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Math 1300 Course Syllabus Math 1300 Course Syllabus The information contained in this class outline is an abbreviated version of the Course Policies on my website. To read the full policy statement please check there. Components and Weights of Semester Assignments: Daily Poppers 8% Homework 8% Quizzes 12% Test 1 – 4 12% each Final Exam 24% Textbook: The text can be found online at www.casa.uh.edu or at online.math.uh.edu/Math1300/. It is also available at the University Copy Center. Course Objectives: A survey of pre-college algebra. Topics include signed numbers, operations with algebraic expressions, first degree equations and inequalities in one variable, factoring,
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Unformatted text preview: the Cartesian coordinate system, systems of first degree equations in two variables solved by graphical and algebraic means, exponents and radicals, an introduction to quadratic equations, and stated problems. This course may not be used to satisfy any degree requirements. Whenever possible, and in accordance with 504/ADA guidelines, the University of Houston will attempt to provide reasonable academic accommodations to students who request and require them. Please call 713-743-5400 for more assistance....
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