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1 SYLLABUS! COURSE INTRODUCTION MGF 1106, Mathematics for Liberal Arts I, is a general education/math course which is not intended to prepare you for Precalculus or Calculus. This course qualifies for both GenEd and Gordon Rule credits. Prerequisites: None Credits: 3 Course Content: Introduction to sets, logic, number theory, algebra, linear programming, probability, and statistics. This is an ONLINE COURSE all content is delivered online. Students view 24 lectures online, complete online homework and quizzes using publishers software MyMathLab. Students are required to post questions or answers on the discussion board every week. Three Unit Exams, a MakeUp, and the Final are administered during the term. The course management system used for this class is Canvas. The course is divided into 24 Modules, which are assembled into 3 units: Unit 1: Module 1 Module 8 Unit 2: Module 9 Module 15 Unit 3: Module 16 Module 24 Final Exam: Module 1 Module 24 CONTACT INFORMATION Canvas: Course Coordinator: Ms. Larie Ward Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. via Conferences in Canvas Office Phone: (912) (will be installed )

2 MGF 1106 Course Calendar 8/24 Monday 8/25 Tuesday Wednesday 8/26 8/27 Thursday Friday 8/28 Classes begin L1 L2 8/31 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/4 L3 L4 1. Intro 2. L1 L3 9/7 9/8 9/9 9/10 9/11 No Class L5 L6 3. L4 L5 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/17 9/18 L6 L7 4. L6 L7 9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24 9/25 L8 **Checkup 1 EXAM 1 (L1 L8) 5. Exam 1, L8 9/28 9/29 9/30 10/1 10/2 L9 L10 6. L9 L10 10/5 10/6 10/7 10/8 10/9 L11 L12 7. L11 L12 10/12 10/13 10/14 10/15 10/16 L13 L14 8. L13 L14 10/19 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/23 L15 Checkup 2 EXAM 2 (L9 L15) 9. L15, Exam 2 10/26 10/27 10/28 10/29 10/30 L16 L L16 L17 11/2 11/3 11/4 11/5 11/6 L18 L L18 L19 11/9 11/10 11/11 11/12 11/13 L20 No Class L L20 L21 11/16 11/17 11/18 11/19 11/20 L22 L L22 L23 11/23 11/24 11/25 11/26 11/27 L24 No Class No Class No Class 11/30 12/01 12/02 12/03 12/04 Checkup 3 EXAM 3 (L16 L24) 13. L24, Exam 3 12/07 12/08 12/09 12/10 12/11 MakeUp Exam Final Exam No Class No Class *L1 L24 mark the due dates for Modules 1 24 **Check-Up Exams are closed at midnight on the day preceding the Exam Discussion Board posts are numbered. They open on Saturdays and close on Fridays.

