Instructor: Matthew Wickes Kilgore Office: ES 310


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1 MATH 1314 College Algebra Syllabus Instructor: Matthew Wickes Kilgore Office: ES 310 Longview Office: LN 205C Phone: Prerequistes: Placement test score on TSI or MATH Text: College Algebra Graphs and Models. 6 h ed. By Bittinger, Beecher, Ellenbogen, Penna. AddisonWesley. My Math Lab: You will need an access code for the website. It is included if you purchase a new text book. If your text book is used you will need to purchase an access code separately unless you are using the same book from the previous semester. You may do so at the KC Bookstore or at Calculators: An appropriate is required for this course. Appropriate calculators include the TI 83 and TI 84. The TI 89 calculator is NOT permitted. If a student uses any other calculator other than a TI 83 or TI 84 it is his or her responsibility to learn how to use it appropriately. The calculator that will be used in class lecture will be the TI 84. Students are required to bring their calculators to class in order to fully participate when demonstrations are being done. A cell phone is not a calculator, it is a cell phone. Paper Format: The following format must be observed for any written work unless deemed otherwise. This includes any homework, quizzes, and exams. a. All papers are to be done in pencil only. NO PENS. b. All work should be written out in a neat and organized manner. Work must be shown in order to receive credit. c. Clearly indicate your answers with a circle. Grading System: Each student s grade will be based on an exams, homework score, and a comprehensive final exam. The weights of each component are given below. Graded Component Weighted Percentage Online Homework 15% Exam 1 15% Exam 2 15% Exam 3 15% Exam 4 15% Final Exam 25% Exams: There will be four or five major exams this semester. You must be present for every exam. There may be some exams that have two parts, a calculator part and a noncalculator part. Obviously you may use your calculator on the calculator part and may not use your calculator on the noncalculator part. ReTake Exams: There is no such thing as a ReTake or Redo Exam. This is college, what you make on your exam is your grade for the exam. Please do not ask Can I retake the exam for a better grade? or May I correct my exam mistakes to improve my grade? The answer is no. Final Exam: The final exam will be comprehensive and you will need a blue book, a scantron and a pencil.
2 Homework Score: All students are required to register for My Math Lab for the online component of this course. Homework will primarily be assigned online although there may be an occasional written homework assignment will be assigned. All homework for a given chapter will be due the night before the exam. Lack of preparedness on your part does not constitute and emergency on my part. Any section of homework that is not done by the due date results in a 0. Attendance: It is the policy of Kilgore College to require attendance. I will call roll every day of class. If a student is not present at the time roll is called he or she will be marked absent. If a student shows up late to class it is his or her responsibility to notify the instructor that he or she was present. Six hours absence from class is considered excessive and after such absences a student WILL be dropped from the class. In case of absence it is the sole responsibility of the student to find out what was covered and make any necessary arrangements. Cell Phones: Cell phones are prohibited from being used in class. Using a cell phone in class for any purpose may cause the student to be dismissed from class for the day or invoke a penalty on the student s next exam. Cheating: Cheating includes, but is not limited to: plagiarism; dishonesty of any kind with respect to examinations or written assignments (in or out of class); alteration of records; and illegal possession of examinations. Any student caught cheating, aiding another student in cheating, or appropriating the words or work of others without proper citation will be subject to academic discipline. It is the responsibility of the student not only to abstain from cheating, but in addition, to avoid the appearance of cheating, and to guard against making it possible for others to cheat. Penalties are given at the discretion of the instructor and range from dismissal from the course to receiving nonreplaceable zeros for that assignment/quiz/exam. Drops: The student is personally responsible for dropping any class. While instructors may drop students for excessive absences, the ultimate responsibility for withdrawing is on the student. However, if a student has had excessive absences (over 6 classroom hours or 10 lecture/lab hours) and he or she has not been in frequent contact with the instructor regarding attendance, he or she will almost surely be dropped from the course. Once a student is dropped he or she will no longer be allowed to attend class. Students are encouraged to consult the instructor before dropping, but it is not necessary. Students should go to the Registrar s Office to drop classes. FAILURE TO OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW BY THIS DEADLINE WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF F FOR THE SEMESTER. Commitment/ Expectations: Students are expected to display a high level of professionalism in my classroom. It is my job to, not only teach you the material in this course, but also prepare you for success in the workplace. I strive to be consistent in every aspect of my teaching and create an atmosphere conducive to learning. You are expected to come to class, listen, participate, take notes, study, do homework and thoroughly prepare for exams. It is my job to provide the tools necessary for you to become successful; it is your job to put these tools to good use. Students must make a commitment in class to take notes and work the given examples. Practice and reinforcement is an essential part of learning and for this reason students must especially make a commitment to do homework outside of class. Students must also make a commitment to seek help when the material is not fully understood.
