Date 
Reading/Homeworks 
January 9 
Read/Review Chapter 1
Start reading 2.1,2 for Wednesday

January 11 
Informal limits:
2.2/5,13, 17, 27, 29, 35, 41
(Quiz on these Friday, Jan 20)

January 13 
Limit laws:
2.2/50, 51, 55, 57, 65, 67, 69, 79, 81
(Quiz on these Friday, Jan 20)

January 16 
MLK Birthday 
January 18 
Limits at infinity; infinite limits
2.4/5, 9, 15, 17
2.5/3, 7, 9, 19, 31, 38, 45
ADDED:<================!!
2.4/21, 23, 27, 35
(We're temporarily skipping 2.3, but will return to it in some form)
For your discussion session on Friday, Jan. 20, bring questions about 2.2 problems and 2.4 problems through #35

January 20 
Catch up
Finish 2.4,2.5
2.4/49, 55, 59,65, 69,70
2.5/3, 7, 9, 19, 31, 38, 45
Start 2.6 (Continuity)
Quiz on 2.2

January 23 
Handout/classnotes on Continuity
Asst: Read 2.6 through page 91
2.6/510, 23, 24, 29, 33, 35, 37, 39, 40, think about 5456
(Quiz on these problems Jan 30)
Quiz on 2.4

January 25 
Differentiation  Motivation
Read 2.1, 2.7, 3.1
2.7/9, 13, 25, 29
(Quiz Jan 30)

January 27 
Differentiation handout
3.1/3, 11, 21, 23, 4042

January 30 
Quiz on 2.5, 2.6, 2.7
Continue Derivatives (finish 3.2 and 3.4  ?)
3.2/7, 11, 13, 19, 25, 27, 29, 35, 39, 43, 53
(note: skipping 3.3 until after midterm)
3.4/5, 7, 17, 26A, 32, 39, 43, 47,49
SOLUTION TO QUIZ 1
SOLUTION TO QUIZ 2

Feb 1 
Start chain rule (3.5)
3.5/7, 13, 23, 25, 33, 43, 51, 58, 59de, 63, 68

Feb 3 
Finish chain rule.
Start implicit differentiation
3.6/3,11,20, 21, 33,39,48

Feb 6 
Quiz on 3.1,3.2,3.4
Catch up.
Start applications: 3.3; 3.7
SOLUTION TO QUIZ 3
SOLUTION TO QUIZ 4 (Today's quiz) coming soon

Feb 8 
Related Rates (3.7) 
Feb 10 
Exam review
Continue related rates
Rates Exercises for Class

Feb 13 (Monday) 
Midterm I
Coverage and review materials
SOLUTIONS TO EXAM 1<==============NEW

Feb 15 
Continue Related Rates
3.7/5,7,11,13*,15*, 19,21*,22*,27,31,33,35,36
(Starred problems are 'classics'. Other classics that I did not assign include 9, 17, 18, 30, 38)

Feb 17 
Finish RR
Start IVT (2.6)
2.6/46,47,49,50,58

Feb 20 
Presidents' Day 
Feb 22 
Differentials and linearizations (3.8)
3.8/3,712,41,4244

Feb 24 
Catch up
Start Ch 4.

Feb 27 
Quiz on 3.7, 2.6, maybe 3.8
Handout: Summary of some Calc Theory
4.1/15,25,33,37,43,51,69
Two optimization examples from class, worked fully


4.2/1,3,58,9,11,13,15,17,19,46 
March 3 
4.3/6,7,9,13,17, 23, 33,43,48 
March 6 
Quiz on 4.1,4.2
4.4/13, 17, 23, 35, 38, 69, 75

March 8 
Continue 4.4 
March 10 
Start 4.5
Examples I'll do in class
4.5/7,11,12,20a,23,25,33

March 13 
Continue with 4.5
Quiz on 4.3, 4.4

March 14 
Start 4.6 (not covered on Midterm II!) 
March 16 
Review session, 56 PM, Keller 404
This will be focused on related rates and minmax.

