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1 Course Syllabus for MAT Algebraic Foundations & Elementary Algebra Reza Dai Math and Technology Spring 2009 GENERAL INFORMATION and CLASS MEETING TIMES College Credits: 4 credits Lecture: Lecture: Monday, Wednesday: 2:30 pm - 4:20 pm; Room DP-2129 Office: Des Plaines Room 2719 Telephone: (847) Instructor s URL: MyMathLab URL: MyMathLab Course ID: dai76457 OFFICE HOURS Day Hours Campus / Room Monday 12:00-12:50, and 4:30-5:20 Des Room 2719 Tuesday 10:00-12:00 On line Wednesday 12:00-12:50, and 4:30-5:20 by appointment Des Room 2719 Thursday 10:00-12:00 On line Friday 12:50-1:50 Des Room 2719 or 1722 Other times available by appointment only PREREQUISITE MAT 045 or an appropriate score on the Mathematics Placement Test. COURSE (CATALOG) DESCRIPTION Course prepares students for an introductory algebra course by covering the fundamental concepts, operations, and applications of arithmetic in basic algebraic contexts, including linear equations and graphing. Arithmetic topics include integers, fractions, decimals, percents, measurement and signed numbers. This is an introduction to sets, signed numbers, equations, exponents, polynomials, factoring and graphing. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Textbook: Custom Published by Prentice Hall, Algebraic Foundations & Elementary Algebra ISBN: Software MyMathlab software which comes either bundled with the text or in a stand-alone version. Supplies: A scientific calculator (TI-83) is highly recommended COURSE OBJECTIVES A. Perform the fundamental operations with integers. B. Perform the fundamental operations with fractions. C. Perform the fundamental operations with decimals and percents. D. Use the techniques of arithmetic to solve application problems. E. Graph and interpret points on a Cartesian coordinate system. F. Calculate measurements of geometric figures. G. Solve simple linear equations using fractions, decimals and integer numbers. H. Apply the properties and perform the fundamental operations with integers and rational numbers. I. Perform the algebraic operations and factoring with polynomials. J. Perform the algebraic operations with rational expressions. K. Solve first degree equations and inequalities in one variable.

2 L. Solve and graph first degree equations in two variables. M. Solve systems of first degree equations in two variables. N. Solve second degree equations in one variable. O. Apply new concepts and techniques learned to solving word problems in each area. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Students, Faculty and administration at Oakton Community College are required to demonstrate academic integrity and follow Oakton s Code of Academic Conduct. This code prohibits: cheating, plagiarism (turning in work not written by you or lacking proper citation), falsification and fabrication (lying or distorting the truth), helping others to cheat, making unauthorized changes in official documents, pretending to be someone else or having someone else to pretend to be you, making or accepting bribes, special favors, or threats, and any other behavior that violates academic integrity. There are serious consequences to violations of the academic integrity policy. Oakton s policies and procedures provide students with a fair hearing if a complaint is made. If you are found to have violated the policy, the minimum penalty is failure on the assignment and a disciplinary record will be established and kept on file in the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs for a period of 3 years. Details of the Code of Academic Conduct can be found in the Student Handbook. OBSERVANCE OF RELIGIOUS HOLIDAYS Oakton Community College recognizes the broad diversity of religious beliefs of its constituencies. The College has embraced a practice of shared responsibility in the event a religious observance interferes with class work or assignments. Students who inform instructors well in advance of an intended absence for a major religious observance will not be penalized. The instructor will make reasonable accommodations for students, which may include providing a make-up test, altering assignment dates, permitting a student to attend another section of the same course for a class period or similar remedies. Instructors are not responsible for teaching material again. DISABILITIES If you have a documented learning, psychological, or physical disability you may be entitled to reasonable academic accommodations or services. To request accommodations or services, contact the ASSIST office ( ) in the Learning Center (Room 2400 Des Plaines). All students are expected to fulfill essential requirements. The college will not waive any essential skill or requirement of a course or a degree program. MAT051 Course Syllabus Page 2 of 6

