Schedule of Topics and Events:  (subject to change) 
Week#1  Introduction and Pretest; The Real Number System  Text Ch1,
Sec2.1,2,3 &parts of 10.1,2,&3 
Web Module#1 
Week#2  Cartesian Coordinates; Lines and Conic Sections 

Week#3  Relations and Functions; Function Notation; Domain, Range, and Graph  Text
Sec2.4,5,6&4.1 
Web Module#2 
Week#4  Composite Functions and Inverse Functions  
Week#5  Linear and Quadratic Functions, Polynomial Functions  Text Ch3  Web Module#3 
Week#6  Rational Functions and Asymptotes; MidTerm#1 

Week#7  Radicals and Algebraic Functions; Introduction to Exponential
Functions 
Text
Ch4 
Web Module#4 
Week#8  Logarithms and Exponential & Logarithmic Equations with
applications 

Week#9  Geometry Review; Introduction to Trig ratios and Basic
Applications 
Text
sec5.1,2,7 and sec7.1&7.2 
Web Module#5 
Week#10  More Trig Applications; Law of Cosines, Law of Sines  
Week#11  Introduction to Circular Functions and Trig Identities;
MidTerm#2 
Text
sec 5.3,4,5,6 and all of Ch6 

Week#12  Trigonometric Equations and Inequalities, Inverse Trig Functions  
Week#13  Review  Mock Final 
Web Module#6 
Week#14  Study Day and EXAMS 
(*)Subject to departmental policy ( see http://www.langara.bc.ca/mathstats/policies.htm#grades),
the grades for the course will be computed as follows:40% for a comprehensive 2hr final exam (on a date to be scheduled by the college administration. You will have to be available at whatever time is scheduled  see college policy statement in calendar for details)
60% for term work  distributed as follows:
20%(of overall mark) for each of two 1hr midterms (tentative dates Th Oct 15, Tu Nov 17)
and 20% for Homework, Labs, and Quizzes, etc (Expect 6 biweekly HW sets worth about 2% each. The rest will come from a combination of occasional labs, quizzes, and inclass exercises or online discussions)