## HW1: Section R.1, pgs 10-11, Exercises 43-49,65,67,71-91 odd; Section R.2, pgs 18-20, Exercises 7-13,41-59 odd; Section R.3, pgs 31-33, Exercises 13-21,27-65 odd; R&S R.3, R.4, R.5 Due: Start of class on Monday, 9/10 Sites that give lots of practice on exponent problems for this homework assignment: Product Property Quotient Property Power Property Practice on any or all of our exponent Rules --------------------------------------------- HW2: Section R.4, pgs 42-43, Exercises 15-21,27,31,35,37,43,47 odd; Section R.5, pgs 51-53, Exercises 7-15; R&S 9.5 and 9.6 Due: Start of class on Monday, 9/17

We will take Quiz 1 over sections R.1 through R.5 (HW1 and HW2) on Monday (9/17).--------------------------------------------- HW3: Section R.5 17-35,43-61,65-71; R&S R.6 Section R.6 9-19 odd; R&S 1.1 Due: Start of class on Monday, 9/24 --------------------------------------------- Helpful links on Radicals and Rational Exponents (section R.6 problems): Simplifying Radicals Multiplying Radicals Adding and Subtracting Radicals (Problems R.6 31-37 An excellent site with explanations and examples of problems like those in R.6 --------------------------------------------- HW4: Section R.6 21-37 odd; Section 1.1 7-35 odd; R&S 1.2Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!We will take Quiz 2 over sections R.5b, R.6, and 1.1 (HW3 and HW4) on Monday (10/1).Due: Start of class on Monday, 10/1 --------------------------------------------- HW5: Section 1.1 69,71; 1.2 23-33,41-53 odd; R&S 1.3 Due: Start of class on Monday, 10/8 --------------------------------------------- HW6: Sections 1.2 55,57,59; 1.3 7-49 odd; 1.4 7-27,41-47,61 odd; 1.5 19-29,33,35 odd; R&S 1.6Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!We will take Quiz 4 over sections 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 on Monday (10/15).Due: Start of class on Monday, 10/15 --------------------------------------------- HW7: Section 1.5 83-109,133,137; R&S 1.6 Answer question 3 from the textbook on Professor's head problem in the lecture notes. Lecture notes from tonight's lecture Due: Start of class on Monday, 10/22Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!--------------------------------------------- HW8: Section 1.5 problems 133,137; R&S 1.6 Due: Start of class on Monday, 10/29Midterm Exam on Monday, 10/29Midterm Exam on Monday, 10/29Handy Chart for Converting from fps to mph --------------------------------------------- HW9: Section 1.6 Problems 7-31, 33-43,53,55,69 odd;Remember to bring your study sheets and calculator!We will take Quiz 5 over section 1.6 (HW 8) on Monday (11/5).--------------------------------------------- HW10: Section 2.8 35-45,59,61 odd; Section 2.1 25-37,45-75 odd; R&S 2.2 & 2.3 For those of you who missed class on Wednesday, here are some suggestions on what you can to to make up for missing the important information and examples given in Wednesday's lecture: 1) For problems the 2.8 homework, study pages 196-197, Example 8; trying problems 69,71,81, 83 on page 202. also study page 254, examples 1A and 1B also study page 255-259, examples 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 2) For problems 25-37 on the 2.1 homework, study page 156, examples 4 and 5. 3) For problems 45-75 on the 2.1 homework, study pages 157-159, examples 7, 8 and 9. This is similar to the information I covered in my lecture. After you have studied all these examples, in the order given, THEN try the homework. Do all that and if you are still having trouble, email me. Homework is due: Start of class on Monday, 11/7Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!We will take Quiz 6 over sections 2.8 and 2.1 (HW 9 and HW10) on Monday (11/12).A good website with practice problems like those in section 2.8 A good website with practice problems like those in section 2.1 Some lecture notes from a different College Algebra section that may be helpful: Lecture notes over section 2.1 --------------------------------------------- HW11: Section 2.2 13-31, 33-39, 57-61 odd; 2.3 31-61 odd; R&S 2.3 Lecture notes over section 2.2 from another class.Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!We will take Quiz 7 over sections 2.2, and 2.3a (HW11) on Monday (11/19).For those of you who missed class on Monday, here are some suggestions on what you can to to make up for missing the important information and examples given in Monday's lecture: 1) Study the lecture notes from the link above. 