# SPC MATH 1324 - Mathematical Analysis I (5 pages)

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- School:
- South Plains College
- Course:
- Math 1324 - Math-busi & Soc Sci

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Math 1324 Mathematical Analysis I Summer 2011 Instructor Philip W Anderson Office Levelland Campus Math 120A Phone 894 9611 Ext 2738 E mail panderson southplainscollege edu Website www southplainscollege edu math anderson Office Hours Before Class Text Lial Hungerford et al Finite Mathematics Second Custom Edition for South Plains College Boston MA Pearson Education 2007 Materials You will need to purchase graph paper a ruler and a graphing calculator A TI 83 TI 84 TI 85 or TI 86 calculator may be used Prerequisites Two units of high school algebra or successful completion of MATH 0320 You must satisfy the TSI requirements in math Course Objectives Upon completion of this course and receiving a passing grade the student will have mastered at least 70 of the course objectives The course objectives state that the student will be able to 1 identify evaluate characterize and graph linear polynomial rational exponential and logarithmic functions 2 set up and solve problems using linear models 3 use business formulas to calculate simple interest compound interest and evaluate annuities in order to solve finance problems 4 solve systems of equations by substitution elimination Gauss Jordan elimination and matrix inversion 5 perform matrix operations find the inverse of a matrix and solve systems of equations on a programmable calculator with the use of built in features and a GJE program 6 solve linear programming problems graphically and using the Simplex Method 7 simplify and factor algebraic expressions involving polynomials rational expressions exponents and radicals 8 solve linear quadratic exponential logarithmic and rational equations Course Outline Chapter 2 Graphs Lines and Inequalities Chapter 3 Functions and Graphs Chapter 4 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Chapter 5 Mathematics of Finance Chapter 6 Systems of Linear Equations and Matrices Chapter 7 Linear Programming Supplements Simplifying Expressions and Solving Equations Attendance Attendance and effort

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