# MAT 1311.01, College Algebra (T/Th 9:30-10:45), Fall 2014

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# MAT 1311.03, College Algebra (T/Th 1:00-2:15), Fall 2014

### 3. Some Calculator Recommendations

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## Homework Assignments

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use this pdf file (this will
be removed from the website next week).
We will work some examples from 0.1-0.2 on Thursday.
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A good link for practice on multiplying polynomials and factoring:
Practice problems on factoring or multiplying polynomials

Finally, here is a good site that both explains and works examples with exponents.
and here is a good site that both explains and works examples with polynomials.

HW1:  Section 0.2, pgs 14-15, #'s 1,2,7-25 odd; R&S 0.3
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 9/2
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HW2:  0.5 15-21 (odd),23,27,29,31,35,37,41,43,45; R&S 0.3
0.5 problems (for those whose textbook hasn't arrived yet)
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 9/4
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HW3:  0.3 1-47 odd; R&S 0.4
Lecture notes over 0.3
Help for HW3:
Sites that give lots of practice on exponent problems for this homework assignment:
Product Property
Quotient Property
Power Property
Practice on any or all of our exponent Rules
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 9/9
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HW4:  0.4 1-47 odd; R&S 0.6
Lecture notes over 0.4
Our first quiz will be Thursday, 9/11 over HW1, HW2, HW3
Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!
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HW5:  0.5 29-41,47,61-65 odd; R&S 0.6
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 9/16
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HW6:  0.6 1-3,9-19,21,25-45,51-57; R&S 0.7
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 9/18
Lecture notes over 0.5a
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HW7:  0.6 5,7,23; 0.7 1-19; R&S 0.7
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 9/23
Lecture notes over 0.6B & 0.7
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HW8:  0.7 21-39 odd; R&S 2.1
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 9/25
Some old lecture notes over 0.7b
Lecture notes over 0.7b
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Our second quiz will be Thursday, 9/25 over HW4-HW7 (sections 0.4-0.6)
Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!
Use the sample quiz to practice what you should know. I am NOT
saying the questions will be the same as these quizzes!!
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HW9: 1.1 1-21,25; R&S 1.2
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 9/30
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HW10:  1.1 15-23,31-41 odd; 1.2 5,6,7,8,9
Lecture notes over 1.1b & 1.2a
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 10/2
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HW11:  1.2 35,37,39,41; R&S 1.3
Lecture notes over 1.2b
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 10/7
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HW12: 1.3 1-45 odd; R&S 1.4
Lecture notes over 1.3
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 10/9
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Our third quiz will be Tuesday, 10/14 over HW9-HW13 (sections 1.1-1.3)
Sample questions with answers from some old quizzes
Note: The questions above are to give some study material. Our quiz will be
similar to, but not just like, these questions. Our quiz is based on all the problems
we worked in sections 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3.
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HW13:  1.5 5-27 odd;
Lecture notes over 1.5a
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 10/14
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HW13a:  1.5 29,31,33 (systems of 3 equations and 3 unknowns)
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 10/21
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HW14:  Midpoint and Distance formula problems
Linear Function Application Problems
1.3 55,63
Answers to Midpoint and Distance formula problems
Answers to Linear Function App. Problems

Lecture notes over Midpoint, Distance, Linear Applications
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 10/23
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HW15:  2.1 #'s 5-35 odd; R&S 2.2
Lecture notes over 2.1
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 10/28
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HW16:  2.1 39,41;
2.2 #'s 1-11,17,19; Graph these parabolas like we did in class. Ignore the textbook instructions.
Lecture notes over 2.1b and 2.2
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 10/23
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Our fourth quiz will be Tuesday, 10/14 over HW13-HW15
(sections 1.5, Midpoint,Distance,Linear Apps handouts, 2.1)
Sample questions with answers from some old quizzes
Note: The questions above are to give some study material. Our quiz will be
similar to, but not just like, these questions. Our quiz is based on all the problems
we worked in HW13, HW13a, HW14, HW15.
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HW17:  2.2 #'s 31,37,this handout
Lecture notes over 2.1
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 10/28
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HW18:  3.1 #'s 15-29 odd; 3.2 #'s 3-17,23-29 odd
Lecture notes over 3.1 and 3.2
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 11/13
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HW19:  3.3 7-15,23-29 odd; R&S 3.4
Lecture notes over 3.3
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 11/18
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Our fifth quiz will be Tuesday, 11/18 over HW16, HW17, HW18, HW19
(sections 2.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3)
Sample questions with answers from some old quizzes
Note: The questions above are to give some study material. Our quiz will be
similar to, but not just like, these questions.
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HW20:  3.4 #'s 5,7,9,29,31; R&S 5.1
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 11/20
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HW21   5.1 #'s 1-15,29,31,33,35 odd;
5.2 #'s 1-13 odd; R&S 5.2
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 11/25
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HW22   5.3 #'s 1-15 odd; R&S 6.1
Lecture notes over 5.3
Due: Start of class on Tuesday, 12/2
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HW23   Handout 1 Problems (formulas 1 and 2)
Finance Formulas Handout
(We will use only formulas 1,2,3 and 7)
Due: Start of class on Thursday, 12/4
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HW24   Handout 2 Problems (formulas 3 and 7 and equation solving on 1)
There will be some problems like these on the final exam!
Lecture notes over handouts 1 and 2
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Practice Links for use with our finance formulas. Each link contains one practice problem

Some old lecture notes that contain a few more problems you can use for practice. Try
the problems on your own and then compare them to the solution given.

Old set of lecture notes that contain some additional practice problems
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If you have questions on any of these, take a picture of your work and either
email or text it to me with your question!

The final will cover homework problems and lecture examples from sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and
the finance handouts (HW21 - HW24).

I don't have any practice problems so the best way to study is to do the following:

1) Work every homework problem to the point where you can take it and re-work it without
looking at any previous work.
2) Try working all my examples from the lecture notes. Cover my work, do the problem and
3) Try working the text examples that are similar to the homework problems.
4) Find similar problems on the chapter 11, 12 and 13 reviews and tests and try to work
them.
5) Any of the above problems that you are getting the correct answer, take a picture of
your work and either email it or text it to me with your question.

Good luck!

Remember to bring two study sheets, your finance formulas handout and your calculator!

The final exam for MAT1311.03 (the T/Th 1:00 - 2:15 section) is on
Tuesday from 7:45 - 9:45 am in this room.
Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device)
and study sheet.

The final exam for MAT1311.01 (the T/Th 9:30 - 10:45 section) is on
Monday from 10:00 - Noon in this room.
Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device)
and study sheet.

If you have questions on anything, send me an email requesting a time to
meet. I will have many students and will always give first priority to those
who scheduled an appointment!

Note: On all emails for this course, start the subject line out with
MAT1311, followed by whatever else is appropriate. Emails without this
subject line formatting may not be accepted!

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