Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Notes 

May 29 No ClassIf needed, review:• sec 1.1, prop. of reals, set & interval not., abs. value as a distance • sec 1.2, exponents and radicals, scientific not., rationalize • sec 1.3, algebraic expressions, factoring 
May 30 No ClassIf needed, review:• sec 1.4: operations w/rational expr., rationalize numerator or den., compound fractions • sec 1.5: equations • sec 1.6: complex numbers 
May 31 No ClassIf needed, review:• sec 1.7 & sec 1.12: application problems • sec 1.8 nonlinear inequalities • sec 1.10 linear equations • sec 1.11 solving eqtns & inequalities graphically 
June 1 1^{st} day• sec 1.3 & 1.4: calculus type factoring probs• sec 1.9 distance, midpoints, circles, & relation symmetry • hw 0 Form Assess in WA due 6/10 10am • qz 0 Prereq skills due 6/10 10am 
Weekend Honor's Topic: Pythagorean Theorem Project (1 honor's pt) 
June 5 2^{nd} day• sec 2.1 functions, ways to represent, notation, net change, diff quot.• sec 2.2 functions vs. relations graphically and algebraically, piecewise defined functions • sec. 2.3 reading graphs, increasing, decreasing, local max's and mins's, domain & range, 
June 6 3^{rd} day• A few more topics from 2.2 and 2.4: Difference Quotient, net change, average rate of change• sec. 2.5 (review 1.10) Linear Functions and Models •D2L qz 1 or WA un 1 hw due June 7^{th} 
June 7 4^{th} day• Unit 1 MiniTest sec. 1.3, 1.4, 1.9, 2.1  2.5, 1.10• sec. 2.6 Function Symmetry • sec. 2.6 Transformations 
June 8 5^{th} day• sec. 2.7 Algebraic Combinations of Functions• sec. 2.7 Graphical Combinations of Functions 
Last day: 100% Refund is June 7^{th} Weekend Honor's: Challenging Composition of Functions Project (3 pts) 
June 12 6^{th} day• 2.8 (review 1.2  1.4) 11 Functions, Inverse Functions•D2L qz 2 or WA un 2 hw due June 13^{th} 
June 13 7^{th} day• Unit 2 MiniTest sec. 2.6  2.8• sec. 3.1 Quadratic Functions • sec. 3.2 Polynomial Graphs: end behaviour and # of extrema • sec. 3.2 Polynomial Functions: Behavior Near Zeros, Intermediate Value Theorem, Graphs 
June 14 8^{th} day• sec. 3.7 (& 1.8) Rational and Poly Inequalities• sec. 3.3 Dividing Polynomials, Remainder and Factor Thms • sec. 3.4 Theorems about Zeros of Polynomials • sec. 3.5 Complex Zeros, Fundamental Thm of Algebra, Factored Form 
June 15 9^{th} day• sec. 3.6 Graphs of Rational Equations•d2L qz 3 or WA un 3 hw due June 19^{th} 
Last day: 50% refund and no course shown on transcript is June 14^{th} Weekend Honor's: rational root theorem (1 pt) 
June 19 10^{th} day• Unit 3 MiniTest chpt. 3• review for exam 
June 20 11^{th} day• Exam 1 over Units 1  3 
June 21 12^{th} day• sec. 4.1  4.2 Exponential Functions, Compound Interest, e 
June 22 13^{th} day• sec. 4.3 Logarhmic Fucntions• sec. 4.4 Laws of Logathrims 

June 26 14^{th} day• sec. 4.5 Log Equations• sec. 4.6 Exponential Application Problems • D2L qz 4 or WA un 4 hw due June 27^{th} 
June 27 15^{th} day• Unit 4 MiniTest chpt. 4• sec. 5.1 The Unit Circle, Key Values, and Symmetries • sec. 6.1 Angle Measure, Area of a Wedge 
June 28 16^{th} day• sec. 6.1 Linear/Angular Speed• sec. 5.2 Intro to Trig Functions, Pythagorean Identities 
June 29 17^{th} day• sec. 6.3 More Trig Questions using knowledge from last few sections• sec. 6.2 Right Triangle Trig 
Weekend Honor's: Hyperbolic Functions (2 pts) 
July 3Holdiay Break, no class 
July 4Holdiay Break, no class 
July 5 18^{th} day• sec. 5.3 & 5.4: Basic Graph Shapes• sec. 5.3 Transformed Graphs of Sine and Cosine 
July 6 19^{th} day• sec. 5.3 Special Graphing Cases• sec. 5.4 Transformed Graphs of Other Trig Functions •D2L qz 5 or WA un 5 hw due July 10^{th} 

July 10 20^{th} day• Unit 5 MiniTest sec. 5.1 5.4, 6.1  6.3• sec. 5.5 & 6.4 Inverse Trig Functions 
July 11 21^{st} day• sec. 5.5 & 6.4 Composition of Inverse Trig Functions• Triangle Experiment Activity • sec. 6.5 Law of Sines 
July 12 22^{nd} day• sec. 6.6 Law of Cosines• sec. 7.1 Trig Expressions & Identity Proofs 
July 13 23^{rd} day• sec. 7.2  7.3 Trig Identities•D2L qz 6 or WA un 6 hw due July 17^{th} 
Weekend Honor's:

