Anyone receiving a score less than 50% on the
Final will not obtain a grade higher than a C-. This policy may be adjusted slightly depending on the class performance on the Final. However, the final is taken very seriously in the assigning of the final grade.

**Course
Drop Deadlines:** The University has a very strict
on the drop deadline. **You must drop this
course by Sept. 8**.

**Old
Assignments**
**Week 1: ****Add Codes will be
distributed after class or in the Lab based on the
space available and number of students crashing the
course. **You should start the WebWork
assignments immediately and let me know if I made any
mistakes entering your name or RedID number for the
login and password. See the WeBWorK
login instructions for details. **We will
give very limited help on problems on the Algebra
Self-Test, and we will not give any assistance
during the semester for questions asked within 24
hours of the problems being due.**

You need to familiarize
yourself with this website so that you will know where
to get the appropriate information for doing well in
this course. There is a page that should help you
navigate this website if you are not comfortable with
the web. Students are entitled to a free account on
rohan for receiving email and accessing many of the
University computer facilities. (I highly
recommend that you obtain this account as rohan has
certain abilities that you may want for this course and
future courses, which are unavailable by private
providers.) More
information on this is provided at the SDSU computer facilities website.

**Preparation: **The
experience of the Biology and Mathematics Departments
with this course in the past has shown that many of you,
who are taking this course, are not properly prepared.
Many of you have had a large time gap between your last
math course and this one or you simply had poor
preparation (often severe disinterest) in basic algebra.
**Math 121 had on average
25-40% of the students who enrolled either dropped
the course or failed it (usually from inadequate
preparation or unwillingness to work).**
To help you understand the expectations of students
entering this course, there is a Algebra
Review using WebWorK. It is your responsibility to
work through this Algebra worksheet and try to honestly
access your abilities. (When you discuss problems later
in the course, we are likely to ask you how you did on
this examination.) If you score over 70%, then you are
probably prepared for this course. If you score 50-70%
on this algebra review, then you may be able to succeed
with very hard work. **If you score below 50%,
then you are not prepared for this course** and
should enroll in **Math
105** or a **Community College
course** to refresh your Algebra skills. This Algebra Review
will count toward your homework grade, so it is not an
optional assignment. This problem set in WebWork is
given by **Set ABiocAlg** and consists of 48
problems that will be due by**Fri. Sept. 5**at **4
AM**. (There is also a problem for changing your
password and adding email to this account.) Information
on logging into WeBWorK is given by this
hyperlink.

Reading assignment: Read all
sections in the introduction to be familiar with the
course policies and what is expected of you. (You may
want to read the CSU
and SDSU College of Sciences policy statement
also.) **PDF lectures notes** for
the **Introduction**
(4-Panel)
and **Linear
Models** (4-Panel)
are available. (More reading material can be found in
the text under Introduction and Linear or from the
lecture notes from Math
121.) The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioclinear.
These problems are **due by Fri. Sept. 5 ** at **4
AM**. The problems in the text, which closely
parallel the WeBWorK problems, are available over the
web at homework
problems for Linear Modeling. Solutions for these
problems are available on the web at Linear
Modeling homework solutions with complete
solutions to selected problems. **Before
your Computer Lab on Friday**, you should read
the **Help page for Lab 1** and work ABiocLab1A in WeBWorK
that quizzes you on significant points about the
Computer Lab that you will be working. These problems
are **due by ****Wed. Sept 3** at **4
AM**. You may want to review the Sample
Lab that explains many of the steps to creating a
good lab for this course.

The Computer Lab has a
computer portion using WeBWorK
and a written part, which is due in GMCS 425 on **Thurs.
Sept 4 by 9 PM** (in the labeled box). The
WeBWorK portion (ABiocLab1)
is **due by Fri. Sept. 5 ** at **4 AM**.
The first computer lab
consists of 3 primary questions and a question
associated with the Help page. You can get more
information to answer the Help page question from the Lab
1 Help page. More help for the lab can be found in
a **Lab
Manual**. The other 3 questions have
multiple parts. You answer some of the questions in WeBWorK
much like your homework problems based on the answers
that you derive in the Computer Lab. The first part of
the Lab (ABiocLab1A) is **due
by ****Wed. Sept 3** at **4 AM**,
while the second part of the Lab (ABiocLab1)
is **due by Fri. Sept. 5 ** at **4 AM** (before
the next lab). The questions in WeBWorK
have parts that are written in a **Lab Report**
and are clearly labeled. You and your partner will turn
in a single **Lab Report** with **2
cover pages** (or one Cover
Page for each member of the group if different
from 2) in **GMCS 425**.

**Week 2:**
**To
encourage prompt work on the WeBWorK assignments,
we may not answer any email about WeBWorK problems
within 24 hours of the time that the problems are
due.** **Results of the
Algebra Quiz are available. If you had
difficulties with the Self-Test on Algebra, then you
should know that the Drop date is Sept 8.**
Continue reading the notes in **Linear
Models** (4-Panel),
then work the problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioclinear.
These problems are **due by Fri. Sept. 5 ** at **4
AM**. The WeBWorK problems parallel the ones in
the text or on this website. Similar problems to the WeBWorK
are available at **Linear Modeling hw problems**
in the **Linear** section. From the web, there are
solutions to these problems in the text, linear
homework solutions and complete
solutions to selected problems are available.
Formulate questions about both the lab and homework to
ask in class. **PDF lectures notes**
for **Quadratics**
(4-Panel),
**Least
Squares ** (4-Panel)
and **Function
Review ** (4-Panel)
are available. (More reading material can be found in
the text under **Least Square Analysis**
or **Function Review and Quadratics**
from the lecture notes from Math
121.)
WeBWorK
set for Least Squares called set
ABioclstsq are **due by Sun. Sept. 14 **
at **4 AM**. Parallel homework problems from the
text (or website) for **Least
Squares** and **Function
Review and Quadratics** follow the ones in
WeBWork. **Solutions** for the Least
Squares (with selected complete
solutions) and Function
Review and Quadratic sections (with selected complete
solutions) are available. There are also
problems for the **Function Review and Quadratics**
in WeBWorK
called set
ABiocquad (**due by ****Sun. Sept. 14** at
**4 AM)** and set
ABiocfcnrev (**due by ****Sun. Sept. 14**
at **4 AM**). Similar problems
to the WeBWork for the chapter on Function Review and
Quadratics are available at **homework problems** there. **Solutions** for the Function Review and
Quadratic
sections (with selected complete
solutions) are available.

**Week 3:** **PDF lectures notes**
for the **Other
Function and Asymptotes** (4-Panel)
and **Allometric
Modeling ** (4-Panel)
are available. We will begin trigonometry, and the **PDF
lectures
notes** for**Trigonometry**
(4-Panel)
are available. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioclstsq are
**due by ****Sun.
Sept. 14 **at **4 AM**. There are
problems for the **Function Review and Quadratics**
in WeBWorK
called set ABiocfcnrev (**due
by ****Sun. Sept. 14
**at **4 AM**) and set
ABiocquad (**due by ****Sun. Sept. 14 **at **4 AM)**.
In addition, problems for the **Other Functions and
Asymptotes** in WeBWorK
called set ABiocotherfcn
are **due by**** Tue.
Sept. 16** at **4 AM**. The WeBWorK
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. Similar problems to the WeBWork for the chapter
on Function Review and Quadratics are available at **homework problems** there. **Solutions** for the Function Review and Quadratic sections (with selected complete
solutions) are available. Also, **homework problems** for the section on Other
Functions and Asymptotes are available with **Solutions** for the Other
Functions and Asymptotes (with selected complete
solutions). The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABiocallometric
are **due by ****Wed.
Sept. 17**** at 4 AM**. The WeBWorK
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. Similar problems to the WeBWorK for the chapter
on Other Functions and
Asymptotes are available at **homework problems** with **Solutions** for the Other
Functions and Asymptotes (with selected complete
solutions). Similar problems for the
Allometric section are available at **homework problems** with **Solutions** for Allometric Modeling ( with selected complete
solutions).

**I-Clicker questions** on Tuesday for
credit will relate to solve an exponential equation and
determine a logarithmic graph. For Thursday the credit
will relate to a trigonometric graph and horizontal
shifts.

