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Math 1 Orientation Presentation

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Presentation on Math 1 for Batch 2013 Freshmen Orientation

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  • 1. Mathematics 1 Elementary Algebra
  • 2. What is Math 1 ?
  • 3. Math 1 renews arithmetic concepts and skills and applies them to problem solving . It starts with operations on sets and leads to evaluation and then operations on algebraic expressions . The latter part involves solving word problems involving linear and rational algebraic expressions .
  • 4. Course Outline
  • 5. SETS REAL NUMBER SYSTEMS ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS First Quarter
  • 6. OPEN SENTENCES LINEAR EQUATIONS WORD PROBLEMS Second Quarter
  • 7. LINEAR INEQUALITIES ABSOLUTE VALUES POLYNOMIALS Third Quarter
  • 8. RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS RADICALS Fourth Quarter
  • 9. Requirements
  • 10. Daily Recitation/Participation 15 to 20 Homework and Seatwork 8 to 12 Quizzes 1 Project 3 Long Exams 1 Periodic Exam
  • 11. Grade Components
  • 12.  
  • 13. Grading System
  • 14. No transmutation is done on raw scores. Passing is computed at 60%.
  • 15. RATING EQUIVALENT DESCRIPTION 96 - 100 1.00 Excellent! 90 - 95 1.25 Very Good! 84 - 89 1.50 78 - 83 1.75 Good! 72 - 77 2.00 66 - 71 2.25 Satisfactory! 60 - 65 2.50 55 - 59 2.75 Unsatisfactory 50 - 54 3.00 40 - 49 4.00 Conditional Failure Below 40 5.00 FAIL!
  • 16. Important Things
  • 17. Mathematics is a skill subject. Practice makes perfect.
  • 18. Practice makes perfect. Guided
  • 19. Make Consultation a regular habit.
  • 20. See you on Wednesday!