After I return a quiz, I'll post my solutions here;
see the downloading help if you have trouble.
(If you took a Quiz early or late,
then you may have taken the one from the *other* section.)

- Arithmetic
- Lectures covered: January 9–14;
- Sections of the textbook: 1.2–1.4, 1.6, 5.4, 5.6;
- Date taken: January 16 Wednesday;
- My
**answers**:- For ES32 (earlier section): PostScript form, PDF form;
- For ES33 (afternoon section): PostScript form, PDF form.

- Identities and expressions
- Lectures covered: January 16–23;
- Sections of the textbook: 1.3–1.7, 2.4&2.5, 5.1, 5.6;
- Date taken: January 25 Friday;
- My
**answers**:- For ES32 (earlier section): PostScript form, PDF form;
- For ES33 (afternoon section): PostScript form, PDF form.

- Simplifying algebraic expressions (optional)
- Lectures covered: January 25–30;
- Sections of the textbook: 1.7, 5.1–5.4;
- Dates taken: February 4–8 (originally February 1);
- My
**answers**:- For ES32 (earlier section): PostScript form, PDF form;
- For ES33 (afternoon section): PostScript form, PDF form.

- Equations
- Lectures covered: February 6–13
- Sections of the textbook: 2.1–2.3
- Date taken: February 15 Friday;
- My answers:
- For ES32 (earlier section): PostScript form, PDF form;
- For ES33 (afternoon section): PostScript form, PDF form.

- Inequalities
- Lectures covered: February 15&18
- Sections of the textbook: 2.8, 8.6
- Date taken: February 22 Friday.
- My answers:
- For ES32 (earlier section): PostScript form, PDF form;
- For ES33 (afternoon section): PostScript form, PDF form.

- Word problems, absolute-value statements, equations with many variables
- Lectures covered: February 20–27
- Sections of the textbook: 2.5–2.7, 8.7, 2.4
- Date taken: February 29 (Leap Day) Friday.

- Graphing
- Lectures covered: February 29–March 5
- Sections of the textbook: 3.2–3.6, 3.8
- Date taken: March 7 Friday.

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