Math 144 Analytic Trigonometry
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE COURSE THAT ARE OUTLINED IN THIS SYLLABUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO ANY INSTITUTIONAL CHANGES THAT MAY OCCUR DUE TO COVID-19.
The primary purpose of Trigonometry is to improve your skills and competency in trigonometry to prepare you for calculus. Another goal is to help you develop your mathematical learning skills so that you will be more confident in future mathematical courses.
After completing Math 144, the student should be able to do the following without the use of a calculator:
- Understand the right triangle definitions of the trigonometric functions
- Understand the unit circle definitions of the trigonometric functions
- Evaluate trigonometric functions of angles belonging to the pi over 3, pi over 4, and pi over 6 families
- Sketch the graph of functions of the form y=A sin (Bx + C) + D and y = A cos (Bx + C) + D
- Understand the graph of the tangent function and its properties
- Understand the graph of the cosecant and secant functions and their properties
- Understand the graphs of the inverse sine function, inverse cosine function, and inverse tangent function
- Evaluate expressions involving inverse trigonometric functions
- Verify trigonometric identities
- Solve trigonometric equations
This is an online course. Every student must have a working computer, webcam, and a fast internet
MATH 144 Summer 2021 COURSE NOTEBOOK: Fill out every page of the notebook by working through
the eText, watching videos, animations, etc. Filling out the course notebook will give students the
best possible chance at success in this course!!
MyLabsPlus Access: All students must opt in through Inclusive Access (IA) through BBLearn. Your
instructor will email you directions as to how to access the courseware through BBLearn during the Zoom
• This course will cover three chapters (Ch 1, Ch 2, and Ch 3). There will be one test after the completion of each chapter (see the Notebook Table of Contents for a list of sections covered) for a total of three tests throughout the semester. Each test is worth 100 points.
• There are a total of 15 homework assignments. Before starting many homework assignments, you will be required to earn a certain score on a practice test. Make sure that you leave yourself enough time to take the practice test before you start each homework assignment. Your total homework percent score will be computed at the end of the semester. Your total homework score is worth 100 points. This overall Homework score can be used to replace one of your three test scores.
• The tests are cumulative. Each test will cover material from the entire semester leading up to the test. Therefore, test 3 will cover the entire semester. For more information about tests, see the section titled TEST PROCEDURES BELOW.
• Calculators are not allowed during tests.
Four grades will be used to calculate your final course grade – Homework Average, Test 1, Test 2, and Test 3. The three highest scores will be counted for a total of 300 points.
Your course grade will be based on the total number of points (out of 300) that you have earned as follows:
270 points guarantees an A
240 points guarantees a B
210 points guarantees a C
180 points guarantees a D
Note: Calculators will NOT BE ALLOWED during any exams in this course.
- All tests are password protected and will be proctored by your instructor over Zoom.
- The student must show their Student ID card to the proctor before taking an.
- Tests can be taken anytime that you feel you are ready. Tests CANNOT be taken after the deadline. The deadline for each test is outlined below:
- Test 1 May 28 by 5:00 PM Pacific Time
- Test 2 June 11 by 5:00 PM Pacific Time
- Test 3 June 25 by 5:00 PM Pacific Time
- It is strongly recommended that each student schedule tests with the instructor as soon as possible.
- NO CALCULATORS of any kind are allowed during tests.
- NO NOTES of any kind are allowed during tests, although a sheet of formulas will be provided during Test 3.
- NO DEVICES which are capable of transmitting or receiving data, including but not limited to watches, phones, tablets, iPods, and calculators, may be on your person during the exam. Any such items are expected to be left at home or in a secured place outside of the testing area. Failure to do so will result in a zero on the exam and possibly a failing grade for the course.
- Students must earn at least a 60% on the corresponding practice test before the first version of the test will become available.
- The due dates for the homework and the tests are stated in this notebook. These due dates will not change and there will be NO EXTENSIONS except for reasons recognized by the University.
