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- About College Algebra
- Subject Syllabus
Students who score high in their university placement tests or who have met the course enrollment requirements are offered College Algebra course. This course lays the groundwork for future advanced mathematics, science, engineering, and computer programming courses. Math courses build on each other like layers and require solid foundations to be able to move ahead in one’s education. The material covered in the course may vary based on the institution in which the course is offered as well as the discretion of any given Instructor. Students are encouraged to inform our tutors on any variance or specificity in the course which they have enrolled in. College Algebra can be seen as an accelerated review of 2 years’ worth of high school math covered over the course of a semester.
How FPLA administers the course: personalized for YOU.
FPLA offers a customized one-on-one tutoring program that allows students to focus on their areas of weakness and to develop their skills. Students may feel like their lectures pass them by and fly right over their heads. One-on-One tutoring allows us to meet a student’s needs on the individual level and to find the reasons why certain concepts may not be clicking with them. We will follow up with students and contact them in regards to their performance. We will also receive feedback from students and consider how we can improve the experience for them as well as anyone else at Full Potential. After the initial assessment, you can expect your tutor to review the exam you previously took on your previous practice test. Besides this, we our tutors constantly receive feedback from students and take note of what students need to cover on the course, based on what their course syllabus requires. We also focus on how to help you based on your personal weaknesses and needs. Your feedback can only improve your experience here at Full Potential Learning Academy. Our goal is to offer an enjoyable and fruitful experience that will give you the most out of our services.
If there is any specific need that we need to take into account or any issues with the session, you may also contact our office of admission at 1-833-Pro-TUTR.
Below you will find a tentative syllabus for a College Algebra course we can offer if you need to learn the material for a placement exam, or an exam taken for credit.
FPLA College Algebra
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This course is a college level class covering College Algebra. This is a pre-requisite for taking more advanced courses such as Pre-Calculus Algebra and Trigonometry. Mastering various topics covered in College Algebra, expertise in application and earning a letter grade A in College Algebra course are essential to succeed. A passing grade i.e. letter grade greater than B is essential to successfully enroll in higher level mathematics and science courses, since mathematics is a cumulative topic.
Assignments and Grading: This course will have assignments for homework that may be graded at the instructor’s discretion. These activities will give students a sense for their mastery of the material.
Attendance: We have a general attendance policy. If a class is missed without alerting our admissions office, a cancellation fee will be charged. If you anticipate an absence, please alert our office 24 hours in advance to request a reschedule or cancellation without charge. Email the class cancellation notice to email@example.com . You may also call or text 305-826-1896.
Classroom Etiquette: Please be in the virtual classroom on time and pay attention to the instructor. Feel free to interact with the tutor and ask any questions that may come up. If the instructor has not shown up on time, immediately contact our office at 305-826-1896. The following course structure is an example of what you can expect to find in the typical College Algebra course. It also functions as a tentative layout as a prep course for a college credit qualification that requires you to meet College Algebra standards.
Our tutoring program is typically on a block scheduled. We are willing to take into account any accommodations necessary. We are open Monday-Saturday, and with our online tutoring we are available from 8:00 AM till 9:00 PM EST. Enquire within for tutoring beyond our traditional hours of operation.
Our on-site tutoring hours are from 2:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m, but our online tutoring schedule is available outside of these times. You can also contact us in advance via phone or text message (305-826-1896; 833-776-8887), email, to make any changes to your schedule. Please let us know any changes in your schedule 24 hours or more in advance. While we normally offer course assistance for College Algebra, we can also offer.
Below, you will find a tentative schedule for a College Algebra we can offer for College credit exam preparation. It also functions as an example for what you may expect to cover in a given College Algebra course. Note that the course at your institution may not cover all of the topics displayed below.
Real Numbers Exponents and Radicals
Polynomials and Factoring Polynomials.
Rectangular Coordinate system, Graphing linear equations.
Applying graphs, Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations,
Inequalities and Absolute value inequalities.
Rates of Change, End Behavior
Absolute Value Functions, Inverse functions
Linear Functions, Applications of Linear Functions, and Modeling with Linear Functions
Quadratic Functions Power Functions and Polynomial Functions, Graphs of Polynomial Functions
Zeroes of Polynomials
Rational Functions, inverses and Radical Functions,
Modeling Using Variation;
Exponential Functions, Graphs of Exponential Functions
Logarithmic Functions and their Graphs
Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
Exponential and Logarithmic Models
Fitting Exponential Models to Data
Systems of Linear Equations with 2 Variables
Systems of Linear Equations with 3 Variables
Systems of nonlinear equations and inequalities with 2 variables
Matrices and Matrix Operations
Solving Systems with Inverses
Solving systems with Cramer’s Rule
Rotation of Axis
Sequences and their Notations
Series and Their Notations
Series and their Notation
Below are some of the topics covered in this course.
