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# MATERIALS AVAILABLE FOR COLLEGE ALGEBRA

## I. Equations and Inequalities

6. Variation and Applications

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 2, 1.6
116 Mathspace, Chapter 1, 1.6
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 1.6
Computer-Video Lesson 17 Parts 3 and 4 only (video)
116 Computer Tutor Review 8.7
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.7
116 Graphing InterAct 3.7
V-116 Tape 5 Sec 3.7 “Variation and Applications”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 7.4
101 & 102 CD Lectures 7.4
V-BEJ Tape 7.6
VCOMAP Tape 23 Part 1 “Variation”
VKB Tape 23 Part 3 “Mixed Variation”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 1.6 “Variation and Applications”
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 10 Sec 8 (inverse variation only) (CD

## II. Functions and Graphs

1. A Two-Dimensional Coordinate System and Graphs

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 2, 2.1
Mosely Trig DVD #1, P.3, "Cartesian Plane and Graphs of Equations"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.1
116 Graphing CD Lectures 1.1
116 Graphing InterAct 1.1
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 1.1
TV Sinclair 102 Tape 16
EV 4013 “Circles, Midpoint Formula, and Distance Formula”
Computer-Video Lesson 19 “Rectangular Coordinate System” (video)
VKB 25 Part 1 “The Distance Formula and Midpoints
V-LHS Tape 1.1 “Basic Concepts”
116 Computer Tutor Review 4.1
218 Video Examples 1.3
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 4 Sections 1,2,3,4 (CD)
V-116 Tape 2 Sec 1.1 “ Introduction to Graphing
WORKSHEET “Completing the Square”

2. Introduction to Functions

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 3, 2.2
Mosely Trig DVD #2, P.5, "Functions"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.2
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.2
EV 4015 “Functions”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 1.2
116 Graphing InterAct 1.2
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 1.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 1.1
TV Sinclair 102 Tape 5
101-102 InterAct Chptr 7.3
101 & 102 CD Lectures 7.3
V-BEJ 7.4
Computer-Video Lesson 18 “Functions” (parts 1 and 2 only!) (video)
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 9 Sections 1-4 (CD)
V-116 Tape 2 Sec 1.2 “ Functions and Graphs
VCOMAP Tape 22 Part 1 “Functions”

## II. 3. Linear Functions

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 3, 2.3
Mosely Trig DVD #1, P.4, " Linear Equations in Two Variables"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.3
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.3
116 Graphing CD Lectures 1.3 and 1.4
116 Graphing InterAct 1.3 – 1.4
EV 4014 “ Equations of Straight Lines
116 Computer Tutor Review 11.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 1.2
VKB 6
101-102 InterAct Chptr 7.2
101 & 102 CD Lectures 7.2
V-BEJ 7.1-7.3
218 Video Examples 1.4
EV 6004 “ Formulas for Lines
V-116 Tape 2 Sections 1.3 and 1.4
VCOMAP Tape 20 Part 2 “ Linear Relations

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 3, 2.4
Mosely Trig DVD #1, P.7, "A Library of Functions"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.4
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.4
116 Graphing CD Lectures 2.3 and 2.4
116 Graphing InterAct 2.3 – 2.4
College Algebra Interactive Exercises 2.4
116 Computer Tutor Review 11.2
TV Sinclair 102 Tape 14
VKB Tape 24 “Quadratic Functions - Graphs and Applications”
V-116 Tape 3 Sec 2.3 and 2.4
101-102 InterAct Chptr 11.6 and 11.7
101 & 102 CD Lectures 11.6 and 11.7
V-BEJ Tape 11.7-11.9

## 5. Properties of Graphs

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 3, 2.5
Mosely Trig DVD #1, P.8, "Transformations of Functions"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.5
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.6
EV 4016 “Graph Sketching” (Even, Odd, Symmetry, Piecewise)
EV 4017 “Shifting and Reflecting Graphs”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 1.7
116 Graphing InterAct 1.7
VHM Tape 1 “Graphing Functions”
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 9 Sections 9,10 (CD)
V-116 Tape 3 Sec 1.7 “Symmetry and Transformations”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 1.5
116 Computer Tutor Review 11.3
WORKSHEET “Translations of Graphs”

6. The Algebra of Functions

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 3, 2.6
Mosely Trig DVD #2, P.9, "Composite Functions"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 2, 2.6
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 2.6
EV 4018 “Algebra of Functions”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 1.6
116 Graphing InterAct 1.6
116 Computer Tutor Review 11.4
V-BEJ Tape 7.5
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 9 Sections 5,6 (CD)
VCOMAP Tape 22 Part 2 “Composition and Inverse Functions”

## III. Polynomial and Rational Functions

1. The Remainder Theorem and the Factor Theorem

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 4, 3.1
116 Mathspace, Chapter 3, 3.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 3.1
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.3
116 Graphing InterAct 3.3
VHM Tape 3 “ Synthetic Division , Remainder Thm., and Factor Thm.”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 3.2
V-BEJ Tape 4.7-4.8
VKB Tape 17 “Division of Polynomials - Synthetic Division”
V-116 Tape 4 Sec 3.3 “Polynomial Division; Remainder and Factor Thms.”

