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be able to multiply and factor polynomials to succeed in this class! You must also be proficient with properties of exponents. If any of the problems on Factoring, or Simplifying give you trouble, then you need to spend some time right away brushing up your basic algebra skills. You can use the links below for practice.MUST## Additional Algebra Practice Material: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Multiplying Binomials with the FOIL method Multiplying Other Polynomials Factoring a difference of two squares Factoring Polynomials One Factoring Polynomials Two Factoring Polynomials Three Factoring Polynomials Four Factoring Polynomials by Grouping --------------------------------------------------------------- HW0: Two key algebra skills you will need quickly in this course (and throughout the course) are adding and multiplying polynomials and factoring polynomials. I will review these skills Thursday in class. If you think you are weak or rusty on these two skills, read and study the following links: Adding and Multiplying Polynomials Factoring Polynomials Due: Start of class, Thursday, 8/27 --------------------------------------------------------------- Remember to dress up pretty for class on Thursday for my seating chart pictures! Good link for extra practice on multiplying and factoring polynomials is here. HW1: On the author's webpage (here), try all these problems and make sure you can do them on a blank sheet of paper: Example 1 a,b Example 2 a-e Example 3 a-d On the practice-problems page (here), try all these problems and make sure you can do them on a blank sheet of paper: Problems 1-9 (notice that the solutions are there also). On the additional-problems page (here), do problems 1-5,9,11,14-23. (answers to these problems here. On the author's webpage (here), try all these problems and make sure you can do them on a blank sheet of paper: Example 1 a,b,c,d Example 2 a,b,c On the practice-problems page (here), try the problems indicated and make sure you can do them on a blank sheet of paper: Problems 1-6 (notice that the solutions are there also). On the additional-problems page (here), do problems 1-13. R&S the author's section on factoring polynomials (here). If you feel like you need additional practice on these key skills, use this link: Good practice problems for multiplying binomials and factoring R&S this link (we will cover this material on Tuesday): Integer Exponents Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/1 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW2: Exponents: Properties Examples Practice Problems 5-9 Simplifying Rational Expressions: Full Explanation Practice Problems Lines: Full Explanation Practice Problems 1-11 Additional Practice Problems 1-24 You should be able to do any of the problems above. I would recommend that you do all of the Practice Problems first and, if you have any trouble with those, do the additional problems. Contact me if you have problems with them! R&S Chapter 2, Section 1 on Limits and Continuity (pgs 73-78). Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/3 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW3: Evaluating Limits with the Graph and Calculator Do problems a-f on this page. Do problems 4, 5, and 6 on this page Do problems 1 and 2 on this page I am going to summarize everything you need to know in a business calc course on evaluating limits analytically in our lecture on Tuesday. You would probably be better off not reading and studying anything. If you just feel that you must have an idea of the theory behind what I am going to show you look at the two links below. But we are going to take a very practical approach that includes most of the theory in these two links and you really don't need all the theory behind it. Link 1 (just skip the parts that seem to make no sense). Link 2 (this is an excerpt from another Business Calc Text - Mathematical Applications for the Management, Life, and Social Sciences, 9th Ed., by Ronald J. Harshbarger and James J. Reynolds). Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/8 ---------------------------------------------------------------

