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					                                     Math 30 Geometry
                                          Fall 2007
Instructor: Susan Nack           Office: Room 419-013                Phone: 992-7122
Final Exam Wed 12/19: 9:00 am – 10:50 am
Office Hours: Mon/Wed: 8:30 – 8:50 am, Mon: 2:00 – 3:50 pm;


email: fcnack@yahoo.com or snack@fullcoll.edu
webpage: http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/snack


Course Materials:

Text: Elementary Geometry for College Students, 4th Edition, Alexander
/Koeberlein,Houghton Mifflin, 2007.
Interactive Student Study Guide
Textbook Online Website:
http://college.hmco.com/mathematics/alexander/elementary_geometry/4e/student_home.html
Supplies: Protractor, Compass, Ruler, Scientific Calculator
Note: Textbooks and calculators are available in the LLRC on 2-hour reserve.
Course Description

This course is an introduction to Euclidian geometry. It includes theorems and proofs,
sets, congruent and similar polygons, circles, geometric constructions, areas, volumes,
geometric loci, elementary logic, and deductive reasoning.

Prerequisite: MATH 020 F Elementary Algebra with a grade of “C” or better or math skills
clearance.

.   Class Structure: Each 2 hour class will be divided as follows:

    1. Course Announcements: 5 minutes: It is important to attend all classes and to be
       on time. Students are responsible for any information given at the start of class.
    2. Homework Review: 35 minutes. Students should anticipate 6 - 8 hours of
       homework per week
    3. Break: There will be a 10-minute break.
    4. New Material: New material will be presented using lecture, worksheets, and group
       learning. Homework is due on the sections covered in class.
On Exam Days: Class will start with class announcements and up to a 30 minute Test
Review “Question and Answer Session”. The exam will take the remainder of the class.
No notes are allowed unless provided by the teacher.


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                                      Math 30 Geometry
                                          Fall 2007
   Class Preparation
   Assignments:
          Homework (50 points): Homework is assigned daily. It is designed to prepare
           you for your quizzes and exams. You are encouraged to work together on the
           homework. Homework will be graded on a scale from 0 to 2. In order to receive
           2 points, EVERY problem must be attempted. Your top 25 homeworks will be
           counted.
          Tests (500 points): There are 4 tests, and a Final Exam. THERE WILL BE NO
           MAKE UPS. You must receive at least 60% on the final to pass the course. If
           your Final Exam is higher than your lowest test score, it will also be substituted
           for that grade.
          Math Lab Requirement is one hour per week for a total of 15 hours. The Math
           Lab is located in the rear of the library building on the first floor. If you fail to
           complete your 15 hours by the end of the semester, two points will be deducted
           from your points earned for each missing hour.
       Note: Additional help is available in the Student Services Center and in the Disabled
       Students Center. Proof of this tutoring will fulfill the Math Lab requirement.

                                        Grade Standards

   Grades are based on the percentage of points earned divided by the total points
   possible. as follows:
   A: 90%+ B: 80%         C: 70%     D: 60% F:-69=0%
   Grades online at: http://sc.webgrade.classmanager.com/FullertonColl/

   Login and password will be given to you by the teacher

   Always keep your graded assignments for your protection until your final grade is
   posted

      ADA Statement
      Fullerton College is committed to providing educational accommodations for
      students with disabilities upon the timely request by the student to the instructor.
      Verification of the disability must also be provided. Disability Support Services
      functions as a resource for students and faculty in the determination and provision of
      the accommodations.




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                                     Math 30 Geometry
                                         Fall 2007
   Grounds for Dismissal from Class
   Attendance: If you miss 4 classes or 8 hours of class you may be dropped. Please
   inform me by phone or email if an exceptional situation prevents you from attending
   class or forces you to leave class early. If the instructor is not present at the beginning
   of class, students are to wait 15 minutes.


   Academic Integrity: Please read the Academic Integrity policy in the Fullerton College
   Catalogue. Your work is to be your own. Cheating will not be tolerated. The
   instructor will document any violations and evaluate the severity of the infraction(s)
   throughout the term. The teacher is under no obligation to warn the student that they
   are under suspicion. On the discretion of the instructor, you may have points deducted
   up to the value of the assignment, expulsion from the course or an earned grade of F.
   Students will be informed after the final drop date and be allowed to examine the
   evidence. In all confirmed cases, a report will be filed with the student’s permanent
   student record. Signing the GRADE POLICY SHEET confirms that you are aware of
   this policy.


