Math 60  Introductory Algebra, 1st Term
Free Online Textbook: ORCCA: Open Resources for Community College Algebra
Do not purchase the Blitzer Textbook. If you would like to buy a hardcopy of the free online book, you can buy it from Amazon for $12 + shipping.
Syllabus
Daily Class Agenda
ORCCA Odd Answers  These are the answers to the odd numbered problems at the end of each section. Use these for extra practice and to help you with the Webwork problems.
ORCCA Videos
Access the free online homework (WeBWorK) through our D2L Brightspace course.
Assignments and other content will be posted in D2L. Check D2L for your grades.
Do not purchase the Blitzer Textbook. If you would like to buy a hardcopy of the free online book, you can buy it from Amazon for $12 + shipping.
Syllabus
Daily Class Agenda
ORCCA Odd Answers  These are the answers to the odd numbered problems at the end of each section. Use these for extra practice and to help you with the Webwork problems.
ORCCA Videos
Access the free online homework (WeBWorK) through our D2L Brightspace course.
Assignments and other content will be posted in D2L. Check D2L for your grades.
Sections 
Notes and Resources 
Group Activities 
1.1 Negative Numbers and
1.3 Absolute Value and Square Roots Introduction to D2L and Webwork 
This video is from a Math 20 class in a previous term so yours will look a little different but it will help you learn to navigate in D2L and Webwork.
Here is a very useful video on math anxiety

1.2 Fractions and
1.4 Order of Operations 

1.5 Set Notation and Types of Numbers
1.6 Comparison Symbols 1.7 Intervals and SetBuilder Notation 
The sets of numbers video got cut off. Please see the notes to the right for irrational and real numbers.

2.1 Evaluating Expressions
2.2 Equations and Inequalities as True/False Statements 

2.3 Solving OneStep Equations
2.4 Solving OneStep Inequalities 

2.5 OneStep Equations with Percents
2.6 Modeling with Equations and Inequalities 
The document camera software was not working at the beginning of class. See the completed notes to the right.

2.7 Introduction to Exponent Rules
2.8 Simplifying Expressions 

Midterm 1 on Chap 12.6
See Practice Test/Review with answers in D2L
3.1 Solving Multistep Equations and Inequalities


3.2 Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities with Fractions
3.3 Isolating a Linear Variable 

3.4 Solving Proportions
3.5 Special Solution Sets 

Note that doing problem 4b with the LCD is beyond Math 60. You can crossmultiply it, but you don't have to do the LCD with variables. We will have variables only in the numerators.
3.4 and 3.5 Notes and Practice  Blank 3.4 and 3.5 Notes and Practice  Completed 
Content from Math 105 that will be changed to Math 60
5D: Graphics in the Media

Midterm (1AE, 4AE, 5AD)
Check D2L for Practice Problems and Solutions 
Meet in the computer lab for the midterm. You will have the Excel Template to use and you may bring a calculator.

6A: Characterizing Data
6B: Measures of Variation 

7A: Fundamentals of Probability
7B: Combining Probabilities 

7C: The Law of Large Numbers and Expected Value
12A: Voting Systems

Video 12A: Voting Methods  REDO

12B: Voting Power
12C: Apportionment 

12D: Gerrymandering and Solutions


4F: The Federal Budget


Final Exam (Cumulative)

Good Sources for More Videos:
Anywhere Math on YouTube
My Secret Math Tutor
Video: Introduction to Federal Taxes
Resource Page
Anywhere Math on YouTube
My Secret Math Tutor
Video: Introduction to Federal Taxes
Resource Page