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Collin County Community College – Spring Creek Campus (SCC)
Department of Mathematics - Spring 2007
10:00 am - 10:50 am (January 16 – May 12),
Associate Faculty Office: K239
Rockswold, Bennett, Briggs, College Mathematics-Custom Edition For Collin County
, Pearson Addison Wesley, 2005 & 2006
Preferably, TI-84 (regular or plus) or TI-83 graphing calculator (read the manual)
: CCCC ID card; 10 Scantron Forms # 882 – E, Binder/folder for lecture notes
Topics to include graphs and applications to linear and quadratic functions,
logarithmic and exponential functions with growth and decay, arithmetic and geometric
sequences, mathematics of finance, introductory statistics, counting methods, probability, and
other topics in management science and consumer mathematics.
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to use the various
applications to linear, quadratic, logarithmic, and exponential models including growth, decay,
arithmetic, geometric sequences, mathematics of finance, statistics, counting methods,
probability, and other topics in management science and consumer mathematics.
Syllabus available for printing at the web site:
January 16 to May 12 – Spring Term (class meeting dates)
January 29 – Census Day, last date to withdraw so that NO grade is recorded
March 12-18 – Spring Break
April 6-8 – Spring Holiday
April 13 – Last day to drop a class with a “W”
May 11 – Final Exam
Note. See the CCCC Spring 2007 schedule for more information on critical dates!
The last date to withdraw with a “W” is April 13, 2007. If you withdraw on or
before this date you will receive a W grade. If you withdraw after this date you will receive the
grade of F. You must call or go to the Registrar's office at CCCC to obtain an Add/Drop form.
Complete this form and submit it to the Office of Admissions and Records on or before the last