MATH 2 Course Syllabus Spring Semester 2007 Instructor: Brian Rodas


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1 MATH 2 Course Syllabus Spring Semester 2007 Instructor: Brian Rodas Class Room and Time: MC83 MTWTh 2:15pm3:20pm Office Room: MC38 Office Phone: (310) rodas Office Hours: M 11:15am12:15pm & TTh 1pm2pm; Th 3:45pm4:45pm(Math Study Room) and by appointment Class Website: brian Homework Website: http//webassign.net/student.html Text: Sullivan, Michael. Precalculus (7th edition), Prentice Hall 1999 Course Description: This course is an intensive preparation for calculus. We will cover the following topics: algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions and their inverses and identities, conic sections, sequences, series, the binomial theorem and mathematical induction. The prerequisites for this course are Math 20 and Math 32. Homework: Homework will be assigned daily but not collected. The problems assigned are from the textbook and are meant to be practice problems in understanding the material covered for the day. It has been known that a genuine understanding and completion of the homework results in quality performance. Web Assign: Supplemental homework is downloaded and submitted on line through webassign. These on line assignments will be graded and must be completed and entered into the web by the due date for credit. Login at: Quizzes: There will be two or three quizzes before each exam. They will be approximately minutes long. It has been my nature to give quiz problems identical to the homework. Therefore it would be in your best interest to do the homework. Each quiz is worth ten points. I am aiming to have fifteen quizzes of which I will drop the three lowest scores. Exams: There will be five exams and a final. Exams will contain material for the entire chapter(s) covered. The final is cumulative. Each exam is worth 100 points. The lowest exam will be scaled out of 50 points. So if your test scores are 100, 90, 80, 70, and 60, then your test average is ( )/450. The final is worth 200 points. Grading: Top four exams Lowest exam Quizzes On line Homework Final exam Total 400 points 50 points 75 points 75 points 200 points 800 points The expectation is that a letter grade will be given using the following scale for the semester average: %(A), 8089%(B), 7079%(C), 6069%(D), 059%(F). Calculators: A graphing calculator is nice to have for this course but is not required. It can be used for tedious exercises, checking homework answers, and explorations but generally is not allowed for quizzes or exams. Academic Conduct: You are expected to abide by Santa Monica College s code of academic conduct on all exams, quizzes and homework. Copying homework solutions or quiz or test answers from someone is considered cheating as is altering a quiz or examination after it has been graded
2 or giving answers to someone during an exam or quiz. If caught cheating, the parties involved will receive a zero on the exam and an academic dishonesty report will be filed. Also note that cell phones are to be turned off for the duration of the class. Since attendance is essential for normal progress in class, a student is expected to be in class regularly and on time. Missing classes puts you in danger of being dropped. There are no makeup assignments, quizzes or exams. Late assignments will not be accepted. No excuses. Refer to the school s web page, for withdrawal dates. Note that the last day to withdraw with a guaranteed W is 10pm Sunday April 8, 2007 by phone/web. THIS IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!!! Learning Mathematics: Learning mathematics takes time and consistent effort. Attending class regularly, completing all assignments and reading class notes are essential for success in this course for most students. Students in need of additional assistance should be encouraged to make use of the Math Lab where instructional assistants, tutors and mathematical tutoring software are available. The Math Lab is located in MC84 and is open MondayThursday 8am10pm and Friday 8am4pm. Forming study groups outside of class may also offer further support. Entry Skills for Math 2: Students should be able to do the following: A. Simplify advanced numerical and algebraic expressions involving multiple operations. B. Perform operations on polynomials. C. Solve literal equations for a designated variable. D. Sove polynomial equations by factoring. E. Complete the square. F. Solve quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula and completing the square. G. Solve rational and radical equations. H. Use interval notation to express the solution to a linear, quadratic or rational