# Mth112 - College Algebra

## Course Contact

• Gary Grohs
• ggrohs@elgin.edu
• D208
• 847.214.7964

## Course outline

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## Resources

 Filename and Description Creator Last Updated Syllabus Outline General syllabus outline for all courses Instructor File Contains chapters to cover and general course information. Ken Beynon 9/2015 Final Exam Review Packet (answers) This is a packet of examples created for the Final Exam Review sessions. Phil Pardun 12/2016 Conics Guide for Exam This is a handout that we use for practice, and that I provide with their exam over conics. The handout allows me to ask questions about characteristics of graphs from equations without “giving away” the shape. Catherine Mouson 2009 Common Graphs to Know This is just a quick summary of the common graphs I expect all 112 students to know before we study transformations. Dan Kernler 2009 Conic Section Summary This is a summary of the graphs of all the conic sections including their key properties. Dan Kernler 2009 Constructing Functions from Real World Data This is a handout to use the TI-84 calculator and its regression capabilities to model data. Mary Ann Tuerk 2009 Introduction to Mathematical Induction This handout includes a casual understanding of induction (dominoes falling), along with a rigorous definition and several examples. Dan Kernler 2004 Graphical Solutions to Problems This is a lab to introrduce the use of graphing calculator and to review concepts from the review chapter. Mary Ann Tuerk 2009 Piecewise-Defined Functions This is a lab to help students grasp the concept of piecewise-defined functions. Mary Ann Tuerk 2009 Graphing Rational Functions A lab to help students identify the key skills expected of them regarding graphs of rational functions. Mary Ann Tuerk 2009

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Last updated: 6/1/2015