Math 1113
PRECALCULUS
Course Policies and Syllabus
Fall 2008
Instructor:
Dr. Wayne R. Matson
Office:
WH 114
Phone:
(678) 7972390
Email:
[email protected]
Time/Section/Location:
9:30am10:45am / 19 / WH 127
12:301:45pm / 22 / CL 2003
Office Hours:
8:00am9:00am MTWT
Other times by appointment
Textbook:
Precalculus
, Fourth Edition, by Bittinger, Beecher, Ellenbogen, Penna
Technology Statement:
A TI83 Plus or TI84 graphing calculator is required and will
be used throughout the course to enhance mathematical thinking and problem solving and
to judge the reasonableness of results. (An equivalent graphing calculator may be used,
but the student will be responsible for learning to use any other calculator.)
Class Schedule
:
The tentative schedule for this semester is below. Changes to the
schedule and/or syllabus will be posted on WebCT Vista.
Chapter R
August 19 + 21 + 26 + 28[Test]
Chapter 1
September 2 + 4[Test]
Chapter 2
More on Functions
September 9 + 11 + 16[Test]
Chapter 3
September 18 + 23 + 25[Test]
Chapter 4
September 30 + October 2 + 7 + 9[Test]
Chapter 5
October 14 + 16 + 21 + 23[Test]
Chapter 6
Trigonometric Equations
October 28 + 30 + November 4 + 6[Test]
Chapter 7
Trigonometric Identities
November 11 + 13 + 18 + 20[Test]
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@ 9:3011:30 &
Section 22
@
12:302:30
Grading Policy:
A Quiz each class and a Test last class of each Chapter.
The “Posted Grade” will be the
higher
of the Quizzes or the Test (with the
caveat
below)
E.g., Quizzes would be worth a total of 100 points. The Test will be worth 100 points.
If, however, a student should have a score of 100 on the Quizzes, the student must still
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