Course Description
MATH 103 is a course in College Algebra. It extends topics introduced in the elementary algebra sequence and prepares students for precalculus. Instruction includes units on algebraic simplification of polynomial, rational, exponential, and radical expressions, as well as solving equations and inequalities involving absolute value, polynomial, rational, exponential, and radical expressions, and the graphing of lines and parabolas. The topic of functions is introduced early in the course and is integrated in the subject matter throughout the course. A scientific calculator is required. See detailed objectives.
See also MATH 24 and MATH 25 for more algebra review.
Circulating Books

Shortcut Algebra II  Functions, linear functions, quadratic functions, polynomials, rational expressions, conic sections. Includes a diagnostic pretest, worked examples, and endofchapter quizzes with solutions. 

Algebra II for Dummies  Basic algebra, linear equations, quadratic equations, rational, radical and negative, graphing, functions, quadratic functions, polynomials, rational functions, exponentional and logarithmic functions, conic and systems of equations, complex numbers, matrices, sequence and series, sets. 

Forgotten Algebra  Radicals, polynomials, linear equations, quadratic equations, functions, graphing, and other topics. 
Videos
Khan Academy: Algebra  Blackboardstyle videos with audio narration. 