House Bill 2504 Spring 2011 Course Syllabus MATH-0313-06 (Introductory Algebra)
Spring 2011 Course Syllabus
MATH-0313-06 (Introductory Algebra)
|Instructor||Borne, Wanda Mae|
|Course ID #||10291|
|Course Title||Introductory Algebra|
|Course Description||Introductory Algebra is the study of basic algebra concepts, covering real numbers, variable expressions, first degree equations and inequalities, linear functions and inequalities, systems of equations, polynomial operations, and factoring.|
0313 Introductory Algebra 0:3:0
Study of the concepts of basic algebra. Signed numbers, linear functions and equations, polynomials, factoring, fractions, systems of equations, inequalities, radicals, quadratic equations, and a review of geometry.
Prerequisite: MATH 0312 or a placement examination recommendation.
Math 0313/Math 0332. Beginning & Intermediate Algebra, Elayn Martin-Gay, the 4th Edition. ISBN-10: 0136007317|ISBN-13: 9780136007319 (textbook only)
NOTE: The purchase of a student access code is required in all developmental classes for on-line assignments and/or testing.
|Learning Objectives||Introductory Algebra (Math 0313) is the study of basic algebra concepts. Math 0313 covers chapters 1 through 6, and includes the study of real numbers and variable expressions, first degree equations and inequalities, linear functions and inequalities in two variables, systems of equations, and inequalities, polynomial operations, and factoring. This is accomplished without calculators., laptops or cell phones. Students co-enrolled in LC 102 Math Lab should contact the Learning Center within the first week of the semester.|
Chapter Homework to be completed in MyMathLabsPlus in a timely manner.
Chapter Tests to be completed in Learning Center during assigned dates.
Final Exam to be taken in Learning Center on assigned date at assigned time.
|Attendance Policy||A student is allowed four (4) emergency absences. Each subsequent 75-minute absence will reduce the end-of-semester course grade by one (1) full letter grade. All absences count toward your semester limit. Frequent late arrivals, early departures and/or sleeping in class will count as absences, without a provision for make-up days. Students that are not in compliance with these standards can be dropped before the semester ends and receive and "F" course grade.|
|Determination of Final Grade||Chapter Tests - 50%, Homework/Quizzes - 25%, Final Exam - 25%|
|Final Exam Date||May 12, 2011 - 8:00 AM|
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