SPC MATH 1324 - Syllabus (7 pages)

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South Plains College
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Math 1324 - Math-busi & Soc Sci

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Math 1324 3 3 0 Mathematical Analysis I South Plains College Mathematics Department A Division of Arts and Sciences Martha Ann Jones Spring 2012 Course Syllabus Math 1324 Course Mathematical Analysis I Instructor Martha Ann Jones Office 307 B Reese Phone 806 716 4632 E mail mjones southplainscollege edu Office Hours Any changes will be posted outside office 307 B Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 8 15 9 00 8 15 9 00 10 15 1 00 8 15 9 00 8 15 9 00 10 15 1 00 Friday Prerequisites Two years of high school algebra or Math 0320 TSI compliance Course Description Math 1324 Mathematical Analysis I 3 3 0 Topics include inequalities progressions relations functions systems of equations matrices linear programming compound interest and annuities Textbook College Mathematics 12th Edition by Barnett Ziegler and Byleen 2011 Pearson Education Inc Upper Saddle River NJ Graphing Calculator You will be required to purchase a TI 83 TI 83 Plus or TI 84 Plus programmable calculator for this class Other types of graphing calculators may work for some applications but will not be discussed in class The calculator is NOT optional Calculators will not be allowed on certain topics Attendance Attendance and effort are the most important activities for success in this course Attendance will be taken at every class period Students that arrive more than 15 minutes late or leave more than 15 minutes early will be considered absent for that day Students that sleep during class or do not participate in class or lab activities will be counted as absent Students that are talking during class will be asked to leave and will be counted as absent Students that are texting during class may be asked to leave and will be counted absent Any student that misses four consecutive classes or five cumulative classes will be dropped with a grade of X or F Once the deadline for dropping a class is reached see important dates students with 5 absences or more will be assigned a grade of F when final grades are



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