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MAT 104 Algebra with Applications
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NOTE: This course will use Teaching Assistants (TAs) order assist instructor with in to the the
student’s learning experience. TAs play active roles working with instructor provide student in the to
support, grading grading feedback, posting content course (e.g. discussion posts). and and in the
This course also utilize a live chat feature, email, phone/texting that are tied instructor may and to the
and or or the team TA support when supporting students addressing student questions concerns.
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course emphasizes the applications algebra a variety fields, including probability, of to of
statistics, finance. also covers mathematical modeling set and It and theory.
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Required Resources: ALEKS Access Code
Supplemental Resources: A scientific calculator is recommended.
Recommended Online Resources:
Khan Academy. Note: links a relevant (2013). [ http://www.khanacademy.org to number of
Khan Academy videos are given course in the shell.]
Set Theory Symbols. (2013). Rapid Tables . Retrieved from
http://www.rapidtables.com/math/symbols/Set_Symbols.htm c
Stat Trek: Teach Yourself Statistics. (2013). http://stattrek.com/ c
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. data and of Describe using Venn diagrams the notation set theory.
2. and Solve problems using concepts from set theory logic.
3. and Solve (graphically algebraically) linear equations.
4. and Solve problems involving counting principles, including permutation combination problems.
5. of and Compute the probabilities simple compound events.
6. data of and Describe using measures center spread.
7. Calculate statistics.
8. and or Summarize and describe data using numbers / graphs.
9. of and or Discuss the concept a function / graphs.
10. and Model data using exponential logarithmic functions.
11. Apply interest. finance formulas to calculate
ATTENDANCE POLICY:
This course uses the Aleks platform for lab work. Attendance recorded when c is an
assessment first submitted when a topic attempted that counts towards topic mastery. is or is
Secondary assessment attempts may allowed some courses improve grades, be in to but
they count for attendance. will not
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WEEKLY COURSE SCHEDULE
The standard requirement a credit course students spend hours weekly for 4.5 hour is for to 13.5 in
work. This includes preparation, activities, evaluation regardless delivery Depending c and of mode. c
on and of need where you start from, your rate learning, you may to spend more time. c
Week
Activities and Evaluation
Points
1
Activities
Register ALEKS for
Complete the ALEKS tutorial
Complete the Initial Knowledge Check (pre-assessment)
Work at least 7 hours mastering topics in ALEKS
Evaluation
ALEKS Spent Time
20
2
Activities
Work at least 7 hours mastering topics in ALEKS
Evaluation
ALEKS Spent Time
20
3
Activities
Work at least 7 hours mastering topics in ALEKS
Evaluation
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