Adding Math 260 Online  Textbook  Login Instruction (.pdf) 
Mandatory Orientation  Math 260 Hybrid Orientation (.PPT) 
Information for Fall 2017  
Welcome to Math 260! As you all know, this class is a hybrid class which meets every Wednesday, 12:101:40 pm in G5001. The maximum number of absences is two (2) meeting days. This class will require as many hours as any facetoface Math 260 class. We will use Canvas (https://ilearn.laccd.edu) and MyMathLab (Course Compass) http://www.coursecompass.com, for this class. Note: MyMathLab (MML) and Course Compass refer to the same thing. 



Mandatory Orientation for Fall 2017  
To avoid being dropped from the class (both registered and newly added students)
To avoid being dropped from the class (both registered and newly added students)
 
Adding
Math 260 Online The school is switching to a new system. To add this class, please register in http://mycollege.laccd.edu. If the class is full, you can place yourself into the waiting list. Once a space becomes available, you are going to be automatically enrolled in the class. Please show up on the first day of class. If you took the prerequisite class at a different college, you need to file Prerequisite Completion petition. If you are an incoming ELAC student, you need to take the placement exam. Please contact the admission office.  
Important Documents:



Course Information 

Course Title 
Math 260  Precalculus 

Course
Description

This course covers chapters 1 – 4, 9  11 of the required textbook, which include: Equations and Inequalities; Graphs and Functions; Polynomial and Rational Functions; Exponential and Logarithmic Functions; Systems and Matrices; Conics Section; and Further Topics in Algebra. Instructor's note:


Prerequisite

Satisfactory completion of Math 125 (Intermediate Algebra) or acceptable level of skills as demonstrated in Mathematics placement process. Recommended: a grade of "B" or better in Math 125 (Intermediate Algebra). 

& Required Course Compass (MyMathLab)Access Code


Required Supplies



Compliance

Students with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation should promptly alert the instructor, then provide verification of disability to the Disabled Students Program located in E1106 or call (323) 2658787 to make an appointment. If a student with disability feels that accommodation offered are inappropriate or insufficient, s/he should seek the assistance of the DSP&S Coordinator and/or the Vice President of Student Services.  
Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) 


Course Goal

By the end of the course, students will be able to, through reading, exercises, discussions, quizzes, and exams:

Grading

Each discussion posting (including one reply) counts as much as a quiz. 

Letter Grades 

