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Unformatted text preview: Much of chemistry is mathematically-based. As such, we will be carrying out mathematical calculations for most of the semester. The pre-requisite math course for this class is MAT 1033. If it has been some time since you took MAT 1033, you will probably need to brush up on your skills. Because of the vast amount of chemistry material that must be taught during the semester, it is impossible to take the time to cover pre-requisite math material. It is your responsibility to make sure you can do the basic mathematical operations required in this course. Attached is a math review homework assignment. The problems in this assignment are typical mathematical calculations that you will encounter in this course. If you find that you need some assistance, two types of math tutorials are available on CourseCompass: 1. The first ( Full Math Review ) is simply a text format that you can print and read. To access the Full Math Review: a. Login in to CourseCompass b. On the lefthand side of the screen, click on Study Tools c. Click on Math Review Index d. Click on Full Math Review 2. The second ( Interact Math ) is an interactive tutorial program. To access Interact Math: a. Login in to CourseCompass b. On the lefthand side of the screen, click on Study Tools c. Click on Interact Math. d. Follow the instructions on the screen to activate the tutorial. If after consulting the tutorials you find that you cannot do the problems, or that you are struggling to answer them, please visit the Math Lab in room 1375. This assignment is due exactly one week after the first day of class . It will count as a 100-point assignment. As with all assignments in this course, incomplete or late work WILL NOT be accepted. You must answer each of the questions and show your work on separate sheets of paper to receive full credit. Take the time to complete this assignment with your utmost effort . This assignment was developed after finding that students who do not succeed in this course do so because of poor math skills....
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2011 for the course CHM 1045 taught by Professor Yasui during the Spring '09 term at Broward College.
- Spring '09