1105_Syl_F11 - MAC1105 Room L-258 Section 025 TH...

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MAC1105 College Algebra Fall, 2011 Room L-258 Section 025 TH 11:00-12:15 Section 026 TH 12:30-1:45 Section 029 TH 2:00-3:15 Instructor: Bruce Teague Email: [email protected] Instructor Website: http://people.sfcollege.edu/bruce.teague/ Office: B-230, Unit 7 Office Phone: (352) 395-5114 College Math Lab: G-14 Office Hours: Mon. 11:00-4:00 Tue. none Wed. none Thu. 9:00-11:00 Fri. 11:00-2:00 Text: Rockswald, , 4th edition, Pearson Pub., ISBN# 0558663214 This is a custom edition for Santa Fe College that includes the MyMathLab Student Access Kit. Course Description: This is the third semester of a three semester algebra sequence. This course includes the study of relations; linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, radical, absolute value, rational and polynomial functions, including their properties and graphs; radicals, exponents, complex numbers, and absolute values; and systems of equations and inequalities. For official course descriptions and learning outcomes, as well as college policies that relate to this class, please go to: http://www.sfcollege.edu/math/index.php?section=course_descriptions General Education Requirements: Formerly known as the “Gordon Rule”, graduation requirements for an A.A. Degree include completion of six semester hours of mathematics with a grade of C or higher. A grade of C or higher in this course satisfies 3 hours of that requirement. A grade of D will allow the course to count as an elective, but neither Gordon Rule nor General Education credit will be given. Drop Deadline: The deadline to withdraw and receive a ‘W’ is Monday, 11/7. Technology: A graphics calculator is required, and a calculator from the Texas Instruments TI83Plus, or 84 families is recommended. Calculators with CAS capability (like the TI89) are prohibited on tests. Online Assessments: As part of an ongoing pilot that attempts to promote greater student engagement in the learning process, students will use MyMathLab (MML) to complete online homework and online quizzes. There will be 8 online quizzes. The lowest quiz will be dropped, and the average of the remaining quizzes counts for 10% of the course grade. The online homework does not count in the course grade, but students must score at least 80% on the online homework to qualify to take the online quiz on that material. Students get three attempts at each online quiz and only the highest grade counts. If the student starts a quiz and stops before it’s completed, further access to that quiz will be blocked until the student emails the instructor to explain why they stopped. The intention: When the student starts a quiz, we want them to finish it. Projects:
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