2. Polynomial Functions of Higher Degree

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 4, 3.2
116 Mathspace, Chapter 3, 3.2
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 3.2
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.1 and 3.2
116 Graphing InterAct 3.1 – 3.2
EV 4021 “Polynomial Functions”
V-116 Tape 4 Sec 3.1 and 3.2
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 3.1
VCOMAP Tape 23 Part 2 “Polynomial Functions”

3. Zeros of Polynomial Functions

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 4, 3.3
116 Mathspace, Chapter 3, 3.4
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 3.3
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.4
116 Graphing InterAct 3.4
EV 4023 “Rational Root Theorem”
VHM Tape 4 “Zeros of a Polynomial”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 3.3
V-116 Tape 5 Sec 3.4 “Theorems About Zeroes of Polynomial Functions”
HANDOUT "Finding Zeros of Polynomials"

4. The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 4, 3.4
116 Mathspace, Chapter 3, 3.4
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 3.4
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.4
116 Graphing InterAct 3.4

5. Graphs of Rational Functions and Their Applications

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 4, 3.5
116 Mathspace, Chapter 3, 3.5
EV 4024 “Vertical and Horizontal Asymtotes”
EV 4025 “Graphing Rational Functions”
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 3.5
116 Graphing CD Lectures 3.5
116 Graphing InterAct 3.5
VHM Tape 5 “Graphing Rational Functions”
V-116 Tape 5 Sec 3.5 “Rational Functions”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 3.4 “Rational Functions”
VCOMAP Tape 24 Part 1 “Rational Functions”
WORKSHEET “Asymptotes”

## IV. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

1. Inverse Functions

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.1
Mosely Trig DVD #2, P.10, "Inverse Functions"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.1
EV 4019 “Inverse Functions”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.1
116 Graphing InterAct 4.1
VHM Tape 2 “Inverse Functions”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.1
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 4.1
116 Computer Tutor Review 11.5
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 9 Sections 7,8 (CD)
VCOMAP Tape 22 Part 2 “Composite and Inverse Functions”

2. Exponential Functions and Their Applications

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.2
Mosely Trig DVD #5, 5.1, "Exponential Functions and Their Graphs"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.2
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.2
EV 4026 “Exponential Functions and Their Graphs”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.2
116 Graphing InterAct 4.2
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 9.1
VKB Tape 28 Part 1 “Exponential Functions” (graphs)
116 Computer Tutor Review 12.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 4.2
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 12 Sections 2,4 (CD)
V-116 Tape 6 Sec 4.2 “Exponential Functions and Graphs”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.2
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.2
V-BEJ Tape 12.1
VCOMAP Tape 24 Part 2 “Exponential Functions”
WORKSHEET "Exponentials and Logarithms"
WORKSHEET "Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions"

3. Logarithmic Functions and Their Applications

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.3
Mosely Trig DVD #5, 5.2, "Logarithmic Functions and Their Graphs"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.3
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.3
EV 4028 “Logarithms and Their Graphs”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.3
116 Graphing InterAct 4.3
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 9.2
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 4.3
116 Computer Tutor Review 12.3
VKB Tape 28 Part 2 “Logarithmic Functions” (graphs)
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 12 Section 6 (CD)
V-116 Tape 6 Sec 4.3 “Logarithmic Functions and Graphs”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.3
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.3
V-BEJ Tape 12.3
VCOMAP Tape 25 Part 1 “Logarithmic Functions”
WORKSHEET "Exponentials and Logarithms"
WORKSHEET "Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions"

4. Logarithms and Logarithmic Scales

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.4
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 5.3, "Properties of Logarithms"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.4
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.4
EV 4027 “Logarithms and Their Properties”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.4
116 Graphing InterAct 4.4
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 9.2
116 Computer Tutor Review 12.2
VKB Tape 29 Part 1 “Properties of Logarithms”
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 12 Sections 5,7 (CD)
V-116 Tape 6 Sec 4.4 “Properties of Logarithmic Functions”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.4
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.4
V-BEJ Tape 12.4

5. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.5
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 5.4, "Exponential and Logarithmic Equations"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.5
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.5
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.5
116 Graphing InterAct 4.5
VHM Tape 6 “Logarithmic Expressions and Equations
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 9.1 and 9.2
116 Computer Tutor Review 12.4
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 4.5
VKB Tape 29 Part 3
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 12 Sections 8,9 (CD)
V-116 Tape 6 Sec 4.5 “Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.6
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.6
V-BEJ Tape 12.6
WORKSHEET "Exponentials and Logarithms"

6. Exponential Growth and Decay

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 5, 4.6
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 5.5, "Exponential and Logarithmic Models"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 4, 4.6
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 4.6
116 Graphing CD Lectures 4.6
116 Graphing InterAct 4.6
Trigonometry Interactive Exercises 9.1 and 9.3
116 Computer Tutor Review 12.5
VKB Tape 29 Part 4
V-116 Tape 6 Sec 4.6 “Applications and Models: Growth and Decay”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 4.6
101-102 InterAct Chptr 12.6
101 & 102 CD Lectures 12.6
V-BEJ Tape 12.7
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 12 Section 3 (CD)
VCOMAP Tape 24 Part 2 “Exponential Functions”
VCOMAP Tape 25 Part 1 “Logarithmic Functions”

## V. Topics in Analytic Geometry

1. Parabolas

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 6, 5.1
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 6.2, "Parabolas"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 5, 5.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 5.1
Chalkdust Video 2 Section 2 “Parabolas”
VHM Tape 15 “The Parabola and Its Graph”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 6.1
116 Graphing InterAct 6.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 6.1 “The Parabola”
V-116 Tape 8 Sec 6.1 “The Parabola”
V-BEJ Tape 13.2
VCOMAP Tape 21 Part 1 “ Circle and Parabola
WORKSHEET “Conic Sections”
WORKSHEET “Completing the Square”

2. Ellipses

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 6, 5.2
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 6.3, "Ellipses"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 5, 5.2
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 5.2
Chalkdust Video 2 Section 3 “Ellipses”
VHM Tape 16 “The Ellipse and Its Graph”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 6.2
116 Graphing InterAct 6.2
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 6.2
V-116 Tape 8 Sec 6.2 “The Circle and Ellipse”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 13.2
101 & 102 CD Lectures 13.2
V-BEJ Tape 13.3
VCOMAP Tape 21 Part 2 “Ellipse and Hyperbola”
WORKSHEET “Conic Sections”
WORKSHEET “Completing the Square”

3. Hyperbolas

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 6, 5.3
Mosely Trig DVD #6, 6.4, "Hyperbolas"
116 Mathspace, Chapter 5, 5.3
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 5.3
Chalkdust Video 2 Section 4 “Hyperbolas”
VHM Tape 17 “The Hyperbola and Its Graph”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 6.3
116 Graphing InterAct 6.3
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 6.3
V-116 Tape 8 Sec 6.3 “The Hyperbola”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 13.3
101 & 102 CD Lectures 13.3
V-BEJ Tape 13.3
VCOMAP Tape 21 Part 2 “Ellipse and Hyperbola”
WORKSHEET “Conic Sections”
WORKSHEET “Completing the Square”

## VI. Systems of Equations

1. Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 6, 6.1
116 Mathspace, Chapter 6, 6.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 6.1
116 Graphing CD Lectures 5.1
116 Graphing InterAct 5.1
EV 2014 “Systems of Equations”
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 5.1
116 Computer Tutor Review 5.1-5.3
V-116 Tape 7 Sec 5.1 “Systems of Equations in Two Variables”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 8.2 and 8.3
101 & 102 CD Lectures 8.2 and 8.3
V-BEJ Tape 8.1-8.3
VKB Tape 7 “Substitution and Elimination”
VKB Tape 8 “Dependent Systems”
VCOMAP Tape 25 Part 2 “Systems of Equations”
WORKSHEET “Consistency and Dependency”

3. Nonlinear Systems of Equations

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 6, 6.3
116 Mathspace, Chapter 6, 6.3
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 6.3
EV 4029 “Systems of Nonlinear Equations
116 Graphing CD Lectures 6.4
116 Graphing InterAct 6.4
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 6.4
Boxer Intermediate Algebra Lesson 8 Section 8 (CD)
V-116 Tape 8 Sec 6.4 “Non-Linear Systems of Equations”
VKB Tape 27 Part 1 “Systems of Second Degree Equations
101-102 InterAct Chptr 13.4
101 & 102 CD Lectures 13.4
V-BEJ Tape 13.4

## VII. Matrices

1. Gaussian Elimination Method

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 7, 7.1
116 Mathspace, Chapter 7, 7.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 7.1
VHM Tape 19 “Solving Systems By Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 5.3
116 Graphing InterAct 5.3
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 5.3
V-116 Tape 7 Sec 5.3 “Matrices and Systems of Equations”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 8.6
101 & 102 CD Lectures 8.6
V-BEJ Tape 8.6-8.7

2. The Algebra of Matrices

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 7, 7.2
116 Mathspace, Chapter 7, 7.2
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 7.2
VHM Tape 20 “Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Matrices”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 5.4
116 Graphing InterAct 5.4
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 5.4
V-116 Tape 7 Sec 5.4 “Matrix Operations”
11

3. The Inverse of a Matrix

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 7, 7.3
116 Mathspace, Chapter 7, 7.3
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 7.3
VHM Tape 21 “Finding the Inverse of a Matrix”
116 Graphing CD Lectures 5.5
116 Graphing InterAct 5.5
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 5.5
V-116 Tape 7 Sec 5.5 “Inverses of Matrices”

4. Determinants

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 7, 7.4
116 Mathspace, Chapter 7.4
VHM Tape 22 “Determinants”
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 7.4
116 Graphing CD Lectures 5.6
116 Graphing InterAct 5.6
116 Computer Tutor Review 5.4
V-BEJ Tape 8.7

## VIII. Sequences, Series, and Probability

1. Infinite Sequences and Summation Notation

116 (traditional) CD Lectures, Disk 8, 8.1
116 Mathspace, Chapter 8, 8.1
116 Nongraphing Computer Tutor 8.1
116 Graphing CD Lectures 7.1
116 Graphing InterAct 7.1
College Algebra Interactive Exercises Chptr 7.1
VAW-22 Part 1
V-116 Tape 9 Sec 7.1 “Sequences and Series”
101-102 InterAct Chptr 14.1
101 & 102 CD Lectures 14.1
V-BEJ Tape 14.1
EV 6045 “Summation Notation” (HARD)

# Mathematics Learning Lab Resource Manual

Software Descriptions and Lessons
For Mathematics
MATHPRO EXPLORER 2nd EDITION
Basic College Mathematics
( free with text- networked )

Description :

MATHPRO EXPLORER has been developed to accompany
BASIC COLLEGE MATHEMATICS by K. Elayn Martin-Gay.
It corresponds to the objective exercises in the text. Each exercise
learn important algebraic concepts and skills .

