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HW Assignment for Math 124 Assignment Information This page will give a complete listing of the reading and homework assignments that you are required to do. There is also a listing of the Exam schedule for the semester. The homework will be done with WeBWorK (alternate entrance is http://webwork.sdsu.edu/html/current_courses.html). This is an electronic homework system that is graded automatically on the due date. This system has been extremely successful over many years with only a couple of glitches. The grades of students taking the course were highly correlated with the scores on the WeBWork homework assignments, so it is very important that you take this homework seriously (worth 17% of the lecture grade). If you find an error in one of the problems, then please email Joseph Mahaffy. On each problem of each assignment, you are allowed 10 tries to get the correct answer. Information on logging into WeBWorK is given by this hyperlink. Week 15: The Final is Mon, May 11, 15:3017:30. More details are below about the scope of the final. PDF lectures notes for Qualitative Analysis for Differential Equations (4Panel) are available. There are review problems called set ABioc4finrev are due by Mon. May 11 at 4 AM. These problems work as a review for the final and count as extra credit toward your HW grade. There is also a set called ABioc2LabExtra are due by Mon. May 11 at 4 AM, and these problems count as extra credit toward your lab score. (Ignore any parts of the questions that suggest a written lab report.) The Computer Lab has a computer portion using WeBWorK and a written part, which is due in GMCS 425 on every Thursday by 9 PM (in the labeled box). The WeBWorK portion of the Lab is due by Friday at 4 AM. Most computer labs consist of 3 primary questions and a question associated with the Help page. Except for the first Computer Lab, there will be one question that will be written into a formal report, demonstrating good graphing and writing techniques. More help for the lab can be found in a Lab Manual. 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). You can purchase a license for Maple,
which will expire May 31, 2015. I believe you go to the
Maple website: Lab Help: In lab we showed what is expected for graphs (do and don'ts). We have a document on the stepbystep methods to produce a good graph in Excel 2010. Also, there is additional documentation on what is expected through the link to the Good Graph Document. There is a new Maple adoption program with information to be inserted here soon for students wanting to use Maple at home. Tutoring The Department of Math has free tutoring, and information can be found at the Math Office. Math/Stats Tutoring is located in LL439, and details of the schedules can be found at Math Tutoring. (Tutors who are most familiar with this course are Nancy, Shelbi, and Vinnie.) They also have a list of Private Tutors . Additional
tutoring can be found with Octavio Medrano
who can be contacted through the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1543317565946234/ Grading and Exam Information This section will give you information about exams throughout the semester. Current Grades are coded and found through this hyperlink. (Find codes through Blackboard, then compare to Code list.) The grading for this course is based on 70% from the lecture material and 30% from the lab. The lecture grade is 7% from lecture participation (IClicker), 15% from the WeBWorK homework assignments, and 78% from the HW Quizzes, three Exams, and a Final. The lab grade is from approximately 14 computer labs and the 3 Lab Quizzess, which each count twice a normal lab. (You will be able to drop one lab score.) The labs are due by Thursday at 9 PM, after which no credit is given. Your Final for the semester occurs Mon, May 11, 15:3017:30. Final questions will be similar to ones in the previous Exams, Quizzes, WeBWorK assignments (including the Extra one), and the review sheets for all the exams. Material covers the entire semester with heavier emphasis on the Calculus portions (Exam 2 and Exam 3). Note that you will only be able to use a Scientific Calculator, so you might want to buy one and practice now (if you haven't already done so). Due to cheating in the past, we are restricting the choice to the TI30X series (TI30Xa, TI30XS, or TIX IIS). In addition, you can have three 3x5 notecards (both sides). Cell phones must be turned off and not be visible! The Solutions to Exams are available through the links below:
Exam Solutions:
Anyone receiving a score less than 50% on the Final may not obtain a grade higher than a C. Course Drop Deadlines: The University has a very strict policy on the drop deadline. You must drop this course by Feb. 3. 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 SelfTest, 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 2540% 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 5070% 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 (College Algebra) 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 53 problems that will be due by Fri. Jan 30 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 (4Panel) and Linear Models (4Panel) 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 Sat. Jan 31 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. 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. Jan 28 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. Jan 29 by 9 PM (in the labeled box). The WeBWorK portion (ABiocLab1) is due by Fri. Jan 30 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. Jan 28 at 4 AM, while the second part of the Lab (ABiocLab1) is due by Fri. Jan 30 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. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material in the linear and quadratic function notes. For Wednesday, the questions will come from material on quadratics and basic definitions of functions. Homework Quiz: Every week, in which you do NOT have a Lab Quiz, will be a HW Quiz based on the problems that you work on WeBWorK. You will work this HW Quiz under the same conditions as the Lecture Exams, meaning that you can have a 3x5 note card and a TI30X Scientific Calculator. For this first HW Quiz, there will be two questions to work from the Linear (ABioclinear) and Quadratic (ABiocquad) HW assignments. The problem from the Linear section will be similar to one of the HW Problems 17, 18, 19, and 20. The problem from the Quadratic section will be similar to one of the HW Problems 6, 7, 9, and 10. 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 SelfTest on Algebra, then you should know that the Drop date is Feb. 3. Continue reading the notes in Linear Models (4Panel), then work the problems in WeBWorK called set ABioclinear. These problems are due by Sat. Jan 31 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 are available. Formulate questions about both the lab and homework to ask in class. PDF lectures notes for Quadratics (4Panel), Least Squares (4Panel) and Function Review (4Panel) 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. Feb. 8 at 4 AM. Parallel homework problems for Least Squares follow the ones in WeBWork. Solutions for the Least Squares are available. There are also problems for the Function Review and Quadratics in WeBWorK called set ABiocquad (due by Sun. Feb. 8 at 4 AM) and set ABiocfcnrev (due by Sun. Feb. 8 at 4 AM). Similar homework problems to the WeBWork for the lectures on Quadratics and Function Review are available. Solutions for the Quadratics and Function Review sections are available. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material in the function composition and polynomial or rational functions notes. For Wednesday, the questions will come from material on rational, exponential, and/or logarithmic functions . Homework Quiz: The second HW Quiz will have two questions to work from the Function Review (ABiocfcnrev), Other Functions, (ABiocotherfcn), and Allometric (ABiocallometric) HW assignments. The possible problems from the Function Review section will be similar to one of the HW Problems 16 and 17. From the Other Functions section concentrate on HW Problems 5, 7, and 9. From the Allometric section possible problems will relate to HW Problems 3 and 4. Week 3: PDF lectures notes for the Other Function and Asymptotes (4Panel) and Allometric Modeling (4Panel) are available. We will begin trigonometry, and the PDF lectures notes for Trigonometry (4Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioclstsq are due by Sun. Feb. 8 at 4 AM. There are problems for the Function Review and Quadratics in WeBWorK called set ABiocfcnrev (due by Sun. Feb. 8 at 4 AM) and set ABiocquad (due by Sun. Feb. 8 at 4 AM). In addition, problems for the Other Functions and Asymptotes in WeBWorK called set ABiocotherfcn are due by Tue. Feb. 10 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 are available. Also, homework problems for the section on Other Functions and Asymptotes are available with Solutions for the Other Functions and Asymptotes. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocallometric are due by Thur. Feb. 12 at 4 AM. The WeBWorK problems parallel the ones in the text or on this website. Similar problems for the Allometric section are available at homework problems with Solutions for Allometric Modeling. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material on exponential, and/or logarithmic functions and trigonometric functions. On Wednesday, the graded questions will be on trigonometric graphs and models with possibly a discrete dynamical model question. Homework Quiz: The third HW Quiz will have two questions from the Allometric (ABiocallometric) and Trigonometric (ABioc2trig) HW assignments. The possible problems from the Allometric section relate to HW Problems 4, 6, and 10, while the emphasis from the Trigonometric HW are problems like 8, 10, and 18. Week 4: The lectures continue Trigonometric functions. This week will begin material on Discrete Dynamical Models. PDF lectures notes for Trigonometry (4Panel) and Discrete Dynamical Systems (4Panel) are available. There are also notes for Linear Discrete Dynamical Models (4Panel), which will be covered in the Lab this week. Your first Exam of the semester occurs on Wednesday, Feb. 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, Feb. 27. The problems in WeBWorKcalled set ABioc2trig are due by Tue. Feb. 17 at 4 AM. You can find parallel problems to the Web Work problems on Trigonometry. There are solutions to the Trigonometry HW. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocdiscrete are due by Sun. Feb. 22 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. Week 5:Your first Exam of the semester occurs on Wednesday, Feb. 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, Feb. 27. The lecture exam will cover through the material on Discrete Dynamical Models. 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 (4Panel) and Linear Discrete Dynamical Models (4Panel)are available. Also, the PDF lectures notes for the Introduction to the Derivative (4Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocdiscrete are due by Sun. Feb. 22 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. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioclindiscrete are due by Sun. Mar. 1 at 4 AM. The text also has similar homework in the Linear Discrete Dynamical Models section. Solutions for the Linear Discrete Dynamical Models are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocintroderiv are due by Tues. Mar. 3 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 are available. