The City College of New YorkCCNY
Department of Mathematics
Division of Science

Math 19000: College Algebra and Trigonometry

Supervisor: David John

Introduction to algebraic expressions and equations, rational expressions, exponents, functions and their graphs, and right triangle trig. Prereq.: placement at college entry or by subsequent examination. 4 hr./wk.; 3 credits.


Welcome to College Algebra!

In this course, we will thoroughly prepare you for the challenges of MATH195 - Precalculus. You will engage in comprehensive practice manipulating expressions, equations, and inequalities. These essential techniques and skills will form the foundation of algebraic methods that you will rely on throughout your future mathematics courses. We aim to ensure you have a solid understanding and proficiency in these fundamental areas, setting you up for success in more advanced mathematical studies.


Text and Materials

  1. Intermediate Algebra, 2nd Edition


Course Grades

Your course grade will be weighted and calculated as follows:

Assessments Weight
Exams 40%
Final Exam 40%
Quizzes 12%
HW 8%

The lowest exam score will be dropped.

How to Succeed in this class

How to Succeed in this class



For Summer 2024, the following sections are being offered:

LetterInstructorTime & Place
1XBChun Sae ParkMoTuWeTh 10:30AM-12:10PM in NAC 6/115
1XDRomeroMoTuWeTh 3:20PM-5:00PM in NAC 5/108
1XWModou DieneMoTuWeTh 6:00PM-7:40PM in NAC 4/113
2BBAdam MarrMoTuWeTh 9:15AM-12:57PM in NAC 7/305
2BB2Adam MarrMoTuWeTh 9:15AM-12:57PM in NAC 6/114
3AATo be AnnouncedMoTuWeTh 10:30AM-12:30PM in NAC 4/113; MoTuWeTh 12:50PM-3:00PM in NAC 4/113
3AA3To be AnnouncedMoTuWeTh 10:30AM-12:30PM in NAC 6/113; MoTuWeTh 12:50PM-3:00PM in NAC 6/113

Historical offerings

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