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# College Algebra LinC MAC 1105

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This 11 page Class Notes was uploaded by Deshawn Dickens on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MAC 1105 at Valencia College taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/231223/mac-1105-valencia-college in Calculus and Pre Calculus at Valencia College.

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I D5 Sketch basic graphs including absolute value radical rational piecewise and power functions and demonstrate how to transform them I D6 Recognize whether or not a given function increases or decreases and model the behavior graphically I D7 5 E Recognize model and analyze linear functions in real world situations I E1 Given a realworld problem about a quantity that changes at a constant rate and an initial value write a linear function that models the quantity Additionally use the function and its graph to answer questions The student should be able to write the function without using linear regression I E2 Given a realworld problem that gives at least two pairs of corresponding values for two variables that are linearly related write a linear function that models the problem Additionally use the function and its graph to answer questions The student should be able to write the function without using linear regression I E3 6 F Recognize model and analyze quadratic functions in real world situations I F1 Given a realworld problem that is represented by a quadratic function use the function and its graph to answer questions about corresponding values the maximum or minimum value and ranges of values inequality I F2 Given a realworld problem that can be modeled by a quadratic function find the equation of the function The student should be able to write the function without using regression I F3 7 G Recognize model and analyze exponential and logarithmic functions in real world situations I G1 Given a realworld problem that can be modeled by an exponential function nd the equation of the function Additionally use the function and its graph to answer questions The student should be able to write the function without using regression I G2 Demonstrate the use of the definition and properties of logarithms to solve exponential equations I G3 8 H Given several concurrent quantitative conditions express each condition algebraically and find all possible solutions of the resulting system I H1 Solve and graph a system of two equations in two variables and interpret the results I H2 Solve and graph a system of inequalities in two variables and interpret the results I H3 Major Learning Outcomes with Corresponding Core Competencies and Indicators Learning Outcome 1 A Read and comprehend quantitative information describing real world situations at the college algebra level Core Competency Communicate Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment I employ methods of communication appropriate to Instruct Classroom assessment technique your audience and purpose Practice External examiner Assess Focus group Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Proble Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 evaluate the effectiveness of your own and others communication Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Focus group Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Proble Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles perspectives Instruct Practice Assess Behavioral observation Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration o Prtf 0 employ the facts formulas procedures of the discipline Instruct Practice Assess Behavioral observation Classroom assessment technique Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfo io Problemsolvi Learning Outcome 2 B Use algebra to model real world situations Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 apply disciplinary knowledge skills and values to educational and career goals Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 Problemsolving qu 0 implement effective problemsolving Instruct Classroom assessment technique decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles Instruct Classroom assessment technique perspectives Practice Group presentation Assess Interv39ew Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving quiz 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Classroom assessment technique Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 9 employ the facts formulas procedures of the Instruct Classroom assessment technique discipline Practice Group presentation Assess Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving quiz 0 integrate ideas and values from different disciplines Instruct Classroom assessment technique Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 revise conclusions consistent with new observations interpretations or reasons Instruct Practice Assess External examine Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Classroom assessment technique r Learning Outcome 3 C Recognize the mathematical function concept and describe relationships between variables in real world situations Use functions expressed verbally numerically graphically and symbolically Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 implement effective problemsolving decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Communicate Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 9 evaluate the effectiveness of your own and others39 communication Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles Instruct Classroom assessment technique perspectives Practice External examiner Assess Interview Jouma Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving quiz 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Classroom assessment technique Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Jouma Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 employ the facts formulas procedures of Instruct Classroom assessment technique the discipline Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Learning Outcome 4 D Given the graph of a function write its algebraic equation Given an algebraic equation of a function graph the function or a transformation of the function Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 implement effective problemsolving Instruct Classroom assessment technique decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfoli Problemsolving qu Core Competency Communicate Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 employ methods of communication appropriate to your audience and purpose Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration ortfolio Problemsolving qu O evaluate the effectiveness of your own and others39 communication Instruct Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles perspectives Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration ortfolio Problemsolving qu O employ the facts formulas procedures of the discipline Instruct Classroom assessment technique External examiner Focus group Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Proble Learning Outcome 5 E Recognize model and analyze Iinearfunctions in real world situations Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 implement effective problemsolving decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles perspectives Instruct Practice Assess External examine Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examessay Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstratio Classroom assessment technique r 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 employ the facts formulas procedures of the discipline Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Learning Outcome 6 F Recognize model and analyze quadratic functions in real world situations Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 implement effective problemsolving decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles perspectives Instruct Practice Assess External examine Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Classroom assessment technique r 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu O employ the facts formulas procedures of the discipline Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Learning Outcome 7 G Recognize model and analyze exponential and logarithmic functions in real world situations Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 implement effective problemsolving Instruct Classroom assessment technique decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles Instruct Classroom assessment technique perspectives Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Classroom assessment technique Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu O employ the facts formulas procedures of the Instruct Classroom assessment technique discipline Practice External examiner Assess Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Learning Outcome 8 H Given several concurrent quantitative conditions express each condition algebraically and find all possible solutions of the resulting system Core Competency Act Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment Course Outline Builder MAC 1105 0 implement effective problemsolving decisionmaking and goalsetting strategies Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving quiz Core Competency Think Indicators Level of Integration Method of Assessment 0 analyze data ideas patterns principles perspectives Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 draw wellsupported conclusions Instruct Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation In erview Journa Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu 0 employ the facts formulas procedures of the discipline Instruct Practice Assess Classroom assessment technique External examiner Group presentation Interview Journal Knowledge recall quiz Locally developed examobjective Locally developed multiple choice exam Oral examination Performance or Demonstration Portfolio Problemsolving qu Of ce of the Vice President for Academic Affairs amp Chief Learning Office Valencia Community College do Flonda Copyright 2005 Valencia Community College

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