Mrs. Sheri Sanchez Adjunct Professor
Contact Information Office Location:  Elko Campus  Phone:  7757532120  Email:  sheri.sanchez(a)gbcnv.edu NOTE: Substitute @ for (a) when sending a message. 
Education
 BS Math, Secondary Education, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock Pennsylvania, 1995
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Interests   Family, horses, outdoor activities, sports


Classes NOTE: Viewing syllabi in Word (blue symbol) or Excel (green symbol) requires that your computer has those Microsoft products. Viewing PDF documents (red symbol) requries the Adobe Reader plugin for your browser, available free from Adobe. Whether or not syllabi are posted here is up to the discretion of the faculty member.
CMP 09Z 
Title:  College Math Prep 
My Comments:  This Course combines Math 91 and Math 95. Upon successful completion you will be eligible for Math 96 and Math 116. Students are assessed by both pencil and paper assignments and an internet based math site. Required item: An access code to www.ALEKS.com for the entire semester. The ebook and textbook are supplements the student may choose to purchase only if they want to. More information the first day of class. 


MATH 091 


MATH 095 


MATH 096 
Title:  Intermediate Algebra 
My Comments:  Required item: Access code for the semester to www.ALEKS.com. The ebook or textbook are supplemental materials for the student to purchase only if they choose. I will give you further information the first day of class. 


MATH 120 
Title:  Fundamentals of College Mathematics 
Catalog Description:  Includes real numbers, consumer mathematics, variation, functions, relations, graphs, geometry, probability, and statistics. Course is broad in scope, emphasizing applications. Fulfills the lowerdivision mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Satisfies mathematics requirement for baccalaureate degrees. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 


MATH 126 
Title:  Precalculus I 
Catalog Description:  A third course in algebra, intended for those who are majoring in a science field, a businessrelated field, or mathematics; as part of a mathematics endorsement for elementary education; or for students who are going on to calculus. This course stresses functions, including their graphs and applications, polynomial functions, radicals, rational functions, exponential, and logarithmic functions. This is the first half of a twosemester sequence. MATH 126 and MATH 127 together, or MATH 126 and STAT 152 together, satisfy the mathematics requirement for an Associate of Science degree; also see the bachelor's degree requirements. This course satisfies the College Algebra requirement for programs that require College Algebra and Statistics. It is recommended that students have completed prerequisites within two years of enrolling in this course. 



