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1 COLLIN COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS Course Information Course Number: MATH 0310 Section Number: S06 Course Title: Intermediate Algebra Course Description: A study of relations and functions, inequalities, algebraic expressions and equations (absolute value, polynomial, radical, rational), with a special emphasis on linear and quadratic expressions and equations. Course Credit Hours: Lecture Hours: 3 Credit Hours Lab Hours: 1 Placement Assessment: Placement in Math Consult the Testing Center Director if you have questions about an assessment level OR Successful completion of Mathematics Prerequisite: Successful completion of Math 0305 or TSI placement in Math Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will: 1. Define, represent, and perform operations on real and complex numbers. 2. Recognize, understand, and analyze features of a function. 3. Recognize and use algebraic (field) properties, concepts, procedures (including factoring), and algorithms to combine, transform, and evaluate absolute value, polynomial, radical, and rational expressions. 4. Identify and solve absolute value, polynomial, radical, and rational equations. 5. Identify and solve absolute value and linear inequalities. 6. Model, interpret and justify mathematical ideas and concepts using multiple representations. 7. Connect and use multiple strands of mathematics in situations and problems, as well as in the study of other disciplines. Withdrawal Policy: See the current Collin Registration Guide for the last day to withdraw. Collin College Academic Policies: See the current Collin Student Handbook. Americans with Disabilities Act: Collin College will adhere to all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and guidelines with respect to providing reasonable accommodations as required to afford equal opportunity. It is the student s responsibility to contact the ACCESS office, SCCD140 or (V/TTD: ) to arrange for appropriate accommodations. See the current Collin Student Handbook for additional information. INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Instructor s Name: Prof. Alena Miadzvedskaya Office Number: G 224 (inside of faculty suite G 221) at Spring Greek Campus Office Hours: MWF 9:00 am 9:40 am (SCC), 2:30 pm 3:00 pm (PRC) TR 12:00 12:35 am, 5:30 pm 6:00 pm or by appointment Phone Number: (972) In case of emergency, contact the Developmental Education office (SCC K102) at (972) , or contact your instructor by as listed below. Page 1 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
2 You can me with homework questions or concerns. Always include your name and course number when writing s. Please allow 24 hours for instructor s response. Class Information: Section Number: S06 Meeting Times: MWF 11:00 am 11:50 am. Meeting Location: Spring Greek Campus, room I213 Administrative Withdrawal: Participation in class is an essential requirement of this course. Maintain contact with your professor if you are not able to attend class or complete an assignment on time. If you miss more than 20% of the meetings of a Developmental Education class between the beginning of class and the college withdrawal date, you may be administratively withdrawn from this class. Administrative withdrawal may have academic, financial, financial aid, and visa implications. It will count toward Collin s Repeat Policy and the 27 hour limitation on Developmental Education courses. Administrative withdrawal will take place after the full refund period, and if you are administratively withdrawn from the course you will not be eligible for a tuition refund. If you have questions about the administrative withdrawal policy, please contact your professor. College Repeat Policy: Developmental courses may be taken for a combined total of no more than 27 credit hours. In addition, a student may repeat this course only once after receiving a grade, including W. If you drop this class before census day, it will not count against you. Course Resources: The college provides group tutoring and a Math Lab at no charge at each campus to support student success in this class. Students are required to purchase a software license for use in this class Textbook: ISBN book bundle # , which includes: Beginning & Intermediate Algebra (Custom Edition for Collin College), 4e, by MartinGay; Student Solution Manual, and MyMathLab Access Code. If you purchase a used textbook, you will still need a MyMathLab access code. The cost of this code plus your textbook may be more than the cost of a new textbook bundle. Supplies: A graphing calculator is required and the TI 83, TI 83 Plus, or TI 84 is preferred. Calculators with a computer algebra system (CAS) will not be permitted on exams, unless prior approval is obtained from the instructor. Pen, pencil, dry erase marker, notebook, package of index cards are required for this class. You can also bring a graphing paper to graph lines and systems of equations and inequalities. You are expected to have supplies and a calculator in each class. Page 2 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
