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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityCollege of Science and TechnologyDepartment of MathematicsPre Calculus for Engineering and ScienceCourse Syllabus-Fall 2019Course InformationCourse Number/Section:Math110.003Term:Fall 2019Semester Credit Hours:4Times and Days:9:00-9:50 pm, MTWRFClass Location:Marteena 216/218Instructor Contact InformationInstructorDr. Ahmad DeebOffice LocationMarteena 228Office Phone336-2852075Email Address[email protected]Student Hours:10:00 – 10:50 & 12:00 –12:50 M/T/W/F,2-2:50 M&W.These aretimes you may visit your professor without an appointment to request the assistancethat you need.Note: Students are responsible for reading, understanding, and following their syllabi.Course Pre-requisites:SAT MATH scores 490-540, or SAT Subject MATH Level II scores 470-530, or ACTMATH scores 19 -21, or Math Dept Algebra Placement Test scores at least 20, or MathDept Precalculus Placement Test scores 13-16, or C and above in Math102.Course DescriptionAlgebraic properties of the number system, fundamental operations, exponents andradicals, functions and graphs, solutions of equations and systems of equations,trigonometric functions and identities, inequalities, logarithms, mathematical induction,binomial theorem will be studied.Student Learning Objectives/OutcomesThe course object is to prepare students (of Engineering and Sciences) for Calculus intheir knowledge and computational skills of Algebra and Trigonometry.Objective: Students will enhance their algebra skills in exponents and radicals.Outcomes:Students should be able to correctly use rules of exponents to conductexponential operations of multiplications, quotients and powers;
Students will demonstrate ability to evaluate and simplify operations ofradicals;Students will demonstrate ability to covert between radicals and rationalexponents;Objective:Students will be able to conduct operations of polynomials andrational expressions.Outcomes:Students will be able to add/subtract, subtract and multiply polynomials;Students will be able to factorize polynomials;Students will be able to add/subtract, multiply and simplify rationalexpressions of polynomials.Objective:Students will be able to solve algebraic equations and algebraicinequalities.Outcomes:Students will be able to solve linear and quadratic equations;Students will be able to solve polynomial equations and inequalities,rational equations and inequalities by factoring;Students will be able to solve equations and inequalities involvingabsolute values.Objective:Students will be able to master concepts of functions and graphs.Outcomes:Students will be able to determine the domain and the range of basic algebraicfunctions and radical functions;Students will be able to graph some basic functions and their transformations;Students will be able to sketch the transformations of functions;Students can do basic operations of functions, and composition of functions;

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