I  II  III  IV 
6/1 >IV.D 111 odd 23. 24 6/1> 4.10. 43, 45, 47, 48, 51, 52 6/5 >10.2 (i) 26, 9, 11, *15 6/5> (ii) 21, 23 6/5> IV.E 59 odd (a,b), 20 21,24 6/5 Read pp 416422 exponential functions, I.F.2 , 428430(review of logs) 6/6>I.F.2 3, 4 6/6> Read VI.A, do7.2 (i) 29, 33, 34, 37, 4751, 57, 61, 63, 53 6/7> (ii) Problems lost: 60, 62, 70, 7177 odd, 79, 80, 85, 86 6/6> 7.3 Review of logs 317 odd, 31, 33, 35, 41, 47, 5961, *78 6/7> Read VI.B. 6/8 > 7.4 (i) 39 odd, 25, 28, 8, 22 6/8 > (ii) 15, 13, 35, 52 6/12> Log diff'n (iii) 4547, 53, 58, *64 6/8 > Integration (iv) 65  71 odd 6/8 > VI.B: 13,14 6/8> Read VI.C 6/13 > p468 :19, 23, 33, 37, 51 6/13 Read about the inverse tangent function on p4723. Do:7.5 , 2a,3a,5b, 16 
6/14> 7.5 (i) 2527,34,38, *58 (ii) 59, 62, 64, 67, 69, 70, 74*, 75* (iii) 22, 23, 24, 29, 20, 47, 48, 63, 68 6/15> Read VII.C 6/15> 8.1 ( integration by parts) (i) 111 odd; 33, 51, 54 6/19> (ii) 15, 21, 23, 25, 29, 30, 41, 42, 45, 46 6/19> 10.3 (separation of variables) 1,3,4,7, 9, 10, 15 6/20 > 10.4. (growth/decay models) (i) 17 odd ; (ii) 911; 6/21> (iii) 13,14, 17 6/21> 10.5 (logistic models) 1, 5, *(11,12 POW?) 6/21> 8.7 (numerical integration) (i) 1,4, 7a, 11(a,b), 27 ( n= 4, 8), 33a 6/27> (simpson's method) (ii) 7b, 11c, 31, 32, 35, 36, *44, 29 More help on Simpson's rule, etc can be found in V.D

6/21> Begin to
Read VII.F(rational
functions)
6/22 > 8.4 (i) 13,14, 29 6/28> (ii) 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 25 6/29> (iii) 31, 35, 36, 62 6/22> 8.8 (improper integrals) (i) 3, 5,7,8,9, 13,21, 41 6/28> (ii) 2730, 33,34, 37,38 7/5> (iii) 49, 51, 55, *60, 61, 57, 71 7/5 >Read IXA : Problems due 7/6: 13 7/10> IXA: 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 7/10> Read IX B 7/11> IX B: Problems due 7/11 (i)1,2,4, 5, 7, 11, 13,14, *23 7/12>IX.C: (i) 15 7/12>IX.C (ii) 68 7/17> IX.C (iii) 11,13,1517 7/13> IX.D: 1,3,5,8,10, 14, 15 
7/17>read 12.1 pp 727729, examples 58 (sequences converge)also X.A 7/17> 12.1: 323 odd 7/18 > read 12.2 pp 738 741 (series geometric series) 7/19> 12.2 (i) (series geometric series): 3, 1115, 3537, *51 7/20> read 12.2 pp 742745 (ii) 2131 odd, 41 45, 49, 50 7/24> 12.3: (i) 1, 37 7/24> (ii) 915 odd Optional: Read X.B1_4 7/19> 8.2 (trig integrals) (i) 15, 715 odd
8.3 (trig subs)

7/27> Read 7.7 p
487 note 3 : (i) 511 odd
7/31> Read examples 15: (ii) 21, 27, 29, 15, 23, 18, 33 8/1 > read examples 68 (iii) 3943 odd; 4751 odd, 67, 71 8/2 > (iv) 55, 57; 63; 69, *96, *97 8/3> 11.6 : read pp 70910 (i) 17 odd; 27, 29 8/3> read pp 71112(ii) 1114; 31,33 8/7> (iii) 1922; 37,39; 47, *50 9.1 : 1,3; 19, 21 9.2?: 5, 7, 9 9.5 : 1, 3, *7 
7/31> 12.4: (comparison test) (i) 37 > (ii) 917 odd 7/31> 12.6: Use the ratio test to test for convergence. 2, 17,23,20, 29, 31, *34 8/1> read 12.6 through example 5. 8/1>12.6: 39 odd, 19,20, *(31,32), 33, 35 8/1> Optional: Read X.B5 8/2 > 12.5: 311 odd; 21, 23, 27, *35 8/7> 12.7: 111 odd 8/2> Optional: Read XI.A 8/3> 12.8: 311 odd 8/7>12.9: 39 odd, 25, 29 8/7>12.10: 31,35,56, 41, 45, 57, 58 
Week  Mon.  Tues.  Wed.  Thurs. 