3 Attendance Policy: You are expected to regularly attend all classes in which you are enrolled. Students have the responsibility to attend every scheduled class meeting and to consult with the instructor when an absence occurs. Students who are absent from class for the observance of a religious holiday may take an examination or complete an assignment scheduled for that day within a reasonable time after the absence not later than the 15th day of the semester, the student notified the instructor(s) that the student would be absent for a religious holiday. Attendance will be taken each class period. It is the student s obligation to find out what was missed and what needs to be done after an absence. If there is no contact from a student regarding an absence initiated within a week after the absence, the student will receive a zero on any material or assignment that was missed. Attendance Bonus: a) Students who miss 2 classes or less (regardless of the reason) will have their lowest Lab Quiz score dropped from their Lab average. b) If a student will have a perfect attendance (no classes missed and no tardy marks), I will add 7 points to student s lowest semester test grade. If a student misses one class, I will add 5 points to student s lowest semester test grade. If a student misses two classes, I will add 3 points to student s lowest semester test grade. Withdrawal Policy: Our goal is for you to successfully complete this course. Prior to withdrawing from this class, please meet with me to discuss your progress and to learn about the support services provided at Collin to help you succeed. The process for withdrawing from a Developmental course is (1) meet with your professor, (2) meet with an advisor, (3) meet with the Dean of Developmental Education. After completing these three steps, take the signed course withdrawal form to the Admissions Office for processing. See the current Collin Registration Guide for the last day to withdraw. If you simply stop attending, you may be administratively withdrawn from this course. Electronic Devices Policy: As per Section 6.1 Academic Etiquette and the College Experience (pg. 147, paragraph 3) of the Collin Student Handbook with the exception of a calculator, all electronic devices are to be switched off during class, unless an exception is obtained from the instructor in advance. Course Requirements: Attend class as scheduled and complete the required tests, lab assignments, and final examination, and any other assignments required by the instructor. Participation in class discussions is strongly encouraged. Be engaged and ask questions to ensure understanding of the material. Be courteous to your fellow classmates. Respect their opinions. All electronic devices (except calculator) must be turned off or silenced before entering the classroom. No text messaging and no open laptop computers in class. Students may be asked to leave the classroom if in violation of this policy. After a second offense, the student will be reported to the Dean of Students office. If an emergency arises which necessitates the use of a cell phone, the student must obtain an exception from the instructor in advance. College rules do not permit you to eat or drink in the classroom. Everyone should remove hats in the room on the continuation of the whole class. Page 3 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
4 Method of Evaluation: Only AD, BD, CD, FD or I can be awarded in this class. A grade of DD will never be awarded. The Grading Scale will be: AD: %; BD: 80 89%; CD: 70 79%; FD: 0 69%. Homework: Homework is 10% of your final grade and is absolutely necessary for the successful completion of the course. You are required to complete homework assignments online using MyMathLab. Homework exercises are automatically assigned after the corresponding section is covered in class. The student is expected to complete the work for each section by 11:59pm on due date (see deadlines in the course calendar and MyMathLab). If you are not satisfied with your score for a particular homework you can rework the assignment until all the