NOTE: This page is updated often.

For grading and classroom procedure, see the syllabus at the bottom of this page and click on the "Grades/Procedure" tab above.

RESOURCES:

a) Go to: www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry

b) Go to: www.wolframalpha.com/examples/Geometry.html

c) Go to: www.ixl.com/math/geometry

d) Go to: www.purplemath.com/

HOMEWORK PROBLEMS DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ON THE DATE LISTED

DAY 60 11/19

DAY 59 11/16

DAY 58 11/15 UNIT 6 TEST

DAY 57 11/14 P. 224(7-4): even; P. 224 (7-5): even; p. 225 (7-7): even

DAY 56 11/13 P. 216-217: 90-120 even

DAY 55 11/12 P. 213-215: even

DAY 54 11/09 P. 211 (6-13A): even; P. 212 (6-13B): even; P. 213 (6-13C): even

DAY 53 11/08 P. 208-210 (6-12C): even;

DAY 52 11/07 P. 203 (6-11): even; P. 205 (6-12A): even; P. 205 (6-12B): even

DAY 51 11/06 P. 197 (6-9): 2-32 even; P. 200-201 (6-10): 2-30 even

DAY 50 11/05 P. 193 (6-7): 2-30 even; P. 194-195 (6-8): 2-30 even

DAY 49 11/01 P. 187 (6-4): 2-14 even; P. 190 (6-5): 2-36 even; P. 192 (6-6): 2-36 even

DAY 48 10/31 P. 184 (6-1): 2-10 even; P. 185-186 (6-2): 2-54 even

DAY 47 10/30 UNIT 5 TEST

DAY 46 10/29 P. 181-182 (Review): 85-94: all--show work

DAY 45 10/26 P. 181-182 (Review): 73-84: all--show work

DAY 44 10/25 P. 181-182 (Review): 2-72 even

DAY 43 10/24 P. 178(5-10): 4-17 all--show work

DAY 42 10/23 P.176-177(5-9): 1-9(all--show work); P. 178(5-10): 1-3(all--show work)

DAY 41 10/22 P. 173(5-7B): 2-16 even; P. 174(5-8A): 2-8 even (show work); P. 175-176(5-8B): 2-16 even

DAY 40 10/19 P. 171(5-6):2-20 even; P. 172 (5-7A): 2-8 even (show work)

DAY 39 10/18 UNIT 4 TEST

DAY 38 10/17 P. 168(5-3): 2-24 even; P. 169(5-5): 2-28 even

DAY 37 10/16 P. 164-165(Review): 25-31 all (show work); UNIT 3 MAKEUP TES

DAY 36 10/15 P. 161 (4-5): 2-10 even (show work); P. 162-163 (Review): 2-24 even

DAY 35 10/12 P. 157-158 (4-3): 2-22 even (show work)

DAY 34 10/11 Test: Unit 3

DAY 33 10/10 4th Period: P. 135-138 (Review): 140-150 even (show work) and P.154-155 (4-2): 2-30 even;

6th period: P. 137-138: 148,150 (show work) and P.154-155 (4-2): 2-30 even

DAY 32 10/09 4th Period: P.133 (Review): 44-136 (every 4th problem); 6th Period: same as 4th period plus P.135 (Review): 140-146 even

DAY 31 10/08 P. 128-131 (3-20): 2-8 even; P. 132 (Review): 4-40 (every 4th problem)

DAY 30 10/05 P. 125-126 (3-18): 2-18 even; P. 127 (3-19): 4-32 (every 4th problem)

DAY 29 10/04 P. 118 (3-16A): 4-32 (every 4th problem) 119 (3-16B): 4-28 (every 4th problem); 121-123 (3-17): 2-12 even

DAY 28 10/03 P. 113 (3-14B): 2-14 even; P. 115-116 (3-15): 2-8 even

DAY 27 10/02 P. 109-111 (3-13): 2-8 even; P. 112-113 (3-14A): 2-30 even

DAY 26 10/01 P. 107-108 (3-12A): 2-38 even; P. 109 (3-12B): evens

DAY 25 09/28 P. 104-106 (3-11): all--show work

DAY 24 09/27 P. 102-103 (3-10): evens

DAY 23 09/26 P. 100 (3-7): even; P. 100 (3-8): even

DAY 22 09/25 UNIT 2 TEST

DAY 21 09/24 P. 97 (3-4): 2-28 even; P. 98 (3-5): 2-12 even

DAY 20 09/21 P. 79 (Review): 42-82 even (show work on 82)

