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 College Algebra
MATH 140
Course Syllabus
Credit Hours:
3 credits
Academic Term:
May 2013: May 31, 2013 – August 1, 2013
7:00 PM - 10:20 PM Eastern Daylight Time; Tuesday
EagleVision Home
Frank Mitchell
Office Hours:
Virtual Office, times posted on
Voicemail (402) 953-4518
[email protected]
Course Description:
This course focuses on fundamentals of exponents, radicals, linear and quadratic equations,
inequalities, functions, graphing techniques, and complex numbers. It includes an introduction to
function, curve sketching, elementary theory of equations, sequences and series, matrix algebra
and systems of equations, linear, polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, inverse and composite
functions, variation, and systems of equations. Lecture hours per week (4 :45). Prerequisite(s):
Qualifying score on the ERAU Mathematics Placement Examination or MATH 106.
Blended Format:
This course is offered in blended format. 70% of the required course will be conducted in-class.
30% will take place online in Blackboard. Class meetings will be comprised of lectures, audiovisual presentations, discussions, exercises, and student presentations. Online activities will
include discussion with classmates, posting of your work, reviewing classmates’ work, and
feedback from the instructor on your work. During the first class meeting, we will thoroughly
review the online Blended Course activities.
Course Goals:
This course is designed to provide students with mathematical skills to support further work in
calculus as required in Aviation Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Engineering Physics, and other degree programs.
Learning Outcomes:
Alignment with departmental program outcomes is indicated in parentheses. Upon completion of
the course, students will be able to do the following:
1. Use basic properties of fractional and integer exponents and radicals to simplify algebraic
expressions including expanding and factoring polynomial expressions and performing
arithmetic operations on algebraic fractions, exponentials and logarithms. (PO 1 & 7)
2. Solve linear, quadratic, and factorable higher degree polynomial equations. (PO 1 & 7)
3. Use the properties of logarithms and exponentials to change forms and solve logarithmic and
exponential equations. (PO 1 & 7)
4. Solve linear systems in two and three variables using substitution, elimination and Gaussian
methods. (PO 1 & 7)
5. Solve linear and factorable algebraic inequalities. (PO 1 & 7)
6. Calculate slopes, determine the equation of any straight line and graph the line determined by
any linear function. (PO 1 & 7)
7. Determine the domain and range of elementary, logarithmic and exponential functions,
including graphically-defined functions. Identify and graph linear, quadratic, logarithmic, and
exponential equations. (PO 1 & 7)
8. Recognize and evaluate composite functions and calculate and verify inverses of functions.
(PO 1 & 7)
9. Set-up and solve elementary applied problems. (PO 1 & 7)
10. Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers. (PO 1 & 7)
11. Solve inverse and direct variation problems. (PO 1 & 7)
Required Course Materials:
Blitzer, R. (2010). Algebra and Trigonometry (4th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
Prentice Hall.
ISBN-10: 0321687361; ISBN-13: 9780321687364. Note: This ISBN includes access to
Suggested Supplemental Materials:
Scientific and graphing calculators or equivalent software graphing applications
Matrix row operation web applications
MyMathLab supplemental practice assignments
Participation/Blackboard Work
90 - 100
80 - 89
70 - 79
60 - 69
Below 60
A (Superior)
B (Above Average)
C (Average)
D (Below Average)
F (Failure)
The Jack R. Hunt Library, located on the Daytona Beach Campus, is the primary library for all
Worldwide Campus students.
Phone: (800) 678-9428 (ext. 6947) or (386) 226-7656
(Voicemail is available after hours)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST
Email: http://[email protected] Assignments, Discussion Board Participation (If required for Blended Delivery), and/or
special administrative:
All assignments will be completed in a professional manner and on time, unless prior
arrangements have been made with the professor. Blackboard assignments (if required) are
graded with class participation. This course includes weekly activities, each of which may have
grade points associated with them. Unless prior arrangements have been made with the
instructor, students are expected to participate each week, according to the course schedule. This
is especially important with regards to discussion activities. Weekly discussions typically include
both an initial posting and one or more substantive replies.
