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MATHEMATICS 31

Mr. M Cherney
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COURSE OUTLINE 2015-2016


2014-2015

Ch 1 Algebra 20(24 RETREAT) Classes 18(21) School Days Sept 1 – Sept 30

Ch 2 Limits 14 Classes 12 School Days Oct 1 – Oct 20

Ch 3 Derivatives 18 Classes 15 School Days Oct 21 – Nov 13

Ch 4 Advanced Derivatives 19 Classes 16 School Days Nov 16 – Dec 8

Ch 5 Curve Sketching 22(24 TALENT) Classes 19(20) School Days Dec 9 – Feb 2

Ch 6 Derivative Applications 18 Classes 15 School Days Feb 3 – Feb 26

Ch 7 Antiderivatives 21(26 SEW/MISSION) Classes 18(22) School Days Mar 1 – Apr 14

Ch 8 Integration Applications 11 Classes 10 School Days Apr 15 – Apr 29

Course Review 34(36 GRAD) Classes 28(31) School Days May 2 – June 15

177(190) Classes151(162) School Days

Final

Final Exam May 2 – June 28


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COURSE MARKING 2015-2016


Heading Date Weight Points Earned (%) Percent (%)

Course Work 70
Tests 90
Chapter 1 Algebra 10
Chapter 2 Limits 10
Chapter 3 Derivatives 15
Chapter 4 Advanced Derivatives 10
Chapter 5 Curve Sketching 15
Chapter 6 Derivative Applications 15
Chapter 7 Antiderivatives 15
Chapter 8 Integration Applications 10
Homework 10
Final Exam 30
Final Grade

Daily Homework for each assignment is due the day after it is assigned. It will be marked for
completeness, 1 mark for each completed question out of the total assigned questions. Incorrect
questions should be corrected.

Review Summary Sheets are given for each chapter and can be used as 'I Can' statements to self
assess learning or as review sheets for content covered in the chapter.

Tests may be rewritten on any chapter once at any time during the year before the beginning of
the Course Review at the end of the year. Your best score up to 79% will be taken on rewrites.
Before any test is rewritten all previous tests from other chapters must be complete and at least
some homework from the rewritten chapter must be handed in.

Extra Help or a quiet place to work is available during any lunch hour in my room through out
the year on a come and go as you need help basis.
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Extra Practice

From Text Book

Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Pg 66 Question 1


Pg 67 Questions 1 – 2
Lesson 3 Pg 206 Questions 1 – 2
Lesson 4 Pg 163 Questions 1 – 2
Pg 166 Questions 1 – 2
Lesson 5 Pg 116 Questions 1 – 2
Lesson 8 Pg 267 – 269 Questions 1 – 3, 5
Pg 273 – 275 Questions 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11
Pg 279 – 280 Questions 5, 7, 8, 10, 11
Pg 284 – 287 Questions 1, 3, 7, 11, 13, 15, 19, 20, 23, 27,
29, 35, 40, 45, 56
Pg 291 – 292 Questions 1 – 4

Chapter 2 Lesson 1 Pg 56 – 57 Questions 1 – 5


Pg 50 – 51 Questions 1 – 6, 8
Lesson 2 Pg 18 – 20 Questions 1 – 6
Pg 27 – 29 Questions 1 – 4, 6, 8, 12
Lesson 4 Pg 9 – 10 Questions 7 – 11
Pg 35 Question 7
Pg 43 – 44 Questions 1, 3, 8

Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Pg 75 – 77 Questions 1 – 7, 9, 11


Lesson 2 Pg 83 – 84 Questions 1 – 4, 7 – 9
Lesson 3 Pg 88 – 89 Questions 1, 4, 6 – 9
Pg 92 – 93 Questions 2, 6 – 8
Lesson 4 Pg 95 – 96 Questions 2, 4, 7, 8
Lesson 5 Pg 102 – 103 Questions 1, 3 – 5, 7, 9, 10
Lesson 6 Pg 107 – 108 Questions 1 – 3
Lesson 7 Pg 111 Questions 1 – 7

Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Pg 306 – 307 Questions 1 – 38 even


