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This is an intermediate course in formal algebra for students without a strong background in algebra. Topics include sets, the real number system and number properties, absolute value, products and factoring, algebraic fractions, linear and quadratic equations and inequalities with applications, systems of equations, radicals, rational exponents, graphs and relations and functions (four elective credits).
Prerequisite: MAT 0022C or MAT 0028C or MAT 0057 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or higher or MAT 0055 with a passing grade or sufficient score on placement test.
Terms Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Aleks 52 Week Code (open Stax Card)
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Online class, computer & internet access required. You are expected to log in to CANVAS as soon as the term begins to access the class: https://online.seminolestate.edu/login/ldap. However, simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. You must engage in an academically related activity. This class will utilize the ALEKS learning system, which is an online, adaptive learning system that requires internet access. This course will use OER materials, thus only an ALEKS code is required. DO NOT PURCHASE ANY PEARSON MY-LAB PRODUCT.
The mandatory online orientation (located in Canvas) and initial knowledge check (ALEKS) should be completed by 11:59pm on Monday, May 20, 2019 in order to avoid being withdrawn from the class. Log into CANVAS and complete the orientation as soon as the term begins to acquire the information necessary for accessing the ALEKS portion of your class. The full syllabus will be located on Canvas with course requirements, information & due dates.
This class requires proctored testing. The unit tests and the Final Exam may be taken at any of the College testing centers at no additional charge. In the event of extenuating circumstances, students may request to complete unit tests using the Proctorio service or arrange to test in person at another approved proctoring site (the student is responsible for any testing fees at that location). The Final Exam is a paper test and must be completed at a College testing center or at another approved proctoring site (the student is responsible for any testing fees at that location). Professor LeBranch (LeBranchB@seminolestate.edu) will provide a schedule.
Online class, computer & internet access, as well as an active ALEKS code is required. An Introduction to ALEKS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAZsiZIEeLA&list=PLqmcJVdRMoi1YGwjiWeudLOj9lLrEcd3B&index=5
ALEKS – A computer assisted adaptive learning class which requires Internet Access and an active ALEKS code. DO NOT PURCHASE ANY PEARSON-MY-LAB PRODUCT. This course will use OER materials, thus only an ALEKS code is required as No Textbook will be used. The full syllabus will be located on Canvas with course requirements, information & due dates.
Log into Canvas as soon as the term begins to access your course:
http://online.seminolestate.edu. Students who do not log into their course and complete all of the orientation requirements by W 5/15/19 will be withdrawn from the class. Simply logging in to an online class does not count as attendance. Students must engage in an academically related activity.
MANDATORY ONLINE ORIENTATION: 1-Watch the Online Orientation Video on the class Canvas page; 2-Create an ALEKS account through Canvas; 3-Complete an Initial Knowledge Check; 4-Learn 10 topics. ALL must be completed by W 5/15/19 to be considered in Academic Attendance and not be withdrawn from the course.
MANDATORY PROCTORED TESTS: This class requires 4 proctored Tests and a Final Exam. Students are required to take their tests at any Seminole State campus testing center at no additional charge. At the instructor's discretion, students may also have the option to arrange to test in person at another approved proctoring site (where the student is responsible for any testing fees at that location). Proctorio (or any other online proctoring service) is NOT an option for this class. Missing a test may result in withdrawal.
It is expected to take about 5 hours of learning on a weekly basis to successfully complete the course.
If you have any questions/concerns, email Professor Donahou at DonahouE@SeminoleState.edu
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Online class, computer & internet access required. Log into Canvas as soon as the term begins to access your course: https://online.seminolestate.edu. This course uses ALEKS - A computer assisted, adaptive learning program and requires internet access. You will need to purchase the required ALEKS code. A textbook is not mandatory since the ALEKS license comes with an e-book. The course syllabus can be found within Canvas on the first day of the class.
Students must engage in an academic activity to be counted as attending this course (simply logging into the course Canvas site does not count as attendance). For this course, the academic activity is that students must complete the “initial knowledge check” located within ALEKS no later than Friday, May 17th, 2019 before noon, Eastern Standard Time. Students who fail to complete this academic activity before the deadline will be withdrawn from the class as a “no-show”.
There are 4 unit tests and one comprehensive departmental final exam. All tests and the final exam are to be administered within a proctored environment. This will be accomplished on campus in the Seminole State College testing center or alternative arrangements may be made to use the testing center of another college or university campus (student is responsible for making such arrangements and communicating this to the instructor). The quiz/test schedule is on the last page of the course syllabus and will be available on the first day of class. Email the instructor at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
Mymathlab Standalone Access Card
Intermediate Algebra W/ Mymathlab Access
Intermediate Algebra (loose) W/ Access
MyMathLab is a required component of this course as homework will be assigned through this online system. An e-book is accessible through MyMathLab.
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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