Week 



Friday 

1  121 No Class MLK Day 
122 Introduction & Review 
124 More review. 
124 The Tangent Problem Circle... parabola. 
2  128 Lines: slopes Mapping figures. 
129 Slopes of tangents revisited. 
131 Models: rates Introduction to the Derivative 
21 More on the Derivative 
3  24 More on Derivatives. 
25 Start on the calculus of
derivatives; 
27 More calculus and "limit"
notation ! 
28 More! Notation!Start calculus core and rules. 
4 Summary
#1 due Monday 211 Problem of the Week #1: Tuesday 2122013 
211 Powers, sums, constant
multiples. 
212 More Core and rules
applied.Proof of Sum and Scalar rules 
214 Negative powers. Begin Exponential functions. Start fractional Powers 
215 A function without a derivative. x. 
5POW #2:
Due Thursday
221 
218 More on Exponential and
rules... The Product Rule 
219 The second derivative and
acceleration. 
221 ln derivative  a quick look. More functions without derivatives. 
222Derivatives of log base b. Functions and "continuity" 
6 Summary #2 due Thursday 228  225 Diff => Cont. One sided Limits. Infinite limits. (sqrt(x)) Marginal cost. 
226 Intermediate Value Theorem
and applications to estimating solutions to
equations. 
228 IVT and more on estimates for solving equations.Newton's method. Quotient Rule ? 
31More Newton's Method (?) TRIG! 
7POW #3:
Due Thursday 37 
34 Finish sine, cosine, etc. 
35Chain Rule  37More chain rule  38 More chain rule and applications to related rates 
8 Summary
#3 due 311 Exam I Self scheduled: 313 
311 more related rates .  312 implicit differentiation.  314 Ln the last core function again!. 
315 More applications of ln log diff. Preview of remainder of course: What the derivative can tell us. 
318 to 322 No classes. Spring break 

9 
325 Linear estimates  326 The differential. Read web materials on differentials First Derivative analysis of function behavior. Continuity and Extremes. 
3281st deriv analysis for extremes  329Extreme Problems 
10 Summary #4 due 45 or 48  41 .NO Class. CC day  42.Extremes and
increasing/decreasing derivative analysis for local
extremes. 
43 The
Mean Value Theorem: A fundamental theorem of calculus and it application to derivative analysis. proof. More Extreme Problems and other applications of the derivative. 
44Concavity and
the second derivative The second derivative Test for extremes, 
11  48 Still more on asymptotes and extremes. Vertical Tangent lines.  49Asymptotes.  410 Vertical Tangents
and Cusps Begin Differential Equations, DE's Solutions 
411 
12 POW
#4:
DueThursday
March 7 
415 
416 antiderivatives, Initial Value Problems.  418 Simple calculus
for antiderivatives, Tangent (Direction) fields. 
419 
13 Summary
#5 due TBA Exam II self scheduled TBA 
422 Euler's Method 
423 Euler and ... Area and ..
FT of Calc. 
425 The Definite Integral and
the FT of C 
426 
14POW
#5: Due TBA 
429 
430 
52 
53 
15 Summary #6 TBA  56 
57 
59 
510 
16 Final Examination
Self scheduled Review Session: Sunday TBA 
Monday May 13 10:2012:10 
Tuesday May 14 10:2012:10 
Wednesday,
May 15 12:4014:30 

Friday, May 17 10:2012:10. 
Date Due  Reading  Problems ( *= interesting but optional)  Optional  
1/2225 
1.1 SC 0.B1 Numbers [online] 
WA: Review: Algebra; Lines; Circles; Functions; Trig  SC 0.A What is Calculus?  
1/2425 
SC
0.B2 Functions [online] CET: Appendix B 
WA: HW #1 M109 1.1 Function Notation and Representation  Online Mapping Figure Activities  
131  1.2 SC 0.C [online] 
WA: HW #2 M109 Lines (repeat of review!) and models  On Moodle:
SC 0.B3 Lines Practice Reality Quiz 1. 

25  2.1 
WA: HW #3 M109 Secant&Tangent Lines, Av. Rates (2.1)  On
Moodle:SC I.A; I.B Stewart: 1.3 , 1.4 

28  2.7On
Moodle: SC I.D On Moodle: SC I. E 
HW #4 109 The Derivative! (2.7)  2.7: 3(a[ignore i and ii.Use 4steps as
in class],b), 4(a[ignore i and ii.Use 4steps as in class],b), 9 

211  2.8 3.1 
HW #5 109 The Derivative More(2.8)  2.7: Use the 4
steps method with x or t = a when appropriate in
11,13,1719; 25 2.8: 1;3;1922 Use the 4 steps method to find f '(a) 

