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1 SYLLABUS MATH 1111 College Algebra INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Catherine Matos CLASSTIME: Tuesday/Thursday 10:15-11:45am OFFICE HOURS: M 1:00-2:00pm & 3:30-4:45pm, TR 11:45-12:15pm, WF 11:00-12:00pm OFFICE: U-404 WEBSITE: PHONE: PREREQUISITE: MATH 0099 with a grade of C% or better, OR MATH 1101 with a grade of C or better, OR an acceptable score on a placement test (at least 76 for CPTE & at least 26 for CPTC). CATALOG DESCRIPTION: This course is a functional approach to algebra that incorporates the use of appropriate technology. Emphasis will be placed on the study of functions and their graphs, inequalities, and linear, quadratic, piece-wise defined, rational, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Appropriate applications will be included. (Students who take this course in preparation for MATH 1501 are also required to successfully complete MATH 1112A.) 3 hours REQUIRED MATERIALS: COMPUTER: A computer is required and each student needs access to a notebook computer. Students will use their notebook computers during class sessions and tests. Clayton State University requires that students have ready access throughout the semester to a notebook computer that meets facultyapproved hardware and software requirements for the student's academic program. See fhttp:// for full details of this policy. TEXTBOOK: OpenStax College, Algebra and Trigonometry, OpenStax College. 13February The text is available for free online in web view or PDF format. The web view version works on any device. If you prefer a print version, it may be purchased from the LochShop or amazon.com. MATH SOFTWARE: The two software products students will be using is MS Excel (available for free from the HUB s Technology Center or you can self-install by going to the HUB tab in the SWAN) and Geogebra (available for free download from This software is separate from the textbook package, and are only available through the indicated sources. WeBWork: A free homework management system. Your homework assignments and quizzes will be completed using WeBWork. Use your CSU credentials to sign in to our class at: CALCULATOR: We will use the computer extensively, but a scientific calculator is occasionally helpful. You may NOT share calculators on tests. TECHNOLOGY PREREQUISITE: The computer is used extensively in this course. You must bring your computer and your textbook to each class meeting and immediately set up your computer, unless otherwise informed by your instructor. Basic computer skills for using , the Internet, and file management are necessary to succeed. If you do not have these skills, it is strongly recommended that you attend appropriate workshop(s) provided by the Technology Center located in L-125. The Technology Center also provides individual assistance either by appointment with the receptionist or on a walk-in basis. Students should make an appointment with the HUB to have software loaded on their computers. Please see the SWAN for information about activating accounts.

2 YOU SHOULD BRING YOUR COMPUTER TO EACH CLASS MEETING. Important Dates: AUGUST 15 FIRST DAY OF CLASSES NOV. 8 HCPS HOLIDAY SEPT HCPS FALL BREAK NOV HCPS THANKSGIVING BREAK OCT 7 LAST DAY TO DEC 5 LAST DAY OF CLASS WITHDRAW OCT 8-11 FALL BREAK (NO CLASS) DEC 8 FINAL EXAMS COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Express relationships using the concept of a function and use verbal, numerical, graphical and symbolic means to analyze a function. Model situations from a variety of settings by using polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions. Manipulate mathematical information, concepts, and thoughts in verbal, numeric, graphical and symbolic form while solving a variety of problems which involve polynomial, exponential or logarithmic functions. Apply a variety of problem-solving strategies, including verbal, algebraic, numerical and graphical techniques, to solve multiple-step problems involving equations, inequalities and systems of linear equations. Shift among the verbal, numeric, graphical and symbolic modes in order to analyze functions. Use appropriate technology in the evaluation, analysis and synthesis of information in problem-solving situations. COURSE CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES: Equations and Inequalities (Sections 2.2, 2.4 to 2.7) Functions (Sections 3.1 to 3.7) Linear Functions (Sections 4.1 to 4.2) Polynomial and Rational Functions (Sections 5.1 to 5.6) Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (Sections 6.1 to 6.7) Quadratic and Rational Inequalities Systems of Linear Equations (Section 11.1) Conic Sections (Sections 12.1 to 12.3) EVALUATION: Your grade in this course will be determined by the total points accumulated from homework, quizzes, tests, and final exam, and other activities defined by your instructor. Quizzes: Your quiz grade will be determined by the best 10 out of 12 quizzes. Your lowest two quiz grades will be dropped. Quizzes are in WeBWork and must be completed by the due date. There will be no deadline extensions for quizzes. Homework: Your homework grade will be determined by the average score that you earn on WeBWork homework assignments. You should make every effort to complete the homework assignments and seek help during office hours with problems you have not been able to solve. Reading the sections of the textbook corresponding to the assigned homework exercises is considered part of the homework

