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MTH 103 SEMESTER EXAM GUIDE Chap 14 in Blllzer College Algebra EXCEPT for STepFunc llons in Lesson 22 Inler mediale Value Theorem in Lesson 32 and Lesson 37 FORMULAS YOU SHOULD STUDY 2 Quadratic formula x M 211 Slope formula m M x2 quotx1 Slope lu39rer cep r form of a line y mxb PoinT slope form of a line y yx mx x Dlslance bellclean Two polm s d 1052 xx2 y2 W2 Slandard Equallon of a Circle wlTh cen ler hllt and radius r x hf y k2 r2 Mldpolm formula x ig jzi Ver lex of a parabola egg gn Compound InTer esf A P1g Con nuous Inler esT A Pequot Exponen al GrowThDecay Model A A ek Logis39llc Grim quot model Definl rion of Logari lhm logbx y means 17quot x bgt0 b 1 A 1 Special Log Proper es 10g 1 0 logbb 1 10gb b m 5 05 M m Producl Rule longN long long QuoTienT Rule 0ngN long 0ng Power Rule 10gb Mp p 2ng Change of Base Rule long loggM logn b Changing r0 Base e SYMBOLS you SHOULD KNOW THE MEANING OF y 1 a H 3 M 0 rquot em f 391 f 0g interval notation such as O m and 23 9 fun g 0 048 07g Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes SECTION Lecture Time Recitation DayTime Lecture Location Recitation Location Lecture Instructor Recitation Instructor Of ce Hours Of ce Hours Of ce Location Of ce Location Phone Phone E mail E mail Class Materials 0 Course Text College Algebra Essentials by Robert Blitzer Prentice Hall 3rd Custom Edition for Michigan State University 2010 o Graphing Calculator A graphing calculator is required for this course and should be brought to every class meeting A TI 83 or 84 is recommended for this course Only a pencil or pen and one graphing calculator will be required for quizzes and exams Calculators such as the TI 8992 laptops iPads computers cell phones etc are not to be used for any graded work in this course Cell phones and any equipment using earphones are prohibited in the classroom 0 WeBWorK Online Homework System Graded homework is done online with WeBWorK See Pages 7 and 8 There is a 30 fee for WeBWorK which is handled by the department The department will contact you via email after the second week of class with payment information Evaluation 0 Your course grade will be determined by four 50minute exams 400 points seven quizzes 100 points 27 graded WeBWorK homework assignments 100 points uniform nal exam 200 points TOTAL POINTS FOR COURSE 800 points The grading scale will be no worse than what is shown in the table below 907100 40 65772 85789 35 60764 15 79784 30 55759 10 73778 25 0754 00 0 There will be 27 graded homework assignments that will be submitted online using WeBWorK for a total of 100 points Refer to Page 7 for due dates Homework from the course textbook is selfgraded and will not be turned in l Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes There will be 7 inclass quizzes each worth 20 points Five highest scores will be counted toward the nal course grade The two dropped scores will accommodate quizzes missed due to illness or other personal reasons as well as low quiz scores THERE WILL BE NO MAKE UP QUIZZES The nal exam grading scale will be determined after all section results are submitted at the end of the semester Students are expected to produce carefully written documents ALL WORK MUST BE SHOWN FOR PROBLEMS A11 writing must be in complete sentences employing standard English and mathematical symbols Writing must be legible and neat Any use of crib sheets stored information in calculators etc as an aid in writing quizzes or exams is speci cally prohibited in this course Attend ance Students are expected to be present and ON TIME for ALL class sessions You are responsible for the material covered if you are absent from class If absent you will need to obtain missed materialinformation from classmates Any changes in this syllabus or in the scheduling of exams or quizzes will be announced during class and or Via email Make up Policy Uniforml Graded There will be NO MAKE UP EXAMS A missed exam will receive a score of 0 unless a valid reason is presented before the time of the exam or after the exam in the case of an emergency Only extreme situations with an official documented excuse will allow a student to be excused from an exam The score for the missed exam will then be determined from the corresponding chapter questions on the nal exam Students must look at this syllabus carefully