Math 105  Math In Society
Regular Term Flipped Class: You will be watching video lectures outside of class and working together in a group on problems and activities during class. There is no preparation needed for the first day, just bring the materials listed below. I look forward to meeting you!
Summer Term Hybrid Course: For the hybrid class there will be more work required outside of class, and it is compressed into 8 weeks. There will be video lectures outside of class and required online homework and discussion boards in MyOpenMath. Our small amount of class time will be spent working on the hardest problems together in groups. There will be a midterm, project and final. There may be quizzes in class or online.
Spring 2018 Syllabus (Summer Syllabus coming soon)
Daily Class Agenda
Some content may be posted in MyOpenMath. Check MyOpenMath for your grades.
Summer Term Hybrid Course: For the hybrid class there will be more work required outside of class, and it is compressed into 8 weeks. There will be video lectures outside of class and required online homework and discussion boards in MyOpenMath. Our small amount of class time will be spent working on the hardest problems together in groups. There will be a midterm, project and final. There may be quizzes in class or online.
Spring 2018 Syllabus (Summer Syllabus coming soon)
Daily Class Agenda
Some content may be posted in MyOpenMath. Check MyOpenMath for your grades.
Sections 
Class Prep and Resources 
Group Activities 
1A: Logical Fallacies

There is no Class Prep Assignment for Day 1.
Bring a 3ring binder (1inch or larger), paper, pencil and eraser. A few colored pencils, pens or highlighters are 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 1A Blank 1A Solutions Logical Fallacy Flashcards Student Info Sheet 
1B: Propositions and Truth Values and
1C: Sets and Venn Diagrams 
Class Prep Assignment 1B,C (due at the beginning of class on day 2)

1D: Analyzing Arguments and
1E: Critical Thinking 

4A: Taking Control of Your Finances
4B: The Power of Compounding 
Class Prep Assignment 4A,B
You will need to work on Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel on a computer, tablet or phone starting with the third video. 
4A and B Blank
4A and B Solutions (We did not get to the challenge problem in class) Warmup: 4E Review Blank Solutions 
Presentation Day
Projects Due 
No Class Prep Assignment other than finishing your project and preparing your presentation.
Please share your 1 Google Slide with cara.lee@pcc.edu. 
See Project in D2L for details

4C: Savings Plans and Investments
4D: Loan Payments, Credit Cards and Mortgages 
Class Prep Assignment for 4C,D
You will need to work on Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel on a computer, tablet or phone for these videos.. 
Class Warmup (4B Review)
Class Warmup 4B Solutions 4C and D Blank (we did not get to the Car loan spreadsheet) 4C and D Solutions Check D2L for Project 2 
5A: Fundamentals of Statistics
5B: Statistical Bias 

Quiz 2
Library Research Session 
Midterm practice problems and solutions are posted in D2L. These are just for studying, not turned in. There are extra credit review problems in MyOpenMath.
The midterm on Thurs, 5/10, will be in Library 222. 
5C: Statistical Tables and Graphs
5D: Graphics in the Media 
Class Prep Assignment for 5C (None for 5D)
You will need access to a printer to print your graphs. You can use your printing allowance in the computer lab in the library 
Warmup on 5A
Solutions 5C and D Blank Copy 5C and D Solutions We only got to 5C page 1 because we spent more time on 5A to prepare for the midterm. We might come back to this after the test. 
Midterm (1AE, 4AE, 5A,B)
Check D2L for Practice Problems and Solutions 
Meet in the Library 222 for the midterm. You will have Excel for a spreadsheet and you may bring a calculator.

6A: Characterizing Data
6B: Measures of Variation 

6B: Standard Deviation
6C: The Normal Distribution 

7A: Fundamentals of Probability
7B: Combining Probabilities 

7C: The Law of Large Numbers and Expected Value


Project Event  Meet in the Great Hall on Tuesday starting 8:509am
Class in the great hall from 911:20
Family and friends welcome!
Class in the great hall from 911:20
Family and friends welcome!
12A: Voting Systems
12B: Voting Power 

12C: Apportionment


12D: Gerrymandering and Solutions


See 12C and D above

4F: The Federal Budget

For Spring Term we are not doing 4F

Final Exam (Cumulative)


Chapter 12 Review Blank
Chapter 12 Review Solutions Check for the Final Practice Problems and Solutions in D2L Meet in Library 222 (the computer lab) for the final. You will have Excel and you may bring a calculator. 