Florida Gulf Coast University Finite Math M GF 1106 Spring 2014 CRN 11072

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1 Florida Gulf Coast University Finite Math M GF 1106 Spring 2014 CRN Instructor: Jaffar Ali Shahul-Hameed Ph.D. Associate Professor Telephone: (239) Office: AB7 206 Course Web: CourseCompass/MyMathLab Course ID: shahulhameed05938 Credit Hours: 3 Meeting time/location: Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00pm to 6:15pm in Library 445 Office Hours: Tue: 2:00pm-3:15pm, Wed: 3:00pm-4:30pm or by appointment. College: College of Arts and Sciences Department: Department of Mathematics Special Note: Instructor reserves the right to change the syllabus at any time. Free Math Tutoring: Prerequisites for the Course MAT 1033 with a minimum grade of C or SAT Math with a minimum score of 550 or ACT Math with a minimum score of 24 or Accuplacer Elementary Algebra Subscore with a minimum score of 090 General Course Information A survey course of various topics in mathematics, intended for students pursuing a degree in a nonscientific field. Topics will come from the general areas of combinations, probability and statistics, history of mathematics, geometry, set theory, and logic. This course will cover chapters 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, and 12 in the textbook. Course Objectives At the conclusion of this course, the student should be able to: Incorporate inductive and deductive reasoning techniques Understand estimation skills and graphs Use three methods to represent sets, recognize equal and equivalent sets Understand the basic ideal of Venn diagrams Perform operations with sets Use Venn diagrams to illustrate the equality of sets Use the formula for n(a U B) Express statements using symbols and form the negation of a statement Express compound statements in symbolic form Use the definitions of negation, conjunction, disjunction and construct truth tables Understand the logic behind the definition of the conditional Use a truth table to show that statements are equivalent Use truth tables to determine validity Page 1 of 7

2 Grading System Solve problems involving angles formed by parallel lines and transversals Solve problems involving similar triangles and the Pythagorean theorem Recognize the characteristics of certain quadrilaterals Use area formulas to compute the areas of plane regions and solve applied problems Use trigonometric ratios to solve applied problems Use the Fundamental Counting Principle to determine the number of possible outcomes in a given situation Use the permutations formula Solve problems involving combinations using the combinations formula Compute theoretical and empirical probabilities Compute probabilities with permutations or combinations Organize and present data Determine the mean, median, mode and midrange for a data set Determine the range and standard deviation for a data set Recognize characteristics of normal distributions Grading Criteria Your final grade in the class will be determined as follows: 1. Homework 20% 2. Worksheet 20% 3. Tests 40% 4. Final 20% Class Participation You are expected to attend all lectures, and are responsible for all information given out during them. This course requires your full effort, so it is expected that you will give your complete attention to the instructor for the full class period. Activities such as sleeping, reading news papers, listening to headsets, operating unapproved electronics (e.g. cell phones, computers, PDA), conversing with other students, and so on do not constitute class participation. Students engaging in such behavior during the lecture may be asked to leave the room. Please turn off all unapproved electronics during class periods. The only exception to this prohibition is appropriate documentation from the Office of Adaptive Services that demonstrates a student need to use such an electronic device. Students with more than 8 recorded absences will be asked to be removed from the class for the rest of the semester via the Registrar s Office. Homework Homework will be assessed through the use of MyMathLab, available in the bookstore or online. Once you have logged on to MyMathLab, the homework assignments and due dates will be accessible. Homework assignments will be available after the due date. Each homework assignment will be weighted equally. (The first homework assignment will be labeled Practice and will not count toward your final grade; use it as a way to familiarize yourself with MyMathLab.) To account for technical and other issues, your lowest homework score will be dropped. Syllabus Quiz There will be 1 syllabus quiz administered via MyMathLab during the semester. Although your score on the syllabus quiz will not be factored into your grade, you must obtain a 100% on the Page 2 of 7