problems are correct before the assigned due date. All homework can be worked after the due date, but the penalty will apply. Deduction of 7 percent per day will apply only to questions scored after the due date. Class work: Class work is 5% of your grade. You are required participate in all class activities. You are going to work in group, with a partner, or work individually. Tests Tests count 60% of the final grade. There are four semester tests and a comprehensive final examination. You must show your work to receive maximum test points. All examinations will be given as outlined in the tentative calendar. All tests and a final exam will be administered in the classroom. In a case of emergency you will be able to make test up in the Testing center. The Testing Center is located on the second floor of the Founders building (J232). The Testing center hours are as follows: Monday Thursday 8:00am 9:00pm Friday 8:00am 3:00pm Saturday 8:00am 5:00pm All tests are closed book, no notes. If for any reason you miss one test during the semester, your final exam score will replace the zero score for the test. If you have any questions about your progress in class or your grades, you are welcome to talk to me during office hours or scheduled appointments. Lab exercises Students will complete Lab Quizzes on the MyMathLab website. Lab Quizzes on the MyLab website are 10% of your final grade. The URL, instructions for enrolling, and the required course ID will be provided in a separate document. There are 10 Lab Quizzes required in this class. The Labs must be completed online using the MyMathLab. MyMathLab provides two types of lab exercises Practice Lab and Lab Quiz. Practice labs have the same content and types of problems as graded labs. Practice labs may be used as many times as necessary to prepare for the corresponding graded lab and are set as a requirement for attempting the graded lab. That means you MUST complete the Practice Lab before you will be allowed to take Quiz Lab. Additionally, you MUST score 70 or above on the Practice Lab in order to be able to do the Lab Quiz. All Labs are due at the beginning of the class on the due day given in the syllabus. Each Lab Quiz allows only ONE ATTEMPT. If using an off campus computer (at home or work) you need to have administrative access to install any necessary plugins & be connected to the internet. (If you re unsure your computer meets the system requirements, go to Page 4 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
5 visit the MyMathLab Installation Wizard in your course, or contact tech support at ). Your MyMathLab course is available on both PC and Mac platforms, using Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari. Final exam  The Final Exam is 15% of the final grade. A comprehensive departmental final exam is REQUIRED for all students at the end of the course (NO EXCEPTIONS). If the exam is not taken, a zero will be recorded. No other grade can replace the final exam. Grade determination: Your grade will be determined by using the following: Tests: 60% Online Lab Quizzes: 10% Class work activities and participation: 5% Homework: 10% Comprehensive final exam: 15% Policy on missed tests and assignments: Makeup examinations will not be given. Notify the instructor if a special situation occurs. If you know in advance that you ll miss the day when the test is scheduled, notify your instructor and you ll be allowed to take the test earlier. If for any reason you miss one test during semester, your final exam score will replace the zero score for the test. Academic Ethics: Every member of the Collin College community is expected to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. Collin College may initiate disciplinary proceedings against a student accused of scholastic dishonesty. Scholastic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, statements, acts, or omissions related to applications for enrollment or the award of a degree, and/or the submission of one s own work material that is not one s own. Scholastic dishonesty may involve, but is not limited to, one or more of the following acts: cheating, plagiarism, collusion, use of annotated texts or teacher s editions, use of information about exams posted on the Internet or electronic medium, and/or falsifying academic records. While specific examples are listed below, this is not an exhaustive list and scholastic dishonesty may encompass other conduct, including any conduct through electronic or computerized means: Cheating is the willful giving or receiving of information in an unauthorized manner during an examination; collaborating with another student during an examination without authority; using, buying, selling, soliciting, stealing, or otherwise obtaining course assignments and/or examination questions in advance, copying computer or Internet files, using someone else s work. If a determination of cheating is made by the Dean of Students Office: 1. A grade of zero will be assigned for the first offense. 