**Course
Syllabus – Fall 2003 **

**Course Title:** Trigonomtry and Analytic Geometry

**Hours Credit:** 3 hours

**Prerequisites:** MATH 1111or consent of department

**Instructor**: Varies (multiple sections)

**Instructor Office Hours**: Varies (at least 10hrs/week)

**Course Description:** Topics in analytic trigometry
and analytic geometry. Credit for this course is not allowed if the student
already has credit for 1113 or 1634.

**Topics:** Trigonometric Equations, Analytic Trigonometry, Applications
of Trigonometric Functions, Polar Coordinates and Analytic Geometry.

**Text:** Precalculus, by Robert
Blitzer.

**Learning Outcomes:** Students should be able to demonstrate:

- An understanding of how to find the values of the trig functions from right triangles and circles.
- An understanding of the graphs of the trigonometric functions
- An understanding of how to prove trigonometric identities
- An understanding of how to use sum, difference, double angle and half angle formulas
- An understanding of how to solve triangles using the law of sines and law of cosines
- An understanding of polar coordinates and graphs
- An understanding of conic sections and their graphs

**Grading Methods:** Tests, Quizzes, Final Exam, Homework; Percentages
decided by instructor

**Grading Scale:**

- A= 90-100%
- B= 80-90%
- C= 70-80%
- D= 60-70%
- F= below 60%