Methodology : The course will be facilitated through
a course management system,
MyMathLab, which is provided and maintained by the publisher of the text.
Students will be
expected to watch several video lectures each week and complete daily homework
through MyMathLab. Additional course assessments such as quizzes and exams will
administered through MyMathLab.
Grading: Your overall grade will be determined by
two online exams, four online quizzes, and
27 online homework assignments. The point values for each of these comp onents
Online Exams(2) 300 points
Online Quizzes(4) 150 points
Online Homework(26) 150 points
540 to 600 A
480 to 539 B
420 to 479 C
360 to 419 D
0 to 359 F
Note: A grade of CS will be used instead of F provided
that you have
earned at least 50% on all graded assignmens. All requests for CS must be
made before the second exam date.
Online Exams: The online exams will be made
available for a period of 15 hours on the
scheduled exam days starting at 9 AM to 11:59 PM (see schedule below). Students
permitted to use their course notes while completing the exams. All subject
matter covered in
the lessons and in the homework will be subject to testing.
Online Homework/Online Quizzes: Each week you will
be expected to complete several
homework assignments (see Course Schedule below) through MyMathLab. Also during
course of the six weeks you must complete four online quizzes. The homework and
must be complete by 11:59 pm on June 26; however, your professor strongly urges
follow the course sequence listed below. You may use your text and course notes
completing homework and quizzes.
Academic Dishonesty: Any student caught cheating or
plagiarizing will automatically receive a
grade of “F” in the course. Students are expected to understand the meaning of
cheating and plagiarizing (see the Pathfinder).
Getting Started with MyMathLab
MyMathLab is an interactive website where you can:
• Self-test to improve your math skills and create your
personal study plan
• Practice exercises to help with specific textbook sections
• View a video for further understanding
• Use customized materials prepared by your instructor
What do you need to get started?
Email Address. Don’t have it yet? Contact your school’s technology center or
set up a free account on a web site that offers this service (for example,
Don’t have it yet? Contact your instructor to get it. The Course ID is unique
for each course.
Student Access Code.
Don’t have it yet?
If your new textbook was not bundled with a Student Access Kit (which contains
Student Access Code), you need to:
• Go to your campus bookstore and buy the standalone Student Access Kit
for your textbook. OR
• Purchase online now using a credit card.
1) In order to register, you will need to use this Course
ID – michael95393
2) For an audio tour on how to register, click on ‘Take a
Tour’, and select the ‘Register and enroll in a course with a code’ tour.
3) Click on the Students ‘Register’ button.
4) Enter your six-word access code found inside your student access kit, under
5) Register only ONCE using the access code in your kit.
You will create your own Login
Name and Password. After registration you’ll receive a confirmation email.
6) After you've registered: Login at (bookmark this URL),
the Login name and Password you have just created.
7) From the “Welcome page” click on your course, then choose the “Installation
link to check that your computer has the required set-up and plug-ins. The
player must be installed for you to work exercises within the tutorial,
8) For help on entering answers, go to the audio tour:
and click on the How to Enter Answers Using the MathXL Player link.
* If you have questions or need assistance call tech
support at 800-677-6337