Explores relations and functions graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally. Examines exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and rational functions. Investigates applications from a variety of perspectives. Graphing calculator required. TI-89 Titanium or Casio ClassPad recommended. The PCC math department recommends that students take MTH courses in consecutive terms. Recommended: MTH 95 taken within the past 4 terms. Prerequisite: MTH 95, RD 115, and WR 115, or equivalent placement. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide ).
- you will need the CRN to register.
- many classes have additional fees.
- classes marked with $0 or <$40 use low cost materials. Cost does not include art supplies, calculators, fees, and equipment.
|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates||Materials|
|22124||Web||—||—||03-Apr-2017 thru 17-Jun-2017||Textbooks for CRN 22124|
Instructor: Ann E Cary
Notes: See inst webpage at - spot.pcc.edu/~acary
Tuition: credit Fees: $20.00
For information, contact the department at 971-722-4172 (Office) or 971-722-4784 (Co-Chair) or 971-722-4782 (Co-Chair).
This page includes one section only, more sections may exist for this class.
Course details: CRN 22124
- Number of exams or activities will be proctored: 2
- Your instructor proctored session(s) will be held: Sylvania Campus on Monday, May 1, 6pm-8:30pm and on Monday, June 12, 6pm-8:30pm
- Alternatives will be offered for students who cannot attend the instructor proctored session:
- PCC campus testing centers
- Testing centers at other colleges
- Individual instructor approved proctors
- A PDF reader (such as Adobe Acrobat Reader) to read the online modules.
- Familiarity with file management, email, and uploading documents.
- Microsoft Word with the Equation Editor (it is included with MS-Word)
- Microsoft Word with Math Type (a separate, third-party software for which PCC have access)
- Libre Office (a free office suite package)
- A smartphone/tablet that can utilize a free app for creating PDFs
- Access to a scanner
- No show policy
- Your instructor can mark you as a "no show" if you do not participate in your class during the first week. This will remove you from the class. It is important to log in as soon as the class starts to see what the participation requirements are.
- Web Technical Requirements:
- Please be sure to read the quick guide to Distance Education technical requirements.
- Students with Disabilities:
- Students with disabilities should notify their instructor if accommodations are needed to take this class. For information about technologies that help people with disabilities in taking Web based distance learning classes please visit the Office for Students with Disabilities website.
- Web Prerequisite | Start Guide for Online Learning:
- Before you take your first online class at PCC, you must complete the start guide for online learning. The start guide will help you decide if online classes are right for you. Once you complete the start guide, you will be eligible to register for online classes. To learn more, go to http://www.pcc.edu/osg
Online publisher materials
The required textbook is ''Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions; A Unit Circle Approach to Trigonometry, Third Edition'' published by Pearson Publishers. The bookstore sells a new text bundled with MyMathLab. You are NOT required to buy a new text NOR are you required to purchase MyMathLab. Any 3rd edition text (new, used, electronic, rented, etc.) will suffice for this course.
Proctored exams and activities:
Other in-person and on-campus activities:
There are no other in-person and on-campus activities.
Online videos will be used. Web conferencing is optional.
You need to have computer and internet access at least several times per week. You will need to make sure to have the following (further details/instructions are given during the first week):
Electronically submitted work can be typed or hand-written; you need ONE of the following in order to do so:
A sample syllaubs and course calender from a prior term are available and contain further details about this course:
An online math course provides all of the resources and instructor support that you will need. Even though you won't physically attend class each week, it's imperative that you set aside an appropriate amount of time for the course each week. Just like in a face-to-face MTH 111 class, you should expect to spend 5 hours per week on lecture-equivalent course components (reading your textbook and lecture notes, watching videos, and participating in discussions) and an additional 10 - 12 hours per week working on practice homework, graded homework, and quizzes. This course is not self-paced and has assignments due each week; that said, it's also designed to allow you maximum flexibility with your own weekly schedule.