DAY 19 09/20 P. 77 (2-18): 6; P. 77-79 (Review): 2-40 even

DAY 18 09/19 P. 74-75 (2-17): even; P. 76 (2-18): 2,4

DAY 17 09/18 P. 72-73 (2-16): 6-12 even

DAY 16 09/14 P. 69 (Sec. 2-15A): 2-12 even; P. 70 (2-15B): 2-16 even; P. 70 (2-16): 2,4

DAY 15 09/13 P. 64 (Sec. 2-13C): 2-16 even; P. 65-67 (Sec. 2-14): 2-12 even

DAY 14 09/12 P. 59 (Sec. 2-12): 12-16 evens; P. 62 (Sec. 2-13A): 2,4; P. 62 (Sec. 2-13B): 2-12 even

DAY 13 09/11 P. 56 (Sec. 2-12): 2-10 evens

DAY 12 09/10 P. 54 (Sec. 2-11B): evens; P. 55 (Sec. 2-11C): evens

DAY 11 09/07 P. 51 (Sec. 2-10): evens; P. 52-53 (Sec. 2-10C): evens; P. 54 (Sec. 2-11A): evens

DAY 10 09/06 P. 47:2-6 evens; P. 50:2-24 evens

DAY 09 09/05 UNIT 1 TEST

DAY 08 09/04 P. 44: 2-5 evens; P. 45:2-7 evens; P. 46: 2-8 evens (fractional answers)

DAY 07 08/31 P. 29: Review: 84-94 even (show work); P. 42 (Sec. 2-2): 2; P. 43 (Sec. 2-4): 2-12 even

DAY 06 08/30 P. 25 (Sec. 1-12): 2-6 even (show work); P. 27: review: 2-82 every 4th problem (need not show work)

DAY 05 08/29 P. 21 (Sec. 1-10): 12-20 even and show work; P. 22 (Sec. 1-11): 12-34 even

DAY 04 08/28 P. 15 (Sec. 1-8): (show work on 2-10); (Sec. 1-9): (show work on 2-10); (Sec. 1-10): (2-10 even and show work)

DAY 03 08/27 P. 6 (Sec. 1-4): evens (show work on 2-10 even); (Sec. 1-5): evens (show work on 2-10 even); (Sec.1-7 ): (show work on all)

DAY 02 08/24 P. 3 (Sec. 1-2, 1-3A, 1-3B)

DAY 01 08/23 NONE

Lecture: 45 Lab: Clinical: Internship/Practicum:

This is an applied mathematics course which will teach or reinforce basic mathematical skill. Fundamental mathematical concepts will be applied to the real-life problems of today’s world.

John C. Peterson & Robert D. Smith, Introductory Technical Mathematics. 6th Edition, 2013 Delmar/Thomson Publishing Co., Clifton Park, New York. ISBN: 978-1-111-54200-9

Scientific Calculator – (TI-36x is one example)

Loose leaf paper for assignments (Either college or wide ruled)

You will likely want a spiral notebook for keeping notes.

Outcome (Unit)

Actions

Outcome 1

Whole Numbers

Calculate, Classify, Distinguish

Outcome 2

Common Fractions

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 3

Decimal Fractions

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 4

Ratio & Proportion

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 5

Percents

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 6

Signed Numbers

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 7

Precision, Accuracy, & Tolerance

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 8

Customary Measurement Units

Calculate, Convert, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 9

Metric Measurement Units

Calculate, Convert, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 10

Introduction to Algebra

Calculate, Distinguish, Evaluate, Express

All college-wide procedures are located in the Iowa Central Community College Student Handbook

You will earn points throughout the course based on your work and assessments. The breakdown is as follows:

Classwork & homework – 50%

Quizzes & tests – 25%

Final exam – 25%

The final grade for this course will be determined as follows:

The final exam must be completed as scheduled unless previous arrangements have been made in advance with the instructor. Students not completing the exam as scheduled will receive a ‘zero’ score for the exam.

Please note that assessments are subject to change.

