Mrs. Kathy Kobrine's Math


I am looking forward to our time together this summer. I hope you have fun learning Math IIB. Attitude is a huge factor in your success in anything you do. So let's put our best foot forward. 

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Three Fundamental Rules:

  1. All students have the right to express their own ideas.
  2. All student's ideas are to be heard and treated repsectfully.
  3. Each student is to be prepared and ready to learn.

This is a three credit course.

In order to earn the three credits you must have a passing grade (60% or above). You will be graded in the folloeing areas.


Groupwork 10%
Classwork/ Notes 20%
Homework 20%
Midterm and Final Project 20%
Quizzes/Tests 30%


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