**PLANE
TRIGONOMETRY*** **Math 1302-10559 *at 12:00-12:50pm MWF in N628** Fall 2004**

**Textbook: **__Trigonometry__, Mark Dugopolski (2003), Addison Wesley.

At the completion of this course, the student should be
able to: 1. Define and graph the trigonometric functions and the inverse
trigonometric functions; 2. Find the trigonometric functional values for
certain special angles; 3. State the fundamental trigonometric identities and
use them to solve equations and prove other identities; 4. Demonstrate
familiarity with key advanced trigonometric identities; 5. Use a calculator to
evaluate trigonometric functions and round off as appropriate; 6. Apply the
trigonometric function definitions to solve right triangles; 7. Apply the Law
of Sines and the Law of Cosines to solve oblique triangles; 8. Demonstrate an
understanding of radian measure, its relation to degree measure, and its
advantages in mathematical applications; 9. Find a resultant vector and resolve
a vector into horizontal and vertical vectors; 10. Perform various other vector
operations, such as scalar multiplication, finding the magnitude of a vector,
finding the angle between two vectors, and the dot product; 11. Write complex
numbers in trigonometric form; 12. Use DeMoivre's Theorem to compute powers of
complex numbers; 13. Compute roots of complex numbers; 14. Solve various
meaningful application problems.

__Evaluation:__**
Date Value**

Test I
.M, Sept
20
.1/6

Test II
.W, Oct
13
.1/6

Test III
.F, Nov
5
.1/6

Homework, quizzes,
etc
..1/6

Comprehensive Final
.
Dec
.1/3
.

*Prerequisites* for this course are College
Algebra with a C, or better, or placement by UH-D exam.

__You__ are expected to come to every
class, be on time, take notes, read the textbook, do the homework corresponding
to the material discussed in class, correct your own homework with the answers
in the back of the book, ask questions, and participate in a positive manner in
class.

All work passed in for
credit must have your name, books page *and* section number, and all
relevant work. Your questions must be indicated by a "?" *in the
margin* for my attention.

NO make ups will be given.
If you miss a quiz, do "additional points" work to make up the
points. If you miss a test, see me as soon as possible for your current average
so we can discuss your options and you will be given a test to do for Homework
points.

Any student enrolled in a
mathematics course at UH-Downtown has access to the Academic Support Center in
925N where students may improve Math skills. The Center offers tutorial help,
videotapes, computer-aided drill, and use of graphing calculators. Student
supplied scientific calculators will be needed during the course. Graphing
functions of calculators may not be used on any exam.

There will be no classes
during M, September 6^{th}; November 24-28^{th}.

Last day to withdraw is R,
October 28, 2004.

Our last day of class is W
December 1^{st}. Pass in a bluebook on this day if you want to have
additional scrap paper for the Final.

Office Hours **in S748** on F 11-11:50am; or by appointment.

713-221-2723 (You may leave a message if I am not available.) Mrs. Leveille S748 leveillen@uhd.edu

*EOO means "every other odd". For example: 1-17EOO means #1,5,9,13,17.

*UH-D adheres to all applicable federal, state, and local laws,
regulations, and guidelines with respect to providing accommodations for
students with disabilities. Students eligible for special services should
register at S409 (713-221-8430) and arrange with me for appropriate
accommodations. *