Mathematics 1090 Spring 2005

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Mathematics 1090
Spring 2005
Instructor. Emmanuel ALLAUD, LCB 112, [email protected]
Text: Mathematical Applications for the management, Life, and Social Sciences, 7th Ed.,
Harshbarger/Reynolds
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Chapter
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Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
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Algebraic concepts
Linear equations and functions
Special functions
Matrices
Inequalitites and linear programming (sections 4.1-4.3)
Exponential and logarithmic functions
Mathematics of finance
Grading Policy. Grades are based on the following: your two best scores on three in-class
exams (≈ 50% ), the final exam (≈ 25% ), and WeBWorK assignments (≈ 25% ). In
particular this means that webwork weighs as much as any exam in the final
grade, so be sure to complete it on time and regularly.
Grading Scale. You will be graded on 100 points. The average of the semester of all
these grades will be used to give you your overall grade as a letter following this scale:
94-100 A
87-93
A80-86
B+
74-79
B
68-73
B62-67
C+
55-61
C
48-54
C42-47
D+
36-41
D
31-35
D0-30
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