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## Advice because I love you like you are my own: You

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 ================================================================================== HW1: 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 Adding and Multiplying Polynomials Factoring Polynomials The very best link for practice on multiplying binomials is this link (You can just click the button for new sets of 10 problems to practice) The very best link for practice on factoring trinomials is this link (You can just click the button for new sets of 10 problems to practice) Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/10 ================================================================================== Remember to dress up pretty for class on Wednesday for my seating chart pictures! ================================================================================== HW2: Do problems 1-10 on this link (note the solutions are provided) Do problems 1-2,7-14,17 on this link (note the solutions are provided) Do a set of 10 problems from this link (note the solutions are provided) Do a set of 10 problems from this link (note the solutions are provided) R&S (Read and Study) Chapter 9.1 and 9.2 Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/15 ================================================================================== HW3: 9.1 #'s 1-9,11,15-27,33,35 (odd problems only); 9.2 # 1 9.2 #'s 25,27,29 (on these find the vertical asymptotes and the limit as x goes to positive and negative infinity) Do problems a-j on this handout (answers) R&S 9.3 ( here ) Problems and answers for HW3 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/17 ==================================================================================

Our first quiz will be Wednesday, 1/17It will be over HW2 (from the website)================================================================================== HW4: 9.3 #'s 39,41,1,5,15,17; R&S 9.4 ( here ) 9.3 problems and answers are here Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/22 ================================================================================== HW5: 9.4 #'s 1-25,47,51 odd problems only; R&S 9.5 Lecture notes from 9.4 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/24 ================================================================================== HW6: 9.5 #'s 1-21,39,41,45 odd problems only; R&S 9.6 Lecture notes from 9.5 (from a previous semester) Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/31 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our fourth quiz will be Wednesday, 1/31It will be over HW3, HW4, HW5, and HW6================================================================================== HW7: 9.6 #'s 35,5-25,39,41,43 odd problems only; R&S 9.7 Solutions to problems 17,19,21,23,25 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/31 ================================================================================== HW8: 9.7 #'s 33,1-31,37,39,43 odd problems only; R&S 9.8 Lecture notes from today's class More examples from 9.7: Problems 14,24,26,28,30 Some more examples from 9.7: Problems 32,38,42 Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/5 ================================================================================== HW9: 9.8 #'s 1-17,23,35,39,41 odd problems only; R&S 9.9 Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/7 ================================================================================== HW10: 9.9 #'s 19; 27a,b; 35; 37; Marginal Analysis Handout Problems; R&S 10.1 Marg. Analysis Handout Problems ( Solutions to the Marg. Analysis Handout Problems ) Problems 28 and 36 from the 9.9 Problems (examples) Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/12 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our fifth quiz will be Wednesday, 2/14It will be over HW7, HW8, HW9, and HW10This includes problems from sections 9.6, 9.7, 9.8, and 9.9================================================================================== HW11: Do the sign-graph handout ( here ). (Answers here ). Do the critical points handout ( here ). (Answers here ). Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/14 ================================================================================== HW12: Do problems 7,9,15,17,25,31,33 in 10.1 from the text; R&S 10.2 More examples: (Problems 10,16,18,26,28) Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/19 ================================================================================== HW13: Do problems 19,35,37 on 10.1; R&S 10.2 More examples: (Problems 20,30,36) Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/21 ================================================================================== HW14: Do 10.2 #'s 15,19,21,35,17; R&S 10.3 More examples: (Problems 16,18,20,22) Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/26 ================================================================================== HW15: Do 10.3 #'s 7,15,17,25,27,29,35,37,39,41,43; More examples: (Problems 16,18) Tutorials on finding zeros with your TI-82/3/4: Video tutorial Non-video tutorial Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/28 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our sixth quiz will be Wednesday, 2/28It will be over HW11, HW12, HW13, and HW14This includes problems from the handouts on critical points and sign charts (HW11) and sections 10.1 and 10.2 (HW12-14).Remember to bring your solution to problem 17 on 10.2 to turn in as part of the test!================================================================================== HW16: Do 10.3 #'s 9,11,33; R&S 10.4 More examples: (Problems 10,12,34) Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/5 ================================================================================== HW17: Do 10.4 #'s 5,7,11,13,15,17,19,23,25; R&S 11.1 More examples: (Problems 14,15,16,18,20,23,24) Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/8 ================================================================================== HW18: Do 11.1 #'s 1-11,19-33,43a&b,45 odd probems only; R&S 11.2 Some examples from old lectures on these problems More examples from old lectures on these problems Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/19 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our seventh quiz will be Wednesday, 3/21It will be over HW15, HW16, HW17, and HW18You will NOT be allowed to use a calculator on the derivatives from 11.1,so make sure you know how to use the derivative rules!