It is the policy of Iowa Central Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age (employment), sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, religion, and actual or potential parental, family or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by the Iowa Code §§ 216.6 and 216.9, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. §§ 2000d and 2000e), the Equal Pay Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 206, et seq.), Title IX (Educational Amendments, 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681 – 1688), Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794), Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (34 CFR Part 110), and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101, et seq.).

If you have questions or complaints related to compliance with this policy, please contact Kim Whitmore, Director of Human Resources, phone number 515-574-1138, whitmore@iowacentral.edu; or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661, phone number 312-730-1560, fax 312-730-1576.

If you have a request for an accommodation based on the impact of a disability, it is Iowa Central’s policy that you contact the Academic Assistance & Accommodations Coordinator to discuss your specific needs and to provide supporting information and documentation, so we may determine appropriate accommodations. The office for accommodations is located in the Academic Resource Center, and it can be reached by calling 515-574-1045. For online information about accommodations, please go to www.iowacentral.edu/accommodations.

The Technical Mathematics 1 course maintains high standards of respect in regard to individual beliefs and values when selecting classroom materials including textbooks, project activities, power points, videos, presentations, and classroom discussions.

It is our belief that all people have the right to obtain an education within our department/program courses free of bias, with full respect demonstrated to all who enroll in the courses of this department/program.

.

For grading and classroom procedure, see the syllabus at the bottom of this page and click on the "Grades/Procedure" tab above.

RESOURCES:

a) Go to: www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry

b) Go to: www.wolframalpha.com/examples/Geometry.html

c) Go to: www.ixl.com/math/geometry

d) Go to: www.purplemath.com/

HOMEWORK PROBLEMS DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ON THE DATE LISTED

DAY 60 11/19

DAY 59 11/16

DAY 58 11/15 UNIT 6 TEST

DAY 57 11/14 P. 224(7-4): even; P. 224 (7-5): even; p. 225 (7-7): even

DAY 56 11/13 P. 216-217: 90-120 even

DAY 55 11/12 P. 213-215: even

DAY 54 11/09 P. 211 (6-13A): even; P. 212 (6-13B): even; P. 213 (6-13C): even

DAY 53 11/08 P. 208-210 (6-12C): even;

DAY 52 11/07 P. 203 (6-11): even; P. 205 (6-12A): even; P. 205 (6-12B): even

DAY 51 11/06 P. 197 (6-9): 2-32 even; P. 200-201 (6-10): 2-30 even

DAY 50 11/05 P. 193 (6-7): 2-30 even; P. 194-195 (6-8): 2-30 even

DAY 49 11/01 P. 187 (6-4): 2-14 even; P. 190 (6-5): 2-36 even; P. 192 (6-6): 2-36 even

DAY 48 10/31 P. 184 (6-1): 2-10 even; P. 185-186 (6-2): 2-54 even

DAY 47 10/30 UNIT 5 TEST

DAY 46 10/29 P. 181-182 (Review): 85-94: all--show work

DAY 45 10/26 P. 181-182 (Review): 73-84: all--show work

DAY 44 10/25 P. 181-182 (Review): 2-72 even

DAY 43 10/24 P. 178(5-10): 4-17 all--show work

DAY 42 10/23 P.176-177(5-9): 1-9(all--show work); P. 178(5-10): 1-3(all--show work)

DAY 41 10/22 P. 173(5-7B): 2-16 even; P. 174(5-8A): 2-8 even (show work); P. 175-176(5-8B): 2-16 even

DAY 40 10/19 P. 171(5-6):2-20 even; P. 172 (5-7A): 2-8 even (show work)

DAY 39 10/18 UNIT 4 TEST

DAY 38 10/17 P. 168(5-3): 2-24 even; P. 169(5-5): 2-28 even

DAY 37 10/16 P. 164-165(Review): 25-31 all (show work); UNIT 3 MAKEUP TES

DAY 36 10/15 P. 161 (4-5): 2-10 even (show work); P. 162-163 (Review): 2-24 even

DAY 35 10/12 P. 157-158 (4-3): 2-22 even (show work)

DAY 34 10/11 Test: Unit 3

DAY 33 10/10 4th Period: P. 135-138 (Review): 140-150 even (show work) and P.154-155 (4-2): 2-30 even;

