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1 Math 1324T10 Mon/Wed/Fri 10:00 am 11:50 am MCS 215 Instructor: Nancy S. B. Kloboučník (klō bōch nik) Phone: (325) Dept. Fax: (325) Routinely check account for important class updates. Office: MCS 219 C Open door policy, stop by and let me help you. Bring your laptop and we can work on WebAssign together. Students are welcome without an appointment during these times: Monday 8:45 am 9:45 am, 1:30 pm 4:00 pm Tuesday None Wednesday 8:45 am 9:45 am, 1:30 pm 4:00 pm Thursday None Friday 8:45 am 9:45 am, 1:30 pm 3:30 pm (If you need to see me at a time outside of my office hours, please make an appointment with me.) Textbook/eBook: Mathematical Applications, 10 th Ed., by Harshbarger. You may purchase a physical copy of this textbook bundled with an access code for WebAssign ISBN: Or you may purchase only the access code through WebAssign (includes the ebook). WebAssign : We will be using the online instructional system WebAssign. You will need access to complete class homework, quizzes, and reviews. You will also have access to the ebook and excellent review materials. WebAssign is available 24/7 over the internet at The customer support number for WebAssign is Please use Chrome or Firefox internet browsers to access WebAssign. WebAssign Class Key: angelo Blackboard : We will be using ASU s classroom management system Blackboard. Written homework assignments, class handouts, and other important class announcements will be posted there. Blackboard can be accessed through RamPort or by visiting What is a T  Section? A T  Section is a college credit bearing course paired with additional support for those students who are not TSI complete. T  Sections allow students to take their college level mathematics class immediately without the delay of one or more semesters taking developmental mathematics classes. This course design is ideal for students who have math deficiencies but are willing to put forth the time and effort needed to satisfactorily complete the course. The course materials and lessons for the college level course and supplemental instruction will complement and reinforce each other. Learning communities are a great way to begin college life. We will heavily stress learning communities in this class. There will be group work with each person contributing their fair share to the effort.
2 Expectations of Students: YOU are expected to Attend class consistently and in a timely manner. Foster a learning environment by practicing common courtesy at all times. Pay attention fully during class remove distractions by turning off cell phones and other electronics. Complete each assignment by the specified due date. Work outside of class on homework, quizzes, and review materials to master concepts and adequately prepare for exams. Utilize, as needed, all available studyaid options (watching videos in WebAssign, visiting the math lab, meeting with the instructor, etc.) to resolve questions. Maintain academic honesty. o ASU expects its students to maintain complete honesty and integrity in their academic pursuits. Students are responsible for understanding the Academic Honor Code, which is available on the web at Grading Scheme: Online Homework/Quizzes 10% Written Homework/Quizzes 10% Test 1 (Feb 10 th ) 15% Test 2 (Mar 2 nd ) 15% Test 3 (Apr 1 st ) 15% Test 4 (Apr 22 nd ) 15% Final Exam (May 9 th ) 20% Grading Scale: A 90% and above B 8089% C 7079% D 6069% F less than 60% A grade of D or better is required to pass this course AND become TSI complete for Math. Attendance: Your attendance and active participation in this class is a vital part of your success. We want you to succeed, so you must attend consistently. Please arrive promptly and remain for the entire period. Roll will be taken each hour. Please do not attend class if you are ill with a fever and possibly contagious. Calculator: You will need a nongraphing scientific calculator. Texas Instruments TI30X IIS is a good choice. Graphing calculators and cell phones apps will not be allowed. You may use a calculator on some, but not all exams. Homework Homework will be due nearly every day. Online assignments will be posted in WebAssign. Written assignments will be posted in Blackboard. Carefully follow the Homework Guidelines which are posted in Blackboard. Homework is due at the beginning of class. If you have trouble completing a homework assignment, visit math lab or see me for assistance before it is due. Late homework will not be accepted. If you are absent for any reason, you may send your homework to class with a friend, fax it, or scan and it to me prior to class. Six homework grades will be dropped at the end of the semester. Quizzes: Daily quizzes will be given in class or posted on WebAssign.
3 Exams There will be four regular exams and a cumulative final exam. Approximate exam dates are Feb 10 th, Mar 2 th, Apr 1 st, and Apr 22 th. Please note that these dates are approximate and are to be used as a planning guide The comprehensive final exam will be held on Monday, May 9, 2016 from 10:30 am 12:30 pm. When I grade your exams, I will grade your work as well as your answers. You may not leave the room during an exam. You may not use a calculator during the first or second exam. Exams may be taken early if I excuse the expected absence. There will be NO MAKEUP EXAMS for any reason! Therefore, if it is to your benefit, your lowest exam score (a 0 if an exam is missed) will be replaced with your final exam. This is to allow for an unavoidable absence such as an illness or a family emergency. Study Aids The Math Learning Lab offers free math tutoring and is located in Library C302. You decide when to attend. No appointment required. Some computers will be available, or bring your laptop. If you are struggling with a topic in this class, stop by the math lab it s a great resource! Monday Thursday: 9:00am 9:00pm Friday: 9:00am 1:00pm Sunday: 3:00pm 8:00 pm You also have virtual access to the Math Lab through Blackboard. You can schedule a live conference with a tutor, post a question on the discussion board, or click on links to other math resources. The mathematics department maintains a list of students who are interested in tutoring privately. Students who are interested in obtaining private tutoring should visit the department office (MCS 220) for more information. Please come to my office at any time for help. I will be in my office during my office hours or I will post a note telling you where to find me. If my office hours do not work with your schedule, please meet with me after class to arrange for a time that is more convenient. University Policies Special Needs  Persons with disabilities that may warrant academic accommodations must contact the Office of Student Services to request such accommodations. Student Services is located Suite 112, Houston Harte University Center, , studentservices@angelo.edu. You are encouraged to make this request early in the semester so that appropriate arrangements can be made. If you have any simpler needs (like needing me to speak louder, seat you in a certain location, print with a larger font, use a certain color of paper, etc.), let me know immediately. Religious Holy Day  A student who intends to observe a religious holy day should make that intention known in writing to the instructor one week prior to the absence. Religious holy day means a holy day observed by a religion whose places of worship are exempt from property taxation under Texas Tax Code The student still has the responsibility to complete all missed course work. Drop Date April 1, 2016 is the last day to drop a course with a W or withdraw from ASU. However, unless you have passed the math section of the TSIA, you may not drop this class.
