|12:40 - 1:40||Math Lab
|Other office hours by arrangement.
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Homework: Homework is assigned for all sections that we will cover and will be due two class
days after it is assigned. I will answer questions abut any assignment the day after it has been
assigned but not on the day it is due. No late homework will be accepted for any reason. I
strongly encourage you to work together on homework. Homework assignments can be found
inside of MyMathLab.
Quizzes: Quizzes will be given most class days. There will be no make-ups for missed in-class
assignments or quizzes. You can expect the quizzes to be similar to the homework.
Exams: We will have 3 or 4 in class exams. Exam dates will be announced about one week in
advance. Make-ups for exams are strongly discouraged. If you know that it is absolutely
impossible for you to make it to class on an exam day, a make-up exam must be done prior to
the exam date. Once the class has taken the exam, NO make-ups will be given for any reason.
Final: The final exam is cumulative and scheduled for Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 12:00 - 2:00.
Calculator: Everyone is required to have a scientific calculator and it is suggested that you have a
Graphing/Programmable calculator. I will be using the TI line of calculators in class (TI-84/89).
It should be noted that there will be some quizzes and exams where calculators will not be allowed.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course the student will:
1. Manipulate algebraic and transcendental functions at the mastery level.
2. Solve equations algebraic and transcendental functions, and systems of equations at the mastery level.
3. Use a;algebraic and and transcendental functions for mathematical applications at the intermediate level.
4. Analyze the qualitative behavior of the graphs of algebraic and transcendental functions at the intermediate level.
5. Use technology to graph algebraic and transcendental functions at the intermediate level.