**Week 4:** The
lectures continue on Trigonometric functions. This week
will begin material on Discrete Dynamical Models. **PDF
lectures
notes** for **Trigonometry**
(4-Panel)
and **Discrete
Dynamical Systems** (4-Panel)
are available. There are also notes for **Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models** (4-Panel),
which will be covered in the Lab this week. Your first **Exam**
of the semester occurs on **Thursday,
Sept. 25**. A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**)
is available to help you prepare for the lecture part of
the exam along with a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Sept. 26**. The problems in WeBWorKcalled
set ABioc2trig are **due
by Sun. Sept. 21 at 4 AM**. You can find
parallel problems to the Web Work problems on Trigonometry.
There are solutions to the Trigonometry
HW (with more complete
solutions). The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABiocdiscrete
are **due by Tues. Sept. 23 at 4 AM**. The
WeBWorK problems parallel the ones in the text or on
this website. The text has similar **homework
problems** with **Solutions** for the Discrete
Dynamical Systems (with selected complete
solutions).

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday for credit will relate to the period and
amplitude of a trigonometric function and one similar to
the Trigonometric HW Problem #13. For Thursday the
credit will relate to the amplitude of a trig function
and the growth rate of a discrete population model.

**Week 5:** Your first **Exam**
of the semester occurs on **Thursday,
Sept. 25**. A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**
and more
detailed solutions from Kimy) is available to help
you prepare for the lecture part of the exam along with
a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Sept. 26**. This week continues material on Discrete
Dynamical Models and Linear Discrete Dynamical Models.
We should begin introducing the derivative. **PDF
lectures notes** for **Discrete
Dynamical Systems** (4-Panel)
and **Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models** (4-Panel)are
available. Also, the **PDF lectures notes**
for the **Introduction
to the Derivative **
(4-Panel)
are available. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABiocdiscrete are
**due by Tues. Sept. 23 at 4 AM**. The WeBWorK problems
parallel the ones in the text or on this website. The
text has similar **homework
problems** with **Solutions** for the Discrete
Dynamical Systems (with
selected complete
solutions). The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioclindiscrete
are **due by ****Thur.
Oct. 2 at 4 AM**. The text also
has similar homework in the Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models section. **Solutions** for the Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models (with selected complete
solutions) are available. The problems
in WeBWorK
called set ABiocintroderiv
are **due by Sun. Oct. 5 at 4 AM**. The WebWork
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. The text
has related **homework problems** for the Introduction
to the Derivative section. **Solutions** for the Introduction
to the Derivative (with complete
solutions) are available.

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday for credit will relate to the doubling time
for a Malthusian growth model and the equilibrium of a
Linear discrete population model (with immigration). For
Thursday, the exam covers the entire class period.

**Week 6: **The **Exam
1 scores** were a little low, so for
this exam, you are allowed to rework
the exam (by yourself) and **turn in corrections for 50% of the
missed points**. The corrections are
to be written on **separate sheets of paper**
and **stapled to the back of the exam**
when you resubmit it. The corrections are **due at
class time Tuesday, Oct. 7**. Lecture
material continues our beginning of the derivative.
**PDF lectures notes** for the **Introduction
to the Derivative ** (4-Panel)**, ****Velocity
and Tangent Lines ** (4-Panel), **Limits,
Continuity, and the Derivative **(4-Panel),
**Rules
of Differentiation**
(4-Panel),
and **Applications
of the Derivative ** (4-Panel)
are
available. The problems
in WeBWorK
called set ABioclindiscrete
are **due by ****Thur.
Oct. 2 at 4 AM**. The text also
has similar homework in the Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models section. **Solutions** for the Linear
Discrete Dynamical Models (with selected complete
solutions) are available. The
problems in WeBWorK
called set ABiocintroderiv
are **due by Sat. Oct. 4 at 4 AM**. The WebWork
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. The text
has related **homework problems** for the Introduction
to the Derivative section. **Solutions** for the Introduction
to the Derivative (with complete
solutions) are available. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABiocveltang
are **due by Mon. Oct. 6 at 4 AM**. The text has
related **homework problems** for the Velocity and Tangent Lines sections. **Solutions** for the Velocity and Tangent Lines sections (with complete
solutions) are available. WeBWorK
problems are available for the Limits, Continuity, and
the Derivative material and are called set ABioclimits are **due by
Tues. Oct. 7 at 4 AM**. The text has related **homework
problems** for the Limits, Continuity, and the
Derivative section. **Solutions** for the Limits, Continuity, and the
Derivative
(with complete
solutions) are available.

