## Note: On all emails for this course, start the subject line out with MAT1402, followed by whatever else is appropriate. Emails without this subject line formatting may not be accepted! HW0: R&S (read and study) the Intro to Calculus (pgs 1-8) and 1.1 (Chapter 1, Section 1 of our text); Memorize Proverbs 27:6 (for 1 bonus pt on first test) Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 1/10 --------------------------------------------------------------- Remember to dress up pretty for class on Wednesday for my seating chart pictures! --------------------------------------------------------------- HW1: 1.1 #'s 3,7,9,11,25,27,29,31,33,35,37; R&S Appendix B and C; You will find Examples 1,2,3,6 very illustrative and helpful. Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Due: Start of Class - Thursday 1/12 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW2: Appendix B: #'s 3,9,11,15,21-49; R&S Appendix C Lecture notes from today Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Due: Start of Class - Monday 1/16 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW3: Appendix C: #'s 1,3,5,7,9,11,19,27,37,39 (Both sets of problems are included in the links from HW1 and HW2 above) Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 1/17 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW4: 1.1 #'s 41, 43, 45, 47; R&S Appendix D (see above for the link to the problem set) Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 1/18 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW5: Appendix D: #'s 1-37,65-75 odd; R&S 1.2 You will find the following examples from the text extremely helpful: #'s 1-9, Ex 1; #'s 13,15 Ex 3; #'s 17-21 pg A25; #'s 23-27 Ex 3 & pg A27; #'s 29-33 Ex 4; #'s 35,37 Ex 5 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Here is an excerpt of the facts from Appendix D, along with additional material. Handy table of exact trig values Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 1/19 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW6: 1.2 #'s 1,3,5,17,19; R&S 1.3 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Notes and Examples of Polynomial Graphs" Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 1/23 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW7: 1.3 #'s 1,3 (use the tables on pg 37), 5 (see Example1), 9-19 (see Examples 2 and 3), 21,23 (see Examples 3 and 5), 31,33,35,39,43,53 (see the text and my examples); R&S 1.4; Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Solutions to problems 34,42,44 on 1.3 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 1/24 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW8: 1.4 #'s 1,5,7 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 1/25 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW9: 1.5 #'s 5,7,9,13,15,19,21,23,25,29,33,35; R&S 1.6 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 1/26 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW10: 1.7 #'s 15,17 (you do not need to do the diagrams on these, just do the proofs), 19,21 (look at my examples of Example 3 and #'s 16, and 22 to get a hint on how to do these) Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Good list of properties (or laws) of Inequalities 1.7 Examples 2&3, probs 16,18,22 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 1/30 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW11: 1.7 #'s 29,31,36 (yes, an even problem!); R&S 1.6 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Problem 30 solution and one similar to 36 Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 1/31 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW12: 1.6 #'s 3-19 odd; look at examples 2,3 and 5 for hints Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 2/1 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW13: 1.6 #'s 21-33,37-41 odd; R&S 1.8 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today My solutions to problems 23,26,28,31,32,34,36 My solutions to problems 42, 46 Due: Start of Class - Thursday 2/2 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW14: 1.8 "'s 3-7,13,17-23,33-41,43,53,57; R&S 2.1 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 2/6 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW15: 2.1 #'s 5,7,31,33,35,43; R&S 2.2 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 2/7 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW16: 2.2 #'s 5,7,23,25,27; R&S 2.3 Lecture notes from today Material to study for our first test Some good practice problems for our first test would be any of the following from the Chapter One Review Exercises, pg 96ff: #'s 5-7,23,25-38,41&43 (epislon-delta proof),45 Remember that our first test will be Thursday, 2/9! Remember to bring a calculator and up to three study sheets (8.5x11", front and back ok). Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 2/8 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW17: 2.3a #'s 1-21,27-43 odd; Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 2/13 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW18: 2.3 #'s 51,53,59,61,63,69,77,81 my examples: 52,54,60,62,64,70a,80 Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 2/14 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW19: 2.4#'s 1-15,21,23 odd problems only; R&S 2.4 Lecture notes from today Useful Trig Identities and Values Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 2/15 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW20: 2.5a #'s 7-19 odd, 51 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 2/16 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW21: 2.5b #'s 21-37,41,53 (graph the equation and tangent line on the same graph); R&S 2.6; I will pick this HW up for grading on Monday at the start of class! If you have questions on several of these, be sure to get help (from me, a tutor, etc) BEFORE the start of class! You will be expected to turn these in BEFORE any work goes up on the board! Be sure to show all work required to get your answer. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 2/20 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW22: 2.6a #'s 5-19 odd Good link on Implicit Differentiation - Full Explanations Good link on Implicit Differentiation - Practice Problems with steps of solutions shown Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 2/21 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW23: 2.6b #'s 23-35 odd; R&S 2.7 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 2/22 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW24: 2.7 #'s 1,3,7,9,15; R&S 2.8 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 2/23 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW25: 2.8a #'s 3-11 odd; Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 2/27 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW26: 2.8b #'s 15,17,19,23,25,27,33; R&S 2.9 Here are the problems for those who haven't received their textbook yet. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 2/28 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW27: 2.9 #'s 1,3,5,23; Lecture notes from today Good test questions from the chapter review Due: Start of Class - Thursday 3/2 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW28: 3.1 #'s 2,5,45-55 odd; R&S 3.2 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 3/7 --------------------------------------------------------------- Note for Test 2 on Monday: The test will have two parts. The first is over derivative rules and simplifying your answers. This part will be done