Lesson 2 Pg 313 – 315 Questions 1 – 5, 7, 8
Lesson 3 Pg 319 – 320 Questions 1 – 3, 9
Lesson 5 Pg 361 – 362 Questions 4, 5, 7
Pg 366 – 368 Questions 1, 3 – 11
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Pg 375 – 376 Questions 3 – 10, 17, 18


Pg 383 – 384 Questions 1 – 8

Chapter 5 Lesson 2 Pg 170 – 171 Questions 1 – 5


Pg 176 – 177 Questions 1, 2, 4 – 8
Pg 182 Questions 1, 3, 4, 6
Lesson 3 Pg 229 – 230 Questions 1 – 3, 6 – 8
Pg 240 Questions 1 – 3, 7, 9, 12
Lesson 4 Pg 232 Questions 1 – 3
Pg 188 – 191 Questions 1 – 20 odd
Pg 212 – 213 Questions 1 – 5
Lesson 5 Pg 222 – 223 Questions 1, 2, 4 – 6, 8 – 11
Lesson 6 Pg 244 Questions 1 – 3

Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Pg 188 – 191 Questions 1 – 20 odd


Lesson 2 Pg 124 – 126 Questions 1 – 9
Pg 128 – 129 Questions 1 – 9
Lesson 3 Pg 134 – 135 Questions 1 – 9
Pg 145 – 146 Questions 1 – 17
Lesson 4 Pg 139 – 140 Questions 1 – 6
Pg 195 – 196 Questions 1 – 8
Lesson 5 Pg 390 – 392 Questions 1 – 14 even
Lesson 6 Pg 152 Questions 1 – 8

Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Pg 408 – 409 Questions 1 – 5


Lesson 3 Pg 411 – 412 Questions 1, 2, 3, 5, 6
Pg 415 Questions 1 – 5
Pg 420 – 421 Questions 1 – 7
Pg 437 – 438 Questions 1, 2, 3, 7
Lesson 4 Pg 454 – 455 Questions 1 – 3
Pg 465 – 466 Questions 1 – 4
Lesson 5 Pg 500 Questions 2 – 5
Pg 505 – 506 Questions 1 – 4
Lesson 7 Pg 461 Question 1

Chapter 8 Lesson 1 Pg 474 – 475 Questions 1 – 3


Pg 500 Questions 2 – 5
Lesson 2 Pg 511 – 512 Questions 3, 4
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CALCULUS FORMULA SHEET


Graphing Calculator Window Format x x min , x max , x scl  y  y min , y max , y scl 
if lim f ( x )  L  lim f ( x ),d  f  g ( x )    f  g ( x )  d gif( x )f ( x )  0 on I ,
x a x a
Properties of Limits dx dx then f is concave down on
then lim f ( x )  L
x a
d
dx
 x n   nx n1
if f ( x )  0 on I ,
lim f ( x )  g ( x )  lim f ( x ) rlim g ( x ) d then x is a possible inflectio
x a x a
1
x a
lim    0 , r  0
 g ( x ) n  n g ( x ) g ( x )
n 1

n  n
dx
 
lim f ( x )  g ( x )  lim f ( x )  lim g ( x )
x a x a x a if f ( c )  0 an

lim r n  0 , r  1 s  f (t )
then c is a loca

lim cf ( x )  c lim f ( x )
n 
ds
x a x a v  f (t ) f ( c )  0 an
a dt if
lim S n  , r 1 then c is a loca
lim f ( x ) g ( x )  lim fn( x ) lim g1(x )r a
dv d 2 s
 2  f ( x )
x a x a x a
dt dt Slant asymptotes are found
by division
 f ( x )  lim f ( x)
lim  x a
x  intercepts ( x ,0)
x a g ( x ) 
Newton’s Method
  lim
x a
g ( x)
Properties and Rules of Derivatives
f ( xn ) y  intercepts ( 0, y )