2. A course grade of "FD" will be assigned for the second offense. See the current Collin Student Handbook for additional information. RESOURCES: Math Lab (D141) has free tutoring, videotapes, graphing calculators, and computer assistance. You can check out graphing calculator for 4 hours in the library on a daily basis. The ACCESS office (F109) also provides group and online tutoring services. Your instructor is available for assistance during the office hours listed above, or other times by appointment. Page 5 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
6 Developmental Education faculty throughout the semester offers study skills seminars. EXTRA CREDIT: 1. Each time you attend study skills seminar, get the signature from the presenter. Bring the signed document to your instructor and receive 3 points towards your next test score. 2. Schedule a 10 minute appointment with me during the first two weeks discuss your goals/fears in this class, and receive 3 points towards the first test. 3. Portfolio Binder  Keep all class related papers (syllabus, inclass quizzes, handouts, tests, class notes, lab quizzes worksheets) organized in a 3ring binder to receive extra points. The materials required to receive 3 extra points for the first test are: a 3hole binder, page dividers (for class notes, class work, and extra credit), syllabus, time management sheet, grade recording sheet, calculator function sheet, and notebook paper. You will receive another 5 extra points for the fourth test if you ll maintain the portfolio binder in an organized manner, which means all papers should be holepunched and put in the correct category. Graphing calculator assistance 1. TI83, 84 &TI86 documents available at 2. TI83, 84 &TI86 study skills seminars 3. Calculator Keystroke Guide (available from instructor) 4. Useful websites: Tentative Course Calendar Notes: The instructor reserves the right to make changes to this syllabus during the semester. Changes will be provided in writing during class hours. Math 0310 (MartinGay, 4e) 0310 Labs Day 1: 08/25 Syllabus, Appendix D An introduction to using a graphing utility Day 2: 08/ Graphing and Writing Linear Functions HW # 1 Day 3: 08/ Functions LAB QUIZ 1 BA Review Day 4: 09/ Reviewing Function Notation and Graphing Nonlinear Functions Day 5: 09/05 LAB QUIZ The Algebra of Functions (8.1,3.6,8.2) Day 6: 09/08 Test 1 Review HW # 2 Day 7: 09/10 Test 1 Day 8: 09/ Solving Linear Inequalities HW # 3 Day 9: 09/ Absolute Value Equations HW # 4 Day 10: 09/ Absolute Value Inequalities HW # 5 Day 11: 09/ Factoring Trinomials of the form Integrated Review: Choosing a Factoring Strategy (page 402) LAB QUIZ 3 (12.1,9.2,9.3) Day 12: 09/ Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring HW # 6 Day 13: 09/24 Test 2 Review HW # 7 Day 14: 09/26 LAB QUIZ 4 Test 2 (6.4, 6.6, Page 6 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
7 factoring review) Day 15: 09/ Rational Functions and Simplifying Rational Expressions HW # 8 Day 16: 10/ Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions HW # 9 Day 17: 10/ Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions with Common HW # 10 Denominators and Least Common Denominator Day 18: 10/ Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions with Unlike HW # 11 Denominators Day 19: 10/ Solving Equations Containing Rational Expressions HW # 12 Day 20: 10/10 LAB QUIZ 5 Review for the Test 3 (7.1,7.2,7.3) Day 21: 10/13 Test 3 HW # 13 Day 22: 10/ Problem Solving with Rational Equations ONLY HW # 14 Day 23: 10/ Simplifying Complex Fractions HW # 15 Day 24: 10/20 LAB QUIZ Simplifying Complex Fractions (7.4, 7.5, 7.6) Day 25: 10/ Radicals and Radical Functions HW # 16 Day 26: 10/ Rational Exponents HW # 17 Day 27: 10/ Simplifying Radical Expressions HW # 18 Day 28: 10/ Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Radical Expressions HW # 19 Day 29: 11/ Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Radical Expressions LAB QUIZ 7 (7.7, 10.1,10.2,10.3) Day 30: 11/03 Review for the Test 4 HW # 20 Day 31: 11/05 Test 4 HW # 21 Day 32: 11/ Rationalizing Denominators of Radical Expressions Day 33: 11/ Radical Equations and Problem Solving HW # 22 Day 34: 11/ Complex Numbers LAB QUIZ 8 (10.4,10.5,10.6) Day 35: 