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Remember TCC has computers you may use; bring earbuds. INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA SYLLABUS. Tulsa Community College, Southeas...


INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA SYLLABUS Tulsa Community College, Southeast Campus Fall 2016 DEVELOPMENTAL COURSE ENROLLMENT: Students requiring developmental course work in math, reading, and/or writing must enroll in developmental coursework during their first semester and continue their developmental coursework each subsequent semester until the required developmental course work is completed. All developmental course work must be completed within the first year or within the first 24 college-level credit hours. COURSE PREREQUISITES: One year of high school algebra and appropriate placement score or a grade of ‘C’ or better in either MATH 0013 or MATH 0055 or their equivalent. Recent successful completion of the prerequisites is assumed. COURSE DESCRIPTION: MATH 0123 – Intermediate Algebra An extension of MTH 0013 for students that need to review their algebra background or need to satisfy a high school deficiency. Included within this course are absolute value equations and inequalities, algebraic fractions, irrational numbers, negative and fractional exponents, roots and radicals, complex numbers, domain and range, quadratic equations, variation, graphing, systems of equations and applications. Textbook NEXT COURSE(S) IN SEQUENCE: The next math course may be MATH 1513 College Algebra or MATH 1715 College Algebra and Trigonometry. I highly recommend taking another math class next semester continuing with your math sequence until completed. REQUIRED TECH SKILLS: Students should be comfortable with using a computer and MyTCC which includes Blackboard and TCC email at . If needed click here for the Blackboard Orientation. Students should be able to read instructions, open more than one application at a time, download plug-ins, and troubleshoot tech problems which may include calling the appropriate free tech assistance. Help Information is listed to the right and under the “HELP” button on both MyMathLabPlus and Blackboard.


TEXTBOOK, SOFTWARE & OTHER RESOURCES: MyMathLabPlus “Integrated Course Sequence” by Pearson is required. There is a free optional grace period for 2 weeks so everyone may start on time! ∎ OPTION 1: MyMathLabPlus Integrated Course Sequence by Pearson Publishing comes with an eTextbook online. Be sure it is the “Integrated Course Sequence” version. ∎ OPTION 2: Buy the textbook package which includes MyMathLabPlus Plus and a physical textbook, "Algebra Foundations", by Elayn Martin-Gay, Pearson Publishing. This is a custom textbook for TCC and may be difficult to find elsewhere. The software may be purchased online when you register in MyMathLabsPlus for immediate use or purchase the software or package via the TCC Online Book store at http:// or at the Northeast Campus Bookstore. Other campus bookstores may not be selling this version of the software or package with the textbook & software. Enrollment instructions for the software are on page 6 and on Blackboard. CALCULATOR: A graphing calculator is required. I recommend the TI - 83 Plus & TI - 84 Plus since MyLabsPlus has help information and my help sheets are with these models. On Exams you may not use a cell phone or a CAS (Computer Algebra System) calculator . COMPUTER ACCESS: It is highly recommended that you have regular (daily) computer access, preferably a home computer with broadband Internet access and speakers. Public computers at TCC or other public access areas can be used however be aware that using public computers may create a hardship. All course requirements remain the same whether your computer access is public or private (home). To determine if your computer will support/ run MyMathLabPlus please go to the website . If you experience technical difficulties with your own computer have a backup plan. Remember TCC has computers you may use; bring earbuds.


Course: MATH 0123 Section: 390 CRN: 10842 16 week Internet Begins: August 22, 2016 Ends: December 18, 2016

CONTACT INFORMATION YOUR INSTRUCTOR Instructor: Joyce Shilling Campus: Southeast Campus Office: SEC 8247 Phone: 918-595-7692 Call during office hours, otherwise email is the fastest way to reach me! Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Monday & Wed. 10:00 - 12:00 & 1:30 - 3:30 & online TBA. By appointment: Monday —Thursday 2:00 - 8:00 PM. SEC SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & MATH OFFICE Campus: Southeast Office: SEC 8125 Phone: 918-595-7742 SEC ACADEMIC & CAMPUS SERVICES Office: SEC 2202 Phone: 918-595-7673 Campus Security: 918-595-8888 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES TCC Student Resources is a long list scroll down to see it all: https:// institution/DL/student_support.htm TCC STUDENT SERVICES & TCC TECH SUPPORT Phone: 918-595-2000 MyLabsPlus TECH SUPPORT 24 hours a day 7days a week: 1-866-791-1160 or 1-800-677-6337 Status check for MyMathLabPlus: MyMathLab/Last_24_hrs Status check for MathXL: https:/ Last_24_hrs

