# Course Syllabus Math 101

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Course Syllabus Math 101

### 1.1. Final exam

1.1.1. 50% of the Final grade

### 1.2. Exercises

1.2.1. 5% of Final Grade each (total of 5)

## 2. Course Topics

### 2.1. Geometry

2.1.1. Shapes and Sizes

2.1.1.1. circles

2.1.1.2. triangles

2.1.1.3. parallelograms

2.1.2. Angles

2.1.2.1. right angles

2.1.2.2. obtuse angles

2.1.2.3. acute angles

2.1.3. Measurements

2.1.3.1. line segments

2.1.3.2. metric system

### 2.2. Algebra

2.2.1. Linear Equations

2.2.1.1. y=mx+b

2.2.1.2. y=mx-b

2.2.2.1. ax^2+bx+c=0

2.2.3. Solve for X

2.2.3.1. y=2x+3x+4

### 2.3. Pre-Calculus

2.3.1. Deriveraties

2.3.1.1. e^(-x/2) * sin(ax)

2.3.2. Exponential Equations

2.3.2.1. 4^2x+5

2.3.3. Trigonometry

2.3.3.1. 2sin(x)+3(cos)x

## 3. Required texts and supplies

### 3.1. Basic College Mathematics by Elain Martin-Gray

3.1.1. Chapters 5-9

### 3.2. Mathematics for Calculus by James Stewart

3.2.1. Chapters 10-15

### 3.3. A Survey of Mathematics with Applications by Allen R. Angel

3.3.1. Chapters 1-8

## 4. Course Objectives

### 4.1. To be able to tell different shapes apart by their angles

4.1.1. corresponding angles and their shapes

### 4.2. Successfully solve linear equations

4.2.1. getting the correct variables in place

### 4.3. Solving for different types of variables

4.3.1. placing needed variables in order to solve problem succesfully

## 5. Organization

### 5.1. Lectures

5.1.1. Twice a week

5.1.1.1. Mondays and Wednesdays

5.1.2. Quiz at the end

5.1.2.1. To be Turned in for a grade

### 5.2. Exams

5.2.1. Four Exams

5.2.1.1. Four Chapters Each

5.2.2. Final cannot be made up

5.2.2.1. Only with proper documentation

### 5.3. Exercises

5.3.1. Mental Exercises at the beginning of class