Math 114-004 Spring 2013

We meet Mondays and Wednesdays 6-7:15 pm in SAS 2203.

My office hours are Monday, Wednesday 5-5:45 pm in SAS 3145, and after class in the classroom.

Jessica Wagstaff's office hours are Tuesday, Thursday 12:15-1:15 pm in SAS 3108.

NCSU Math Course Descriptions (Including MA 114)

Syllabus

Seating Chart

Moodle Link

Anonymous Feedback

When Registering for MyMathLab, use your FULL NAME (No nicknames, aliases), the email you use for UNIVERSITY PURPOSES, and register ONLY ONCE!!!!

Student Registration Handout for MyMathLab

MyMathLab

Important Note About The Textbook!!!! Please Read!

Required Text (Hard copy or E-book purchased with MyMathLab access): Finite Mathematics & Its Applications plus MyMathLab/MyStatLab Student Access Code Card (10th Edition) by Larry J. Goldstein, David I. Scheider, and Martha J. Siegel

ISBN #9780321744586

This textbook was chosen by the department in part due to its online component. The online homework is available through MyMathLab. The crucial thing that everyone has to purchase is an Access Code to MyMathLab. Since an Ebook comes as part of the MyMathLab access, a hard copy of the book is not necessary!  

(This means that the info on the bookstore website is misleading!). You can obtain a MyMathLab access code in more than one way:

1. A student can buy a brand new shrink-wrapped book from the NCSU bookstore that should have a MyMathLab access code. A brand new book bought elsewhere may not have a MyMathLab access code.

2. (Cheapest) A student can buy a MyMathLab access code at the bookstore for about $100. (Disclaimer: this price is approximate!). Then a student gets access to the E-book version of the text. I believe this is called the “online access kit” on the NCSU bookstore website.

3. A student can buy a MyMathLab access code as well as a used textbook. This will obviously be more expensive than option 2, but might still be more affordable than option 1 if you prefer to have a hard copy of the book.

 

Lecture Notes

 

Worksheets

 

Tests

 

 

Final

The final exam will be Wednesday, May 1 from 6-9 pm, in our usual classroom. We will have an optional review session the night before, Tuesday April 30, in our usual classroom, from 6-8 pm.