Homework quizzes cannot be made up. If you hand in your homework paper in advance of a class you are going to miss, I can use it to compute a quiz grade. A certain number of homework quizzes will be dropped at the end of the term.

In Math 314, an assignment is to be turned in one week after it is assigned, if no explicit due date is given on the schedule. Late homework papers are accepted, possibly for less value.

**Monday 22 August****Math 170:**1.1 lines

Section 1.1 in online text: 1-10, 11, 13, 17.

**Math 314:****Tuesday 23 August****Math 170:**1.2 distance formulas and circles

Section 1.2 in online text: 1-6. Schaum's p. 34 problems 6ace,7ace,12. Many problems have answers; you will be marked on work shown.

**Math 314:****Wednesday 24 August****Math 170:**1.3 formulas

Section 1.3 in online text: 1-16

1.1 due (which usually means I give a quiz, not that I collect papers). It is likely that I will give one quiz covering 1.1 and 1.2 on Friday rather than a quiz Wednesday.

**Math 314:****Friday 26 August****Math 170:**1.4 shifts and stretches of graphs

Section 1.4 in online text: 1-11 odd, 13-16.

1.2 due. As noted above, my current plan is to quiz 1.1 and 1.2 together on Friday.

**Math 314:****Monday 29 August****Math 170:**2.1/2.2 slopes of curves – preliminary examples

Section 2.1: 1,3,4-6,8; section 2.2: 2,3.

1.3 due

**Math 314:****Tuesday 30 August****Math 170:**2.3 limits

Section 2.3: 1-18. Schaum's p. 62 problem 16 all parts.

1.4 due

**Math 314:****Wednesday 31 August****Math 170:**2.3 limits

**Math 314:****Friday 2 September**Last day to register, add classes, change from credit-to-audit or audit-to-credit, and last day to drop classes without a W and receive a refund (less $50 processing fee) for Regular session classes. For drop deadline dates see Deadlines by Session table.**Math 170:**2.3 limits

**Math 314:****Monday 5 September**Labor Day, no classes**Math 170:**

**Math 314:****Tuesday 6 September****Math 170:**2.3 formal definition of limit

2.1/2 quiz

**Math 314:****Wednesday 7 September****Math 170:**2.4 derivatives

2.4: online text 1-7; Schaum's pp. 77-78 problems 18 (all parts; I am willing to do many of these on demand in class) and 19 (all parts).

**Math 314:**Homework I is up on my main web page (I put it up Sunday but didnt put a note here; my bad).

**Friday 9 September****Math 170:**2.4 derivatives; also a review of definition of limit issues.

2.3 quiz

**Math 314:****Monday 12 September****Math 170:**2.5 properties of functions

2.3 formal definition and proof quiz

**Math 314:****Tuesday 13 September****Math 170:**3.1 power rule

2.4 quiz

**Math 314:****Wednesday 14 September****Math 170:**Test I

**Math 314:**Homework I due at class

**Friday 16 September****Math 170:**3.1/3.2

**Math 314:****Monday 19 September****Math 170:**test review

**Math 314:****Tuesday 20 September****Math 170:**3.2 linearity of the derivative

3.1:1-6;3.2:1-5,7,9; Schaum's p. 87 probs 27-31.

**Math 314:****Wednesday 21 September****Math 170:**3.3 product rule –actually started 3.4 as well.

3.3 online: 1-6. You know the derivative of the weird thing with the radical from section 2.1. 3.4 online: 1,2,5,6,9. I find that I am going to have to give you one more rule of differentiation before I can assign problems from the Schaum's outline; I'll give it tomorrow. It doesn't provide problems that you can do with just 3.1-4 from the online text!

**Math 314:****Friday 23 September****Math 170:**3.4 quotient rule

3.1/2 quiz

**Math 314:**Homework II posted; computer lab 2 "due"

**Monday 26 September****Math 170:**3.5 chain rule

3.5 online problems 1-22; Schaum's outline problems 31-46: these use the generalized power rule I talked about on Friday, which is a special case of the chain rule.

