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|[pic] |Course Syllabus |
| |College of Natural Sciences |
| |MTH/208 Version 6 |
| |College Mathematics I |
| |HEFOUN88 |

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Course Description

This course begins a demonstration and examination of various concepts of algebra. It assists in building skills for performing specific mathematical operations and problem solving. These concepts and skills serve as a foundation for subsequent quantitative business coursework. Applications to real-world problems are emphasized throughout the course. This course is the first half of the college mathematics sequence, which is completed in MTH/209: College Mathematics II.

Policies

Faculty and students will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents:

• University policies: You must be logged into the student website to view this document. • Instructor policies: This document is posted in the Course Materials forum.

University policies are subject to change. Be sure to read the policies at the beginning of each class. Policies may be slightly different depending on the modality in which you attend class. If you have recently changed modalities, read the policies governing your current class modality.

Course Materials

Rockswold, G. K., & Krieger, T. A. (2013). Beginning and intermediate algebra: With applications and visualization. (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley.

All electronic materials are available on the student website.

|Week One: Fundamentals of Algebraic Expressions and Equations |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives |Identify variables, coefficients, and constants. | | |
| |Simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms. | | |
| |Evaluate expressions. | | |
| |Solve problems using order of operations. | | |
| |Apply properties of real numbers to algebraic expressions. | | |
| |Translate English phrases to algebraic expressions. | | |
|Reading |Read Ch. 1 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Reading |Read the University of Phoenix Material: MyMathLab® Study Plan. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. |Wed 13 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 1 | |
| | |6 pm | |
|Discussion Questions |Respond to weekly discussion questions. |Fri 15 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 1 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Using MyMathLab® | | |
|Preparation |Complete the MyMathLab® orientation by clicking the MyMathLab® link on the student website and| | |
|MyMathLab® Orientation |selecting MyMathLab® Orientation under the Homework and Tests tab. | | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Watch this week’s videos located on your student website. | | |
|Preparation | | | |
|Week One Videos | | | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Follow the Math Help Community in PhoenixConnect. The focus of the community is to help | | |
|Preparation |students succeed in their math courses. Post questions and receive answers from other | | |
|PhoenixConnect |students, faculty, and staff from the Center for Mathematics Excellence. | | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Join a Live Math Tutoring session by clicking the Live Math Tutoring link under Useful Links | | |
|Preparation |on the Materials tab of the student website. | | |
|Live Math Tutoring | | | |
| |In the session, get familiar with the whiteboard environment and the tools used in the | | |
| |whiteboard. Discuss any questions you may have with a tutor. | | |
| | | | |
| |Note. Tutors can help students with homework exercises. Tutors cannot help students with | | |
| |Self-Checks or the Final Examination. | | |
|Learning Team |Resource: Learning Team Toolkit |Thu 14 Mar |1 |
|Instructions |Complete the Learning Team Charter. |2013 11:59 pm | |
|Learning Team Charter | |Week 1 | |
|Individual |Complete the Week One assignment in MyMathLab®. |Mon 18 Mar |10 |
|MyMathLab® Exercises | |2013 11:59 pm | |
| | |Week 1 | |
|Individual |Review your Study Plan in MyMathLab® after completing the homework assignment for the week. |Thu 14 Mar |1 |
|Week One Study Plan |Select topics from this week's materials in your study plan that have been highlighted for |2013 | |
| |further review. |Week 1 | |
| |Continue working on these topics until you add a minimum of five new correct topics to your |11:59 pm | |
| |Study Plan report. | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week One self-check in MyMathLab®. |Tue 19 Mar |2 |
|Week One Self-Check | |2013 11:59 pm | |
| | |Week 1 | |

|Week Two: Linear Equations and Inequalities |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives | | | |
| |Evaluate linear equations. | | |
| |Solve linear equations. | | |
| |Solve equations using formulas. | | |
| |Use linear equations and inequalities in real-world applications. | | |
| |Solve linear inequalities. | | |
|Reading |Read Ch. 2 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. |Wed 20 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 2 | |
| | |6 pm | |
|Discussion Questions |Respond to weekly discussion questions. |Fri 22 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 2 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Watch this week’s videos located on your student website. | | |
|Preparation | | | |
|Week Two Videos | | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Two assignment in MyMathLab®. |Mon 25 Mar |10 |
|MyMathLab® Exercises | |2013 | |
| | |Week 2 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Individual |Review your Study Plan in MyMathLab® after completing the homework assignment for the week. |Thu 21 Mar |1 |
|Week Two |Select topics from this week's materials in your study plan that have been highlighted for |2013 | |
|Study Plan |further review. |Week 2 | |
| |Continue working on these topics until you add a minimum of five new correct topics to your |11:59 pm | |
| |Study Plan report. | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Two self-check in MyMathLab®. |Tue 26 Mar |2 |
|Week Two Self-Check | |2013 | |
| | |Week 2 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Learning Team |Post your team’s compilation of the four most difficult problems you completed this week. |Tue 26 Mar |2 |
|Weekly Summary |Answer these questions about the problems: |2013 | |
| | |Week 2 | |
| |Why do you think they were more difficult than others? |11:59 pm | |
| |What did you do to overcome this difficulty? | | |
| |How did you arrive at a solution? | | |