x a
n

lim f ( x )  lim f ( x ) , n  0
x a
 n xn 1  x n 
f ( x n )
M 2 I 2 ACIDS
f ( x  h)  f ( x ) Maximums
f ( x )  lim
lim n f ( x )  n lim f ( x )
h 0 h Minimums
x a x a Curve Sketching Intercepts
lim c  c d Inflection
x a (c)  0 Asymptotes
dx
lim x  a Concavity
x a
if f ( x )  0 on I , then f is increasing on I
Increasing
d
lim x n  a n
x a
 cf ( x )  c d f ( x ) Decreasing
dx dx
if f ( x )  0 on I , then f is decreasing
Symmetry on I
lim n x  n a
x a
d
 f ( x )  g ( x )  d f ( x )  d g ( x ) Algebraic Relations
dx dx dx
lim P ( x )  P( a ) f ( x )  0 is a local max or min
x a
d or critical number
a 2  b 2  ( a  b)(a  b)
 f ( x )  g ( x )  d f ( x )  d g ( x )
P( x ) P(a ) dx dx dx a 3  b 3  (a  b)(a 2  ab  b 2 )
lim 
x a Q( x ) Q (a ) 3
 b 3  (a  b)(a 2  ab  b 2 )
f ( x )  d is a verticalaasymptote
d d lim
 f ( x ) g ( x )  f ( x ) g (xx )a  g ( x ) f ( x )
dx dx dx
if lim f ( x )  lim f ( x ), lim f ( x )  L is a horizontal asymptote
x  
x a x a d d
g ( x) f ( x)  f ( x) g ( x)
d  f (
then lim f ( x ) does not exist x )  dx dx
x a   
dx  g ( x )   g (ifx ) f ( x )  0 on I ,
2

then f is concave up on I
Quotient Identities
sigma properties sin(  x )  sin x sin(
lim2sin
x)0 sin x
 0
n sin x cos cos(
x   x)   cos x cos(2  x)  cos x
nc x  cos x
 c c  c  c  ...  c tan cotx 
sin xtan(  x)   tan x
lim cos   1
 (02  x )   tan x
tan
i 1
n n sin  
lim 1 lim
 ct i  c t i Pythagorean sin(  x )   sin x 0  
sin(
 x)   sin x   0 sin 
i 1 i 1 Identities
n n n cos(  x )   cos x cos(  x) cos
cos 1 x 1  co
lim 0 lim
 (t i  s i )   t i   s i
i 1 i 1 i 1
sin 2 x  cos 2 x  1
tan(  x)  tan x   0(  x )  tan x
tan  0 
sec 2 x  1  tan 2 x
Corelated Angle
arithmetic series t n csc
a 2 (xn11)dcot 2 x Identities Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions
S n  a  (a  d )  (a  2d )  ...   a  (n  1)d 
Sum and Difference    d3 
n n( a  t n ) sin   x   cos x sin  sin  xxcos x x
 cos
  2a   n  1 d  Identities
 2  dx2 
2 2
 y 
x sin d3 
sin( x  y )  sin x cos y  cos cos  x   sin x cosdx cos  xxsin
sin xx
 2   2 
geometric series t n sin( ar x  y )  sin x cos y  cos x sin y
n 1
d
cos( x  y )  cos x cos y  sin xsin    3tan x sec 2 x
S n  a  ar  ar 2  ...  ar n 1 tan  y x   cot x tan dx  x   cot x
cos( x  y )  cos x cos y  sin xsin 2 y   2 
a (r n  1) rt n  a d
  tan x  tan y csc x   csc x cot x
r 1 r  1x  y )  1  tan x tan y
tan( dx
   3 
a sin   x   cos x sin  d sec xxsec
 cos x x
x tan
S , r 1 tan x  tan y 2  dx2 
1 r tan( x  y ) 
1  tan x tan y
   3 
cos  x    sin x cosd cot xx sin
cscx2 x
 2  
dx 2 
natural numbers Double Angle
Identities    3 
n
n(n  1) tan   x    cot x tan   x    cot x

i 1
i 
2
2   2 
Derivative Applications in Economics
sin 2 x  2 sin x cos x
cos 2 x  cos 2 x  sin 2 x
natural number squares
 2 cos 2 x  1
n
n(n  1)(2n  1) C ( x )  Cost Function
 i2 
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 1  2 sin 2 x
i 1
2 tan x C ( x )  Marginal Cost Function
tan 2 x 
1  tan 2 x p ( x )  Price or Demand Functi
natural number cubes R ( x )  xp ( x )  Revenue Functi
n
n 2 (n  1) 2 Half Angle Identities R ( x )  Marginal Revenue Fun
i 3

