Schedule and Homework

This schedule is tentative. It will get more accurate as the semester progresses. No week's topics should be taken as final until the homework is linked.

Week #8:
Oct. 13-15 Homework |
1.1. Four Ways to Represent a Function
1.2. Mathematical Models 1.3. New Functions from Old Functions |

Week #9:
Oct. 18 - 22 Homework |
2.2. The Limit of a Function
2.3. Calculating Limits using the Limit Laws 2.4. The Precise Definition of a Limit |

Week #10:
Oct. 25 - 29 Homework |
2.5. Continuity
2.7. Tangents, Velocities and Other Rates of Change 2.8. Derivatives |

Week #11:
Nov. 1 - 5 Homework |
2.9. The Derivative as a Function
3.1. Derivatives of Polynomials and Exponential Functions 3.2. The Product and Quotient Rules The First Exam will be given in class on Wednesday, November 3. Here are some review problems. |

Week #12:
Nov. 8-12 Homework |
3.4. Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions
3.5. The Chain Rule 3.6. Implicit Differentiation |

Week #13:
Nov. 15 - 19 Homework |
3.7. Higher Derivatives
3.10. Related Rates 3.11. Linear Approximations and Differentials |

Week #14:
Nov. 22 - 26 Homework |
4.1. Maximim and Minimum Values
4.2. The Mean Value Theorem Administrative Note: There will be no class on Nov. 24 or Nov. 26, due to the Thanksgiving holiday |

Week #15:
Nov. 29 - Dec. 3 Homework |
4.3. How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph
4.5. Summary of Curve Sketching 4.7. Optimization Problems |

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