================================================================================== HW19: Do 11.2 #'s 1-29,47 odd problems only; R&S 11.3 Even problems from 11.2 Some examples from old lectures on these problems (11.2) More examples from old lectures on these problems (11.2) Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/21 ================================================================================== No homework for Monday, 3/26 ================================================================ Note: The last day to retake the quizzes over multiplying binomials and factoring trinomials is by noon, Thursday, 3/29. ================================================================================== HW20: 11.3 #'s 1-11,17,19,23,25,55 odd problems only; R&S 11.4 More examples: 11.3 #'s 4-10-14-18 11.3 #'s 22,24,28 Several sample problems with solutions from another website Several sample problems with solutions from yet another website Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/28 ================================================================================== HW21: 11.4 #'s 1-9,13,15,17,19,21,23,29; R&S 14.1-14.2 Do these oil slick problems Some examples from problems like 11.4 More examples from problems like 11.4 Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/2 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Our eighth and last quiz will be Wednesday, 4/4It will be over HW19, HW20, and HW21There will be a part of the test that you will NOT be allowedto use a calculator on. It will cover finding derivatives of Exponentialfunctions (11.2), implicit differentiation (11.3), and basic related Rateproblems (11.4). You will be allowed your calculator on the application problems.So make sure you know how to use the derivative rules!================================================================================== HW22: 14.1: #'s 9,11,13,15,17,19,21,33,36; 14.2: #'s 1,3,5,9,11,13,17,19,23,27,29,50; R&S 14.3 Handout on Differences between implicit differentiation, related rates, and partial derivatives Examples of these problems from a previous semester Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/9 ================================================================================== Complete list of Derivative Shortcut Rules ================================================================================== HW23: 14.4 #'s 19,23,29 Use this handout to do the problems on this problem set. The answers are here. There will be some problems like these on the final, so get them down solid! Lecture notes from this material in a previous semester Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/11 ================================================================================== HW24: 12.1 #'s 5-27 odd,30,31; 12.2 #'s 5-11 odd; R&S 12.3 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, Monday, 4/16 ================================================================================== HW25: 12.2 #'s 15-33 odd; 12.3 #'s 1-13,43 odd; R&S 12.4 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, Wednesday, 4/18 ================================================================================== HW26: 12.4 #'s 1-9; 13.2 #'s 1-5,9-19,25,29; Lecture notes and examples over 12-4 and 13-2 I have had many students ask about problems 23 and 25. There is something tricky about these two problems. I have made a handout here . Look at it if your answer is not matching the textbook answer on these two problems! Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/23 ================================================================================== For any students who wonder, "Why is the area under a curve one of the applications of the definite integral?". What you are really asking, in math terminology, is why is the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus true. This can be a little difficult to explain clearly. It is answered rigorously in a Calculus I course and again in a basic Analysis course. But, I have found a decent, fairly understandable explanation at this link. Give it a reading if you are so curious that you can't sleep, but I won't be asking anyone any questions about this on homework or the final! Here is the same article in pdf form. ================================================================================== HW27: 13.2 #'s 37,39; 13.3 #'s 37,39; 13.4 #'s 1-7 odd Lecture notes and examples over 13-2,13-3,13-4 (4/24/2018) Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/25 ==================================================================================Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!Final Exam Material:Website HW assignments: HW22-27 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 - HW23) 12.1,2,3,4 (indefinite integrals and applications - HW24-25) 13.2,4 (definite integrals and applications - HW25-26-27) You may bring up to 4 study sheets. In addition, bring the sheet for finding max/min/saddle points from HW24. Also have your derivative and 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!). ================================================================================== Sample Problem on using the Test Function for critical points of two-variable functions (the solution is here ) ==================================================================================

The final exam for MAT1316.02 (the M/W 11:40 section) is onWednesday (May 2nd) from 1:00 - 3:00 pm in this room.Bring your calculator (NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet capable device)and your study sheets.

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