|Week Three: Graphs and Linear Functions |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives | | | |
| |Generate graphs. | | |
| |Determine the intercepts of a linear function. | | |
| |Determine the slope of a linear function. | | |
| |Create a linear equation using data. | | |
| |Use linear functions in real-world applications. | | |
| |Identify representations of functions. | | |
|Reading |Read Ch. 3 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Reading |Read parts 8.1 and 8.2 in Ch. 8 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. |Wed 27 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 3 | |
| | |6 pm | |
|Discussion Questions |Respond to weekly discussion questions. |Fri 29 Mar |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 3 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Watch this week’s videos located on your student website. | | |
|Preparation | | | |
|Week Three Videos | | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Three assignment in MyMathLab®. |Mon 1 Apr 2013|10 |
|MyMathLab® Exercises | |Week 3 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Individual |Review your Study Plan in MyMathLab® after completing the homework assignment for the week. |Thu 28 Mar |1 |
|Week Three Study Plan |Select topics from this week's materials in your study plan that have been highlighted for |2013 | |
| |further review. |Week 3 | |
| |Continue working on these topics until you add a minimum of five new correct topics to your |11:59 pm | |
| |Study Plan report. | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Three self-check in MyMathLab®. |Tue 2 Apr 2013|2 |
|Week Three Self-Check | |Week 3 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Learning Team |Post your team’s compilation of the four most difficult problems you completed this week. |Tue 2 Apr 2013|2 |
|Weekly Summary |Answer these questions about the problems: |Week 3 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
| |Why do you think they were more difficult than others? | | |
| |What did you do to overcome this difficulty? | | |
| |How did you arrive at a solution? | | |

|Week Four: Systems of Two-Variable Linear Equations |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives | | | |
| |Solve systems of linear equations by graphing. | | |
| |Solve systems of linear equations algebraically. | | |
| |Solve systems of linear inequalities. | | |
| |Use systems of equations and inequalities in real-world applications. | | |
|Reading |Read Ch. 4 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. |Wed 3 Apr 2013|2 |
| | |Week 4 | |
| | |6 pm | |
|Discussion Questions |Respond to weekly discussion questions. |Fri 5 Apr 2013|2 |
| | |Week 4 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Watch this week’s videos located on your student website. | | |
|Preparation | | | |
|Week Four Videos | | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Four assignment in MyMathLab®. |Mon 8 Apr 2013|10 |
|MyMathLab® Exercises | |Week 4 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Individual |Review your Study Plan in MyMathLab® after completing the homework assignment for the week. |Thu 4 Apr 2013|1 |
|Week Four Study Plan |Select topics from this week's materials in your study plan that have been highlighted for |Week 4 | |
| |further review. |11:59 pm | |
| |Continue working on these topics until you add a minimum of five new correct topics to your | | |
| |Study Plan report. | | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Four self-check in MyMathLab®. |Tue 9 Apr 2013|2 |
|Week Four Self-Check | |Week 4 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Learning Team |Post your team’s compilation of the four most difficult problems you completed this week. |Tue 9 Apr 2013|2 |
|Weekly Summary |Answer these questions about the problems: |Week 4 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
| |Why do you think they were more difficult than others? | | |
| |What did you do to overcome this difficulty? | | |
| |How did you arrive at a solution? | | |