and plan well ahead Advance travel schedules business or personal are NOT excuses eBWorK Homework There are 27 graded homework assignments These assignments will be posted on httpwebworkmathmsueduwebworkZMTH 103 FSll ALLEN Student solutions must be submitted by due dates for 100 credit Homework submitted within three days after the due date will be given 75 credit The due dates can be found on the WeBWorK website after you log in Refer to Pages 7 and 8 of this syllabus for more WeBWorK information LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED It is highly recommended that you submit homework early before the due datetime to allow for any technical dif culty or other unforeseen circumstances Math 103 College Algebra Syllabus MWF Day Classes Spring 2012 MWTh Day Classes Grade change Policy If you have any questions regarding the grading of any of your graded material you should return the graded material to your instructor and attach a short note with your questions before leaving the classroom This must be done on the day that the instructor hands back the material in class Once the graded material has left the classroom no grading changes will be made Integrity of Scholarship and Grades All students are expected to adhere to the University s policy concerning academic integrity According to this policy quot no student shall claim or submit the work of another as one39s ownquot For more information about this and other scholarship issues please Visit httpsplifestudentlifemsuedu Mathematics Learning Center The Mathematics Learning Center MLC is located in the Awing lobby of Wells Hall and will open on Thursday January 12 at 1120am The MLC offers free and friendly help to students outside of the classroom setting The weekly hours are Monday Thursday Friday Sunday Important Dates Monday January 9 Friday January 13 Monday January 16 Monday January 16 Friday January 20 Friday February 3 Wednesday February 29 Monday Friday March 59 Friday April 27 Tuesday May 1 1120 am 400 pm and 620 pm 950 pm 1120 am 250 pm 510 pm 840 pm First Day of Classes Online open add period ends at 8 pm Martin Luther King Jr Day No classes held University is open Students go to A212 WH for Mathematics enrollment changes late adds section changes dropping back to a lower course Deadline Friday January 20 500 pm End of 100 tuition refund MIDDLE OF SEMESTER Last day to drop a course or withdraw from a course with no grade reported Spring Break No classes held University is open Last day of classes Final Exam 1000 am 7 1200 noon Location TBA 3 Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Tentative Exam Dates Exam Sections MWTh Classes MWF Classes 1 11 7 17 Thursday February 2 Friday February 3 2 21 7 26 28 Thursday February 23 Friday February 24 3 28 31 7 36 Thursday March 29 Friday March 30 4 27 41 7 44 Thursday April 19 Friday April 20 The uniform comprehensive nal exam will be held on Tuesday May 1 from 1000 am to 12 noon The location according to section number will be announced at a later date Tentative Course Schedules 2012 MWTh Classes Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes 2012 MWF Classes WeBWorK Tentative Homework gfor 3rd Custom Edition of College Algebra The practice problems listed below are your main learning source in addition to graded homework in WeBWorK Although they are not collected for grading solving them after each lecture is the best way to succeed in this class Ideally you should keep an organized notebook with your best attempt at solving each of these problems using it for review and also when getting help from your instructor or the Math Learning Center Please remember that this list is a minimal set of problems that you will need to solve and fully understand It may be necessary to solve additional problems to achieve mastery of the concepts presented in certain sections Section Problems 11 379lll317l921252955odd6779818385 1 2 115oddl723253l333539434749515557596l677377 39 7985899l121l33 13 ll7odd21222573odd8586879l939495 14 l47odd537l747780 1 5 ll3odd15l7212533394547556l65697375 39 109oddl17121125l29139149oddl72l73 16 l79odd899395101127l3ll33l37 17 l25eve1y other odd2799odd103120123131149155 Review 19odd1335odd3943454749101odd111123odd Exam 1 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text 5 Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Section