Problem Sets for Calculus 1
    Fall 2010, Math 101

    November and December, 2010

    Be sure to check back often, because assignments may change!
    (Last modified: Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 12:30 PM )

    WW 9 and PS 9

    WW 9 will not be graded but should be done as an introduction to Sections 3.5 and 3.6 before doing those parts of the study guide. Available through WeBWork

    WW 10 and PS 10

    WW 10, due Wednesday 11/10: Available through WeBWork

    PS 10, due Thursday 11/11: Group Assignment

    Section 3.7: 10, 16, 18
    Taylor Polynomial , Take 2 (available on OnCourse): 1, 2

    WW 11 and PS 11

    WW 11, due Wednesday 11/17: Available through WeBWork

    PS 11, due Thursday 11/18: Individual Assignment

    Taylor Polynomial Handout, Take 2 (available on OnCourse): 3, 13, 34
    Section 4.3: 2(b), 4(a), 24

    WW 12 and PS 12

    WW 12 will not be graded but should be done as an introduction to Sections 4.3 and 4.4 before doing those parts of the study guide. In addition to WW12, the handout listed below (PS 12) should also be done before doing the portions of the study guide relating to the area function. It will not be collected.

    Available through WeBWork

    The Area Function Handout (available on OnCourse): 3, 5, 6, 21, 22, 24, 28

    Note: To ensure you master the ideas behind the integral, for these problems only use what we've learned through Section 4.4 -- that is the idea of the definite integral as signed area-- and some high school geometry. If you've learned something else about the integral from a previous class or from tutors or friends, don't use it for these problems.

    WW 13 and PS 13

    WW 13, due Friday 12/10: Available through WeBWork

    Note: In order to ensure that you get as much feedback as possible, I have eliminated the written problem set for this week, instead putting everything into the webwork assignment.

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