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Integrals

HW5.2: 2-28e

4-27: Definite

4-28: 5.3 Anti

Integrals

Derivatives

HW5.2, 30 32 37-40

48-56e

Derivatives

4-19: Ch 4 Rev

4-20: Ch 4 Rev

4-21: Ch 4 Test

4-22: 5.1,

Rectangular

Approximation

Method

5.1: 5 9-12 16 20

24

5.1

4-12: Applied

Problems

HW4.4, 26 46 47

4-13: 4-5:

Linearization

HW4.5: 1-6, 1216e

4-14:

4-5: No School

Derivatives and

Concavity

HW4.3: p. 215 220e

Derivatives and

Concavity

HW4.3: p. 215 22

24 30 46 48 52

4-8: 4.3/4.4,

Second Derivative

Test and applied

problems

HW4.4, p. 215, 36

38 40, section 4.4,

2-4

applied problems

HW4.4, 10 14 16 18

Value Theorem

HW4.1: 5-18

3-30: 4-1:

Max/Min of

functions

HW4.1: 20-30e,

36-40e, 55a

Value Thm, 1st

Derivative Test

HW4.2: 2-40e

proofs, antiderivatives

functions

HW3.9:

3-23: Ch 3 rev

3-24: Ch 3 Rev

3-25: Ch 3 Test

Differentiation

HW3.7: p. 162 212e, 13-16

Differentiation

HW3.7: p. 162 1842 EOE 54

3-17: 3.8,

3-18: Proofs

Derivatives of

HW3.8: p. 171, 41

Inverse Trig

42

Functions

HW3.8: p. 170 3-27

factors of 3

Rule

3.6: p. 153 2-8e 14-

Rule

3.6: p. 153 29-32

3-26: AP Practice

3-19: Derivatives of

Exponential and

Logarithmic

Functions

HW3.9: 2-28e

28e

54 61

Rule

p. 124: 17-22 24 25

31 32-38e 42 52

3-3: 3.4, More

Change Problems

Rates of Change

HW3.4: 2 4 8 10 20 Problems

22 28 38

3-4: 3.5,

Derivatives of Trig

Functions

HW3.5: p. 146 110 26 38

3-5: 3.5,

Derivatives of Trig

Functions

HW3.5: 14 18 28

32 42

2-22: 3.1,

Introduction to

Derivatives

HW3.1: p. 105, 112, 18-20

Derivatives

HW3.1: p. 105, 1317, 22-29

derivatives fail to

exist

HW3.2: p. 114, 2, 4

5-16 31-35

2-25: 3.2,

Numerical

Differentiability

HW3.2: p. 114, 1730, 38, 47, 48e

and Product Rules

HW3.3: p. 124, 113, 15, 16, 29, 30

2-15: NS

and instantaneous

rates of change

HW2.4, p. 92, 1-6,

8-14

2-17: 2.4,

Equations of

Tangent/Normal

Lines, Applications

HW2.4: p. 92, 1628 even

2-18: Ch 2 Review

2-19: Ch 2 Test

involving infinity

HW2.2: p. 76, 2-34

even

Behavior Functions

HW2.2: p. 76 3656e, 70

2-10: Overview of

Limits

2-11: 2.3Continuity

HW2.3: p. 84, 119, 22

functions and proofs

HW2.3: p. 84, 2644e, 52

Quiz2

2-1: Ch 1 Review

2-2: Ch 1 Test

2-3: Mathematician

Paper

their existence

HW2.1: p. 66, 228e

limits

HW2.1: p. 66, 3044e, 50-56e, 60, 62

HW1.5: p. 44, 1424e.

p. 44, 33-42

1-26: 1.5/1.6,

Applying Logs and

Graphing Trig

Functions

HW1.5/6: p. 44 44,

46

p. 52 9-14

1-28: Fun Proof

Trig Functions,

Day!!!

Equations

HW1.6: p. 53 27-36

1-18: No School

1.1, Lines

HW1.1: p. 9, 9 10

21-24, 32-38e 43 57

Range, Piecewise

Functions

HW1.2: p. 19 1434e 42 44 52

Applied Problems

and Exponential

Functions

HW1.3: p. 21: 56

1-21: 1.4,

Parametric

Equations

HW1.4: p. 34, 513odd, 20, 22

p. 26 6-12e 22-32e

5-4: 5.5, Simpsons

Rule and

Trapezoidal Rule

5-5: Review of

Chapter 5

Techniques for

Definite Integrals

area under the curve

using AntiDerivatives

HW5.3: p. 290, 1930

4-29: 5.3,

Properties of

Definite Integrals

HW5.3: p. 290, 26e, 31-36 all, 38, *7

4-30: 5.4,

Fundamental Thm

of Calculus Part 1

5-1: 5.4,

Fundamental Thm

of Calculus Part 2

4-20: Review of

Story Problems and

Ch4 Review

4 Review

Test

under the curve

of Revolution and

Definite Integrals

4-13: No School

4-14: More

applications and 4.5,

Linearization

HW4.5: p. 242, 26e, 20-26 e

Derivative Test

Applications of the

Derivative

4-9: 4.4,

Applications of the

Derivative

4-10: No School

3-30: Snow

3-31: Snow

Value Theorem,

HW4.2: p. 202, 121 odd

Functions

HW4.2: p. 202 2440e, 43

3-23: Snow

3-24: Snow

3-25: Snow

Value Theorem

Values

3-16: 3.9,

Derivatives of

exponentials and

logarithmic

functions

HW3.9: p. 178, 228e

Exp. And Log.