3 assignment; you are responsible for material in the assigned reading whether it is discussed in the lecture or not. In-class activities may be included as part of the homework grade. These activities are due the day of class and may not be made up if you miss class. Tests: There will be four major tests, each worth 100 points. Consult the class calendar for tentative dates. Your lowest test score will be dropped. Therefore, there will be no make-up tests. If you must miss a test, that will be the score that is dropped. Exceptions to the make-up rule MAY be made for students on official university business (such as an athlete) if notification from the appropriate department/faculty advisor is received prior to the test and arrangements are made before the missed test. This does not include students attending a function for extra credit for another class, nor for advising appointments made during class time. Final Exam: The departmental final exam is cumulative from the beginning of the semester. No student will be excused from taking the final exam, and only under unusual circumstances will a student be allowed to take the exams at any time other than the regularly scheduled time. Failure to take the final exam will result in the grade of F for the course. You are expected to do your own work in this class for all assignments. Any violation of this will result, at the minimum, in a grade of zero on that assignment. Academic Misconduct charges will also be filed. Assessment Points Grading Scale Quizzes 100 Grade Percent Points Homework 100 A 90% 100.0% Tests (4) 300 B 80% 89.9% Final Exam 100 C 70% 79.9% Total: 600 D 60% 69.9% Assessment Date Test 1 9/1 Test 2 9/29 Test 3 Test 4 10/25 11/17 Final Exam 12/8 F 0% 59.9% MIDTERM GRADE REPORTS: Midterm grades will be reported by October 22 nd and will reflect approximately 30% of the entire course grade. Based on this grade, students may choose to withdraw from the course and receive a grade of W. Students pursuing this option must do so by midterm, which occurs on October 7, Information about the withdrawal process may be found at Student Withdrawals after that day result in an automatic WF unless a hardship exception is granted. (See CSU catalog for hardship criteria.) ATTENDANCE: Attendance is necessary in order to maintain a good grade in this course. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of each class. Students are responsible for all material presented in class. Success on the tests will be highly dependent on attending class and participating in the learning activities designed to apply the material. If you must miss a class, you are responsible for asking another student to fill you in on what occurred in class. Regular attendance is expected and necessary to understand the material. You are responsible for submitting all work by the deadline, whether you attend class or not. The university reserves the right to determine that excessive absences,

4 whether justified or not, are sufficient cause for institutional withdrawals or failing grades. In the event of an unexpected instructor absence or university closure, be sure to check your for instructions. EXCUSED ABSENCES: The student is responsible for providing satisfactory evidence to the instructor to substantiate the reason for absence. Among the reasons absences are considered excused by the university are the following: Participation in an activity appearing on the university authorized activity list. Death or major illness in a student s immediate family. Immediate family may include: mother, father, sister, brother, grandparents, spouse, child, spouse s child, spouse s parents, spouse s grandparents, stepmother, step-father, step-sister, step-brother, step-grandparents, grandchild, stepgrandchild, legal guardian, and others as deemed appropriate by faculty member or student s academic dean. Illness of a dependent family member. Participation in legal proceedings or administrative procedures that require a student s presence. Injury or Illness that is too severe or contagious for the student to attend class. The student should obtain a medical confirmation note from his or her medical provider. The medical confirmation note must contain the date and time of the illness and medical professional s confirmation of needed absence. An absence for a non-acute medical service does not constitute an excused absence. Required participation in military duties. MAKE-UP WORK Tests may not be made up unless an excused absence is obtained from the instructor. An unexcused absence will result in a 0 for that test. There are NO make-ups for late quizzes or homework, and the student will receive a 0. Students will NOT be allowed to make-up tests unless they have contacted the instructor PRIOR to the exam in question with a legitimate, verifiable reason. In such a case, the student will be allowed to make up the exam before the next meeting of the class after the test. The student is responsible for contacting the instructor to make arrangements for the make-up exam, and must bring documentation of the reason for the missed test. An unexcused absence will result in a zero for that test. The instructor will decide if the absence is excusable. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES: Students are expected to abide by the Student Code of Conduct in the Clayton State University Student Handbook. Academic integrity is of paramount importance at Clayton State University. Students who violate the conduct code regulations will face disciplinary action and/or University Sanctions. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, giving and receiving information. This policy will be enforced. No exceptions. Students who do not conduct themselves appropriately will be asked to leave the classroom. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: Students are expected to do their own work on all graded material for MATH 1111 including quizzes, tests, and the final exam, as outlined in the Clayton State University Student Code of Conduct, which can be found in the Student Handbook. Cheating will not be tolerated in MATH 1111, and any student who engages in suspicious conduct will be confronted and subjected to the disciplinary process. Cheaters will, at a minimum, receive a failing grade on the quiz, test, or exam, which could result in a failing grade in the entire course. Academic Misconduct charges will also be filed.