inequality. I. Solve application problems using equations. J. Find the domain and range of linear, quadratic and absolute value relations. K. Graph linear, quadratic, absolute value relations. L. Find the domain of rational and square root functions. M. Determine the inverse of a function. N. Convert between exponential and logarithmic forms. O. Evaluate and graph exponential and logarithmic functions. P. Graph parabolas and circles by completing the square. Q. Solve elementary logarithmic and exponential equations. R. Solve systems of linear equations in two variables by elimination. S. Evaluate simple expressions involving sigma notation. T. Graph simple functions by vertical and horizontal translation. U. Distinguish between hypotheses and conclusion. V. Describe the relationship between a theorem and its converse, inverse and contrapositive. W. Set up and complete simple and indirect proofs. X. Perform basic geometric constructions. Y. Apply geometric theorems involving similar and congruent triangle; parallel lines; parallelograms and their properties; lines and circles and their properties; lines and circles and their relationships; right triangles (Pythagorean Theorem). Exit Skills for Math 2: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: A. Determine domain, range, symmetry and inverse, if it exists, of a relation. B. Analyze and graph a given function, including but not limited to piecewise defined, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions. C. Use transformation techniques including vertical and horizontal shifts, compression, stretching, and reflection over the x or y axis to sketch the graph of a function. D. Use the language and standard mathematical notation of the algebra of functions. E. Determine algebraic combinations and compositions of functions and state their domains. F. State and apply the unitcircle and right triangle definitions of trigonometric functions and their
3 inverses. G. State and apply fundamental trigonometric identities and the sum, difference, doubleangle and halfangle identities. H. Factor polynomials using rational and complex zeros. I. Solve polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric equations. J. Write algebraic and trigonometric relationships to solve application problems, including solution of triangles. K. Prove trigonometric identities. L. Classify, analyze and graph conic sections given any quadratic equation in two variables. (Excludes rotation) M. Solve systems of nonlinear equations. N. Prove statements using mathematical induction. O. Apply the binomial theorem to expand a binomial and find required intermediate term. P. Use the language and notation of sequences and series. Determine any term in a sequence. Q. Evaluate, manipulate and interpret summation notation. SCHEDULE OF LECTURES, HOMEWORK & EXAMS Date Section Material Homework 2/12 A.1 Algebra Review 51,59,70 A.2 Geometry Review 27,39 A.5 Solving Equations 33,35,41,53,61,84,119 2/ Rectangular Coordinates Graphs of Equations 19,31,63,67,79, Lines 29,41,47,61,83 2/ Functions 23,31,43,45,47,53,55,59, Graph of a Function 19,21,31,3841all 2/ Properties of Functions 23,31,43,45,47,53,55,59,81 2/19 President s Day (No class) 2/ Library of Functions 916all,17,19,21,23,33,35,39,43 2/ Transformations 718all,19,23,25,29,45, 49,55,61,63,65,79 2/ Algebra of Functions 63,67,71,75, Composite Functions 13,21,29,41,43,45,49,,61,67,71 2/ Math models 13,21,23,25,29,32 2/27 Review 2/28 EXAM on Chapters 1 & 2, Sections A12,5,4.1 3/1 3.1 Quadratic Functions and Models 1,1118all,23, 39,49,53,57,77,83,85,91bc 3/5 A.8 Inequalities 63,67,75,85, Polynomial & Rational Inequalities 17,47,51,53,55 3/6 3.2 Polynomial Functions 13,19,33,35,49,65 3/7 3.2 Polynomial Functions 77,83,99,101,104 3/8 Staff Development Day (No class) 3/ Rational Functions 25,27,29,33,35,39 3/ Rational Functions 9,11,19,33,35,49,65,77,83,99,101,104 3/14 A.4 Synthetic Division 25, Real Zeros of a Polynomial Function 15,23,27,31,35,43,47,53a,57