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday for credit will relate to the growth rate for
a child and the average velocity of a cat. For Thursday,
the questions are related to interpreting graphs of
weight of a puppy to obtain growth rate and determining
limits of functions.

**Week 7: **The rework
of the exam (by yourself) is due this week
with** corrections worth
50% of the missed points**. The
corrections are to be written on **separate
sheets of paper** and **stapled to the
back of the exam** when you resubmit it. The
corrections are **due at class time Tuesday, Oct. 7**.
Lecture material continues techniques of
differentiation. **PDF lectures notes**
for the **Rules
of Differentiation** (4-Panel),**Applications
of the Derivative ** (4-Panel),
**Derivative
of e**^{x} and ln(x) (4-Panel),
**Differentiation
of
Trigonometric Functions** (4-Panel)
and, **Product
Rule ** (4-Panel)are
available. The problems in WeBWorK are available for the Rules of Differentiation
material and are called set
ABiocrules are **due by Thur. Oct. 9 at 4 AM**.
WeBWorK
problems are available for the Applications of the
Derivative material and are called set ABioapplder (**due by Sun.
Oct. 12 at 4 AM)**. WeBWorK
problems are available for the Derivative of e^{x}
and ln(*x*) material and are called set ABioexpln (**due byMon.
Oct. 13 at 4 AM)**. The text has related **homework
problems** for the Rules of Differentiation
section. **Solutions** for the Rules
of Differentiation (with complete
solutions) are available. The text has related **homework
problems** for the Applications of the
Derivative
section. **Solutions** for the Applications
of the Derivative (with complete
solutions) are available.
The text has related **homework
problems** for the Derivative
of e^{x} and ln(*x*)
section. **Solutions** for the Derivative
of e^{x} and ln(*x*) (with complete
solutions) are available. The problems in WeBWorKcalled
set ABioc2difftrig is **due by ****Wed. Oct. 15 at 4 AM****.**
The HW problems on Differentiation
of
Trigonometric Functions are available with
solutions to the Differentiation
of
Trigonometric Functions HW (with more complete
solutions). WeBWork
problems are available for the Product Rule and are
called set ABioproduct (**due
by TBA at 4 AM)** The text has related **homework
problems** for the Product Rule
section. **Solutions** for the Product Rule (with complete
solutions) are available.

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday for credit will relate to the HW #9 with a
cat jumping for a pigeon and the derivative of an
exponential function (or POI if fail to get to
exponential). For Thursday, the questions are graphing a
polymer drug concentration and either the derivative of
a trig function or critical point with the product rule.

**Week 8:**Your second **Exam**
of the semester occurs on **Tuesday,
Oct. 28**. A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**)
is available to help you prepare for the lecture part of
the exam. There is a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Oct. 24**.
Lecture material continues techniques of
differentiation. **PDF
lectures notes** for the **Product
Rule ** (4-Panel),
**Quotient**
(4-Panel), **Chain**
(4-Panel),
and **Optimization**
(4-Panel)
are available. The problems
in WeBWorKcalled
set ABioc2difftrig is **due by ****Wed. Oct. 15 at 4 AM****.**
The HW problems on Differentiation
of
Trigonometric Functions are available with
solutions to the Differentiation
of
Trigonometric Functions HW (with more complete
solutions). WeBWork
problems are available for the Product Rule and are
called set ABioproduct (**due
by Sat. Oct. 18 at 4 AM)** The text has related **homework
problems** for the Product Rule
section. **Solutions** for the Product Rule (with complete
solutions) are available.
WeBWork
problems are available for the Quotient Rule and are
called set ABiocquotient
**(****due by Mon. Oct. 20 at
4 AM)**.
The text also has homework problems for the Quotient Rule
section. Solutions for
the Quotient
Rule (with complete
solutions) are
available. WeBWorK
problems are available for the Chain Rule and are called
set ABioc2chain (**due by
TBA at 4 AM)**. Similar problems are available in
the text for the Chain Rule
section. Solutions for the Chain
rule homework are complete (with complete
solutions (chain) ). Optimization problems are available for WeBWorK(Set
Bioc2opt) and
are due **TBA** ** at 4 AM**.
Related problems to the WeBWorK ones are available from
in the Optimization
homework
section. There are solutions
to
the Optimization
homework and more complete
solutions to a selection of those problems.

