### MS 095 PreAlgebra Spring 2005 Lee Ling

##### Schedule of Sections
Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
01/17/05 Admin Colors of light 1.11.2 Colors of light Quiz 1
01/24/05 1.3  Gym counts 1.41.5 Gym counts: A204 Quiz 2
01/31/05 1.61.7 Measuring mass and body fat 2.12.2 Calculationssxc Test One .sxw
02/07/05 2.32.4 Significant digits 2.52.6 Significant digits day two Quiz 3
02/14/05 3.13.2 Golf ball lab outdoors! Linear Quad 3.33.4 Golf lab analysis Q4 Staff Development Day
02/21/05 3.53.6 Even odd 3.73.8 Even odd: Breadfruit distribution rules Quiz 5
02/28/05 4.14.2 Shape of numbers 4.34.4 Interact Math Midterm dochtmlodt
03/07/05 4.55.1 Pigonacci 5.25.3 Belly button ratios Quiz 6
03/14/05 5.45.5 Pi 5.65.7 Continued fractionssxw Quiz 7
03/21/05 5.85.9 Mathematical attractors: Modulo math patterns Easter break Good Friday
03/28/05 6.16.2 Conversions: Inches to meters sxw 6.36.4 Rahn en Tiahk Founding Day
04/04/05 6.57.1 Drop sphere data sheetsxc 7.27.3 Golf drop graphs and functions sxw Quiz 8
04/11/05 7.47.5 Ping pong drop graphs and functions Worksheet Worksheet Test two
04/18/05 7.68.1 Graphing: Computerless 8.28.3 Graphing II: Computerized Quiz 9
04/25/05 8.48.5 Gradient ODT 8.69.1 Sum of n numbers Quiz 10
05/02/05 9.29.3 Site swap 9.49.5   Quiz 11
05/09/05     FSM Constitution mPSLOs Practice.xml
05/16/03 Final 2:15
##### Section Topics
 1.1 Introduction to Numbers Notation and Rounding. 1.2 Adding Subtracting and Solving Equations with Whole Numbers. 1.3 Multiplying Whole Numbers and Exponents. 1.4 Dividing Square Roots and Solving Equations with Whole Numbers. 1.5 Order of Operations. 1.6 Variables Formulas and Solving Equations. 1.7 Problem Solving and Applications. 2.1 Introduction to Integers. 2.2 Adding Integers. 2.3 Subtracting Integers and Solving Equations. 2.4 Multiplying Dividing and Solving Equations with Integers. 2.5 Order of Operations. 2.6 Applications and Problem Solving. 3.1 Expressions. 3.2 Polynomials. 3.3 Simplifying Polynomials. 3.4 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials. 3.5 Multiplying Polynomials. 3.6 Prime Numbers and GCF. 3.7 Introduction to Factoring. 3.8 Applications and Problem Solving. 4.1 Equations and Their Solutions. 4.2 The Addition/Subtraction Principle. 4.3 The Multiplication/Division Principle. 4.4 Translating Word Sentences to Equations. 4.5 Applications and Problem Solving. 5.1 Fractions Mixed Numbers and Rational Expressions. 5.2 Reducing Fractions and Rational Expressions. 5.3 Multiplying Fractions Mixed Numbers and Rational Expressions. 5.4 Dividing Fractions Mixed Numbers and Rational Expressions. 5.5 Least Common Multiple. 5.6 Adding and Subtracting Fractions Mixed Numbers and Rational Expressions. 5.7 Order of Operations and Evaluating and Simplifying Expressions. 5.8 Solving Equations. 5.9 Decimals and Rational and Irrational Numbers. 6.1 Adding and Subtracting with Decimals and Solving Equations. 6.2 Multiplying Decimals; Exponents with Decimal Bases. 6.3 Dividing and Roots with Decimals. 6.4 Order of Operations. 6.5 Solving Equations and Problem Solving. 7.1 Ratios Probability and Rates. 7.2 Proportions. 7.3 American Measurement. 7.4 Metric Measurement. 7.5 Converting Between the American and Metric Systems. 7.6 Applications and Problem Solving. 8.1 Introduction to Percent. 8.2 Solving Percent Sentences by Direct Translation. 8.3 Solving Percent Sentences by Proportion. 8.4 Solving Percent Problems (Portions). 8.5 Solving Problems Involving Percent of Increase or Decrease. 8.6 Solving Problems Involving Interest. 9.1 Mean Median and Mode. 9.2 Tables Charts and Graphs. 9.3 The Rectangular Coordinate System. 9.4 Graphing Linear Equations. 9.5 Applications with Graphing.
• Required Textbook: PreAlgebra Author: Carson Publisher: Addison Wesley
• Office hours: TBA.
Instructor: Dana Lee Ling.
Email: dleeling@comfsm.fm and dana@mail.fm
Web site: http://www.comfsm.fm/~dleeling/prealgebra/prealgebra.html
Work: 320-2480 extension 228 / Home phone: 320-2962.
• Seven absences results in withdrawal from the course. A late is one third of an absence. Thus any combination of absences and lates that adds to seven will result in withdrawal. For example, twenty-one lates would result in withdrawal.
• No betelnut in class nor on campus except in the cultural huts.
No spitting over the balcony!