4 Tentative Schedule Spring 2016 Course day Topic 1 Syllabus, 0.2 Integers/Order of Operations Exponents Radicals 4 0.5, 0.6 Polynomials/Factoring Factoring Algebraic Fractions Algebraic Fractions Solving Linear Equations 9 Review 10 Test 1 (Feb/10/2016) Linear Functions/Applications Systems of Linear Equations /1.6 Systems of Linear Equations/Applications , 2.1, 2.2 Quadratic Functions , 2.3 Graphing Quadratic/Applications , 3.2 Matrices Matrix Applications 18 Review 19 Test 2 (Mar/2/2016) , 3.4 Matrix Applications Exponential Functions , 5.3 Logarithmic Functions , 6.2 Simple & Compound Interest , 6.3 Compound Interest Annuities Future Value Math of Finance 27 Review 28 Test 3 (Apr/1/2016) Annuities Present Value Loan Amortization Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities Linear Programming  Graphical Linear Programming  Graphical Linear Programming Simplex Linear Programming Simplex 36 Review 37 Test 4 (Apr/22/2016) Sets Sets 40 Review 41 Review 42 Review 43 Review 44 Comprehensive Final Exam (Monday, May 9 th )
5 Math 1324 Departmental Student Learning Outcomes 1. The students will demonstrate factual knowledge including the mathematical notation and terminology used in this course. Students will read, interpret, and use the vocabulary, symbolism, and basic definitions used in Finite Mathematics I including linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, number systems, polynomials, exponents, logarithms, matrices, linear programming and mathematics of finance. 2. The students will describe the fundamental principles arising from the mathematical ideas associated to business applications. Students will identify and apply the laws and formulas that result directly from the definitions; for example, the properties of exponents, logarithms, equations, inequalities and their graphs, and the formulas associated with matrices and the mathematics of finance. 3. The students will apply the course material along with techniques and procedures covered in this course to solve business related problems. Students will use the facts, formulas, and the techniques learned in this course to solve basic business problems. This includes modeling and solving linear programming problems by graphical or algebraic methods; solving annuity and interest problems; analyzing and interpreting graphs; converting logarithmic equations to exponential equations and viceversa; using lines and their properties; performing matrix operations; graphing various function types; and employing the use of calculators and/or computers. 4. The students will develop specific skills, competencies, and thought processes sufficient to support further study or work in this field or related fields. Students will acquire a level of proficiency in the fundamental concepts and applications necessary for Business Calculus and Finite Mathematics II as well as well as other areas requiring Finite Mathematics I as a prerequisite. These areas might include business, marketing, finance, computer science, nursing, and the social sciences, as well as mathematics. Math 1324 Course Content Textbook: Mathematical Applications, 10th edition, by Harshbarger and Reynolds. The electronic supplement WebAssign may also be required. The following chapters including the particular sections listed are covered. 0. Algebraic Concepts. Sets, real numbers; exponents; radicals; operations with algebraic expressions; factoring; algebraic fractions. 1. Linear Equations and Functions. Solutions of linear equations and inequalities; functions; linear functions; systems of linear equations; applications of functions in business and economics. 2. Quadratic and Other Special Functions. Quadratic equations; quadratic functions: parabolas; business applications. 3. Matrices. Matrices; multiplication of matrices; GaussJordan elimination; inverse of a square matrix. 4. Inequalities and Linear Programming. Linear inequalities in two variables; linear programming: graphical methods; the Simplex method: maximization. 5. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Exponential functions; logarithmic functions and their properties; solution of exponential equations; applications. 6. Mathematics of Finance. Simple interest; compound interest; future value of ordinary annuities; present values of ordinary annuities; loans and amortization.
6 Math 1324 Core Curriculum Student Learning Objectives Core Objective (Critical Thinking): Gather, analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information relevant to a question or issue. (CT1) o Course Student Learning Objective: Students will use mathematical facts, formulas, and techniques to analyze, interpret, and solve applications in business and finance. o Assessment: Assessment exam that demonstrates CT1. Core Objective (Communication): Develop, interpret, and express ideas through effective visual communication. (CS3) o Course Student Learning Objective: Students will model and solve linear programming problems by graphical methods. o Assessment: Assessment exam that demonstrates CS3. Core Objective (Empirical and Qualitative Skills): Manipulate and analyze numerical data and arrive at an informed conclusion. (EQS1) o Course Student Learning Objective: Students will use the facts, formulas, and techniques learned in this course to solve problems involving the mathematics of finance. o Assessment: Assessment exam that demonstrates EQS1. Disclaimer: This syllabus is current and accurate as of January 14, Revisions may occur. Changes will be announced in class, posted on WebAssign, and posted on Blackboard.
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