# Basic Arithmetic

**I. Course Description**

**Math 02** covers arithmetical principles and computations including whole
numbers,

fractions, decimals, percents, measurement, graph interpretation , geometric
forms, and

applications. The course develops the mathematical proficiency necessary for
selected

curriculum entrance Credits not applicable toward graduation. Lecture 4 hours
per week.

**II. Prerequisite:
**

Mathematical Placement Test.

**III. Instructional Materials:**

Textbook: Basic College Mathematics by Tobey and Slater; 5

^{th}edition, 2005.

**IV. Overall objectives:**

1. Perform operations with whole numbers.

2. Introduce order of operations .

3. Perform operations with signed numbers .

4. Perform operations with rational numbers.

5. Solve proportion and percent problems.

6. Solve word problems.

7. Read and interpret graphs and tables.

8. Introduce square roots .

9. Find area and perimeter of plane figures.

**V. Attendance Policy:**

You are expected to attend every class section. Mathematics is a comprehensive subject

and builds on itself. If you are unable to attend a session, contact the instructor or a

classmate to find out what was missed. You are responsible for reading the sections

covered that day and completing the assignments as listed on the syllabus.

VI. Supplements

VI. Supplements

1. Videotapes of lectures of each section in the book are available in the Learning

Lab.

2. Computer tutorial and drill software of each section in the book are available in

the Math Lab.

**VII. Disability Services Policy:**

Reasonable accommodations will be made for students with disabilities provided those

students have registered with the Office of Disability Services. Present your teacher with

the documentation.

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**Math 02: Basic Arithmetic
Text: Basic College Mathematics by Tobey and Slater; 5th edition.**

**Chapter 1:Whole Numbers**

1.1 Understanding Whole Numbers

1.2 Adding Whole Numbers

1.3 Subtracting Whole Numbers

1.4 Multiplying Whole Numbers

1.5 Dividing Whole Numbers

1.6 Exponents and Order of Operations

1.7 Rounding and Estimation

1.8 Solving Applied Problems Involving Whole Numbers

**Chapter 2: Fractions**

2.1 Understanding Fractions

2.2 Simplifying Fractions

2.3 Converting between Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers

2.4 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers

2.5 Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

2.6 The Least Common Denominator and Creating Equivalent Fractions

2.7 Adding and Subtracting Fractions

2.8 Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers and Order of Operations

2.9 Solving Applied Problems Involving Fractions

**Chapter 3: Decimals**

3.1 Using Decimal Notation

3.2 Comparing, Ordering, and Rounding Decimals

3.3 Adding and Subtracting Decimals

3.4 Multiplying Decimals

3.5 Dividing Decimals

3.6 Converting Fractions to Decimals and Order of Operations

3.7 Estimating and Solving Applied Problems Using Decimals

**Chapter 4: Ratio and Proportion**

4.1 Ratios and Rates

4.2 The Concept of Proportions

4.3 Solving Proportions

4.4 Solving Applied Problems Involving Proportions

**Chapter 5: Percent**

5.1 Understanding Percent

5.2 Changing Between Percent, Decimals and Fractions

5.3a Solving Percent Problems Using Equations

5.3b Solving Percent Problems Using Proportions

5.4 Solving Applied Percent Problems

**Chapter 7: Geometry**

7.1 Angles

7.2 Rectangles and Squares

7.3 Parallelograms, Trapezoids, and Rhombuses

7.4 Triangles

7.5 Square Roots

7.6 Pythagorean Theorem

7.7 Circles

7.8 Volume

**Chapter 9: Signed Numbers**

9.1 Adding Signed Numbers

9.2 Subtracting Signed Numbers

9.3 Multiplying and Dividing Signed Numbers

9.4 Order of Operations with Signed Numbers

9.5 Scientific Notation

**Math 02 Syllabus
Week Section Page Assignment**

1

1.1 | 9 | 1-53 every other odd (eoo) |

1.2 | 20 | 1-57 eoo |

1.3 | 32 | 1-89 eoo |

1.4 | 46 | 1-89 eoo |

2

1.5 | 58 | 1-85 eoo |

1.6 | 67 | 1-97 eoo |

1.7 | 77 | 1-85 eoo |

1.8 | 93 | 1-35 odds |

3

Review | ||

Test #1 | ||

2.1 | 115 | 1-53 eoo |

2.2 | 124 | 1-65 eoo, 85, 87 |

4

2.3 | 133 | 1-73 eoo |

2.4 | 139 | 1-33 eoo, 45-55 odd |

2.5 | 147 | 1-61 eoo, 69-77 odd |

2.6 | 161 | 1-65 eoo |

5

2.7 | 169 | 1-45 eoo, 55-63 odd |

2.8 | 177 | 1-41 eoo, 45-51 odd, 57-69 eoo |

2.9 | 188 | 1-21 odd |

6

Review | ||

Test #2 | ||

3.1 | 208 | 1-57 eoo |

3.2 | 214 | 1-61 eoo |

7

3.3 | 221 | 1-65 eoo |

3.4 | 230 | 1-49 eoo |

3.5 | 240 | 1-41 eoo |

3.6 | 249 | 1-65 eoo |

8

3.7 | 257 | 1-35 odd |

4.1 | 274 | 1-65 eoo |

4.2 | 281 | 1-49 eoo |

4.3 | 291 | 1-53 eoo |

9

4.4 | 297 | 1-25 odd |

Review | ||

Test #3 | ||

5.1 | 316 | 1-77 eoo |

**Week Section Page Assignment**

10

5.2 | 325 | 1-69 eoo, 73-81 odd |

5.3A | 334 | 1-53 eoo |

5.3B | 342 | 1-41 eoo |

11

5.4 | 351 | 1-33 odd |

7.1 | 431 | 1-43 odd |

7.2 | 441 | 1-35 odd |

7.3 | 450 | 1-29 odd |

12

7.4 | 457 | 1-37 eoo |

7.5 | 464 | 1-29 odd |

7.6 | 473 | 1-29 odd |

7.7 | 483 | 1-45 eoo |

13

7.8 | 491 | 1-29 odd |

Review | ||

Test #4 |

14

9.1 | 581 | 1-43 odd, 59-71 odd |

9.2 | 588 | 1-53 eoo |

9.3 | 594 | 1-61 eoo |

9.4 | 601 | 1-35 odd |

15 Review for Exam

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