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MA 13800, Spring 2011

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Exam Info.

Office Hrs

  • Gabe Smith
    • Mondays/Wednesdays 12:30-1:30
    • office: MATH B13
  • Lee Coduti
    • Mondays/Fridays 2:30-3:30
    • office: MATH B13
  • Renee Roames
    • office: MATH 808
    • 8:30-9:30 and 3:30-4:30
    • Tuesdays/Thursdays

Course Description

Credit Hours: 3.00. Elementary school teachers must understand how multiplication gives rise to exponents and how to represent, interpret, and compute exponents from problem situations. They must also understand how to represent practical situations using algebraic and fractional expressions, and verbally interpret graphs of functions. They have to know basic concepts of probability theory. This course covers conceptual and practical notions of exponents and radicals; algebraic and rational functions, algebraic equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Notions of probability. Typically offered Fall Spring.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 13800 001 UNIV 303 8:30am MWF Roames, Renee MATH 808
MA 13800 002 UNIV 303 9:30am MWF Roames, Renee MATH 808
MA 13800 003 UNIV 303 1:30pm MWF Roames, Renee MATH 808
MA 13800 004 UNIV 303 2:30pm MWF Roames, Renee MATH 808

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