Problems 21 153every other odd5593odd97101105107122126 22 175odd114120 23 169every other odd7385odd 24 123odd2738 43 25 l93every other odd127l37152 26 129odd313539414347495371odd819399114 115 28 165odd666773 Review 163odd7183odd 97105odd Exam 2 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Section Problems 31 17odd1747odd57596371odd9199odd 32 19odd10 181931odd4143455157616571odd 104109 33 15949odd70 75 34 931odd394953598797odd 35 17odd9202141odd 36 155odd6163677598 103 19odd10 1316171933odd4153odd57630dd Review 69707274 Exam 3 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Section Problems 27 163odd699198 41 117odd19242529333957odd6573odd8791 42 145odd4752 53109odd119135149 43 l81every other odd83101odd125132 44 189every other odd91100101111odd115139146 45 15715odd161719425154 14531odd32383945odd5159odd60 63 ReV1eW Exam 4 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes MTH 103 WeBWorK Assignment Due Dates Please Note Homework must be submitted by 700 am for all due dates Section 100 Credit 75 Credit Tutorial 126 129 11 126 129 12 126 129 13 126 129 14 126 129 15 128 131 16 130 22 17 24 27 21 26 29 22 211 214 23 213 216 24 213 216 25 218 221 26 220 223 28 225 228 31 227 31 32 317 320 33 319 322 34 324 327 35 326 329 36 331 43 27 42 45 41 47 410 42 49 412 43 416 419 44 421 424 45 428 Not Available Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes SECTION Lecture Time Recitation DayTime Lecture Location Recitation Location Lecture Instructor Recitation Instructor Of ce Hours Of ce Hours Of ce Location Of ce Location Phone Phone E mail E mail Class Materials 0 Course Text College Algebra Essentials by Robert Blitzer Prentice Hall 3rd Custom Edition for Michigan State University 2010 o Graphing Calculator A graphing calculator is required for this course and should be brought to every class meeting A TI 83 or 84 is recommended for this course Only a pencil or pen and one graphing calculator will be required for quizzes and exams Calculators such as the TI 8992 laptops iPads computers cell phones etc are not to be used for any graded work in this course Cell phones and any equipment using earphones are prohibited in the classroom 0 WeBWorK Online Homework System Graded homework is done online with WeBWorK See Pages 7 and 8 There is a 30 fee for WeBWorK which is handled by the department The department will contact you via email after the second week of class with payment information Evaluation 0 Your course grade will be determined by four 50minute exams 400 points seven quizzes 100 points 27 graded WeBWorK homework assignments 100 points uniform nal exam 200 points TOTAL POINTS FOR COURSE 800 points The grading scale will be no worse than what is shown in the table below 907100 40 65772 85789 35 60764 15 79784 30 55759 10 73778 25 0754 00 0 There will be 27 graded homework assignments that will be submitted online using WeBWorK for a total of 100 points Refer to Page 7 for due dates Homework from the course textbook is selfgraded and will not be turned in l Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes There will be 7 inclass quizzes each worth 20 points Five highest scores will be counted toward the nal course grade The two dropped scores will accommodate quizzes missed due to illness or other personal reasons as well as low quiz scores THERE WILL BE NO MAKE UP QUIZZES The nal exam grading scale will be determined after all section results are submitted at the end of the semester Students are expected to produce carefully written documents ALL WORK MUST BE SHOWN FOR PROBLEMS A11 writing must be in complete sentences employing standard English and mathematical symbols Writing must be legible and neat Any use of crib sheets stored information in calculators etc as an aid in writing quizzes or exams is speci cally prohibited in this course Attend ance Students are expected to be present and ON TIME for ALL class sessions You are responsible for the material covered if you are absent from class If absent you will need to obtain missed materialinformation from classmates Any changes in this syllabus or in the scheduling of exams or quizzes will be announced during class and or Via email Make up Policy Uniforml Graded There will be NO MAKE UP EXAMS A missed exam will receive a score of 0 unless a valid reason is presented before the time of the exam or after the exam in