web activity may contain a number of components. Be sure to
read the entire page and complete the required steps. Some
of the activities are located at other web sites. If you are
sent to another site, be sure to return to this page to ensure
that you have completed all of the components of the web activity.
to know this site. The links listed under the "Useful
Links" tab in the left column on this page will take you
to different web sites. Each site has a different look and
intent, but all of them contain useful information. You will
want to visit these sites as we advance from Algebra into Calculus.
To better understand what the course will entail, read the advice from former Math 175 students. The advice can be found here. Choose a few that are from students that have the same major as you and a couple that have a different major.
some time reviewing the algebra that will be needed in the
course by downloading the "Are
you ready for Calculus?" document located at this site.
This site contains documents that have both a set of questions
and a set of answers (the details are not provided, so ask
questions in class if you need help).
Once you have reviewed algebra, take an on-line quiz by clicking here . Have paper and a pencil ready and work out each problem and then select the correct answer. You may use your book, the links on this site, your calculator, and your notes to help you do well on the quiz. After you have answered all of the questions, submit your quiz (by pressing the `Submit for Grade' button at the bottom of the page. When you do this, you will see your score. Near the bottom of the results page, you will see a `Routing Information' box similar to the one pictured below. You need to fill in your name, your email address, and the email address of your professor. Also, be sure to select "HTML" in the pull down menu under "Send as" and then press the `E-Mail Results' button.
When you have looked over the site and have read the advice, and after you have completed the quiz, answer the questions located on the following survey (your responses will be sent to your instructor).
Use your campus username and password (the ones you use to check email).