Lessons:

CHAPTER 1 WHOLE NUMBERS
1.1 Tips for Success in Mathematics
1.2 Place Value and Names for Numbers
1.4 Subtracting Whole Numbers
1.5 Rounding and Estimating
1.6 Multiplying Whole Numbers
1.7 Dividing Whole Numbers
1.8 An Introduction to Problem Solving
1.9 Exponents and Order of Operations

CHAPTER 2 MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING FRACTIONS
2.1 Introduction to Fractions & Mixed Numbers
2.2 Factors & Prime Factorization
2.3 Simplest Form of a Fraction
2.4 Multiplying Fractions
2.5 Dividing Fractions

CHAPTER 3 ADDING & SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS
3.1 Adding & Subtracting Like Fractions
3.2 Least Common Multiple
3.3 Adding & Subtracting Unlike Fractions
3.4 Adding & Subtracting Mixed Numbers
3.5 Order, Exponents, and the Order of Operations
3.6 Fractions & Problem Solving

CHAPTER 4 DECIMALS
4.1 Introduction to Decimals
4.2 Order and Rounding
4.4 Multiplying Decimals
4.5 Dividing Decimals
4.6 Estimating and Order of Operations
4.7 Fractions and Decimals

CHAPTER 5 RATIO AND PROPORTION
5.1 Ratios
5.2 Rates
5.3 Proportions
5.4 Proportions and Problem Solving

CHAPTER 6 PERCENT
6.1 Introduction to Percent
6.2 Percents and Fractions
6.3 Solving Percent Problems with Equations
6.4 Solving Percent Problems with Proportions
6.5 Applications of Percent
6.6 Percent & Problem Solving: Sales Tax, Commission &
Discount
6.7 Percent & Problem Solving: Interest

CHAPTER 7 MEASUREMENT
7.1 Length: U.S. & Metric Systems of Measurement
7.2 Weight & Mass: U.S. & Metric Systems of Measurements
7.3 Capacity: U.S. & Metric Systems of Measurements
7.4 Temperature: U.S. & Metric Systems of Measurements
7.5 Energy: U.S. & Metric Systems of Measurement

CHAPTER 8 GEOMETRY
8.1 Lines and Angles
8.2 Plane Figures and Solids
8.3 Perimeter
8.4 Area
8.5 Volume
8.6 Square Roots and the Pythagorean
8.7 Congruent and Similar Triangles

CHAPTER 9 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY
9.1 Reading Pictographs, Bar Graphs, and Line Graphs
9.4 Mean, Median, and Mode
9.5 Counting and Introduction to Probability

CHAPTER 10 SIGNED NUMBERS
10.1 Signed Numbers
10.3 Subtracting Signed Numbers
10.4 Multiplying and Dividing Signed Numbers
10.5 Order of Operations

CHAPTER 11 INTROUDCTION TO ALGEBRA
11.1 Introduction to Variables
11.2 Solving Equations: The Addition Property
11.3 Solving Equations: The Multiplication Property
11.4 Solving Equations: Using Addition and Multiplication
Properties
11.5 Equations and Problem Solving

Software Descriptions and Lessons
For Mathematics
MATHPRO EXPLORER 2nd EDITION
Introductory Algebra
( free with text- networked)

Description :

MATHPRO EXPLORER has been developed to accompany
Introductory Algebra by K. Elayn Martin-Gay.
It corresponds to the objective exercises in the text. Each exercise
learn important algebraic concepts and skills.

Lessons:

CHAPTER R-PREALGEBRA REVIEW
R.1 Factors & Least Common Multiples
R.2 Fractions
R.3 Decimals & Percents

CHAPTER 1 REAL NUMBERS & INTRODUCTION TO
ALGEBRA
1.1 Tips for Success in Mathematics
1.2 Symbols & Sets of Numbers
1.3 Introduction to Variable Expressions & Equations
1.5 Subtracting Real Numbers
1.6 Multiplying Real Numbers
1.7 Dividing Real Numbers
1.8 Properties of Real Numbers

CHAPTER 2 EQUATIONS, INEQUALITIES, & PROBLEM
SOLVING
2.1 Simplify Expressions
2.2 The Addition Property of Equality
2.3 The Multiplication Property of Equality
2.4 Further Solving Linear Equations
2.5 An Introduction to Problem Solving
2.6 Formulas & Problem Solving
2.7 Percents, Ration & Proportion
2.8 Solving Linear Inequalities

CHAPTER 3 EXPONENTS AND POLYNOMIALS
3.1 Exponents
3.2 Negative Exponents & Scientific Notation
3.3 Introduction to Polynomials
3.5 Multiplying Polynomials
3.6 Special Products
3.7 Dividing Polynomials

CHAPTER 4 FACTORING POLYNOMIALS
4.1 The Greatest Common Factor
4.2 Factoring Trinomials
4.3 Factoring Trinomials
4.4 Factoring Trinomials by Grouping
4.5 Factoring Perfect Square Trinomials & the Difference of Two
Squares
4.6 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
4.7 Quadratic Equations & Problem Solving

CHAPTER 5 RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
5.1 Simplifying Rational Expressions
5.2 Multiplying & Dividing Rational Expressions
5.3 Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions with the Same
Denominator & Least Common Denominators
5.4 Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions with Different
Denominators
5.5 Solving Equations Containing Rational Expressions
5.6 Rational Equations & Problem Solving
5.7 Simplifying Complex Fractions