the case of an emergency Only extreme situations with an official documented excuse will allow a student to be excused from an exam The score for the missed exam will then be determined from the corresponding chapter questions on the nal exam Students must look at this syllabus carefully and plan well ahead Advance travel schedules business or personal are NOT excuses eBWorK Homework There are 27 graded homework assignments These assignments will be posted on httpwebworkmathmsueduwebworkZMTH 103 FSll ALLEN Student solutions must be submitted by due dates for 100 credit Homework submitted within three days after the due date will be given 75 credit The due dates can be found on the WeBWorK website after you log in Refer to Pages 7 and 8 of this syllabus for more WeBWorK information LATE HOMEWORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED It is highly recommended that you submit homework early before the due datetime to allow for any technical dif culty or other unforeseen circumstances Math 103 College Algebra Syllabus MWF Day Classes Spring 2012 MWTh Day Classes Grade change Policy If you have any questions regarding the grading of any of your graded material you should return the graded material to your instructor and attach a short note with your questions before leaving the classroom This must be done on the day that the instructor hands back the material in class Once the graded material has left the classroom no grading changes will be made Integrity of Scholarship and Grades All students are expected to adhere to the University s policy concerning academic integrity According to this policy quot no student shall claim or submit the work of another as one39s ownquot For more information about this and other scholarship issues please Visit httpsplifestudentlifemsuedu Mathematics Learning Center The Mathematics Learning Center MLC is located in the Awing lobby of Wells Hall and will open on Thursday January 12 at 1120am The MLC offers free and friendly help to students outside of the classroom setting The weekly hours are Monday Thursday Friday Sunday Important Dates Monday January 9 Friday January 13 Monday January 16 Monday January 16 Friday January 20 Friday February 3 Wednesday February 29 Monday Friday March 59 Friday April 27 Tuesday May 1 1120 am 400 pm and 620 pm 950 pm 1120 am 250 pm 510 pm 840 pm First Day of Classes Online open add period ends at 8 pm Martin Luther King Jr Day No classes held University is open Students go to A212 WH for Mathematics enrollment changes late adds section changes dropping back to a lower course Deadline Friday January 20 500 pm End of 100 tuition refund MIDDLE OF SEMESTER Last day to drop a course or withdraw from a course with no grade reported Spring Break No classes held University is open Last day of classes Final Exam 1000 am 7 1200 noon Location TBA 3 Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Tentative Exam Dates Exam Sections MWTh Classes MWF Classes 1 11 7 17 Thursday February 2 Friday February 3 2 21 7 26 28 Thursday February 23 Friday February 24 3 28 31 7 36 Thursday March 29 Friday March 30 4 27 41 7 44 Thursday April 19 Friday April 20 The uniform comprehensive nal exam will be held on Tuesday May 1 from 1000 am to 12 noon The location according to section number will be announced at a later date Tentative Course Schedules 2012 MWTh Classes Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes 2012 MWF Classes WeBWorK Tentative Homework gfor 3rd Custom Edition of College Algebra The practice problems listed below are your main learning source in addition to graded homework in WeBWorK Although they are not collected for grading solving them after each lecture is the best way to succeed in this class Ideally you should keep an organized notebook with your best attempt at solving each of these problems using it for review and also when getting help from your instructor or the Math Learning Center Please remember that this list is a minimal set of problems that you will need to solve and fully understand It may be necessary to solve additional problems to achieve mastery of the concepts presented in certain sections Section Problems 11 379lll317l921252955odd6779818385 1 2 115oddl723253l333539434749515557596l677377 39 7985899l121l33 13 ll7odd21222573odd8586879l939495 14 l47odd537l747780 1 5 ll3odd15l7212533394547556l65697375 