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday for credit will relate to the critical point
for product of polynomial and exponential and either the
zero of a damped oscillator or the graph of the
derivative of tan(x). For Thursday, the questions are
graphing the derivative for a repression model and
finding the derivative with the chain rule.

**Week 9:**Your second **Exam**
of the semester occurs on **Tuesday,
Oct. 28**. A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**)
is available to help you prepare for the lecture part of
the exam. There is a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Oct. 24**.
Lecture material examines applications of
differentiation. **PDF
lectures notes** for the **Optimization**
(4-Panel)
are available. WeBWorK
problems are available for the Chain Rule and are called
set ABioc2chain (**due by
Wed. Oct 22 at 4 AM)**. Similar problems are
available in the text for the Chain Rule
section. Solutions for the Chain
rule homework are complete (with complete
solutions (chain) ). Optimization problems are available for WeBWorK(Set
Bioc2opt) and
are **due by Fri. Oct 24 at 4 AM**.
Related problems to the WeBWorK ones are available from
in the Optimization
homework
section. There are solutions
to
the Optimization
homework and more complete
solutions to a selection of those problems.

**I-Clicker questions**
on Tuesday are one on optimal foraging of crows on
whelks and one on either optimal area from cutting a
string or the logistic growth model. For Thursday, the
questions are on Optimization problems. Student
choice of HW or Review
problems will be demonstrated in class based on
vote.

**Week 10:** Lecture material continues
discrete dynamical models and begins differential
equations.**PDF
lectures notes** for the **Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems: Part 1 Logistic Growth**
(4-Panel),
**Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems: Part 2 Other Models **
(4-Panel),
and
**Introduction
to Differential Equations ** (4-Panel)
are available. You should be working the WeBWorK
problems from the Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems (Set Bioc2logistic), which
are due **Sat. ****Nov.
8**** at 4 AM**. Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems homework are available (with complete
solutions
(logistic)).

**I-Clicker questions**
on Thursday, the questions are on simulations,
stability, and updating functions for discrete dynamical
models.

**Week 11:** **Due
to the weak performance on Exam 2**, there will
be **short Quizzes on basic lecture material**
from the past during the Computer Lab. Your first **special
review sheet** is available (with **solutions)**.
The rules for the quizzes are the same as for the exam
(3x5 notecard and scientific calculator only). Lecture
material begins differential equations.** PDF
lectures notes** for the **Introduction
to Differential Equations ** (4-Panel)
and **Linear
Differential
Equations ** (4-Panel)
are available. In Lab, you cover the
lecture material from **Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations ** (4-Panel).You
should be working the WeBWorK
problems from the Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems (Set Bioc2logistic), which
are due **Sat. Nov. 8
at 4 AM**. Nonlinear
Dynamical Systems homework are available (with complete
solutions
(logistic)). The problems in
WeBWorKcalled
set ABioc2introde is **due
by Mon. Nov. 10 at 4 AM.**The text has
similar homework problems in the section an Introduction
to
Differential Equations. Solutions are available
for the Introduction
to
Differential Equations. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2linearde
are **due by Wed. Nov. 12 at 4 AM.** The WebWork
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. The text has similar problems on Linear
Differential
Equations. Solutions are available for the Linear
Differential
Equations. More complete solutions are available
for the HW problems on Linear
Differential
Equations. There
are a small number of HW problems for the Numerical
Methods of Differential Equations, which is covered in
the Computer Lab. These are probably best worked using
an Excel spreadsheet to help solve. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2numerde
are **due by Fri. Nov. 14 at 4 AM.** There are
related homework problems in the text for the section on
Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations. Solutions are
available for the Numerical
Methods for Differential Equations. More complete
solutions are available for the HW problems on Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations.

**Graded I-Clicker
questions** on Tuesday, the questions are on
solutions of basic linear differential equations,
including radioactive decay, Malthusian growth, and
others with a constant term. Questions for
Thursday are on solving and graphing solutions of linear
differential equations.