in class board exercises

**Math 314:****Tuesday 27 September****Math 170:**3.5 chain rule

3.3/4 quiz

**Math 314:****Wednesday 28 September****Math 170:**4.1 trig review

in class board exercises

**Math 314:**Test I Part I propositional logic

**Friday 30 September**Last day to drop classes with a W or completely withdraw from the Regular session. No Refund. Attempts to drop after this deadline are almost always unsuccessful.**Math 170:**4.1 trig review

worksheet is on my main web page for 4.1 homework

**Math 314:**drafts of one or more proofs from Homework II due

**Monday 3 October****Math 170:**4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 derivatives of sine and cosine

online text section 4.3 problems 1,2,4,5 (I'll say something in class tomorrow about how to do these); section 4.4 1-5; section 4.5 1-12, 15, 16; Schaum's p. 150 #25 all parts

**Math 314:****Tuesday 4 October****Math 170:**4.6/4.7 exponential and logarithmic functions

online text section 4.6 probs 1-6 (review of exponents and logs); 4.7 probs 1-19 (derivatives with exponents and logs); Schaum's p. 211 problem 8 all parts; problem 11 (Ill talk about this tomorrow); p. 219 problem 8 except part e.

3.5 quiz (delayed due to copier disaster)

**Math 314:****Wednesday 5 October****Math 170:**4.6/4.7 exponential and logarithmic functions

inclass derivative activities at the board; hand in 4.1 worksheet

**Math 314:**final version of Homework II due

**Friday 7 October****Math 170:**4.8 actually covered 4.9: online text 1-8,9*,11,14 (9 is starred because it will take some thought to set up); unexpectedly, the Schaum's outline is not much help (they are asking much harder questions).

quiz on 4.3-5.

**Math 314:**Test I Part II formal arithmetic

**Monday 10 October**Columbus Day: classes as usual**Math 170:**4.8/4.9 4.8 covered: online text problems 1-6; Schaum's outline p. 227 has lots of examples: problem 10 a-u are all good, and I officially assign parts A through L.

**Math 314:**Homework III: chapter 1 problem 1 all parts (v you might sketch); 2, 3 parts i-iii, 5 parts i, ii, vi-ix, 8* (I will do some or all of this in class, but try to do your own writeup). Chapter 2: 1, 3*, 5, 8, 12. Its due next Monday.

**Tuesday 11 October****Math 170:**4.9 Implicit differentiation

**Math 314:****Wednesday 12 October****Math 170:**Test II

4.10/4.11

**Math 314:****Friday 14 October****Math 170:**5.5 Inverse trig functions and hyperbolic functions

**Math 314:****Monday 17 October****Math 170:**5.1/5.2 Graphing review, asymptotes

**Math 314:****Tuesday 18 October****Math 170:**5.1/5.2 actually discussed precalculus sketching of graphs of rational functions and polynomials, then discussed the relation between sign of the derivative and intervals of increase and decrease, local maxima and minima of a function. Chapeter 5 worksheet 1 is posted on my main web page.

**Math 314:****Wednesday 19 October****Math 170:**5.1/5.2 5.2 online – 1-9, 11, 13; Schaums p. 115 #23 all parts.

**Math 314:****Friday 21 October****Math 170:**5.3/5.4 5.3 online – 1-8; 5.4 online 1-19 except 10 (you can do it if you like, but it looks horrid); Schaum's p. 116 problem 24 all parts; Schaum's p. 127 problem 13 all parts: you need detailed work to support their detailed answers.

**Math 314:**Homework IV: chapter 1 20, 21* (both of these will get answered in the course of our treatment of limit theorems, but they are worth writing out); chapter 4 problem 2 (this is a good exercise in proof strategy and properties of inequalities); chapter 5 problem 1 all parts; problem 3 ii iii iv viii; problem 8 all parts; 12, 13, 17. Due a week from this coming Monday.

**Monday 24 October****Math 170:**5.3/5.4 concavity and points of inflection

Chapter 5 worksheet 1 due

**Math 314:****Tuesday 25 October****Math 170:**6.2

5.2 probs due

**Math 314:****Wednesday 26 October****Math 170:**6.2 related rates: online 6.2 problems 4,6,7,8,9,10,14,16,18. Schaum's p. 171 probs 11-17. Watch my main web page for new curve sketching worksheet; it will go up later today or tomorrow.

**Math 314:****Friday 28 October****Math 170:**6.2

**Math 314:****Monday 31 October****Math 170:**6.1

notice that chapter 5 worksheet 2 has been posted; it is due the day before the exam.

**Math 314:**Homework IV due – boo!

**Tuesday 1 November****Math 170:**6.1 optimization: online text 6.1 problems 2-9, 10, 12, 19,23,27; Schaum's p. 116 27-34. I recommend reading the solved word problems on pp. 111-115. The best way to study them is probably to write them down (JUST the problem, not the solution), attempt them, then compare with what they do.

