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```					                     ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY-MOUNTAIN HOME
Basic Math, CPT 0053
Fall Semester 2009 MW 1:00-2:15
First National Hall F306
Melanie Huber (Campos), Instructor, 508-6274, melanieh@asumh.edu
www.asumh.edu

ASUMH Mission
The mission of ASUMH is to LEAD through educational opportunities.
Lifelong Learning,
Enhanced Quality of Life,
Diverse Experiences

General Education Philosophy

Arkansas State University Mountain Home offers a comprehensive general education
core that challenges students to acquire skills and knowledge that allow them to flourish in
their professional and personal lives. The general education curriculum is designed to give
students the ability to master basic skills in English/communications, mathematics, science,
and social science.

General Education Goals

1. Students will learn basic skills in English/communications, mathematics, social science,
and the sciences.
2. Students will communicate in written and verbal forms.
3. Students will be exposed to diversity issues.
4. Students will use technology for academic and personal purposes.

Textbook(s) and Materials

Bello, I. (2006). Basic college mathematics: a real-world approach second
edition. New York, New York: McGraw Hill.
Textbook is required. Students are expected to bring their textbooks, a three-ring binder and
writing materials to each session.

Course Description
Basic Math is a course designed to provide students with instruction in basic
arithmetical concepts and a smooth transition to Beginning Algebra. Mastery of the concepts
covered in Basic Math will help ensure success in all ensuing mathematics courses.

Course Format
This course is taught in a traditional classroom and is primarily a lecture/discussion
course. Cooperative learning will also be used. Note-taking is highly encouraged.
Point Totals for Basic Math

Homework                      100
Quizzes                        50
Exams                        1000
TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE:       1150

Course Goals
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to
1. Demonstrate the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole
numbers, fractions, and decimals.
2. Demonstrate the ability to solve ratio, proportion, and percent problems.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of pre-algebra.
4. Demonstrate the ability to create and solve application problems requiring
basic arithmetical operations.

Technology Statement
Basic Math has a companion Blackboard website to provide students with class
provided throughout the semester.

Dishonesty in any form, including but not limited to plagiarism, submitting assignments
prepared by others, unauthorized possession of exams, or using unauthorized materials
during exams, may result in the student being dropped from the class with a failing
grade or being suspended from the University. For further information, refer to the
ASUMH Catalog and Student Handbook.

Students with Disabilities
It is the policy of ASUMH to accommodate students with disabilities. The Director of
Student Services is responsible for making arrangements to accommodate students
according to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with
Disabilities Act. Any student with a disability who needs accommodation, for example in
seating placement or in arrangements for examinations, should inform the instructor at
the beginning of the course.

Tobacco Use
As of August 1, 2009, Arkansas State University-Mountain Home is a tobacco-free
campus. All forms of tobacco, including cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, cigars, and
pipes, are prohibited on campus. This includes in buildings, on university property, in
parking lots, and in vehicles on parking lots/streets owned by the university. Thank you
for your cooperation in making ASUMH tobacco free.

Attendance, Make-up Work, Expectations
Students must turn off their cell phones while in class. Class attendance and punctuality
are expected during scheduled times. Basic Math is a pass/fail course. Frequent
absences result in the inability to complete the coursework necessary to pass. Periodic
non-computer tests are given to assess progress.
Successful math students attend class regularly, actively participate, review
frequently, and work carefully. In order to pass this class, you must have a
70% or better.

The tentative schedule of assignments and activities is the minimum pace for students to
follow to ensure completion of the coursework. Students are expected to have
assignments completed and be prepared for tests on the scheduled dates. If a class is
missed, students are required to make up the assignments and expected to keep up with
the tentative schedule. NO LATE WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED MORE THAN ONE WEEK AFTER
THE DUE DATE. Students are expected to regularly check their campus e-mail, Blackboard,
and Campus Connect for important class information.

Tentative Schedule of Assignments- Basic Math CPT 0053                Fall 2009
MW 1:00-2:15

Date          Materials Covered in                Assignments Due/Comments
Class
Monday,          Syllabus, Learning
August 24th      Styles Inventory,
Introductions,
Wednesday,       Intro to calculators,
August 26th      Review of basic
operations, 1.7, 1.8
Monday,          2.1, 2.2, 2.3
August 31st
Wednesday,       2.4, 2.5
September 2nd
Monday,          Labor Day- No classes      Enjoy your day off!
September 7th
Wednesday,                                  Exam #1 2.1-2.5         Fractions and Mixed
September 9th                                                       Numbers
Monday,          3.1, 3.2, 3.3
September 14th
Wednesday,       3.4                        Exam #2       3.1-3.4   Decimals
September 16th
Monday,          4.1, 4.2
September 21st
Wednesday,       4.3                        Exam #3       4.1-4.3    Ratio, Rate, and
September 23rd                                                       Proportion
Monday,          5.1, 5.2, 5.3
September 28th
Wednesday,         5.4, 5.5, 5.6
September 30th
Monday,                                        Exam #4        5.1-5.6     Percent
October 5th
Wednesday,         6.1, 6.2, 6.3
October 7th
Monday,            6.4                         Exam #5        6.1-6.4     Statistics and Graphs
October 12th
Wednesday,         7.1, 7.2, 7.3
October 14th
Monday,            7.4, 7.5, 7.6
October 19th
Wednesday,                                     Exam #6         7.1-7.6     Measurement and the
October 21st                                                               Metric System
Monday,            8.1, 8.2, 8.3
October 26th
Wednesday,         8.4, 8.5
October 28th
Monday,                                        Exam #7        8.1-8.5     Geometry
November 2nd
Wednesday,         9.1, 9.2
November 4th
Monday,            9.3, 9.4
November 9th
Wednesday,                                     Exam #8        9.1-9.4     The Real Numbers
November 11th
Monday,            10.1, 10.2
November 16th
Wednesday,         10.3, 10.4
November 18th
Monday,            Thanksgiving Break!
November 23rd
Wednesday,         Thanksgiving Break!
November 25th
Monday,            10.4, 10.5
November 30th
Wednesday,                                     Exam #9        10.1-10.5       Introduction to
December 2nd                                                                   Algebra
Monday,            Final Prep
December 7th
Wednesday,         Time: 1:00 – 3:00           FINAL EXAM
December 9th
Disclaimer: This tentative schedule of assignments and activities is subject to change.
Students are expected to adapt to any changes.
Final Prep
December 7t h
Wednesday,         Time: 1:00 – 3:00            FINAL EXAM
Decembe r 9th
Disclaimer: This tentative schedule of ass ignments and activities is subject to change.
Students are expected to adapt to any changes.

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