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1 Springfield Technical Community College School of Mathematics, Sciences & Engineering Transfer Department: Mathematics Course Title: Algebra 2 Course Number: MAT097 Semester: Fall 2015 Credits: 3 NonGraduation Credits Prerequisites: Completion of MAT087 or MAT089 with C or better, or Placement Level MAT091 Textbook: (REQUIRED) MyMathLab Student Access Kit. (OPTIONAL) Introductory Algebra through Applications, 3rd Edition, Akst and Bragg, 2012, Pearson Education, ISBN: Instructor: Antonio C. Silvestri Office: 17/415 Phone: Course Websites: COURSE DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE ORGANIZATION OF THE COURSE This is a webassisted course. The teaching methodology employed in this course utilizes a lecture approach, encouraging student participation, and interactive computer learning and assignments. All homework and quizzes are done online in a campus computer lab, or at home. Examinations will be given online in the lab on the announced dates. COURSE DESCRIPTION This is a precollege level lecture course in elementary algebra. Topics include operations with rational expressions, solving rational equations, applications and problem solving, and simplifying complex rational expressions, graphing linear equations, slopes, equations of lines, and graphing inequalities in two variables. Additional topics are systems of linear equations, applications and problem solving, radical expressions, radical equations and applications, the quadratic formula, graphs of quadratic equations, and functions. This is a developmental course. Credit for this course will not be counted toward fulfilling graduation requirements at STCC. ATTENDANCE Attendance is required. Attendance is taken at each class. Arriving late to a class after attendance is taken constitutes an absence. A student having more than 2 weeks worth of absences, coupled with unacceptable progress, is cause for withdrawal from this course. A student absent from class bears full responsibility for all subject and procedural information discussed in class, including any changes in exam dates and assignments. Be advised that there are no individualized tutoring services offered by the instructor. TESTING AND GRADING Homework and quizzes are competed on the computer through Course Compass (MyMathLab), a web resource provided by the publisher of our textbook. As this is an online resource, students may perform homework assignments anywhere a computer is available. Students should complete the homework for each section in a chapter before they may take a quiz on that chapter. Homework must be completed before the exam they are 1
2 designed to support is assigned. Quizzes may be taken up to 3 times, and online grade book will use the highest score in computing the overall average. Quizzes must be completed by the date of the exam they are designed to support. There will be three examinations, each covering multiple chapters. These are taken in class, and students are responsible for being present on the assigned exam date. Test dates will be posted with the announcements on the course home page. The final grade will be based 20% on homework, 20% on the quiz average, 36% on the 3 midterm exams, and 24% on the final. Students must achieve a minimum overall average of 70% in this course in order to pass and progress to college level math. Homework must be completed before the exam they are designed to support is taken. Homework can be completed at home. You are encouraged to do homework with another student if you believe it can help you understand the material. Quizzes must be completed by the date of the exam they are designed to support. Exams must be completed in class on the day specified. Any homework, quiz or exam not take will be given a zero and averaged into the final grade. You will not be able to complete any assignments after the semester is over. If at any time during the semester, there is any evidence of academic dishonesty or collusion by students on an exam, the Dean of Students and other relevant college authorities will be notified, and students involved may be dismissed from the course with an automatic grade of F. SUPPORTING MATERIALS There are online tutorials available at the website which provides lecture presentations on units in the text. The website also combines diagnostic testing with individualized study plans and unlimited practice. This may be used in class, at home, or in the Student Success Center once students have registered at the course website. Students must use headsets when accessing the tutorials on campus. All course announcements and correspondence will be done through the MyMathLab website. Also check your school issued student.stcc.edu accounts for important course updates. It is your responsibility to visit this course page and check your at least once every two days. It is unacceptable to say that you are not aware of something happening in the course. STCC POLICY ON DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR Behavior, which disrupts the establishment or maintenance of the learning environment, may result in the student causing the behavior to be excluded from the classroom by the instructor. The student may be subject to further punitive action by the Dean of Students. Late arrival to class, early departure, listening to music, and talking on the on the phone in class constitute disruptive behavior 2
3 COURSE OBJECTIVES All quizzes are based on the objectives for that chapter. Chapter 6A: Polynomials: Factoring 1. Factor out common factors. 2. Factor trinomials of the form x2 + bx + c. 3. Factor trinomials of the form ax2 + bx + c. Chapter 6B: Polynomials: Factoring 1. Factor the difference of two squares. 2. Factor perfect square trinomial 3. Solve quadratic equations. 4. Solve applications of quadratic equations. Chapter 7A: Rational Expressions and Equations 1. Simplify rational expressions. 2. Multiply and simplify rational expressions. 3. Divide and simplify rational expressions. Chapter 7B: Rational Expressions and Equations 1. Add rational expressions. 2. Subtract rational expressions. 3. Simplify complex rational expressions Chapter 7C: Rational Expressions and Equations 1. Solve rational equations. 2. Solve applications of rational equations. 3. Solve proportions Chapter 8A: Radical Expressions and Equations 1. Find the square root of perfect squares and opposite of the square root of perfect squares. 2. Simplify square roots. 3. Add and subtract radical expressions. Chapter 8B: Radical Expressions and Equations 1. Multiply and divide radical expressions; rationalize denominators 2. Solve radical equations. 3. Solve applications using radical equations 4. Solve formulas including radical expressions Chapter 9A: Quadratic Equations 3
4 1. Write a quadratic equation in standard form, identifying the a, b, and c. 2. Solve quadratic equations by the factoring method. 3. Solve quadratic equations using the square root property. 4. Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula. 5. Solve application problems using quadratic equations. 6. Solve quadratic formulas Chapter 9B: Quadratic Equations 1. Determine the vertex of a parabola 2. Graph quadratic equations in 2 variables COURSE OUTLINE Chapter 6A: Factoring Polynomials 6.1 Common Factors 6.2 Factoring Trinomials with Leading Coefficient of One 6.3 Factoring Trinomials with Leading Coefficient Other than One Quiz 206A Chapter 6B: Factoring Polynomials 6.4 Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials and Difference of Squares 6.5 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring Quiz206B Exam 1 Test Code Chapter 6 Chapter 7A: Rational Expressions and Equations 7.1 Rational Expressions 7.2 Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions Quiz 207A Chapter 7B: Rational Expressions and Equations 7.3 Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions 7.4 Complex Rational Expressions Quiz 207B Chapter 7C: Rational Expressions and Equations 7.5 Solving Rational Equations 7.6 Ratio and Proportion Quiz 207C Exam 2 Test Code Chapter 7 Chapter 8A: Radical Expressions and Equations 8.1 Introduction to Radical Expressions 8.2 Addition and Subtraction of Radical Expressions Quiz 208A 4
5 Chapter 8B: Radical Expressions and Equations 8.3 Multiplication and Division of Radical Expressions 8.4 Solving Radical Equations Quiz 208B Chapter 9A: Quadratic Equations 9.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by the Square Root Property 9.3 Solving Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula * Quiz 209A Chapter 9B: Quadratic Equations 9.4 Graphing Quadratic Equations Quiz 209B Exam 3 Chapters 8 and 9 Final Examination Test Code 793 This final examination is comprehensive, including all units covered this semester. * We do not cover section 9.2 in the text book solving quadratic equations by completing the square. 5
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