HOW THE CLASS WORKS GETTING STARTED: ∎ The first two assignments in MyMathLabPlus are due on the first Tuesday of the semester. ∎ There is a free temporary access code so everyone can start on time! ∎ MyLabsPlus enrollment instructions are on page 6 and Blackboard at . ∎ MyLabsPlus is at ; instructions to proceed are on the first page. EMAIL: Email is the fastest and preferred method of individual communication. I check email frequently 11:00 am -10:00 pm. An email response should be received within 24 hours, if not check the available space in your email box and then resend your email. TEACHING METHODS: Help is available 24/7 in the form of videos, multimedia textbook, animations, help buttons, and tech support. Take assignments at least one day early; waiting until the last minute makes you very vulnerable to technical and personal problems which may cost you points. To maintain equal access for all students, I do not extend due dates for individuals. However a few grades will be dropped at the end of the semester to help with emergencies; use them sparingly as life can be unpredictable. Homework is an interactive way to learn the material. It has links to videos, the multimedia textbook and other media. Help buttons include “Ask My Instructor” which will email your current question to me along with your comments. After using any help button work another question using the “Similar Exercise” button and keep practicing until you can work the problem without any assistance or notes. A minimum score of 80% is required to access the corresponding quiz. Raise your homework score by only reworking the problems you missed. Homework is available after its due date for 90% credit on the individual problems completed late. Quizzes are a good way to see if you understand the material and to reevaluate your study habits. Quizzes have 5 -7 problems randomly chosen from the homework without help buttons. To open a quiz a minimum 80% score on the corresponding homework is required. Quizzes may be taken three times with only the highest score counting. Review quizzes with help buttons immediately after submission and before closing. Quizzes will not be available after their due date. If you do not submit a quiz after starting it email me immediately to reset it for you. Your five lowest quiz scores will be dropped at the end of the semester. Chapter Reviews are a study guide to prepare for the test. They are worth points, may be taken repeatedly, and require a minimum 70% score to access the corresponding test, no exceptions! Closing instead of submitting allows you to reopen the review and continue working where you left off. After submitting, review it with help buttons before closing. Chapter Reviews are due the day before the test and will not be available after their due date. Study Guides for Tests are optional and only have the types of problems YOU missed on the Chapter Reviews. This is a good way to focus on your trouble spots. Tests require a minimum 70% Chapter Review score to open. Tests provide an opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the chapter material and when to apply it. Tests are timed and once started must be completed. Tests may be taken twice with only the higher score counting. Even though tests may be taken at home, they are still "real" tests so use the “Honor System” (without notes, book, or help from another person). Review tests immediately after submission and before closing. Once started if your test is not submitted you will be locked out of all assignments, contact me immediately! Avoid problems, plan ahead, take tests early!


Exam Preps are a study guide to prepare you for the exam. They are worth points, may be taken repeatedly, and require a minimum 60% score to access the corresponding exam. Closing instead of submitting allows you to reopen it and continue working where you left off. After submitting, review it with help buttons before closing. Watch the due dates for the Exam Preps since they will not be available after their due date. PROCTORED EXAMS must be taken with supervision in a testing center. Exams demonstrate your understanding of the course material and when to apply it. Exams are multiple choice and may only be taken once. They have a 1 hour and 50 minute time limit and once started must be worked on continuously until completed. Calculators may be used and scratch paper will be provided; CAS calculators are not allowed such as TI - 89 or TI - Nspire. The MyLabsPlus “EXAMS” button has exams, exam information, and designated TCC testing sites. If you live at a distance, contact me at least two weeks before the exam to find a testing site for you at a college or university in your area; you are responsible for any fees at these other colleges. Plan ahead to avoid problems! Take exams early! Exams are worth a significant amount of points! Division Rules for all College Algebra Classes: The common final will be comprehensive utilizing MyLabsPlus. Students may not use their own books, notes, or scratch paper during this exam. To assist students in preparing for these exams, the following policies have been established. 1. The common final will be the only exam for this class given during finals week. 2. Each student should receive instructions for accessing a sample final. 3. Students may use a calculator. Calculators may not be shared and no other devices may be used. 4. Scratch paper will be supplied. 5. To earn a grade of A, B, or C in this course, the department requires that you must also score at least 50% on the common final exam. Any exceptions to this must be appealed by your instructor to the Associate Dean. SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS: Assignments in MyLabsPlus will be graded when submitted. Credit will not be given for answers typed incorrectly or in the wrong format; pay attention to the blue print designating answers. Grades are accessible in the “View Your Grades” button. LATE ASSIGNMENTS AND MAKE-UP WORK: To keep the class equitable for all students, due dates for individuals will not be extended for any reason. Plan on taking assignments at least one day early to prevent loss of points due to last minute emergencies! Homework may be taken late for 90% credit; all other assignments will NOT be available after their due date. Assignments not completed on time receive a grade of zero. One lowest test and five lowest quiz scores will be dropped at the end of the semester. The final exam score completed by its due date may be used again to replace the midterm score if it is higher.