5 UNIVERSITY POLICIES: See the current online Academic Catalog for details on the following policies: NO SHOW Policy: Any student who has failed to attend a class by the published deadline for the semester will be identified as a no show. Each no show student will be administratively withdrawn from the class, a grade of W will be posted, and the student is NOT be reinstated. Any appeals on the decision are made to the Dean of your major. For students in Math 1111 a grade of C or better is a prerequisite for subsequent math courses at CSU. TECHNOLOGY ETIQUETTE: You are not allowed to connect to the Internet during class unless instructed to do so. During class, do not play computer games, play music on the computer, surf the net, pass notes, use computer headphones, or use the computer in any way that is distracting to the instructor or any other student. If you are surfing, playing games, watching videos, s, or any other activity not related to what is going on in the classroom, I will give you one warning before I turn off your computer. If the behavior continues, I will ask you to leave the classroom for the remainder of the class. Set the volume on your computer to a low or silent setting. You should not use ear buds or headphones during class. You should refrain from using your phone for texting, playing games or surfing the net during class unless asked to do so by your instructor. Outside of class, any sent to the instructor should state your name, identify the class you are taking and be sent from your CSU student account. Remember to act professionally when sending to your instructor. Any unprofessional sent to an instructor will not be tolerated. Do not use class list s for personal correspondence. ELECTRONIC MESSAGES The instructor may send s with information vital to your success in the course. Check your often, at least once a day. You should only use your CSU account when corresponding with your instructor. from any other account will not be answered. Any voic or message left will be returned during the regular workweek. The instructor checks e- mail each workday. When contacting me via , you must identify the with your first and last name, and the course number Do not send time-sensitive information via , speak to the instructor in person. A delivered does not relieve you of the responsibility of informing the instructor about some concern. Do not send a personal correspondence to the instructor via the class list. RESOURCES: I hold regular office hours online and by appointment in person and am willing to help! Another resource to help you is the Center for Academic Success (CAS), which is located in Edgewater Hall Suite 276. The CAS home page is The CAS sponsors a Peer Tutoring Program. Please see the CAS website for more information and to schedule an appointment with a Peer Tutor. Additional group instruction is available from the members of the CAS staff who have advanced mathematics training. There are materials and computer software which may be of help. CAS: Throughout the fall, spring, and summer semesters, the Center for Academic Success (CAS) provides personalized one-on-one peer and professional staff tutoring in over 100 core subjects. We are located in Edgewater Hall Suite 276. The CAS also offers moderated study groups, informal study sessions, a comfortable study environment, a student study lounge, and it s all free! Come see us if you need help, come BE a tutor if you don t. Don t wait until it s too late. At the CAS, your academic success is right around the corner! For more information you can us! VISITORS: It is against CSU policy to allow any person not registered for a course to attend a class meeting.

6 OTHER NOTES: In order to succeed in this course, a student must do each homework assignment. On the average, homework will require three hours, per semester credit hour, of work outside of class each week. Any instance of academic dishonesty will be dealt with in accordance with University policies with a minimum penalty of a zero being given for any associated work and the filing of Academic Misconduct charges. For students in Math 1111 a grade of C or better is a prerequisite for subsequent math courses at CSU. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: Students with disabilities who require reasonable accommodations need to register with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) in order to obtain their accommodations. You can contact them at or If you are already registered with DRC and are seeking accommodations for this course, please make an appointment with your instructor to discuss your specific accommodation needs for this course and give the instructor your accommodations letter. COUNSELING SERVICES AND CAREER SERVICES: Students may obtain help with education, career, and personal concerns from staff or counselors. Its services may be of help to students with test anxiety or other problems that limit academic success. For more information on services offered by Counseling Services and Career Services, check the web pages and All pagers and cell phones must be turned off during class. Please mute your computer speakers in class. DISRUPTIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR Disruptive behavior in the classroom can negatively effect the classroom environment as well as the educational experience for students enrolled in the course. According to the CSU Student Handbook, behavior which disrupts the teaching-learning process during class activities will not be tolerated. Disruptive behavior is defined as any behaviors that hamper the ability of instructors to teach or students to learn. Common examples of disruptive behaviors include, but are not limited to: Monopolizing classroom discussions Failing to respect the rights of other students to express their viewpoints Talking when the instructor or others are speaking Constant questions or interruptions which interfere with the instructor s presentation Overt inattentiveness (e.g., sleeping or reading the paper in class) Creating excessive noise Entering the class late or leaving early Use of pagers or cell phones in the classroom Inordinate or inappropriate demands for time or attention Poor personal hygiene (e.g., noticeably offensive body odor) Refusal to comply with faculty direction Students exhibiting these types of behaviors can expect a warning from the instructor or dismissal for the lesson in which the behavior occurs. Failure to correct such behaviors can result in dismissal from the course. More extreme examples of disruptive behavior include, but are not limited to: Use of profanity or pejorative language Intoxication Verbal abuse of instructor or other students (e.g., taunting, badgering, intimidation) Harassment of instructor or other students

7 Threats to harm oneself or others Physical violence A student who fails to respond to reasonable faculty direction regarding classroom behavior and/or behavior while participating in classroom activities may be dismissed from class. Students exhibiting these more extreme examples of disruptive behavior will be dismissed from the lesson or the entire course. Students dismissed from a lesson will leave the classroom immediately or may be subject to additional penalties. Dismissed students are responsible for any course material or assignments missed. A student who is dismissed is entitled to due process and will be afforded such rights as soon as possible following dismissal. If found in violation, a student may be administratively withdrawn and receive a grade of WF. Conditions attributed to physical or psychological disabilities are not considered as a legitimate excuse for disruptive behavior. The content of this course syllabus correlates to education standards established by national and state education governing agencies, accrediting agencies and learned society/professional education associations. Please refer to the course correlation matrices located at the following web site.

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