## Mat 1316.01 - Business Calculus, Spring 2019, T/Th 10:40-11:55, NSRC 103

### 5. Homework Expectations

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## 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

Homework Assignments

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HW0:  Look at the starred problems on the handout today. Try a few of them and be ready
work problems like them on Wednesday.

Remember to dress up pretty for the seating chart pictures on Thursday!

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 1/17
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HW1:  Do 0.5 #'s 15-37 odd, 43, 45 and 0.6 #'s 9-21 odd, 25, 27, 31, 33, 35 from
this handout .
If you need more help or practice on these problems, read and study sections
0.5 and 0.6 from your text!

Do one or two sets of 10 problems from this web page

Do one or two sets of 10 problems from this web page

R&S (Read and Study) 9.1 in our text

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 1/22
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HW2:  9.1 #'s 1-5,11 (odd problems only);
9.2 # 1

Do problems a-j on this handout (answers)

R&S 9.3

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 1/24
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HW3:  9.1 #'s 15-29,35,37; 9.3 #'s 39,41,1,5,15,17; R&S 9.4

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 1/29
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Our first, second, and third quizzes will be Thursday, 1/31
It will be over HW1, HW2, HW3 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet. You need to make your own. You
may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!

Several people have asked me about problem 25 on 9.1. I will not put one
like this on our quiz. For anyone who would like to see how to do this
problem, here it is.
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HW4:  9.4 #'s 1-25 odd, 39a; R&S 9.5

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 1/31
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HW5:  9.5 #'s 1-7,11-19 odd; R&S 9.6

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 2/7
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HW6:  9.6 #'s 33, 5-19 odd; R&S 9.7

Lecture notes from the 2/5 lecture over 9.6

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 2/7
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HW7:  9.7 #'s 33, 3-31 odd problems only; R&S 9.8

Lecture notes from the 2/7 lecture over 9.7

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 2/12
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Quiz 4 will be Thursday, 2/14
It will be over HW4, HW5, HW6, and HW7 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet. You need to make your own. You
may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW8:  9.8 #'s 1-23 odd; R&S 9.9

Lecture notes from the 2/12 lecture over 9.8

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 2/19
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HW9:  9.9 #'s 1,3,9-19 odd,25,27

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 2/21
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HW10: 9.9 #'s 35,37
Do all the problems on this Marginal Analysis Handout.
(solutions to the problems in the handout)

R&S 10.1

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/25
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Quiz 5 will be Thursday, 2/28
It will be over HW8, HW9, and HW10 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet. You need to make your own. You
may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW11: 10.1a #'s 7,9,15,17,31,33; Graph all of these like we did in class today!
R&S 10.2;

Lecture notes and examples from a previous semester
Even examples 10,16,18,26,28,32
Even examples 20,30,36

How to find and simplify the derivatives on #'s 33 and 35.

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 3/5
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HW12: 10.1b #'s 35,51

Problem 36 in detail

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 3/7
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HW13: 10.2 #'s 15,17,19,21,37; R&S 10.3

5 and 9 Step Method for 10.1 and 10.2 Problems

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 3/19
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HW14: 10.3 #'s 7,9,17,19,27,29,31,35,37,39;

Problems 16 and 18 worked out in detail

Problems 28 and 38 from an older edition text.

Problem 36 from an older edition text.

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 3/26
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Quiz 6 will be Thursday, 3/21
It will be over HW11, HW12, and HW13 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet, as well as the 5/9 Step handout I
gave out in class. You need to make your own study sheet. You
may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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Tutorial on how to find roots of a function on a TI-84
(We use this technique to find the roots of a derivative, which gives us critical points)

(For those of you who prefer a video, here is one from
Professor Chris Milner from the Clark College Mathematics Division)

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HW15: 10.3 #'s 11,13,33,41,43; R&S

Handout on Apt/Tour type questions for today's hw.

Due: Start of class, Tuesday, 3/26
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HW16: 10.4 # 11; R&S 11.1

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 3/27
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HW17: 11.2 #'s 1,5,7,9,11,15,17,19,43a&b,45a,47; R&S 11.3

Due:  Start of class, Tuesday, 4/2
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Quiz 7 will be Thursday, 4/4
It will be over HW14, HW15, HW16, and HW17 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet, as well as the 5/9 Step handout I
gave out in class. You need to make your own study sheet. You
may not use a copy of someone elses study sheet!

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW18: 11.3 #'s 1-13,17,21,55 odd problems only; R&S 11.4

Due:  Start of class, Tuesday, 4/9
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HW19: 11.4 #'s 1,3,17,21,23,29; R*S 14.1 & 14.2;

Do  these oil-slick problems.

Due: Start of class, Thursday, 4/11
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HW20:  14.1 #'s 9-17,23,35,36; 14.2 #'s 1,3,9,23,25; R&S 14.3

How to evaluate functions of two variables on your TI84

Handout on Differences Between Implicit Differentiation, Related Rate, and Partial Derivative Problems

An old set of lecture notes on this material

Due:  Start of class, Tuesday, 4/16
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HW21:  14.2 #'s 27,29,41; 14.3 #'s 5,7; 14.4 # 22 (the answer is max profit of \$700 when x = 10 and y=10)

Do the problems on this worksheet

R&S 14.4

An old set of lecture notes on this material

Due:  Start of class, Thursday, 4/18
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HW22:  14.4 #'s 1-13 odd,19,24,29; R&S 12.1

Due:  Start of class, Tuesday, 4/23
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HW23:  12.1 #'s 5-31 odd, 41, 43; R&S 12.2 & 12.3;
(Have these ready to turn in at the beginning of class - I will pick them

Integral Short-Cut Rules

Examples worked in the lecture

Due:  Start of class, Thursday, 4/25
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HW24:  12.3 #'s 1-7 odd; 12.4 #'s 1-7 odd; R&S 13.4

Examples worked in the lecture

Due:  Start of class, Tuesday, 4/30
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Final Exam Material:

Website HW assignments: HW18-25

Text Sections:
11.3 Implicit Differentiation - HW18
11.4 Related Rate Problems - HW19
14.1-2 derivatives of functions of two variables - HW20
14.3 Marginal Analysis of functions of two variables - HW21
14.4 find the max/min/saddle points for a function of two variables - HW22
12.1 Integrals - HW23
12.3-4 Exponential Integrals and Applications - HW24
13.4 Definite Integral Applications - HW25

You may bring up to 4 study sheets. In addition, bring 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 10:40 section) is on
Thursday (May 9th) from 10:00 - Noon 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 ... 9/18/2018
Created on ... 7/29/2018

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