5.3/4 quiz

**Math 314:****Wednesday 2 November****Math 170:**6.1

**Math 314:****Friday 4 November****Math 170:**6.4 linear approximation -actually continued 6.1

6.2 quiz

**Math 314:****Monday 7 November****Math 170:**6.3 Newton's method: section 6.3 online probs 1-4; Schaums p. 179 19,20,22,26. We have not skipped 6.4; we will do it next.

**Math 314:****Tuesday 8 November****Math 170:**6.5 actually covered 6.4: online text probs 1-5; Schaums p. 178 7-10, 12, 17.

6.1 quiz likely

**Math 314:****Wednesday 9 November****Math 170:**review

curve sketching worksheet due

**Math 314:**Homework 5: chapter 6 problems 3,4,7,10 (here you need to think),12 (this is like something I did in class but not exactly like it),14^* (14 is a challenge and I will give some guidance). The questions on the exam re chapter 6 will be easier, and this set will be due sometime after the exam (probably shortly after we come back from break).

**Friday 11 November**Veteran's Day: classes as usualWhat happened on the 11th day of the 11th hour in the 11th month? Of what year? Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it.

**Math 170:**Test III

**Math 314:****Monday 14 November****Math 170:**6.5 mean value theorem

6.5 online text: 1-10, 12.

**Math 314:****Tuesday 15 November****Math 170:**7.1 examples introducing integration

a quiz on 6.3 and 6.4 will be given

**Math 314:****Wednesday 16 November****Math 170:**7.1

**Math 314:**Test II on Spivak up to ch 6

**Friday 18 November****Math 170:**7.2 fundamental theorem of calculus

7.2: online text, 1-9 (antiderivatives, doable from my lecture; they do not have enough examples, and I will probably post a worksheet; the Schaums does not help); 11-16 (fundamental theorem of calculus, new material Im lecturing today). There is an additional paper worksheet, which I am distributing today in class. If you miss class today, you can get the sheet from the envelope on the door of my office. The building is open during most of the break.

**Math 314:****Monday 21 November**Thanksgiving, no classes**Math 170:**

**Math 314:****Tuesday 22 November**Thanksgiving, no classes**Math 170:**

**Math 314:****Wednesday 23 November**Thanksgiving, no classes**Math 170:**

**Math 314:****Friday 25 November**Thanksgiving, no classes**Math 170:**

**Math 314:****Monday 28 November****Math 170:**7.2 continued

**Math 314:**Homework 6: ch 7 problem 1 i-vii; 5, 11. I like #18 (its not assigned but interesting to do and not as hard as the star indicates); ch 8 problems 1, 5, 12. I like #17(not assigned, just liked; I may talk about it); ch 22 problems 4b, 11, 19, 31a (31b might be done in class). I might write some additional exercises, especially on limits of sequences. I strongly encourage you to bring these problems to office hours to talk to me about... Some of these problems may be "given away" partly or completely during lectures...

**Tuesday 29 November****Math 170:**7.3 properties of integrals

assigning online text 7.3 problems 1-6. By "net distance" they mean "displacement".

**Math 314:****Wednesday 30 November****Math 170:**8.1 8.1 online text problems 1-20. That looks quite good to start with; you might get a later assignment with stuff from the Schaums. I'll be talking about this more on Friday.

expect a day of board exercises on antiderivatives, initial value problems, and integrals.

**Math 314:****Friday 2 December****Math 170:**Test IV will be given as part of the final exam.

8.1 integration by substitution –be sure to include substitution into definite integrals.

expect a quiz on the 7.2 homework and worksheet.

**Math 314:**Homework 5 due

**Monday 5 December****Math 170:**8.1 (subs into definite integral) and 9.1 (areas between curves): online text, 9.1 problems 1,3,4,7,12.

**Math 314:****Tuesday 6 December****Math 170:**board work on 8.1 (possibly also on 9.1); 7.3 quiz

**Math 314:****Wednesday 7 December****Math 170:**Brief lecture on a couple of topics possible, with worksheet to be posted; review sheet out by now or before; review; 8.1 quiz. Final worksheet is on my main page covering total change formula and acceleration problems.

**Math 314:****Friday 9 December****Math 170:**review 9.1 and final worksheet can be turned in either on Friday or at the final (they will be checked off)

**Math 314:**Homework 6 is due at the final; bringing drafts of your work by me is strongly encouraged (points are awarded for doing this).