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Cindy Shrout

Cindy Shrout, B.S., M.S.

Mathematics, Science Engineering & Math

Email: cshrout@cypresscollege.edu

Phone: 714-484-7000 Ext : 48621

Office Hours : Monday and Wednesdays 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., Tuesday (Exam days only) 8:40 - 9:10 a.m. Thursdays (Exam days only) 8:40 - 9:10 a.m. plus virtual office hours

Location: Science Engineering and Mathematics (SEM) Room 228

 
 

Biography


I truly enjoy teaching! It is so much fun to be in front of a class and present material in a way that motivates learning.  I have taught almost all of the classes that we offer in our department. Currently I am teaching College Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra. I now teach all of my classes in a hybrid format. As a part of my hybrid classes the students have access to videos of all of my lectures. The students have the opportunity to replay the videos as many times as they need to understand the concept. The format is quite successful!

Come be a part of the best club on campus! The Math Club is a great group of people that have a lot of fun..

For relaxation and enjoyment I love to sail, go backpacking and do woodworking.

   

 

Recommended Course

MATH 141C College Algebra

This course is the fundamental course for all of the higher level math courses - trigonometry, calculus, etc. It is so important to get a good foundation! Come, let's build a solid foundation, so that you can go far in science and mathematics!

Resources

  • Math Videos Our department has prepared a great number of videos to help students. On this site there are review videos for many topics that students tend to struggle with. These are titled Cypress College Math Review. There are also full course sets of videos for some of our courses.
  • American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges Student Mathematics League offers a competition for all students at community colleges. This fun, but challenging competition assumes no knowledge of calculus. Sample exams are on their website. The math club regularly competes, both in the fall and spring semesters.