## Homework Assignments

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HW1:  Do all the problems on this problem set on exponents.
Use the Properties of Exponents - 1 handout.

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/15

Read and Study these two handouts:

Handout 1 on Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Polynomials
Handout 2 on Factoring Polynomials

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

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/15
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HW2:
1) 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, look back at sections
0.5 and 0.6 from your text!

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

3) 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, Wednesday, 1/22

Remember that we have Monday off for the Martin Luther King holiday!
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HW3:  9.1 #'s 1-9,11,15-27,33,35 (odd problems only);

Do problems a-j on this handout (answers)

Problems and answers for HW2

Lecture notes from today

R&S 9.3

Due: Start of class, Monday, 1/28
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HW4:  9.3 #'s 39,,41,1,5,15,17; R&S 9.4

Lecture notes from today

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 1/30
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Our first, second, and third quizzes will be Wednesday, 1/30
It will be over HW1, HW2, HW3, HW4 (from the website)
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
Quiz 1 will be a timed one-minute quiz on 5 binomial multiplication problems (FOIL.)
Quiz 2 will be a timed 90-second quiz on 5 factoring problems.
Quiz 3 will be questions similar to those on HW1, HW2, HW3, and HW4.
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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HW4:  9.4 #'s 1-25,47,51,55 odd problems only; R&S 9.5

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/3
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HW5: 9.5 #'s 1-21,41,43 odd problems only (you do NOT need to simplify 11-20); R&S 9.6

Some even examples from this homework set (from a previous semester)

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/5
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HW6:  9.6 #'s 33,3-23,37,39,41 odd problems only; R&S 9.7

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/10
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Quiz 4 will be Wednesday, 2/12
It will be over HW4, HW5, and HW6 (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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HW7:  9.7 #'s 33,3-31,37,39 odd problems only; R&S 9.8

Several even examples from 9.7

Example problems 14,24,26,28,30.

Example problems 32,38,42.

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/17
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HW8:  9.8 #'s 1-23 odd, 35; R&S 9.9

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/17
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HW9:  Do all the problems on this Marginal Analysis Handout (I handed it out in class).
(solutions to the problems in the handout)

9.9 #'s 1,3,9-19,25,27,35,37 odd problems only; R&S 10.1

Some even examples from a previous semester.

Lecture notes from today (2/18)

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/19
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HW10:
Part 1: Do the problems on  this Sign-Graph handout.
(answers are  here )

Part 2: Do the problems on  this Critical Points handout.
(answers are  here )

Part 3: R&S 10.1

Lecture notes from today (2/20)

Due: Start of class, Monday, 2/25
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Quiz 5 will be Wednesday, 2/27
It will be over HW7, HW8, HW9, and HW10 (from the website)
HW7  is over Derivatives of More Complicated Functions with Simplifying
HW8  is over 2nd Derivatives
HW9  is over the Marginal Analysis Problem and 9.9 Applications
HW10 is over Sign Graphs and Critical Points
Any question on any assignment is a possible quiz question.
You may bring an 8.5x11" study sheet in addition to your Derivative Rules Handout.
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: 10.1 #'s 7,9,11,13,15,17,31,33,37,39,51 -
Draw the graph using the sign chart on all of
these, just like we did in the class examples!

R&S 10.2

Lecture notes from today (2/25)

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 2/26
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HW12:  10.1 #'s 19,35,49; R&S 10.2

Examples of problems 36 and 50 with rational exponents.

Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/2
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HW13: 10.2 #'s 15,17,19,21,23,37; R&S 10.3 & 10.4

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/4
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Study Example for Problems like 1a on Q5
(the Product Rule with the Power Rule on Steroids)

There will be a problem like this on the next quiz until a majority of
the class shows that they can do this!
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HW14:  10.3 #'s 1,3,5,7,9,15,17,27,29,31,37,39,41;

Two examples of finding average cost from an older edition of the text.

Two problems on finding the maximum profit similar to the hw probs.

Another max profit problem.

Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/9
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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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Quiz 6 will be Wednesday, 3/11
It will be over HW11, HW12, HW13, HW14 and HW15 (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!

There will be one question like question 1a on Quiz 5. There will be
one question each from 10.1 and 10.2. There will be 4 questions from 10.3.

Remember to bring your study sheet (8.5" x 11") and calculator!
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HW15: 10.3 #'s 11,13,33; 10.4 # 11; R&S 11.1-2

Handout showing how to do problems 10, 12, and 34 on 10.3

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 3/11
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HW16:
Do the problems on this handout on log functions.

R&S 11.2

Due: Start of class, Monday, 3/30
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Note that due to the extended Spring Break, the assignment due date has been extended.
We will begin our course online starting Monday, March 30.
You will receive an email with further instructions!
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HW17:
Handouts for today's lesson:
Derivative Shortcut Rules (including today's exponential rules)
Examples worked in today's lecture
(download these and either print them or have them available as you watch the lecture)

Video of today's lecture
(this is a 180MB video, so it will take a while to download!)