3 syllabus quiz in order to begin taking the other online assignments. You may take the syllabus quiz as many times as necessary to obtain a 100%. Worksheets Worksheets may be administered after every lesson as an in-class assignment. Each worksheet will be weighted equally. To account for absences and other issues, your two lowest worksheet scores will be dropped. Tests There will be 5 chapter tests and a cumulative final exam administered during the semester. Your grade will be calculated using the 4 highest scores attained (in others words, you can drop the lowest grade). Your attendance will be critical as there will be no make-up tests. Scoring Ranges for Letter Grades Total Average Score 91% - 100% 80% - 91% 70% -80% 60% - 70% 0% - 60% Grade A B C D F * NOTE: Final grades will be calculated to the first decimal point in MyMathLab. Students wishing to appeal final grades must follow the FGCU policy for grade appeals as outlined in the FGCU Student Guidebook at the following URL: Extra Credit Remember, many of your lowest scores will be dropped, per the above guidelines. Do not ask the instructor if there is something you can do to boost your grade beyond completing the required course assignments. Grade Disputes Exams: If you have a dispute with a grade recorded by the instructor, you must present the graded exam to the instructor in order to obtain a change-of-score. It will be your responsibility to keep all of your returned exams. Scores will NOT be changed without the original exam being presented to the instructor. Online Assignments: In the case of online assignments you will need a PDF file created at the time you completed the assignment that contains your name, the assignment name, the date and time, and your score. To do this (and save paper), download the free CutePDF Writer, available at Homework When you have completed a homework assignment, before hitting the submit button, right click on the screen and choose print. When the print options appear choose the CutePDF Writer option. Now you can choose a location and a file name for your assignment. Keep a folder on your computer with all of your homework assignments. If a score discrepancy arises, just send me the PDF file via and your score will be adjusted accordingly. Testing Rules and Regulations Unless otherwise stated, all tests are closed book and closed notes. Page 3 of 7

4 Cellular phones may not be used as calculators during quizzes or tests. You will be informed before each test as to whether a calculator will be allowed and, if so, what type. You will only need a basic four-function calculator and a scientific calculator. The university policies regarding academic honesty can be found in the Student Code of Conduct and the Policies and Procedures sections of the Student Guidebook. All students are expected to study this document, which outlines their responsibilities and consequences for violations of the policy. General Policies Attendance Policy You are required to attend all class sessions. In case of an absence, it is your responsibility to obtain the class notes from another student. You should also check the MyMathLab website frequently (recommended at least twice a day) and keep up with any homework assignments and quizzes. You are responsible for anything you miss, including notes, announcements, assignments, etc. Excused absences are class days missed due to a doctor s appointment, hospital stay, illness, or school sponsored activity for which you can provide valid documentation. Valid documentation includes your name and the dates missed and is from a doctor, hospital, or the university employee in charge of the school event. Valid documentation does NOT include notes from your parents, roommate, or your work etc. If you are seen at Student Health Services, be sure to obtain a walkout statement to be used as valid documentation. Absence from several meetings of a course may result in a lower grade. If you have a poor attendance, you may be asked to be removed from the class through FGCU administration. Only students registered for this course and this section may attend class meetings without advance permission of the professor. Make-Up Policy One homework score, two worksheet scores, and one test score will be dropped. There are absolutely no make-ups for unexcused absences, and no make-ups for excused absences that result in zeros that will be dropped. If you accumulate more than the dropped number of zeros due solely to excused absences, you may bring documentation to office hours to discuss further grade adjustments. I will only adjust zeros for the amount of excused absences/missed assignments that exceed one. For example, if you have zeros on two tests that are excused, I will adjust only one of the zeros; the first excused zero will be dropped and if you have additional unexcused zeros they will be averaged into your grade. Make-up assignments cover the same material, but can take different formats. Dropped zeros are not vacation days! They are meant to automatically take care of the small amount of excused absences that students typically accrue over the semester. Attend every day and complete every assignment that you can since you may need the dropped zeros for legitimate reasons at some point. If you miss a lot of class or assignments, whether as a result of excused or unexcused absences, you may need to withdraw from the course. Page 4 of 7

5 Policy In order to improve students written communication skills and to assist the instructor in replying to s in a timely manner, this policy will be strictly enforced. When sending s to your instructor, the following rules must be adhered to: 1. The subject line of the must contain the course name and your course reference number (CRN). 2. The must be signed with your first and last name. 3. The must be written in Standard English. 4. The must use proper punctuation and capitalization. If your does not meet the above criteria, you must resubmit your in the proper format in order to receive a reply. I usually reply to s within two business days. If you do not receive a reply within that time frame, check that your was sent in the proper format and resubmit if necessary. I thank you in advance for sending your s as requested. See below for a sample in the correct form. To: Subject: Finite Math CRN Dear Instructor, I am having trouble with the MyMathLab homework for section 2.3. I am on campus on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Please let me know if there is a convenient time that we could meet. Thank you, First_Name Last_Name s communications will be done through the FGCU system. It is your responsibility to check your FGCU account often. Note that answering math questions with math symbols are almost impossible with s. So if you have questions, I insist that you meet me before or after class or during my office hours, or set-up an appointment to discuss your questions. Office Hours Policy Your lecture instructor maintains weekly office hours. If you have questions about your grade, general course policies, or are having difficulty with a particular concept, please take advantage of these office hours. If you are having trouble with a course concept, please come prepared to office hours by reading the textbook section and attempting problems from MyMathLab and the textbook. You should bring this work with you to office hours in order for the instructor to more efficiently assist you. Other Miscellaneous Information In general, address any problems you encounter in the course right away. Whatever the problem is, the sooner you inform me, the more likely I will be able to help you. If you are having trouble with the course material, you should seek tutoring immediately and should come by office hours to discuss your progress in the class. Attend class and tutoring sessions from the beginning to avoid falling behind. Attempt the homework as soon as the material is covered so you will have time to resolve any issues before the due date. Late homework is not accepted! If you encounter technical difficulties with MyMathLab, contact tech support right away at Page 5 of 7

