Missouri Baptist University

 

Welcome to MATH !

Before you come to class, be sure to read the and follow the guidelines found there. If you are quarantined at any point during the semester, follow the instructions on the .

In this class we will study For a summary of policies in this class, see this . See the for more details.

Lectures: Lectures in this class will cover a lot of material and examples. To help you keep up, I have prepared typed notes with blanks to be filled in during class. You can find them on the . It is your responsibility to print your own notes before each class. I recommend that you print a few days ahead of what is listed on the schedule in the syllabus.

Homework: a corresponding homework assignment in the book. The problems from each section can be found on the . It is also that you read the sections in the book. Homework will be turned in online. For help with scanning your work and uploading it on Canvas, see the . For a list of all assignments sorted by type, see the . For a list of all assignments sorted by exam, see .

Exams: We will periodically have exams over material from the homework and lectures. Exam reviews are included on the . Graded exams can be viewed at (I will email you after the first exam is graded with information on how to log in on that website).

Questions: If you have questions about homework, lecture, or anything else, please feel free to come by my office during office hours. You can also send me an email or ask on the on Canvas. If you want help from someone who is not me, you can get free help at the .

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Instructor

Name: Dr. Jason Vermette, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Email: jason.vermette@mobap.edu
Office: ADM 209
Office Hours: See .
Telephone: 314.744.5362

I suppose after all of that, I should introduce myself. I'm Dr. Vermette, or Dr. V if you prefer. This is my 7th year teaching at MBU. When I'm not teaching, I'm spending time with my wife and four sons. They're 7, 4, 2, and 0, so as you can imagine I don't sleep much. If you haven't already fallen asleep from boredom, you can read more about me .

 

Helpful Links

Below are some links. They're the same ones you will probably see in all of your classes.