## College Mathematics (804-107) at
Madison College, |

**Final Exam will be Wednesday 12/15/2010 from 11:30 AM to 1:20 PM in room 277.**- Brief Course Description
- Course Information ( Syllabus, etc. )
- Course Components ( Homework, Quizzes, Labs, Tests, Grades, Lesson Plans )
- Reference Sites
- Handouts
- LECTURE NOTES
- Course Schedule
- Past Semesters

This course is designed to review and develop fundamental concepts of mathematics pertinent to the areas of: 1) arithmetic and algebra; 2) geometry and trigonometry; and 3) probability and statistics. Special emphasis is placed on problem solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning, making connections, and using calculators. Topics include performing arithmetic operations and simplifying algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable, solving proportions and incorporating percent applications, manipulating formulas, solving and graphing systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables, finding areas and volumes of geometric figures, applying similar and congruent triangles, converting measurements within and between U.S. and metric systems, applying Pythagorean Theorem, solving right and oblique triangles, calculating probabilities, organizing data and interpreting charts, calculating central and spread measures, and summarizing and analyzing data. Prerequisite: Basic Algebra, 74-854-793 with a "C" or better or appropriate placement score.

- College Mathematics Syllabus (for Fall 2010)
- College Mathematics Course Description and Schedule
- College Mathematics Course Outline

- Wolfram Alpha ( http://www.wolframalpha.com/ )
- Wolfram MathWorld, created by Eric Weisstein ( http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ )

- Lecture Notes for Section 1.1 (Fractions)
- Click here to view a pdf of the completed notes for Section 1.1
- Old textbook for Section 1.1 (Fractions)
- Lecture Notes for Section 1.2 (Decimals)
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- Old textbook for Section 1.2 (Decimals)
- Lecture Notes for Section 1.3 (Significant Digits)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 1.4 (Signed Numbers)
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- Old textbook for Section 1.4 (Signed Numbers)
- Lecture Notes for Section 1.5 (Exponents)
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- Old textbook for Section 1.5 (Exponents)
- Lecture Notes for Section 1.6 (Order of Operations)
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- Old textbook for Section 1.6 (Order of Operations)
- Lecture Notes for Section 1.7 (Variables, Expressions, and Formulas)
- Click here to view a pdf of the completed notes for Section 1.7
- Old textbook for Section 1.7 (Evaluating and Simplifying Expressions)
- Lecture Notes for Section 2.1 (Solving Linear Equations in One Variable)
- Click here to view a pdf of the completed notes for Section 2.1
- Lecture Notes for Section 2.2 (Rearranging Formulas and Solving Literal Equations)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 2.3 (Linear Inequalities in One Variable)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 2.4 (Applied Problems)
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- Old textbook for Section 2.4 (Applied Problems)
- Lecture Notes for Section 2.5 (Percent Problems)
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- Old textbook for Section 2.5 (Percent Problems)
- Lecture Notes for Section 2.6 (Percent Problems from Finance)
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- Old textbook for Section 2.6 (Percent Problems from Finance)
- Lecture Notes for Section 2.7 (Direct and Inverse Variation Problems)
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- Old textbook for Section 2.7 (Direct and Inverse Variation)
- Lecture Notes for Section 3.1 (Graphing a Linear Equation Using a Table of Values)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 3.2 (Graphing a Linear Equation Using the Slope Intercept Method)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 3.3 (Graphing a Linear Equation Using Intercepts)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 3.4 (Graphing a Linear Inequality)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 3.5 (Solving a System of Two Linear Equations by Graphing)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 3.6 (Solving a System of Two Linear Equations by Algebraic Methods)
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- Lecture Notes for Section 4.1 (Linear Measurements)
- Click here to view a pdf of the completed notes for Section 4.1
- Old textbook for Section 4.1 (Linear Measurements)
- Lecture Notes for Section 4.2 (Measuring Area)
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- Old textbook for Section 4.2 (Measuring Area)
- Lecture Notes for Section 4.3 (Measuring Volume)
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- Old textbook for Section 4.3 (Measuring Volume)
- Lecture Notes for Section 4.4 (Conversion Between Metric and English Units)
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- Old textbook for Section 4.4 (Conversion Between Metric and English Units)
- Lecture Notes for Section 5.1 (Plane Geometry)
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- Old textbook for Section 5.1 (Plane Geometry)
- Lecture Notes for Section 5.2 (Radian Measure and Its Application)
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- Old textbook for Section 5.2 (Radian Measure and Its Application)
- Lecture Notes for Section 5.3 (Volume and Surface Area of a Solid)
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- Old textbook for Section 5.3 (Volume and Surface Area of a Solid)
- Lecture Notes for Chapter 7(Statistics)
- Click here to view a pdf of the completed notes for Chapter 7
- Old textbook for Chapter 7(Statistics)

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