1  5/29 Mem. Day
NO CLASS 
5/30 Introduction & Review  5/31 Differential equations and Direction Fields IV.D
[Demos from BradleySmith 1. 2] 
6/1 Euler's Method IV.E 
2  6/5 7.2 The natural exponential function. I.F.2;
e and y = exp(x)
Models for (Population) Growth and Decay: y' = k y; y(0)=1. k = 1.VI.A 
6/6 More on the exponential function.VI.A  6/7. The natural logarithm function.I.F.2
y = ln (x) and ln(2)
Models for learning. y' = k / x; y(1)=0. k =1; 
6/8 VI.B
logarithmic differentiation. 7.3 & 7.4, 7.2* 
3  6/12 Connections: 7.4* VI.C
ln(exp(x)) = x exp(ln(y)) = y The Big Picture 
6/13Arctan.VI.D  6/14 Begin Integration by parts. 8.1 and VII.C.  6/15 More integration by parts.
Separation of variables. 10.3 . 
4  6/19Growth/Decay Models. 10.4 .
The Logistic Model 10.5 
6/20 Finish the Logistic.
Numerical Integration.(Linear) Begin Integration of rational functions VII.F 
6/21
Integration of rational functions I. Improper Integrals I 
6/22 [Not on EXAM I]More Numerical Integration. (quadratic) V.D 
5  6/26 Exam I Covers [5/30,6/21]  6/27
Rational functions II. Improper Integrals II. 
6/28 Rational functions III. VII.F  6/29 Improper Integrals III
Taylor Theory I. IXA 
6  7/3 NO CLASS  7/4 Indep. Day
NO CLASS 
7/5 Discussed Math'l Induction.
Taylor Theory I. IXA 
7/6 Taylor theory II.Applications: Definite integrals and DE's 
7  7/10
Taylor theory III.IXB. 
7/11
Taylor theory IV. IX.C 
7/12 IX.D
Finish Taylor theory. 
7/13 Begin Sequences and series. 
8  7/17 Geometric sequences. Sequence properties.Use of absolute values. Incr&bdd above implies converent. Begin geometric series.  7/18 Trig Integrals I [sin&cos]
Geometric and Taylor Series. Series Conv. I 
7/19 Trig Integrals II
[sec&tan] Series Conv. II divergence test 
7/20 (positive series & Integral test) Series Conv. III 
9  7/24 Trig substitution I (sin)  7/25 Exam II Covers [6/22, 7/20]  7/26
L'Hopital's rule I Trig substitution II (tan ) Other Inverse Functions (Arcsin) 
7/27 Positive comparison & ratio test Series Conv. IV
L'Hopital's rule II Trig substitution III ( sec) 
10  7/31 Series Conv. V Absolute conv and general ratio test,
L'Hopital III Power Series I (Using the ratio test  convergence)XI.A 
8/1 Series Conv.VI
cond'l conv and alternating series L'Hopital IV 
8/2 Power Series II (Interval of convergence)XI.A
Conics I Intro to locianalytic geometry issues (parabolae, ellipses) 
8/3
Power Series III (DE'sand Calculus) Conics II hyperbolae 
11  8/7Review&Summary of Series Calculus  8/8 Review of quizzes 19&20. Arc Length VIII.B  8/9 Final Examination 
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