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Precalculus Fall 2010 Syllabus – Page 1 MATH 1160: PRECALCULUS Fall 2010 Section 1 MTuWThF 1:00-1:50 pm Ellis Auditorium Name: Amanda Clayton Office: 203 Math Sciences Bldg. Email: [email protected] Phone: 573-882-5353 Office Hours: TBA and Posted on Blackboard Website Blackboard Course Website: http://courses.missouri.edu Department Course Website: http://www.math.missouri.edu/courses/math1160/index.html Free Tutoring: Provided by the Learning Center http://learningcenter.missouri.edu Prerequisites: To qualify for enrollment in Precalculus at MU (Math 1160), you must satisfy ONE of the following criteria: 1. A grade of C- or higher in MATH 1100/1120 at MU, or at another institution of higher learning. 2. A grade of B+ or higher in Math 0110 at MU. 3. An ALEKS exam score of 45% or higher. Students who do not meet the placement requirements WILL BE DROPPED from Math1160. Textbook: Precalculus , 5 th ed., by Stewart, Redlin, Watson CPSrf Clicker: This class uses the Classroom Performance System (CPSrf) to enhance your learning experience. Students who do not already have a response pad (clicker) will need to purchase one at the University Bookstore. Every student will need a current Activation Code available online or at the bookstore. Instructions for registering and using your pad are included with the unit. You must also register using your full name and student Pawprint. (Use your pawprint when asked for username or student id.) You will also be asked for a “class key” for each class; this course’s key is: G20157K732. This information must be entered correctly in order to receive points for class participation and other exercises using CPS. *You are required to bring your response pad to every class session.* Attendance will be collected using the CPS in addition to participation points. If you have technical problems, contact me immediately. NOTE: Use of another student’s clicker is considered cheating and will be treated as academic dishonesty, described below.
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