# Elementary Algebra- MATD 0370 Alternate Assignment

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Elementary Algebra- MATD 0370
Alternate Assignment Sheet from Textbook VS. MML
Elementary Algebra, Concepts and Applications, 8th Edition, by Bittinger & Ellenbogen

Chapter/   Problem                                                                                   Due
Section:   Numbers:                                                                                  Dates:
Pretest    Homework located at the end of Basic Skills Review handout                                2nd
Review                                                                                               class
1.1        13-29 odd, 31-38, 39, 42, 47, 49, 53, 55-69 odd
1.2        11-43 odd, 47-87 odd, 91, 92
1.4        19-73 odd, 75-80 all, 83, 84
1.8        3-97 odd (25 on show steps), 101
4.1        9-97 odd, 91-96 (for 23, 27, 41 write in exp. notation)
4.8        5-79 odd, 81-113 odd
2.1        7-77 odd, 81-84
2.2        7-83 odd 87-90
2.3        1-29 odd, 33-43 odd 55-60
2.4        11-65 odd, 94-98
2.6        9-97 odd, 103-108
2.5        1-51 odd all 5 steps shown, 57-64
1.1-2.6,   Test 1 in Our Testing Center, see calendar for dates!
3.1        21, 23, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, all problems done on graph paper, 41-51, 55-60
3.2        7, 9, 11, 21-27 odd, 33, 35, (graphs on graph paper) 61-68, plus class handout
3.3        7-13 odd (no need to copy problem), 21-75 odd (you may use notebook paper for
graphs for this section, just sketches with only 2 points), 71-75 (do sketch original
problems on notebook paper) , 79-82
3.4        7-17 odd, 29-37 odd 47-54
3.5        17-67 odd 73-76
3.6        7-41 odd, 47-61 odd, (all lines on separate graphs using slope and intercept,
on graph paper with 3 points shown), 63-67 odd, 71-76
3.7        27-37 odd, 65-71, 39 use graph paper, 75-80
4.2        9-67 odd, 79-84
4.3        5-67 odd, 77-82
4.4        7-69 odd, 73-78
4.5        5-95 odd, 105-110
4.6        9, 11, 17, 19-73 odd, 77, 85-90
4.7        1-15 odd, 41-48
1.1-4.7    Test 2 in PIN Testing Center, see calendar for dates!
5.1        9-61 odd, 65-72
5.2        7-61 odd, 65-70
5.3        5-77 odd, 81-90
5.4        11-91 odd, 95-100
5.5        5-75 odd, 79-86
5.6        21-63 odd, 70-72
5.7        1- 17, odd, 27, 28, 29- 37 odd Extra Credit 53
1.1-5.7    Test 3 in PIN Testing Center, see calendar for dates!
6.1        7-15 odd, 25-55 odd ( no need to check by evaluating) 59-64
6.2        15-31 odd, 43-65 odd 69-74
6.3        5-33 odd, 37-61 odd, 67-72
6.4           5-29 odd, 75-80
6.6           5-35 odd, 39-45 odd
6.7           13, 15, 17, 19, 19-27 odd, 37, 43 55-60
7.1           5-39 odd, (all pairs of equations graphed on graph paper) 49-54
7.2           5-35 odd, 43, 45, 57-62
7.3           5-37 odd, 41, 43, 45
7.4           1- 23 odd, 28, 37-42
1.1-7.4       Test 4 in PIN Testing Center, see calendar for dates!
Short dates due to Thanksgiving! Go early!
8.1           11-51 odd
8.2           11-65 odd
9.1           5-23 odd, 35, 45-52
9.3           5-61odd, 71-76
Final Review due

Instructions for Quizzes, Class work & Homework throughout the semester

1.   Include your first and last name on top of each page.
2.   On the first page for each section include; class days, class beginning time, CW or HW followed
by the section being completed and the assigned problems or Quiz + description.

3.   All turned in work is to be done in pencil. Box or circle your final answer.
4.   You must show steps to problems. If there are no steps to show (as is the case quite a bit in the
beginning), you must copy the original problem. Just having the answers is unacceptable, unless
you are working on MyMathLab homework. For MyMathLab HW you must show steps on
paper when there is more than one step, which is usually the case with most of the problems after
1.4. MML Quizzes you must copy problems and show steps or print and show steps and answers
on paper as well as on the computer.

5.   All word problems must have word answers with units. When writing equations to solve word
problems you must identify the unknowns (i.e. x = # of feet).

6.   All graphing in two dimensions is to be done on graph paper. Students using MyMathLab must
also do graphing on graph paper and turn in to me.

7.   You should check your answers in the back of the book or the solutions manual when you
complete a section, try to correct those problems. Note problems still missed. Ask about those
problems in office hours or the learning lab. Too many missed problems are unacceptable. (Online
scroll down to answers from your book at the end of the list.)

Failure to follow these instructions will result in unacceptable homework. Either unacceptable or
failure to turn an assignment in on time both result in a 0.

Example turned in alternate HW from textbook.
John Doe
TH 9:10
HW 2.1-2.2
Section 2.1/ 1-12, 19-69 odd
1] x + 5 = 10
-5 -5
x=5

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