11/ Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square HW # 23 Day 36: 11/ Solving Quadratic Equations by the Quadratic Formula HW # 24 Day 37: 11/ Quadratic Functions and Their Graphs LAB QUIZ 9 (10.7, 11.1,11.2) Day 38: 11/ Further Graphing of Quadratic Functions HW # 25 Day 39: 11/24 Review for the Test 5 LAB QUIZ 10 (11.5,11.6,overvie w) Day 40: 12/01 Test 5 Day 41: 12/03 Review for a final exam HW # 26 Day 42: 12/05 Review for a final exam Day 43: 12/08 FINAL EXAM MATH 0310 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA COURSE OBJECTIVES Textbook Reference: Beginning & Intermediate Algebra 4e, MartinGay Upon successful completion of this course, students will: Textbook Ref. 1. Define, represent, and perform operations on real and complex numbers. Page 7 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
8 Upon successful completion of this course, students will: Textbook Ref. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers Recognize, understand, and analyze features of a function. Identify a relation as a function given (i) a set of points, (ii) an equation, (iii) a graph using the vertical line test, or (iv) a table of values. Graph a quadratic function by plotting the intercepts, the vertex, and utilizing the axis of symmetry. Find (i) the vertex using b b, f, (ii) the direction of the parabola, and (iii) the axis 2a 2a 2 of symmetry, given a quadratic function in the form f ( x) ax bx c. 3.6, 8.2, Supplement For (iv) Determine any maximum or minimum, given a graph of a quadratic function (Obj. 3 Graph an absolute value equation. Absolute Value only) Evaluate a function for a specified value given an equation and a graph. 3.6, 8.2 Determine the domain of a function given an equation. 3.6 Determine the domain and range of a graph. 3.6 Determine the domain of a radical function from an equation and a graph Find the sum, difference, product, and quotient of two functions, and the domain of the quotient of two functions Recognize and use algebraic (field) properties, concepts, procedures (including factoring), and algorithms to combine, transform, and evaluate absolute value, polynomial, radical, and rational expressions. Factor a polynomial of the form ax 2 + bx + c, a 0 and a Use a general strategy to factor a polynomial completely. (Integrated Review, p.402) Reduce a rational expression to lowest terms. 7.1 Multiply and divide two rational expressions. 7.2 Add and subtract two rational expressions. 7.3, 7.4 Simplify a complex fraction. 7.7 Simplify a radical expression Evaluate a radical function Evaluate an absolute value expression 9.2 Simplify an expression containing rational exponents Add, subtract, and multiply radical expressions Divide an expression with a monomial or binomial denominator containing a radical Identify and solve absolute value, polynomial, radical, and rational equations. Solve an equation containing rational expressions. 7.5 Solve an absolute value equation. 9.2 Solve a quadratic equation with integer coefficients by (i) factoring, (ii) using the square root principle, (iii) completing the square, and (iv) the quadratic formula. 6.6, 11.1, 11.2 Solve a radical equation Identify and solve absolute value and linear inequalities. Solve an absolute value inequality 9.3 Solve a linear inequality in one variable, and express the solution (i) in setbuilder notation, (ii) as a graph, and (iii) in interval notation. 6. Model, interpret and justify mathematical ideas and concepts using multiple representations. 7. Connect and use multiple strands of mathematics in situations and problems, as well as in the study of other disciplines. Page 8 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus , Set Builder Supplement
9 Upon successful completion of this course, students will: Textbook Ref. Solve an application requiring a quadratic equation. 11.1, 11.2 Solve an application requiring a rational equation. 7.6 (Obj. 3, 4, 5) Solve an application requiring a radical equation The student will demonstrate competency in the use of a graphing calculator by: Using the ROOT (ZERO) and INTERSECT features to solve an equation. 6.6, 7.5, 10.6, 11.1 Checking solutions to a linear or quadratic equation using the VARS, VALUE, STO or TABLE feature. Calculator Supplement Identifying the maximum or minimum value of a quadratic function using the MINIMUM or MAXIMUM feature. Calculator Supplement Graphing a linear function. 8.1, Appendix D Using the appropriate. 3,, x features to verify the simplification of a radical expression, when Calculator Supplement Page 9 of 9 MATH 0310 S06 Syllabus
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