Differentiation and

applications

HW

3-18: Review Ch 3

3-19: Review Ch 3

3-20: Ch 3 Test

Method,

Rates

Applications of the

Differential

HW4.5: p. 242, 16,

32-38e, 40-48e

Implicit

Differentiation and

Derivative Review

HW3.7: p. 162, 1030e

3-10: 3.8,

Derivatives of

Inverse Trig

Functions

HW3.8: p. 170, 121 odd

3-11: 3.8,

Derivatives of

Inverse Trig

Functions

HW3.8: p. 170, 2328, 33

3-2: 3.5,

Derivatives of Trig

Functions

HW3.5: p. 146, 110, 21

3-4: 3.6 Chain Rule

Derivatives of Trig

HW3.6: p. 153, 1Functions

14 all

HW3.5: p. 146, 13,

14, 22, 23, 25a, 26b,

32, 42

HW3.6: p. 153, 1636e, 61

Differentiation

HW3.7: p. 162, 18, 28-38 even

2-23: 3.2,

Differentiability

HW3.2: p. 114, 1730, 38, 47, 48e

and Product Rules

HW3.3: p. 128, 113, 15, 16, 29, 30

Rule

HW3.3: p. 128:

17-

2-26: 3.4,

Applications of

Derivatives

Applications of

Derivatives

Quiz3

HW3.4: p. 129, #52

p. 136, 2, 4, 8, 10,

20, 22, 28, 38

2-16: No School

2-17: Chapter 2

Test

2-18: 3.1,

Introduction to

Derivatives

HW3.1: p. 105, 112, 18-20

of Derivatives

HW3.1: p. 105,

13-17, 24-28, 30

2-20: 3.2,

Differentiability

HW3.2: p. 114. 2,

4-16, 31-36

functions and proofs

HW2.3: p. 84, 2644e, 52

secant line and

tangent lines

HW2.4: p. 92, 1-6,

13, 14, 7

Music Contest

rate of change

HW2.4: p. 92, 10,

11, 15, 20, 24-27

their existence

HW2.1: p. 66, 236e

limits

HW2.1: p. 66, 3844e, 50-56e, 60, 61

involving infinity

HW2.2: p. 76, 2-34

even

involving infinity,

end behavior

functions

HW2.2: p. 76, 3656 e (skip 50,52),

68, 70

1-26: Exponential

and Logarithmic

Equations

Functions and More

Trig Graphing

1-28: Day 3 of

1-29: Review of

TrigonometryHow Chapter 1

do inverses work?

