Text: Bittenger, et. al., Precalculus, Graphs and
Models, SECOND EDITION
Prerequisites: MTH 099 or equivalent
Calculators: A graphing calculator is required. You will need it in class, to do your homework, and on exams.
Course's Web Page: The address of this page is http://www.math.uri.edu/Courses/spring02/mth111/. You can also access it from the Mathematics Department main page http://www.math.uri.edu by clicking on a few obvious links. You should consult this page often for current announcements, times and location for exams, new WeBWorK assignments and so on.
The links below are shortcuts to the WeBWorK login page and the Lab Materials page.
|WEBWORK LOGIN PAGE||LINK TO LAB MATERIALS|
The Final Exam for all sections is
scheduled on Tuesday,
| A review session
for the final is scheduled for Monday, 5/13. |
It will be held by George Anderson, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm,
in East Hall Auditorium.
Click below to see Practice Exam 1 and answers to Practice Exam 1.
Your instructor may assign some of the sections for you to read, and only answer questions in class. Some sections may be throughly covered in class. All of the sections are required and will be included in their corresponding exams. Your instructor may choose to collect suggested practice problems as homework, or may not. In any event, you should attempt all the problems and seek help if you can't solve them.
Our evening exams are scheduled from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm on the following Wednesdays: Feb.20, Apr.3, May 1, in Chafee 271. The time and location of the final exam will be announced in class and on this page.
Your instructor will tell you in class how to log into the system. When you work on your homework problems, the system will tell you if your answers are correct or not. Most of the time, you will be allowed several attempts before electronically submitting your final answers. You will find that the system is user friendly and forgiving. WeBWorK is designed to make learning more convenient and efficient.
|Three evening exams||300 points|
|Final exam||200 points|
|WeBWorK assignments||100 points|
|Instructor's assignments||100 points|
As you see, 100 points are at the discretion of your instructor. Your instructor may require that you spend some time in the CyberLab, working on the Internet materials. Your instructor may include any, or some, of the following: labwork, quizzes, homework from the text, attendance.
You must attend classes in order to derive the full benefit from the course. Hence, attendance may be kept.
Our Maple and WeBWorK helpers will be available at the Mathematics Department CyberLab, Tyler Hall, Room 101. The schedule will be posted below: