Scott Stringfellow (sstringf@temple.edu)

- Course Outline
- Assignment List
- Midterm
- Final Exam

- The first day of classes: Tuesday, January 17
- The last day to drop/add (tuition refund available): Monday, January 30
- Spring Break: Monday, March 13 - Sunday, March 19
- The last day to withdraw (no refund): Wednesday, March 22
- The last day of classes: Monday, May 1

Integrated Arithmetic and Basic Algebra, 5th Edition, by Bill E. Jordan and William P. Palow

SUPPLEMENT: Intermediate Algebra, by Elayn Martin-Gay

- Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities
- Application Problems Modeled and Solved by Linear Equations
- Graphing Linear Equations and Finding Equations of Lines
- Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing
- The Laws of Exponents and Applying Them
- Operations with Polynomials
- Factoring Polynomials and Solving Polynomial Equations
- Operations with Rational Expressions
- Finding Roots and Operations with Radicals
- Rationalizing Denominators of One Term

- TEST 1
- MIDTERM EXAM
- TEST 2
- FINAL EXAM: Thursday, May 4, 3:30pm-5:30pm in a room to be announced

- MWF Sections: Wednesday, February 15

- TR Section: Thursday, February 16

- MWF Sections: Wednesday, March 8

- TR Section: Thursday, March 9

- MWF Sections: Monday, April 10

- TR Section: Tuesday, April 11

The use of personal electronic devices such as phones, computers, smart watches is prohibited during exams. All such items must be stowed in your bags for the duration of the exam. Any student found with such a device NOT stowed away at any time during the exam (whether the student used it or did not use it - does not matter) will not be allowed to complete the test, will receive a score of zero for the test, and will be reported to the Student Code of Conduct Board.

In addition, you may NOT bring in any kind of papers for use during the exam. If you need extra paper during the test, the proctor will provide it. Any student found using papers that he/she brought into the exam will not be allowed to complete the test, will receive a score of zero for the test, and will be reported to the Student Code of Conduct Board.

Your instructor will describe the policy for your section, and you may also refer to the Student Guidelines for Math 0702 posted under the "Course Information" link at the Math 0702 Course Information site on Blackboard. You may find the syllabus for your section here

No calculators may be used for any quiz or test.

- Test 1: 15%
- Midterm Exam: 25%
- Test 2: 15%
- Quizzes: 15%
- Cumulative Final Exam: 30%

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