Section 4: MWF 10.10 to 11 AM, DGH 136

Instructor: SANKAR SITARAMAN

email: ssitaraman (AT) howard.edu

OFFICE: 219 ASB-B (behind Locke Hall) ; (202) 806-6832

OFFICE HOURS (official) MWF 1.10-2pm; Call 806-6832 at
other times.

Intensive College Algebra Course covering a review of real numbers, algebra and geometry, equations and inequalities, graphs -including graphs of lines and circles, and functions, including quadratic, polynomial and rational functions, and a bit of exponential functions. These are found in chapters P through 5 of the text.

Text: Algebra and Trigonometry, 3rd edition

Stewart, Redlin and Watson

You can purchase this here

You will get loose leaf text + ebook+webassign access for $97

Webassign is online homework system

** OR **

You can ebook by going to
e-book website

The e-book alone should cost you about $65

It can be used for college algebra 1 and 2 as well as precalculus

You should also get into the online homework website Webassign

** You will need the class key: howard 0567 4063 **

Read this **QUICK START INSTRUCTION** to see how to get started.

Look at instructions under "SELF-ENROLMENT" OPTION

You will have 14 days of free access and will need to purchase the ebook during that time

** SCHEDULE OF CLASSES AND TESTS**

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SCHEDULE OF EXAMS WILL BE ON UPDATE PAGE

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**Tutoring schedule**
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including homework problems, chapters covered in class, **solutions for
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**Quizzes, Tests, and grading**

In this course we will try to do many examples and problems. Example problems will be worked out in every class. You will be expected to work on them during class and do other recommended problems at home, by yourself or with your study group. There will also be practice assignments on webassign. It is highly recommended that you form a study group and meet with students in your study group atleast once a week.

There will be quizzes almost every other DAY, given IN CLASS. The quiz problems will be similar to the ones worked out in class. More details on that will be posted soon.The total points out of all the quizzess will count to 25% of the final grade. There will be 15 or more quizzes and the best 10 scores will be counted towards final grade.

There will be 3 tests (also IN CLASS) and the best 2 will count towards final grade. No make-ups unless in a serious emergency.

**Writing only answers in test, will fetch only small
amount of credit. Please always explain your work and present solutions
step by step. This will also help you to get partial credit even if answer
is wrong.**

**Grading:**

Total: 600 points (Quizzes: 100, Tests: 200, Final: 100 )

A: 360-400

B: 320-359

C: 280-329

D: 240-319

F: Below 240

Final exam 4-6pm Tue Apr 30