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### COURSE MATERIALS

Math 125 requires a custom textbook with a MyMathLab Access Code. The required textbook is *Math 125* 2nd custom edition for UIC, available in our bookstore only.
Optional to the student is to just purchase access to MyMathLab.

Regardless of the option chosen by the student, MyMathLab Access is required, grades will not be given to students without full semester access activation.

We will cover chapters 1 - 4 and 8 - 9. A brief description of the material covered each week is given in the weekly schedule below. You are expected to read the textbook before the classroom discussion of each topic, as indicated on the schedule of homework and reading assignments.

A graphing **calculator** such as TI-83, TI-83+, TI-84 or TI-84+ is **REQUIRED** .
You may use it on exams, however, you will still be required to show work in most cases.
Models such as the TI-nSpire are not recommended, nor are Casio and other manufacturers. The TI-83/84 model will be demonstrated in class.

### PREREQUISITES

MATH 090 or a grade of C or better in MATH 110 or appropriate performance on the UIC mathematics placement test.

### GRADING

The course grade will be determined by Midterms, Quizzes, Homework Assignments, and the Final Exam shown in the table below. The grading scale of 90%(540 pts) for an A, 80%(480 pts) for a B, 70%(420 pts) for a C, and 60%(360 pts) for a D are guaranteed levels for each letter grade.

Two Hour Exams | 100 points each |

Quizzes(best 6 of 8) | 120 points total |

Homework | 80 points total |

Final Exam | 200 points |

Total | 600 points |

### QUIZZES

QUIZZES: The policy on quizzes is that we are dropping the lowest 2, and so using the best 6 of 8. Due to this there are NO MAKE-UPS on quizzes. Missed quizzes count as Zero and will be dropped if the student misses no more than two.

Quiz dates will be announced regularly in Lecture. The student is responsible for attending lecture daily.

### EXAMS

There are two Midterm Exams, to be given at 6:00 - 7:15pm, ALL lectures at once, on the following dates

Monday, February 25th

Monday, April 8th

Students with legitimate conflicts, such as Monday evening courses should see their Instructor as soon as possible to discuss said conflict. Upon verification of the conflict, a make-up will be scheduled.

The Final Exam is on Thursday, May 9th at 6:00 - 8:00 PM. There are NO early makeups for the Final Exam

### Peer Tutoring

A peer tutor is on the schedule in SES 3510: TBA

A peer tutor is on the schedule in ETMSW L270: TBA

### WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Here is a brief overview of the material we will cover each week. For detailed schedule see homework page.

WEEK | SECTIONS | BRIEF DESCRIPTION |
---|---|---|

1 | 1.1 - 1.2 | Linear equations and Graphing, Slope |

2 | 1.3 - 1.4 | Intersections, Least-Squares Method, |

3 | 2.1 - 2.2 | Systems of Linear Equations, Gaussian Elimination, Infinite Solution and No solution Cases |

4 | 2.3 - 2.4 | Operations on Matrices, Inverses of a Matrix |

5 | 2.5 - 2.6 | Inverse Matrices, Input-Output Model |

6 | 2.6, 3.1 | The Linear Programming Problem, Linear Inequalities and Graphs of Feasible Sets |

7 | Exam 1, 3.2 - 3.3 | The LP Problem, Graphical Solution, |

8 | 3.3 - 3.4, 4.1 | Applications of Linear Programming, Simplex Tableau, Slack Variables, and Pivoting |

9 | 4.2 - 4.3 | Maximum Problems, Minimum Problems |

10 | 4.3 - 4.5 | Sensitivity Analysis, Duality and Solving the Dual Simplex Problem |

11 | 4.5, 8.1, Review | Duality, The Transition Matrix, Transition Diagrams, Regular Stochastic Matrices, |

12 | 8.2 - 8.3 | Regular Stochastic Matrices, Absorbing States and Absorbing Matrices |

13 | Exam 2, 8.3, 9.1 | Absorbing Matrices, Theory of Games |

14 | 9.2 - 9.3 | Mixed Strategies, Determining Optimal Mixed Strategies |

15 | Review | Review for Final Exam |

16 | Final Exam | Final Exam on May 9th |

### STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Students with disabilities who require special accommodations for access and participation in this course must be registered with the Office of Disability Services (ODS). Students who need exam accommodations must contact ODS in the first week of the term to arrange a meeting with a Disability Specialist. Please contact ODS at 312/413-2183 (voice) or 312/413-0123 (TTY).

Students who are granted accommodations MUST present their Letter of Accommodation(LOA) to their Instructor. At that time, a discussion can be had regarding the handling of the student's specific accommodations. Email is not acceptable.

### FRESHMEN STUDENTS ONLY

We are conducting a study of the new ALEKS placement test and we want to know the opinions of the incoming freshmen who took the test.

Math 125 freshmen students please to go to https://illinois.edu/sb/sec/4772228 and take a couple of minutes to do the survey?

We would like the survey to be done before the end of the second week of the semester.