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MAT-003-177B Transition Math (Hybrid)Fall 2021 – Full SyllabusInstructor InformationInstructor:Natalie FranklinEmail:[email protected]Course DetailsDay(s):Fri/SatTime:1:00 pm – 3:40 pmLocation:MC02-152General InformationDescriptionThis course provides an opportunity to customize foundational math content in specific math areas andwill include developing a growth mindset. Content will be appropriate to the required level of thestudent and their program. Upon completion, students will demonstrate mastery of their required mathcontent areas.Course MaterialsRequired MaterialsLoose leaf or spiral notebookCalculator with square root keyCourse CompetenciesDevelop the academic habits, learning strategies, social skills, and growth mindset necessary tobe successful in mathematics.Demonstrate mastery in the topics required for the student’s program of study as listed below:Tier 1– Mastery of Units 1-8 places student in MAT-110 with no co-req OR MAT-143, MAT-152 with co-reqUnit 1 Whole NumbersUnit 2 Fractions and Mixed NumbersUnit 3 DecimalsUnit 4 Ratios, Rates and ProportionsUnit 5 PercentUnit 6 MeasurementUnit 7 GeometryRevised August 2021Page 1MAT-003-177B is a hybrid coursefor Fall 2021.We will meetphysically on campus for 2 days,on Fridays and Saturdays from1:00 – 3:40 pm, and in additionthere will be required weeklyactivities inSakai.Note that the last day of thiscourse is Tuesday, December14th.
Unit 8 Real NumbersTier 2– Mastery of Units 1-12 places student inMAT-110, MAT-143, MAT-152 with no co-req OR MAT-121, MAT-171 with co-reqUnit 9 Solving Equations and InequalitiesUnit 10 GraphingUnit 11 Exponents and PolynomialsUnit 12 Concepts in StatisticsTier 3– Mastery of Units 1-16 places student inMAT-110, MAT -121, MAT-143, MAT-152, MAT-171 with no co-req requirementUnit 13 FactoringUnit 14 Rational ExpressionsUnit 15 Radical Expressions and Quadratic EquationsUnit 16 FunctionsCollege PoliciesDurham Tech has established policies that support student learning and communicate high expectations forstudents. Please review the policies in the alphabetized list below, so you can successfully meet the college’sexpectations.Academic HonestyDurham Technical Community College establishes and follows a process for defining and addressingacademic dishonesty when it occurs either inside or outside the classroom.Academic dishonesty is the participation or collaboration in specific prohibited forms of conduct.Participation or collaboration may be active (such as submitting a term paper that includes plagiarized work)or passive (such as receiving a copy of a test before class). Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limitedto, the following examples:1.Unauthorized copying, collaboration, or use of notes, books, or other materials onexaminations or other academic exercises including:1.Sharing information about an exam with a student who has not taken that exam;2.Obtaining information about the contents of a test the student has not taken;3.

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Fall
Professor
Robins
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Academic dishonesty, Vocational education, Durham North Carolina, Durham Technical Community College

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