Workshop issued |
Links | To be handed in and when due: |
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#1, 9/4/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | A writeup of Problem 6 is due Tuesday, September 11 |
#2, 9/13/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | A writeup of Problem 4 is due Tuesday, September 18 |
#3, 9/18/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | A writeup of Problem 3 is due Tuesday, September 26 |
#4, 9/25/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | A writeup of Problem 2 is due Tuesday, October 2 |
Note A misprint (!) discovered by students in problem 3a) of workshop #4 has been corrected. | ||
#5, 10/2/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | An explanation of the pictures (see below) is due Tuesday, October 9 |
#6, 10/9/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Nothing to hand in. This is an old exam to review. |
#7, 10/16/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Your assignment is to complete your work on these problems about differentiation. |
#8, 10/23/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Your assignment is to complete your work on these problems about graphing and estimation. |
Note Some further "misprints" in workshops #7 and #8 have been corrected. | ||
#9, 10/30/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Your assignment is to complete your work on these problems about rates of growth and geometric series. |
#10, 11/6/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Again, complete your work on these problems about series. Some corrections have been made to the solutions. |
#11, 11/13/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | Here are some power series problems. Please do them all. |
#12, 11/27/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | This is an old exam to review. |
#13, 12/4/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | The first half of problems to review for the final exam. |
#14, 12/11/2001 | [Postscript] | [PDF] | The second half of problems to review for the final exam. |
The homework assignment for #5 Five pictures are given on the back of the original problem sheet. The pictures are related to problem #1. Your assignment is to explain why the pictures given are "internally consistent". I do not want you to compute any derivatives. I only want you to refer to the pictures and to use your knowledge of calculus to explain why the function graphed in picture #1 cannot be the derivative of any function shown in the other four pictures, and why the function shown in picture #2 can be the derivative of the function shown in #1 and cannot be the derivative of any of the others shown, etc. You may well need to copy or print out further copies of the graphs, and you will almost certainly need to label and refer to various features on each of the graphs. The burden here is for you to organize your exposition carefully. You should not need to do any elaborate computation to accomplish what I am asking you to do. But you will need to write carefully and (I hope!) economically. |
Workshop & problem |
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#1: #6 | [Postscript] | [PDF] |