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Syllabus - CHE 1110 Introduction to General Chemistry(all...

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CHE 1110: Introduction to General Chemistry (all sections) Fall 2009 Required: 1. James E. Brady, Fred Senese Chemistry: The Study of Matter and Its Changes 2008, Wiley, 5 th Edition. 2. N. Jespersen Laboratory Manual for General Chemistry and Introduction to General and Organic Chemistry 2009 – 2010, Wiley, 10 th Edition. 3. “Wiley Plus” access code for online homework: Purchased as part of the package or directly from Wiley at: http://www.wiley.com/college/buywileyplus 4. Laboratory Notebook with numbered pages. (Composition notebook is OK.) 5. Scientific Calculator Recommended: 6. James E. Brady, Fred Senese Chemistry: The Study of Matter and Its Changes, Student Study Guide 2008, Wiley, 5 th Edition. 7. James E. Brady, Fred Senese Chemistry: The Study of Matter and Its Changes, Student Solutions Manual 2008, Wiley, 5 th Edition. Grading: (1000 points total) 1. Lecture Exams (400 points) There will be three exams given during lecture on the days indicated in your schedule (100 points each). Your lowest exam score will be dropped. The remaining two exam grades will be averaged and multiplied by four to give a score out of 400 points. No make-up exams will be given . Exceptions will only be made for those missed for religious reasons with prior permission from the professor. A missed exam will simply be recorded as a grade of zero points. In the event of documented, extenuating circumstances, your professor may choose to pro-rate your grade for the missed exam based on your overall performance in the course, including your grade on the final exam. 2. Final Exam (250 points) This is a comprehensive examination and covers the entire semester's lecture material. 3. Recitation (100 points) Your recitation instructor will indicate how you will be assigned a recitation score. 4. Electronic Homework (50 points) You will be expected to go the Wiley Plus website and complete certain problems each week. These problem sets will be graded and count as part of your course grade. The access code to the website is located in your textbook. If you purchased a used copy of the textbook, you must purchase a new access code from the publisher (the Wiley Plus website). 5. Laboratory (200 points) Your laboratory instructor will indicate how your laboratory score will be determined. Letter Grades: The policy of the Chemistry Department is that you must pass 2 of the 3 lecture exams or the final exam with a score of 60 or more in order to receive a passing grade (D) in the course. If you meet this minimum requirement, the following point totals are needed to be assured of the corresponding letter grades in the course. If you do not meet this minimum requirement, you will receive a grade of F in the course regardless of your total points
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