2) For problems 13-31 on the 2.2 homework, study page 166, Example 2. 3) For problems 33-39 on the 2.2 homework, study page 167, Example 3. 4) For problems 57-61 on the 2.2 homework, study the lecture notes, especially example 58. 5) For problems 31-41 on the 2.3 homework, study page 180, Examples 4 and 5. 6) For problems 43-61 on the 2.3 homework, study page 182-3, Examples 9 and 10. This is similar to the information I covered in my lecture. After you have studied all these examples, in the order given, THEN try the homework. Do all that and if you are still having trouble, email me. A good website with practice problems like those in sections 2.2 and 2.3 Homework is due: Start of class on Monday, 11/19 ---------------------------------------------------------------- HW12: Section 2.3b 39-61,Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!63-69,71-75,83-87,109,111; 2.4 19-29,35-45; 2.7 9-11, 17,21 For those of you who missed class on Monday, here are some suggestions on what you can to to make up for missing the important information and examples given in Wednesday's lecture: 1) Study the lecture notes from the link above. 2) For problems 39-61 on the 2.3 homework, study pages 180-181, Examples 4,5,6, and 7. 3) For problems 63-75 on the 2.3 homework, study pages 181-182, Examples 8 and 9. 4) For problems 83-87 on the 2.3 homework, study page 183, Example 10. 5) For problems 109-111 on the 2.3 homework, study pages 184-185, Examples 11,12a, and 12b. Also see these examples. This is similar to the information I covered in my lecture. After you have studied all these examples, in the order given, THEN try the homework. Do all that and if you are still having trouble, email me. Monday, 11/14, Lecture notes (from another section of this course) Homework is due: Start of class on Monday, 11/26 ---------------------------------------------------------------- HW13: Section 3.1 7-31,41,45 odd; 3.8 7,9,13-19,23-29,33-39,43,47-53 odd; Section 4.2 39-45; Section 4.5 7,11-15 For section 3.1, our text is a little harder to understand on these problems than it needs to be. I would encourage you to follow my lecture notes and examples and look at this website. On the website, study examples 1a,1b,1c,2a,2b,2c. For section 3.8 the following examples from the text are like what we did in class and on the homework: Direct Variation Problems: Examples 2 and 5, pages 390-391; Inverse Variation Problems: Examples 6 and 7, pages 392-3; Joint Variation Problems: Example 8, page 393; Also see this link or this one Due: Start of class on Monday, 12/3 ---------------------------------------------------------------- HW14: Handout 1 on Compound Interest Problems Handout 2 on Annuity and Loan Problems (We will show you how to do problems 19 and 20 in class on Wednesday) Formulas for section 4.5 The following links give webpages that let you practice on any of the formulas we have covered in section 4.5: Amount of Money at Compound Interest (Formula 1) Amount of Money at Continuously Compounded Interest (Formula 2) Future Value of an Annuity Due (Formula 3) Future Value of an Ordinary Annuity (Formula 4) Loan Payments (Formula 7) Due: ASAP! ---------------------------------------------------------------- The final exam will cover material since the mid-term exam. This would be on: HW8 - HW14, Quizzes 5-7, Textbook sections 1.6,2.8,2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.7,3.1,3.8,4.2,4.5 and the last handouts. You may bring your old study sheets plus a new one for material since quiz 7 plus the formulas handout I gave on HW14. The final exam is from 6:00 to 8:00 on Monday evening, Dec. 10th. Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device) ---------------------------------------------------------------- If you have questions on any of this, send me an email requesting a time to meet. I will have many students and will always give first priority to those who scheduled an appointment! Note: On all emails for this course, start the subject line out with MAT1311, followed by whatever else is appropriate. Emails without this subject line formatting may not be accepted!

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