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Topic: embedded remedial courses in Mathematics
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Wayne Bishop

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Re: embedded remedial courses in Mathematics
Posted: Oct 18, 2012 1:19 AM
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And Calculus over R^n, algebraic geometry, and a few other things
besides? Sure, we offer one; doesn't everybody?

Wayne

At 07:16 PM 10/17/2012, Martin Weissman wrote:
>Does anyone know of colleges that offer embeddedremedial Mathematics course=
>s. That would be onecourse that covers a regular college level course(inter=
>mediate Algebra) and a developmental course (Introductory Algebra) at the s=
>ame time?
>
>Thank You!
>
>Professor Martin Weissman




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