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material on trigonometric models and discrete dynamical models. On Wednesday, the graded questions are related to annual growth, linear discrete models, or growth rates. Homework Quiz: The fourth HW Quiz will have two questions with one similar to the Trigonometric HW problems 18 or 19 and another closely related to the Dicrete Models HW problems 3, 4, or 5. Week 6: Lecture material continues our beginning of the derivative. PDF lectures notes for the Velocity and Tangent Lines (4Panel), Limits, Continuity, and the Derivative (4Panel), Rules of Differentiation (4Panel), and Applications of the Derivative (4Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocintroderiv are due by Tues. Mar. 3 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 are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABiocveltang are due by Thur. Mar. 5 at 4 AM. The text has related homework problems for the Velocity and Tangent Lines sections. Solutions for the Velocity and Tangent Lines sections are available. WeBWorK problems are available for the Limits, Continuity, and the Derivative material and are called set ABioclimits are due by Sun. Mar. 8 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 are available. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material on the relationship between velocity and position and properties of limits. On Wednesday, the graded questions are on derivatives, maxima and minima, and points of inflection for polynomials. Homework Quiz: The fifth HW Quiz will have two questions with one similar to the HW problems from the sections Velocity and Tangent 3,5,7, Limits 7,8, and Rules of Differentiation 2,3,9. Week 7: Lecture material continues techniques of differentiation. PDF lectures notes for the Derivative of e^{x} and ln(x) (4Panel), Differentiation of Trigonometric Functions (4Panel) and, Product Rule (4Panel)are available. The problems in WeBWorK are available for the Rules of Differentiation material and are called set ABiocrules are due by Tues. Mar. 10 at 4 AM. WeBWorK problems are available for the Applications of the Derivative material and are called set ABioapplder (due by Tues. Mar. 10 at 4 AM). WeBWorK problems are available for the Derivative of e^{x} and ln(x) material and are called set ABioexpln (due byFri. Mar. 13 at 4 AM). The text has related homework problems for the Rules of Differentiation section. Solutions for the Rules of Differentiation are available. The text has related homework problems for the Applications of the Derivative section. Solutions for the Applications of the Derivative 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) are available. The problems in WeBWorKcalled set ABioc2difftrig is due by Sun. Mar. 15 at 4 AM. The HW problems on Differentiation of Trigonometric Functions are available with solutions to the Differentiation of Trigonometric Functions HW. WeBWork problems are available for the Product Rule and are called set ABioproduct (due by Tues. Mar. 17 at 4 AM) The text has related homework problems for the Product Rule section. Solutions for the Product Rule are available. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material on the derivative of an exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric functions. Also, graphing and minima or maxima of exponential, logarithmic, or trigonometric functions. On Wednesday, the graded questions are derivatives from trig functions, product rule, or quotient rule. Homework Quiz: The sixth HW Quiz will have three questions with problems similar to the HW problems from the sections Applications of the Derivative (#5,6) or Differentiation of e^{x} and ln(x) (#4, 5, 6), and basic differentiation using the Product Rule (#25). Week 8: Your second Exam of the semester occurs on Wednesday, Mar. 25. 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, Mar. 25. Lecture material continues techniques of differentiation. PDF lectures notes for the Quotient (4Panel), Chain (4Panel), and Optimization (4Panel) are available.WeBWork problems are available for the Product Rule and are called set ABioproduct (due by Tues. Mar. 17 at 4 AM)The text has related homework problems for the Product Rule section. Solutions for the Product Rule are available. WeBWork problems are available for the Quotient Rule and are called set ABiocquotient (due by Wed. Mar. 18 at 4 AM). The text also has homework problems for the Quotient Rule section. Solutions for the Quotient Rule are available. WeBWorK problems are available for the Chain Rule and are called set ABioc2chain (due by Sat. Mar. 21 at 4 AM). Similar problems are available in the text for the Chain Rule section. Solutions for the Chain rule homework are available. Optimization problems are available for WeBWorK(Set Bioc2opt) and are due by Tues. Mar. 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 problems. Graded IClicker questions on Monday relate to material on the Quotient and Chain rules. On Wednesday, the graded questions are related to Optimization (foraging or box) and Discrete Logistic Growth. Homework Quiz: The seventh HW Quiz will have three questions with problems similar to the HW problems from the sections Product rule (#13, 15), Quotient Rule (#1, 2), Chain Rule (#2, 3, 5, 6), and Optimization (#3, 4, 5). Week 9: Your second Exam of the semester occurs on Wednesday, Mar. 25. 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, Mar. 25.Lecture material examines applications of differentiation. PDF lectures notes for the Optimization (4Panel), Nonlinear Dynamical Systems: Part 1 Logistic Growth (4Panel), and Nonlinear Dynamical Systems: Part 2 Other Models (4Panel) are available. Optimization problems are available for WeBWorK(Set Bioc2opt) and are due by Tues. Mar. 