MAT 210 Syllabus.pdf - MAT 210 Brief Calculus(Hybrid Fall 2019 Syllabus \u2013 Monday Class Instructor Jay Abramson Office Wexler 633 SLN 76933 76937

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Arizona State University, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Fall 2019 1 MAT 210: Brief Calculus (Hybrid) Fall, 2019 Syllabus – Monday Class Instructor: Jay Abramson Office: Wexler 633 SLN: 76933, 76937 Office Hours: Mon and Wed: 2pm-3pm, Tue and Th: noon-1pm Telephone: 480-727-1970 E-mail: [email protected] Textbook: Finite Mathematics & Applied Calculus, Waner & Costenoble, Cengage Publishing, 7th edition. It is recommended that students who are required to also take MAT 211 purchase the package which includes the text and access to the online homework. Students who are required to only take MAT 210 may either just purchase online access or purchase the package. Further information will be given during the first class. Prerequisites: Students of MAT 210 are expected to complete MAT 117 (College Algebra) with a grade of A, B or C or have a satisfactory placement test score. Graphing Calculator: A graphing calculator is required for this course. Highly recommended models include the TI-83/84 calculators and the Casio 9750G or 9850GB Plus calculators. * NOT permitted : calculators with QWERTY keyboards or those that do symbolic algebra, such as the Casio FX2, Casio 9970Gs, TI-89, or TI-92 Fall 2019 Graphing Calculator Workshops The Fall 2019 workshops for Texas Instruments TI 83/84 graphing calculators will be Course Format This course uses a hybrid format meaning that students attend class half as much as in a traditional section. Students are responsible for watching the video presentation(s) for the section(s) which will be covered in a given week before attending class. WebAssign: Online homework will be submitted online via the internet using the online homework system, WebAssign. In order to log on to WebAssign, go to . In order to register for WebAssign, you must have an ACCESS CODE and a Class Key. The ACCESS CODE can be purchased with a 1) new textbook, or 2 ) online or 3) through Cengage Unlimited If you choose to purchase WebAssign through Cengage Unlimited , this is a digital subscription service designed to save you a lot of money. With Cengage Unlimited, you can access ANY Cengage materials you’re using across ALL of your courses AND a library of over 22,000 e-books, study guides and reference materials. Cengage Unlimited costs $119.99 for one term (four months), $179.99 for a multi-term (12 month) subscription or $239.99 for a multi-term (24-month) subscription. You can register for WebAssign and start working without purchasing an access code for 14 days. After that, you must purchase an access code. If you plan to take MAT 211, it is suggested that you purchase the textbook bundled with online access since there are additional topics covered which are not in the eBook. Class Key: asu 9839 0575
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Arizona State University, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Fall 2019 2 Tentative Monday Lecture Schedule: Week of Section and Description Comments Aug 22-23 Classes Begin Th Aug 22 Aug 26-30 Introduction 10.1: Limits: Numerical and Graphical Approaches Sep 2-6 Mon Sep 2 ASU Holiday Sep 9-13 10.2: Limits and Continuity 10.3: Limits and Continuity: Algebraic Approach 10.4:
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