Spring 2017
Course: Math 1914, Pre-Calculus  (ACTS MATH 1305-Pre- Calculus)      Instructor: Dale Felkins         Office: Corley 228

Office Hours
10 - 11 MWF, 1 - 2 MWF.

Phone: (479) 498-6021         email:

Catalog Description:  This course is designed to provide additional mathematical background before enrolling in the calculus sequence.

Prerequisites: High School Algebra I and II, Trigonometry, and a Math ACTE subscore of at least 19.

Purpose:  The purpose of this course is to provide the student with additional mathematical background necessary for the calculus sequence.

TextPrecalculus , 5th Edition, by Blitzer, published by Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014.

Assessment Methods: Grading will be based on the following:
Homework     10%
Unit Tests      65%
Final Exam     25%

The following grading scale will be used: 
90-100%        A
80-89%         B
70-79%         C
60-69%         D
Below 60%    F

Material Covered: The following topics will be covered: 
Important dates
Classes BeginJan. 17
Spring BreakMarch 18 - 26
Last day to withdraw with a WApril 21
Last day of classes  May 2
End of course exam May 5

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