In class work done in Calculus 2
Fall 2009, Math 104

September, 2009

(Last modified: Monday, September 28, 2009, 11:50 AM )

 9/3/09: Maple demo (Maple file. To download, right/control click on link, select equivalent of "save linked file ot desktop". Drag the file from your desktop onto Maple to open it.) Practicing with Maple, in context of relationship between f and f', optimization Solutions to Today's Work 9/4/09 Practicing antidifferentiation Solutions to Today's Work 9/10/09 Inverse Trig Functions; Antidifferentiation and Signed Area Solutions to Today's Work 9/11/09 Substitution Solutions to Today's Work Relevant graphs (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/14/09 Summation Notation and Intro to Approximating Sums Solutions to Today's Work Relevant graphs (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/16/09 Some stuff I want to display + In Class Work practicing with left and right sums 9/17/09 Working with approximating sums; if time, working with error bounds Solutions to Today's Work Demonstrating find Midpoint sum and the value of K for the error bound (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/18/09 Working with Error Bounds Demonstrating find Midpoint sum and the value of K for the error bound, in reading assignment, example, and as solution to in-class work (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/21/09 Area between curves Solutions to Today's Work Example: Approximating Arclenth (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/25/09 Just a few reminders Some graphs for display, including rotated graphs (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop) 9/28/09 Volume of solids of revolution Solutions to Today's Work Images of the solids we're working with (Maple file - right/control click, save to desktop)

Janice Sklensky
Wheaton College
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