CHAPTER 6 GRAPHING EQUATIONS & INEQUALITIES
6.1 The Rectangular Coordinate System
6.2 Graphing Linear Equations
6.3 Intercepts
6.4 Slope
6.5 Equations of Lines
6.6 Introduction to Functions
6.7 Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

CHAPTER 7 SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS
7.1 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing
7.2 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution
7.3 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Addition
7.4 Systems of Linear Equations & Problem Solving

8.6 Radical Equations & Problem Solving

9.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by the Square Root Property
9.2 Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
9.4 Graphing Quadratic Equations in Two Variables

# Assignment Sheet for the Textbook for College Algebra

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.
You have the answers to the assigned problems in the back of your
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problems
on them showing all work
like you do for textbook assignments.

completion grade for all textbook work. Give yourself 10 points for each
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H. Give yourself 20 points for each extra credit assignment that is indicated
on your assignment sheet with a ** that you complete. Review Exercises
and Practice Test are extra credit assignments and are labeled with **.
They should be highlighted in a different color (for example use a yellow
highlighter for completed daily textbook assignments and a pink
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I. You must show all work to get credit for extra credit assignments. Review
Exercises and Practice Tests are good things to do to help you to study for
your exam. Be sure you do those because you earn lots of points for doing
them.

J. Do not include daily pop tests from the packet with assignments from this
assignment sheet – daily pop test do not have answers on them – we go
over these in class. Please do not include you daily class notes with
homework.

K. You should read the material in the textbook that precedes each
homework lesson. If you have trouble completing your homework,
you
tutoring room L247,
go to the learning center for help, see me
during my office hours or work with someone in your group.

L. All work must be shown on your homework paper. I will not give you
credit for completing an assignment if you just write the problem and the
especially if the problem is complicated and requires several steps.
My philosophy is if I cannot do the problem in my head, I assume you
cannot do it in your head. If the problem is simple and can be done in your

M. You may call Mrs. Wagner in her office 209-7369; however, I prefer
email. I will respond as soon as possible.
I am in my office in the evenings
after 8:00 PM until 10:00 PM or later Monday through Wednesday. If I
am not there when you arrive, wait. I will be there soon.

N. It is best to try to reach me by e-mail. I will respond ASAP.

O. Be sure to re-work and study your daily pop tests and old exams in the
chapter “P” and “one” in your text book is material that you are supposed to
already know. We will not spend class time reviewing this material most of
this is material you should already know. Because you have so many problems
to do for review that are in the packet the textbook problems in Prerequisities
Chapter and Chapter 1 (labeled with *) are optional and will be counted as
extra credit assignments which you will be given 10 points each for
completing. The Chapter Reviews and Chapter Tests (labeled with **) will be
counted as 20 points each. To earn the most extra credit points do the Chapter
Review and the Chapter Test first. If you find that you do not have a firm
grasp of these basic concepts, then you should consider taking one of the
classes that precedes this course. The material that is in the Prerequisites
Chapter and Chapter 1 in your book is covered in detail in M0312. There are
not many days to change classes so make your decision quickly so that you do

Q. You will be expected to do all the assigned textbook assignments
Beginning in Chapter 2 - 8. These assignments are graphing assignments,
which pertain to the material that is essential to this class. Each regular
assignment is worth 10 points and will count against your grade if you do
not complete the textbook work.

R. This is a “learn to graph class”. The purpose of this class is to teach you to
learn to recognize equations of different types, graph them, interpret what
they are telling you, i.e. You must learn to understand the equations we
cover and the graphs they form.

S. You MUST bring your calculator to class everyday.

T. If you have financial problems at the beginning of the semester, I have a
textbook and a blank packet on file in the library for you to use.

BASIC CONCEPTS, GENERAL REVIEW, PROPERTIES OF REAL
NUMBERS, ADDING, SUBTRACTING, MULTIPLYING, AND DIVIDING
POLYNOMIALS, FACTORING, USING FACTORING TO SIMPLIFY

FRACTIONS WHEN ADDING , SUBTRACTING, MULTIPLYING, AND

1. Telephone 5 people in class and find out 2 interesting things about each
person and write it down. Try to find out something about each person
as to how you can help each other in this class.
2. * Read and Study Modeling the Real World: P.1 pgs. 3 – 12, be sure to
look at the picture and the formulas do #1, 3, 7 pgs. 9 & 10.
3. * Real Numbers: P.2 # 1 – 31 odds, 35 - 69 odds, pgs. 21 & 22.
4. * Integer Exponents: P.3 # 1 - 65 odds, pg. 29.
5. * Radical Exponents: P.4 # 1 – 65 odds, pgs. 35 & 36.
6. * Algebraic Expressions (Adding, Subtracting, & Multiplying,
Polynomials): P.5 # 1 - 55 odds, pgs. 41 & 42.
^^7. THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT ASSIGNMENT! IT IS NOT EXTRA
CREDIT! YOU MUST DO IT!
Dividing Polynomials: 4.2 # 1 - 27 odds,
pg. 331.
8. * Factoring P.6-# 1 – 75 odds, pgs. 48 – 49.
9. * Rational Expressions (using factoring to simplify): P.7 # 1 - 65 odds,
77 – 81 odds pg. 58 & 59.
& # 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61 pgs. 50 - 52.
10. * Work on your own the Radical Numbers Worksheet: all, page 3 - 7
and page 3 – 8 from your instructional packet (be sure to check your
11. ** Read & Study Concept Check Prerequisites # 1 – 11 all, pgs. 60 – 61
12. ** Prerequisites Review Exercises # 1 – 89 odds, pgs. 61 & 62.
13. ** Prerequisites Test: # 1 – 8 all, pg. 63.

