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Assignments and recommended problems

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P.1 (Numbers) 1-9 odd; 13-25 odd; 29, 30; 47-51 odd; 71-74; 81-85 odd; 97-113 odd

P.5 (Equations) (i) 1-5 odd; 7-10; 15, 18, 21, 24, 27,... 36, 39;41-51odd

(ii) 57-63 odd; 71-81 odd; 84, 85, 87,89,91,93; 123, 124

P.6 (Inequalities)(i) 1-19 odd; 21,24,27,30,33, 36; 37-44; 57, 59, 61,62

(ii) 63-75 odd;,85-88; 91-93; 101,102

P.8 (2 dim'l data)1-21 odd; 26-28; 31,32; 35,36;46-48

1.1 (graphs/eq'ns)(i) 1-7odd; 9-12; 92(a,b)

(symm./circles) (ii) 23-27 odd;29,30;33-38; 39-45odd;
69-71;*75,79,81

1.3 (functions) (i)1-9, 23, 24,
25-33 odd, 37-40 also draw mapping figure for 37-40 (see handout)

(ii) 43- 60 odd; 61- 64; 71, 72, 74,76; 79, 81, 85

1.4 (more)
1-11 odd, 19-22 (a only);47-53 odd; 57-59

P.2
1,4,7,10,... ,70, 107

3.1 (298-300) (i) 1-6, 15-20

(301-304) (ii)
21-26 (we will discuss these further in lab on Tuesday)

(iii) 29, 37

(iv) 47-49, 51; 35, 36; 57, 61

(v)59, 63

3.2 (310-311) (i) 1-6; 9-14; 19-27; 31-34

(ii) 7,8,15-17, 29,30,35-39;45-50; 71, 72, 78

3.3
(i) 19, 22, 25,..., 37; 41, 44, 47, 59

(ii) 3-17odd; 49-58; 69-79 odd; 89

3.4
(i) 1- 9 odd

(ii) 11-19 odd; 27,30,...,45; 55-61 odd

(iii) 85-92

3.5
(i) 7-13,21; 25-27; 31-37 odd, 45; 57, 59; 74

4.3
(i) 1-8( sin , cos, tan only); 37;57-60

(ii) 1-8( csc, sec, cot only); 9-11; 19,20; 38-42; 61-64; 65, 67,69

4.4
(i) 1-7 odd; 13-15, 19; 35-38; 43-45;53-55;75-77,83

4.1
5-14; 25-32;39-46; 71-73

6.1
(i) 1-4,7,8,26

(ii) 5,6, 13,14,17-20; 29,33,39,40

6.2
(i) 1-5, 8, 9,10,23,26,31,33

(ii) 7, 14,15, 17, 28, 37

4.2
1-21 odd; 31-35; 45- 51; 59, 60

4.5
1-21 odd; 31-37 odd; 49, 51

61-64; 69-76;83-86

4.6
1-8; 55-58

9-17,21,27,31-35,65, 67, 69, 79, 80

4.7
Warm-ups..1-10.

1-25 odd; 35-39; 45-57 odd,83

71-75;85-88

4.8
3,13, 19,25, 27,49, 51

5.3
5-27 odd, 65

5.1 Read p 458 2,5,7,8; warmup 1-4; 19-24;31-39 odd; 71,73,75

5.2
1-15

16-30

30-45

5.4
7-19 odd;21-24; 31-34;47-52; *78

5.5 read 493-498 1-4;9,11,23,35-37,45,47,103

2.1
1-8; 9-21 odd;37-41 odd,43-45;47;51;53

2.5
1,4,7,10,13,..., 49; 65-71 odd

2.1
61,63,65,67

2.2
1-8, 9; 27-36;43,47-52;*78

2.7
1-12

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**Spring, 1999
COURSE INFORMATION
M.FLASHMAN**

MATH 115: ALG. AND ELEM. FUNCTIONS
**OFFICE: **Library 48 E-MAIL: flashman@axe.humboldt.edu
PHONE:826-4950

WWW: http://www.humboldt.edu/~mef2/

Hours
AND BY APPOINTMENT or by CHANCE!
**PREREQUISITE: **Math code 40 (or better) or permission.

**TESTS and ASSIGNMENTS:** Homework assignments are made regularly
and should be passed in on the due date. Work is graded Acceptable/Unacceptable
with problems to be redone.

Redone work should be returned for grading promptly. These assignments
will be discussed in class on a daily basis and the quizzes will have similar
problems.

During the semester there will be two special "team" assignments which
I will grade (numerically).

There will be eight quizzes (15-30 minutes)
usually given on Thursdays.

The final examination for the course will be comprehensive and will
be held Tursday, August 13th during class time.

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Students wishing to schedule an earlier final examination may request
an alternate time no later than Monday, May 3rd.

MAKE-UP TESTS WILL NOT BE GIVEN EXCEPT FOR VERY SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES!

It is the student's responsibility to request a makeup promptly, especially
for especially for unauthorized absence.

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Quizzes 1-7 best 6 scores
600

Quiz 8
100

Homework
50

Team Assignments
100

Final Exam
250

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Total Available Points
1100

IN A LOWER FINAL GRADE FOR POOR ATTENDENCE.

See the Summer Session course list for a full list of relevant days.

**COMPUTERS:** During this course the computer will be used
for some problems. For this purpose, we will meet in Science D 017,
a PC-computer lab, when announced, at the regularly scheduled hours.
We will use WinPlot, X(PLORE), a powerful and friendly system designed
to help learn calculus with the computer, and Geometer's Sketchpad. You
will need one 3 1/2" disc on which you can keep your own work. WinPlot
is freeware and can be obtained from me or over the internet. A version
of X(PLORE) is available at the bookstore for MAC based PC's along
with the PC version we will use.

**Graphing Calculators**: Graphing calculators are welcome and highly
recommended. If you would like to purchase one or have one already, let
me know. I try to help those with their own technology when possible during
office hours or by appointment (not in class). I will use the HPG for some
in-class work though most graphing calculators will be able to do much
of this work. Supplementary materials will be distributed if needed. [HP48G's
will be available for students to borrow for the term by arrangement with
the Math department.]