Our first quiz over HW1-HW4 will be Thursday, 9/10--------------------------------------------------------------- HW4: Limits by the Algebraic/Analytic Method Make sure you can do a problem like the examples covered in class today on this handout (Ex's 3,4,5,8 and Checkpoint 5). Do problems 1-11,15-27 odd on the handout above. Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/10 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Our first quiz over HW1-HW4 will be Thursday, 9/10--------------------------------------------------------------- HW5: Do the problems on this handout. (Do them like we did the examples in class today - solutions here). R&S pgs 97-105 in our text. Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/15 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW6: Derivative Formulas and The Power Rule Do problems 2,3,4-8 in our text (pages 106 - just find the derivative of these, ignore the rest of the instructions) Do problems 1-12 here. Check your answers with the solutions available! Here is some additional explanation of what we are doing, read it if the problems seem difficult for you. R&S pgs 107-113 in our text. Note: The author's examples 5, 6, and 7 on pages 99-100 of our text are also excellent practice problems! Due: Start of class, Thurs 9/17 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW7: Derivative Formulas - Product and Quotient Rules Do problems 1-6 on this link (the solutions are there). Do handout 1 (here) ( solutions are here ) Do handout 2 (here) ( solutions are here ) R&S pgs 107-112 in our text. Due: Start of class, Tues. 9/22 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW8: Derivative Formulas - Chain Rule and Power Rule on Steroids The text section on the Chain Rule is decent (pgs 114-121). Examples 2 and 3 in these pages are both excellent. Here is the additional section on the Chain Rule from a website that I gave out in class today. Do problems 7-12 on page 121 in our text. (solutions here) Do problems 1-3,17 on this handout. (solutions here) Do problems 1-6,27-29,36,43 on this handout. (solutions here) Due: Start of class, Thurs 9/24 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Our second quiz over HW5, HW6, HW7 will be Thursday, 9/24--------------------------------------------------------------- HW9: Higher Order Derivatives Do problems 1-15 odd on this handout. R&S this handout. Due: Start of class, Tues. 9/29 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW10: Marginal Analysis Be able to do a problem like Examples 1,3,4,5,6,7,8 on this handout. Do problems 3,5,11,13,17,19,27,35 on this handout. Do the problems on this handout. Due: Start of class, Thurs 10/1 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW11: Increasing/Decreasing functions; Derivative Review Links to the WxMaxima program I demonstrated in class today are in links 9-12 at the top of this page. Do the sign-graph handout ( here ). (Answers here ). Do the derivative problems (and simplify) on this handout (Answers here ). Due: Start of class, Tues. 10/6 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW12: Finding and Interpreting Critical Points Do the sign-graph handout ( here ). (Answers here ). Due: Start of class, Thurs 10/8 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Our third quiz over HW8, HW9, HW10, and HW11 will be Thursday, 10/8--------------------------------------------------------------- HW13 Optimization with the First Derivative Test Do problems 3-6,8-11,14,15 on page 139 of our text. solutions ( here ) Instead of following the text instructions for the problems, just do them like our last examples in class: find the critical points, create the sign chart and sketch the graph showing all "important" points (each critical point and the y-intercept). R&S the text section 2.6 on concavity (pgs 122-126). Due: Start of class, Tues. 10/13 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW14: Concavity and the Second Derivative Here is an old set of lecture notes on this material. You might find some useful examples in them. Here is another old set of lecture notes on this topic. Here is a good sample problem with the solution. Lecture notes from today (10/13/2015) Do all the problems on this handout. ( (solutions here) ) Do problems 7-9,11,12 in the text (pg 126) ( solutions here) R&S this handout on Asymptotes. Due: Start of class, Tues. 10/20 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW15: Rational Functions and Asymptotes Lecture notes from today (10/20/2015) Do problems 1-19 odd on the asymptotes handout (pgs 689-690). (the answers are at the back of the handout). (solutions are here (thank you to the student who requested these - you know who you are!)) Sample Problem 1 from 10/23 lecture Sample Problem 2 from 10/23 lecture Due: Start of class, Thur. 10/22 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Our fourth quiz over HW12, HW13, and HW14 will be Tuesday, 10/27( HW15 on asymptotes will NOT be on this quiz!)