4 DISCUSSION BOARDS Each week you will be required to post a comment or a specific question you found challenging or interesting from the modules covered that week. The deadlines for the discussion board posts can be found in the Calendar and Due Dates. There is a maximum of 5 points to be earned from the discussion boards each week for a total of 70 points. ASSIGNMENTS How to get started Introduction Assignments: You should log in to Canvas and click on the Start Here page. Begin with viewing the Introduction video and reading the Course Syllabus. You have two assignments to complete in Canvas: an Introduction to Course Discussion Board Post and an Introduction Quiz. The discussion board post is worth 5 points and the introduction quiz is also out of 5 points. Your next step is taking the Syllabus Test in MyMathLab. The syllabus test is out of 7 points. The deadline for all Introduction assignments is Friday, August 26th, as shown in the calendar. After completing the introductory part, you are ready to move to the main content: Module 1 Module 24. Modules in Canvas: The links to Modules are arranged according to units in Canvas. Unit 1 covers Modules 1 8, Unit 2 covers Modules 9 15, and Unit 3 covers Modules On a module page, you will find complete information on the content and things you need to do. The homework, quizzes, and exams are given in MyMathLab. You are supposed to work on each Module in the following way: click on the Pages tab in Canvas, click on the Unit containing the Module you will be working on, and then select the appropriate Module. In Canvas, read the objectives covered, look through To Do List, view the lecture presentation, and read the corresponding sections in the textbook. Then click on the Modules tab in Canvas and select Homework to access MyMathLab, take the WarmUp Quiz on this lecture, complete your homework, and then take the Module Quiz. (To work in the right order in MyMathLab, click on MyMathLab All Assignments and then on Show All to see all open assignments.) WarmUp & Homework in MyMathLab: Each assignment in MyMathLab is numbered according to the Lecture/Module. For example, L2 corresponds to Lecture/Module 2. A WarmUp Quiz tests you on the knowledge of the material from the lecture and the textbook. It means that you should really learn the material. Each WarmUp is out of 2 points and you have 3 attempts to complete it the best attempt counts. A maximum of 48 points can be earned on the WarmUps. The WarmUp is a prerequisite to the corresponding homework. In MyMathLab the prerequisites show up when you point the cursor at the flag next to the assignment on the assignments page. Each Homework assignment consists of a list of problems and is worth 5 points. The credit for a homework assignment will be given according to the percent value of the work completed. The passing score for proceeding to the Module quiz is 80%. NOTE 80% on a homework assignment will not give you the full credit of 5 points for this assignment but only 4 points. To get the full credit, you have to complete 100%. There will be 24 homework assignments offered. Thus, a maximum of 120 points can be earned on the homework. The warmup assignments and homework stay open all semester: you are allowed to work for a credit after the deadline up to December 9th at 11:59 pm, even if they say past due. However, we recommend completing at least 80% of the homework before the due date in order to take a 5-point Module Quiz. A 5-point Module Quiz will be closed for good after the deadline.

6 For each exam, you should have only the following items: a) A pencil or a pen. b) Your UF Gator1 picture ID card or a government issued picture ID c) Blank scratch paper NO CALCULATORS! NO CELL PHONES! NO NOTES! NO BOOKS! Final Exam: On Saturday, December 9th, a comprehensive 75-minute Final Exam will be given. It consists of 25 multiple choice, 4-point questions for a total of 100 possible points. The Final Exam is mandatory. You must register for the exam with ProctorU at least 4 days in advance of the Final Exam. CheckUp Exams: There will be three CheckUp Unit Exams and a CheckUp Final offered online to help you to get ready for the actual exam. Each CheckUp will become available a week prior to the actual exam date and closed at the midnight of the day preceding the exam. The CheckUp Exams are designed to help you to actively review the material. Each CheckUp exam is worth 15 points and can be taken only once. A CheckUp exam contains multiple choice questions for a 120 minute time interval. A maximum of 60 points total can be earned on the CheckUp Exams. We recommend taking a CheckUp earlier to have enough time for the review, which you can access by going to the MyMathLab Gradebook and clicking on Review next to the CheckUp. COURSE GRADE Course Grade: The course grade is based on 750 points accumulated as follows: 1 Introduction 5 points 5 1 MyMathLab Syllabus 7 points 7 24 WarmUp 2 points Online 5 points Online 5 points Discussion Board 5 points 70 3 Unit 80 points points Check-Up 15 points 60 Total Score: 750 points The course grade is the grade satisfying the conditions below and will be strictly adhered to: Passing Grades A 90% 100% A- 86% 89.9% B+ 82% 85.9% B 78% 81.9% B- 74% 77.9% C+ 70% 73.9% C 66% 69.9% Non-passing Grades C- 62% 65.9% D+ 58% 61.9% D 54% 57.9% D- 50% 53.9% below 375 E < 50% Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Option: S at least 66 %: Approval of S/U option must be obtained from Ms. Ward by September 11 th. U less than 66 %: Gordon Rule is not fulfilled with S/U option.

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