Math 105  Math In Society  Hybrid Course
Welcome to Spring Term, 2019!
If you are registered or on the waitlist, check your MyPCC email for directions to get started! Watch the Hybrid Course Information Video to the right. 

Free textbook: Math in Society (Lowcost optional print copies $18 at the bookstore) + Section D1 and Section D3
Some content will be in D2L and online homework will be in MyOpenMath
Hybrid Class: Make sure this is the right format for you! The hybrid class is 40% in class and 60% online so we will only meet once a week and you need to have more selfmotivation and responsibility. Tthe guideline is 13 hours per week outside of class. People vary so you may need more or less time. You will be watching video lectures outside of class and there is a class prep due on the first day. We will spend our limited class time working on the hardest problems together in groups.
Spring 2019 Syllabus  Hybrid
Weekly Class Agenda  Hybrid (This document will be updated as we go through the term. Check here if you miss a day)
Some content will be in D2L and online homework will be in MyOpenMath
Hybrid Class: Make sure this is the right format for you! The hybrid class is 40% in class and 60% online so we will only meet once a week and you need to have more selfmotivation and responsibility. Tthe guideline is 13 hours per week outside of class. People vary so you may need more or less time. You will be watching video lectures outside of class and there is a class prep due on the first day. We will spend our limited class time working on the hardest problems together in groups.
Spring 2019 Syllabus  Hybrid
Weekly Class Agenda  Hybrid (This document will be updated as we go through the term. Check here if you miss a day)
Sections 
Class Prep and Resources 
Group Activities 
Week 1
1.1 The Language and Rules of Logic 1.2 Sets and Venn Diagrams 
Class Prep Assignment 1.11.2 due on the first Wednesday (watch the two videos below and take notes)
What to Bring: Completed class prep assignment, a 3ring binder (1inch or larger), the book if you have it, paper, pencil and an eraser. A few colored pencils, pens or highlighters are highly recommended. 
Blank copies will be handed out in class and posted here after each class.
The solutions to class activities will be posted here after each class Group Activity 1.11.2 Blank 1.11.2 Solutions Student Info Sheet 
Week 2
1.3 Describing and Critiquing Arguments 1.4 Logical Fallacies 
Class Prep Assignment 1.31.4 (no videos for 1.4, use the book)

Warmup Problems
Section 1.1 #10, 20 in the textbook Section 1.2 #15, 16 in the textbook Solutions Group Activity 1.31.4 Blank 1.31.4 Solutions See D2L for Project 1 
Week 3
2.1 Introduction to Spreadsheets 2.2 Simple and Compound Interest 2.3 Savings Plans 
Class Prep Assignment 2.12.3
You will need to work on Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel on a computer, tablet or phone starting with the third video. 
Week 4
2.4 Loan Payments 2.5 Income Taxes 
Class Prep Assignment for 2.42.5
2018 Tax Tables for 2.5 You will need to work on Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel on a computer, tablet or phone for the 2.4 videos. 
Warmup Problems
Section 2.2 #6, 8 in the textbook Section 2.3 #4, 8 in the textbook Solutions Group Activity 2.42.5 Blank 2.42.5 Solutions 
Week 5
3.1 Overview of the Statistical Process 3.2 Describing Data 
Class Prep Assignment 3.13.2 (Printer and Stapler needed)
You will need access to a printer to print your graphs. You can use your printing allowance in the computer lab in the library ($10 of free printing each term) 
Week 6
Midterm (Chapters 12) Check D2L for Practice Problems and Solutions 
Midterm practice problems and solutions are posted in D2L. These are just for studying, not turned in. There are also extra credit review problems in MyOpenMath.

Week 7
3.3: Summary Statistics: Measures of Center 3.4: Summary Statistics: Measures of Variation 4.1: Contingency Tables 

Spring Edition with blood alcohol level data:
3.33.4, 4.1 Blank (With standard deviation added) 3.33.4, 4.1 Completed Fall Halloween version: 3.33.4, 4.1 Blank 3.33.4, 4.1 Completed 
6C: The Normal Distribution (Optional  check with your instructor)

Cara's Classes: Skip these 3 videos and Class Prep. Skip to Chapter 4
Normal Distribution Class Prep 
Cara's Classes: Skip these 3 videos and Class Prep. Skip down to Chapter 4

4.2 Theoretical Probability
4.3 Expected Value 

D1: Voting Systems
D2: Voting Power and the Electoral College vs. the Popular Vote 

Textbook for D1 (Not in the printed version. You can print it or read it online)
D1D2 Blank D1D2 Solutions 
D3: Apportionment
D4: Gerrymandering 

Textbook for D3 (Not in the printed version. You can print it or read it online)
D3D4 Blank D3D4 Solutions 
D5: The Federal Budget, Deficit and Debt (Fall Term Only)

Class Prep D5 (Cara's Class Skip for Winter and Spring Terms)

Final Exam (Cumulative)


D1D4 Review Problems (D5 skipped due to snow)
D1D4 Review Solutions D1D5 Review Problems Blank D1D5 Review Problems Solutions Check for the Final Practice Problems and Solutions in D2L 