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Math 109 Calculus I Spring, '13
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Date Due Reading Problems ( *= interesting but optional) Optional
1/22-25
1.1
SC 0.B1  Numbers [on-line]
WA: Review: Algebra; Lines; Circles; Functions; Trig SC 0.A What is Calculus?
1/24-25
SC 0.B2 Functions [on-line] 

CET: Appendix B
WA: HW #1 M109 1.1 Function Notation and Representation On-line Mapping Figure Activities
1-31  1.2
SC 0.C [on-line]
WA: HW #2 M109 Lines (repeat of review!) and models  On Moodle: SC 0.B3 Lines
Practice Reality Quiz 1.
2-5 2.1
WA: HW #3 M109 Secant&Tangent Lines, Av. Rates (2.1) On Moodle:SC I.A; I.B
Stewart: 1.3
, 1.4
2-8 2.7On Moodle: SC I.D
On Moodle: SC I. E
HW #4 109 The Derivative! (2.7)  2.7: 3(a[ignore i and ii.Use 4steps as in class],b),
4(a[ignore i and ii.Use 4steps as in class],b),  9
2-11 2.8
3.1
HW #5 109 The Derivative More(2.8) 2.7: Use the 4 steps method with x or t = a when appropriate in 11,13,17-19; 25
2.8: 1;3;19-22 Use the 4 steps method to find f '(a) 

3.1
On Moodle SC I F.1
HW #6 109 The Derivative for some Fns! (3.1)

3.1
HW #7 109 The Derivative Calculus Begins (3.1)  

3.1
HW #8 109 The Derivative Calculus w/ e^x (3.1)

2.8
HW #9 109 Calculus... 2nd and 1st Deriv. (3.1)

2.5, 3.1,3.2 HW #10 109S13 Products w / ln (3.2)

2.5 pp118-120; 126-127
2.8 p 157-160 Example 5
Differentiability and continuity
3.2
HW #11 109S13 Continuity I ( 2.5)
HW #12 109 Continuity and IVT (2.5)




3.2
HW #13 109 Product and Quotient Rules (3.2)

4.8 pp 338-340 Read web materials on Newton's Method.
Review for MONDAY:
Appendix D 
Especially formulae 6-8,10,12,13
HW #14 109 Newton's Method (4.8)

3.3 Trig Derivatives
HW #15 109 Trigonometric Functions ( 3.3 )  

3.4 The Chain Rule 
HW #16 109 Chain Rule I ( 3.4 )

3.9 Related Rates
HW #17 109 Related Rates, More Chain Rule(3.9+)


2.5 Implicit differentiation
Read web materials on implicit differentiation.
HW #18 109 Implicit Diff'n ( 3.5 )


3.6 Logs HW #19 109 Ln and logarithmic diff'n (3.6 )


3.10 (i)  250-251 
(ii) 253-254 
Read web materials on differentials
SC Ch 3A1 on Moodle

HW #20 109 Estimation (linear & dy) (3.10 )


4.1
On-Line tutorial on Max/mins 
HW #21 109 Extremes ( 4.1 )

4.7 HW #22 109 Extremes II (4.7)

4.3(i) 290-292

(ii)292-297
HW #23 109 MVT Plus ( 4.2 &4.3 )
HW #24 109 concavity I (4.3)



HW #25 109 Concavity II(& Words) ( 4.3 & 4.7 )

2.2, 4.4 (Asymptotes, infinite limits)
HW #26 109 Graphing+max/min (2.6; 4.5, 4.7)

IVA(On-line)
A java graph showing 
f (x)=P'(x) related for f a cubic polynomial
HW #27 109 Antiderivatives and DE's (4.9)

4.9
IVB (On-line) Read
HW #28 109 Indefinite Integrals & IVP's (4.9)


9.2 (i) 585-588 
IVD (on-line)
HW #29 109 direction fields DE's & IVP's (9.2)

Examination #2 Self Scheduled (See Moodle)
Covers primarily Assignments 18-29.


IVE (on-line) HW #30 109 Euler's Method ( 9.2)
Below this line is not  assigned!


 MarginalCost ?




Read web materials on trigonometric derivatives. HW #17 109 Trigonometric Functions II ( 3.3 )

3.7, 3.8
HW #22 109 Ln and differentiation (3.6)

(i)pp271-274 
(ii) pp275-276 plus 

(iii) reread ... all



4.7 HW #24 109 Extremes II (4.7)

4.2 The MVT!


4.3(i) 287-289

(ii) 290-294
HW #25 109 MVT Plus ( 4.2 &4.3 )
HW #26 109 concavity I (4.3)


2.2 pp94-96 Vertical Asymptotes HW #27 109 Concavity II (and Words) ( 4.3 & 4.7 )

4.4 (i) 298-302  
Horiz. Asymptotes 
(ii)



4.6 (i) Read Examples 1-3! 
(ii) Read Example 4
HW #29 109 Graphing (with tech)+max/min (4.6, 4.7)  

9.2 (i) 572-575  
     (ii) 575-577
HW #31 109 direction fields DE's & IVP's (9.2)





IVE (on-line) HW #32 109 Euler's Method ( 9.2)

IVF READ


VA ( On Line) NEW! HW #33 109 The Fundamental theorem I 

5.3 (i) and (ii) p391-392 
(iii) p393-396
HW #33 109 The Fundamental theorem I

Appendix E p.A34 
Sum Notation



5.4 (i)and (ii)p347-350 
(iii)351-352











5.5 (i) 400-403
(ii) 403-406



5.2 (i) p; Example 2a; . 
(ii)



6.5


6.1 (i) pages
(ii) pages



6.2 (i) pp  
(ii) pp
(iii)p



6.3


6.4 p


2.4?


(i) Sens. Calc. I.C.1 on Probability Models 

(ii) Calculus and Probability Outline (on-line)




5.1



Read on-line  Sens. Calc. 0.C on Probability Models


Read on-line  
Sens. Calc. I.C.1 on Probability Models





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