## 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 542, (if you are not quick and proficient at these skills, R&S sections 0.5 and 0.6 in our text)

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

pg 542 of our text
Factoring Polynomials

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/11
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Remember to dress up pretty for class on Wednesday for my seating chart pictures!
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HW1:  0.5 #'s 15-37 odd, 43,45; 0.6 #'s 1,3,9-17,21-37 odd; R&S 9.1

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, Monday, 1/16
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HW2:  9.1 #'s 1-9,11-27 odd; R&S 9.2

Do problems a-i on this handout

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/18
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HW3:  9.2 # 1; 9.3 #'s 39; R&S 9.4

Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/23
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Hw4:  9.3 #'s 15,17; R&S 9.4

Here are some more examples of finding limits by the definition,
(like we did in class today)

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/25
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Our first quiz will be Wednesday, 1/25
It will be over HW1,HW2,HW3,HW4 (from the website)
Text sections: 0.5,0.6,9.1,9.2,9.3

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW5:  9.4 #'s 1-25 odd; R&S 9.5

Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/30
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HW6:  9.5 #'s 1,5-21 odd problems only; R&S 9.6

List of Derivative Shortcut Rules
Some example problems from a previous semester

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/1
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HW7:  9.6 #'s 35,5-25; R&S 9.7

Some example problems from a previous semester
Solutions to problems 17,19,21,23,25

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/6
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HW8:  9.7 #'s 33, 1-31 odd; R&S 9.8

Some old lecture examples from section 9.7

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/8
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Our second quiz will be Wednesday, 2/8
It will be over HW5,HW6,HW7 (from the website)
Text sections: 9.4,9.5,9.6

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW9:  9.8 #'s 1-15,21,25 odd; R&S 9.9

Some example problems from a previous semester

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/13
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HW10: 9.9 #'s 3,5,9-19,25,27,35,37

Some example problems from a previous semester

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/15
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HW11:  Increasing/Decreasing functions; Finding and Interpreting Critical Points

Do the sign-graph handout ( here  ).

Do the critical-points handout ( here  ).

Some examples from a previous semester

Due: Start of class, Monday 2/20
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HW12:  10.1 #'s 7,9,15,17,25,27,29,31,33;

Some examples from a previous semester

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/22
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Our third quiz will be Wednesday, 2/22
It will be over HW8,HW9,HW10,HW11 (from the website)
Text sections: 9.7,9.8,9.9, HW11 handouts

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW13  10.1 #37

Due: Start of class, Monday 2/27
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HW14:  Do problems 2 and 3 on the Critical Points with your Calculator handout.

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

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/1
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HW15:  10.2 #'s 15,17,19; R&S 10.5

Due: Start of class, Monday 3/6
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HW16: 10.5 # 19;

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/8
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Our fourth quiz will be Wednesday, 3/8
It will be over HW12,HW13,HW14,HW15,HW16 (from the website)
Text sections: 10.1, 10.2, 10.5 HW14 handouts

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW17:  10.3 #'s 5,7,25,27;

Due: Start of class, Monday 3/20
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HW18:  10.3b #'s 9,11,15,29,33,35,37,39; R&S 11.1

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/22
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HW19:  11.1 #'s 1-9,19-33 odd; R&S 11.2

Some old lecture notes on 11.1
Some more old lecture notes on 11.1
Still more old lecture notes on 11.1

Due: Start of class, Monday 3/27
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HW20:  11.2 #'s 1-29 odd; R&S 11.3

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/29
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Our fifth quiz will be Wednesday, 3/29
It will be over HW17,HW18,HW19 (from the website)
Text sections: 10.3 and 11.1

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW21:  11.3 #'s 1-19,23,25 odd problems only; R&S 11.4

Due: Start of class, Monday 4/3
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HW22:  11.4 #'s 1-9,17-23 odd; R&S 14.1-2

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/5
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HW23:  9,11,13,15,19,21,23,25;

Due: Start of class, Monday 4/10
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Our sixth quiz will be Monday, 4/10
It will be over HW20, HW21, and HW22 (from the website)
Text sections: 11.2, 11.3, and 11.4

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW24:  14.2 #'s 1-9,17,27,29,48,50;

Some more examples from this section
Some more examples

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/12
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HW25:  14.4 #'s 19,23,29

Use this handout to do the problems on
this problem set.

There will be some problems like these on the final, so get them down solid!

Lecture notes from today

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/17
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HW26:  12.1 #'s 5-27 odd; R&S 12.2

An old set of lecture notes over this section

Lecture notes from the T/Thu section (4/18/2017)

An excellent set of practice problems (with solutions) of indefinite integrals
(Just pay attention to problems 1 - 13).

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/19
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HW27:  12.2 #'s 5-33 odd (skip 23,25)
12.3 #'s 1-15 odd
12.4 #'s 1,3,5,almost 7
(solution to almost 7)

I had a student ask some good questions on several of these problems,
here are my answers, feel free to look at these for
extra help. Try doing the problems first, then looking at my examples.
There will be problems like these on the final!

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/24
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HW28:  13.2 #'s 3-13,21,25,55,57;
13.3 #'s 27,29,37,39; <- omit these!
13.4 #'s 1-9;

Lecture notes from the T/Thu section (4/25/2017)

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/27
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Final Exam Material:

Website HW assignments: HW24-28

Text Sections:
14.2 (derivatives of functions of two variables)
14.4 (find the max/min/saddle points for a function of two variables)
12.1,2,3,4 (indefinite integrals and applications)
13.2,4 (definite integrals and applications)
Notice that the questions from 13.3 will NOT be on the final exam!

You may bring up to 6 study sheets. I strongly recommend you bring you sheet for
finding max/min/saddle points from HW25. Also have your derivative and integral rules!

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 any of these, with my answers
on the website (no names mentioned!).
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The final exam for MAT1316.02 (the M/W 11:40 section) is on
Tuesday (5/2) from 1:00 - 3:00pm 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!

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Last updated on ... 1/7, 2017
Created on ... 1/7, 2017

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