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MAC 1114 TRIGONOMETRY Fall 2011 Instructor: Warren Bernard Sections : E-mail address : [email protected] .002; room A-025; M, W, F: 10:00 -10:50am Web page : http://people.sfcollege.edu/warren.bernard .003; room A-025; M, W, F: 11:00 -11:50am Office : Unit 2, A-045 Phone : 395-5023 .005; room A-025; M, W, F: 12:00 -12:50pm Hours : M, W, F: 9:00 – 10:00am, 1:00 – 2:00pm T, H: 9:00 - 11:00am Text : TRIGONOMETRY, 9 th ed. , by Lial, Hornsby, and Schneider. ISBN # 978 0 321 52885 8 Prerequisite : MAC1105 or equivalent __________________________________________________________________________________________________ This 3 credit Gordon Rule course in combination with MAC1140 will prepare students to take the calculus sequence MAC2311, MAC2312, and MAC2313. The course includes an in-depth study of the trigonometric functions, their properties and graphs; inverse trigonometric functions, their properties and graphs; trigonometric identities; conditional trigonometric equations; vector algebra; parametric equations; polar coordinates; solutions of triangles; and applications. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Homework will be assigned for each lesson but will not be collected. A typical student should be prepared to spend at least 6-9 quality hours per week outside the classroom doing math related activities. These include reviewing class notes, trying the homework or doing the worksheets (see below). Even though homework will not be collected, your ability to understand the material and perform well on tests will be greatly enhanced by attempting the homework and keeping up with the material as it is presented in class. Feel free to visit my office doing the hours listed above, or to utilize the math lab located in room G-14. There are also resources for students available at the SFC math department home page ( http://www.sfcollege.edu/math/index.php?section=resources_student ). Regular attendance is an important component of this course. You will be given 25 points for attendance at the beginning of the semester, with 3 points subtracted per absence, beginning with the fifth absence, with no distinction between excused and unexcused absences. This policy will begin on August 26 th . Extreme cases will be dealt with on an individual basis. There will be six worksheets due on days posted on the calendar (see page 3). These take-home worksheets are worth 25 points each and are similar in style and content to the in-class tests to follow. Putting maximum effort into the worksheet amounts to quality study time for the test. Worksheets will not be collected late under any circumstances and a grade of zero will be assigned if a worksheet is not turned in.
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