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HW Due |
HW Problems (due Thursdays |
Date Due | Workshop Problems (due Tuesdays) |
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Sep 11 | Chapter 1 #2,3,10,11,13,14 | 9/9 | none due (Chapter 0 review) |
Sep 18 | Chapter 1 #16,17,22,24,27,32 | 9/16 | WS2 #2 (alternating sequences which converge) |
Sep 25 | Chapter 1 #34,36,39,40,45,46 | 9/23 | WS3 #2 (values of a rational function) |
Oct 2 | Chapter 2 #5,7,11,12,17,18 | 9/30 | WS4 #1 (√x is continuous) |
Oct 9 | Chapter 3 #1,2,8,10,13,14,18 | 10/7 | WS5 #2 (sine and cosine are continuous) |
Oct 16 | Exam (Chapters 1-3) | 10/14 | WS6 #2 (exponential function) |
Oct 30 | Chapter 3 #20,21,26,29,34,35 | 10/28 | WS7 #1 (f([a,b]) is compact) |
Nov 6 | Chapter 3 #38,39,42,45,48, WS8#5 | 11/4 | WS8 #1,#2,#3 f(x)=x sin(1/x) is uniformly ctn. on (0,N] |
Nov 13 | Chapter 4 #3,12,19,21,25,29,31 | 11/11 | WS9 #2 (f ' for increasing functions) |
Nov 17 | Chapter 6 #2,5,6,11,13,15 | 11/18 | WS10 #2 (convergence of ∑ 1/n² using integrals) |
Nov 24 | Chapter 6 #24,28,31,34,37,41 | 11/25 | Exam #2: 3.3–3.4, 4.1–4.3, 6.1–6.5 (Thursday class) |
Dec 8 | Chapter 6 #42,43,45 | 12/9 | WS11 #4 (root test) and WS12 #1,2 (integral test) |
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