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
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Cindy Alder (email@example.com) 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)
Sampling and Data
Discrete Random Variables
Continuous Random Variables
Central Limit Theorem
Hypothesis Testing - One Sample
Hypothesis Testing - Two Samples
Linear Regression and Correlation
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)
Equations and Inequalities
Relations, Functions & Graphing
Polynomial & Rational Functions
Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
Systems of Equations & Inequalities
Sequences & Series
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.