- Look back to end of Week 11 and get caught up on the material from Lectures 24 and 25.
- Practice suggested homework problems from section 4.5.

- We will discuss the 1st and 2nd derivative tests (Lecture 24 and 25). Time permitting, we will begin Lecture 26 (limits at infinity).

- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 26.
- These videos will help with the Lecture 26 material.
- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 28.
- These videos will help with the Lecture 28 material.
- Practice suggested homework problems from sections 4.6 and 4.8.
- Quiz 6 is due December 1.

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- Quiz 5 is due November 10.
- Prepare for Test 3. Test 3 is in class on Wednesday, November 10.
- The test covers these
weekly objectives. (The test covers the material from the notes for
Lectures 17-22 and 24.)

- The best thing you can do to prepare for the test is to practice lots of homework problems from sections 3.7, 3.9-4.3, and 4.4.
- You may use the trigonometry and derivatives handouts that were distributed in class, as long as you haven't written on them.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2021. In particular, see Quiz 4, Homework 4, and Test 3 (problems 2-15).

- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Fall 2020. In particular, see Quiz 6, Quiz 7, Quiz 8, and Test 3 (problems 2-8, 11).
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2020. In particular, see Quiz 4, Quiz 5, and Test 3 (problems 2-10, 12a, 13a).

- The test covers these
weekly objectives. (The test covers the material from the notes for
Lectures 17-22 and 24.)

- The entire class time will be used for Test 3.

- Look back to end of Week 11 and get caught up on the material from Lectures 24 and 25.
- Practice suggested homework problems from section 4.5.
- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 26.

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- Homework 4 is
due November 3.

- If you haven't already done so, carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 20 and Lecture 21.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 20 material.
- If you haven't already done so, carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 22.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 22 material.
- Practice suggested homework problems from sections 4.1-4.3.

- We will catch up on the material from sections 4.2 and 4.3.
Then we will discuss the 1st and 2nd derivative tests (Lecture 24 and
25).

- Briefly acquaint yourself with the material from Lecture 23.
- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 24 and Lecture 25.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 24 material.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 25 material.
- Determining
concavity and inflection points graphically

- Determining concavity and inflection points analytically
- Using
the 2nd derivative test

- Practice suggested homework problems from section 4.2, 4.3 and 4.5.
- Start preparing for Test 3, which is scheduled for November10.

- Quiz 5 is due November 10.

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- Quiz 4 is due
October 27.

- If you haven't already done so, carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 20 and Lecture 21.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 20 material.
- If you haven't already done so, carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 22.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 22 material.
- Practice suggested homework problems from sections 4.1-4.3.

- We will catch up on some examples from sections 3.9-4.3. Next we
will briefly discuss Lecture 23 (section 4.4). Time permitting we will
discuss the 1st and 2nd derivative tests (Lecture 24 and 25).

- Briefly acquaint yourself with the material from Lecture 23.
- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 24 and Lecture 25.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 24 material.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 25 material.
- Determining
concavity and inflection points graphically

- Determining concavity and inflection points analytically
- Using
the 2nd derivative test

- Practice suggested homework problems from section 4.2, 4.3 and 4.5.
- Homework 4 is due November 3.

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- The take-home test problem is due October 20.
- Briefly review Lectures 17 and 18.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 19 notes. (This
material is difficult. Give it some time.)

- These
videos will help with the Lecture 19 material.

- Look over the notes for Lecture 20 and Lecture 21.

- For the first 30-45 minutes, we will do some example problems
from Lectures 17 and 18. Next we will discuss Lecture 19 and do a few
examples. Finally, we will spend 15 min or so discussing linearizations
and differentials (Lectures 20 and 21).

- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 20 and Lecture 21.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 20 material.
- Carefully read and work through the notes for Lecture 22.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 22 material.
- Practice suggested homework problems from section 4.1-4.3.
- Quiz 4 is due October 27.

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- Homework 3 is due October 13.
- Prepare for Test 2. Test 2 is in class on Wednesday, October 13.
- The test covers these
weekly objectives. (The test covers the material from the notes for
Lectures 10-16.)

- The best thing you can do to prepare for the test is to practice lots of homework problems from sections 3.1-3.6 and 3.8.
- You may use the trigonometry and derivatives handouts that were distributed in class, as long as you haven't written on them.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2021. In particular, see Quiz 3 and Test 2.

- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Fall 2020. In particular, see Quiz 4, Quiz 5, Quiz 6 (problems 1a,b), and Test 2.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2020. In particular, see Quiz 3, Quiz 4 (problems 1a,b), Test 2, and Test 3 (problem 1).
- Also for practice, look at these clicker problems and these.

- The test covers these
weekly objectives. (The test covers the material from the notes for
Lectures 10-16.)

- The entire class time will be used for Test 2.

- Look back to end of Week 7 and work on the material involving Lectures 17 and 18.
- Practice suggested homework problems from chapter 3.

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- Quiz 3 is due October 6.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 15 and Lecture 16 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 15 and 16 material.
- Chain rule
- Chain
rule misunderstandings

- Identifying
composite functions

- Worked
example

- Worked example
- Implicit differentiation
- Practice some of the suggested homework problems from sections 3.3-3.6 and 3.8.
- Read the Lecture 17 notes

- We will continue our study of differentiation rules. This week's
new rules will include those for inverse functions, exponential
functions, and logarithmic functions.

- Homework 3 is due October 13.

