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John
                  Thomason

Professor of Mathematics

Austin Community College, Highland Campus
Spring 2015 Semester

Office: ACCelerator
Office Hours: TTh 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., 12:30 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Voice Mail: TBA
Email: jthom@austincc.edu

CLASSES

MATD 0421 Developmental Mathematics 1st Semester
Synonym 27252, Sec 031
TTh 9:45 a.m.-11:30 a.m., ACCelerator, Highland Campus
First Day Handout (Syllabus)

MATD 0421 Developmental Mathematics 2nd Semester
Synonym 27253, Sec 031
TTh 9:45 a.m.-11:30 a.m., ACCelerator, Highland Campus
First Day Handout (Syllabus)

MATD 0421 Developmental Mathematics 1st Semester
Synonym 27270, Sec 039
TTh 1:00 p.m.-2:45 p.m., ACCelerator, Highland Campus
First Day Handout (Syllabus)

MATD 0422 Developmental Mathematics 2nd Semester
Synonym 27271, Sec 039
TTh 1:00 p.m.-2:45 p.m., ACCelerator, Highland Campus
First Day Handout (Syllabus)

Table of Contents

Graphing Calculator Help
Free Graphing Software
Web Page Function Graphers
Internet Access
Links to Math-Related Pages
ACC Testing Centers
ACC Learning Labs
ACC's Home Page
ACC's Math Department Website
ACC's Catalog
 

Internet Access

All students have access to the Internet in the Library. If you're new to computers or the Internet, there will be someone at that location who can help you get started.
 
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Free Graphing Software

"Grapher" is a free graphing program that is included with newer Mac operating systems.  It's in the Utilities folder.  It's very powerful, but a little tricky to use.  The "Examples" and "Help" menus are helpful and there is some information available online.

"WinPlot" -- An excellent Windows OS graphing program. A guide for using WinPlot is available.

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Web Page Function Graphers

Desmos Calculator - Graphs functions in rectangular or polar coordinates.

Java Function Grapher works within your browser. To enter a function, don't type "y = " or "f(x) = "; just type the function's formula. There is no "Print" feature. If you want to print a graph, you'll first have to do a "Screen Capture" or a "Print Screen." Fairly fast and very convenient.

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Northridge Campus Mathematics
Last revised: January 13, 2015