SOLVING FOR X IN BASIC EQUATIONS: SOLVING FIRST DEGREE
EXPONENTS, USING A ''U" SOLVE EQUATIONS , WORKING WITH
COMPLEX NUMBERS, USING FACTORING WITH FRACTIONAL
EXPONENTS TO SOLVE EQUATIONS (THE ALGEBRA OF
CALCULUS
); GRAPHING: INEQUALITIES, ABSOLUTE VALUE
INEQUALITIES.

14. * Basic Equations: 1.1 # 1 - 70 odds, # 79 – 90 odds, pgs. 80 – 82.
15. * Quadratic Equations: 1.3 # 1 -60 odds, pg. 105.
16. * Complex Numbers: 1.4 # 1 - 66 odds, pg. 114.
17. * Other Types of Equations (Using a "w" or a "u" to solve equations,
clearing exponents, working with variables under radicals): 1.5 # 1 –
34 odds, # 40 – 47 odds, # 55 – 61 odds, pg. 122.
18. * Inequalities: ( Non linear inequalities, rational inequalities and
quadratic inequalities - using critical or extreme values.) 1.6 # 1 - 63
odds, pg. 132 & 133.
19. * Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities: 1.7 # 1 – 52 odds, pg. 136.
20. * Copy and rework on your own the Worksheet on Inequalities: all, pg.
21. ** Concept Review Chapter 1 # 1 – 15 all, pg. 138.
22. ** Chapter 1 Review Exercises: # 1 - 43 odds, and # 53 - 83 odds, pgs.
139 & 140.
23. ** Chapter 1 Test: # 1 - 8 All, pg. 141.
24. Copy the Algebra of Calculus Worksheet from your packet page 7 - 1
through 7 - 3. Write the examples out in your own handwriting. This
will help you to learn to do the Algebra of Calculus Worksheet .
25. Algebra of Calculus: P.6 # 77 – 89 odds, pg. 49. And P.7 # 71 – 75 odds,
Pg. 59.
26. **Review Exercises Chapter 4 # 15 – 22, pgs. 373 –374.
27. ** Chapter 4 Test # 2 pg. 375.

Please note Assignment # 1, # 7, # 24, and # 25 above are NOT EXTRA
CREDIT ASSIGNMENTS, they are required.

This course begins with the material in Chapters 2 - 8 be sure you do all the
textbook assignments for these chapters. They are regular homework
assignments and are not considered to be extra credit assignments.

USING: THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM, SLOPE FORMULA,
DISTANCE FORMULA, MID POINT FORMULA, LINE FORMULAS; X
AND Y INTERCEPTS, GRAPHING: LINES, CIRCLES, SOLVING:
SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS; UNDERSTANDING: DOMAIN, RANGE,
FUNCTIONS AND RELATIONS, AND ONE-TO –ONE FUNCTIONS.

28. The Coordinate Plane: (Pythagorean theorem, distance formula and
midpoint formula) 2.1 # 1 - 17 odds, and # 21, 35, 37, 39 pgs. 154 – 156.
29. Graphs of Equations in Two Variables( using a "t" chart, x and y
intercepts, symmetry, graphing circles or using a graphing calculator):
2.2 # 1 – 17 odds, use your calculator to help answer # 19 – 43 odds, do
# 45 – 75 odds and do # 46, 48, 52, 54, 83, 87.
30. Worksheet on "t" Chart Graphing: page 9 - 9 through 9 - 11, from your
and include them with your textbook homework.
31. Circle Worksheet: (6 problems), page 8 - 6 through 8 -7 from your
and include them with your textbook homework.
32. Worksheet on Graphing: page 8 - 8 through 8 - 11 from your
and include them with your textbook homework.
33. Lines: 2.4 # 1 - 57 odds, and # 50, use your calculator – set the window
graph # 65 & # 67, pgs. 189 – 191. It is very important for you to be able
to graph and write equations of a line given 2 points on that line, and
graph and write the equation of a line given the slope and one point on
that line. Be sure that you can do # 19, 27, 31, 35, 47, 50 for your exam.
To do # 65 and 67 class project 8.11 will help.
34. ** Concept Check Chapter 2 # 1 – 13 all, pg. 199.
35. ** Chapter 2 Review Exercises # 1 – 27 odds, # 8, 10, 26, # 37 – 43 all, #
51, pgs. 199 – 200.
36. ** Chapter 2 Test # 1 – 5 all, pg. 202.
37. What is a Function: 3.1 # 1 –19 odds, use a calculator to do # 35 – 55
odds pg. 221.
38. Graphs of Functions: 3.2 Use your calculator to do # 1 – 21 odds, do #
23, 24 & 25 – 35 odds, # 53 – 58 all, pgs. 233 & 234.
39. One-to-One Functions 3.7 # 1 – 15 odds, pg. 286.
40. Domain Study Sheet: page 8 - 28 & 8 - 29 from your Instructional
Packet. Please re-work on your own paper and be sure you understand
how to do it.
41. ** Concept Check Chapter 3 # 1 – 4 all pg. 289.
42. ** Review Exercises Chapter 3 # 1 – 10, use a calculator to do # 15 - 28
all, pg. 290.
43. Systems of Equations: 6.1 # 1, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17, 19, 21, pg. 460 & 461.
Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables(Using Graphing,
Substitution, Elimination or your calculator): 6.2 # 1 – 21 odds, pgs.
474 – 475.
44. Systems of Linear Equations in Several Variables: 6.3 # 15, 17, 19, 23,
25, pg. 484.
45. ** Concept Review Chapter 6 # 1 & 2 pg. 500.
46. ** Review Exercises Chapter 6 # 1 – 14 all, 19, 20, 21 pg. 501.
47. ** Chapter 6 Test # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 pg. 503.

