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# Syllabus for Intermediate Algebra

Course Description
MATH 99 is designed to prepare students for entry into college-level mathematics courses. Topics
include: systems of equations , linear and absolute value inequalities, rational exponents and radicals,
complex numbers , solving and graphing quadratic equations , composite and inverse functions,
logarithmic and exponential functions . A graphing calculator may be required. Prerequisite: Math
098 with a grade of C or higher, or appropriate math placement score. and previous computer
experience with internet and email usage, at minimum.

Required Materials:

• Beginning and Intermediate Algebra , 3/E, K. Elayn Martin-Gay, Prentice Hall
• MyMathlab Access code

NOTE: this text is used for Math 97, 98, and 99. Your MyMathLab access code for this text is good for one
year from the date that you register.

Coursecompass/MyMathLab Course ID: edwards47676
• Scientific Calculator: Any scientific calculator. A graphing calculator is not required .
• Computer and Internet access: A computer capable of running MyMathLab and a good Internet
connection. High speed internet is strongly recommended in order to take advantage of multimedia
features.

NOTE: If your computer does not meet the system requirements , your only other option for
taking this DE course is to utilize the computer labs on the SVC campus.

Course Deadlines:
While this is a partly self-paced course, there are some firm deadlines for assignments and
exams.
Use the following calendar as a guideline in order to finish by the end of the quarter. You
are encouraged to work ahead when you are able. All work for the course must be completed by
Tuesday, March 11 at 5:00 PM.

 Week Beginning on: Suggested Timeline Firm Due Dates, important info 01: Jan. 3 Chapter 9: Inequalities and Absolute Value In MML, click on ASSIGNMENTS for assignment deadlines, Do Homework for homework deadlines, Take Test for exam deadlines. 02: Jan. 7 Chapter 9: Inequalities and Absolute Value January 10: Assignments 1 and 2 DUE! (Bio and syllabus quiz) 03: Jan. 14 Exam 01: Covers Chapter 9 Chapter 10: Rational Exponents , Radicals and Complex Numbers 04: Jan. 21 Chapter 10: Rational Exponents, Radicals and Complex Numbers Check ASSIGNMENTS for due dates for assignments 05: Jan. 28 Exam 02: Covers Chapter 10 Chapter 11: Quadratic Equations and Functions 06: Feb. 4 Chapter 11: Quadratic Equations and Functions 07: Feb. 11 Exam 03: Covers Chapter 11 Chapter 12: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Feb. 11 - Assignment 5: Complete Exam 2 You will still be able to work on exam 2 after this date, however, you will not get credit for the assignment. 08: Feb. 18 Chapter 12: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 09 Feb. 25 Exam 04: Covers Chapter12 Chapter 13.1 : Parabola and Circle 10 Mar. 3 Review Exam 05: Covers Chapters 9 -12, 13.1 11 Mar. 10 -11 Exam 05: Covers Chapters 9 -12, 13.1 All homework and exams are due by March 11 at 5:00 PM.

Important Dates:

 Thursday, January 10 Assignments 1 and 2 are due Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Day – College closed Monday, February 11 Assignment 5 is due: Exam 2 completed (and all prerequisite homework) Thursday, February 14 Last Day to withdraw from a class and receive a “w” on your transcript Monday, February 18 Presidents Day – college closed Tuesday, March 11 All Coursework must be completed by 5:00 PM
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