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i 1 P ( x )  R ( x)  C ( x)  Profit Fu
x 1 cos x
cos   C ( x )  R ( x )  Maximum Prof
Trigonometric Identities 2 2 2
C ( x)
x 1 cos x c( x)   Ave Cost Functi
Reciprocal sin    x
2 2 2
Identities C ( x)
C ( x )   Average Cost M
x
1 1 1
csc x  secx  cotx 
sin x cos x tan x Limits/Derivatives
Limits of Trigonometric Functions of Exponential Functions
Related Angle
Identities
y  bx Hooke’s Law
Substitution
y   lim
b xh  b x
 b lim
x bh  1 2
 cf ( x)dx  c  f ( x)dx
k d s k
h 0 h s  h0 s h 0  s  0 f F( x) ksg ( x ) dx   f ( x)dxb   g ( x ) dx g (b )
m dt 2 m
lim
eh  1
1
k k
a f  g ( x)  g ( x)dx  g ( a )f (u )du,

h 0 h
s  A cos t  B sin 0tdx  C
1
 1m 
n
m where u  g ( x ) and du dx 
lim(1  x ) x  e  lim1  
x 0 n 
 n   1dx  x  C  or
adx  ax  C
d x Area
 x dx  n  1  C , when n F  1g ( x) g ( x)dx  F ( g ( x)) 
n 1
e  ex n x
dx
d u du ax n 1 where dx d
F ( g ( x ))  F ( g ( x )) g
e  eu If y  f ( x ), and f ( x )  0,ax then
    
n
dx C , when n 1
dx dx n 1
A(b)  F (b)  F ( a )
d g( x) 1 1
e g ( x ) is the area under f ( x ) from   dx  log b  x   C
g( x)
e dxtobln x  C
a
dx x x ln b Fractions
Partial
d x
b  b x ln b 1  sin xdx   cos x  C A( x ) R( x)
dx If y  , and x  1, then
x  cos xdx  sin x  C  B( x) dx   Q( x)dx   B( x)
ln x is the area under y from 1 to x
Exponential Growth and Decay
1
 sec 2 xdx  tan x  C
rate is proportional toIfamount y  , and 0  x  1, then 1
 csc xdx   cot x  C  LINdx, use normal methods
2
x
dy
 ky is solved ( k )with ln x yisthe kt
y 0 earea under y from x toxdx
1  sec x  C
dt  sec x tan A( x ) A B
 dx    dx
Trapezoid Rule  csc x cot xdx   csc x  C B( x) LIN LIN
Compound Interest A b a
 f (a)  2 f ( x1 )  ...2 ef (dx
x n 1) e f(bC) 
x x
 b ln
 bdx
x A( x)
 b dx 
C A
 B( x)   B( x) 
x B
B( x) 
2n n
A  Pe rt
ax
   C , where a A1( x )
x
 r
nt a dx
Integrals and Antiderivatives Definitions Ax  B C
A  P 1  
n
ln a
B( x)
dx  
QUAD LIN
dx  
 1
 x 2  1 dx  Tan x  C
1
Sum of Infinite
Rectangles 1
 1  x 2 dx  Sin x  C Integration by Parts
1
Limits/Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions
b
 udv  uv   vdu
b

y  ln x a f ( x)dx  lim
x 0
 f ( xi )x

d 1
i a Substitution Rule  f ( x) g ( x)dx
ln x  ba  f ( x ) g ( x )   g ( x ) f ( x ) dx
dx x where x  and xi  a  ix
n
d 1 du b g (b)
ln u 
dx u dx Fundamental  f  g ( x )  g ( x )dx   f (uVolume
)du, where u  g ( x )
of Rotation
d 1 Theorem of Calculus a g (a)
log b x  V 
b
 f ( x)  2 dx
dx x ln b a
Integration Techniques
b
Average Value of a Function
Differential Equations  f ( x )dx  F (b)  F (a )
a Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus
If y   ky  0, then Integrals and Antiderivatives
   
b
y  A cos k x  BGeneral
sin kRules
x a
f ( x) dx  F (b)  F ( a )
b

Average Value 

a
f ( x )dx
(b  a)