2.6: 2.3Continuity

HW2.3: p. 84, 119, 22

1-30: Chapter 1

Test

HW1.6: p. 52, 1-4,

9,10, 4 graphs

35, 36

intro to exponentials

HW1.2/3: p. 19,

41-48, 51

p. 26, 1-12 all

Models and

Parametric

Equations

HW1.3: p. 27, 21,

24

p. 35. 5-21 odd

Modeling and

Logarithms

HW1.4/5: p. 35,

20-26e

p. 44, 39-42

Functions

HW1.5: p. 44, 224e, 33-38

QUIZ1

1-12

1-13

1-14

1-15: Overview of

Class/Syllabus, 1.1

Review Lines

HW1.1: p. 9, 1-37

odd, *40

Functions

HW1.2: p. 10, 43

p. 19, 5-33 odd

1-5: Final Review

of Chapter 2

of Chapter 3

of Chapter 4

of Chapter 5

12-18: Trig

Equations

12-19: Trig

Equations

12-15: Review

Chapter 5 part 2

12-16: Chapter 5

Test

of differential

Law of Cooling

equations and

exponential growth

12-8: 5.4,

Fundamental

Theorem of

Calculus Part 1

HW5.4: p. 302, 240e

12-9: 5.4,

Fundamental

Theorem of

Calculus Part 2

HW5.4: p. 303, 4148, 58, 59

12-10: 5.5,

Trapezoidal Rule

HW5.5: p. 312, 110

12-11: 5.5,

Simpsons Rule and

Error

Approximation

HW5.5: p. 313, 1318, 29, 30

12-12: Review of

Chapter 5 part 1

Page 315: 1-5, 1012, 30-32, 46

12-1: 5.1,

Estimating with

Finite Sums

HW5.1: 5, 9-12,

16, 20, 24

with Finite Sums

Definite Integrals

HW5.2: p. 282, 139 odd

Properties of

Definite Integrals

HW5.3: p. 290, 110, 15-18

HW5.3: p. 291, 1938

11-24: Related

rates, In class

problems

Rates

In class problems

11-26: Review of

Chapter 4Take

home test

11-27: No School

11-28: No School

11-17: 4.3,

Concavity and 2nd

Derivative Test

HW4.3: p. 202, 719 odd, 21-24

11-18: 4.4,

Optimization

Problems

HW4.4: p. 226, 2,

6, 18, 26, 39, 40

11-19: Overview of

Chapter 4, Problem

Solving Techniques

11-20: 4.5,

Linearization

11-21: Newtons

Method

In class problems

In class problems

11-10: No School

11-11: No School

11-3: Finish

11-4: Chapter 4

EVT and intro to

Mean Value

Theorem

HW4.2: page 202,

1-10

11-5: 4-1, Extrema

of Chapter 6, AP

Practice

Increasing/Decreasing

Functions

HW4.2: p. 202, 1628e

derivative test

HW4.3: p. 202, 3038e; p. 215, 1-6 all

Chapter 3 Review

Test

6-30 even, 40, 41

10-27: 3-8

Derivatives of

Inverse Trig

Functions

HW3.8: p. 170 127 odd

10-28: Review of

Section 3-8

10-29: 3-9

Derivatives of

exponentials and

logarithms

HW3.9: p. 2-42

even, 51, 53

10-30: More

Derivatives of

Exponentials and

Logs, QUIZ

Chain Rule

HW3.6: p. 153, 3040 even, 53, 54

Differentiation

HW3.7: p. 162, 226 even

10-22: No Class,

Post High Planning

10-23: More

Implicit

HW3.7: p. 162, 50.

54. 55

10-13: No School

10-14: 3.5,

Derivatives of Trig

Functions

HW3.5: p. 146 110, 25, 26

applications of Trig

Functions and

Derivatives

HW3.5: p. 146 1724, 31, 32

10-16: Review of

sections 1 to 5

Quiz 3

Read 3.6 and define

chain rule and find

derivatives using

chain rule

Rule

HW3.6: p. 153 228 even

10-6: Computing

the Derivative

(Spear Gone)

Rule and

Computing Zero

Tangents

HW3.3: p. 124, 112, 29, 30, 33, 34,

47

and Quotient Rule

HW3.3: p. 124, 1522, 24, 25, , 31, 32,

37, 38, *47

10-9: 3.4

Applications of

Derivatives

HW3.4: p. 136, 10,

14, 16, 18

10-10: More

Applications of

Derivatives

HW3.4: p. 136, 8,

20, 22, 28, 29

Derivative

HW3.1: p. 105 120 all

Derivative and

Graphing

HW3.1: p. 106 2240e

Derivative Fails to

Exist

HW3.2: p. 106, 27,

p. 114 1-10, 31-35

10-2: Numerical

Derivatives

HW3.2: p. 106, 2730, 26-46 even

Rate of Change and

Tangent Lines

HW2.4: p. 92 1-14

9-23: Equations of

Tangent/Normal

Lines, Applications

HW2.4: p. 92, 1628 even

9-24: Review of

Chapter 2

Begin Review

Exercises

9-25: Finish

Review of Chapter

2, Finish Review

Exercises

9-26: Chapter 2

Test

limits, one-sided

limits, Sandwich

involving infinity

HW2.2: p. 76, 2-34

Behavior Functions

HW2.2: p. 76 36-

9-18: 2-3,

Discontinuities

HW2.3: p. 80 1-19

9-18: More on

Discontinuities

HW2.3: p. 80

10-31: Review of

Chapter 3, Review

Exercises

Theorem

HW2.1: p. 66, 3044e, 50-64e

even

54e, 55

all, 22

into Trig,

Investigating

Transformations

9-9: More

Trigonometry

HW1.6: p. 49, 2-40

even

9-10: Chapter 1

Review

9-11: Chapter 1

Test

9-1: No School

9-2: 1.3/1.4:

Exponential Growth

Problems

HW1.3: p. 26, 612e, 22-32e

9-3: Parametric

Equations

HW1.4: p. 34 5-21

odd

9-5: Logarithms

and 1-1 Functions

HW1.5b: p. 44, 33Quiz1

48 all, 52-57 all

HW1.5: p. 44, 1-12

all, 14-24 e

8-25: No School

8-26: Course

Introduction, Books,

1.1- Overview of

Lines

HW1.1: p. 9 2-34e,

skip 10, 12

8-27: More

information on

lines, linear

regression

HW1.1b: p. 9 3656e, *57

Graphs

HW1.2: p. 19, 1-29

odd

9-12: 2-1,

Introduction to

Limits

HW2.1: p. 66, 1-29

odd, 4, 20, 22, 24

Composition of

Functions,

Exponential

Functions &

Applications

HW1.2/3: p. 32-52

even

p. 26 2, 4, 14, 16, 18

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