Math 1060 Outline

OUTLINE FOR MATH 1060 – PRECALCULUS

Spring 2016

Week Date Lecture Text Section Discussion Text Section Topics
1 1/19 1.1 Pythagorean Theorem, Distance Formula, Applications
  Discussion – 1.2 Graphs of Equations, Intercepts, Symmetry, Applications (no circles)
2 1/25 1.3 Linear Equations in Two Variables, Slope, Graphing, Parallel, Perpendicular, Application Functions
  1.4A   Notation, Evaluating, Piecewise
  Discussion -1.4B Domain, Difference Quotient, Applications
3 2/1 1.5A Domain, Range, Zeroes
  1.5B Function Behavior, Average Rate of Change, Even/Odd
  Discussion -1.6 Parent Functions
4 2/8 1.7 Transformations of Functions
  1.8 Composite Functions
  Discussion -1.9
Bring Text to discussion
Inverse Functions– Chap 1 Review 106 – 108
5 2/15 2.1A Quadratic Functions, Completing Square, Vertex, x-Intercepts
  2.1B Minimum, Maximum, Applications
  Discussion 
Bring Text to Discussion
Review session for Exam 1 – Covers Sections 1.1 – 2.1
6 2/22 2.2 Polynomials Higher Degree, End Behavior, Real Zeroes, Sketching
  2.6   Rational Functions, Domain, Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes, Sketching
  DiscussionBring Exam Review to Discussion Midterm 1/Review during LectureExam 1 covers Sections 1.1 – 2.1
7 2/29 Review   Midterm 1/Review during LectureExam 1 covers Sections 1.1 – 2.1 
  3/1  6-8PM or 9-11PM   EXAM 1 –  click the “Exam Info” link on the class page once we are closer to the exam date to find the exam room assignmentsExam time was selected when you signed up for the course – either the 6 – 9PM or the 9-11PM slot
  3.1   Exponential Functions and Graphs
   Discussion –3.2A/3.2B Logarithmic Functions and GraphsApplications of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
8 3/7 3.3 Properties of Logarithms
  3.4 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
  Discussion – 3.5 Return Exam 1, go over solutionsExponential and Logarithmic Models
9 3/14 NO CLASSES SPRING BREAK
10 3/21 4.1 Radian and Degree Measure, Arc Length, Linear and Angular Speed (no minutes, seconds, no sectors))
  4.2 Sine/Cosine Domain/Period, Evaluating
  Discussion – 4.3A 45/45/90 and 30/60/90
11 3/28 4.3B Applying Trigonometric Identities (Basic substitutions)
  4.3C Right Triangle Applications
  Discussion – 4.4 Trigonometric Functions for any angle, Reference AnglesChap 3 Review 252 – 254
12 4/4 4.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine- Horizontal and Vertical Translations
  4.6 Graphs of Other Trigonometric Functions (No Damped)
  Discussion – 4.7 Inverse Trigonometric Functions (emphasis on arcsin, arccos, arctan)
13 4/11 Review Midterm 2/Review during LectureExam 2 covers Sections  2.2 – 4.5 
  4/12 6-8PM or9-11PM EXAM 2 –click the “Exam Info” link on the class web page once we are closer to the exam date for up to date information.
   4.8 Applications and Models
  Discussion – 5.1/5.2 Using Fundamental IdentitiesVerifying Trigonometric Identities
14 4/18 5.3  Solving Trigonometric Equations
  5.3  More- Solving Trigonometric Equations
  DiscussionBring exam review to discussion Return Exam 2, go over solutionsBegin review for final
15 4/25 Final Exam Review
  Discussion Review Session for Final examThe Final is cumulative with emphasis on Sections 4.7-5.3
16 5/2 Finals Week

              Wednesday –     May 4                      

                               1 – 3 PM

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MATH 1060 FINAL EXAM  2 hour common final exam – click on the Exam Info Link.