6th period: P. 137-138: 148,150 (show work) and P.154-155 (4-2): 2-30 even

DAY 32 10/09 4th Period: P.133 (Review): 44-136 (every 4th problem); 6th Period: same as 4th period plus P.135 (Review): 140-146 even

DAY 31 10/08 P. 128-131 (3-20): 2-8 even; P. 132 (Review): 4-40 (every 4th problem)

DAY 30 10/05 P. 125-126 (3-18): 2-18 even; P. 127 (3-19): 4-32 (every 4th problem)

DAY 29 10/04 P. 118 (3-16A): 4-32 (every 4th problem) 119 (3-16B): 4-28 (every 4th problem); 121-123 (3-17): 2-12 even

DAY 28 10/03 P. 113 (3-14B): 2-14 even; P. 115-116 (3-15): 2-8 even

DAY 27 10/02 P. 109-111 (3-13): 2-8 even; P. 112-113 (3-14A): 2-30 even

DAY 26 10/01 P. 107-108 (3-12A): 2-38 even; P. 109 (3-12B): evens

DAY 25 09/28 P. 104-106 (3-11): all--show work

DAY 24 09/27 P. 102-103 (3-10): evens

DAY 23 09/26 P. 100 (3-7): even; P. 100 (3-8): even

DAY 22 09/25 UNIT 2 TEST

DAY 21 09/24 P. 97 (3-4): 2-28 even; P. 98 (3-5): 2-12 even

DAY 20 09/21 P. 79 (Review): 42-82 even (show work on 82)

DAY 19 09/20 P. 77 (2-18): 6; P. 77-79 (Review): 2-40 even

DAY 18 09/19 P. 74-75 (2-17): even; P. 76 (2-18): 2,4

DAY 17 09/18 P. 72-73 (2-16): 6-12 even

DAY 16 09/14 P. 69 (Sec. 2-15A): 2-12 even; P. 70 (2-15B): 2-16 even; P. 70 (2-16): 2,4

DAY 15 09/13 P. 64 (Sec. 2-13C): 2-16 even; P. 65-67 (Sec. 2-14): 2-12 even

DAY 14 09/12 P. 59 (Sec. 2-12): 12-16 evens; P. 62 (Sec. 2-13A): 2,4; P. 62 (Sec. 2-13B): 2-12 even

DAY 13 09/11 P. 56 (Sec. 2-12): 2-10 evens

DAY 12 09/10 P. 54 (Sec. 2-11B): evens; P. 55 (Sec. 2-11C): evens

DAY 11 09/07 P. 51 (Sec. 2-10): evens; P. 52-53 (Sec. 2-10C): evens; P. 54 (Sec. 2-11A): evens

DAY 10 09/06 P. 47:2-6 evens; P. 50:2-24 evens

DAY 09 09/05 UNIT 1 TEST

DAY 08 09/04 P. 44: 2-5 evens; P. 45:2-7 evens; P. 46: 2-8 evens (fractional answers)

DAY 07 08/31 P. 29: Review: 84-94 even (show work); P. 42 (Sec. 2-2): 2; P. 43 (Sec. 2-4): 2-12 even

DAY 06 08/30 P. 25 (Sec. 1-12): 2-6 even (show work); P. 27: review: 2-82 every 4th problem (need not show work)

DAY 05 08/29 P. 21 (Sec. 1-10): 12-20 even and show work; P. 22 (Sec. 1-11): 12-34 even

DAY 04 08/28 P. 15 (Sec. 1-8): (show work on 2-10); (Sec. 1-9): (show work on 2-10); (Sec. 1-10): (2-10 even and show work)

DAY 03 08/27 P. 6 (Sec. 1-4): evens (show work on 2-10 even); (Sec. 1-5): evens (show work on 2-10 even); (Sec.1-7 ): (show work on all)

DAY 02 08/24 P. 3 (Sec. 1-2, 1-3A, 1-3B)

DAY 01 08/23 NONE

__SYLLABUS__**Course Name:**Technical Mathematics 1**Instructor Name:**Clive Clark**Course Number:**MAT 743**Course Department:**Industrial Technology**Course Term:**Fall 2018**Last Revised by Department:**August 2018**Total Semester Hour(s) Credit:**3.0**Total Contact Hours per Semester:**Lecture: 45 Lab: Clinical: Internship/Practicum:

**Catalog Description:**This is an applied mathematics course which will teach or reinforce basic mathematical skill. Fundamental mathematical concepts will be applied to the real-life problems of today’s world.