39 109oddl17121125l29139149oddl72l73 16 l79odd899395101127l3ll33l37 17 l25eve1y other odd2799odd103120123131149155 Review 19odd1335odd3943454749101odd111123odd Exam 1 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text 5 Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Section Problems 21 153every other odd5593odd97101105107122126 22 175odd114120 23 169every other odd7385odd 24 123odd2738 43 25 l93every other odd127l37152 26 129odd313539414347495371odd819399114 115 28 165odd666773 Review 163odd7183odd 97105odd Exam 2 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Section Problems 31 17odd1747odd57596371odd9199odd 32 19odd10 181931odd4143455157616571odd 104109 33 15949odd70 75 34 931odd394953598797odd 35 17odd9202141odd 36 155odd6163677598 103 19odd10 1316171933odd4153odd57630dd Review 69707274 Exam 3 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Section Problems 27 163odd699198 41 117odd19242529333957odd6573odd8791 42 145odd4752 53109odd119135149 43 l81every other odd83101odd125132 44 189every other odd91100101111odd115139146 45 15715odd161719425154 14531odd32383945odd5159odd60 63 ReV1eW Exam 4 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Math 103 College Algebra Spring 2012 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes MTH 103 WeBWorK Assignment Due Dates Please Note Homework must be submitted by 700 am for all due dates Section 100 Credit 75 Credit Tutorial 126 129 11 126 129 12 126 129 13 126 129 14 126 129 15 128 131 16 130 22 17 24 27 21 26 29 22 211 214 23 213 216 24 213 216 25 218 221 26 220 223 28 225 228 31 227 31 32 317 320 33 319 322 34 324 327 35 326 329 36 331 43 27 42 45 41 47 410 42 49 412 43 416 419 44 421 424 45 428 Not Available 26 Combination of Functions Composite Functions Textbook Homework l 29odd 31 35 39 41 43 47 49 53 71odd 81 93 99 114 115 Objectives 0 nding the domain of functions 0 combining x 39 functions 0 forming composite functions The domain of a function that does not model data or verbal conditions is the set of allowable values for x You must exclude the following from the domain a real numbers that cause division by zero b real numbers that result in a square root of a negative number Tip Use a number line to determine the domain when using interval notation I l Recall The intersection of sets A and B A n B is the set of elements common to both A and B Example If A 2 8 and B 3 6 then A D B Example 1 Find the domain for each of the following functions Write the domain using interval notation a fx3X2 b gxx2 5x2 l c he x2 6x 4 fx x2 4 e gx x2x 6 x 2 t hogt x2 5x6 g M 2 36 5 Page 1 26 Combination of Functions x Given two functions f and g f 00 fx 06 f gXx f x gm ngx f x 39 gm i Note For x and of 1 Sum lf and g the domain of the 2 Difference combination must be common to both f and g 4 Quotient fx Where gx 0 i g gx 3 Product domain of f N domain of g l l Example 2 If f x xx 3 and gx x S x nd each of the following including their domains a f gx 13 f gx Domain Domain c lfggtltx d Sock Domain Domain Example 3 If fx x 5 and gx x2 2x 8 nd each of the following including their domains at f gx b f gx Domain Domain c fgx d ock Domain Domain Example 4 Refer to Example 3 to nd each of the following a f g3 M Cb fg3 c WWW g Page 2 26 Example 5 if f x 6 1 and gx l nd ix and list its domain x x g Composition of Functions The composition of the function f with g is denoted by f o g and is de ned by the equation f o gxx fgx fgx The domain of the composite function f o g is the set of all x such that 0 x is in the domain of g k gx is in the domain of f Think beginningend or insideoutside E Example 6 If x 2 3x 4 and gx x2 6 evaluate each of the following including their domains 21ng 09 golf Page 3 26 Math 103 College Algebra Fall 2011 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes SECTION Lecture Time Recitation DayTime Lecture Location Recitation Location Lecture Instructor Recitation Instructor Of ce Hours Of ce Hours Of ce Location Of ce Location Phone Phone E mail E mail Class Materials 0 Course Text College Algebra Essentials by Robert Blitzer Prentice Hall 3rd Custom Edition for Michigan State University 2010 o Graphing Calculator A graphing calculator is required for this course and should be brought to every class meeting A TI 83 or 84 is recommended for this course Only a pencil or pen and one graphing calculator