|Week Five: Exponents |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives | | | |
| |Use exponents in algebraic expressions. | | |
| |Apply exponential principles to scientific notation. | | |
|Reading |Read sections 5.1 & 5.5 in Ch. 5 of Beginning and Intermediate Algebra. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. |Wed 10 Apr |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| | |6 pm | |
|Discussion Questions |Respond to weekly discussion questions. |Fri 12 Apr |2 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Watch this week’s videos located on your student website. | | |
|Preparation | | | |
|Week Five Videos | | | |
|Nongraded Activities and|Complete the Week Five self-check in MyMathLab®. |Tue 16 Apr |2 |
|Preparation | |2013 | |
|Week Five Self-Check | |Week 5 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Individual |Complete the Week Five assignment in MyMathLab®. |Mon 15 Apr |2 |
|MyMathLab® Exercises | |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Individual |Review your Study Plan in MyMathLab® after completing the homework assignment for the week. |Thu 11 Apr |1 |
|Week Five Study Plan |Select topics from this week's materials in your study plan that have been highlighted for |2013 | |
| |further review. |Week 5 | |
| |Continue working on these topics until you add a minimum of five new correct topics to your |11:59 pm | |
| |Study Plan report. | | |
|Individual |Complete the final examination in MyMathLab®. |Tue 16 Apr |10 |
|Final Examination | |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| | |11:59 pm | |
|Learning Team |Post your team’s compilation of the four most difficult problems you completed this week. |Tue 16 Apr |2 |
|Weekly Summary |Answer these questions about the problems: |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| |Why do you think they were more difficult than others? |11:59 pm | |
| |What did you do to overcome this difficulty? | | |
| |How did you arrive at a solution? | | |
|In Class Final Quiz |Given in Week 5 over all Weeks |Wed 10 Apr |5 |
| | |2013 | |
| | |Week 5 | |
| | |6 pm | |

Optional Discussion Questions

Week One Discussion Questions

• Prime numbers are often used in cryptography. Why do you think prime numbers would be more useful for creating codes than composite numbers?

• Explain a real-world problem that you used math to solve. What mathematical expressions did you use in your problem-solving? Define your variables and explain your expression.

• Why is it important to follow the order of operations? What are some possible outcomes when the order of operations is ignored? If you invented a new notation where the order of operations was made clear, what would you do to make it clear?

• Experience a Live Math Tutoring session by clicking the Live Math Tutoring link under Useful Links on the Materials tab of the student website. Ask the tutor to assist you with a Week One homework problem or concept. Post the problem or concept a tutor helped you with, the date and time of the tutoring session, and how valuable you think having live tutors with 24/7 availability will be for your success in this course. Please also share whether you joined a one-on-one or a group session and which whiteboard tools you found to be most helpful in your discussions with the tutor.

Week Two Discussion Questions

• What resources are available to help you do well in this course? Which resources do you think will help you the most? Why? How do you plan to use the resources available to optimize your learning over the next four weeks?

• Can a linear equation and a linear inequality be solved in the same way? Explain why. What makes them different?

• What are the four steps for solving an equation? Should any other factors be accounted for when solving an equation? Should any factors be accounted for when explaining how to solve an equation? Explain your answer.

• What are the four steps for solving a problem? Should any other factors be accounted for when solving a problem? Should any factors be accounted for when explaining how to solve a problem? Explain your answer.

Week Three Discussion Questions

• Imagine that a line on a Cartesian graph is approximately the distance y in feet a person walks in x hours. What does the slope of this line represent? How is this graph useful? Provide another example for your colleagues to explain.

• What is the difference between a scatterplot and a line graph? Provide an example of each. Does one seem better than the other? In what ways is it better?

• If a line has no y-intercept, what can you say about the line? What if a line has no x-intercept? Think of a real-life situation where a graph would have no x- or y-intercept. Will what you say about the line always be true in that situation?

• Explain the concept of modeling. How does a model describe known data and predict future data? How do models break down? Can you think of an example?

• What are the differences among expressions, equations, and functions? Provide examples of each.

Week Four Discussion Questions

• How do you write a system of linear equations in two variables? Explain this in words and by using mathematical notation in an equation.

• What are two symbolic techniques used to solve linear equations? Which do you feel is better? Explain why.

• How many solution sets do systems of linear inequalities have? Do solutions to systems of linear inequalities need to satisfy both inequalities? In what case might they not?

• Do the equations x = 4y + 1 and x = 4y – 1 have the same solution? How might you explain your answer to someone who has not learned algebra?

Week Five Discussion Questions

• What are the practical usages of scientific notation? Why is scientific notation so important in our modern day society?

• What would be the value of expressing something like the national debt in scientific notation? What information would be lost in such a usage? Is that important? Explain why or why not.

• Using the readings discussed in this course, provide one real-world application of the information learned that has been the most valuable to you. Why has it been valuable?

• How do you think you will use the information you learned in this course in the future? Which concepts will be most important to you? Which will be least important? Explain your answers.

• If your son or daughter asked you why they needed to learn math in school, what would you tell them?

• Provide one real-world example of when graphing could be useful. Do you think you would ever use graphing in your life to solve problems? Explain why or why not.

• What concept learned in this course was the easiest for you to grasp? Why do you think it was easy for you? Which was the hardest? What would have made it easier to learn?

• Knowing what you know now about mathematics, how would you explain to a friend the value of mathematics in everyday life?

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