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Unformatted text preview: EVALUATION PROCEDURES MATHEMATICS 1090 Winter 2016 SECTION 003 CRN 63982 Professor W. Carson Leonard Office HH 3031 864 -3471 cleonarda munxa Office Hours ( appointments not necessary) Monday 11 am to noon Wednesday 11 am to noon Thursday 9a m to 10 am Thursday 11 am to noon Friday 9 am to 10 am Students should read the general regulations for examinations as given the University Calendar. A term mark of 40% will be based on two in class tests each worth 15 % and the 5 highest assignments worth 2% each. The in class tests will be held on February 11‘h and March 17‘h . [[101 any reason classes are cancelled on the date at a test , the test will be given in the next scheduled class. Make up tests will not be given for the in class test. Students missing the test should contact their Professor as soon as possible. Assignments not submitted by the end of the scheduled class will not be marked as solutions will be available on line after the class on the course web site. No calculators are permitted during any test or examination. No electronic devices are permitted at your desk during any test or examination without the permission of the Professor. A final examination mark of 60 % will be based on a comprehensive final examination given at the end of the term at a time and place scheduled by the Registrar’s Office. Tentative assignment due dates 1) January 22 2) January 29 3) February 5 4) February 12 5) February 19 6) March 11 7) March 18 8) March 24 Important dates to note Thursday February 11th Test 1 February 22nd to 28‘h no classes February 24th Last day to drop without academic prejudice Thursday March 17‘h Test 2 April 6‘h Classes end. Classes follow Friday schedule April 11‘h Exams begin Mathematics 1090 (Algebra and Trigonometry) Course Outline Text: Algebra and Trigonometry: Taken from Preculcnlus. 3"" Ed by Robert Blitzer 0R .llgebra and Trigonometry Taken/ion: Precalculus. 2"“ Ed by Ruben Blitzer OR .llgebru um! Trigonometry: leom Editianjbr .llemorial University: Tukenfi-om Prom/cums by Robert Blitzer UNIT I - REAL NUMBERS/ALGEBRA REVIEW( l l lectures) l Sections in Text a 3 & 4'” Ed. |,| Algebraic Expressions and Real Numbers (Omit Math Models) LZ Exponents (Omit Scientific Notation) l.) Radicals and Rational Exponents l .4 Polynomials 1.5 Factoring Polynomials L6 Rational Expressions l .7 Complex Numbers l.8 Midpoint/Distance Formulas L9 Solving Equations l.l0 Solving Inequalities iiiiili 1: >1 'u N UNIT 11 — FUNCTIONS (8 lectures) 2 I Lines and Slopes 2.2 Circles 2 3 Functions- 2.4 Graphs of Functions 2.5 Transformations of Functions 2.6 Compdsite Functions 2.7 inverse Functions UNIT III - POLYNOMIALS (8 lectures) 3.! Quadratic Functions 3.2 Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree (Read Only) 3 3 Polynomials and Synthetic Division. Remainder and Factor ' Theorems 3.4 Zeros of Polynomial Functions UNIT [V - EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARiITHMlC FUNCTIONS (6 lecture“ «Ll Exponential Functions and Their Graphs 4.2 Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs LJ Properties of Logaritth H Exponential and Logarithmic Equations . ® Depumnenr ot Marni-mum‘s .Iml 4r 1mm, \lcmurinl Ulllvvnlru. s \l-.......... ll. l UNIT V — TRIGONOMETRY (6 lectures) Sections in Text 5.] Radian and Degree Measure 5.2 Trigonometric Functions and The Unit Circle 5.3 Right Triangle Trigonometry 5.4 Trigonometn'c Function of Any Angle 5.5 Graphs of the Sine, Cosine, Tangent Functions UNIT VI — ANALYTIC TRIGONOMETRY (5 lectures) 6.1 Verifying Trigonometric Identities 6.2 Sum and Difference Formulas 6.3 Double and Half-Angle Formulas 6.4 Solving Trigonometric Equations ...
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