March 17 
Final chance for review. Start 4.7. 
March 20 
Midterm Exam II
SOLUTIONS TO EXAM 2
Exam 2 curve:
A80, B65, C45, D35<==============NEW
(Note: if you didn't score at least 45 on this exam, you are headed for serious trouble for the semester!)
Some extra minmax word problems
David W. says he didn't return quiz 7 today; sorry!
Here is a solution key

March 22 
4.6/5, 6, 19, 21 (use a calculator on these!), look at 911.
Start integration  skip 4.7 for a few sections
Handout on the definite integral
(Another version without all the comments)
Read 5.1 (no problems!)
5.2/19odd;19,25 , (37, 41)
Gateway Exam 1st attempt (in class)
Answers to Gateway Try #1

March 24 
Extra Credit on formal limits 
March 2731 
Spring Break 
April 3 
HW questions; continue integration. No quiz today! 
April 5 
Quiz on 4.6, 5.2
5.3/5,9,15,17,31,63,77

April 7 
4.7/Try 115 odd in your head! On paper (or in your head, if you are able), do 21, 27,31,47,59,61
4.7/71,75,83,85,88; look at 98 (try to do 7188 in 30 minutes or less)
5.4/3, 15, 21, 23
(Exam will cover through here)

April 10 
5.4/27, 29, 33, 39, 45, 55, 59, 65

April 12 
Some time for review, I hope. 
April 14 
Good Friday (no class) 
April 17 
Midterm Exam III
Covers 4.6, 4.7, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 (basic definite integrals only)
Coverage and review material
(Solution to practice quiz handed out on Wednesday)
There WILL BE a review session, Friday, April 18, 1:303:00 in the iLab.
CURVE:
A90, B70, C45, D35<==============NEW
SOLUTION TO EXAM 3

April 19 
Finish 5.4; start 5.5(?)
5.5/13, 19, 23, 27, 31, 35, 37, 41 (the Quiz on Moday will cover this)
(not covered on Monday's quiz)
5.5/47,49,51,53,61, 62 (a little harder)

April 21 
Finish 5.5; start 5.6 
April 24 
Quiz on 5.4, also on 4.7/7188 (IVPs) 
April 26 
Finish 5.6
5.6/3,7,11,15,19,23

April 28 
Volume of rotation
6.1/13,15,19,21,27,33,39,43
6.2/9, 13, 17, 25,31,35
Note: from this homework, I suggest you try the problems in 6.1 through 27 and problem 6.2 #9 by Friday. The rest do over the weekend.

May 1 
These last 2 days are devoted to working problems. I suggest for Monday you come prepared with questions about the homework from sections 6.1, 6.2, and the following sections from the collection of review problems I linked below:
Section11: Rules of Integration
Section 12: Riemann Sums
Section 13: Areas Between Graphs and Volumes
Solution to practice quiz I handed out in class today

May 3 
Continuing review. I suggest we focus on the following from the review problems (in this order:
Section 10: Discussion of Curves
Section 9: Optimization Problems
Section 8: Related Rates
Section 1: Limits
I assume you're all pretty good at this point on sections 4 and 5, you can probably handle the rest on your own (or with our help in office hours, with the emporium, with your friends, etc over the week)
CHECK YOUR GRADES SO FAR<==============NEW


FINAL EXAM
May 10, 122, KUYKENDALL 310


Extra office hours between now and the exam:
Ross: 
Webb: 
May 3 (W) 2:304:30 
May 3(W) 9:3010:20 
May 4 (Th) 2:304:30 
May 4 (Th) 12:001:00 

May 5 (F) 10:001:00, 2:00  4:00 
May 8 (M)12:00 4:00 
May 8 (M) 10:00 – 2:00 

May 9 (T) 10:00 – 2:00 
(Ross's hours most
reliable with an
appointment) 


NOTE: Contrary to what I suggested in class, there will be NO iLab session Thursday May 4 or Monday May 8! Sorry!



SOME USEFUL
RESOURCES
Wolfram Alpha
Science & Technology Reference Department UHM Library.
Ebrary
Calculus websites linked
at the Mathematics Archives
(GREAT RESOURCE!)
PreCalculus websites linked
at the Mathematics Archives
An algebra tutorial
Another one
A Precalculus tutorial
A list of trigonometry tutorials
Good courses; elementary courses in maths and physics.
Mathematics Archives  Topics in Mathematics.
WebBased Study Guides.
