Calculus 1000 Section 10 Autumn 2008

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Upcoming Lectures in Section 10

1. Assignment : Sec 5.5 even # 2--70, 82, 86, 88

Topics so far

5.3: 12, 26, 60 5.4: 52, 64
• 17.11.2008 5.5
• 18.11.2008 5.5
• 20.11.2008 optional: Integration by Computer Algebra
• 21.11.2008 6.1
• 10.11.2008 Section 5.3
• 11.11.2008 Possible cancellation: first-aid course. If I can't get a guest lecturer for you, hand in ass't at main office MC255. office hours cancelled today too.
• 13.11.2008 NOToptional. Sec 5.3
• 14.11.2008 Section 5.4
• Assignment will be drawn from: 5.1 Questions 17-26 Page 365-6 5.2 Questions 21-30, 55-62 Page 377-8
• 6.11.2008 CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESSOptional: quadrature. I regret having to cancel at the last second, but this just isn't going to work; my voice is back, sort of, but it's more sensible that I get a little better for the NON-optional lecture tomorrow :-( See you Friday. I'll try to post what I would have lectured on today, had I been healthy.
• 7.11.2008 5.2
• 4.11.2008 Assignment 6 due: Find the area under y=x*tan(x), above y=0, and between x=0 and x=pi/4. As accurately as you can (two decimals is fine). Sec 5.1, 5.2
• 3.11.2008 finite Riemann sums (Sec 5.1)
• 27.10.2008 More 4.9. Assignment from: From Section 3.6 (p.220) #28, 30, 46, 50, From Section 4.2 # 29 From Section 4.4 # 5, 12, 22, 59 and #72
• 28.10.2008 Appendix E
• 30.10.2008 Archimedes and area
• 31.10.2008 Summation
• 24.10.2008 exams back, sec 4.9, Kahan's trick antideriv x^n
• 23.10.2008 more L'Hospital
• 21.10.2008 Sec 4.4 L'Hospital Rule, 4.2 mean value theorem
• 20.10.2008 Sec 3.6 logarithic differentiation
• 16.10.2008 Review
• 17.10.2008 (optional, because midterm at 7pm) "Why are we doing this?"
• 16.10.2008 Review
• 14.10.2008 Guest Lecture, Prof. David Jeffrey, Chair, Dept. Applied Mathematics. Office Hours Postponed.
• 10.10.2008. More Section 3.5.
• 9.10.2008. Sec 3.5 inverse and implicit differentiation.
• More Chain Rule.
• 6.10.2008 Section 3.4, the Chain Rule. Assignment 4: Due Tues 7.10.2008. 20 problems: p. 141 #16, 24, 34, 35, p. 151 #31, 34, p. 181 #20, 22, 25, 70, p. 187 #2, 4, 6, 10, 17, 26, p. 195 #10, 14, 22, 44 (Bonus: p. 171 #13)
• 3.10.2008 Sec. 3.3, begin 3.4.
• 2.10.2008 "optional" is maybe the wrong word: you are responsible for this material, and I can probably rely on your just reading the textbook, but just in case you'd like me to go over it: Supplementary material Sec. 2.8, 3.1, 3.2
• 30.9.2008 Sec. 2.7
• 29.9.2008 Lecture from Sec. 2.6. Solutions to Assignment 3: Due Tues 30.9.2008. 10 problems: Sec 2.3 #10, 22, 28, 38, 42 and Sec. 2.5 #30, 34, 36, 42, 52.
• 26.9.2008: Section 2.5, More on continuity and limits. Squeeze Theorem, Intermediate Value Theorem. Composition of functions.
• Assignment 2: Due Tues 23.9.2008. What's written in my notes is: p. 70, #58, 63, 68 p. 96, #12, 38, and 42. I hope that's the same as I gave out in class today! Whoops, forgot # 58.
• 23.9.2008: Section 2.5, Continuity and the computation of limits.
• 22.9.2008 Section 2.3, Limit Laws (and the Direct Substitution Property, which is really continuity).
• 19.9.2008 Section 2.2, on Limits
• 16.9.2008 Logarithm properties
• 15.9.2008 Section 1.6, Inverse Functions and Logarithms Notes include assignment 1, due Tuesday.
• Trig functions (Appendix D)
• Exponential Function (Sec. 1.5, Stewart)
• Introduction