GRADES: Your current average in the class is always available and accurate in the Gradebook button. Click on the “Show Overall Score” button on the top. You can also check your grades on individual assignments however notice the default is only for assignments over the last two weeks; you may use the buttons to change the scope of assignments viewed. Ignore the total points earned as this is inaccurate until after the final. For assignments with multiple attempts only the highest score counts. EVALUATION TECHNIQUES: Department Policy: Proctored exams and quizzes (which includes the final exam) will comprise a required minimum of 50% of the overall course grade for on-line, blended, or campus math courses. A proctored event is an exam or quiz that takes place under the direct supervision of an instructor or an instructor-approved proctor. I do not give grades, you earn them. Your grade represents your level of math knowledge demonstrated during the semester. It does not represent your worth as a person, your personality or intellect. You will determine your grade by two criteria: your score on the Final Exam and the number of points you earn. The Final Exam is a gateway test and you must answer at least half the questions correctly to be eligible to earn an A, B, or C for the course; considering 50% is an F, it is not a very high standard. Recorded grades will be preceded with a D to designate the class as developmental. If your Final Exam score is equal to or greater than 50% then your grading scale is:

Grade: Points:

DA 2000 - 1800

DB 1799 - 1600

DC 1599 - 1400

DD 1399 - 1200

DF 1199 - 0

If your Final Exam score is less than 50% then your grading scale is:

Grade: Points:

DD 2000 - 1200

DF 1199 - 0

Points come from the following categories with the listed assignments:

Categories with their assignments


Homework Category: 37 Homework – about 9 points each, drop 5 lowest scores Quiz Category: includes Quizzes, Chapter Reviews & Exam Preps. 35 Quizzes - 9 points each, drop 5 lowest scores 7 Chapter Reviews - 12 points each 1 Exam Prep Midterm - 16 points











300 270 84 16

2 Exam Preps for Final - 15 points each


Test Category: includes Tests and Exams. 7 Chapter Tests - 50 points each, drop one lowest score 2 Exams: Midterm 500 points and Final 500 points TOTAL

300 1000 2000

“CLASSROOM” ETIQUETTE/ NETIQUETTE: Open and mutually respectful communication of varied opinions, beliefs, and perspectives during classroom or online discussion encourages the free exchange of ideas that is essential to higher learning and to the ability to learn from each other. Remember kindness is a virtue! Use of any electronic device is at the discretion of the instructor.  Be respectful, it makes everyone’s day better and reflects well on you.  Facial signals, body language, and voice intonation are not available to interpret email, so it is easier to give the wrong impression. Offensive communications may not have been proofread for tone and are not intended to give offense. Please give the sender the benefit of the doubt.  Stay on topic and within the scope of the course material.  Use clear and concise language. Use sentences and avoid texting shortcuts.  Use correct grammar and spelling in all college communications. Spell check is available in email.  Use color and fonts that are easily readable.  Avoid using ALL CAPITAL LETTERS as they can be perceived as the equivalent of yelling. You may format your text for emphasis.  Use TCC email or the email features available inside of Blackboard or MyLabsPlus. If these resources are not available, and you must email from an outside account, clearly identify yourself and your class; also be aware delivery may be significantly delayed.  Converse with others the same way you would in a traditional classroom. Harassment will not be tolerated.  Refer to the Student Policies and Resources Handbook for general classroom expectations at