3 Etiquette / Discipline Policy: Students will exercise appropriate classroom behavior at all times. Inappropriate and/or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and may result in dismissal from the classroom. If such behavior continues, a student may be dropped from the class. Students will be expected to observe the following 1. Be on time. 2. Stay until class is dismissed. 3. Get a drink of water, use the restroom, and sharpen pencils before class, not during. 4. Turn off cell phones and pagers. 5. Be attentive to the subject being presented. Do not sleep, study for other classes, or carry on personal conversations during class. 6. Remain silent while your instructor or fellow classmate is speaking. 7. Come prepared for class. Bring your notes, pencil, paper, and calculator to class. 8. Exercise academic honesty. Cheating will not be tolerated. 9. Allowing other students to ask questions and allowing the instructor to answer them, not another student. Treat your instructor and fellow classmates with respect. Foul language will not be permitted. Inappropriate and or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated in the classroom. Should such actions occur, the instructor will first warn the student. If such behavior continues the student may be dismissed from class. If such behavior still continues, the student may be dropped from the course. Student Accountability and Effort Students will demonstrate an effort to learn the objectives of the course by a. attending class regularly and on time, b. doing homework or inclass assignments on time (see instructor s syllabus for their policy regarding homework) c. following the directions of the instructor, and d. maintaining classroom behavior conducive to learning. Failure to demonstrate an effort in the course may result in the student being dismissed from the course.
4 MATH 1314 College Algebra Departmental Syllabus Catalog Description MATH College Algebra (330) This course is an indepth study and application of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included. An instructorapproved will be required. Prerequisite: TSI complete. F, Sp, Su ( ) Textbook and Resources College Algebra, Graphs and Models,5 th Ed, by Bittinger/Beecher/Ellenbogen/Penna, Pearson. An access code to My Math Lab website is required. Course Intent This course is intended for those students majoring in a variety of fields that require further study in mathematics. College Algebra will satisfy the mathematics requirements for students majoring in liberal arts or technical fields. This course will also help students attain logical thinking and problem solving skills. Scope of the Course Unit 1: Introduction to graphing, linear equation and inequalities, linear functions, and applications. Unit 2: Basic functions, algebra of functions, transformations, and variation. Unit 3: Solving various types of equations and inequalities, analyzing quadratic functions, and applications. Unit 4: Graphing polynomial functions, theory of equations, graphing rational functions, and solving inequalities. Unit 5: Exponential and logarithmic functions. Unit 6: Solving systems of equations; matrices Learning Outcomes The successful student in this course will be able to: 1. solve linear and quadratic equations and inequalities with applications. 2. model and explore graphs using technology. 3. write the equations of lines and circles given information about their graphs. 4. organize and analyze data using technology. 5. graph simple equations and basic functions 6. identify, explain, and illustrate transformations of basic functions such as shifting, reflecting, compressing, and stretching. 7. apply the concept of a function 8. solve other types of equations such as quadratic form, radical, and absolute value equations. 9. graph quadratic, polynomial, radical and rational functions. 10. identify and list the real and complex solutions of polynomial equations using various theorems and processes including technology
5 11. solve exponential and logarithmic equations with applications. 12. solve systems of equations; matrices. Learning Activities and Assessment Students will attend and participate in lectures and group work, do homework on paper, and do online activities (homework and/or quizzes). Student outcomes will be assessed by a combination of some or all of the following: homework grades, quiz grades, major exam grades, and a comprehensive final exam. See instructor s syllabus for specific activities and assessments. Throughout the semester the following Core Curriculum Objectives will be addressed: 1. Critical Thinking Skills which may include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. 2. Communication Skills which may include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written and visual communication. 3. Empirical and Quantitative Skills which may include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts/data resulting in informed conclusions. ADA Statement Kilgore College is committed to making reasonable accommodations to assist individuals with disabilities in reaching their academic potential. If you choose to request accommodations for a documented disability which may impact your performance, attendance, or grades in this course, you must first register with the Office of Disability Services. Please note that classroom accommodations cannot be provided prior to your instructor s receipt of an accommodation letter from the Office of Disability Services. For more information about accommodations, please contact the Disability Services Office on the second floor of the Devall Student Center: (903)
6 Course Schedule Week Content Materials Assignment 1 Syllabus, linear functions, slope, equations Ch. 1 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 1 2 Math models, regression, zeros, linear inequalities Ch. 1 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 1 3 Extrema, piecewise functions, applications Ch.2 Notes packet, textbook, Exam Chapter 1; Online Homework Chapter 2 4 Algebra of functions, function composition, Ch.2 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 2 difference quotients, symmetry 5 Function Transformations, Variation Ch.2 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 2 6 Complex numbers Ch.3 Notes packet, textbook, Exam Chapter 2; Online Homework Chapter 3 7 Quadratic functions, equations, models, vertex Ch.3 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 3 form, vertex formula, rational and radical equations 8 Absolute value equations, inequalities Ch.3 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 3, Exam 3 9 Inverses, 11 functions, composition, exponential Ch. 5 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 5 functions 10 Euler s number, applications, compound interest, Ch. 5 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 5 graphs 11 Logarithms, logarithmic functions and properties, Ch. 5 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 5 applications, change of base formula 12 Solving exponential, logarithmic equations, exponential growth and decay Ch. 5 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 5, Exam 4 13 Polynomial functions, leading term tests, zeros, Ch. 4 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 4 intermediate value theorem 14 Polynomial, synthetic division, remainder and Ch. 4 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 4 factor theorems, fundamental theorem of algebra, rational zeros theorem 15 Rational functions, asymptotes, domains, Ch. 4 Notes packet, textbook, Online Homework Chapter 4 inequalities, applications 16 Final Exam Week Comprehensive Final Exam Note: All items in the syllabus are subject to change and the students will be notified if such changes are made.
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