mac1114.03 - TRIGONOMETRY MAC 1114 SPRING 2009 Instructor...

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TRIGONOMETRY – MAC 1114 – SPRING 2009 Instructor: Barry Griffiths E-mail: [email protected] Class Time: MWF 3:30-4:20pm Class Location: HEC 125 Office: MAP 115 Textbook: Trigonometry, A Unit Circle Approach (eighth edition), by Sullivan (available online and in the bookstore) Online Homework: There will be 11 online homework assignments, which will count 15% towards your final grade. Go to to register and log-in, using the instructions printed on the last few pages of the syllabus and the access code enclosed with the textbook. Exams: There will be three midterm exams which will count for 60% of your final grade, and a comprehensive final exam worth 25%. However if you score well on the final exam it will replace the lowest midterm exam and count for 45%. EXAMS MUST BE SCHEDULED IN ADVANCE USING THE MY MATH LAB PROGRAM. Calculators: The use of a TI-30XA calculator is permitted during the exams. Grade Policy: Final grade assignment follows the standard scale: A : 90-100% B : 80-89% C : 70-79% F : 0-69% NC: NC grades will be awarded at the instructor’s discretion based on regular attendance, class participation, and homework/exam performance. Attendance/Etiquette: It is strongly recommended that you attend all lectures, and pay attention. Experience has showed that students who regularly miss class do not perform up to their potential and often fail the class. Once inside the lecture hall you should turn off all cell-phones and pagers and not use them during class. Leaving a lecture early without a pre-approved reason will result in a 7-point penalty on the next exam. NO MAKE-UP EXAMS OR QUIZZES WILL BE GIVEN IN THIS CLASS. Extra Help: In addition to the focus groups, the Math Lab is available free of charge to all students enrolled in the course. The Math Lab is located in MAP 113, and is open Monday to Thursday from 9am to 7pm, on Friday from 9am to 3pm, and on Sunday from 2pm to 6pm. Cheating: Anyone who compromises the integrity of the exams or quizzes will subject to harsh penalties, up to and including receiving a failing grade for the course.
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