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## HW0: 1) Download the textbook from link 5 above. 2) R&S (Read and Study) Chapter 7.1 (pgs 575-590) 3) Remember to dress up for the class seating chart picture on Wednesday! Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 8/22 ================================================================================== HW1: Do problems 7-21 odd, 22,24,27-39 odd on 7.1 Here are the corrected formulas from section 7.1. Due: Start of class, Monday, 8/27 ================================================================================== HW2: Do problems 23,25,41-67 odd on 7.1; R&S 7.2 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 8/29 ================================================================================== HW3: Do problems 7,9,17-27,11-15,29-43,47,49,51,53 (odd problems only) on 7.2; R&S 7.3 My summary of important fromulas from 7.2 Copy of lecture notes from 8/29 Even problems 46-56 for additional examples Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 9/5 ================================================================================== HW4: Do 7.3 #'s 5-21 odd; Write the decimal equivalent coordinates of the points in QI on this figure. Lecuture Notes, Wed, 9/5/2018 Due: Start of class, Monday, 9/10 ==================================================================================

Our first quiz will be Wednesday, 9/12It will be over HW1-HW4 (from the website)Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.You may bring two 8.5x11" study sheets. You need to make your own. Youmay not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!================================================================================== HW5: Do 7.3 #'s 23-57,81-101 odd; R&S 7.4 Due: Start of class, Monday, 9/17 ================================================================================== HW6: Do 7.4 #'s 7-37 odd - Do each problem by using the standard values for the sin and cos functions, like we did in class today. I have put some more examples of even problems showing you how I want them done. Some even examples for HW6 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 9/19 ================================================================================== HW7: Do 7.4 #'s 39-65 odd, 71; Do 8.1 7-13 odd; R&S 8.2 More even examples for 7.4, part 2 Examples for 8.1, problem 6,8,12 Due: Start of class, Monday, 9/25 ================================================================================== HW8: Do 8.1 #'s 17-41 odd; R&S 8.2 My Notes and Formulas for 8.1 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 9/26 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our second quiz will be Wednesday, 9/26It will be over HW5-HW7 (from the website = Text sections 7.3, 7.4, and 8.1a)Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.You may bring one 8.5x11" study sheet, plus your page with the exactvalues of standard angles. You need to make your own. You================================================================================== HW9: Do 8.2 #'s 11-15,25,35,39-39,55,57 odd; R&S 8.3 Lecture notes from today (10/1/2018) My Notes and Formulas for 8.2 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 10/3 ================================================================================== HW10: Do 8.3 #'s 9-35 odd; My Notes and Formulas for 8.3 Due: Start of class, Monday, 10/8 ================================================================================== HW11: Do 8.3 #'s 53-61 odd (on these, draw a picture and if your answer is an angle, give it in both radian and degree measure, rounded to three decimal places) #'s 49,51 (just use your calculator to get the answer) #'s 37,41,45 (draw a picture and show your work. Be careful in case you have domain considerations!) Instead of picking these up for a homework grade, I need every student to put one problem up on the board (except for 49 and 51) for the class to see the work required to get the answer. Two of you may collaborate on problems 37,41,45 or 53-61. Here are my inverse trig function graphs Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 10/10 ================================================================================== HW12: Do 9.1 #'s 5-41 odd; R&S 9.2 Basic Trig Identies Many even problems for examples from 9.1 Due: Start of class, Monday, 10/15 ==================================================================================may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!Our third quiz will be Wednesday, 10/17It will be over HW8-HW12 (from the website = Text sections 8.1b, 8.2, 8.3, 9.1)Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.You may bring two 8.5x11" study sheets, plus your page with the exactvalues of standard angles. You need to make your own.================================================================================== HW13: Do 9.2 #'s 5-39, 43-49, 56 odd; R&S 9.3 9.2 Formulas Due: Start of class, Monday, 10/22 ================================================================================== HW14: Do 9.3 #'s 5,7,9,13,15,17 9.3 Formulas Try Its and some even problem examples Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 10/24 ================================================================================== HW15: Do 9.3 #'s 21-43 odd, 55-63 odd; R&S 9.4 (This is a long assignment! You may want to start early and break it into several parts.) Some even problem examples for HW15 probs Due: Start of class, Monday, 10/29 ================================================================================== HW16: Do 9.4 #'s 5-41, 51, 55-61 odd problems only; R&S 9.5 All Identies including 9.4 Formulas Try Its and some even problem examples for 9.4 problems Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 10/31 ==================================================================================You may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!Our fourth quiz will be Wednesday, 10/31It will be over HW13-HW15 (from the website = Text sections 9.2 and 9.3)Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.You may bring two 8.5x11" study sheets, plus your pages with the exactidenties and exact values of standard angles. You need to make your own.================================================================================== HW17: Do 9.5 #'s 5-23 odd; Try Its and some even problem examples for 9.5a problems Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 11/7 ================================================================================== HW18: Do 9.5 #'s 25-65, 93-103 odd; R&S 10.1 Try Its and some even problem examples for 9.5b problems Chapter 9, section 5 with my notes Due: Start of class, Monday, 11/12 ================================================================================== HW19: Do 10.1 #'s 27-77 odd; R&S 10.2 Chapter 10.1 Formulas and Notes Some Try Its and Even Problems New Version of the All Identities Handout with Supplementary Identities Proofs of the Supplementary Identies Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 11/14 ================================================================================== HW20: Finish any unfinished 10.1 problems; Do 10.2 #'s 33-77 odd; R&S 10.3 Chapter 10.2 Formulas and Notes Due: Start of class, Monday, 11/19 ================================================================================== HW21: Do 10.3 #'s 7-73 odd; R&S 10.4; Chapter 10.3 Formulas and Notes Some Try-Its and even problems from 10.3 Due: Start of class, Monday, 11/26 ================================================================================== HW22: 10.4 #'s 17-43 odd: identify the type of each grah like we did in class today. #'s 17,21,25,29,33,37 graph each of these. Chapter 10.4 Formulas and Notes Summary page for types of polar fraphs Graph paper for polar graphs Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 11/28 ================================================================================== Promised documents from class Wednesday: 9.5 Application Problem Solutions My graphs from the 10.4 problems ==================================================================================You may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!Material that will be on the Final Exam:It will be over HW17-HW22 from the website, orText sections 9.4, 9.5, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 and 10.4Any question on any assignment is a possible test question.You may bring two 8.5x11" study sheets for each section (total of 12),plus your pages with the exact identies and exact values of standard angles.==================================================================================You need to make your own. You may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

The final exam for MAT1312.01 (the M/W 10:40 section) is onWednesday (Dec 5th) from 10:00 AM - Noon in this room.Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device)and your study sheets.

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