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TextbookCollege Algebra and Calculus An Applied Approach by Larson and Hodgkins, Second Ed. with Math Study Skills by Nolting, Fourth Ed. (custom)
Online Homework Information
This course requires Enhanced WebAssign (EWA) for online homework which comes with an ebook version of our textbook. The semester begins with a 14-day free trial, so everyone will have access to both the online homework and the ebook at the beginning of the semester. Since Math 119 and Math 125 are now using a combined textbook, one EWA Access Code will work for both courses. The EWA code you purchase this semester for Math 119 (College Algebra) will automatically transfer to your Math 125 (Basic Calculus) course when you take it in a future semester (provided that we are still using the same edition of the textbook).
- EWA access codes can be purchased at either the campus bookstore or http://go.cengage.com/coursepage/UTKMath here.
- EWA access codes may also be purchased directly from WebAssign during the free trial period.
- A bundle option (printed textbook with EWA code and ebook) sold at either the campus bookstore or http://go.cengage.com/coursepage/UTKMath here.
- You may also be able to find the required course materials from an off campus bookstore or other online site, however, we suggest you compare prices before you purchase. If you want a printed textbook, the campus bundle options are usually less expensive than buying a used textbook and EWA access code separately from outside sources.
**NOTE: If you order a printed textbook bundle from http://go.cengage.com/coursepage/UTKMath the product (textbook and EWA access code) will be physically mailed to you.
A review of algebraic functions, equations, and inequalities for students who satisfy the course prerequisites for 123 or 125 but whose placement test scores indicated additional preparation is necessary.
Math 119 is a review of algebraic functions, equations, and inequalities for students who satisfy the course prerequisites for 123 or 125 but whose placement test score indicated additional preparation is necessary. Prerequisite: satisfactory placement test score or Math 100. Students who receive a grade of C or better in any course numbered 123 or higher (except for 201 or 202) may not subsequently receive credit for 119. Math 119 does not satisfy the Quantitative Reasoning requirement. 3 credit hours; A, B, C, No Credit grading only.
Spring 2016 Syllabus Information
- Online@UT (Blackboard) To login you need your netid and password.
- Math Tutorial Center
- CalcChat.com -- On-line Solutions Manual for odd problems
- Math Department Home Page
- Textbook Website
- Common Final from Fall 2014
- Common Final from Spring 2014
- Please note that the common final is recreated each semester and covers the objectives listed on that semester's departmental syllabus.
- Answers to Self Diagnostic Test
Instructor's Org. Site To login you need your netid and password.