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Suggestions for Reading a Math Book

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Grade Calculator--if you have a record of all your scores, you can calculate what percentage of the possible points you have at any time during the semester!

Guidelines for Submitting Reading Assignments

**Reading Assignments**

Answers to the most recent reading assignment

Guidelines for Homework Presentation

**Note:** Of the problems listed below, you are only required to turn in those which are in **bold** print. This is to keep the grading timely and under control.

You are responsible for all of the problems, and I strongly recommend that you use the same standards of excellence in presentation for those you are not turning in as for those you are turning in. Rewriting and organizing your homework helps cement the ideas in your mind, and your homework will be an excellent study tool if it's well-explained and easy to read.

Review the guidelines for homework presentation frequently.

**Due 9/10**

Please return the questionnaire handed out on 9/8

**Due 9/20**
PS 1: Group Assignment

Triangle Trig Handout:1, 2abcd, 3,4, 5

Section 1.1:3,4, 7, 9

Section 1.2:3,5, 6efg

**Due 9/27**
PS 2: Group Assignment

Section 1.3:1ae,2, 3,9, 10, 11

Section 1.4:1i & iv,3

Section 1.5:3,5ce

**Due 10/4**
PS 3: Individual Assignment

Section 2.2:1, 2, 5, 6,8, 11,13, 17, 19, 20

Section 2.3:2, 4,6Remember to do

allthe assigned problems, not just those to be turned in!

note:Come look at the solutions to old homework problems! I have them all (or most of them) in a notebook in my office! I've tried (for the most part) to write them up in detail. You can even borrow a few pages to photocopy!

**Due 10/13**

PS 4: Group Assignment

Section 2.3:8, 13, 15a,16, 20,26ac, 28afg, 29

Section 2.4:1ab,5, 8abcfAs always, remember to do

allthe assigned problems, not just those to be turned in! The exam does cover this material, somewhat.

**Due 10/18**

PS 5: Individual Assignment

Section 2.3:12,17

Section 2.4:1hik, 6ac, 11ace,12, 13, 14, 17, 24cd, 25

As always, remember to doallthe assigned problems.

**Due 10/25**

PS 6: Group Assignment

Section 2.5:1abc, 2bdf, 4,5, 8, 15cdeFor 1abc,

dograph them on a graphing calculator!)As always, remember to do

allthe assigned problems.

We have fewer problems this week than usual because of the project. Take advantage of the extra time to work hard on your calculations for the sheriff!

**Due 11/1**

PS 7: Individual Assignment

Section 2.5:1ef, 2ac, 6, 13, 14bcde, 15f,18

Section 2.6:2a, 5

Once again, your problem set is shorter than usual, to allow you to work on writing a professional letter to Sheriff Valente. Make sure youdoput in enough time on your project, and as always, doallthe assigned problemss.

**Due 11/8**

PS 8: Group Assignment

Section 2.71abcd, 2b, 3, 4, 6, 8,11bc, 13,14

Section 7.13ab, 4bef, 5ghj(w/out calc), 5k (w/ calc), 6, 8,10, 12 Doallthe assigned problems, as always.

**Due 11/15**

PS 9: Individual Assignment

Section 7.1:3cf, 4cd,11

Section 7.4:1ad,3(for c, do only 8 feet), 6

Section 4.1:4acf, 5, 8, 10ab, 15

Doallthe assigned problems, as always.

**Due 11/22**

PS 9: Group Assignment

Section 4.1:6, 7

Section 4.4:1, adgnp, 4, 5abc,6, 7cdeg,8, 9,12, 17, 20

Do

**Due 11/29**

**Due 12/6**

PS 10: Individual Assignment

DoSection 4.4:4, 5ef, 10, 11

Section 4.6:2, 4,5, 18, 19

Section 7.2:1df, 3,4, 13aefi

**Due 12/13**

PS 11: Group Assignment

(This assignment will not be collected, but of course you need to do all the problems, as the final covers these sections as well as all the others.)

DoSection 7.2:8, 13bh, 14adefhj, 16

Section 7.3:1, 2, 4, 8, 14, 15, 19, 22, 23

Section 7.4:5, 7

Section 7.5:2, 4, 5, 11, 13, 16, 17

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