ATTENDANCE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES ATTENDANCE: Students receiving benefits from government agencies must adhere to policies stipulated by the specific agency. Attendance is measured by completion of course assignments by their due dates. Math is a long distance race not a sprint, pace yourself! Students who fail to complete an assignment with at least a 60% score in any two week period may be administratively withdrawn. TIME: Students who have successfully completed this class have spent an average of 6 hours a week working online in the course! Time will vary based on your previous knowledge and aptitude. Participation in this course via the Internet is the responsibility of the student. Due dates will not be extended for individual students. All assignments may be taken early! Taking assignments early provides time to get additional help, access another computer when tech problems occur, or work around a personal issue. NOTE: It is your responsibility to complete assignments on time or early! I will be contacting you throughout the semester by email. Blackboard and MyMathLabPlus are available 24/7 with occasional down times for updates and technical corrections. What You Should Understand About Internet Classes  The responsibility of teaching and learning falls heavily on YOU.  Be realistic about the amount of time required to do the course work, 6 hours a week or more, REALLY!  Schedule study times and have a plan to complete assignments at least one day early!  Waiting until the last minute to complete assignments makes you very vulnerable to technical and personal problems and does not allow for time to get additional help or to access another computer if needed.  ASK for help when you need help, immediately don’t wait for a test!  Educational research has shown study times spread over several days work best so I recommend going online at least 3 days a week, everyday is best.  Check your TCC email often and communicate with me as needed.  Getting behind is frequently the death blow to success. If you don't have time to keep-up, it will be even harder to find time to catch-up.  Read the syllabus, you must know how the class works to use it to your best advantage!  Read and follow instructions carefully and immediately ask questions needed for clarification.  Internet classes require that students be self-motivated and self-disciplined.  If you have questions about internet classes take the Blackboard Learning Orientation at\


STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 

Understand and apply appropriate mathematical terminology, properties of real numbers, and the Order of Operations.

Add, subtract, multiply and divide signed integers, fractions, decimals, irrational numbers and complex numbers.

Solve equations and inequalities with absolute values.

Solve and graph systems of linear equations and inequalities in two variables.

Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify rational expressions.

Simplify complex fractions.

Add, subtract, multiply, divide, and simplify radical expressions.

Solve equations with rational and radical expressions.

Apply the laws of exponents with positive, negative and fractional exponents.

Solve quadratic equations graphically and algebraically including the square root property, completing the square, and the quadratic formula.

Define and identify relations, functions, domain and range.

Utilize function notation and graph functions.

Solve application problems by applying analytical reasoning and problem solving techniques including problems involving variation and the Pythagorean Theorem.


TCC POLICIES ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWL for NON-PARTICIPATION: Students will be withdrawn from the class with a grade of WN for non-participation if they have not participated in the class during the first week for 8-week classes and first two weeks for 16-week classes . For this class that means completing a math assignment in MyMathLabPlus. The college reimbursement schedule also applies to online classes.

DISABILITY RESOURCES: It is the policy and practice of Tulsa Community College to create inclusive learning environments. Accommodations for qualifying students in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act are available. To request accommodations, contact the Education Access Center (EAC) at [email protected] or call (918) 595-7115 (Voice). Deaf and hard of hearing students may text (918) 809-1864. Click on these links for TCC Disability Resources, Blackboard Accessibility Information and MyMathLab Accessibility FAQ . Links are also under the “Help” button on both Blackboard and MLP.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL: The deadline to withdraw from a course shall not exceed 3/4 the duration of any class. Contact the Counseling Office at any TCC campus to initiate withdrawal from a course ('W' grade) or to change from Credit to Audit. Check the TCC Academic Calendar for deadlines at . Students who stop participating in the course and fail to withdraw may receive a course grade of “F”, which may have financial aid consequences for the student.

ACADEMIC DISHONESTY: Academic dishonesty (cheating) is defined as the deception of others about one’s own work or about the work of another. Academic dishonesty or misconduct is not condoned or tolerated at campuses within the Tulsa Community College system. Tulsa Community College adopts a policy delegating certain forms of authority for disciplinary action to the faculty. Such disciplinary actions delegated to the faculty include, but not limited to, the dismissal of disrespectful or disorderly students from classes. In the case of academic dishonesty, a faculty member may: ∎ Require the student to redo an assignment or test, or require the student to complete a substitute assignment or test; ∎ Record a “zero” for the assignment or test in question; ∎ Recommend to the student that the student withdraw from the class, or administratively withdraw the student from the class; ∎ Record a grade of "F" for the student at the end of the semester. Faculty may request that disciplinary action be taken against a student at the administrative level by submitting such a request to the Dean of Student Services. Course Drop or Withdrawal: A student who has been found responsible for academic dishonesty in a course may not drop or withdraw from the course. If the student processes a drop or withdrawal from the course, the action will be reversed and the appropriate grade will be recorded on the student's transcript.

