January and February, 2013
WeBWorK: covers bits of Section 9.1 and 9.3. On Problem 4, write your parametric equations as <x(t), y(t)>.Handwritten:
Section 9.1: 2, 6, 22, 42, 46
For 2 & 6, do not use graphing technology). For 22, to graph a parametric plot, use Maple (see bottom of main public page for instructions on how to download onto your computer and a link to guidelines for using Maple), or go online to Wolfram Alpha and type "parametric plot (cos(3t), sin(_t)), t=0..2PiSection 9.2: All problems from the textbook have been postponed to next week.
Section 9.3: 27
WeBWorK: Covers a bit of Section 9.3 again, as well as 9.2, 9.4 and 9.5Handwritten:
Section 9.2: 20
Section 9.4: 12, 36
For 36, plot points by hand, rather than just copying what technology creates.Section 9.5: 28
WeBWorK: Covers Sections 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, and a little of 10.4Handwritten:
Section 10.1: 2, 8, 40
Note: #40 asks you to find a direction. Please find both the angle and a unit vector in that direction.
Section 10.2: 2, 44, 56
Note: For #2, plot each point on a different set of axes. For each, show all lines used.
Section 10.3: 31
WeBWork: Covers Sections 10.3 and 10.4Handwritten:
Section 10.3: 34
Section 10.4: 24, 43, 44, 60
WeBWorK: Covers Section 10.5 and 11.1Handwritten:
None: I want you to know before the exam whether the ideas are all making sense
Janice Sklensky
Wheaton College
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
SC 1306
Norton, Massachusetts 02766-0930
TEL (508) 286-3973
FAX (508) 285-8278
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