Note: Proper etiquette has to do with keeping it simple by using proper English and proper
spelling – spell check works well in Blackboard.
Course Policies:
Embry-Riddle is committed to maintaining and upholding intellectual integrity. All students,
faculty, and staff have obligations to prevent violations of academic integrity and take corrective
action when they occur. The adjudication process will include the sanction imposed on students
who commit the following academic violations, which may include a failing grade on the
assignment, a failing grade for the course, suspension, or dismissal from the University:
1. Plagiarism: Presenting as one’s own the ideas, words, or products of another.
Plagiarism includes use of any source to complete academic assignments without proper
acknowledgement of the source. All papers submitted for grading in this course will be
submitted to - where the text of the paper is
compared against information contained in the database. Papers
submitted will be included in the database and become source documents
for the purpose of detecting plagiarism.
2. Cheating: A broad term that includes the following:
Giving or receiving help from unauthorized persons or materials during
The unauthorized communication of examination questions prior to, during, or
following administration of the examination.
Collaboration on examinations or assignments expected to be individual work.
Fraud and deceit, that include knowingly furnishing false or misleading
information or failing to furnish appropriate information when requested, such as
when applying for admission to the University.
3. APA 6th edition format is the ERAU Worldwide standard for all research projects.
Eagle Vision (EV) Web-Conferencing Technology:
Eagle Vision is a web video conferencing platform, powered by Saba Centra, that provides a real
time collaborative environment with tools such as white board, application sharing, polling, and
voice over the internet (VOIP). This platform provides capacity for live virtual classrooms
(synchronous learning), meetings, training, and conferences as well as recording and playback
capabilities. Students are expected to come to class with the proper required equipment for an
Eagle Vision Home class (headset and camera). Students not in compliance with equipment
requirements will be automatically withdrawn at the second class meeting.
If this is your first Eagle Vision Home class then you must do an EV pre-flight check ride before
the first class meeting. To obtain the dates and times for pre-flight check rides go to
pre-flight check ride link.
Students will attend class in a designated area where there are no distractions (TV, kids, phones,
etc.). All classes are recorded and available for playback. Students aren’t permitted to purposely
skip classes & watch the playback. Text chat is part of the recording and there is an expectation of
academic decorum when chatting. Students and faculty using Eagle Vision Home modality must
not use any Embry-Riddle classroom resources. Each student and faculty will use his/her own
computer & internet service provider (ISP). Use of wireless routers is prohibited. Your PC or
laptop must be hard wired to your ISP.
Disability and Special Needs:
ERAU is committed to the success of all students. It is a University policy to provide reasonable
accommodations to students with disabilities who qualify for services. If you would like to
request accommodations due to a physical, mental, or learning disability, please contact the
Worldwide Campus Disability Support Service Office at (888) 292-5727 or via email
[email protected] or [email protected]
Course Schedule:
Jun 4
Real Numbers & Exponents
Radicals & Polynomials
Jun 11
Factoring Polynomials & Rational Expressions
P5, P6
Graphs & Linear Equations
1.1, 1.2
Jun 18
Rational Equations & Complex Numbers
1.3, 1.4
Quadratic Equations
1.5, 1.6
exam, ch 1
Jul 2
Functions & Graphs
2.1, 2.2
Linear Functions & Slope
2.3, 2.4
Jul 9
Transformations & Composite Functions
2.5, 2.6
Inverse Functions & Solving polynomials
2.7, 3.1, 3.3
Inequalities & Variation
exam, ch 2 & 3
3.6, 3.7
Jul 23
Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
4.1, 4.2
Exponential & Logarithmic Equations
4.3, 4.4
Systems of Linear Equations
exam, ch 4, 8
8.1, 8.2
Jun 25
Jul 16
Jul 30
P1, P2
P3, P4

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