- Watch videos in the course hub for Lesson 4.
- Work on the slides posted along with the calculator to practice it.
- Do the last slide example 4.8 as an assignment by taking screenshots of your calculator as you are working.
- Save the screenshots as only one pdf and share it here.
- You can work in groups and post only one per group.
As we have discussed in class we will create groups that will function throughout the semester. You can choose which group you want to be part of. After introducing yourself and share your majors and other common strengths and weaknesses, you may be aware of who you want to work with. Remember, our diversity is our best strength. As groupmates, you will choose a leader that will communicate directly and deliver some of the instructions from the Professor. Also, the leader will be monitoring meetings and communications. Once the groups are created, you will vote for the leader.
As a group, you will help out each other to stay on track for doing the assignments, reviewing, do the group discussions about any issues that anyone is facing, practice for exams, working on technology matters especially navigating course sites, submitting the assessments, and assignments appropriately, responding to the Professors’ instructions adequately and appropriately, using TI 84 calculator, etc. I hope that choosing who to work with and share what matters will give you some ownership and sense of belonging.
Another important task that you will be working together is the group research-based project. As you know from the syllabus that will be a STEM application and it will weigh 10% of your final grade. You will be given ten topics that I will select from the course and you will choose one to work with your group. Each group must have a different topic from others. So there will be seven groups of 5 students and ten topics to choose from. Hurry up to choose your favorite before it is taken!!
Setting up the groups Mat 1375 OL92
|4||Jacob Abou Galala|
|2||Frederick Miguel De Leon|
|3||Md Arifuzzaman Rifat|
Hi Everyone, My name is Arifuzzaman Rifat. I am a transfer student, and this is my first semester at City tech. It is a pleasure for me to be with this class. My major is Computer System Technology. I loved doing math since I was a kid. Math amazes me. The main reason I like math is it does not require much memorization and it is more about thinking analytically and logically. This pre-calc class is important for me as coding requires me to be skilled at math. I believe this class will provide me a deeper understanding of basic mathematical skills.