Week #1:
Aug 25  29
Homework

Introduction.
Important Topics in Algebra.
0.1. Functions and Their Graphs.

Week #2:
Sep 1  5
Homework

0.2. Some Important Functions.
0.3. The Algebra of Functions.
Administrative Note: Monday 1 September is Labor Day.
Class will not meet.

Week #3:
Sep 8  12
Homework

0.4. Zeros of Functions  The Quadratic Formula and Factoring.
0.5. Exponents and Power Functions.
0.6. Functions and Graphs in Applications.

Week #4:
Sep 15  19
Homework

1.1. The Slope of a Straight Line.
1.2. The Slope of a Curve at a Point.
1.3. The Derivative.

Week #5:
Sep 22  26
Homework

1.4. Limits and the Derivative.
1.5. Differentiability and Continuity.
Exam #1 will be given on Monday 22 September.
The exam will be held during your regular class time.
Here are some review problems.

Week #6:
Sep 29  Oct 3
Homework

1.6. Some Rules for Differentiation.
1.7. More About Derivatives.
1.8. The Derivative as a Rate of Change.

Week #7:
Oct 6  10
Homework

2.1. Describing Graphs of Functions.
2.2. The First and Second Derivative Rules.
2.3. Curve Sketching (Introduction).

Week #8:
Oct 13  17
Homework

2.4. Curve Sketching (Conclusion).
2.5. Optimization Problems.
Administrative note: Friday 17 October is the MidSemester Break.
Class will not meet.

Week #9:
Oct 20  24
Homework

2.6. Further Optimization Problems.
2.7. Applications of Derivatives to Business and Economics.
Exam #2 will be given on Monday 20
October Wednesday 22 October.
Here are some review problems.

Week #10:
Oct 27  31
Homework

3.1. The Product and Quotient Rules.
3.2. The Chain Rule and the General Power Rule.

Week #11:
Nov 3  7
Homework

3.3. Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates.
4.1. Exponential Functions.
4.2. The Exponential Function e^{x}.
Administrative Note: Monday 3 November is the Course Drop and Pass/Fail
grade option deadline. Grade of "W" is assigned after this date.

Week #12:
Nov 10  14
Homework

4.3. Differentiation of Exponential Functions.
4.4. The Natural Logarithm Function.
4.5. The Derivative of ln(x).

Week #13:
Nov 17  21
Homework

4.6. Properties of the Natural Logarithm Function.
5.1. Exponential Growth and Decay.
Exam #3 will be given on Monday 17 November.
Here is a study guide. More items may be added,
so check back.
Administrative Note: November 17  21 is Spring 2004 Registration Week.

Week #14:
Nov 24  28
Homework

5.2. Compound Interest.
Administrative Note: November 26  28 is the Thanksgiving Holiday. Class
will not meet on these days.

Week #15:
Dec 1  5
Homework

5.3. Applications of the Natural Logarithm Function to Economics.
5.4. Further Exponential Models.
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Administrative note: Friday 5 December is the last day of class.
Friday 5 December is also the course drop deadline to receive a "W" grade.

Final Exam
December 16

The Final Exam will be given on Tuesday 16
December, from 8:3011:30am, in PH 100. When making your travel
plans, be sure that you will not need to leave before then.
Here are some
review problems.
