Q2. What is the DN-Grade?

Q3. What is Unexcused Absence?

Q4 Is it important to study from the TEXTBOOK?

Q5 What is CAL?

Q6. How can my teacher be helpful to me?

Q7. What are office Hours?

Q8. What is Class Work?

Q9. What is the Evaluation policy?

Q10.What are the Consequences of Cheating?

Q11. What is a Letter Grade? The letter Grades are: A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, F.

Q12. What is the requirement for Engineering, Computer Sciences Program?

Q13. What is the requirement for Industrial Management of Environmental Programs?

Q14. I got a D in the Math course. Can I repeat the course?

Q15. What is the Maximum Time for completion of P-Y Program?

Q16. What is trigonometry?

Q17. When I'm given a 'word problem', where do I start?

Q18. What is mathematics?

Q19. What is arithmetic?

Q20. What is geometry?

Q21. What is algebra?

Q22. How have computers changed things?

Q1. Why are classroom lectures important?

Classroom lectures are the main source of learning. Missing one class may put
you away from understanding the next lesson. And being late in class will waste
your lesson.

Q2. What is the DN-Grade?

It is a denial grade. Where you are denied from attending the exams. Obtaining
the DN-grade will also be a black mark in your file.

Q3. What is Unexcused Absence?

After 3 unexcused absences, you will be given a first warning. After 6 unexcused
absences, you will be given a second warning. And after 8 unexcused absences,
you will be awarded a DN-Grade. Warnings / DN information is posted every Sunday
on the bulletin boards near your classrooms and in P-3.

Q4 Is it important to study from the TEXTBOOK?

The textbook helps you clarify new concepts you get in the class lecture. You
have to make a habit to read the textbook examples, do exercises with RED mark,
where the solutions are given at the end.

Q5 What is CAL?

CAL is a short word for: Computer Aided Learning. CAL helps you practice more by
the use of STEP-BY-STEP solutions and graphing calculator. It is an important
feature of learning.

Q6. How can my teacher be helpful to me?

Your teacher is the main source of help to make you understand the course.
Interact with him during the class lecture. Make a habit to visit his office for
your course difficulties. Be respectful to him when you discuss your study
problems or your exam results. Your teacher is like your advising friend. Pay
attention to his advise.

Q7. What are office Hours?

There are certain hours specified by your teacher for you to discuss your
difficulties on course material every day. If you did not find your teacher,
there are several teachers to help you. Get advantage of this facility.

Q8. What is Class Work?

Class work is based on Quizzes, Homeworks, CAL activities, your attention in
class, and your class attendance.

Q9. What is the Evaluation policy?

The evaluation policy is as follows: a) Classwork: 21% b) Exam I (written): 22%
c) Wxam II (written): 22% d) The final Exam (comprehensive and MCQ): 35%

Q10.What are the Consequences of Cheating?

You will be awarded a Zero if cheating in a quiz. An 'F' Grade if cheating in
the Exam. This Might cause that you will be Dismissed from the University.

Q11. What is a Letter Grade?

The letter Grades are: A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, F. These are bases on your
all scores in class work, Major Exams, Final Exams. You have to make a good
effort to get a good grade. Letter grade is given on your overall result during
the term. Your class instructor cannot change your final grade.

Q12. What is the requirement for Engineering, Computer Sciences Program?

At least 'C' grade in both courses MATH 001 AND 002.

Q13. What is the requirement for Industrial Management of Environmental
Programs?

At least one D-Grade and one C-Grade in MATH courses.

Q14. I got a D in the Math course. Can I repeat the course?

No. if you got a D or D+ in any Math course, you are not allowed to repeat the
course.

Q15. What is the Maximum Time for completion of P-Y Program?

Three regular terms from the start of your 1st time admission to P-Y Program.
You can make use of summer for additional term.

Q16. Trigonometry is the study of how the sides and angles of a triangle are related to each other.

Q17. Start by understanding what the problem is asking. What is the exact question you need to answer? Next, figure out what information you already know, and what you need to know in order to answer the question. While there is no ONE BEST way to solve word problems, first, it's important to understand what the problem is asking. What exactly is the question you need to answer? The next thing to do is to figure out what information you already know, and what you need to know in order to answer the question(s). Or you might want to rewrite the problem in your own words, and work with that information. Next, you need to figure out how to get from the information you're given to the answer you want. What can you do with your given information? What other tools might you need? A different formula? It's a good idea to do the work one step at a time if it's a big problem, so you don't try to solve the whole thing at once. It's much easier to keep the pieces of the problem in order if you work this way, and much easier to avoid mistakes. It's important to check your work as you go, and, after you finish, to make sure you're getting results that make sense.

Q18. Math is changing. Since the computer revolution, a new image of the subject is gaining acceptance: the study of space-time patterns. Dynamic math is outpacing the static concepts established by the ancients. Presently the main branches are usually listed as: arithmetic, geometry, algebra, and dynamics (aka analysis). Sometimes logic, topology, chaos theory, and others, are listed as well.

Q19. Arithmetic is all about number, counting, order, etc. It is ancient but still evolving, albeit slowly, eg, finding more primes.

Q20. Geometry is the study of spatial (static) patterns such as triangles, circles, cubes, pyramids, etc. This ancient branch of math is still evolving, eg, noneuclidean geom, 1750, fractal geometry, 1972.

Q21. Algebra is an extension of arithmetic dealing with the solution of equations. Geometric algebra is an intermediate step in which geometrical constructions are used to solve equations.

Q22. Computers have radically changed the way math is done and taught, and new knowledge found.