EMAIL: All TCC students receive a designated TCC email address, for example: [email protected]. All communications to you about TCC and course assignments will be sent to your TCC email address. You must use TCC email to send email to, and receive email from, the instructor regarding this course. To access TCC email go to MyTCC at https:// . For information about TCC email for students, click here for TCC IT instructions . INCLEMENT WEATHER: If extreme weather conditions or emergency situations arise, TCC gives cancellation notices to radio and television stations. This information is also posted on the TCC website at and sent via TCC Emergency Alerts. Register to receive TCC Alerts from the MyTCC home page at . GENERAL EDUCATION GOALS: General Education courses at TCC ensure that our graduates gain skills, knowledge, and abilities that comprise a common foundation for their higher education and a backdrop for their work and personal lives. TCC’s General Education Goals are: Communication Skills, Critical Thinking, Empirical Skills, Teamwork, Personal Responsibility, and Social Responsibility.

INSTITUTIONAL STATEMENT: Each student is responsible for being aware of the information contained in the TCC Catalog, the TCC Student Policies & Resources Handbook, and semester information listed in the class schedule. All information may be viewed on the TCC website at .

TOBACCO FREE COLLEGE: Tulsa Community College is a Tobacco Free college in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 2012-01 and Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1523 which prohibits smoking or the use of any tobacco products in all public places, in any indoor workplace, and all vehicles owned by the State of Oklahoma and all of its agencies and instrumentalities. This Order includes property leased, rented, or owned by TCC including, but not limited to, all grounds, buildings, facilities, and parking lots. Tulsa Community College’s policy includes a tobacco free environment on all campus and off-campus locations conducting TCC credit or non-credit classes. The TCC Campus Police is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Tobacco-Free Environment Policy. Violations of the policy may be addressed through issuance of campus or state citations.

SYLLABUS CHANGES: Occasionally, changes to the syllabus may be necessary. Students will be notified of any changes to the syllabus in writing.


Enroll In MyMathLabPlus

Tech Help Information

MyMathLabPlus will open on the first day of class and will NOT be available earlier. MyLabsPlus is “pay-for-view”, however there is a free temporary access so everyone can start on time! The free temporary access is good for the first two weeks; I do not have access to extend this for you. If you must wait to purchase your access code, work ahead so that you do not lose points on missed assignments. All assignments may be taken early.

MyMathLabPlus (also known as MyLabsPlus) access code:. Be sure to purchase the correct version of MyMathLabPlus (MyLabsPlus); it must be the “Integrated Course Sequence” version. It is NOT available on all campus bookstores; it will be available in the Northeast Camus Bookstore, the TCC online bookstore, and online in MyMathLabPlus.


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Your user name is your TCC student ID number without the T. If you are using a new MyLabsPlus, your password is password. If you are reusing MyLabsPlus use the same password you used before; click on forgot password if you have problems. (To reuse a MyLabsPlus it must have been purchased within 2 years for this textbook, Algebra Foundations.) Go to and click on the name of your course in the course list. If your course name does not appear contact me. Click on an assignment or learning aid link within the course to prompt the License Agreement and Privacy Policy page. Click I Accept after you have read the terms of use. There will be a prompt for the access code. * Enter your purchased access code. * Purchase an access code online with a credit card or PayPal. * Use the free 2 week access by choosing pay later. You will receive a confirmation page and you may choose to continue working.



These are the steps for resolving tech issues anytime during the semester.

If you have any kind of tech problems (including logon problems) with MyLabsPlus first try a different browser. Browsers change their security settings which can cause problems with the software even if it has been working earlier. I usually use Firefox or Chrome; below are links for downloads if needed: Chrome: Firefox:


If this does not fix the problem clear the cookies and cache on your computer. Instructions are at .


If you are still experiencing problem check the status for MyMathLabPlus .