without a calculator. For the rest of the test, you will be allowed the use of your calculator. The reason for this is that some students have a calculator that shows symbolic derivatives. I must have these calculator-free questions to make sure the test is fair for all. --------------------------------------------------------------- HW29: 3.2 #'s 5,7,11,13 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 3/8 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW30: Do the problems on this handout Answers here. 3.3 #'s 1, 9-11, 33-37 odd: ignore the text instructions: create your 1st and 2nd derivative sign charts and use them to sketch the graph like we did in class. Label your important points like I did in class. Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 3/9 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW31: 3.3b #'s 39,41,43; R&S 3.4 Do example 7 on page 226. Be sure to include the algebra steps required to obtain the simplified derivatives in the text! Examples: problems 40,42,44 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 3/20 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW32: 3.4 #'s 9-29 odd; R&S 3.5 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 3/22 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW33: 3.4b #'s 35-39,49,51; R&S 3.5 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 3/23 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW34: 3.5 First, do examples 2,3,4 just like they were homework problems! Try to do them, and look at the text work if you get run over by the confusion bus! #'s 45-53 odd (all slant asymptote problems #'s 15,17,19,29,31,33 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Monday 3/27 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW35: 3.7a #'s 1,3,7,11,13,15; R&S 3.7 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 3/30 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW36: 3.7b #'s 22,23,35,37,51,61,63, Text Example 4; Draw figures and show lot's of work! Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 3/31 --------------------------------------------------------------- Test 3 Review material Even answers You may bring 3 pages of notes for the exam! --------------------------------------------------------------- HW37: 3.8 #'s 5,7,13,15,17; R&S 3.9 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 4/5 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW38: 3.9 #'s 1-41 odd; Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Thursday 4/6 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW39: (nothing to turn in here, problems from this material will be on Thursday's exam) Factoring/simple binomial multiplication practice (Just move the browser right or left to cover answers and practice to your heart's content. Work on speed!) Basic Polynomial Multiplication formulas every calculus should be competent with (meaning you should be able to expand basic expressions like this quickly!) Types of derivatives that will be on Thursday's test. R&S Appendix E; Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 4/11 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW40: Appendix E, #'s 11-23,29,31,41a,43; R&S 4.1 Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Wednesday 4/12 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW41: 4.1 Do the problems on this handout; R&S 4.2 Excel Workbook for the Trapezoid Method Lecture notes from today Practice test problem given in class: Find y' and create a sign chart for this function: y = x^3 * (5x^2 + 7)^(1/2) (solution here) Due: Start of Class - Thursday 4/13 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW42: 4.4 #'s 5-15 odd; R&S 14.4; Lecture notes from today An excellent set of practice problems (with solutions) of indefinite integrals Due: Start of Class - Monday 4/18 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW43: 4.3 #'s 19-35 odd; (pages 327-328) Examples 5, 6, and 8 in section 4.3 are helpful examples. Lecture notes from today Some good examples of problems like these (problems 2-12 are excellent) Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 4/19 --------------------------------------------------------------- Good review problems for Thursday's optional test: A few good multiplying polynomial problems Factoring Examples Derivative problems similar to our test questions (problems 5,13,16) Implicit Differentiation Problems (numbers 5 and 7 are similar to our test questions) Problem 10 here is a great example problem The key to our last Thursday's test is here --------------------------------------------------------------- HW44: 4.5a #'s 7-29 odd Lecture notes from today Try problems 1-10 here for extra practice on these My solutions (for study) Due: Start of Class - Monday 4/24 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW45: 4.5b #'s 35-51 odd Lecture notes from today Try problems 1,2,3,5,8,9 here for extra practice on these Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 4/25 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW46: Do problems 17, 19, and 23 on this handout Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 4/25 --------------------------------------------------------------- HW47: 4.4 #'s 55,57,59; 4.3 #'s 39,41 (draw the graphs!) Lecture notes from today Due: Start of Class - Tuesday 4/26 --------------------------------------------------------------- Good practice Problems over recent material: Problems 4-10 here are good practice on definite integrals Problems 1-5,8,9,10 here are good practice on harder definite integrals Problems 1-6 and 8 here are good practice on area under curve problems --------------------------------------------------------------- HW48: Study for tomorrow's makeup test! Lecture notes from today Solutions for HW44, Section 4.5 --------------------------------------------------------------- Final Exam Material: No problems from sections 4.1 or 4.2 will be on the exam. The only kind of problems from 3.9 will be the motion and distance problems (53 and 55), but you may use integrals to do them (like we did on problems 55 and 57 on 4.4).Sections to study for the final exam:Appendix E (HW40, bring your sheet of Summation formulas) 4.3 (HW 43, be sure to have your integral rules and formulas on your study sheets) 4.4 (HW 42 and 47) Area under a curve problems (HW46) 4.5 (HW 44,45) The basic evaluate integral problems (using the formulas) will be donewithouta calculator. You may use your calculator on the rest of the test. You may bring up to 6 study sheets, including sheets of formulas and trig identities. Basic integral formulas (and derivatives for trig functions) --------------------------------------------------------------- Lecture notes from the last day of class --------------------------------------------------------------- Student Questions for the final exam ---------------------------------------------------------------The final exam for MAT1402.01 is on eitherTuesday (5/2) from 10:00am - Noon in this room.orWednesday (5/3) from 1:00 - 3:00pm in this room.Because this class meets M-Th, we have a choice of two times. As we approach the end of the semester, the class will vote on which day they want. We will NOT offer the final exam on both days!Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or---------------------------------------------------------------other internet capable device) and your study sheets.

Created on ... 8/22, 2016

Last updated on ... 8/22, 2016