Math 90 - Syllabus - Winter 2016 (3).doc

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California State University, San Bernardino College of Natural Sciences/Mathematics Department Math 90: Intermediate Algebra, Section 09, Winter 2016 Class Number: 23404 Course and Instructor Information Instructor: Charles Seager Office location: JB-526 Telephone: 909-537-3833 ext 73833 Email: [email protected] Office hours: TR 2:00-3:00 p.m. Class Days/Time: TR 12:00-1:50 p.m. Room: JB-254 Course Description This course will cover solving systems of linear equations, linear inequalities, systems of linear inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, proportions, rational equations, variation problems, radicals, complex numbers and graphs of quadratic functions.. Goals and Objectives The students will be able to solve word problems using rational equations, variation problems, solve linear inequalities in one and two variables, solve absolute value equations and inequalities, solve radical and rational exponent problems, solve quadratic equations, graph quadratic functions, and solve systems of linear equations and inequalities. Required Texts / Required Supplies Textbook Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, 3rd Edition, Michael Sullivan, III, Katherine R. Struve, and Janet Mazzarella.
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Supply requirements MyMathLab (MML) code, textbook, notebook with paper, graph paper, pencils, ruler, and erasers. No calculators or cell phones. Prerequisites You should have completed Math 80 with a grade of C or better or have a passing score on the Entry Level Mathematics (ELM) examination. Tests There will be two (2) exams during the quarter as well as the Final Exam. If you are unable to make one of these, please let me know in advance and you will be given another exam prior to the date of the test. If you miss an exam, the grade you receive for your final exam will be given as the grade for the missed exam. There are NO make-up exams. The final exam will be held on Thursday March 24, 2016 from 12:00-1:50 p.m. The exam is comprehensive. There are not make-ups of the final exam. So if you do not show up for the final exam, you will be given a “NC”. In order to pass this class you will have to get a minimal grade on this exam, which will be determined by the Mathematics Department.
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