# Post Mat230 all units discussions latest 2015 december [ unit 1,3,4,6 and 7 ]

August 31, 2017

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Unit 1 Discussion Board Problem:

At the beginning of the course you were given a letter, this letter corresponds to your assigned problem for the Unit 1 Discussion Board. Access the problem list using the link provided, solve your problem, post your solution and explanation to the Discussion Board, in the appropriate forum.

Unit 3 Discussion Board Problem

Unit 3 Discussion Board Problem:

At the beginning of the course you were given a letter, this letter corresponds to your assigned problem for the Unit 3 Discussion Board. Access the problem list using the link provided, solve your problem, post your solution and explanation to the Discussion Board, in the appropriate forum.

Unit 4 Discussion Board Group Problem

Unit 4 Discussion Board Group Problem

With your partner (from the group sign up in unit 3), work the problem number assigned to your group (YOUR GROUP NUMBER CORRESPONDS TO YOUR PROBLEM NUMBER, ie. group 3, does problem 3), using the journal function within your group on Blackboard. The journal is hidden from public viewing capabilities, only you, your partner and the instructor can view the journal. This is where you can work out your solution, ask each other questions, etc. Once you agree on a final solution it will need to be posted, along with all supporting work, in the Discussion Board for viewing and grading purposes. The title of your post should include the problem number and both partners’ names. The instructor will grade the work posted on the Discussion Board, not within the journal, however the group interaction in the journal will be used to verify participation from both partners.

Unit 6 Discussion Board Question

Unit 6 Discussion Question: When am I ever going to use this?

Math instructors hear these words on a daily basis. Many of us have developed personalized, canned responses so that we always have an answer prepared.

In this forum, students should discuss why it might be valuable for a non-mathematician, non-engineer to have an appreciation and/or a working understanding of higher level mathematics, even if the computations will not be part of their daily routine. Also up for comment: why might there be intrinsic value in obtaining knowledge outside of one’s chosen field of expertise?

Please post an original statement addressing the question posed, then take the time to comment on at least two of your classmates’ posts.

Unit 7 Discussion Board Group Problem

Unit 7 Discussion Board Group Problem

With your partner (from the group sign up in unit 6), work the problem number assigned to your group, using the journal function within your group on Blackboard. The journal is hidden from public viewing capabilities, only you, your partner and the instructor can view the journal. This is where you can work out your solution, ask each other questions, etc. Once you agree on a final solution it will need to be posted, along with all supporting work, in the Discussion Board for viewing and grading purposes. The title of your post should include the problem number and both partners’ names. The instructor will grade the work posted on the Discussion Board, not within the journal, however the group interaction in the journal will be used to verify participation from both partners.

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