Exam # 1 covers textbook assignments # 1 - 47. Be sure you have assignments
# 1 – 47 (there are no word problems on exam # 1)
homework is due the day you take your exam. I will grade it while you take
your exam. Be sure to follow the correct directions above as to how you
should order and highlight your homework.

PARABOLAS, TRANSLATIONS, STEP FUNCTIONS, ABSOLUTE VALUE
GRAPHS, OTHER GRAPHS, RATE OF CHANGE, PIECEWISE
FUNCTION;

48. Parabola Worksheet: (9 problems) page 9 - 1 through 9 - 4, and
Quadratic Function Study Sheet: (2 problems) page 9 - 5 and 9 - 6, from
problems on your own graph paper and include them with your textbook
homework.

*****Quadratic Function Worksheet: page 9 - 5 & 9 - 6 is very important be
sure you know how to do it!!!

49. Parabolas: 8.1 # 1 – 6 all, # 7 – 31 odds, # 37 – 43 all pgs. 581 & 582. (All
50. Shifted Conics: 8.4 # 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 pg. 610.
51. ** Concept Check Chapter 8 # 1 a – c
52. ** Review Exercises Chapter 8 # 1, 3, 5, 25, 28, 43, 48 pgs. 612 & 613.
53. **Chapter 8 Test: # 1, 4, 9, 11 pg. 615.
54. Increasing and Decreasing Functions; Average Rate of Change: 3.3 # 1
– 27 0dds, # 31, 33, 35, pgs. 244 - 245. Do 3.1 # 29,31, 33, 33 pg. 221.
55. Transformations of Functions: (translations, shifts, stretching and
reflecting of curves.) Use a calculator as needed to do 3.4 # 1 – 47 odds,
# 12, 14, 20, 24, 26. 28, 30, 32, 53, 61 – 68 odds, pgs. 255 – 258. BE
SURE TO DO THIS ASSIGNMENT IT IS ON YOUR EXAM!
56. Maxims and Minima: 3.5 # 1 – 4 all, 5 – 43 odds, # 45 – 48 all, # 49 – 55
odds, pgs. 266 & 267.
57. Study Sheet on Applied Minimum and Maximum Problems: page 9 28
on each example, be sure you understand how to do them and include
58. Piece wise or Step Function Worksheet: page 9 - 20 from your
and include them with your homework.
59. Piecewise Functions: 3.2 # 37 – 51 odds, pgs. 233 – 234.
60. ** Concepts Check Chapter 3 # 5 – 10 all, pg. 289.
61. ** Review Exercises Chapter 3 # 29 – 32 all, # 41 – 58 all, pg. 290 & 291.
62. ** Chapter 6 Test # 3 – 7 all, & # 11 pg. 293.

Exam # 2 covers textbook assignments # 1 - 62. Be sure to include textbook
assignments # 48 – 62 with your homework.
homework is due the day you take your exam. I will grade it while you take
your exam. Be sure to follow the correct directions above as to how you should
order and highlight your homework. Be sure to turn in your Exam # 1
Corrections if you have not already done so. Be sure to complete your class
projects and take home exams before you take Exam # 2. They will help you to
study for Exam # 2. The take home exam is due when you walk in the door on
exam day.

USING SYNTHETIC DIVISION, GRAPHING RATIONAL FUNCTIONS,
FINDING ASYMPTOTES, HOLES IN GRAPHS, X & Y INTERCEPTS,
DOMAIN & RANGE FOR RATIONAL FUNCTIONS.

63. Rational Functions Worksheet: page 10 - 2 through 10 - 5, from your
the examples on your own graph paper and turn in with your textbook
64. Rational Functions: 4.5 use a calculator to do# 1 - 59 odds, pg. 369 - 370.
65. ** Chapter 4 Review Concept Check # 12 pg. 373.
66. ** Chapter 4 Review Exercises: # 45 - 54 odds, pg. 374.
67. ** Chapter 4 Test: # 8 pg. 375.

DOING THE COMPOSITION OF FUNCTIONS FoG, GoF, FoF; FINDING
THE INVERSE OF FUNCTIONS; GRAPHING: HIGHER ORDER
POLYNOMIALS.