HW: 11.2 #'s 1,5,7,9,11,19,43a & b,45a,47; R&S 11.3 & 11.4

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/1
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HW18:
Handouts for today's lesson:
Examples of Different Differentiation Techniques
11.3 Examples worked in today's lecture
(download these and either print them or have them available as you watch the lecture)
11.4 Examples for today's homework.

Video of today's lecture

HW: 11.3 #'s 1-9 odd,17,55; 11.4 \$'s 1,3 R&S 14.1 & 14.2

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/6
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Quiz 7 - Online Quiz will be Wednesday, 4/8
You will need to be in attendance at the meeting in order to take
the quiz. It will be a timed quiz, I will email you the quiz in a
Word document. It will be a multiple choice quiz. You will still
need to do all the work on each problem just like you did for homework and
then you will use that work to anser the questions. You will have to email
me your Word document with your answers by the end of class. The quiz will
end at 2:40. I will deduct points if you email your document after that time.
The longer after 2:40, the more points I will deduct.

It will be over HW17, HW18 and HW19 (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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HW19:
Sample Questions for Quiz 7.

Sample Quiz Answer Sheet.

HW: 11.4 \$'s 5,17,21,23,29; R&S 14.1 & 14.2
(note:  These WILL be on Wednesday's quiz!!!)
(Make sure you understand these before Wednesday! Email me with questions
if you need to!)

Even examples from 11.4 today

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/8
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HW20:
R&S 14.2.

Quiz 7 Answer Sheet.

No video for today - all we did is take our quiz!

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/13
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HW21:
14.2 #'s 1,3,9,17,23,27,29,48,50; 14.3 #'s 5,7; R&S 14.4
(Solution to problem 50)

Do These two problems.

Even examples from 14.2.

How to evaluate functions of two variables on your TI-82/3/4

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/15
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HW22:
14.4 #'s 19,23,25; R&S 12.1 and 12.2

Derivative Test for Critical Points of Functions of Two Variables

Problems almost 50, 12, 20, 22, 24 from a previous semester.

Hint on starting for 14.4, problem 25

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/20
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HW23:  12.1 #'s 5-27odd,41,43,47; 12.3 #'s 1,5,7,11; R&S 13.1 & 2.

Integral Shortcut Rules

Some even examples from a previous lecture on 12.1 problems.

12.1 and 12.3 even examples

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/22
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HW24:  12.4 #'s 1,3,5,7,11; 13.2 #'s 1-11 odd, 27,55; R&S 13.4

Special Formulas for c13s2and4 problems

12.4 Even examples

13.2 Even examples

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Monday, 4/27
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HW25:  13.4 #'s 1-13

Special Formulas for c13s2and4 problems

13.4 Even examples

13.4 Continuous Income Stream Formulas

Video of today's lecture

Due: Start of class, Wednesday, 4/29
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Video of our last lecture
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Final Exam Material:

Website HW assignments: HW21-25

HW21 14.2 Partial Derivatives
HW22 14.4 Maximum Values of Functions of two varibles
HW23 12.1 & 12.3 Indefinite Integrals
HW24 12.4, 13.2 Integral Applications and Definite Integrals
HW25 13.4 Continuous Stream Applications

You may bring up to 4 study sheets plus the formulas and rules handouts I gave out in
class. Be sure to have your 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 some of these, with my answers
on the website (no names mentioned!).
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Final Exam Answer sheet (choose the one you wish)

PDF file

Word document
(you can just type your answers in, save it and attach it to your email)

You can also just write the answers on a blank sheet of paper, take a picture
of it and attach that to your email.

General Instructions: Do each problem on your own paper, select the correct
answer (A,B,C,D, or E) and write/type it on your answer sheet. Be SURE to put
your name on your answer sheet! Email it to me when you finish the exam and
wait until I give you verbal confirmation that I received your answers before
leaving the meeting.

Note: Do NOT share your exam with any other students after the exam is over!
This protects the integrity of the test and preserves the possibility of a
curve. To allow a student in another section to have a copy of the exam before
their test time would be cheating!

During the exam, you may use your calculator and study notes. Do NOT use a
computer, phone, tablet, etc!
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The final exam for MAT1316.02 (the M/W 1:15 section) is on
Monday, May 4th from 12:15 - 2:15 PM in our online class meeting.
You MUST be present during the meeting with your camera and sound turned on
in order to take the final exam.
You my use your calculator but NOT a phone, ipad, android, or other internet
capable device during the final.
You may also use your study sheets and notes.
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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!

Website created on ... 1/6/2020
Last updated on ... 1/16/2020

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