Assignments

Assignments are intended to be a learning activity and should be attempted on a class-to-class basis.  Before the sections are covered in class, the sections in the book should be read. After class, the assignments should be attempted. The assigned date is the date the material is covered in class.

After the assignment is completed, students should review earlier exercises for review and solidification. You will have about two class sessions before the due date. Review exercises in the book.

If more time is needed to complete the assignments, please email the instructor before the due date and indicate the assignment number and the amount of time needed.

There are 31 assignments and you will be allowed to miss two. Each assignment has a value of 5 points.

Mastery of the assignment may not occur when you complete the assignment, but extra problems, in the book, should be done to completely master the topic. Check the book for additional problems.

Time will be set aside at the beginning of each class to answer questions from the assignment. Write your question(s) on a 3 inch by 5 inch card and turn in at the beginning of class.

All the assignments are on the internet using MyLabMath: www.pearson.com/mylab. The access code can be obtained when the book is purchased or purchased online.
The name of the course is: Math 114 - Fall 2019
The course ID is: tsuji38969

If you used this book and MyLabMath, you do not have to purchase a new access code. Please check this page. If you have trouble with this software, use the tech help associated with the Person company.

Information about how to register:  MyLabMath.
If you do not have the code, you can enroll and will be granted a 14 day temporary access.
Temporary access (trial period almost over) to full access.

Each assignment will be worth 5 points.

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