will be required for quizzes and exams Calculators such as the TI 8992 laptops iPads computers cell phones etc are not to be used for any graded work in this course Cell phones and any equipment using earphones are prohibited in the classroom 0 WeBWorK Online Homework System Graded homework is done online with WeBWorK See Pages 7 and 8 There is a 30 fee for WeBWorK which is handled by the department They will contact you after the second week of class Evaluation 0 Your course grade will be determined by four 50minute exams 400 points seven quizzes 100 points 27 graded WeBWorK homework assignments 100 points uniform nal exam 200 points TOTAL POINTS FOR COURSE 800 points The grading scale will be no worse than what is shown in the table below 907100 40 65772 85789 35 60764 15 79784 30 55759 10 73778 25 0754 00 0 There will be 27 graded homework assignments that will be submitted online using WeBWorK for a total of 100 points Homework from the course textbook is selfgraded and will not be turned in Homework submitted after the due date will not be accepted Refer to Page 7 for due dates 1 Math 103 College Algebra Fall 201 1 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes There will be 7 inclass quizzes each worth 20 points Five highest scores will be counted toward the nal course grade The two dropped scores will accommodate quizzes missed due to illness or other personal reasons as well as low quiz scores There will be no make up quizzes The nal exam grading scale will be determined after all section results are submitted at the end of the semester Students are expected to produce carefully written documents All work must be shown for problems All writing must be in complete sentences employing standard English and mathematical symbols Writing must be legible and neat Any use of crib sheets stored information in calculators etc as an aid in writing quizzes or exams is speci cally prohibited in this course Attendance Students are expected to be present and ON TIME for ALL class sessions You are responsible for the material covered if you are absent from class If absent you will need to obtain missed materialinformation from classmates Any changes in this syllabus or in the scheduling of exams or quizzes will be announced during class and or Via email Make up Policy There will be no make up exams A missed exam will receive a score of 0 unless a valid reason is presented before the time of the exam or after the exam in the case of an emergency Only extreme situations with an of cial documented excuse will allow a student to be excused from an exam The score for the missed exam will then be determined from the corresponding chapter questions on the nal exam Students must look at this syllabus carefully and plan well ahead Advance travel schedules business or personal are NOT excuses Uniformly Graded WeBWorK Homework There are 27 graded homework assignments These assignments will be posted on httpwebworkmathmsueduwebworkZMTH 103 FSll ALLEN Student solutions must be submitted by due dates for 100 credit Homework submitted within three days after the due date will be given 75 credit The due dates can be found on the WeBWorK website after you log in Refer to Pages 7 and 8 of this syllabus for more WeBWorK information Late homework will not be accepted It is highly recommended that you submit homework early before the due datetime to allow for any technical dif culty or other unforeseen circumstances Math 103 College Algebra Syllabus MWF Day Classes Fall 201 1 MWTh Day Classes Grade change Policy If you have any questions regarding the grading of any of your graded material you should return the graded material to your instructor and attach a short note with your questions before leaving the classroom This must be done on the day that the instructor hands back the material in class Once the graded material has left the classroom no grading changes will be made Integrity of Scholarship and Grades All students are expected to adhere to the University s policy concerning academic integrity According to this policy quot no student shall claim or submit the work of another as one s ownquot For more information about this and other scholarship issues please Visit httnsplifestudentlifemsuedu Mathematics Learning Center The Mathematics Learning Center MLC is located in the Awing lobby of Wells Hall and