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f06Syl170 - MAT 170 PRE-CALCULUS Fall 2006 Syllabus(rev...

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1MAT 170: PRE-CALCULUS Fall 2006 Syllabus (rev 5/12/2009) Instructor : Rodger Moffett SLNs: 03410, 02806, 10441, 17867 Office : Psa202-Psa204 Tentative Office Hours : MWF 9:30-10:30; MW 2:30-3:30 E-mail [email protected] Phone : (480) 965-2256 This Syllabus URL : http://math.asu.edu/~moffett/f06Syl170oc Instructor URL : http://math.asu.edu/~moffett Text :  Precalculus Essentials, Second Edition, Robert Blitzer, Prentice Hall. Calculator :  A graphing calculator is required for this course.  You can use almost any newer graphing calculator (though those that do  symbolic logic like the Casio FX2, Casio 9970Gs, or the TI-92 are not allowed).  I will demonstrate concepts using the Casio CFX-9850GB  Plus. Tutor Center :  The Math Tutor Center is in PSA 116.  In order to be admitted to the Tutor Center you must have a valid ASU "Sun  Card"  ASU Learning Resource Center (LRC) :  The LRC provides counseling, tutoring in math (and many other subjects),  supplemental instruction, and other types of support to students.  It is located in the Student Services Building Room 394A. Tests :  You will take seven in-class tests during the semester.  The tests will involve a mix of mechanical skills and conceptual reasoning.  The best possible preparation for them is regular attendance and completion of assigned homework and quizzes.  Dates and sections are  listed in the table. Test Date Sections on Test Test #1 W 09/01 P(1-9) Test #2 M 09/18 1(1-10) Test #3 M 10/02 2(1-8) Test #4 M 10/16 3(1-5) Test #5 M 10/30 4(1-8) Test #6 W 11/15 5(1-5) Test #7 F 12/01 6(1,2,6,7) Final TBA All (comprehensive) Make-up for Tests :  Make-ups are given at my discretion and only in the case of verified medical or other documented emergencies.  Make-ups will be extremely rare .  Try to notify me before the test is given (otherwise your non-emergency excuse probably will 
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