Concurrent Enrollment Topics

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Exam Information

 

1030 (Quantitative Literacy)

Topics Covered
  • REQUIRED CONTENT: 
    • Chapter 1 (Fun and Games), Chapter 9 (Meaning From Data), and Chapter 10 (Deciding Wisely).  At your discretion, you may choose to omit any one section from each of these required chapters. 
    • A minimum of 10 additional sections (your choice which ones) from the textbook must also be covered.
  • You are encouraged to include both individual and group work and to incorporate a variety of assesment strategies (homework, presentations, projects, exams, etc.).
  • Most importantly, have FUN with this class!  Help the students see how AWESOME math can be.
Exam Information
  • Each concurrent enrollment instructor for Math 1030 will create their own exams.  They should email a copy of the exam as well as a grading rubric and a list of topics covered to Jonathan Tyler (jonathan.tyler@snow.edu) and Cindy Alder (cindy.alder@snow.edu) for approval.  Upon receiving approval, you may administer and score the exam based on the approved rubric. 
    • Midterm Exams: Students may use any calculator and a 3"x5" notecard on these exams.
    • Final Exam: Students may use any calculator and a 3"x5" notecard on this exam.

 

1040 (Quantitative Literacy)

Topics Covered
  • Sampling and Data
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Probability
  • Discrete Random Variables
  • Continuous Random Variables
  • Normal Distribution
  • Central Limit Theorem
  • Confidence Intervals
  • Hypothesis Testing - One Sample
  • Hypothesis Testing - Two Samples
  • Chi-Square Distribution
  • Linear Regression and Correlation
Exam Information
  • Midterm Exams: Students may use any calculator, a 3"x5" notecard, and the z, t, and chi-square distribution tables on these exams.
    Final Exam: Students may use any calculator and a 3"x5" notecard on this exam.

 

1050 (College Algebra)

Topics Covered
  • Equations and Inequalities
  • Relations, Functions & Graphing
  • Polynomial & Rational Functions
  • Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
  • Systems of Equations & Inequalities
  • Matrices
  • Conic Sections
  • Sequences & Series
Exam Information
  • Midterm Exams: Students may use any calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on these exams.
  • Final Exam: Students may use any calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on this exam.

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1060 (Trigonometry)

Topics Covered
  • Angles & Trig functions
  • Graphs & Trig Functions
  • Trig Identities
  • Conditional Trig Equations
  • Trig Applications
  • Complex Numbers
  • Polar Coordinates
  • Parametric Equations
Exam Information
  • Midterm Exams:  Students may use a non-graphing scientific calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on these exams.
  • Final Exam:  Students may use a non-graphing scientific calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on this exam.
 

1210 (Calculus I)

Topics Covered
  • Functions
  • Limits & Continuity
  • Differentiation
  • Derivative Applications
  • Integration
  • Definite Integral Applications
Exam Information
  • Midterm Exams:  Students may use a non-graphing scientific calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on these exams.
  • Final Exam:  Students may use a non-graphing scientific calculator and a 3”x5” notecard on this exam.