Lumen OHM College Algebra

Course Description

This College Algebra course develops students’ understanding of complex algebraic principles. Using a variety of curated and outcome-aligned materials including  OpenStax College Algebra, this course augments learning with worked examples in text and video. Each module begins with real-world problems we can solve using concepts explored in that section, to engage students and provide context for how to apply math in everyday life. Topics include a function basics, quadratic and polynomial functions, exponential and logarithmic equations, and more.

Interactive practice problems and online assessments are provided using Lumen Online Homework Manager (OHM), a robust online math homework engine that works inside your LMS. OHM is an extremely affordable OER tool that gives students the rigorous practice they need to master math.

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  • Complete, customizable OER content to replace expensive textbooks in in-person, online and hybrid courses

  • Recommended OER replacement for Cengage/WebAssign and Pearson/MyLab

  • Coverage comparable to Lippman/Rasmussen OER text

  • Engaging simulations and learning activities developed with Desmos to invite hands-on exploration and practice

  • Customizable quizzes, self-checks, assignments, discussion forums, PPTs

  • LMS-integrated course materials with automatic gradebook sync

Course Module List: College Algebra

  • Review of Algebra Essentials
  • Polynomial and Rational Expressions
  • The Rectangular Coordinate System and Equations of Lines
  • Equalities and Inequalities
  • Function Basics
  • Algebraic Operations on Functions
  • Linear and Absolute Value Functions
  • Quadratic Functions
  • Power and Polynomial Functions
  • Rational and Radical Functions
  • Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
  • Exponential and Logarithmic Equations and Models
  • Systems of Equations and Inequalities
  • Solve Systems with Matrices
  • Conic Sections
  • Sequences and Series
  • Probability and Counting Principles
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