Homework Assignment History

Spring 2014

  • Homework #1 (22 January)

    • Double check your email address listed in Self-Serve; use UHA acccount
    • Essay - My Mathematical Experience.  Email to motto@hartford.edu   (due 23 January by 2100).
    • Begin Reading Chapter 1
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  • Homework # 2 (24 January)

  • Homework # 3 (27 January)

    • Prepare this homework to be turned in on Wednesday

      • Consider the polynomial f(x) = (x - 3)2 (x + 1)(2x + 5)(x - 1)

        • What is the domain and range for this function?

        • Expand the polynomial.  What is the degree of this polynomial?

        • What is the number of possible roots?   Identify the roots and the type of number they are.

        • Sketch the graph.

        • Where does the finction increase and decrease?

    • State the domain and range for the trigonometric functions:

      • tan(x), cot(x), sec(x), csc(x).

    • Group Worksheet Review 2: Functions & Transformations II (due 31 January at 0830) (Solution)

    • Continue working on the WeBWork Assignment # 1 (due 31 January at 2100)

  • Homework # 4 (29 January)

    • Sketch the graph for the  following:

      • f(x) = (x2 +5x + 6)/(x2 - 25)

      • g(x) =(x2 - 8x + 15)/(x2 +6x + 9)

    • Extra Credit:   There is a town where the temperature is 30 degrees at 6 am, 60 degrees at 6 pm, and 30 degrees at 6 am the next day.   This temperature cycle repeats.   Model it using a tringonometric function.

    • Group Worksheet Review # 3: Trigonometry I (Solution)

    • Continue working on the WeBWork Assignment # 1 (due 31 January at 2100)

  • Homework #5 (31 January)

  • Homework #6 (3 February)

  • Homework #7 (5 February)

    • Snow Day

  • Homework #8 (7 February)

    • Study for Test # 1

    • Laboratory 1

    • Check out the video in Blackboard!

  • Homework #9 (10 February)

    •  Test Day

    • Watch the videos

  • Homework #10 (12 February)

  • Homework #11 (14 February)

    • Snow Day

    • Watch the videos.

  • Homework #12 (17 February)

    • Send me the reference for the proof of  lim (sin x)/x as x goes to 0.

    • Show by means of a table that the limit for # 15 on the Worksheet # 1 does not exits using Excel.  Here is a sample Spreadsheet.

    • Show that the limit of # 19 on the Worksheet # 1 is e using a table generated Using Excel

  • Homework #13 (19 February)

    • Work on Laboratory 1 (due Monday 3 March)

    • Section 2.3 (p. 111): 9 - 23 odd only

    • Worksheet # 2 (PDF - View in FireFox) Problems 6, 7, and 8 

    • Using Excel determine the limit for # 11 on Worksheet # 1

  • Homework # 14 (21 February)

    • Watch the new videos

    • Section 2.3 (p. 111): 9 - 23 even only

    • Work on Laboratory 1

  • Homework # 15 (24 February)

  • Homework # 16 (26 February)

    • Complete problems on Worksheet # 2

  • Homework # 17 (28 February)

  • Homework # 18 (3 March)

    • Complete Practice Test # 2

  • Homework # 19 (5 March )

    • Study for Test

  • Homework # 20 (7 March)

  • Homework # 21 (10 March)

    • 3.1 (p. 181):  3 - 21

    • 3.2 (p. 188):  3 - 19 (odd)

    • 3.3 (p. 195): 1 - 11 (odd)

  • Homework # 22 (12 March)

  • Homework # 23 (24 March)

  • Homework # 24 (26 March)

    • Work on Lab 2

    • Study for Test # 3

  • Homework # 25  (28 March)

    • Complete the Functional Analysis problem from Derivative Worksheet

    • Work on Laboratory 2

  • Homework # 26 (31 March)

    • Complete the Optimization Problems from Worksheet

    • Work on Laboratory 2

  • Homework # 27 (2 April)

    • Work on Laboratory 2 (due 11 April)

    • Do an analysis of the function f(x) = x2/3 (6 - x)1/3

    • 4.1 (p. 260):  3, 5, 10, 12, 17 (related rate)

    • 4.6 (p. 305):  3, 8, 11, 16, 21  (optimization problems)

  • Homework # 28 (4 April)

    • 4.1 (p. 260):  18, 22

    • 3.8 (p. 237) 8, 15, 25

  • Homework # 29 (7 April)

    • 4.8 (p.321):  19 - 35 odd

    • Work on Laboratory 2

  • Homework # 30 (9 April)

    • Work on Laboratory 2

  • Homework # 31 (11 April)

    • Add onto the spreadsheet developed in class.  Create 40 entries for the spreadsheet.  Bring it to class for discussion  Area SS
    • Extra Credit given if you find a value for n where the following statement is true:          20. 5 < A < 21.5 where A is the estimate for the area under the curve.
  • Homework # 32 (14 April)
    • 5.2 (p. 353): 5, 7, 21 - 25, 29, 31
    • 5.3 (p. 363): 1 - 27 (by hand or by calculator)
  • Homework # 33 (16 April)
  • Homework # 34 (18 April)
    • No Class
    • Work on Take Home Test
  • Homework (2 May 2014)
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