- Make up work for assignments missed because of absence will not be allowed unless an arrangement with the instructor is made prior to the absence, or in cases of medical or family emergency, in which case documentation of the emergency will be required. Documentation must be provided within two business days of the assignment’s due date, not to exceed the last day for taking Exam 3 based on the term in which you are enrolled. The term-specific schedule(s) is/are listed in notebook. Bring appropriate documentation to your instructor during posted office hours. These hours will be announced during the class orientation and/or will be emailed to your university email account.
- If ongoing illness or other circumstances fitting the catalog definition of an excused absence prevent you from bringing documentation for your absence within two business days, then each additional delay must also be documented and the documentation for the delay must be presented with the documentation for the original absence. (See University Catalog under General Requirements and Academic Procedures, section M for details about absences.)
- If an extension is granted, the length of the extension will be determined by the number of days listed on the documentation.
Announcements about the course, special sessions, changes in schedules or procedures, and so forth, will be sent to your university e-mail account. You are expected to check your University e-mail regularly. Every student must attend a mandatory orientation session at a time announced via email which will be sent to your university email account.
All emails must be sent to your instructor using your UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO email account. Emails sent using any other email account will not be read.
All emails must follow standard grammar and punctuation rules. Any email which fails to adhere to these standards will be returned to you for revision. Emails should also follow basic email etiquette. Any emails that violate the student code of conduct regarding respect of others will be sent to the Dean of Students as appropriate.
While we implement the principles of Universal Design to reach as many students as possible, students with learning differences and/or disabilities needing accommodations to fully participate in the class should contact Center for Disability Access and Resources (CDAR) at the following:
Students are expected to maintain Academic Honesty in all their work. Collaboration is encouraged on homework assignments. All tests are considered individual work and must be completed without unauthorized assistance of any kind, including the help of other students, tutors, notes, or calculators. All test materials and scratch paper are to be turned in with the test paper and attempting to bring test work out of the testing area and/or share that work with other students is considered cheating.
The University of Idaho has defined acceptable behavior in the Student Code of Conduct Article II.A-1 – Academic Dishonesty [rev. 7-98, 7-05, 7-14, ed. 7-09]. The following summarizes relevant points related to your math course:
- Because academic honesty and integrity are core values at a university, the faculty finds that even one incident of academic dishonesty may merit expulsion.
- Cheating on tests is a violation of this code.
- Plagiarism, falsification of academic records, falsification of records and the acquisition or use of test materials without faculty authorization are considered forms of academic dishonesty and, as such, are violations of this code.
- Instructors and students are responsible for maintaining academic standards and integrity in their classes. Consequences for academic dishonesty may be imposed by the course instructor. Such consequences may include but cannot exceed a grade of "F" in the course.
(The full text of the Student Code of Conduct may be found at http://www.uidaho.edu/DOS/judicialaffairs/studentcodeofconduct/Student Code of Conduct )
Summer 2021: Math 144-01 & 144-02
May 17 - June 25, 2021
June 28 - August 6, 2021
|Section 1.1 and Section 1.3||Tues May 18||Tues June 29|
|Section 1.4||Wed May 19||Wed June 30|
|Section 1.5||Thurs May 20||Thurs July 1|
|Section 1.6||Fri May 21||Fri July 2|
||Tues May 25||Tues July 6|
|Test 1||Fri May 28||Fri July 9|
|Section 2.1B||Tues June 1||Tues July 13|
|Section 2.2||Wed June 2||Wed July 14|
|Section 2.3||Thurs June 3||Thurs July 15|
|Section 2.4||Mon June 7||Mon July 19|
|Section 2.5||Tues June 8||Tues July 20|
|Test 2||Fri June 11||Fri July 23|
|Section 3.1||Tues June 15||Tues July 27|
|Section 3.2||Wed June 16||Wed July 28|
|Section 3.3||Thurs June 17||Thurs July 29|
|Section 3.5||Tues June 22||Tues Aug 3|
|Test 3||Fri June 25||Fri Aug 6|
The due dates above will NOT be changed. It is the responsibility of the student to adhere to these deadlines and to take responsibility to make sure that these deadlines are met.
Note: Students may finish this course early by completing all assignments and tests. There is no limit to how fast a student can finish this course.
The best way to be successful in this course is to fill out every page of this notebook. Fill out each page of this notebook by carefully reading the eText and by watching videos and animations before attempting the corresponding homework problems.