- Read and work through the Lecture 17 and Lecture 18 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 17 and 18 material.
- Differentiating inverse functions
- Derivatives of inverse trig functions
- Worked
example with logarithmic function

- More
chain rule practice

- Differentiation
using multiple rules

- Logarithmic differentiation
- Practice suggested homework problems from sections 3.6-3.9.
- Homework 3 is due October 13.
- Begin preparing for Test 2, which is scheduled for October 13.

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- Homework 2 is due September 29.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 12 and Lecture 13 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 12 and 13 material.
- Applying the power rule
- Derivative rules
- More derivative rules
- Derivatives of sin(x), cos(x), exp(x), ln(x)
- Product rule
- Quotient rule
- Derivatives
of tan(x) and cot(x)

- Practice some of the suggested homework problems from sections 3.3 and 3.5.
- Read or reread the Lecture 14 notes

- We will study differentiation rules up through, and including,
the chain rule. Time permitting, we will also discuss implicit
differentiation.

- Quiz 3 is due October 6.

- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 15 and Lecture 16 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 15 and 16 material.
- Chain rule
- Chain
rule misunderstandings

- Identifying
composite functions

- Worked
example

- Worked example
- Implicit differentiation
- Practice suggested homework problems from sections 3.3-3.6 and 3.8.
- Quiz 3 is due October 6.

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- Review the Lecture 10
and Lecture 11 notes. If you
haven't watched the videos from the end of last week, please do so.

- Practice some of the suggested homework problems from sections 3.1-3.2.
- Come to Wednesday's class with a good understanding of the idea of the derivative and/or have questions ready.

- We will briefly review the concept of the derivative. Then we
will begin to study basic differentiation rules.

- Homework 2 is due September 29.

- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 12 and Lecture 13 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 12 and 13 material.
- Applying the power rule
- Derivative rules
- More derivative rules
- Derivatives of sin(x), cos(x), exp(x), ln(x)
- Product rule
- Quotient rule
- Derivatives
of tan(x) and cot(x)

- Practice some of the suggested homework problems from sections 3.3 and 3.5.
- Read the Lecture 14 notes
- Homework 2 is due September 29.

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- Homework 1 is due September 15.
- Prepare for Test 1. Test 1 is in class on Wednesday, September
15.
- The test covers these weekly objectives.
- The best thing you can do to prepare for the test is to practice lots of homework problems from sections 2.2-2.4.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2021. In particular, see Quiz 1, Quiz 2, and Test 1.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Fall 2020. In particular, see Quiz 1, Quiz 2, Quiz 3, and Test 1.
- You may want to check out old archived tests and quizzes from Spring 2020. In particular, see Quiz 1, Quiz 2, and Test 1 (problems 1-10).
- Also for practice, go back and redo these clicker problems and these.

- Consider rerviewing the class worksheets from Weeks 1-3: Week 1, Week 2, Week 3.

- The entire class time will be used for Test 1.

- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 10 and Lecture 11 notes.
- Watch the videos
on the limit definition of the derivative.

- Watch the videos
on differentiability.

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- Quiz 2 is due September 8.
- Practice the clicker problems associated with the Lecture 5 notes.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 7 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 7 material.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 8 notes.
- These videos will help you with the Lecture 8 material.
- After reading the lecture notes, work on this worksheet in order to be prepared for class.

- We will practice all types of limit problems. Time permitting, we will also discuss the formal definition of limit.
- Homework 1 is due September 15.

- Work some of the suggested homework problems from sections 2.2-2.5.
- Review all lecture notes for Lectures 1 through 8 (and possibly 9).
- Begin preparing for Test 1, which is scheduled for September 15.

- Homework 1 is due Februray 10.

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- Quiz 1 is due September 1.
- Practice the clicker problems associated with the Lecture 3 notes.
- Carefully read and work through the Lecture 4 notes. The Khan Academy videos on "Limit properties" and "Limits by direct substitution" might be helpful.
- Skim through the lecture notes labeled Lecture 5
and Lecture 6.
(There are some Khan Academy links in the "After Wednesday's class"
section that you might want to preview.)

- After reading the lecture notes, work on this worksheet in order to be prepared for class.

- We will discuss strategies for finding limits analytically. This material is in the notes labeled Lecture 4, Lecture 5, and Lecture 6.
- Quiz 2 is a take-home quiz covering the ideas in the Lectures 4, 5, and 6 notes. It is due September 8.

- Carefully reread and work through the lecture notes labeled Lecture 5 and Lecture 6. The Khan Academy videos on "Limits using algebraic manipulation", "Strategy in finding limits", and "Squeeze theorem" might be helpful.
- Review Section 2.2 of our textbook. Skim through section 2.3 of our textbook.
- Work some of the suggested homework problems from section 2.3.
- Quiz 2 is due September 8.

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- Carefully read the syllabus and make note of your questions. You
can find your syllabus on the class website. Be
sure to look at the syllabus for Section 950.

- Read the statement on COVID-19.
- Explore the class website, the lecture notes page, and our Canvas course shell.
- Skim through the review material in the lecture notes labeled Lecture 1 and Lecture 2.
- Read the lecture notes labeled Lecture 3.
This is the material we will discuss during Wednesday's class.

- After reading the lecture notes, work on this
worksheet in order to be prepared for class.

- We will discuss the concept of limit and estimate limits graphically and numerically.
- Quiz 1 is a take-home quiz covering the ideas in the Lecture 3 notes. It is due September 1.

- Carefully reread and work through the Lecture 3 notes.
- Skim through section 2.2 of our textbook.
- Work some of the suggested homework problems from section 2.2.
- Quiz 1 is due September 1.
- Get a head start on next week by reading the Lecture 4 notes.

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