will open on Tuesday September 6 at 1120am The MLC offers free and friendly help to students outside of the classroom setting The weekly hours are Monday Thursday Friday Sunday Important Dates Wednesday August 31 Monday September 5 Wednesday September 7 Thursday September 8 Wednesday September 14 Monday September 26 Wednesday October 19 Thursday Friday Nov 2425 Friday December 9 Monday December 12 1120 am 400 pm and 620 pm 950 pm 1120 am 250 pm 510 pm 840 pm First Day of Classes Labor Day University is closed Online open add period ends at 8 pm Students go to A212 WH for Mathematics enrollment changes late adds section changes dropping back to a lower course Deadline Wednesday September 14 500pm End of 100 tuition refund MIDDLE OF SEMESTER Last day to drop a course or withdraw from all courses with no grade reported Thanksgiving Break University is closed Last day of classes Final Exam 1000am 7 1200 noon Location TBA Math 103 College Algebra Fall 2011 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Tentative Exam Dates Exam Sections MWTh Classes MWF Classes 1 11 7 17 Thursday September 22 Friday September 23 2 21 7 28 Thursday October 20 Friday October 21 3 31 7 36 Thursday November 10 Friday November 11 4 41 7 45 Thursday December 1 Friday December 2 The uniform comprehensive nal exam will be held on Monday December 12 from 1000 am to 12 noon The location according to section number will be announced at a later date Tentative Course Schedules Fall 2011 MWTh Classes Math 103 College Algebra Fall 2011 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Fall 2011 MWF Classes Tentative Homework gfor 3rd Custom Edition of College Algebra The practice problems listed below are your main learning source in addition to graded homework in WeBWorK Although they are not collected for grading solving them after each lecture is the best way to succeed in this class Ideally you should keep an organized notebook with your best attempt at solving each of these problems using it for review and also when getting help from your instructor or the Math Learning Center Please remember that this list is a minimal set of problems that you will need to solve and fully understand It may be necessary to solve additional problems to achieve mastery of the concepts presented in certain sections Section Problems 11 379ll13171921252955odd6779818385 1 2 ll5oddl72325313335394347495l55575961677377 39 7985899l121l33 13 ll7odd21222573odd8586879l939495 14 l47odd537l747780 1 5 ll3odd1517212533394547556165697375 39 109oddll7121125129139149odd172l73 16 l79odd899395101127131133137 17 l25eve1y other odd2799odd103120123131149155 Review 19odd1335odd3943454749101odd111123odd Exam 1 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text 5 Math 103 College Algebra Fall 2011 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes Section Problems 21 153every other odd5593odd97101105107122126 22 175odd114120 23 169every other odd7385odd 24 123odd273 843 25 l93every other odd127l37152 26 129odd3 1 3 53 941 4347495371odd8193991 14 115 27 163odd699198 28 165odd666773 Review 163odd71 05odd I I Exam 2 Additlonal Pract1ce Problems hsted at the end of the text Section Problems 31 17odd1747odd57596371odd9199odd 32 19odd10 181931odd4143455157616571odd 104109 33 15949odd70 75 34 931odd394953598797odd 35 17odd9202141odd 36 155odd6163677598 103 19odd10 1316171933odd4153odd5763odd Review 69707274 Exam 3 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Section Problems 41 117odd19242529333957odd6573odd8791 42 145odd4752 53109odd119135149 43 l81every other odd83101odd125l 32 44 189every other odd91100101111odd115139146 45 15715odd161719425154 1453 1odd323 83 945odd5159odd60 63 ReV1eW Exam 4 Additional Practice Problems listed at the end of the text Math 103 College Algebra Fall 2011 Syllabus MWF Day Classes MWTh Day Classes MTH 103 WeBWorK Assignment Due Dates Please Note Homework must be submitted by 700 am for all due dates Section 100 Credit 75 Credit Tutorial 9 1 0 9 1 3 11 910 913 12 910 913 13 912 915 14 917 920 15 917 920 16 919 922 17 924 927 21 926 929 22 101 104 23 103 106 24 103 106 25 1010 1013 26 1015 1018 27 1017 1020 28 1022 1025 31 1024 1027 32 1029 111 33 1031 113 34 115 118 35 117 1110 36 1112 1115 41 1114 1117 42 1121 1124 43 1126 1129 44 123 126 45 1210 Not Available

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