Unformatted text preview: DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
STUDENT SYLLABUS MAC1140 3 1
FALL2006 um" 2” . INSTRUCTOR: Ms . A N MW/MWF Classes
OFFICE: {L C (Eh/ﬂoor Dthqmau; nguj en @ SCS . (£80 . Itch)
OFFICEHOURS: M (4044) 9 W (M _ 41:50)) F J...) ELIGIBILITY You will be deemed eligible for this course if (1) you have credit for MAC 1102 or
MAC 1105 (or an equivalent course in College Algebra) with a grade of C— or better, or (2) you have
scored in AMP Group A3 or higher, or (3) you scored 600 or higher on the quantitative SAT test or 26
or higher on the math ACT test. It is the student's responsibility to check and prove eligibility.
Ineligible students will not be allowed to take this course. Advisement assistance is available in 222
LOV. ATTENDANCE Students whose names do not appear on the class roll cannot attend classes. Students
are expected to attend classes, and students with excessive (excused or unexcused) absences will not be
given a passing grade or a grade of I. TEXT MAC 1105/1140 Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities by Sullivan & Sullivan
Reference: Online course notes at http://www.math.fsu.edu/~stiles/ssfiles. ( Login: ssfiles; pw: stiles) CALCULATOR POLICY Calculators may not be used on any tests. Any person using an
unauthorized calculator on a test/quiz will be given a grade of zero on the test/quiz. A graphing calculator is recommended for checking homework problems. INTERNET ADDRESSES: http://www.math.fsu.edu/~basicmath (useful information)
http://www.math.fsu.edu/~stiles (course coordinator)
http://wwwmath.fsu.edu/~stiles/1 14035yl.htm (student syllabus) _
http://einstein.math.fsu.edu:9080 (practice tests) 6— IM FOR—IAN I
http://www.math.fsu.edu/~stiles/ssﬁles (course notes) COURSE CONTENT ‘ ' Unit I: 3.13.8; 4.1—4.3 ' TEST#1: Wednesday, September 27 (Unit 1)
Unit II 4.4—4.7; 9.1—9.4; 10.1—10.2 TEST#2: Wednesday, November 1 (Unit 11)
Unit III: 10.310.5; 11.111.2 TEST#3: Wednesday, November 29 (Unit 111) UnitIV:11.311.5 FINAL EXAM (Cf. Directory of Classes) if it) ' I [2ng , , 2 )(Unitl— IV) 402 — Pm COURSE OBJECTIVES This course is intended to give students important mathematical background
needed for the study of more advanced courses in mathematics, engineering, and computer science. HOMEWORK PROBLEMS The on—line class notes contain problems chosen to emphasize important
course material. Working these problems should help students understand the course material and'
prepare for tests. PRACTICE TESTS Practice tests are available over the Internet at the following‘ URL:
http://einstein.math.tsu.edu:9080. The questions on the inclass unit tests M e ve similar to
questions on e on me practice tests. .  TEST/QUIZ POLICIES No makeu tests or earl tests or uizzes will be' iven. A test absence or
quiz absence will be excused only if the student presents sui‘Ticient veriﬁable evidence of acceptable,
extenuating, unavoidable circumstances. An'acceptable medical excuse must state explicitly that the
holder should be excused from class. Students missing class because of a family death must show evidence of the death and evidence of the relationship to the deceased. Students will not be given
excused absences to attend family functions or nonuniversity activities. If a test absence is excused, then the final exam grade will be used for the missed test rade.
The ﬁnalexam rade minus a nalt will be used for. an unexcused test rade. If a uiz absence is
excused then no rade Will “Biezisgignmed t9 the missed gTiiz. A grade OI zero willﬁhassigneg £91; an
M. No quiz or test grades will be dropped. tu ents must bring FSU ID cards to all tests. GRADING There will be three unit tests, a cumulative final examination, and several short quizzes.
Numerical course grades will be determined by the larger of AV] and Av2 where Avl =
(SU+Q+4E)/10, Av2 = (4U+Q+5E)/10, U = test weighted average = (3T]+4T2+5T3)/]2, Q = quiz
average, E = final exam grade. Letter grades will be determined from rounded numerical grades as
follows. A: 90100; B: 8089; C: 70—79; D: 6069; F: 0—59. Plus/Minus grades will be assigned to
high/low numerical grades; for example, 77.5  79.4 would be a C+, 69.5 — 724 would be a C;
analogous +/ grades would be assigned to other numerical grades. HELP CENTER The Help Center is located in 110 MCH (old EDU). The operating hours are
MTWR 2:00—8:00 pm, The Help Center is closed on Fridays and on weekends. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY The academic honor system is followed strictly. Students possessing
unauthorized notes, using prohibited calculators, or giving/receiving unauthorized assistance on an
exam will be given a grade of zero on that exam; and'violators may be remanded to the university ,
judicial ofﬁcer for further action. ADA STATEMENT Students with disabilities needing academic accommodations should: 1) register
with the Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC); 2) bring letters to their instructors from SDRC
indicating they need and have been certiﬁed to receive academic accommodations. This should be done
within the first week of classes. Students will not be given special accommodations until they are
certiﬁed. ...
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