# Fordham Math 1108-R11: Math for Business Finite, fall 2022

## Course Documents

## Office Hours

- Tuesdays 11:30am -- 1:30pm, JMH 418
- Thursdays 1:30pm -- 3:30pm, JMH 410 (Math Help Room)

## Additional Resources

- This document contains links fall 2021 midterm and final exams for this course, and solutions. These will give an idea of what to expect on exams, and can be used to help you study. The same document also contains links to slides and video lectures for every topic in this course. Note: you must sign in with your Fordham student account to view this Google Doc and the videos it links to.
- Recitations for Math 1108 are offered at Rose Hill on Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30pm in Keating 121 and from 7-8pm in Keating 214. Everyone is welcome to join for a review of the content for the week. Attendance is optional, you can show up for as many sessions as you would like, and you do not need to sign up in advance.
- The Math Department operates a Math Help Room at each campus. They are free, and you do not need an appointmentâ€”just drop in anytime they are staffed. The Rose Hill location is JMH 410, and the Lincoln Center location is Lowenstein 810/812. Here is a link to the Math Help Room schedules.
- Students looking for additional assistance outside of the classroom are advised to consider working with a peer tutor through Knack. To view available tutors, visit fordham.joinknack.com and sign in with your student account.

## Lectures

Class | Date | Topic | Extra |
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1 | Th 9/1 | 5.1: Linear inequalities in two variables | |

2 | W 9/7 | 5.2: Systems of linear inequalities in two variables | |

3 | Th 9/8 | 5.3: Linear programming in two dimensions | |

4 | M 9/12 | 3.1: Simple interest | |

5 | Th 9/15 | 3.2: Compound interest | |

6 | M 9/19 | 3.3: Future value of an annuity | |

7 | Th 9/22 | 3.4: Present value of an annuity; amortization | |

8 | M 9/26 | 3.4: Present value of an annuity; amortization continued | Financial formulas flowchart |

9 | Th 9/29 | Review | Practice Exam 1, Solutions |

10 | M 10/3 | Exam 1 (5.1-3, 3.1-4) | Solutions |

11 | Th 10/6 | 7.2 Sets | |

12 | Th 10/13 | 7.3 Basic counting principles | |

13 | M 10/17 | 7.4 Permutations and combinations | |

14 | Th 10/20 | 8.1: Sample spaces, events, and probability | |

15 | M 10/24 | 8.2: Union, intersection, and complement of events; Odds | |

16 | Th 10/27 | 8.3: Conditional probability, intersection, and independence, I | |

17 | M 10/31 | 8.3: Conditional probability, intersection, and independence, II | |

18 | Th 11/3 | 8.4: Bayes's Formula | |

19 | M 11/7 | 8.5: Random variables, probability distributions, and expected value | |

20 | Th 11/10 | Review | |

21 | M 11/14 | Exam 2 | |

22 | Th 11/17 | 10.2 and 10.3: Measures of Central Tendency and Measures of Dispersion | |

23 | M 11/21 | 10.4: Bernoulli trials and binomial distributions | |

24 | M 11/28 | 10.5: Normal distributions, I | |

25 | Th 12/1 | 10.5: Normal distributions, II | |

26 | M 12/5 | Review | |

27 | Th 12/8 | Review | |

Th 12/15 | Final Exam |