--------------------------------------------------------------- HW16: Rational Function Applications Do problems 35,37,38 on the asymptotes handout (pg 691). problem 38 solution here . Do the problems on the Logs and Exponential Function Evaluation handout. Due: Start of class, Thur. 10/29 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW17: Derivatives of Log and Exponential Functions Do problems 1-7 on today's handout. (the solutions are given with the problems) Due: Start of class, Tues. 11/3 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW18: Log and Exponential Function Applications Download the two handouts: Log-Exp-Apps handout 1 Application-Handout-2 Watch this video for the lecture. Do the following problems from handout 1: Pages 708-709, #'s 43,45 Page 715, #'s 47,53 (solutions here ) Do the second problem on handout 2. (solutions here ) Due: Start of class, Thur. 11/5 --------------------------------------------------------------- Remember that we will not meet for class on Tuesday! Just watch the video above and do the homework. If you get stuck on something, take a picture of it and email it to me. See you Thursday! ---------------------------------------------------------------- HW19 Implicit Differentiation Lecture notes from today (11/05/2015) Do problems 3-27,31,33 odd on the first page of the Implicit Differentiation / Related Rates handout. R&S section 11.4 on the handout (Related Rate Problems). Due: Start of class, Tues. 11/10 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Our fifth quiz over HW16-HW19 will be Thursday, 11/12--------------------------------------------------------------- HW20 Related Rate Problems Do problems 3-9,17-23,29 (odd problems only) on page 730 of the related rates handout. Due: Start of class, Thur. 11/12 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW21 Introduction to the Antiderivative or Integral If you missed Thursday's lecture, R&S pgs 163-188 in our text. That is what I covered in class. R&S pgs 190-195. (This is what we will do on Tuesday) If you haven't done HW20 yet, this weekend would be a great time to get it done! Due: Start of class, Tues. 11/17 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW22 Basic Integral Rules Do Section 3.3 #'s 1-21 (pg 196) in our text. (solutions here) Extra practice (with solutions): Try #'s 1-13 on the problems here R&S pgs 197-201 in our text. Due: Start of class, Thur. 11/19 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW23 Substitution Method and Integration Applications Lecture notes from today (11/19/2015) On the text problems from page 202 Do #'s 1,2,4-12 (solutions here. On the Integration Applications handout: On page 826, do #'s 27,29,31,39 (average value of a function problems) On page 834, do #'s 1-9 odd (continuous income stream problems) (detailed solutions here. If you would like some more practice, do problems 1-4,8,9,17a,17b here. (solutions are included). R&S Our text on two-var functions - pgs 234 - 254 Due: Start of class, Tues. 11/23 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW24: Functions of Two Variables - Intro and Partial Derivatives Some of the text examples are representative of what you need to know how to do from these pages. They are: ex 5, pg 236 ex 7, pg 239 ex 8, pg 240 ex 13, pg 248 Do the following problems from the text: pg 249: #'s 1-4,11-14,19-24 The following examples from pages 255-264 are excellent: exs 3-5, pgs 258-259 Skip pages 260-261 and any problems dealing with contours (we won't be doing any of that) Do the following problems from the text: Problems, pg 262: #'s 1-16 Solutions Lecture Notes over this material from a previous semester. R&S pages 265-271 in our text. Due: Start of class, Tues 12/1 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW25: Optimizing Functions of Two Variables Example 5 on page 271 is excellent. Use it to see how to do problems 19 and 20 on page 273. Do problems 1-3,8,10,13,14,16,19,20 on pages 272-273 of our text. (solutions here) Do problems 19 and 29 on this handout. (full solutions for these two problems are in the solutions file above) Due: Start of class, Tues 12/3 ---------------------------------------------------------------Remember to bring your study sheet and calculator!Tuesday, 12/8 from 1-3 pm (for our 8:00-9:15 section) Wednesday, 12/9 from 1-3 pm (for our 11:40-12:55 section)Our final exam over HW22-HW25 will be:--------------------------------------------------------------- Note: On all emails for this course, start the subject line out with MAT1316, followed by whatever else is appropriate. Emails without this subject line formatting may not be accepted!Remember to bring your 5 study sheets and calculator!

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