**Pre-requisites and/or Co-requisites:**None**Textbook(s) Required:**John C. Peterson & Robert D. Smith, Introductory Technical Mathematics. 6th Edition, 2013 Delmar/Thomson Publishing Co., Clifton Park, New York. ISBN: 978-1-111-54200-9

**Access Code:**None**Required Materials:**Scientific Calculator – (TI-36x is one example)

Loose leaf paper for assignments (Either college or wide ruled)

**Suggested Materials:**You will likely want a spiral notebook for keeping notes.

**Institutional Outcomes:****Critical Thinking:**The ability to dissect a multitude of incoming information, sorting the pertinent from the irrelevant, in order to analyze, evaluate, synthesize, or apply the information to a defendable conclusion.**Effective Communication:**Information, thoughts, feelings, attitudes, or beliefs transferred either verbally or nonverbally through a medium in which the intended meaning is clearly and correctly understood by the recipient with the expectation of feedback.**Personal Responsibility:**Initiative to consistently meet or exceed stated expectations over time.**Department/Program Outcomes:**- Enhance our partnerships with local industry to fulfill their employment and training needs.
- Students will possess the skills needed to be gainfully employed in their chosen career path.
- Students will demonstrate competency in the skills needed to satisfy their educational goals.

**Student Learning Outcomes:****Course**- Read and interpret information in math problems
- Develop and execute strategies for the solution process
- Solve problems with appropriate concepts, operations, and technology

**Unit**Outcome (Unit)

Actions

Outcome 1

Whole Numbers

Calculate, Classify, Distinguish

Outcome 2

Common Fractions

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 3

Decimal Fractions

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 4

Ratio & Proportion

Calculate, Convert, Express

Outcome 5

Percents

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 6

Signed Numbers

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 7

Precision, Accuracy, & Tolerance

Calculate, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 8

Customary Measurement Units

Calculate, Convert, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 9

Metric Measurement Units

Calculate, Convert, Distinguish, Express

Outcome 10

Introduction to Algebra

Calculate, Distinguish, Evaluate, Express

**College Procedures:**All college-wide procedures are located in the Iowa Central Community College Student Handbook

**.****Assessments:**You will earn points throughout the course based on your work and assessments. The breakdown is as follows:

Classwork & homework – 50%

Quizzes & tests – 25%

Final exam – 25%

The final grade for this course will be determined as follows:

- 90% and upwards – A
- 80% and upwards – B
- 70% and upwards – C
- 60% and upwards – D

The final exam must be completed as scheduled unless previous arrangements have been made in advance with the instructor. Students not completing the exam as scheduled will receive a ‘zero’ score for the exam.

Please note that assessments are subject to change.

**Non-discrimination Statement:**It is the policy of Iowa Central Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age (employment), sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, religion, and actual or potential parental, family or marital status in its programs, activities, or employment practices as required by the Iowa Code §§ 216.6 and 216.9, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. §§ 2000d and 2000e), the Equal Pay Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 206, et seq.), Title IX (Educational Amendments, 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681 – 1688), Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794), Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (34 CFR Part 110), and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101, et seq.).

If you have questions or complaints related to compliance with this policy, please contact Kim Whitmore, Director of Human Resources, phone number 515-574-1138, whitmore@iowacentral.edu; or the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661, phone number 312-730-1560, fax 312-730-1576.

**Disability/Accommodation Services:**If you have a request for an accommodation based on the impact of a disability, it is Iowa Central’s policy that you contact the Academic Assistance & Accommodations Coordinator to discuss your specific needs and to provide supporting information and documentation, so we may determine appropriate accommodations. The office for accommodations is located in the Academic Resource Center, and it can be reached by calling 515-574-1045. For online information about accommodations, please go to www.iowacentral.edu/accommodations.

**Bias-Free Classroom Statement:**The Technical Mathematics 1 course maintains high standards of respect in regard to individual beliefs and values when selecting classroom materials including textbooks, project activities, power points, videos, presentations, and classroom discussions.

It is our belief that all people have the right to obtain an education within our department/program courses free of bias, with full respect demonstrated to all who enroll in the courses of this department/program.

.