## Learn to Reason in a Real-world Context via our Online Algebra Course

The online algebra course is designed to equip you with a side variety of algebraic problem-solving skills that will assist you in finding solutions to most problems. This Certificate in Introduction to Algebra Online Course takes a unique and stimulating approach to teaching algebra. The course incorporates many other study areas to demonstrate how algebra can be applied to all elements of our daily lives. The course content uses algebra in relation to historical biological, geographical, business and government contexts.

The algebra training online available in this course will help you to develop a thorough understanding of algebra fundamentals. You will find learning algebra easy in the relaxed supportive learning environment of your online algebra class. After completing this program with CoursesForSuccess.com you will understand some of the most essential algebraic concepts. These concepts include:

- Orders of operation
- Scientific notation
- Rational number applications
- Units of measurement
- Inequalities with 1 variable

**Online Algebra Course Fast Facts:**

- 6 week required to complete this algebra online course
- Approximately 4 hours weekly study is necessary
- The algebra online class modules are delivered completely online
- Algebra course material is accessible 24/7 using any computer, tablet or smart device
- Instructors lead each Algebra online course. Interaction and questions are encouraged
- Study Algebra from your home workplace
- Learn at your own comfortable pace and at a time convenient to you
- Course material can be downloaded in print or electronic format
- A certificate of completion is awarded to successful course participants

**How to study Algebra online course**

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New Algebra courses commence on a monthly basis. To help us maintain the correct student/tutor ratio please nominate your start date when registering for the course.

This Online Algebra Course has been written in a straightforward and easy to understand manner.

**Recognition & Accreditation**

All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

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### There are 12 units of study

**Algebra: Here to Make Life Simpler**

Today we'll begin to explore *Al-jabru,* Arabic for algebra, which means the science of restoration and canceling. We'll go in search of algebraic solutions. On our quest, you'll learn definitions, numeric properties, and basic operations that originated from the ancient lands where papyrus was used instead of paper.

**How Do You Measure Up?**

How do calories contribute to weight gain? How can you make a dense cake? You'll answer these and other questions in today's lesson. You'll learn the different physical quantities, their units of measurement, and why they're important. I'll show you the dimensions of length, area, and volume and how to convert their units of measurement. You'll also learn the difference between mass and weight, and density and weight density.

**Evaluation Time Again**

Today we'll talk about evaluation, but not the type of evaluation your boss or your teacher may give you … well, at least not until your final exam. In this lesson, we'll evaluate algebraic expressions by using the order of operations and the distributive property. You'll also learn translation as we translate word problems into numerical ones.

**Formula: Another Name for Equation**

In this lesson, you'll learn formulas for basic shapes: squares and rectangles, triangles, circles, spheres, cylinders, and cubes. You may be thinking, "This is a geometry course, too?" In a way you're correct—some aspects of geometry involve formulas, which people use in everyday life. And where there are formulas, algebra can't far behind.

**Balancing Acts: Equations**

Today you'll learn how to balance equations while learning even more formulas, such as those used to calculate interest, distance, and temperature. We'll talk about how to translate these types of verbal equations into numerical ones. So this is your chance to hone reading comprehension skills, too!

**Investments, Mixtures, and Percentage Changes**

In this lesson, we'll calculate problems involving percentages, such as how much to invest at different interest rates to obtain optimum interest, and you'll learn how to determine a specific quantity of a component of a mixture or solution given specific concentrations. I'll also show you how to buy wisely by teaching you how to calculate percent increase and decrease, sales tax, and discounts

**Equate It in Words**

The more you practice, the better you'll be able to speak the language: the math language. Practice makes perfect! So in this lesson, you'll calculate populations, averages, lengths, and widths. You'll also learn how to calculate consecutive integers, including consecutive odd and even integers.

**Proportions and Variations**

In today's lesson, you'll learn ratios and how to apply them to probability and odds. You'll learn how to solve proportions involving wildlife census taking, measurement of scales, and calculation of gas mileage. You'll also find out how quantities vary in equations, whether directly or indirectly, and how to apply these variations to scientific laws and equations involving weight, area, and equations of lines. Let's get moving and try not to break any laws—scientific laws, that is!

**Uniform Linear Motion**

In this lesson, you'll engage in outdoor activities such as jogging, boating, and traveling in order to solve equations of uniform linear motion. We'll talk about how to calculate distance, rate (speed), and time while going in the same direction, opposite directions, and with wind and water current.

**Solving Rational Equations**

Today, you'll learn how to use the formula that employs the same concept as the uniform linear motion equation. It is the job formula (or equation) and it involves rational equations. You'll calculate how long it takes to finish the job, how much of the job is done, and at what rate the job is done, depending on the number of people doing the job.

**Algebraic Rational Equations**

Discover some of the natural laws that govern our universe and delve into other physics concepts such as resistance, conductance, focal length, and forces while you learn some history of D-Day.

**Potpourri of Algebraic Equations**

Potpourri, anyone? Test various problem-solving skills while you meet General Sherman and experience the gloominess of the Great Depression. I told you it was potpourri.

**Entry requirements**

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

**Minimum education**

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

**Computer requirements**

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

**Minimum specifications for the computer are:**

**Windows:**

- Microsoft Windows XP,
**or later**

- Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

**MAC/iOS**

- OSX/iOS 6 or later
- Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

**All systems**

- Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
- Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

**Students will also need access the following applications:**

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A dedicated professional instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions.

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