Homework problems will come in two forms: Practice Problems and Due Problems; only the Due Problems actually need to be handed in. You don't have to turn in the Practice Problems, but you should try them! If you find them easy, then you can skip to the next batch, but the Practice Problems will usually help you with the Due Problems. In any case, you'll need to practise the material if you want to remember it for the exams, another course, or the rest of your life. Also, the exams will be based on the assigned homework, and you can refer to your completed homework while taking them.

As you do your homework,
I encourage you to talk with your fellow students.
In my class, this is *not* cheating!
*However*, the final result that you turn in to me
should be your own work, written by you in your own words;
you should understand (at least more or less) what you've written.
Don't turn in anything that you copied from another person,
and don't have other students copy from what you plan to turn in.
You can also look at other books and talk to other people,
but the same rules apply as if those books or people were your fellow students:
Understand what you turn in, and write your answers in your own words.

In case you miss the homework, you can download it here; see the downloading help if you have trouble. When I return each homework assignment, I'll post my solutions here too; once that happens, I won't accept it late unless you arrange something with me ahead of time.

- Introduction:
- Lecture covered: March 31 Thursday;
- Date due: April 5 Tuesday (or the next class meeting after you add);
- Due Problem (essay): Explain your background in mathematics and what you are going to use this course for.

- Algebra review:
- Lecture covered: April 5 Tuesday;
- Date due: April 7 Thursday;
- Practice Problems: Try the quizzes that I gave to my College Algebra class last term. (Each quiz has 4 associated files, but these are basically all the same. As long as you look at each of the 13 quizzes, you're OK.) If you start going through these in order and want to skip ahead, then skip to Quiz 10 and continue from there.
- Due Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Differences and differentials:
- Lecture covered: April 7 Thursday;
- Date due: April 12 Tuesday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Differentials and derivatives:
- Lecture covered: April 12 Tuesday;
- Date due: April 14 Thursday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Applications of differentials and derivatives:
- Lecture covered: April 14 Thursday;
- Date due: April 21 Thursday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Higher derivatives and derivatives of functions:
- Lecture covered: April 21 Thursday;
- Date due: April 26 Tuesday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Limits:
- Lecture covered: April 26 Tuesday;
- Date due: May 5 Thursday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Graphs:
- Lecture covered: April 28 Thursday;
- Date due: May 5 Thursday;
- Practice Problems:
- From §2.2 (page 228) of the official textbook: 9–43 odd;
- From §2.4 (page 256) of the official textbook: 49–85 odd;

- Due Problems:
- From §2.2 (page 228) of the official textbook: 18, 32;
- From §2.4 (page 256) of the official textbook: 50, 64, 80.

- Exponents and logarithms:
- Lecture covered: May 10 Tuesday;
- Date due: May 12 Thursday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Applications involving exponents and logarithms:
- Lecture covered: May 12 Thursday;
- Date due: May 17 Tuesday;
- Practice Problems:
- From §3.3 (pages 347–352) of the official textbook: 9, 13, 15, 23, 39, 45;
- From §3.4 (pages 360–365) of the official textbook: 1, 11, 13, 15, 17, 23, 33, 35, 37;
- From §3.6 (page 376) of the official textbook: 13, 15;

- Due Problems:
- From §3.3 (pages 347–352) of the official textbook: 16, 40;
- From §3.4 (pages 360–365) of the official textbook: 14, 34;
- From §3.6 (page 376) of the official textbook: 16.

- Basics of integration:
- Lecture covered: May 17 Tuesday;
- Date due: May 19 Thursday;
- Problems (with my
**answers**): DjVu format, PDF format.

- Integration techniques:
- Lecture covered: May 19 Thursday;
- Date due: May 24 Tuesday;
- Practice Problems:
- From §4.5 (page 442) of the official textbook: 7–23 odd, 43, 47;
- From §4.6 (page 451) of the official textbook: 5–35 odd;

- Due Problems
(showing at least what
*u*is or what*u*and*v*are):- From §4.5 (page 442) of the official textbook: 24, 48;
- From §4.6 (page 451) of the official textbook: 6, 12.

- Applications of integration:
- Lecture covered: May 24 Tuesday;
- Date due: May 26 Thursday;
- Practice Problems:
- From §5.1 (page 475) of the official textbook: 1–15 odd;
- From §5.2 (pages 482–484) of the official textbook: 3–9 odd, 23–29 odd;

- Due Problems:
- From §5.1 (page 475) of the official textbook: 4;
- From §5.2 (pages 482–484) of the official textbook: 4, 20 (for extra credit), 28.

- Differential equations:
- Lecture covered: May 26 Thursday;
- Date due: May 31 Tuesday;
- Practice Problems: From §5.7 (pages 524&525) of the official textbook: 15–21 odd, 31, 35, 43;
- Due Problems: From §5.7 (pages 524&525) of the official textbook: 16, 30, 36.

- Numerical methods:
- Lecture covered: May 31 Tuesday;
- Date due: June 9 Thursday;
- Problems: DjVu format, PDF format.

- That's it!

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