Integer Theory Foundation
This class typically begins with covering basic number theory, working with positive and negative numbers. Operations such as rational exponents, roots of integers, and factoring are covered to prepare students before starting with variables. Real and imaginary numbers will also typically be taught in this part of the class.
- Examples of concepts covered include:
- Simplifying roots using factor trees
- Factoring Polynomials and Trinomials into Binomials
- Understanding arithmetic operations in relation to the number line.
Courses will move on to cover variables and solving single variable equations algebraically, and graphing. These concepts are combined in solving linear equations and inequalities graphically. This also introduces students to answering in interval notation.
Familiarity with graphing will facilitate understanding of functions. Functions will include evaluating the numerical values of a function and plotting a function on a graph, and modifying graphs using transformations. The skills learned in single variable equations are fundamental to doing well in the rest of the course and any future math course that you may take. Single variable equations are found throughout science, math, engineering, and life in general.
Examples of what we cover include:
- Understanding what equality means, and why operations we perform preserve equality.
- Understanding why we use opposite operations to isolate variables
- Why isolating variables will solve the equation
Functions and their Graphs
Functions begin with simple linear functions, but students will advance within the course to more complex functions such as quadratic functions. Quadratic functions are graphed and have their y-intercepts calculated using various strategies such as factoring and using the quadratic formula. Understanding graphing and being able to imagine a rough idea of what a given function will look like on a graph will facilitate a student’s success in math courses.
Examples of how to understand this lesson includes:
- Visualizing functions and recognizing parent functions
- How we can manipulate different functions.
- Graphing the functions using key points on the graphs.
- Being able to imagine what a linear function will look like on a graph.
Functions with Limited Domains
Students will be required to find the domain and range of rational function and graph them. Students will also perform operations with polynomial functions such as division and multiplication, and students will learn how to find the inverse of a given function. This section will expound on the interval notation that was previously taught with linear equations and inequalities, while considering any undefined values.
Graphing concepts then move on to exponential and logarithmic functions and using them to solve practical problems such as in calculating interest. End behavior and limits of graphs are of particular importance in Pre-Calculus Algebra and Calculus courses.
Examples of what our tutors will teach you:
- Identify when you have to worry about a limited domain
- Take note of how functions behave as they approach the undefined point (this will be important in future math courses)
- Distinguishing answers in ordered pairs from interval notation.
Solving Systems of Equations Graphically and Algebraically
Solving for variables advances to solving for problems that have 2 and eventually 3 variables using elimination and substitution. Students will need to be able to find the solutions of 2 variable systems of equations graphically, as well as identifying the relationship of the two linear equations.
Examples of what will be covered
- Learning elimination and substitution
- Identifying when a problem will be easier to solve using elimination or substitution
- Being able to identify whether there is a solution just by looking at the equation.
Late course content
The various conic sections of exponential multivariable equations may additionally be covered, in which various curves and their graphs are identified: ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas. Rotation of conic sections may also be covered in your course. These sections may or may not be included in your course depending on the institution or instructor. Conic sections are also taught in Pre-Calculus Algebra.
We offer tutoring in a variety of subjects from elementary school to college level courses. Please call us to inquire about our tutors and their availability. We would be happy to find a time that works for both you and a member of our qualified tutoring team.
Dedicated Private College Algebra Tutoring Online
Our one-on-one tutoring program is also offered using our robust and proprietary online platform. With our online platform, you won’t miss a beat with the course. It’s still one-on-one and it’s still tailored to your needs with your preferred tutor. Online tutoring will allow you to receive quality tutoring from the comfort of your own home, saving you a trip to our tutoring center. Whether you have a busy schedule, are too far away, simply just want to stay home, or wherever you are, our online tutoring program is just one of the ways that we work to help you reach your full potential.
Proven College Algebra Help For All Levels
You don’t have to take our word for it. Hundreds of satisfied clients have been able to succeed in algebra from middle-school to college level. Whether it is to raise your grade for the semester, or to prepare for the big test, we are here to help you every step of the way. Our algebra tutoring is offered by qualified tutors who have met out rigorous requirements. We take your feedback into account and do everything in our power to make your experience with us one that will allow you to excel, whatever your goal may be.
How do you pass online college algebra?
Online math classes may make you feel even more distant to your professor than an in-person course. Our one-on-one tutoring program can help you with your individual needs and requests. Math classes are all about practice. This is the key to do well in any math class. Our tutors are here to guide you through the methodology of solving a given math problem, but the main key is to dedicate time to practicing algebra problems. Think of our tutors as a resource who can provide practice and knowledge on HOW to solve a problem.
How does online college algebra tutoring work?
