This course requires completion of the Canvas Student Orientation.

- Canvas is the learning management system used in this course. This course does not use MyMathLab.
- Course Syllabus [PDF] for this clas. The Syllabus Highlights [PDF] is a summary of the major points. The textbook information is listed separately for ease of use.
- Calendar [ PDF] covering the lecture and exam schedule for the course.
- Homework Assignments [ PDF] contains the homework problems that are due.
- Projects [ PDF] that require you to extend your understanding beyond the basic level of the textbook. There are worksheets available to help with some of the projects. Choose the Projects link and then scroll down to the appropriate section.
- Mathematical Notation [PDF] is a series of assignments is to use a word processor to create a document containing formulas. Instructions and demonstration videos on how to use the Equation Editor are available.
- Mathematical Software that is available to use as a Richland student. You must be a current student to view this page as some of the software is licensed only for our students.
- TI-83/TI-84 usage notes to help using some of the programs on the TI-82, TI-83, or TI-84 calculators.
- Linear programming tutorial written for an ICTCM short course.
- Decision Theory [ PDF] handout. Only expected value decision theory is covered in the text, so this is to supplement that.
- Pivot Handout [PDF only] that explains how to do Gauss Jordan elimination using pivoting. Pivoting is a technique that we will also use for the simplex method.
- Skills and proficiencies needed [PDF only] when you enter the course to be successful in the course. If you don't have these skills then please talk to the instructor about the best course of action or additional resources to help bring yourself up to speed.
- Information about Instructor including office hours, education, interests, etc.
- Final Exam Schedule

James Jones, Professor of Mathematics

Last updated July 29, 2021 10:20 PM