## Homework Assignments

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Advice because I love you like you are my own:

You MUST 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.

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

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HW0: R&S (Read and Study) Our text, page 534, (if you are not quick and proficient at these
skills, R&S sections 0.5 and 0.6 in our text)

Some key algebra skills you will need quickly in this course (and throughout the course)
are adding and multiplying polynomials, properties of exponents, factoring polynomials,
and simplifying rational expressions. 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 and practice some of the problems there:

pg 534 of our text
Factoring Polynomials

The very best link for practice on multiplying binomials and factoring binomials is this link
(You can just click the button for new sets of 10 problems to practice)

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 8/24
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Remember to dress up pretty for class on Thursday for my seating chart pictures!
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HW1:  0.5 #'s 15-37 odd, 43,45; 0.6 #'s 1,3; R&S 9.1

Problems and answers from sections 0.5 and 0.6
Textbook sections 0.5 and 0.6 for review
Good extra practice page for factoring polynomials
Link for practicing multiplying and factoring with binomials

Here is a solution to some of the harder problems.

Try them first, and if you get stuck, have a look at these! (0.5 probs 17 and 19; 0.6 probs 17,23,37)

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 8/29
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HW2:  0.6 3's 9-41 odd; 9.1 #'s 1-5 odd; R&S 9.1

Do problems a-i on this handout

Problems and answers from section 0.6

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 8/31
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Our first quiz will be Thursday, 8/31
It will be over HW1 (from the website)
Text sections: 0.5,0.6

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW3:  9.1 #'s 11,15-27 odd; R&S 9.2 & 9.3

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/5
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HW4:  9.2 #'s 25-31 odd; 9.3 #'s 5a,39a&b,41; R&S 9.3

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/7
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HW5:  9.3 #'s 15,17,35; R&S 9.4

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/12
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HW5:  9.4 #'s 1-25 odd; R&S 9.5

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/14
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HW6:  9.5 #'s 1-7 odd, 11-15 (do not simplify); R&S 9.6

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/19
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HW7:  9.6 #'s 35,5-21 odd; R&S 9.7

Notes from today's lecture on section 9.6

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/21
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HW8:  9.7 #'s 33,3-31 odd; R&S 9.8

Some examples of problems similar to the 9.7 problems
Some old lecture notes with even problem examples

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 9/26
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HW9:  9.8 #'s 1-23,35,39,41a (odd problems only); R&S 9.9

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 9/28
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Our third quiz will be Thursday, 9/28
It will be over HW5b, HW6, HW7, and HW8 (from the website)
Text sections: 9.4,9.5,9.6,9.7

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW10:  9.9 #'s 27,35,37

Do the sign-graph handout ( here   ).

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 10/5
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HW11:  Do the problems on this handout :

On  10.1 #'s 7,9,15; R&S 10.2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/10
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HW12:  Do the problems on this handout :

On  10.1 #'s 17,25,27,29,31,33; R&S 10.2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/17
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Some good extra practice problems on sections 9.9 (Marginal Analysis) are here:

Do all problems on the Marginal Analysis Handout: ( here  ).
Answers to the Marginal Analysis Handout: ( here  ).

Some good practice problems for section 9.9 from the text chapter review (pgs 621-622)
are problems 101,103,104,106, and 107. (The answers are in the back of the text).
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HW13:  10.2 #'s 15,17,19; 10.3 #'s 15,17,25; R&S 10.3

Tutorials on finding zeros with your TI-82/3/4:
Video tutorial
Non-video tutorial

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 10/19
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HW14:  10.3 #'s 9,27,29,33,35,37,41;

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/24
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Our fourth quiz will be Thursday, 10/26
It will be over HW13, HW14, HW15 (from the website)
(including the marginal analysis handout between HW13 and HW14)
Text sections:
sign chart and critical point handouts (HW13)
marginal analysis handout on website between HW13 and HW14
One polynomial graph problem with max and min and inflection pts (HW14)
Several problems from 10.3 (HW15)

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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( here are a couple of sample problems (with answers) over HW14 from a previous quiz )
( here are some examples from 10.1 from a previous semester )
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HW15:  11.1 #'s 1-11,19-33 odd; R&S 11.2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 10/31
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Remember that I will pick up HW16 for a grade first thing on Tuesday!
Have a copy ready to turn in to me!
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HW16:  11.2 #'s 1-29 odd; R&S 11.3

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/2
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HW17:  11.3 #'s 1-11,17,19,23,25 odd; R&S 11.4

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/7
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Some examples from 11.2 and 11.3 lectures
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HW18:  11.4 #'s 1-9,13,17,19,21,23,29; R&S 14.1-14.2

Do this oil slick problem

Some examples from problems like 11.4
More examples from problems like 11.4

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/9
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Our fifth quiz will be Tuesday, 11/14
It will be over HW15-HW18 (from the website)
Text sections:
11.1 Log function properties and derivatives
11.2 Derivatives of Exponential Funcitons
11.3 Implicit Differentiation
11.4 Related Rate Problems

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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Good review problems for the quiz from the chapter review problems in the text (pg 732):
1-7,9-11,15-19,23
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HW19:  14.1 #'s 9,15,17,23,33; R&S 14.2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/14
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HW21:  14.4 #'s 19,23,29; R&S 14.2
(Use the partial derivatives for each problem here
and the handout I gave in class to find the max or mins for each problem).

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/16
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HW22:  14.2 #'s 1,3,9,17,27,29,50 (also find the maximum profit); 14.3 #'s 1,7

R&S 12.1-12.2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/21
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HW23:  12.1 #'s 5-31 odd, 41,43; 12.4 #'s 1,3,5,7; R&S 13.1-2

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 11/28
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HW24:  12.2 #'s 5-31 odd; 12.3 #'s 1-17; 13.2 #'s 1-11,29; 13.4 #'s 1-7

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 11/30
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Final Exam Material:

Website HW assignments: HW21-24

Text Sections:
14.2 (derivatives of functions of two variables - HW22)
14.4 (find the max/min/saddle points for a function of two variables - HW21)
14.4 (do marginal analysis for a function of two variables - HW21)
12.1,2,3,4 (indefinite integrals and applications - HW23-24)
13.2,4 (definite integrals and applications - HW24)

You may bring up to 4 study sheets, including the sheet for
integral rules and algebra rules for properties of exponents.

If you are studying for the final and get stuck on a problem, take a picture of
your work and send it to me in an email! I will post some of these, with my answers
on the website (no names mentioned!).
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The final exam for MAT1316.01 (the T/Th 8:30 section) is on
Thursday (12/7) from 7:45 - 9:45am in this room.
Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device)

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!

Last updated on ... 8/21/2017
Created on ... 7/29/2017

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