Call the experts for FREE tech help with MyMathLabPlus at: 1-866-791-1160 or 1-800-677-6337 or 1-844-292-7015. They are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.


TCC has computers for your use. Another reason not to wait until the last minute to complete assignments.


Intermediate Algebra Fall 2016 Calendar Week #

Date Due Assignments due by 11:59 PM CST

Week 1 Week 2

Week 3 Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Monday, Aug. 22 Tuesday, Aug. 23 Monday, Aug. 29 Tuesday, Aug. 30 Wednesday, Aug. 31 Monday, Sept. 5 Tuesday, Sept. 6 Monday, Sept. 12 Tuesday, Sept. 13 Wednesday, Sept. 14 Monday, Sept. 19 Tuesday, Sept. 20 Wednesday, Sept. 21 Monday, Sept. 26 Tuesday, Sept. 27

Week 7 Week 8

Week 9 Week 10 Week 11

Monday, Oct. 3 Monday, Oct. 10 Tuesday, Oct. 11 Wednesday, Oct. 12 Monday, Oct. 17 Monday, Oct. 24 Monday, Oct. 31 Tuesday, Nov. 1

Week 12

Wednesday, Nov. 2 Monday, Nov. 7


Last day to drop 11/11

Week 13 Week 14

Tuesday, Nov. 8 Monday, Nov. 14 Monday, Nov. 21 Tuesday, Nov. 22

Week 15

November 23 - 27 Monday, Nov. 28 Tuesday, Nov. 29

Week 16 Week 17

Wednesday, Nov. 30 Monday, Dec. 5 Monday, Dec. 12 Tuesday, Dec. 13

Assignments I strongly suggest you complete your assignments at least one day in advance just in case you have tech or personal problems! Waiting until the last minute makes you very vulnerable to unexpected problems! All assignments may be taken early! Start on time! Use the free temporary access code if needed to enroll in MLP. Complete the ‘Start Here” tasks and the first two assignments. Homework: 15.1a, 15.1b, 15.2, and Quizzes: 15.1a, 15.1b, 15.2, Chapter Review 15 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test (no exceptions). TEST 15 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Labor Day TCC closed Homework: 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, and Quizzes: 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, Homework: 16.4, 16.5, and Quizzes: 16.4, 16.5, Chapter Review 16 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test (no exceptions). TEST 16 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Homework: 17.1, 17.2, 17.3, and Quizzes: 17.1, 17.2, 17.3, Chapter Review 17 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test (no exceptions). TEST 17 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Midterm Exam Prep — a minimum 60% score is required to take the Exam, no exceptions. It may be taken repeatedly, don’t wait until the last minute!!! Midterm Exam — must be taken in a testing center! Detailed information is under the Exam button. Homework: 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, and Quizzes: 11.1, 11.2, 11.3, Homework: 11.4, 11.5, 11.6, and Quizzes: 11.4, 11.5, 11.6, Chapter Review 11 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test. Test 11 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Homework: 18.1a, 18.1b, 18.2, and Quizzes: 18.1a, 18.1b, 18.2, Homework: 18.3, 18.4, and Quizzes: 18.3, 18.4, Homework: 18.5, 18.6, and Quizzes: 18.5, 18.6 Chapter Review 18 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test. TEST 18 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Homework: 19.1, 19.2,a 19.2b, & Quizzes: 19.1, 19.2a, 19.2b, Last day to drop Friday 11/11 before 5:00 PM TCC closed for a Professional Day

Homework: 19.3, 19.4, 19.5, and Quizzes: 19.3, 19.4, 19.5, Homework: 19.6, 19.7, and Quizzes: 19.6, 19.7, Chapter Review 19 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test. TEST 19 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Thanksgiving Holiday November 25 – 29, TCC is closed Homework: 20.1, 20.2, 20.3, and Quizzes: 20.1, 20.2, 20.3, Chapter Review 20 may be taken repeatedly to earn the minimum 70% score required to access the test. TEST 20 may be taken at home twice; only the higher score counts! Exam Prep A requires a minimum 60% score to access the Final. Exam Prep B requires a minimum 60% score to access the Final. FINAL EXAM (chapters 1–8) must be taken in a testing center, call for hours! Detailed information is under the Exam button. Plan to take the Final early! Waiting until the last minute makes you very vulnerable to personal problems and technical issues! The Class ends Tuesday night. Grades will be emailed to you ASAP. If you have questions about your grade email immediately!


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