
Master
Course Outline
OCSUP 108
Applied Mathematics II

Credits: 5 
Clock Hours per Quarter: 50
AA Discipline:
Lecture Hours:50

Description
Provides review and instruction of the basic fundamental principles of geometry and trigonometry. Development and applications of measurement of angles, shapes and their properties, areas and volumes of triangles, polygons, cylinders, cones, circles, ellipses, irregular shapes, right triangle, trigonometric functions, and laws of sine and cosine. The emphasis in on combining academics and technical skills with reallife context for learning. Prerequisite: Grade of OCSUP 107, or appropriate placement score. 
Intended Learning Outcomes
Think for themselves, initiate on their own, direct, modify, and assess their own work.
Solve problems and make decisions in work related situations.
Analyze critical data to guide work activities.
Formulate, implement, evaluate, and monitor plans.
Solve mathematical problems involving geometry and trigonometry.
Apply thinking skills to job tasks, including creative thinking, decision making, reasoning, problem solving, interpretation of information.
Apply interpersonal skills in relating to others.

Course Topics
Basic Fundamental definitions of Geometry
Measurement of Angles
Polygons and their properties
Triangles and their properties
Areas of triangles and polygons
Volumes of Cones
Volumes of Irregular Shapes
Circles and properties of Circles
Areas of Circles
Ellipses and their Properties
Circumference of Circles
Relationship between radians and degrees
The six basic trigonometric functions
Law of Sines
Law of Cosines
The Sine and Cosine Curves
RightTriangle trigonometry
Pythagorean Theorem
Solve circles and arcs
Area and Volume of triangles


Syllabi
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Course 
Year
Quarter

Item

Instructor 

OCSUP 108 
Spring 2013 
0359 
Michelle Schmode 

OCSUP 108 
Spring 2012 
1650 
Michelle Schmode 

OCSUP 108 
Spring 2011 
1650 
Ronald Rooks 

OCSUP 108 
Spring 2009 
1649 
Ronald Rooks 

OCSUP 108 
Spring 2008 
1650 
Melissa Gilliam 


Two Year Projected Schedule
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Year
Two** 
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*If fall quarter starts on an odd year (2003, 2005, etc.), it's Year One.
**If fall quarter starts on an even year (2002, 2004, etc.), it's Year Two.

