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Math 1b Homework Assignments

The homework assignments listed below are the assignments for MWF sections of Math 1b. The dates indicated are the dates the homework is due. Homework problems in parentheses are not to be turned in, but are strongly recommmended.

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HW #T21(T Dec 19, or before): All of 17.4.

HW #30 (F Dec 15): Read section 17.4 and do problems 17.4/2,4,8,10 .

HW #T20(Th Dec 14): 17.2/6,8,16 and all of 17.3.

HW #29 (W Dec 13): Read section 17.3 and do problems 17.3/2,4a,6,16abde .

HW #T19(T Dec 12): All of 17.1 and 17.2/2.

HW #28 (M Dec 11): Read section 17.2 and do problems 17.2/2,6,8,16 .

HW #27 (F Dec 8): Read section 17.1 and do problems 17.1/(4),8,20,30,32 .

Everyone (T Dec 5): STUDY for MIDTERM

HW #T18(T Dec 5): All of 11.11 and all of 11.12.

HW #26 (M Dec 4): Read section 11.12 and do problems 11.12/(4),6,14,16,26,28 .

HW #25 (F Dec 1): Read section 11.11 and do problems 11.11/(2),6,8,12,18 .

HW #T17(Th Nov 30): All of 11.10.

HW #24 (W Nov 29): Read section 11.10 and do problems 11.10/(4),(12),14,26,36,40,(45),54,(56) .

HW #T16(T Nov 28): 11.8/18,24,(30),(35),36 and all of 11.9.

HW #23 (M Nov 27): Read section 11.9 and do problems 11.9/4,12,16,26,34,(39) .

Everyone (Th Nov 23): THANKSGIVING

HW #22 (W Nov 22): Read section 11.8 and do problems 11.8/6,10,(14),18,24,(30),(35),36 .

HW #T15(T Nov 21): All of 11.7 and 11.8/6,10,(14).

HW #21 (M Nov 20): Read section 11.7 and do problems 11.7/6,(12),16,(18),24,30,34,(36) .

HW #20 (F Nov 17): Read section 11.6 and do problems 11.6/6,10,(12),(18),22,(28),30,34 .

HW #T14(Th Nov 16): 11.5/14,18,(35),36 and all of 11.6.

HW #19 (W Nov 15): Read section 11.5 and do problems 11.5/6,10,14,18,(35),36 .

HW #T13(T Nov 14): All of 11.4 and 11.5/6,10.

HW #18 (M Nov 13): Read section 11.4 and do problems 11.4/6,12,20,(26),(31),32,(37),38 .

HW #T12(Th Nov 9): All of 11.3.

HW #17 (W Nov 8): Read section 11.3 and do problems 11.3/6,(8),12,(21),18,22,38 .

HW #T11(T Nov 7): All of 11.1 and 11.2.

HW #16 (M Nov 6): Read section 11.2 and do problems 11.2/12,18,(21),(23),26,(30),44,52,(62),(63) .

HW #15 (F Nov 3): Read section 11.1 and do problems 11.1/8,(13),(14),18,24,32,(42),56,62 .

HW #T10(Th Nov 2): All of 9.7.

HW #14 (W Nov 1): Read section 9.7 and do problems 9.7/1,2,4,6,8 .

HW #T9(T Oct 31): All of 9.5 and 9.6.

HW #13 (M Oct 30): Read section 9.6 and do problems 9.6/(1-4),6,8,(13),18,24,(31),33,(35) .

HW #12 (F Oct 27): Read section 9.5 and do problems 9.5/3,6,(7),8,13,14,(15) .

Everyone (T Oct 24): STUDY for MIDTERM

HW #T8(T Oct 24): 7.8/36,(38),(56),58,68,(75)

HW #11 (M Oct 23): Read section 7.8 and do problems 7.8/6,(7),(9),(23),24,36,(38),(56),58,68,(75) .

HW #10 (F Oct 20): Read section 7.7 and do problems 7.7/6,8,(12),24,34,(36),42 .

HW #T7(Th Oct 19): All of 7.7 and 7.8/6,(7),(9),(23),24

HW #9 (W Oct 18): Read section 7.5 and do problems 7.5/(2),8,(14),16,(17),32,40,(43),44,46,48,(57) .

HW #T6(T Oct 17): 7.4/24,28,32,42 and all of 7.5

HW #8 (M Oct 16): Read section 7.4 and do problems 7.4/14,16,24,28,32,42 .

HW #7 (F Oct 13): Read section 7.3 and do problems 7.3/4,8,10,14,(17),26,30 .

HW #T5(Th Oct 12): All of 7.3 and 7.4/14,16

HW #6 (W Oct 11): Read section 7.2 and do problems 7.2/2,10,28,34,42,(52),58 .

HW #T4(T Oct 10): 7.1/18,28,38,48 and all of 7.2

HW #5 (F Oct 6): Read section 7.1 and do problems 7.1/6,10,18,28,38,48 .

HW #T3(Th Oct 5): All of 9.4 and 7.1/6,10

HW #4 (W Oct 4): Read section 9.4 and do problems 9.4/4,6,10,12,(13),14,(19),20 .

HW #T2(T Oct 3): 9.2/8,10,14,24,28 and all of 9.3

HW #3 (M Oct 2): Read section 9.3 and do problems 9.3/6,12,16,24,28,32,34 .

HW #2 (F Sept 29): Read section 9.2 and do problems 9.2/2,(3-6),8,10,14,24,28 .

HW #T1 (Th Sept 28): All of 9.1 and 9.2/2,(3-6)

HW #1 (W Sept 27): Read section 9.1 of the text and do problems 9.1/2,4,6,8,10,12 .


Question Center: In addition to class, problem sessions, and office hours, the Mathematics Department operates a Question Center in Loker on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 8pm to 10pm. The Question Center will be staffed by Course Assistants from Math 1a, 1b, 21a, and 21b and by graduate students and others. You are encouraged to use this resource as you do your homework and when questions arise. It is intended to supplement the office hours held by your Section Leader.

Text: Calculus Early Transcendentals 4th Ed. by James Stewart. Available at the COOP.

updated Monday, December 18, 2000
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