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Bryan Elliott

Bryan Elliott


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Contact Info:

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Phone: 619-660-4551
Fax: 619-660-4399
Office: H-112
Office Hours: Monday: 715am-8am, 12pm-1230pm Tuesday: Check with instructor Wednesday: 715am-8am, 12pm-1230pm, Thursday: check with instructor

 

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MATH 160 Online   Elementary Statistics

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Course Notes:

Section 1542 and 5468 start on January 28. You will working the entire course inside of the college's Canvas application. No later than January 25th you will have access to the course and may begin working on the first Unit.  The course is organized into modules.  As this is an 8-week course you will have 1 or 2 modules due on Sunday evening of each week. 

There will be more information available in our course syllabus which will be posted inside of Canvas, as well as here.


Section 8252 begins on April 1. Please check back here on March 25 for more information.

 

TWO important notes for online classes:

  1. THE FINAL EXAM IS THE ONLY MANDATORY ON CAMPUS REQUIREMENT(read the syllabus/orientation if you are out of town student). Dates and times are found in the course syllabus.  If you cannot attend the final exam then please do not sign up for the online sections.  More information in the orientation.

  2. You are NOT required to purchase any access codes or textbooks for this course.  The only course materials you will need will be access to a TI84(or TI83) calculator and, of course, access to an computer with an adequate internet connection.

Math 176/076 Section 9989/9990  PreCalculus with support

Course Notes:

Mon. & Wed.  8:00 am - 11:50pm Rm H-113

 

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ONLINE CLASSES

TWO important notes for all ONLINE classes!!

  1. THE FINAL EXAM IS THE ONLY MANDATORY ON CAMPUS REQUIREMENT(read the syllabus/orientation if you are out of town student). Please visit the online orientation for information regarding the dates/times when the final exam will be offered.  If you cannot attend the final exam then please do not sign up for the online sections.  More information in the orientation.

  2. You do NOT need to purchase an access code nor a textbook for this course

 

The information in the orientation and syllabus is now current for the 1st 8 week course in spring 2019 semester. 

Last Updated: 01/16/2019
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