3 OUTLINE OF TOPICS A. Integers and algebraic expressions 1. Integers on the number line 2. Addition and subtraction of integers 3. Multiplication and division of integers 4. Order of operations 5. Exponential notation 6. Introduction to algebraic expressions 7. Like terms 8. Solving equations using integers B. Fractions 1. Understanding fractions 2. Equivalent fractions 3. Factors, multiples, primes and divisibility rules 4. Multiplying and dividing 5. Adding and subtracting 6. Operations with mixed numbers 7. Comparing and ordering 8. Solving equations using fractions 9. Applications C. Decimals 1. Understanding decimals 2. Place value: reading and writing decimal numerals 3. Comparing and ordering 4. Rounding and estimating 5. Adding and subtracting 6. Multiplying and dividing 7. Conversions: fractions, mixed numerals, decimals 8. Solving equations using decimals 9. Applications D. Ratio and proportion 1. Introduction to ratios 2. Rates and unit prices 3. Proportions 4. Applications E. Percent 1. Understanding percent 2. Conversions: fractions, decimals, percent 3. Solving percent problems using equations 4. Solving percent problems using proportions 5. Applications G. Geometry and measurement 1. Perimeter 2. Area, Volume H. Integers and Rational Numbers 1. Graphical representation 2. Fundamental operations 3. Algebraic expressions 4. Exponential notations 5. Order of operations I. First-Degree Equations and Inequalities in One Variable 1. Solution of equations and inequalities 2. Graphing inequalities 3. Formulas 4. Applications J. Polynomials and Exponents 1. Fundamental operations 2. Factoring K. Rational Expressions and Equations 1. Reducing to lowest terms 2. Fundamental operations 3. Solving equations with monomial denominators 4. Solving proportions 5. Applications L. First-Degree Equations and inequalities in two variables. 1. Solutions of equations 2. Slope of a line 3. Graphing 4. Graphical solution of systems 5. Algebraic solution of systems 6. Applications M. Quadratic Equations 1. Solutions by factoring 2. Solutions by square roots of perfect squares 3. Applications F. Introduction to graphing 1. Tables and pictographs 2. Bar graphs and line graphs 3. Ordered pairs and linear equations in two variables MAT051 Course Syllabus Page 3 of 6

4 TENTATIVE COURSE SCHEDULE The following is intended to be an accurate outline of the course, but the instructor reserves the right to make modifications dependent upon pace and progress, and potential class cancellations, e.g. snow days Date Class Material Assignments / Notes Wed Jan 21 Chapter 2: Introduction to Solving Equations Mon Jan 26 Chapter 2 Wed Jan 28 Chapter 3: Solving Equations and Problem Solving Quiz 2 Mon Feb 02 Chapter 3 Wed Feb 04 Chapter 4: Fractions and Mixed Numbers Quiz 3 Mon Feb 09 Chapter 4 Wed Feb 11 Exam 1 Covers Chapters 2, 3, and 4 Mon Feb 16 College closed Presidents Day holiday Wed Feb 18 Chapter 5: Decimals Mon Feb 23 Chapter 5 Wed Feb 25 Chapter 6: Percent Quiz 5 Mon Mar 02 Chapter 6 Wed Mar 04 Chapter 9: Equations, Inequalities and Problem Solving Quiz 6 Mon Mar 09 Chapter 9 Wed Mar 11 Exam 2 Covers Chapters 5, 6, and 9 Mon Mar 16 College closed Spring Recess Wed Mar 18 College closed Spring Recess Mon Mar 23 Chapter 10: Exponents and Polynomials Wed Mar 25 Chapter 10 Mon Mar 30 Chapter 11: Factoring Polynomials Quiz 10 Wed Apr 01 Chapter 11 Mon Apr 06 Chapter 12: Rational Expressions Quiz 11 Wed Apr 08 Chapter 12 Mon Apr 13 Review Quiz 12 Wed Apr 15 Exam 3 Covers Chapter 10, 11, and 12 Mon Apr 20 Chapter 13: Graphing Equations and Inequalities Wed Apr 22 Chapter 13 Mon Apr 27 Chapter 14: Systems of Equations Quiz 13 Wed Apr 29 Mon May 04 Chapter 16: Quadratic Equations Chapter 14 Wed May 06 Chapter 16 Mon May 11 Quiz 14, and 16 Wed May 13 Review Mon May 18 Cumulative Final Exam Covers 2-6, 9-14, 16 Wed May 20 MAT051 Course Syllabus Page 4 of 6

