# Fall 17 Math 143 Hybrid Pre-Calculus I & II

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1 Fall 17 Math 143 Hybrid Pre-Calculus I & II Instructor: Dr. James Howell Phone: Office: Sci-Tech Office Hrs: T,TH: 10:00am-11:50am Web: M: 11:00-11:50am Textbook and Coverage: Precalculus, (10th edition) by Sullivan. We will cover; Appendix, and Ch.2 thru Ch. 10 with minor omissions. Required Materials: Graphing technology (wolfram Mathematica or desmos) / graphing calculator (TI preferred and will sometimes be demonstrated), graph paper, ruler, patience and ability to balance your time. Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement test score. Strongly recommend that students have some knowledge of trigonometry. Course Description: Using numeric, analytic and graphical methods; linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are studied, as well as polar coordinates, vectors, conic sections and parametric equations. Course Objectives: This course covers a functional approach to algebra and trigonometry with emphasis on numerical, graphical, and algorithmic representations of functions. This course is recommended for students majoring in mathematics, science or engineering, and is structured to prepare the student for the Calculus series. The accelerated course will allow students to complete precalculus in one quarter. Students finishing this course should be able to: 1. combine and evaluate functions graphically, numerically and algebraically; 2. identify various types of functions and their key features (i.e. domain and asymptotes for a rational or trigonometric function, etc.); 3. identify various types of equations (i.e. exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric) and choose appropriate techniques to solve the equation based on its classification; 4. interpret graphs, sign charts, and table of values and distinguish intervals of increase and decrease, as well as average rates of change; 5. complete trigonometric proofs, justify conclusions, explain procedures and communicate results using appropriate functional notation and vocabulary; 6. construct and use functions to model various real-world problems; 7. use technology (a graphing calculator) as a tool in solving equations and investigating the behavior of functions and graphs. Reading: You will find it helpful if you have read the material the night before (or earlier). This is a hard habit to get into (and keep), but is well worthwhile. It does not matter if you do not understand all or some of the reading - simply exposing yourself to the text and concepts is very valuable. Schedule: A tentative schedule is on the course webpage and also on the pearsonmylab course page. This may change to meet the needs of the class. You are responsible for knowing about all announcements, changes in the syllabus, exams, etc. made in class. Learning Disabilities/Special Needs and Requests: If you have a learning disability or any other special needs or requests please make an appointment with me, as soon an possible, so we can discuss any assistance that would be helpful. Class Website: the Course ID is howell You will need a My- MathLab student Access code to enter the course. The MyMathLab student access code can be purchased at the bookstore or online at the pearsonmylab website.

2 Organization of Class Website: Class website mainly uses the static main menu, on the LEFT side of the screen. Course Home - Upcoming Assignments, Weekly Calendar with due dates, announcements. Online Homework & Quizzes - Where the Daily Homework Exercises and Weekly Quizzes can be found. Author In Action Videos - A set of videos from your author that cover various topics. different from the ones that I will be sending each morning. These are Guided Lecture Notes - A set of notes to organize thoughts as you go through the Author in Action Video content. Chapter Contents - allows you to pick a particular section and view instructional materials (videos, multimedia animations, powerpoints, etc.) etext - the electronic book Study Plan - Extra Resource of problems that are generated automatically based on the homework exercises chosen for the course. Work on this if you would like extra practice. GRADEBOOK - organizes your grades as you progress thru the course. Skills for Success - A few extra resources to aid in student success with study habits and other activities. Tools for Success - Algebra review card, Graphing Calculator Links. Multimedia Library - allows you to pick the multimedia resources for a specific chapter, section, and media type. Course Tools - , Chat & ClassLive (useful for communicating with me from your computer to mine), Document Sharing (a folder to download/upload documents from). Academic Honesty Policy: Overview: Students are required to do their own work on all homework, quizzes, exams, and projects in this class. On the Homework: Students may ask questions of the instructor or tutors, or post a question on the discussion board, and may use the online class website resources freely in completing homework. Students may NOT allow others to work their actual homework problems nor show them how to complete their actual problem. On the Quizzes: Students may use their own printed homework and personal notes and the textbook when completing the online quizzes. Students may NOT use any other resource while completing the quizzes. Students may NOT communicate with any person by any means about any topic while completing quizzes. On the Exams: Exam 1, Exam 2, and the Final Exam are scheduled as noted on the course calendar and later in the syllabi. These exams are closed note and closed book. NOTE: Communication by any means includes electronic communication ( , phone, text, etc.) as well as in-person communication. Students should report any instances that appear to be cheating or attempts to cheat to the professor. Students who do not comply with the Academic Honesty Policy will be subjected to a failing grade in this course.

4 Assessment: 1. Online Homework - 10% - Getting Started is an Orientation Homework assignment and must be completed. Algebra Review I, and Algebra Review II are for your benefit, but are not required for credit. Homework Assignments may done in several sittings; you may close a homework assignment and return to it any time. Homework assignments have suggested due dates that may be viewed in the weekly calendar area of the class website. Due dates for homework assignments are ADVISORY, not mandatory. This means you may work on any homework assignment to raise your grade, even after the due date. To improve your score on a homework assignment, go to any problem you missed, click Similar Problem. You will be given a new problem to complete. It is important to keep up with the homework and work on it regularly. Your homework represents one letter grade, so it is worth taking time and working on these daily exercises to be prepared for the quizzes and exams. 2. Take Home Work - 15% - A packet of problems will be given out on Thursdays of week 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9 and will be due the following Thursday. These problems are meant to be used as a means to verify that you are learning how to communicate mathematical content in a organized fashion with enough detail. There will be between 5 & 8 problems on any given problems set. 3. Quizzes - 20% - There will be SIX (6) Quizzes covering specific topics all due by 11:59pm on the respective day. Quiz 1 Tuesday October 3, 2017 max time 60 minutes Quiz 2 Tuesday October 10, 2017 max time 60 minutes Quiz 3 Tuesday October 17, 2017 max time 60 minutes Quiz 4 Friday October 27, 2017 max time 60 minutes Quiz 5 Tuesday November 7, 2017 max time 60 minutes Quiz 6 Monday November 28, 2017 max time 60 minutes You will have TWO attempts for each quiz. After your first attempt you will have an opportunity to review your quiz, use the study plan and work practice problems in order to prepare for the second attempt. But, the second attempt must be completed by the given deadline. The top FIVE (5) Quizzes will be counted in your course grade, each quiz is worth 4% of your course grade. Quizzes have due dates that may be viewed by clicking the Assignments tab inside the class website or looking at the weekly calendar. Due dates for quizzes are ENFORCED. You may not take a quiz after the due date unless you have requested a Due Date Extension (only get two (2) of these.) 4. Exams - 30% - Exam 1 is scheduled for Thursday October 19, You will have 110 minutes for completion. Exam 2 is scheduled for Thursday November 16, You will have 110 minutes for completion. Exams may only be taken once. There are no second-chance exams. Material from the videos, handouts and homework are all relevant to the exams. 5. Final Exam - 25% - The Final Exam will be held on campus on Tuesday December 12, 2017 from 8:00-10:00am. Students who do not take the final exam will be given a 0.0 in the course. In rare situations, students have extreme circumstances that prevent them from taking the final; for example, if a student delivers a baby early or is in a plane accident. If such a situation occurs, the student should notify the professor within 48 hours of the scheduled final exam. Disclaimer: Please be aware that certain aspects of the course may be modified in order to meet the needs of the class. You are responsible for knowing about all announcements, changes in the syllabi, exam, etc. made in class.

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