3.1 On Moodle SC I F.1 
HW #6 109 The Derivative for some Fns! (3.1)  
3.1 
HW #7 109 The Derivative Calculus Begins (3.1)  
3.1 
HW #8 109 The Derivative Calculus w/ e^x (3.1)  
2.8 
HW #9 109 Calculus... 2nd and 1st Deriv. (3.1)  
2.5, 3.1,3.2  HW #10 109S13 Products w / ln (3.2)  
2.5 pp118120; 126127 2.8 p 157160 Example 5 Differentiability and continuity 3.2 
HW #11 109S13 Continuity I ( 2.5) HW #12 109 Continuity and IVT (2.5) 

3.2 
HW #13 109 Product and Quotient Rules (3.2)  
4.8 pp 338340 Read
web materials on Newton's Method. Review for MONDAY: Appendix D Especially formulae 68,10,12,13 
HW #14 109 Newton's Method (4.8)  
3.3 Trig
Derivatives 
HW #15 109 Trigonometric Functions ( 3.3 )  
3.4 The Chain Rule

HW #16 109 Chain Rule I ( 3.4 )  
3.9 Related Rates 
HW #17 109
Related Rates, More Chain Rule(3.9+) 

2.5 Implicit
differentiation Read web materials on implicit differentiation. 
HW #18 109 Implicit Diff'n ( 3.5 ) 

3.6 Logs  HW #19 109 Ln and logarithmic diff'n (3.6 ) 

3.10 (i) 250251
(ii) 253254 Read web materials on differentials SC Ch 3A1 on Moodle 
HW #20 109 Estimation (linear & dy) (3.10 ) 

4.1 OnLine tutorial on Max/mins 
HW #21 109 Extremes ( 4.1 )  
4.7  HW #22 109 Extremes II (4.7)  
4.3(i) 290292 (ii)292297 
HW #23 109
MVT Plus ( 4.2 &4.3 ) HW #24 109 concavity I (4.3) 

HW #25 109 Concavity II(& Words) ( 4.3 & 4.7 )  
2.2, 4.4 (Asymptotes,
infinite limits) 
HW #26 109 Graphing+max/min (2.6; 4.5, 4.7)  
IVA(Online)
A java graph showing f (x)=P'(x) related for f a cubic polynomial 
HW #27 109 Antiderivatives and DE's (4.9)  
4.9 IVB (Online) Read 
HW #28 109 Indefinite
Integrals & IVP's (4.9) 

9.2 (i) 585588
IVD (online) 
HW #29 109 direction fields DE's & IVP's (9.2)  
Examination #2 Self Scheduled (See Moodle) 
Covers
primarily Assignments 1829. 

IVE (online)  HW #30 109 Euler's Method ( 9.2)  
Below this line is not assigned!  
MarginalCost ? 

Read web materials on trigonometric derivatives.  HW #17 109 Trigonometric Functions II ( 3.3 )  
3.7, 3.8 
HW #22 109 Ln and differentiation (3.6)  
(i)pp271274
(ii) pp275276 plus (iii) reread ... all 


4.7  HW #24 109 Extremes II (4.7)  
4.2 The MVT!  
4.3(i) 287289 (ii) 290294 
HW #25 109
MVT Plus ( 4.2 &4.3 ) HW #26 109 concavity I (4.3) 

2.2 pp9496 Vertical Asymptotes  HW #27 109 Concavity II (and Words) ( 4.3 & 4.7 )  
4.4 (i) 298302
Horiz. Asymptotes (ii) 

4.6 (i) Read
Examples 13! (ii) Read Example 4 
HW #29 109 Graphing (with tech)+max/min (4.6, 4.7)  
9.2 (i) 572575
(ii) 575577 
HW #31 109 direction fields DE's & IVP's (9.2)  
IVE (online)  HW #32 109 Euler's Method ( 9.2)  
IVF READ  
VA ( On Line) NEW!  HW #33 109 The Fundamental theorem I  
5.3 (i) and (ii)
p391392 (iii) p393396 
HW #33 109 The Fundamental theorem I  
Appendix E p.A34
Sum Notation 

5.4 (i)and
(ii)p347350 (iii)351352 

5.5 (i) 400403 (ii) 403406 

5.2 (i) p;
Example 2a; . (ii) 

6.5  
6.1 (i) pages (ii) pages 

6.2 (i) pp
(ii) pp (iii)p 

6.3  
6.4 p  
2.4?  
(i) Sens. Calc. I.C.1 on Probability Models  
5.1  

1. use skills beyond the level of intermediate algebra to solve problems through quantitative reasoning.
2. apply mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning to problems.
Every other week (with some exceptions) partnerships will submit a response to the "problem/activity of the week." (POW)
All cooperative partnership work will be
graded 5 (well done), 4
(OK), 3 (acceptable), or 1(unacceptable) and will be used in
determining the 50 points allocated for cooperative
assignments.
CRDT  20 points 
Reality Quizzes  150 points 
Oral Quiz  20 points 
2 Midterm Examinations  200 points 
Homework  110 points 
Cooperative work  50 points 
Final Examination  200/300 points 
Total  750/850 points 
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