11:00 - 12:20 TR
Prerequisite: Math 1003 with a grade of C or better, math THEA score of 270, math Accuplacer score of 90, or satisfactory score on placement exam.
Equations, inequalities, rational expressions, exponents, logarithms, radicals, functions, graphs, and systems of equations.
Attendance: Class attendance is important for successful completion of the course. Students are expected to arrive on time and remain in class until dismissed. Students may be dropped for excessive absences (more than 5) unless there are extenuating circumstances.
Graphing Calculator: A graphing calculator is required for this course.
ONLINE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS (MML):MyMathLab is a required portion of this course.This program is installed on the computers in the Bolin 103, Bolin 109, Clark Student Center, Library, Dillard, and Bea Wood computer labs. You may also choose to use your personal computer; however, you will need to download necessary plug-ins. An online homework assignment has been created for each textbook section covered in class. Online homework problems may be printed, and the answers entered at a later time. Your lowest four homework scores will be dropped and the remaining scores will be averaged to determine your homework grade for the course. The assigned problems represent a minimum number of problems to be worked. You are strongly encouraged to work additional problems.
GRADES: Grades will be computed in the following manner:
Online Homework (MML) - 100 Points (Maximum)
4 Tests (100 Points each) - 400 Points (Maximum)
1 Final Exam (150 Points) - 150 Points (Maximum)
A: 90% - 100%
B: 80% - 89%
C: 70% - 79%
D: 60% - 69%
F: Below 60%
Exams & Final Exam: If you must miss an exam, please notify your instructor as soon as possible and arrange to take the test in advance. Make-up tests will be given prior to the return of that test if possible; otherwise, a grade of “0” will be recorded. The final exam (scaled appropriately) can be used to replace the lowest test grade.