Recitation policy

******************** Notices!!! ********************

Thursday, 01/11 : Quiz #1 (at the beginning of class) - hand in chapter 11.1

Thursday, 01/18 : Quiz #2 (at the beginning of class) - hand in chapters 11.2, 11.5, 12.1, 12.2

Tuesday, 01/23 : Midterm I, 5:30-6:18 PM; HI 131, upstairs balconey

Thursday, 01/25 : No Quiz! - hand in chapters 12.3, 12.5, 12.6

Tuesday, 01/30 : originally: hand in chapters 13.1, 13.2; well ... STRIKE THAT!

Thursday, 02/01 : Quiz #3 (at the beginning of class)

Tuesday, 02/06 : hand in chapters 13.1, 13.2 (moved from above)

Thursday, 02/08 : Quiz #4 (at the beginning of class)

Tuesday, 02/13: Midterm II, 5:30-6:16 PM; HI 131, upstairs balconey (same place as Midterm I)

Thursday, 02/15: No Quiz! - hand-in chapters 14.1, 14.2, 14.3 - strike that! all homework up to 16.2 (including 16.2) I will assume was handed in and was perfect

Tuesday, 02/20: no homework due; start a-fresh next week with 16.3 (see next Tuesday)

Thursday, 02/22: Quiz #5 (at the beginning of class)

Tuesday, 02/27: hand in chapters 16.3, 16.4

Thursday, 02/29: Quiz #6 (at the beginning of class)

Sunday, 03/04: Review Session; (haven't found a room yet, so we'll just meet at my office! and we will definitely find something in the Math Dept, or Cockins Hall ...) Math Tower 529, 7:00 PM

Tuesday, 03/06: Midterm III, 5:30-6:18; HI 131, upstairs balconey (same place as the other two exams)

solutions chapter 12.1

solutions chapter 12.2

solutions chapter 12.3

solutions chapter 12.5

solutions chapter 12.6

Sample Midterm I

Solutions Sheet for the above Sample Midterm I

Midterm I, Winter 2000

Solutions for Midterm I, Winter 2000

solutions chapter 13.1

solutions chapter 13.2

solutions chapter 14.1

solutions chapter 14.2

solutions chapter 14.3

solutions chapter 14.4

solutions chapter 15.1

solutions chapter 16.1

solutions chapter 16.2

Sample Midterm II

Solutions Sheet for the above Sample Midterm II(there are a few mistakes in this solutions' sheet ... Problem 8: the derivative is actually positive, since the numerator is +63, so the function is always INCREASING Problem 12 is actually same as Problem 8, not 7; in the hint for 13(d), there's this square root ... just make sure you get the last formula, which is correct; also, to facilitate reading, make a printout of this solutions' sheet, since on-screen it looks worse)

Midterm II, Winter 2000

Solutions for Midterm II, Winter 2000

solutions chapter 16.3

solutions chapter 16.4

solutions chapter 16.7

solutions chapter 16.8

solutions chapter 16.9

solutions chapter 17.3

Midterm III, Winter 2000

Solutions for Midterm III, Winter 2000

Final Exam, Winter 2000

Solutions for Final Exam, Winter 2000

Solutions for Midterm I, Winter

Solutions for Midterm II, Winter

Solutions for Midterm III, Winter

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