68. Functions Worksheet: from your Instructional Packet do page 11 – 6 &
11 - 7, all, (be sure to read, study, take notes on these problems and
include them with your textbook homework & be sure to check your
work page 11 - 8 & 11 - 9).
69. Combining Functions: 3.6 # 1 - 49 odds, # 12, 24, 26, 28 pg. 275 & 276.
70. One-to-One Functions and Their Inverses: 3.7 # 17 - 65 odds, pgs. 287
& 288.
71. ** Concept Check Chapter 3 # 11, 12, 13 pg. 289
72. ** Chapter 3 Review Exercises: # 59 - 76 all, pg. 292.
73. ** Chapter 3 Test: # 8 - 10 pg. 293.
74. Applied Functions Study Sheet: page 11 - 13 from your Instructional
how to do applied functions and there will be problems like this on your
final!
75. Worksheet on Graphing Higher Order Polynomials: page 12 – 1
76. Polynomial Function and Their Graphs: 4.1 # 1 - 9 odds, # 11 –16 all,
# 17 –28 all, 29 – 47 odds, # 38, 49 – 52 all, # 53 – 75 odds, # 72, 74,
76, 78, pgs. 322 – 324.
77. Dividing Polynomials: 4.2 # 29 – 57 odds, # 56, 58 pgs. 331 & 332
78. Real Zeros of Polynomials: 4.3 # 1 - 55 odds, # 8. # 10 pgs. 341 – 342.
79. Complex Zeros and Fundamental Theorem of Algebra: 4.4 # 1 - 55
odds, pgs. 354 - 355.
80. ** Chapter 4 Concept Check: # 1 - 11 All, pg. 372.
81. ** Chapter 4 Review Exercises: # 1 - 11 odds, # 23 – 26 all, # 29 – 32 all,
# 49 – 55 odds, # 56, 57, 58 pg. 373 & 374.
82. ** Chapter 4 Test # 1 – 6 all, # 8 a,b,c pg. 375.

Exam # 3 covers textbook assignments 1 - 82. Be sure to include in your
textbook homework assignments # 63 - 82. Remember Exam # 2 Corrections
are due. Don't forget to look in the Library at the old exams. Don’t forget you
need to turn in your take home exam when you walk in the door to take your
exam.

EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS, & LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS; USING A
CALCULATOR TO EVALUATE LOGS, Ln, & EXPONENTIALS;
SOLVING FOR X BY CLEARING EXPONENTS AND MAKING BASES
THE SAME; USING PROPERTIES OF LOGARITHMS TO SOLVE FOR
THE VARIABLE; SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS USING LOGARITHMS.

**** BRING YOU CALCULATOR TO CLASS!!!!!

83. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Worksheet: page 13 – 2 through
pg. 13 - 4 from your Instructional Packet. Read, study, take notes on all
the problems on your own paper and include them in your homework
84. Worksheet on Graphing Logarithmic, Exponential and Absolute Value
Curves: page 13 - 5 through 13 - 8, from your Instructional Packet.
Please read, study, take notes on these problems and include them with
85. Exponential Functions (graphing): 5.1 # 1 – 7 odds, # 9 – 18 all, 19 – 35
odds, 59, 60, 61, # 67 –74 all, pg. 392 - 394.
86. Logarithmic Functions (graphing): 5.2 # 1 – 46 all, # 47 –61 odds, pgs.
406 - 407.
87. Laws of Logarithms (Properties of logs): 5.3 # 1 - 55 odds, pg. 411 & 412.
88. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations: 5.4 # 1 - 49 odds, # 55 – 61
odds, Applications: # 67 – 72 all, # 75, #77 pgs. 424 & 425.
89. Modeling with Exponential and Logarithmic Functions (solving 8 word
problems): 5.5 # 1 - 11 odds, # 15 – 25 odds, pgs. 438 – 440.
90. ** Chapter 5 Concept Check: # 1 - 12. All, pg. 441.
91. ** Chapter 5 Review Exercises: # 1 - 61 odds, # 81 – 88 all, pg. 441 -
443.
92. ** Chapter 5 Test: # 1 - 8 all, pg. 444.

Exam # 4 covers textbook assignments # 1 - 92. Homework textbook
assignments # 83 - 92 should be in your homework folder for this exam.
Remember Exam # 3 Corrections are due. Don’t forget you need to turn in
your take home exam when you walk in the door to take your exam.

FINDING DETERMINANTS; USING KRAMER'S RULE; USING
GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION; FINDING AN INVERSE MATRIX.

93. Matrix Worksheet: page 14 - 5 & 14 - 6 from your Instructional Packet.
Please read, study, take notes on the worksheet and include them in
94. Matrix and Systems of Linear Equations: 7.1 # 1 - 7 odds, # 15 – 23
odds, # 35, 37 pgs. 526 & 527.
95. The Algebra of Matrix: 7.2 # 1 - 37 odds, pg. 537.
96. Determinants and Kramer's Rule: 7.4 # 1 - 7 odds, find the determinants
only for # 15 – 19 odds, # 29 - 37 odds, pg. 560 & 561.
97. **Chapter 7 Review Concept Check: # 1 - 8, 12, pg. 563.
98. **Chapter 7 Review Exercises: # 1 - 9 odds, # 21 – 32 all, find the
determinants only for # 41 - 45 odds, do # 53, 55 pgs. 563 - 565.
99. ** Chapter 7 Test: # 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15a, 17 pg. 566.

The Post Test and Final Exam will be combined. The posttest/final exam
covers anything in the course. Be sure to study your post test daily review pop
tests. The post-test section of the final covers anything from textbook
assignments # 1 - 99. Be sure to bring your last section of homework
assignments # 93 - 99 to the final exam. I will grade your homework while you
take your final. Be sure to bring your completed packet with you to the final

Remember, your Exam Corrections for the 4th Exam are due the day you
take your final. If you have any other old exams you must turn them in on
exam day. Complete all your late work and study for your final!!!! Good Luck
and I hope you do well!!!

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