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KING  FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLUEM AND MINERALS

College of Sciences, Prep-Year Math Program

Syllabus of

Math 003 Term 022

Prerequisite: High School Algebra

Textbook    : College Algebra with Trigonometry by Aufmann/Baker/Nation 4th Edition, Houghton Mifflin 001 Objectives  : The students are expected to develop the comprehension of the course material in English improve     their computational skills and demonstrate writing ability of solutions with logical steps.

 WK Dates Text Section Title Suggested H.W. Problems 1 Feb 23-26 P-1 P-2 The Real Number System Intervals, Absolute Value and Dstance 1,4,6,9,23,30,33,45,48,58,63,64 3,14,23,58,59,69,77,85,86,87,90,97 2 March 1-5 P-3 Integer and Rational Number Exponents 5,11,33,39,50,53,59,85,93,102,126,136 3 March 8-12 P-4 P-5 Polynomials Factoring 15,20,29,49,57,61,70,74,84,85 4,13,22,25,37,46,49,59,74,82,86,90 4 March 15-19 P-6 1.3* Rational Expressions Complex Numbers (page #85-88) 5,22,35,37,51,55,62,72 29,35,41,47,48,114,121 5 March 22-26 1.1 Linear Equations 10,22,25,26,35,54,56,72,75 6 March29- April 2 1.2 1.3 Formulas and Applications  (Example #1) Quadratic Equations 7,12,17,19,21,23,66 7 April 5-9 1.4 1.5 Other Types of Equations Inequalities 8 April 12-16 2.1 A Two Dimensional Coordinate System and Graphs 9 April 19-23 2.2 2.3 Introduction To Functions Linear Functions 10 April 26-30 2.4 2.5 Quadratic Functions Properties of Graphs 11 May 3-7 2.6 The Algebra of Functions 12 May 10-14 3.1 Polynomial Division and  Synthetic Division 13 May 17-21 3.2 3.3 Polynomial Functions Zeros of Polynomial Functions 14 May 24-28 3.4 The Fundamental Theorem Of  Algebra 15 May31- June 4 3.5   4.1 Rational Functions and Their Graphs   Inverse Functions 16 June 7

NOTES: 1. The suggested homework and cal problems are considered as minimum sets of problems. It is the responsibility of the student to solve as many as he can from the list of problems at the end of each required section including the SOLVED EXAMPLES and RED EXERCISES.

2.The underlined problems will be discussed during the CAL HOUR.

Evaluation Policy:

Exam I (Written): 22 pts              Exam II(Written): 22 pts            Final Exam (Comprehensive & MCQ):36pts

Class work: 20pts. ( At least 5 Quizzes,  CAL Activity, Homework, Class Attendance)

CAL: There is a separate syllabus for the weekly CAL Classes. Questions given in the CAL Syllabus may be asked in the Exams.Unexcused Absences: A student will be awarded the grade DN after missing/being late in Eight classes without an acceptable excuse. It is the responsibility of the student to keep the record of his absences

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