July 17 24^{th} day• Unit 6 MiniTest sec. 5.5, 6.4  6.6 & 7.1  7.3• Exam 2 Review 
July 18 25^{th} day• Exam 2 over Units 4  6 
July 19 26^{th} day• sec. 7.4 Basic Trig Equations• sec. 7.5 More Trig Equations 
July 20 27^{th} day• sec. 8.1 Polar Coordinates• sec. 8.2 Polar Equations • sec. 8.3 Complex Numbers 
Weekend Honor's:

July 24 28^{th} day• sec. 9.1 Introduction to Vectors 
July 25 29^{th} day• sec. 9.2 Vectors•D2L qz 7 or WA un 7 hw due July 26^{th} 
July 26 30^{th} day• Unit 7 MiniTest sec. 7.4, 7.5, 8.1  8.3, 9.1, & 9.2• sec. 10.1 10.3 Solve Systems of Equations using RREF 
July 27 31^{st} day• sec. 11.1  11.4 Introduction to Conics• sec. 11.1  11.2 Conics 
Weekend Honor's:

July 31 32^{nd} day• sec. 11.3  11.4 Conics• conics activity 
Aug. 1 33^{rd} day• sec. 8.4 Parametric Equations• Build a Face Activity •D2L qz 8 or WA un 8 hw due Aug. 2^{nd} 
Aug. 2 34^{th} day• Unit 8 MiniTest sec. 8.4, 10.1  10.3, & 11.1  11.4• sec. 12.1 Sequences and Series, Properties of Summation • sec. 12.2 Arithmetic Sequences 
Aug. 3 35^{th} day• Finish sec. 12.2• sec. 12.3 Geometric Sequences • sec. 14.1 Begin Counting 
Weekend Honor's:

Aug. 7 36^{th} day• sec. 14.1 Finish Counting• Binomial Template Act • sec. 12.6 Begin Binomial Theorem and Pascal's Triangle 
Aug. 8 37^{th} day• sec. 12.6 Finish Binomial Theorem and Pascal's Triangle• sec. 14.3 Binomial Counting Problems •D2L qz 9 or WA un 9 hw due Aug. 9^{th} 
Aug. 9 38^{th} day• Unit 9 MiniTest sec. 12.1  12.3,`12.6, 14.1, 14.3• Exam 3 Review 
Aug. 10 39^{th} dayExam 3 over units 7  9 
Makeup Exam Week* *See the Concourse Syllabus for what you are required to do before being allowed to take a makeup exam or test. Last Day to drop with a W in Banner is Aug. 8^{th} 
Aug. 14 40^{th} day• Final Exam Review Day 
Aug. 15 41^{st} day•Comprehensive Final Exam 
Aug. 16No class. Grading day for your instructor. 
Aug. 17Grades will be posted in D2L. 
Relax and enjoy the rest of your summer! 
Make sure you are on time for all classes. If you must miss a class, go online to see what we did and submit any work that was due that day. Missing a class is not an excuse to miss assignments. It is also not an excuse to not keep up with the material. It will be up to you to read and study what was missed.
For most lecture days there is a daily skills assignments that you write up by hand and turn in at the beginning of the next class. If you miss a class, you need to turn in the assignment electronically through D2L so you can get feedback and full credit. Most of the time, you will need to respond to feedback before getting full credit, but as long as you make your first attempt on time, turn in corrections each day until you get full credit, and you get the assignment correct before the corresponding minitest, you will get full credit.
Also on most lecture days, there will be some in class problems or projects to do that are designed to either help you discover a mathematical concept or begin to practice a skill that we just discussed. It is much easier to get full credit on these activities in class so you can receive help. If you miss a class you still need to do the in class activity on the same day that we did it in class and send it to me electronically through D2L.
Instructor Availability Outside of ClassOffice Hours:Location: classroom Tutoring Hours:Monday  Thursday: 2  6PM Email:Please use D2L email. 

More details about what we did on any given day will be posted in D2L as we work our way through the course. Check for any announcements that I may have posted after class and check for revised agendas in D2L. You will also find grades posted in D2L. You can also use the grade form below to keep track of your grades. Compare your records to the ones I post in D2L and let me know if something doesn't seem correct. 
There are 3 exams and you are allowed 1 makeup exam to replace a low score or make up for a missed exam. Make sure all of the corresponding WebAssign graded homework or your D2L quizzes are completely correct (100% credit) before requesting a makeup exam. There are 9 minitests (tests designed to be taken in 20  30 minutes). You may makeup up to 2 of them if you missed them or are unhappy with your scores. Again make sure you have all corresponding graded homework/quizzes done before making this request.
If you would like to earn an H on your transcript and you earn at least a 3.0 in the course, you need to do at least 15 points worth of honor's projects. The points may also be used as extra credit points. Additionally, you will get the opportunity to earn extra credit points on exam days for exams 1, 2, and 3 by taking the exams on time and then working with your classmates to discuss problems with each other and retake the exam. 