Syllabus Math 120 Su05

# Trigonometry

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Math 120 Trigonometry Summer 2005, 3 Credits, SDSMT Finding Your Instructor Roger Johnson ("Roger" or "Mr. Johnson" is fine), McLaury 308 (inner office) email: Roger.Johnson@sdsmt.edu, web: http://www.mcs.sdsmt.edu/rwjohnso/ (this page is available via the link "Course Syllabi") phone: 394-2471 (math/cs office) (Tentative) Office Hours MWTh, 9:00 - 9:50 and 1:00 - 2:00 Class meetings are MWTh in McLaury 313 10:00-11:50, June 6 through July 28 (July 4 is a holiday; so 19 lecture days and 4 exam days). The last day to drop for 100% refund is June 10; last day to drop with a 'W' is July 13. The final exam is on Thursday, July 28, 10:00 - 11:50. Prerequisites A 'C' or better in Math 102, College Algebra or an acceptable score on the COMPASS placement examination. Required : Trigonometry: A Unit Circle Approach , 7th edition, by Michael Sullivan (\$77.50 used, \$96.75 new SDSMT bookstore) Course Description From the catalog: Trigonometric functions, equations, and identities; inverse trigonometric functions; exponential and logarithmic functions, and applications of these functions.

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Tentative Material and Text Sections: Trigonometric Functions (Chapter 2), Inverse Trig Functions and Identities (Chapter 3), Applications of Trig Functions (Chapter 4 and Appendix A.4), Vectors and Polar Coordinates (selected portions of Chapter 5). Course Objective This course will build upon basic algebraic and trigonometric concepts to prepare the student for upper-division mathematics courses. The student will acquire additional mathematical maturity and be able to apply trigonometric concepts to solve a variety of problems. Academic Outcomes (No Child Left Behind) A student who successfully completes this should, at a minimum, be able to: 1. define radian and degree measures and be able to convert between the two 2. list the features of the unit circle and state the definitions of sine and cosine 3. state the definitions of the trigonometric functions tangent, cosecant, secant and cotangent
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