Another exciting day in Calculus.

*(photo by Leon Rudyak., '06)*

BC Assignments for Fall Semester, 2017-2018:

(this is an archive of assignments - don't expect instant postings, or future assignments!)

**07 Dec** p. 371 / 1 - 17, 20 - 22, 24 - 27, 29, 31

**05- 06 Dec** p. 355 / 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 12 15, 17, 19, 22 - 25, 28 - 30 (1st period T9-84 users: I have programs for you that you can get from me any time, or download from my website; the -89 has built-in abilities as shown in class)

**01 Dec** **Bring every last bit of uncollected homework on MONDAY! Don't forget - no excuses!**

**Note: AMC sign-ups this week with Mr. DeRuiter in E-203 at lunch, $5, 7 Feb after school.**

**28 - 29 Nov** p. 347 / 1 -29 (odd) **(Bring your TI-84 on Thursday and I will provide a slopefield program; TI-89s already have that capacity built-in)**

**27 Nov** Assume that resistance is proportional to velocity ** squared**. Draw slope fields and solve for (a) velocity V and (b) position S

**21 - 22 Nov** p. 338 / 1 - 9 (odd), 12, 14, 15 - 33 (3n), 34 - 36

**20 Nov** finish IBP worksheet; then do p. 328 / 3 - 24 (3n), 26, 27, 30, 33

**17 Nov** finish the ivory sheet, then do p. 321 / 1 - 17 (odd), 18 - 42 (3n), 43, 44, 49

**16 Nov** experiment a bit with some of the problems on the ivory sheet; we'll go through them all in class on Friday

**14 - 15 Nov** first, complete the yellow slope field worksheet first if you haven't done so already; then do p. 312 / 3 - 51 (3n) plus 25, 52, 61

**13 Nov** complete the handout, "Do we believe the fundamental theorem?", *estimating *where it says to do so (not guessing what you think it *should* be). If you simply put in what the theorem says, it will match the theorem perfectly, even if the theorem is false!

**09 Nov** p. 297 / 13 - 16, 18; You can use the programs I downloaded into your calculator during the learning opportunity. *Nspire users: copy this URL into your browswer: ***http://fac.hsu.edu/lloydm/Nspire/** *for a program to do Simpson's rule. You will need a zip file extractor, to open the "calculus" link (or you can always do a web search on your own for a suitable program)*

**07 - 08 Nov** p. 296 / 10, 11, 20; then evaluate Simpson's rule for the integral from a to b of x-squared to show that it is exact

**06 Nov** finish the green sheet, and then do p. 295 / 1, 4, 6 - 9, 11, 17, 19, 23 [note: you can use the LMRRAM program, and then average the results for LRAMn and RRAMn to get TRAPn for big n values] **BRING YOUR CALCULATOR ON THURSDAY to get more programs!**

**03 Nov** p. 286 / 1 - 13 (odd), 15 - 51 (3n), 52, 54, 59

**02 Nov** finish the MVT/I worksheet and then do p. 275 / 13 - 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 28, 29, 32, 36, 38, 40, 43, 44

**31 Oct - 01 Nov ** p. 267 / 1, 3 - 27 (3n), 39 - 41, 43, 46, 47; p. 274 / 1 - 12

**26 Oct** p. 255 / 3, 4, 6, 14 - 18, 23, 28. You may use the programs distributed during class; TI-**n****spire** users click here for instructions on how to do it without a program. If you did not get a program for your -84 or -89, you may download it from your PC here, or find someone else who can share it by cable from another calculator.

**24 - 25 Oct** p. 254 / 1, 2, 9, 12, 20, 21, 24, 26 and **BRING YOUR GRAPHING CALCULATOR ON THURSDAY !**

**19 Oct** finish the handout for Fuel Tanks III / Ice Capades; then try p. 237 / 3 - 39 (3n) ** Free hint**: when all else fails, try similar triangles and/or Pythagoras.

**17- 18 Oct** for Newton's Method, do p. 230 / 15 -18, 49, 50, 51 from our text, plus problems 1 - 23 (odd), ** to 4 decimal places** please, from this set. The semi-automatic calculator operation I showed in class is demonstrated in Exploration 2, p. 224 if you forgot it. Please also try to finish the Fuel Tanks II worksheet (the back side).