5 METHODS OF INSTRUCTION Methods of instruction can include lecture, discussion, problem solving (alone and in groups), weekly homework, and quizzes. Calculators will be used for solving some problems when appropriate. COURSE PRACTICES REQUIRED Your regular attendance is expected and will be important to your success in this class. If it is necessary for you to miss class, you are still responsible for the material missed. You may find it beneficial to exchange phone numbers with a 'study buddy'. Office hours will not be used to replace regular class attendance. Every student is expected to participate in class during group work and lecture. Come prepared for class. This includes: o Study the appropriate section(s) in the textbook. o Review the lecture notes. It is highly recommended that you review each lecture on the day it was presented. o Do all assigned homework. o Prepare for the next class by reading section(s) to be covered at the next class session. Ask for clarification if you don't understand something. If you don't feel comfortable asking questions in class, please ask them via or during office hours. The tutoring center (room 2400 DP) is another excellent resource for answers. Assignments, Quizzes and Exams All homework and quizzes will be done using MyMathLab computer software which accompanies the text. The course website may be accessed either from a home computer or from any computer on campus. Some class time will be devoted to homework lab sessions; however, it will be necessary to do most of the homework either at home or at school outside of class time. Homework for material covered for a particular test must be completed by the test date to receive credit. MyMathLab can be accessed through your instructor s CourseCompass course. To register and enroll in your instructor's CourseCompass course: o o Go to and click the Register button in the Students area. Follow the on-screen instructions to register and enroll, or click Student Registration Instructions for a copy of step-by-step instructions. You will need your own calculator for use on quizzes and exams. Calculators may not be shared and you are not permitted to use more than one calculator on an exam or quiz. Cellular phones and the like may not be used as a calculator in class. Quizzes cannot be made up, but the lowest quiz score will be dropped. If it is necessary for you to miss a quiz, a zero will be assigned. Missing more than one quiz will result in zeros being averaged into your grade. There will be three exams and a comprehensive final exam. As a rule, make-up exams are not put in the testing center. The instructor will only put one make-up exam per student in the testing center per semester and the exam will only be placed in the testing center by the instructor per student request and only on the condition that a serious, unavoidable reason is provided in writing as to why the student is/was not able to take the exam at the arranged time in class. It is generally the case that makeup exams are more difficult than the exam given during the usual meeting time. All make-up exams MUST be taken BEFORE the exam is reviewed the next period. MAT051 Course Syllabus Page 5 of 6

6 METHODS OF EVALUATING STUDENT PROGRESS 3 Exams: The structure of each exam will be explained prior to each exam. 45% Assignments: Examples include computer assignments, in-class work, and quizzes. In-class activities cannot be made up, but the lowest grade will be dropped. 35% Final Exam: The final exam is comprehensive, but the emphasis would be on the material covered after the third exam. 20% TOTAL POINTS: 100% GRADE DISTRIBUTION: Grade Scale Pass 70% or better Fail Less than 70% ADDITIONAL OAKTON INFORMATION Please note the following dates: January 20 Spring 2009 Semester Classes begin January 24 noon Last day to submit proof of residency, business service agreements and chargebacks/joint agreements February 15 Last day to withdraw from 16 week courses and have course dropped from record* February 15 Last day to change to Audit for 16 week courses* February 16 Presidents Day holiday, College closed February 22 Incomplete (I) grades from Fall 2008 semester for which faculty have not submitted final grades will become an "F" after this date. ** March 7 noon Last day for filing Graduation Petitions March 15 Last day to withdraw with a W from 16 week courses* Students will receive a grade in all courses in which they are enrolled after March 15. March Spring Recess March 23 Classes resume after Spring Recess March 30 Registration opens for Summer 2009 Sessions April 13 Registration opens for Fall 2009 Semester May 15 & 18 Evaluation Days*** May 18 Last day of student attendance May 19 Grading Day**** May 19 Summer 2009 Summer Interim Term Classes begin * May 20 noon Grades due May 20 Commencement May 25 Memorial Day holiday observance, College closed * Consult Registration & Records for deadlines on classes meeting less than 16 weeks. ** Students must make arrangements with individual faculty members regarding deadlines to submit required work for Incomplete (I) grades. *** Two days to be used for instruction or final student evaluations or culminating course activities. Classes not scheduled to meet on these days and classes which do not meet for the duration of a semester will ordinarily use the last class session(s) for instruction or final student evaluations or culminating course activities. **** Faculty on campus and available to students at designated times. Academic Calendar is available online at: MAT051 Course Syllabus Page 6 of 6

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