(Last modified: Friday, February 11, 2005, 9:27 AM )

Monday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | ||||

1/24 | 1/26 | Welcome to Calc I | 1/27 | Introduction to | 1/28 | 1.2: Graphs | |

Maple | |||||||

1/31 | 1.3: A Field Guide to | 2/2 | 1.4: The Idea of the | 2/3 | More with plots | 2/4 | 1.4, continued |

Elementary Functions | Derivative | in Maple | 1.5: Estimating | ||||

Questions: PS 1 | PS 1 (ind) due | Derivatives | |||||

2/7 | 1.5, continued | 2/9 | 1.6, continued | 2/10 | 1.7, continued | 2/11 | 2.1: Defining the |

1.6: The Geometry of | 1.7: The Geometry of | 2.1: Defining the | Derivative | ||||

the Derivative | Higher Order Derivatives | Derivative | |||||

Questions: PS 2 | PS 2 (group) due | ||||||

2/14 | Finding Formulas | 2/16 | 2.2: Derivatives of Power | 2/17 | Begin Project 1 | 2/18 | Continue Project 1 |

for the Derivative | Functions and Polynomials | ||||||

Questions: PS 3 | PS 3 (ind) due | ||||||

2/21 | 2.3: Limits | 2/23 | Q & A for Exam 1 | 2/24 | Exam 1 | 2/25 | 2.4: Using Derivatives and |

(covers thru Section 2.2) | Antiderivative Formulas | ||||||

PS 4 should be done! | |||||||

2/28 | 2.5: Differential Equations; | 3/2 | 2.6: Derivatives of | 3/3 | 2.6, continued | 3/4 | Modeling growth |

Modeling Motion | Exponential and | ||||||

Logarithmic Functions | |||||||

Project 1 Draft Due | Questions: PS 5 | PS 5 (group) due | |||||

3/7 | 2.6, continued | 3/9 | 2.7, continued | 3/10 | Using the Product and | 3/11 | 3.2: Composition and |

2.7: Derivatives of Trig Fns | 3.1: The Product and | Quotient Rules | the Chain Rule | ||||

Modeling Oscillation | Quotient Rules | ||||||

Questions: PS 6 | PS 6 (ind) due | Project 1 due | |||||

3/14 | 3/16 | 3/17 | 3/18 | ||||

Spring Break | |||||||

3/21 | The Big Picture on | 3/23 | 4.3: Optimization | 3/24 | Differentiation Exam | 3/25 | 4.3, continued |

Differentiation | |||||||

Questions: PS 7 | PS 7 (group) due | ||||||

3/28 | 4.7: Taylor Polynomials | 3/30 | 4.7, continued | 3/31 | Begin Project 2 | 4/1 | Continue Project 2 |

Questions: PS 8 | PS 8 (ind) due | ||||||

4/4 | 4.7, continued | 4/6 | Q & A for Exam 2 | 4/7 | Exam 2 | 4/8 | 4.8, continued |

4.8: Why Continuity Matters | (covers thru Section 4.7) | The temp at the Equator | |||||

Diff Exam Deadline: 100% | PS 9 should be done! | and the IVT | |||||

4/11 | 4.9: Why Differentiability | 4/13 | 5.1: Areas and Integrals | 4/14 | Area as a function | 4/15 | 5.2: The Area Function |

Matters | |||||||

Questions: PS 10 | PS 10 (group) due | Project 2 due | |||||

4/18 | 5.3: The Fundamental | 4/20 | 5.3, continued | 4/21 | Working with the FTC | 4/22 | 5.4: The Method of Substitution |

Theorem of Calculus | |||||||

Diff Deadline - 75% | Questions: PS 11 | PS 11 (ind) due | |||||

4/25 | 5.4: The Method of | 4/27 | Q & A for Exam 3 | 4/28 | Exam 3 | 4/29 | 5.6: Approximating Sums |

Substitution | (covers thru Section 5.4) | ||||||

PS 12 should be done! | |||||||

5/2 | 5.6, continued | 5/4 | 3.3 Implicit Differentiation | 5/5 | Working with related rates | 5/6 | 4.6: Newton's Method: |

4.5: Related Rates | Finding roots | ||||||

Questions: PS 13 | PS 13 (group) due | Diff deadline - 50% | |||||

The final will be Thursday, May 13, from 9am - 12pm. | |||||||

**Janice Sklensky**

**Wheaton College**

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Science Center, Room 109

Norton, Massachusetts 02766-0930

TEL (508) 286-3973

FAX (508) 286-8278

jsklensk@wheatonma.edu