MAT 123-FALL 2008
Course coordinator: Bill Bernhard (email@example.com)
The schedule of lectures and recitations with instructor names can be found under MAT 123 at http://www.math.sunysb.edu/schedules/currentsem.html. Please consult your lecturer and TA for his/her office hours.
Required materials: PRECALCULUS ESSENTIALS-second edition by Blitzer and MAT 123 CALCULUS SUPPLEMENT.*Calculators will not be permitted on quizzes or exams this semester.
Grading and Syllabus:
Exam #1 (20%) on
2. Exam #2 (20%) on Tuesday,
3. Final Exam (40%) on Friday,
4. Quizzes (10%) There will be a short quiz based on your homework every other week in recitation. Those without recitation, consult your ELC instructor for more information.
5. Recitation Participation (10%) Attending recitation with your homework is considered mandatory! Here are the homework problems for the course.
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