CRN: 71007

Credits : 4

This course in technical mathematics covers topics in algebra and geometry. Topics include: functions and their graphs, trigonometry, base conversion, logarithms, and binary sequences. A brief review of numbers and basic algebra will lead to a further and more detailed exploration of the aforementioned topics.

Goals and Objectives
  • To develop the mathematical foundation necessary for continued study in the field of telecommunications.
  • To understand the role played by the order of operations and several formulas in simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations.
  • To learn how to use base conversions for different numeration systems.
  • To apply the appropriate technique for solving various classes of algebraic equations.
  • To identify, graph and perform calculations with various types of functions (polynomial, trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential).
  • To incorporate practical applications of fundamental geometric and trigonometric concepts into everyday working knowledge.
  • To experiment with various software aids (such as Microsoft Excel) in solving problems.
  • To visualize concepts and reflect on their meaning.
  • To approach problems in a systematic, logical way, with enhanced critical thinking abilities.
  • To seek personal relevance and application of the acquired knowledge.

  • TS090C  Academic Skills Seminar

    Course Materials

    Course Topics
    Chapters 1 & 2: Review of the Decimal Numeration System; Powers of Ten   Week 1 Final Quiz  
    Chapters 2 & 3: Units and Prefixes   Week 2 Final Quiz  
    Chapter 24: Computer Number Systems  Week 3 Final Quiz
    Exam #1  
    Chapter 5: Algebraic Terms: Roots and Powers
    Chapter 13: Graphing 
    Week 4 Final Quiz  
    Chapters 4 & 6: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Algebraic Fractions   Week 5 Final Quiz  
    Chapter 7: Linear Equations; Midterm Exam Review  Proctored Midterm Exam 
    Chapters 8 & 9: Factoring and Fractional Equations  Week 7 Final Quiz 
    Chapter 16: The Right Triangle  Week 8 Final Quiz  
    Chapter 17: AC Fundamentals  Week 9 Final Quiz
    Exam #2 
    10  Chapters 21 & 22: Logarithms  Week 10 Final Quiz 
    11  Chapter 25: Boolean Algebra  Week 11 Final Quiz 
    12  Final Exam Review  Proctored Final Exam 

    Proctor Information

    Proctor Information

    There will be two proctored examinations in this course.

    Please note that this course requires a proctor. Specific details are provided under the COURSE INFORMATION section in each Blackboard course.


    NACTEL:  You can read more about the proctoring program and steps needed to obtain an approved proctor by clicking on this link:  Proctoring Program.


    Register Now
    Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
      Program Info | Admission | Registration | Go To Class | Home Copyright © 2000
    All rights reserved