We use our own state of the art live interactive virtual classroom. You can join our instructor lead live virtual classroom directly from the customized learning portal aka FPLA-Portal. Alternately, you can join the class the using the email link you will receive 15 min prior to the session start time. To make all these magic happen, you must register and create and account with us at https://member.fullpotentialtutor.com/member/signup
Once we receive your registration, we will set up a FREE demo session. A typical demo session last about 30 minutes, during which you will learn various cool, user friendly, state of the art tools that facilitates live interaction between the tutor and the student. The virtual classroom is equipped with an interactive whiteboard, audio, video, and chat features. The student and the tutor can upload documents, share videos, share each other computer screens and more. These high-tech features enable high level of interactions that is not normally feasible in a brick-and-mortar classroom.
After registering with us you are encouraged to contact us at 1-833-PRO-TUTR to discuss your availability as well as to tell us about your personal expectations from our tutoring. Our online tutoring session are typically 1 hour long, twice a week. We are willing to make any accommodations to the schedule that you may request.
As explained earlier, our online tutoring is held using our very own proprietary, state-of-the-art tutoring platform. Our online platform is very flexible and simulates a classroom experience, which allows students and tutors to share documents, work together on problems, and communicate in real time using video and voice mode. The powerful tools offered are unparalleled and you won’t miss a beat taking online courses in the place of in person tutoring.
Online courses are held in 1 hour sessions (in contrast to in person sessions which are 45 minutes) Students are offered a free online demo session to familiarize them with the workings of our online platform and all of the tools available to them. The various functions which our online platform offers are at our disposal to help you learn effectively.
How effective is online tutoring?
Our online tutoring is just as effective as in-person tutoring. It’s still one-on-one and it’s still live with one of our qualified tutors. With our online program, students have been able to excel and reach their goals.
Is there any free online tutoring?
Free resources exist online, and feel free to use these to further help you in your education, but our tutoring provides an experience that you cannot find for free. Our tutoring program is customized and individualized for you. Tutors teach students in real time and work together in solving problems. Our in person and online tutoring are both equally engaging ways to help facilitate your learning.
How much does a college algebra tutoring session cost?
You can find many tutoring services online of varying price and quality. Our regular tutoring costs are $45 per 45 minutes in person and $45 per hour online.
Billing statements will be sent biweekly. Classes can be purchased in packages of hours in bulk.
If you purchase 10 hours of course assistance tutoring at once, we will give the 11th hour for free. We also run several promotions. Call 305-826-1896 to discuss your tutoring needs with one of our friendly, knowledgeable and helpful admission counselors.
Certain program, in addition, are sold in predetermined hour packages. These programs are typically for our standardized test preparation programs. For more information about standardized test prep program packages https://www.fullpotentialtutor.com/, visit our program pages on our website or contact us 833-PRO-TUTR (833-776-8887). In addition to the hourly rate, there will be a one time registration fee to enroll.
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Are college algebra tutors worth it?
Our tutors will offer you the help you need to succeed in your class. Try out our services for a few sessions and find out for yourself whether our tutoring services are right for you. We have had many satisfied customers in our over twenty year history. Whether it be for course assistance or test preparation, we have been able to help students reach their full potential with our one-on-one tutoring services. 1-on-1 tutoring allows tutors to meet the needs of students, and to meet them at their level. By working together, tutors can help students get their skills where they need to be, or simply get a head start for an upcoming course. Don’t just take our word for it. You can read more about our successes as a tutoring center here https://www.fullpotentialtutor.com/success-stories/.
Where do I start?
You can begin by calling/texting us at 1-833-PRO-TUTR (833-776-8887), visiting our tutoring center, visiting us online at fullpotentialtutor.com, or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org We are looking forward to your visit or call and want to help you on every step of your educational journey. You can text us as well. If you happen to call outside our regular working hours, please leave us a voicemail and we will promptly return your call as soon as we can. Normally, you can expect a call within 24 working hours.
How to Get Started?
After reaching out to us, you can tell us about your educational goals and background and let us know about the subject in which you need tutoring. Let us know about any special requests that you will need. You can also inquire about specific aspects in our tutoring services.
Students who are signing up for our online services will need to create an account with us at https://member.fullpotentialtutor.com/member/signup
After creating your account, let us know when you will be available for a 30 minute demo session. A free demo session will be offered to students to familiarize them with our online platform and the tools they will have at their disposal. After the demo, you can contact our director of admissions at 1-833-PRO-TUTR, to pay the registration fee and set up your schedule for the tutoring sessions. Session will be held twice a week, for an hour each session. You can also opt to customize your tutoring hours.
- Personalized assessments
We may deem it necessary to administer an assessment to evaluate your proficiency in a given subject. We administer these tests to help us determine where to start, and where to give any special attention. We will focus on your areas of weakness, while not neglecting the stronger areas. We will focus on what students need to do well in their courses and what they will be tested on.
- Watch a sample college algebra session
If you would like to see a typical College Algebra session, follow this link to watch a recorded College Algebra Session. This can familiarize you with how our sessions are held and what you can expect from our online program.