M131 0L Mathematical Ideas
Course Number 16371
- Office Phone : 818-677-2721
- Fax Number : 818-677-3634
- Office Hours : on-line and by appointment
- Office Location :LO 1303A
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Important Materials
Text: materials supplied online
Course site: Moodle
Course Information Overview
- Mathematical Ideas
- Final Exam Times : There is NO final exam
- Meeting Type : Fully Online
Math 131 Mathematical Ideas (3). Prerequisites: Passing score on or exemption from the Entry Level Mathematics Examination, or credit in MATH 093.General Education course intended to acquaint the student with basic mathematical ideas. (Available for General Education, Basic Skills Mathematics)
Review of Elementary Math
Using a Spreadsheet program
Reading and Writing Mathematics
Some Financial Math
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Student Learning Objectives
MATH SLO 1: Represent, understand and explain mathematical information symbolically, graphically, numerically and verbally.
MATH SLO 2: Develop mathematical models of real-world situations and explain the assumptions and limitations of those models.
MATH SLO 3: Use models to make predictions, draw conclusions, check whether the results are reasonable, and find optimal results using technology where necessary and appropriate.
MATH SLO 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of mathematical reasoning including the ability to prove simple results and/or make statistical inferences.
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- 70% - Homework and quizzes
- 30% - Project
No late homework is accepted.
News and Announcements
News : All course information is on the M131 Moodle Course site. The course is conducted entirely on-line (but NOT in real-time). Students must complete assignments as indicated on Moodle site by due dates listed in a course calendar.
Accommodations and Services
Students with disabilities must register with Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) in order to receive accommodations. If you feel that you qualify for the services provided by DRES contact them at (818)677-2684 or stop by the office located in Bayramian Hall (BH 110). Faculty cannot provide assistance to students seeking disability accommodations unless they have disability documentation and are registered with DRES. Any student who feels that he or she may need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact me privately to discuss your specific needs.
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