MA112 – Section 108 Lab-Enhanced Precalculus Algebra 1:25 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. MWF Dr. Maria Byrne. As you enter, please introduce yourself to a couple other people in the class. Pick up a syllabus. Today We Will. Go over syllabus. Take pre-test. Today We Will. Go over syllabus. Take pre-test.
As you enter, please introduce yourself to a couple other people in the class. Pick up a syllabus.
For next Wednesday: read R1 in book.
Byrne South Alabama
50 minutes, Monday, Wednesday and Friday
(1:25 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.)
50 minutes on Wendesday
(11:15 a.m. – 12:05 a.m.)
At the University of Alabama:
“Using MyMathLab to do homework was quite easy. Doing my homework online gave much practice for the test given in class. What I truly like about MML is that it tells how to work out each problem and what formulas to use. By using MML I found myself better prepared for the multiple choice final exam.”
“I like that MyMathLab lays out all of the things that you need to study. It keeps things in order, keeps you on track, and helps you learn how to solve all of the problems needed to pass the course. I never would have thought that I could have this much help in math while taking it online, but I really think that MyMathLab is a great resource and everyone should use it.”
“I was able to work at my own pace. I didn’t feel like I was pressured to keep up with anyone, and I didn’t feel like I was being held back by anyone.”
A custom edition taken from Precalculus: Graphs & Models, Fourth Edition by Marvin L. Bittinger, Judith A. Beecher, David J. Ellenbogen and Judith A. Penna (2008) .
You must purchase the book in order to acquire the student access code to MyMathlab, or buy it online with a credit card.
Midterm on Friday, October 1st
Final on Monday, December 13th
The department offers a tutoring lab in Room 456 to all student taking mathematics and statistics classes. There is no lab fee. Please check the bulletin board outside ILB 325 for details.
If you have a specific disability that may qualify you for academic accommodations:
Visit the Office of Special Student Services.
The last drop day for the course is October 29th. If you get to the point where you are considering dropping the course, please speak with me, the department chair (Dr. Carter) or the assistant to the chair (Dr. Brick) before dropping.
In small groups of 2 or more, introduce yourselves and ask each other any questions you have about the course.
(If no ones knows, you’ll have a chance to ask the instructor.)
Relationships between quantities:
However many cartons you have, you have twelve times that many eggs.
Let the number of cartons be represented by the letter C.
Let the number of eggs be represented by the letter E.
Then we have: E = 12 C.