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 problems. You should be working the WeBWorK problems from the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (Set Bioc2logistic), which are due Sat. Apr. 11 at 4 AM. Related problems to the WeBWorK ones are available in the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems homework, and they are available with solutions to the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems homework. Graded IClicker questions on Monday are on an optimization problem and on simulations, stability, and updating functions for discrete dynamical models. Homework Quiz: Lab Quiz this week. Week 10: Lecture material continues discrete dynamical models and begins differential equations.PDF lectures notes for the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems: Part 2 Other Models (4Panel), Introduction to Differential Equations (4Panel), and Linear Differential Equations (4Panel) are available. In Lab, you cover the lecture material from Numerical Methods for Differential Equations (4Panel).You should be working the WeBWorK problems from the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (Set Bioc2logistic), which are due Sat. Apr. 11 at 4 AM. Related problems to the WeBWorK ones are available in the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems homework, and they are available with solutions to the Nonlinear Dynamical Systems homework. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2introde is due by Tues. Apr. 14 at 4 AM. The text has similar homework problems in the section on Introduction to Differential Equations. Solutions are available for the Introduction to Differential Equations. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2linearde are due by Thur. Apr. 16 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. 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 Sat. Apr. 18 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 IClicker questions on Monday are on discrete dynamical models (updating functions and time series) and introducing differential equations. Wednesday the IClicker questions are associated with basic differential equations and linear differential equations. Homework Quiz: One question will come directly from Exam 2 with minor modifications (solutions below). The two others are closely related to the HW Problems from Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (#3, 5, 7) and Inroduction to Differential Equations (#2, 3). Week 11: Lecture material continues differential equations and begins integration. PDF lectures notes for Linear Differential Equations (4Panel), Differential Equations and Integration (4Panel) and Separation of Variables (4Panel) are available. In Lab, you covered the lecture material from Numerical Methods for Differential Equations (4Panel). The problems in WeBWorKcalled set ABioc2introde is due by Tues. Apr. 14 at 4 AM. The text has similar homework problems in the section on Introduction to Differential Equations. Solutions are available for the Introduction to Differential Equations. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2linearde are due by Thur. Apr. 16 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. 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 Sat. Apr. 18 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 Tues. Apr. 21 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 Thur. Apr. 23 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 IClicker questions on Monday are on basic differential equations and integraton. Wednesday the IClicker questions are on initial value problems, integrations, and possibly separation of variables. Homework Quiz: The three quiz questions will be similar to the HW problems from Linear Differential Equations (#2, 5, 9, 11) and Differential Equations and Integration (#2, 5, 7, 10). Week 1213: 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, May 1. Lecture material continues differential equations and integration. PDF lectures notes for Separation of Variables (4Panel), Integration by Substitution (4Panel), Riemann Sums and Numerical Integration (4Panel), and Definite Integrals (4Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2deint are due by Tues. Apr. 21 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 Thur. Apr. 23 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 Sun. Apr. 26 at 4 AM, and set ABioc2riemann are due by Tues. Apr. 28 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 Tues. Apr. 28 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 IClicker questions on Monday are from separable differential equations and integraton by substitution. Wednesday the IClicker questions are from the integration by substitution, midpoint and trapezoid rules, and definite integrals. Homework Quiz: The three quiz questions will be similar to the HW problems from the Separation of Variables HW (#4, 5, 9, 10), Integration by Substitution HW (#3, 4, 9, 11), and Definite Integrals HW (#11, 12, 13). Week 14: 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, May 1. Lecture material completes definite integrals. PDF lectures notes for Definite Integrals (4Panel) are available. The problems in WeBWorK called set ABioc2riemann are due by Tues. Apr. 28 at 4 AM. There are related homework problems in the text for the section on Riemann Sums and Numerical Integration. Solutions are available for Riemann Sums and Numerical Integration (with some complete solutions). The problems on definite integrals in WeBWork called set ABioc2definte_int are due by Tues. Apr. 28 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 IClicker questions on Monday are from definite integrals and reviewing the Quiz. 

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