**Week 12:** **Continuing
Quiz material related to Exam 2**, there will
be a second **short Quiz on basic lecture
material** from the past during the Computer
Lab. Your second **special
review sheet** is available (with **solutions)**.
The rules for the quizzes are the same as for the exam
(3x5 notecard and scientific calculator only). Lecture
material continues differential equations and
integration.** PDF lectures notes** for **Differential
Equations
and Integration** (4-Panel)
and **Separation
of
Variables** (4-Panel)
are available. In Lab, you cover the
lecture material from **Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations ** (4-Panel).
The problems
in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2linearde
are **due by Wed. Nov. 12 at 4 AM.** The WebWork
problems parallel the ones in the text or on this
website. The text has similar problems on Linear
Differential
Equations. Solutions are available for the Linear
Differential
Equations. More complete solutions are available
for the HW problems on Linear
Differential
Equations. There
are a small number of HW problems for the Numerical
Methods of Differential Equations, which is covered in
the Computer Lab. These are probably best worked using
an Excel spreadsheet to help solve. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2numerde
are **due by Fri. Nov. 14 at 4 AM.** There are
related homework problems in the text for the section on
Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations. Solutions are
available for the Numerical
Methods for Differential Equations. More complete
solutions are available for the HW problems on Numerical
Methods
for Differential Equations. The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2deint are
**due by Thur. Nov. 20 at 4 AM.** Other related
homework problems are in the section on Differential
Equations
and Integration. Solutions are available for the Differential
Equations
and Integration (with more
complete
solutions also available). The problems in WeBWorK
called set ABioc2sepde are
**due by Sat. Nov. 22 at 4 AM**. There are related
homework problems in the text for the sections on Separation
of
Variables. Solutions are available for Separation
of
Variables (with some complete
solutions).

**Graded I-Clicker
questions** on Thursday are on a basic
integration and solving an elementary differential
equation by integration.

**Week 13:** **T**here
will be a third **short Quiz on basic lecture
material** from the past during the Computer
Lab. Your third **special
review sheet** is available (with **solutions****)**.
This quiz will add the material for Linear Differential
Equations, but concentrate on graphing. The rules for
the quizzes are the same as for the exam (3x5 notecard
and scientific calculator only). A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**)
is available to help you prepare for the lecture part
of the exam.There
is a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Dec. 5**. Lecture
material continues differential equations and
integration.** PDF lectures notes** for** ****Separation
of
Variables** (4-Panel), **Integration
by Substitution ** (4-Panel),
and **Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration ** (4-Panel) are available. The
problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2deint are **due by Thur. Nov. 20 at 4 AM.** Other related
homework problems are in the section on Differential
Equations
and Integration. Solutions are available for the Differential
Equations
and Integration (with more
complete
solutions also available). The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2sepde are **due by Sat. Nov. 22 at 4 AM**. There are related
homework problems in the text for the sections on Separation
of
Variables. Solutions are available for Separation
of
Variables (with some complete
solutions). The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2intbysub are **due by Tues. Nov. 25 at 4 AM**, and set ABioc2riemann are **due
by Sat. Nov. 29 at 4 AM**. There are related
homework problems in the text for the sections on Integration
by Substitution and Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration. Solutions are
available for Integration
by Substitution (with some complete
solutions) and Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration (with some complete
solutions)

**Graded I-Clicker
questions** on Tuesday are on a
solving a differential equation by separation of variable
and using substitution methods to find an integral. The
questions for Thursday are solving integrals and differential equations using substitutions.

**Week 14:** **Thanksgiving week**. A **review
sheet** (with **solutions**)
is available to help you prepare for the lecture part
of the exam.There
is a **practice
lab** (with **solutions**)
for the **Lab Exam** on **Friday,
Dec. 5**. Lecture
material continues on integration and introduces the definite integral with the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.** PDF lectures notes** for** ****Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration ** (4-Panel) and **Definite Integrals ** (4-Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2intbysub are **due by Tues. Nov. 25 at 4 AM**, and set ABioc2riemann are **due
by Sat. Nov. 29 at 4 AM**. There are related
homework problems in the text for the sections on Integration
by Substitution and Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration. Solutions are available for Integration
by Substitution (with some complete
solutions) and Riemann
Sums and Numerical Integration (with some complete
solutions). The problems on definite integrals in WeBWork called set ABioc2definte_int are **due by Wed. Dec. 3 at 4 AM**. There are related homework problems in the text for the sections on Definite Integrals. The solutions are available for Definite Integrals (with some complete solutions).

**Graded I-Clicker
questions** on Tuesday are on definite integrals.