# MATH 115 Mathematics for Liberal Arts (3 credits) Professor s notes* As of June 27, 2007

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3 That MATH 115Textbook: Mathematical Ideas, Miller, 24. COURSE CHART WEEKS MODULE LESSONS LEARNING ACTIVITIES PERCENT Practice Quiz # 1:Problem Solving At the end of week 2 send instructor an Practice Quiz # 2: Sets At the end of week 4 send instructor an Practice Quiz # 3: Logic Test 1: Lessons Practice Quiz # 4: Real Number System/Consumer Math At the end of week 8 send instructor an Practice Quiz # 5: Algebra Test 2: Lessons Practice Quiz # 6: Geometry Practice Quiz # 7: Probability & Statistics Test 3: Lesson 29 4 At the end of week 13 send instructor an Final Exam: Lessons TOTAL PERCENTAGE 1% NOTE: Homework exercises and Practice Quizzes are a must to becoming comfortable with the course materials. You will find the exercise directions in the STEP by STEP LESSON GUIDE. These exercises and quizzes are not to be submitted. (7/16/27) 3

4 COURSE SYLLABUS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES MATH 115 MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS COURSE DESCRIPTION A survey course for liberal arts majors including a review of algebra and an introduction to logic, probability, statistics, mathematical structure, problem-solving, number theory, geometry, and consumer applications. RATIONALE Since Mathematics for Liberal Arts is the only college mathematics course that many students take, it is designed to dispel the common opinion that mathematics is only arithmetic or algebra. Students will accumulate a basic working knowledge of several branches of mathematics. I. PREREQUISITES MATH 11 or equivalent. II. III. REQUIRED TEXTBOOK Miller, C. D., Heeren. V.E., & Hornsby, J. (24) Mathematical Ideas, Boston: Addison-Wesley Company. ISBN: MATERIALS FOR LEARNING A. Internet access (broadband recommended) and Microsoft Word. B. Textbook. C. TV and VCR/DVD. D. Video lessons (4). E. Scientific calculator. F. Geoboard or dot paper. G. Ruler. H. Protractor. (7/16/27) 4

6 C. Practice quizzes. D. Tests (3): Each test will be multiple-choice with questions ranging from fact recall to the application of course material. Each test will worth 25% of your final grade. E. Final comprehensive exam: This exam covers all of the course material. It will be multiple-choice and worth the remaining 25% of your final grade. VI. EVALUATION AND GRADING A. Weight (percentage) Test 1: Lessons % Test 2: Lessons % Test 3: Lessons % Final Exam : Lessons % Total 1% B. Scale A = 92 1% B = 84 91% C = 74 83% D =65 73% F= 64% (7/16/27) 6

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