   Class Participation: Under Title 5 California Administrative Code, Section 58004: A
   student may be dropped if no longer participating in the course.
   "No longer participating includes but is not limited to excessive absences."
   Participation is defined as:
   Arrive on time to class and stay the entire class period.
   Complete all assignments
   Bring all of the materials necessary for that class.
   Contribute to group activities.
   Take all assigned quizzes and exams.
   Contribute to class discussions.
        Note that participation does not relate to the grade you are getting.


: Communication:
   Phone: Be sure to leave your name and phone number at the beginning of the
   message. I will return your call as soon as possible. If you need to drop this class, it is
   YOUR responsibility to complete the necessary steps -- DO NOT ASSUME YOU
   HAVE BEEN DROPPED FROM THE CLASS




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                                          Math 30 Geometry
                                              Fall 2007
                                      Tentative Class Schedule

           Date       Class        Homework (Chapter Tests are at the end of each
                      Topics       Chapter)
           8/20 1.    1.1          1-49 odd (omit Venn Diagrams)
           8/22 2     1.2 - 1.3    1.2:1 -15,19,24,27,33-47 odd; 1.3: 1 - 35 odd
           8/27 3     1.4 – 1.5    1.4: 1 – 37 odd
           8/29 4     1.5 – 1.6    1.5: 1 - 31 odd               1.6: 1 – 19 odd
           9/03       LABOR        NO SCHOOL
                      DAY
           9/05 5     1.6 - 1.7    1.7:   1 - 25 odd                 Chapter 1 Test
           9/10 6     2.1 - 2.2    2.1:   1 – 25 odd, 31,33          2.2: 1 – 23 odd
           9/12 7     2.3 - 2.4    2.3:   1 – 35 odd;                2.4: 7 – 45 odd
           9/17 8     2.5          2.5:   1 – 33 odd      Chapter 2 Test: omit 10,11
           9/19 9.    TEST 1
           9/24 10    3.1 – 3.2    3.1: 1 – 35 odd                 3.2: 1 – 35 odd
           9/26 11    3.3 – 3.4    3.3: 1 – 37 odd              3.4: 1 – 29 odd; 37
           10/01 12   3.5 , 4.1    3.5: 1 – 27 odd, 31, 33, 35 4.1: 3 – 11 odd, 19 – 23
           10/03 13   4.2 - 4.3    4.2: 5 – 23 odd, 29, 31 4.3: 1 – 19 odd, 23, 33, 37
           10/08 14   4.4          4.4: 1 - 39 odd                   Chapter 4 Test
           10/10 15   TEST 2
           10/15 16   5.1 - 5.2    5.1: 1 – 33 odd                     5.2: 3 – 33 odd
           10/17 17   5.3          5.3: 1 – 15 odd,19 – 31 odd
           10/22 18   5.4 - 5.5    5.4: 1 – 31 odd, 37                 5.5: 1 – 33 odd
           10/24 19   5.6          5.6: 1 – 29 odd                     Chapter 5 Test
           10/29 20   6.1 - 6.2    6.1: 1 – 33 odd                     6.2: 1 – 33 odd
           10/31 21   6.3          6.3: 1 – 31 odd
           11/05 22   6.4 - 6.5    6.4: 11,12 ,13 (no inequalities)      6.5: 1 – 37 odd
           11/07 23   6.6          6.6: 1 – 37 odd                    Chapter 6 Test
           11/12      VETERAN’S NO SCHOOL
                      DAY
           11/14 24   TEST 3
           11/19 25   7.1 – 7.2    7.1:   7 – 37 odd, 41     7.2: 1 – 23 odd, 25 – 39 odd
           11/21 26   7.3 – 7.4    7.3:   5 – 33 odd                   7.4: 3 – 41 odd
           11/26 27   7.5 - 8.1    7.5:   1 – 37 odd, omit 23 8.1: 1 – 29 odd; 33,35,37
           11/28 28   8.2 - 8.3    8.2:   1 – 35 odd           8.3: 1 – 23 odd, 31, 33, 39
           12/03 29   8.4          8.4:   1 – 23 odd, 31,35,43       Chapter Tests 7 & 8
           12/05 30   Test 4
           12/10 31   Final Exam
                      Review
           12/ 19     Final Exam   9:00 am – 10:50 am



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