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MATH 24 Modern Business Mathematics Fall 2015
|Section 2& 3 |Instructor: Dr. Kathy Zhong |Phone: 278-6698 |
|Sec. 2 TuTh 9:00-10:15am |Office Hours by Prof. Zhong in BRH 132 TuTh: |Office Hours by Domokos, Franciska |
|Room: DNH 1004 |10:15--11:45 starting 2nd week of school or |MW 9--10, Tu 1:30--2:30, |
|Sec. 3 TuTh 12-1:30 |by appointment. |TuTh 10:15--11:45 and F 2--4 |
|Room Humboldt 202 | |in Library 1010 (Multicultural Center) |
| |E-mail: kzhong@csus.edu |URL: www.csus.edu/indiv/z/zhongk |

Math Lab: The Math Lab in Brighton Hall 118 provides free tutoring. Hours M--Th 9-5pm, F 9-1pm.
Catalog Description: Mathematics for business world, including functions, math of finance, and rates of change. Applications to economics and business will be emphasized throughout by the use of case studies.

Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to: (1) Solve problems by thinking logically, making conjectures, and constructing valid mathematical arguments. (2) Make valid inferences from numerical, graphical and symbolic information. (3)Apply mathematical reasoning to both abstract and applied problems, and to both scientific and non-scientific problems.

Prerequisites: MATH 009,and the Intermediate Algebra Diagnostic Test (IAD). You must have an IAD test score of 27 or better to stay in the class(Department policy, no exceptions.). All students are required to show their scores by Tuesday, September 8 to avoid being dropped from course. However, students who didn't score 27 or better should drop themselves from the course.
Text and Topics: Applied Mathematics for the managerial, life and social sciences, by Tan, 7th edition (or earlier editions). Please read the homework section below for additional textbook information.
Writing Component: This is a general education course (as appeared in B4). It includes a writing component. You can expect to write frequently throughout the semester. In homework, and exams, you will be asked to explain in writing. An important note: A correct answer with incorrect or insufficient supporting work will receive LITTLE or NO CREDIT!
Calculator: Students are expected to have a working calculator for each exam. No calculator swapping is permitted during exams. A graphing calculator will be used for demonstration in this course.
Homework and Quizzes: The homework problems will be assigned and must be submitted through the online homework system “Webassign”. It requires you have access of a computer with internet connection. Typically hw will be due midnight Tuesdays and Saturdays. The hw deadline is not negotiable (more details in Q&A). An access code is required for a semester long access into Webassign. The semester fee is $75 which includes the ebook and can be paid online when you log in OR you may buy a paper copy textbook bundled with a homework access code. Steps to create Homework account. 1. Go to the Homework website: http://webassign.net/ 2. Self enroll by clicking on the button "I have a class Key", then follow the steps to create your own username and password. 3. Register for the correct section! Class key for Section 2(9am class): .csus 0029 2877 for Section 3(12pm class): csus 7578 0207 4. Our Institution: csus
Exams: There will be three in-class exams and a comprehensive final exam. All exams will tentatively take place on Sept. 29(Tu) , Oct. 29(Th), and Dec. 3(Th). If dates need to change, it will be announced in class. The final exam is accumulative and is scheduled on Tuesday, December 15, 10:15--12:15 for section 2, and Tuesday, December 15, 12:45--2:45 for section 3.
Grading: Your grade will be determined according to the point system below. Midterms: 66 pts (22 ea); HW: 12 pts ; Final Exam: 24 pts. Total: 102pts. Business school requires a minimum C grade. A: [pic] 91 A-: [pic] 88 B+: [pic] 85 B : [pic] 81 B-: [pic] 78 C+: [pic] 75 C: [pic] 71 C- : [pic] 68 D: [pic] 60 D-: [pic] 58 F :…...

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