# Math 1000 Summer 2008

I am teaching Math 1000 in the Summer semester. Please check this website for necessary information about the course.

## Course Information

Contact me by email or see me in my office hours: Monday 3-5 and Wednesday 10-12 in Rm 312 in the Chase Building.

## Final Exam Info and Prep:

The Math 1000 Final Exam will take place on Wednesday, August 13th , from 6pm to 9pm, in our regular classroom.

Note: P19. should have an "2x^2-1" under the square root sign. The formula has been corrected on the solutions.

### August 12, 2008

There were two small typos in the solutions to the Sample Final. I had forgotten my "+ C" for the indefinite integral. This has been corrected. Please ensure that you make note of this correction.

Solutions for Assignment #10 have been put up. See Homework Questions and Solutions

Solutions for the "Final Assignment" (or Assignment #11) are up as well (please see the same link). Remember: this final assignment was not handed in, it was simply there to provide you with some extra practice of the subsitution rule for integration.

If you notice any typos, please email me as soon as possible and let me know.

The Math 1000 Final Exam will take place on Wednesday, August 13th (TOMORROW) , from 6pm to 9pm, in our regular classroom.

### August 10, 2008

For Assignment #10, for those using the typed up questions, the last two questions should say "Evaluate the integral" not "Find the general indefinite integral".

### August 9, 2008

The marked Assignment #7's are available in front of my office.

The solutions for these practice problems are now available: Solutions for Extra Practice problems

Solutions for Assignment #9 have been put up. See Homework Questions and Solutions

### August 7, 2008

Solutions for Assignment #7 and #8 have been put up. See Homework Questions and Solutions

### August 6, 2008

Assignment #10 (for those without the 6th edition) has been put up. See Homework Questions and Solutions

### August 2, 2008

Review and Sample Final

There is no class on Monday, August 4th, because of Natal Day.

Also, solutions for Assignment #6 are up. Please see: Homework Questions and Solutions

### August 1, 2008

For Assignment #8, sec 4.9, #67, the acceleration due to gravity is 32 ft/s^2.

Solutions to the sample final will be put up later today.

A few small typos in the solutions to Assignment #4 have been corrected.

Solutions for Assignment #6 will be put online this evening.

There is no class on Monday, August 4th, because of Natal Day. The university will be closed, so there will no lecture, and I will not have any office hours. Assignment #8 and #9 will be due on Wednesday, August 6th. I will have office hours from 10-12 and 3-5 on Wednesday.

### July 27, 2008

Solutions for Assignment #4 and #5 are updated under the new Homework Questions and Solutions page.

### July 26, 2008

The Midterm Exam will be available during and after class on Monday. Here are the solutions:

Also, for those of you without the 6th edition, here are the questions for this coming week:

If you notice any typos, please let me know as soon as possible.

It has become clear that some students are still struggling with pre-calculus material. Here is a practice worksheet (and solutions):

I will put up more practice problems on pre-cal material and practice problems on the current material soon.

### July 25, 2008

Assignment #7 will not be due until Wednesday (July 30) since we did not get through all of Section 4.5. Assignment #6 will still be due on Monday (July 28).

The remaining assignments will retain their original due dates.

Solutions to the midterm exam and to Assignments #4 and #5 will be posted soon.

### July 21, 2008

There is a typo in Assignment #5 for those who don't have the 6th edition. In #6 in Sec. 3.10, (the last question on the assignment, I believe) it should read

e^x approx 1+x

### July 20, 2008

For those of you using the 5th edition, the section on Exponential Growth and Decay is in section 9.4 of your textbook. Theorem [2] on p.612 is the one covered in class and the one needed for the questions on the assignment. Also, Newton's Law of Cooling is in the section. This correction has been made to the course schedule for the 5th edition.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Also, for those of you without the 6th edition, here are the questions for this coming week:

### July 18, 2008

Assignments #2 and #3 are marked. You can pick them up on Monday during my office hours, or you can get them during class. If you need them before my office hours on Monday, email me and I will arrange to leave them on my door.

Note, for Assignment #3, in Sec. 3.3, #22 was not included in your mark. There was an error in the question, so it will not be counted.

There were a few small typos in the solutions to Assignment#2 and #3 and the Midterm Sample Exam. These have been fixed.

### July 16, 2008

Solutions:

It has been brought to my attention that some of the sections in the 5th edition of the textbook are numbered differently and are in a different order than in the 6th edition. I have put together the course schedule for the 5th edition, with the sections of the text that we will be doing each day:

Note: Assignments #6 - #10 have been shortened. The corrected list of homework questions will be announced in class and is available from the link at the top of the page and here: List of Homework Questions

In class tonight, I will be giving everyone a handout about Chain Rule and Implicit Differentiation, to give each of you a little bit of extra help with these topics.

On Friday, I will be having extra office hours from 10am to 12pm.

### July 15, 2008

Here is the Midterm Review and the Midterm Review Solutions. If you notice any errors or typos, please let me know.

The solutions for Assignments #2 and #3 will be posted right after class on Wednesday.

Note: The midterm exam will be held on Monday, July 21, starting at 6pm going until approximately 7:30pm in our regular classroom. After the exam we will have a short break and then I will lecture for the last hour or so.

### July 10, 2008

There is a small typo in a question for assignment #2. In sec.2.5, p.129, #42, for the second part of the piece-wise function, instead of saying "2 < x < 3" it should read "2 <= x < 3" (that is, at x=2, the function is equal to ax^2-bx+3). If you have any questions about this, please email me.

If you have already done this question, this typo probably does not change your answer. As the question was posed, it was not possible to do, unless x=2 was defined for f(x).

Note: the graph for sec 2.2, #14 will be added later

Note: There has been a change with one question in Assignment #5. In Section 3.9, instead of question #21 do question #14. The change has been made in the copies of the assignments online as well as in the list of homework questions.

For students without the 6th edition of the textbook here are the questions for assignment #4 and #5:

### July 7, 2008

For those students without the 6th edition of the text book, here are the questions for Assignment #2 and Assignment #3:

[Please note on page 2, question 8 (sec.2.5, question #42) there is a small typo. In the second piece of the piecewise function it should be "2 <= x < 3", that is, 2 is less than or equal to x.]

If you can't view this or if you have any other problems, please email me.

Note: The course outline has been updated. Please make note of changes.

### July 4, 2008

Since many students have the 5th edition, I have looked up the questions for the 6th edition and "translated" them for the 5th edition for the first assignment.

From now on, I will type up the necessary questions from the 6th edition text book and make them available on this page.

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