Math 122-206
Spring 2006
Tuesday Thursday 2:00-3:15 SH 514
Mrs. Hamilton "office" SH 746 696-3043 696-7166
email Hamilton@
Office hours:  by appointment

Course Description: A study of the trigonometric functions, graphs of the trigonometric functions, identities, equations, inverse trigonometric functions, vectors, complex numbers, and applications.

Text: Analytic Trigonometry with Applications - Barnett, Ziegler, Byleen
Graphing calculator:  I will use the TI-83 plus in class.

Chapters 1-7
Test I Chapters 1,2 (about the 4th week  )  100 pts
Test II Chapters 3,4 (about the 8th week ) 100 pts
Test III Chapters 5,6 (about the 13th week ) 100 pts
quizzes/attendance 100 pts
Homework assigned problems   
FINAL EXAM (including ch 7) 12:45 - 2:45 Tuesday May  4th 200 pts
Total 600 pts
A 540-600
B 480-539
C 420-479
D 360-419

Homework should be kept up regularly since quizzes are taken from homework problems. Make up exams may be given only if the instructor feels the reason for the absence makes the absence absolutely necessary.  Make up exams will be more difficult than regular exams. Unexcused absence from a regular exam will result in 0 for that exam. Unexcused absence from the final will result in F for the course.  Instructor reserves the right to check validity of excuses.

March 6, Monday Freshmen Mid Term D/F Grades
March 17, Friday Last Day to Drop a Full Semester Individual Course

May 9, Tuesday, 4 p.m.
Deadline for Submitting Final Set of Grades

CRN 3176 MTH 122 section 206

Updated Jan 11, 2006
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