Math 111 Spring 2008
Instructor: Dr. G. Lugo
Office Hours: MWF 9-10 or by appointment. Br. 224
Textbooks: Algebra and Trigonometry, 4th
ed. By Sullivan and Sullivan
TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator
|Syllabus:||Part I||1.1-1.4; 5.1, 10.8; 1.5-1.8|
|Official Syllabus for all Math 111 sections|
|Homework, Online HW: www.coursecompass.com|
|Grading:||The grade will be based on the cumulative distribution of your scores on the following|
|Quizzes||50 points (Best 5)||Old tests:|
|Exam 1||100 points||Ex1F04||Ex1F07 1 2||Ex1S08 1 2|
|Exam 2||100 points||Ex2F04||Ex2F07 1 2||Ex2S08 1 2|
|Exam 3||100 points||Ex3F04||Ex3F07||Ex3S08 1 2|
|Fine-tuning of the grade will take into account other factors such as attendance, improvement, grade distribution, consistency, and class participation. Efforts will be made to device exams which will result on a ten point grading scale.|
|Make-ups:||There will be no make-ups, no early exams. No
If you miss an exam without a proper excuse you will get zero points in that exam. If you miss an additional exam for any reason, you will get zero points onthat exam.
|Under exceptional circumstances, students who missed one
exam with a proper
excuse, will be allowed to replace the score in that exam with an average
computed from the corresponding section in the final exam.
|Honor Code:||Complete academic honesty is expected from all
students. Please, read section 4.1 of the
Undergraduate Academic Honor Code.
|Attendance:||Do not miss any classes. Many of the class
activities involve cooperative learning, and your presence in these group
activities is crucial. In particular, do not miss any exams! - Final exams
are comprehensive and the "grade replacement" policy
can become a source of considerable stress.
a) To prepare
students for Calculus.
a) Math Lab /