4 Date Section Material Homework 3/15 A.6 Complex Numbers 17,29,37,45,51,57,61,65,77,85,87 3/ Complex Zeroes 15,19,27,31,35 3/20 Review 3/21 EXAM on Chapter 3,A4,A6,A8 3/ Inverse Functions 17odd,15,21,25,27,31,33,37,43,45 57,6371odd,75,79,81 3/ Exponential Functions 13,15,21,2936all,41,45,49 51,59,65,71,73,79,91 3/ Logarithmic Functions 17odd,13,19,25,31,37,43,51,55,57, all, 77,79,81,87,91,97 3/ Properties of Logarithms 7,11,13,15,2127odd,3543odd,53,57,63,67 3/ Logarithmic and Exponential Equations 7,11,15,19,21,25,27,31,37,41 4/2 4.7 Exponential Growth and Decay 1,5,7,11,13,15,19,21,23 4/3 Review 4/4 EXAM on Chapter 4 4/5 5.2 Trigonometric Functions 11,23,27,31,35,43,47,51,59,91,103,111 SPRING BREAK(4/94/113) 4/ Properties of Trig Functions 15,23,31,35,39,47,51,55,71,83103odd 4/ Graphs of Sine and Cosine 919odd,27,29,36,4756all 4/ More Trig Graphs 715odd,1720all,23,33,36,39 4/ Phase Shift 5,9,13,17,19 4/ Inverse Trig Functions 13,15,21,27,29,33,37,41,49,53 4/ More on Inverse Trig Functions 1155odd 4/ Trig Identities 19,27,37,45,57,61,65,73,81,83,91,97 4/ Sum and Difference Formulas 993(every other odd) 4/ Double Angle & Half Angle Formulas 1175(every other odd) 5/1 6.7 Trigonometric Equations 7,11,15,19,21,35, More on Trig Equations 3,7,9,15,21,29,33,37,41 5/2 Review 5/3 EXAM on Chapters 5 & 6 5/7 5.1 Angles and their Measures 15,19,39,43,51,55,63,75,87,99 5/8 7.1 Right Triangle Trigonometry 23,29,45,49,,51,55,59,63,71 5/9 7.2 The Law of Sines 9,13,21,23,29,31,39,41,45 5/ The Law of Cosines 9,13,15,21,25,33, Area of a Triangle 5,9,17,23,33,41 5/ Parabola 1118all,23,41,47,59,63,67 5/ Ellipse 1316all,17,25,33,37,41,51,61,65 5/ Hyperbola 1316all,17,25,31,37,39,49,59 5/ Sequences 11,13,21,33,41,45,49,65,67,73 5/ Arithmetic Sequences 3,5,9,15,19,33,35,41,49,53 5/ Geometric Sequence 9,13,21,27,35,39,43,51,61,65,73,81 5/ Mathematical Induction 5,9,11,13,17,21,25,29 5/ Binomial Theorem 5,13,21,25,27,33,37,41,47,49 5/28 Memorial Day (No class) 5/29 Review 5/30 EXAM on Chapters 7,9 & 11 5/31 A.9 Rational Exponents 7195odd (omit 73,77,85) 6/4 Review of the entire course FINAL EXAM 6/6 3:306:30pm The instructor does reserve the right to add or modify the syllabus.
5 WEB ASSIGN Web Assign is a web based homework system. The purpose of this is to practice more involved problems to supplement the problems in the textbook. The website for web assign is To use web assign, you will need a user name, password, and an access code. I will provide you with the user name. The signin sheet has your username. Please write your user name down in your notebook. YOUR PASSWORD IS YOUR STUDENT ID NUMBER. To get the access code, you can either purchase it at SMC s bookstore or you can purchase the code on line when you login to web assign. Note that if you purchase the access code on line you will need a credit card. When you go to the website, you will be asked for your user name, institution and password. The institution is SMC. Once you have logged in, web assign will inform you that you have not entered your access code. You can then purchase it online or enter the code you purchased from the bookstore. NOTE: For the first 14 days you will not need an access code. This is a grace period should you decide not to continue in this course. After the 14 day grace period if you decide to stay in the course, you will have to purchase the access code. You will not be able to do any of the assignments after the grace period without having entered the access code. This is a one time thing. Once you have logged into web assign, you are then able to complete any and all assignments listed by their due dates. All assignments will be due at 11:59pm. There are no extensions granted. No excuses. If you don t have access to the internet at home, you can use one of the computer labs at school including the Math Lab, the Cayton Center lab, and the Library. If you have any problems entering answers into web assign, there is an online student handbook that can help. Also feel free to come by my office and I will be glad to help you. Note that I will not take class time to go over web assign problems. Also note that everyone has different versions of the same problem. Cheating will not be tolerated, however, I do encourage you to form study groups. These problems will take you some time to do so do not wait until the last minute to do them. For the majority of the problems, you will have up to five chances to enter in answers. If you enter an answer three times and are convinced it is right, double check your syntax. If that is correct review the problem with me during my office hours. DO NOT HAVE THE MATH LAB TUTORS DO THE PROBLEM FOR YOU. They are familiar with the system and have been informed not to give you answers. They will aid you in solving the problem. One final note: Once you submit all your answers for a particular assignment, web assign will grade it and give you immediate feedback. That s great. However, do not spend all your time on web assign. You must do the homework in the book as well. The concepts you will learn are a culmination of development from class lectures, textbook homework, online homework, quizzes, and reviews. MY ADVICE: Don t procrastinate. Never assume. FORM STUDY GROUPS. Read the textbook. Visit the Math Lab. Come to office hours. ASK QUESTIONS.
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