**10- 11 Oct** try the "differentials" side of the worksheet; then do p. 229 / 3, 5 - 9, 11, 14, 19, 22, 25, 27, 30, 33, 36, 39, 44

**06 Oct** p. 214 / 1, 5, 8, 9,12, 17, 19, 26, 31, 35, 36, 38, 40, 41, 43, 45, 46, 49, 50 (note: when all else fails, try similar triangles or Pythagoras)

**05 Oct** find the inflection point for a logistic function y = M / (1 + Ae^(-kx))

**03 - 04 Oct** p. 203 / 1 - 29 (odd), 37, 40, 42- 46, 48, then guess Ben, Elaine, and Eric's last names (no "research" -- just guesses!).

**02 Oct **draw several possible graphs for Ben the driver and Eric the cop; then do p. 192 / 3 - 33 (3n), 39, 42, 43, 45, 47, 48, 52

**28 Sep** p. 184 / 3 - 48 (3n), 49, 52

**26 - 27 Sep **p. 170 / 2 - 20 (even), 21 - 38, 48, 50, 52, 53

**25 Sep** complete the * front side* of the log worksheet (be sure to use your own eyeball estimate of the slopes, without any research, book, or calculator values, not what you think the values ought to be)

**22 Sep** p. 162 / 1 - 17 (odd), 18 - 33 (3n)

**21 Sep** finish up the assignment from p. 155 shown below

**19 - 20 Sep** do these p. 146 / 3 - 69 (3n); and then get a good start on these p. 155 / 3 - 45 (3n) 46, 50.

**18 Sep** p. 140 / 2 - 22 (even), 25, 27, 29, 33

**BRING IN ALL AS YET UNCOLLECTED HOMEWORK ON MONDAY , 18 SEPT !**

**12 - 13 Sep** finish Helicopter worksheet first; then do p. 129 / 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 13, 14, 16, 24, 25, 27, 29, 30, 31, 33, 37, 38

**11 Sep** complete any missing parts of the "rules" handout; then do p. 120 / 1 - 33 (odd), 34

**08 Sep** try the first two pages (only) of the four page "rules" handout

**07 Sep ** p. 101 / 1 - 25 (odd), plus 16; p. 111 / 1 - 23 (odd), 30, 31

**05 - 06 Sep ** p. 88 / 7, 13, 15 23 - 33 (odd)

**01 Sep** try to think of, imagine, or create functions, with **domain all reals**, that staisfy these conditions: (a) one that is continuous everywhere; (b) one that is discontinuous at one point; (c) one that is discontinuous at infinitely many points; (d) one that is discontinuous *everywhere;* and finally, (e) one that is continuous at only one point * (absolutely no "research", consultation, "checking your work", or outside sources, please, just thinking by yourself! Talking to ANYONE or looking anything up, before or after, is cheating!)* IT'S O.K. TO BE WRONG; the thinking (not the answer) is what I want.

**29-30 Aug** p. 80 / 3 - 30(3n), 32, 35-39, 42, 48 and finish the IVT worksheet

**28 Aug** p. 71 / 3 - 48 (3n), 54, 57, 59

**25 Aug** p. 64 / 53, 55, 58 (write up separately again)

**24 Aug** p. 63 / 44, 45, 48, 49 (write this up separately from the last assignment so that you will get credit for both)

**22-23 Aug**: p. 62 / 3 - 30(3n), 32, 35, 39, 42

**21 Aug** finish "trig without angles"

**18 Aug** * without using any aids (no calculators or books)* graph all six inverse trig function and determine the domain and range for each

**17 Aug** finish the "identities" worksheet, and then do p. 48 / 2 - 34 (even), 38, 45.

**15-16 Aug** (this is Tuesday's homework for 1st period and Wednesday's homework for 2nd period, all to be discussed on Thursday) p. 24 / 3 -21 (3n), 22, 24 - 29, 34, 38; p. 30 / 7 - 27 (odd), 30, 42; p. 39 / 3 - 42 (3n), 50 **BRING YOUR BOOK TO CLASS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS!!**

**14 Aug** part 1: **DON'T FORGET TO COVER YOUR BOOK (in paper, not stretchy cloth) -- I will deduct a homework score each time this year that I see you with an uncovered book!**

part 2: if you haven't already done so, check your "fuhsd" e-mail account for a test message from me (sent on Friday) and REPLY to me so I know you got it

part 3: do these problems from the book: p. 7/ 18 - 36 (3n), 37, 39, 43, 49; p. 17 / 18 - 33 (3n), 42, 45, 53, 68