Syllabus for MAT 211 - Syllabus for MAT 211 – Mathematics...

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Syllabus for MAT 211 – Mathematics for Business Analysis Instructor Info Name: Jonathan Perinetti Phone: (480) 965-9668 E-mail: [email protected] - this is the best way to contact me - even better is to ask questions after class - when e-mailing, include the class you are in (days of week and time, e.g. MAT 211, MWF, 10:00 AM) - be sure to check your SPAM folder frequently, as sometimes e-mails I send students are accidentally filtered * Note about e-mail: When I send announcements, they will go to your @asu.edu account. You need to check this account regularly. I cannot be responsible for announcements you did not receive because you are using a different account than the one assigned by the university. Homepage: http://math.la.asu.edu/~perinetti Department course website: http://math.asu.edu/first-year-math/mat-211-mathematics- business-analysis Office Hours: See homepage Basic Course Info Materials… Text Two options for textbook: 1) You may buy a brand new book, MAT 210/211 Brief Calculus and Mathematics for Business Analysis by Waner and Costenoble, 6th edition. Accompanying a new text is an access code you will need to register for the homework online. 2) You may buy an access code online with an e-book. The e-book is the textbook listed above in electronic format. Go to www.webassign.net if you decide to use this option. Calculator A graphing calculator is required for this course. Recommended model is the TI 83/84 or similar, as this is what I will use in class to demonstrate problems. Calculators with QWERTY keyboards or those that do symbolic algebra, such at the Casio FX2, Casio 9970Gs, TI-89, or TI-92 cannot be used on exams. Computer You must have access to a computer Prerequisites… MAT 210, MAT 251, MAT 265, or MAT 270 with C or better. Coursework… Weekly Homework Homework will be done via WebAssign at http://www.webassign.com/ . – Students are responsible for checking each week to see what homework has been posted and are due. – Except for emergencies, no late homework will be accepted – THIS INCLUDES TECHNICAL PROBLEMS THAT ARISE RIGHT BEFORE THE ASSIGNMENT IS DUE – In the case of emergencies, you must provide proof via documentation and notify your instructor within three days of the assignment's due date Regular Exams There will be two exams given throughout the semester, each one covering the material since the last exam. No test grade will be dropped from your grade record. The best possible preparation for them is
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regular attendance and completion of assigned homework. – The exams will be done in class. – Turn off all electronic devices before beginning the exam.
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