Tennessee State University (Master's)
Tennessee State University (EdD)
I have been teaching Math courses since 1999 as a full-time instructor at Tennessee State University. I earned my Master degree in mathematical science in 1997, Educational Specialist degree in 2008 and am in the dissertation stage towards my doctorate degree in Administration & Supervision currently. I worked with students since 1994, when I started my master degree program and I've been in the classroom ever since.
I have been teaching Math courses since 1999 as a full-time instructor at Tennessee State University. I earned my Master degree in mathematical science in 1997, Educational Specialist degree in 2008 and am in the dissertation stage towards my doctorate degree in Administration & Supervision currently. I worked with students since 1994, when I
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College Algebra I:
Topics and Objectives
• Identify the properties of real numbers.
• Evaluate basic mathematical expressions involving real numbers.
• Write mathematical expressions, equations, and inequalities.
Linear Equations and Inequalities
• Identify additive and multiplicative properties of equality.
• Solve linear equations and linear inequalities.
• Solve word problems using a linear equations and linear inequalities.
Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities
• Plot points on a Cartesian coordinate system.
• Compute the slope of linear equations.
• Graph linear equations and linear inequalities.
• Write the equations of various lines given the graph of those lines.
• Write the equations of various lines given points, intercepts, slopes, and/or parallel lines.
• Apply the concepts of slope and intercept to real-life situations.
• Solve word-problems using the concepts of direct and inverse variation.
Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
• Express problems as a system of linear equations.
• Solve systems by graphing.
• Solve systems using substitution and addition.
• Identify dependent, independent, and inconsistent systems.
• Solve word problems involving a system of linear equations and linear inequalities.
Exponents and Polynomials
• Identify a term, coefficient, factor, base, and exponent in an algebraic expression.
• Simplify expressions involving terms, coefficients, factors, bases, and exponents.
• Use the order of operations in algebraic expressions.
• Simplify polynomials.
• Demonstrate the distributive property for polynomials.
• Perform operations on polynomials using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
• Apply scientific notation to real-world situations.
• Demonstrate that factoring a polynomial is the reverse of multiplying a polynomial.
• Use Greatest Common Factor (GCF) to factor monomials out of quadratic trinomials.
• Factor single-variable polynomials by grouping.
• Factor quadratic trinomials.
• Factor multivariate polynomials by grouping.
• Factor differences of squares.
• Factor complete squares.
• Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to real-life problems.
• Solve quadratic equations using the zero factor property.
Rational Expressions and Equations
• Identify rational expressions.
• Identify restrictions on the variable in the denominator of a rational expression.
• Simplify rational expressions.
• Determine the least-common denominator (LCD) to combine rational expressions.
• Perform operations on rational expressions.
• Solve rational equations.
• Apply rational equations and proportions to real-life problems.
Radical Expressions, Radical Equations, and the Quadratic Formula
• Simplify radical expressions.
• Perform operations with radical expressions.
• Solve radical equations.
• Solve a quadratic equation using the quadratic formula.
• Determine the number of solutions for a quadratic equation by using the discriminant.
• Solve word problems using quadratic equations.
Topics Algebra 2:
Solving Absolute Equation
Solving Absolute Value Inequality
Solving System of Linear Equations+Applications
Solving Logarithmic Equations
Applications on Logarithmic Functions
There are 28 consonants and three vowels – a, i, u – which can be short or long. Some of the sounds are unique to Arabic and difficult for foreigners to pronounce exactly, though you should be able to make yourself understood. The normal word order of a sentence is verb/subject/object. The function of nouns in a sentence can also be distinguished by case-endings (marks above the last letter of a word) but these are usually found only in the Qur'an or school textbooks.
Feminine nouns add the suffix …aat to form the plural but masculine nouns generally have a "broken" plural which involves changing vowels in the middle of the word: kitaab ("book"); kutub ("books").
Arabic has very few irregular verbs and does not use "is" or "are" at all in the present tense: "the king good" means "the king is good". Subtle alterations in the basic meaning of a verb are made by adding to the root. These changes follow regular rules, giving ten possible "verb forms" (though in practice only three or four exist for most verbs. The root k-s-r produces:
• form I kasara, "he broke"
• form II kassara, "he smashed to bits"
• form VII inkasara, "it was broken up"
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INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS
LIMIT AND CONTINUITY
Introduction and Basic Definitions
Some Basic Properties
The Pinching or Sandwich Theorem
Limits and Infinity
The Intermediate Value Theorem
The Bisection Method
The Definition of the Derivative
Using the Definition to Compute the Derivative
Techniques of Differentiation
Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions
The Chain Rule
Differentiation and Continuity
The Mean-Value Theorem
Concavity and Points of Inflection
The Area Problem and the Definite Integral
Properties of the Definite Integral
The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus
Mean Value Theorems for Integrals
TECHNIQUES OF INTEGRATION
Integration by Parts
Integration of Rational Functions
Integrating Powers and Product of Functions
Problems on Techniques of Integration
Mathematics faculty at a college level for more then 15 years ago. Taught and tutored Mathematics for all different grade level, enjoy motivating students and enrich students Mathematics skills.
I have been teaching college level Mathematics for 16 years.
I am a faculty at A&M University.