6 If you are unable to complete your MyMathLab assignments on your own computer due to technical difficulties, you can use the computers in the open labs located across campus. Check your grades on the MyMathLab website frequently and contact me by IMMEDIATELY if you believe there are any errors. The last day to drop the course without academic penalty is Friday, March 29. If you decide it is necessary to drop the course, it is your responsibility to do so; the instructor is not authorized to drop you from the course. You must go to the Office of the Registrar before 5:00pm on that day in order to drop the course. Required Materials MyMathLab student access code Scientific calculator Recommended Materials Thinking Mathematically, 5th edition, Robert Blitzer, Prentice Hall Publishers Note: Since the text is available online via MyMathLab, you may choose to purchase only a MyMathLab access code and not the text, however you MUST purchase a MyMathLab access code. If you do not purchase the text, you will be required to print problem sets to bring to class. Important dates: Event Date Spring Classes Begin Monday, Jan. 06 Late Registration, Drop/Add and Change to Audit Ends Friday, Jan. 10 Last Day to Drop/Withdraw without Academic Penalty Friday, Mar. 28 Last Day of Spring Classes/Finals Wednesday, Apr 30 Finals Exam Friday, May. 2 4:30 pm - 7:15 pm. Tentative Schedule for the Semester January March 03 Spring Break No class January , 1.3 March 05 Spring Break No class January , 2.2 March January , 2.4 March 12 Review (or catch up day) January 20 MLK Holiday No class March 17 TEST #3 January March January 27 TEST #1 March , 11.3 January March , 11.5 February 3 3.2, 3.3 March , 11.7 February 5 3.4, 3.5 April February , 3.7 April 07 TEST #4 February April February 17 TEST #2 April , 12.3 February , 10.2 April , 12.5 February , 10.4 April February , 10.6 April 23 Review (or catch up day) February April 28 TEST #5 May 2, Friday FINAL EXAM (4:30-7:15pm) * Tentative dates (Any changes will be announced in the class, students are responsible for missed announcements.) Page 6 of 7

7 Finite Math Tutoring (free) Math department tutoring webpage: Tutoring also is available for General Math through the Center for Academic Achievement in LIBRARY. Please call or if you have additional questions or concerns. (239) or Academic Behavior Standards and Academic Dishonesty All students are expected to demonstrate honesty in their academic pursuits. The university policies regarding issues of honesty can be found in the FGCU Student Guidebook under the Student Code of Conduct and Policies and Procedures sections. All students are expected to study this document which outlines their responsibilities and consequences for violations of the policy. The FGCU Student Guidebook is available online at Disability Accommodations Services Florida Gulf Coast University, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the university s guiding principles, will provide classroom and academic accommodations to students with documented disabilities. If you need to request an accommodation in this class due to a disability, or you suspect that your academic performance is affected by a disability, please contact the Office of Adaptive Services. The Office of Adaptive Services is located in Howard Hall 137. The phone number is or TTY Student Observance of Religious Holidays All students at Florida Gulf Coast University have a right to expect that the University will reasonably accommodate their religious observances, practices, and beliefs. Students, upon prior notification to their instructors, shall be excused from class or other scheduled academic activity to observe a religious holy day of their faith. Students shall be permitted a reasonable amount of time to make up the material or activities covered in their absence. Students shall not be penalized due to absence from class or other scheduled academic activity because of religious observance. Where practicable, major examinations, major assignments, and University ceremonies will not be scheduled on a major religious holy day. A student who is to be excused from class for a religious observance is not required to provide a second party certification o the reason for the absence. I read the syllabus, understand it very well and will follow throughout the semesters. Name: Signature: Date: Page 7 of 7

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