David Sobecki and Brian Mercer
ALEKS 360 Online Access for Pathways to Math Literacy (18 weeks)
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# ALEKS 360 Online Access for Pathways to Math Literacy (18 weeks)

2^{nd} Edition

By David Sobecki and Brian Mercer

Copyright: 2019

Copyright: 2019

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ISBN10: 1260189279 | ISBN13: 9781260189278

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## Objective 1: Analyze personal time management for a week of activities.

Objective 2: Solve problems involving percentages.## Objective 3: Create and interpret pie charts.

Objective 4: Create and interpret bar graphs.

## Objective 1: Identify circumstances where addition or subtraction is possible.

## Objective 2: Add or subtract quantities.

## Objective 1: Interpret multiplication as repeated addition.

## Objective 2: Multiply or divide quantities.

## Objective 1: Distinguish between simple interest and compound interest.

## Objective 2: Distinguish between linear and exponential growth.

Objective 3: Interpret exponents as repeated multiplication.Objective 4: Simplify numeric expressions involving exponents and the order of operations.

## Objective 1: Use a rectangular coordinate system.

## Objective 2: Connect data to graphs.

## Objective 3: Interpret graphs.

## Objective 1: Compute and interpret basic probabilities.

## Objective 2: Translate a probability to a percent chance.

## Objective 3: Recognize the difference between theoretical and empirical probability.

## Objective 1: Convert numbers between decimal and scientific notation.

## Objective 2: Describe the significance of writing numbers in scientific notation.

## Objective 1: Analyze how your personality type affects how you interact with others.

## Objective 2: Create and interpret Venn diagrams.

## Objective 3: Describe sets using appropriate terminology.

## Objective 1: Explain the difference between a population and a sample.

## Objective 2: Organize data with frequency distributions and histograms.

## Objective 3: Analyze data with stem and leaf plots.

## Objective 1: Consider strategies for preparing for and taking math tests.

## Objective 2: Understand the impact of a single question, or a single exam.

## Objective 3: Calculate, interpret, and compare measures of average.

## Objective 1: Distinguish between inputs (independent variables) and outputs (dependent variables).

## Objective 2: Evaluate expressions and formulas.

## Objective 3: Write and interpret expressions.

## Objective 1: Determine units for area and volume calculations.

## Objective 2: Use formulas to calculate areas and volumes.

## Objective 3: Discuss important skills for college students to have.

Objective 4: Simplify expressions.

## Objective 1: Convert units using dimensional analysis.

## Objective 2: Convert units within the metric system.

## Objective 3: Convert rates of change.

Objective 4: Convert temperatures.

## Objective 1: Analyze personal time management for a week of activities.

Objective 2: Solve problems involving percentages.## Objective 3: Create and interpret pie charts.

Objective 4: Create and interpret bar graphs.

## Objective 1: Identify circumstances where addition or subtraction is possible.

## Objective 2: Add or subtract quantities.

## Objective 1: Interpret multiplication as repeated addition.

## Objective 2: Multiply or divide quantities.

## Objective 1: Distinguish between simple interest and compound interest.

## Objective 2: Distinguish between linear and exponential growth.

Objective 3: Interpret exponents as repeated multiplication.Objective 4: Simplify numeric expressions involving exponents and the order of operations.

## Objective 1: Use a rectangular coordinate system.

## Objective 2: Connect data to graphs.

## Objective 3: Interpret graphs.

## Objective 1: Compute and interpret basic probabilities.

## Objective 2: Translate a probability to a percent chance.

## Objective 3: Recognize the difference between theoretical and empirical probability.

## Objective 1: Convert numbers between decimal and scientific notation.

## Objective 2: Describe the significance of writing numbers in scientific notation.

## Objective 1: Analyze how your personality type affects how you interact with others.

## Objective 2: Create and interpret Venn diagrams.

## Objective 3: Describe sets using appropriate terminology.

## Objective 1: Explain the difference between a population and a sample.

## Objective 2: Organize data with frequency distributions and histograms.

## Objective 3: Analyze data with stem and leaf plots.

## Objective 1: Consider strategies for preparing for and taking math tests.

## Objective 2: Understand the impact of a single question, or a single exam.

## Objective 3: Calculate, interpret, and compare measures of average.

## Objective 1: Distinguish between inputs (independent variables) and outputs (dependent variables).

## Objective 2: Evaluate expressions and formulas.

## Objective 3: Write and interpret expressions.

## Objective 1: Determine units for area and volume calculations.

## Objective 2: Use formulas to calculate areas and volumes.

## Objective 3: Discuss important skills for college students to have.

Objective 4: Simplify expressions.

## Objective 1: Convert units using dimensional analysis.

## Objective 2: Convert units within the metric system.

## Objective 3: Convert rates of change.

Objective 4: Convert temperatures.

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