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Syllabus Course Outline (Schedule) Class Notes Chapter 2: Sections 2.2 Notes Chapter 2: Sections 2.3-2.4 Notes Chapter 2: Sections 2.5-2.7 and 1.6/1.9 (Review) Notes Chapter 3: Sections 3.1-3.3 Notes Chapter 3: Sections 3.5-3.6 Notes Chapter 4: Sections 4.1-4.3 Notes Chapter 4: Sections 4.4-4.7 Notes Chapter 5: Sections 5.1-5.3 Notes Chapter 5: Sections 5.4-5.6 Notes Chapter 5 & 6: Sections 5.7 & 6.1 Notes Chapter 6: Sections 6.2-6.4 Notes Chapter 6: Section 6.5 and Chapter 7: Sections 7.1 & 7.2 Notes Chapter 7: Section 7.3 and Chapter 8: Section 8.1 Notes Chapter 8: Sections 8.2-8.3 Notes Chapter 8: Sections 8.4-8.7 Notes Appendix D & Partial Fraction Decomposition Notes Miscellaneous Book/WebAssign information 3.3 Exercises (solutions for some of the homework questions I didn't answer in class Monday, 2/4/13) How to see the solution key on WebAssign 5.4 #51 worked out 5.6 #39 worked out 8.1 Notes (Examples 2-4 worked out) Homework Assignments 1.6 #7-11 odd, 12, 21-33 odd and 1.9 #5-23 odd, 43, 47, 49 2.2 # 1-45 odd, 53, 55, 59 2.3 # 1-33 odd, 34, 35-55 odd 2.4 #1-57 odd 2.5 #1-47 odd, 51, 53 2.6 #1-51 odd, 57 2.7 #1-11 odd, 13-18 all, 19-31 odd, 39-45 odd, 51, 53, 57 3.1 #3-43 odd, 51, 53 3.2 # 1-43 odd, 47, 49, 51 3.3 #1-27 odd, 35-41 odd, 45, 47, 55, 57 3.5 #1-11 odd, 13-16 all, 17, 19, 27-57 odd 3.6 #1-33 odd, 39-55 odd 4.1 #1-57 odd 4.2 #1-55 odd 4.3 #1-55 odd 4.4 #1-33 odd, 41, 53 4.5 #1-53 odd 4.6 #1-55 odd 4.7 #1-47 odd, 51, 53 5.1 #1-49 odd, 55 5.2 #1-39 odd, 47, 49 5.3 #1-47 odd, 51, 53 5.4 #1-39 odd, 51 5.5 #1-43 odd 5.6 #1-43 odd, 47 5.7 #1-31 odd, 45, 49, 57 6.1 #1-49 odd 6.2 #1-55 odd 6.3 #1-47 odd, 55 6.4 #1-53 odd 6.5 #1-53 odd 7.1 #1-23 odd, 33-49 odd, 55 7.2 #1-19 odd, 27-49 odd, 53, 55 7.3 #1-17 odd, 25-57 odd 8.1 #1-53 odd 8.2 #5-31 odd, 37, 51, 53 8.3 #1-47 odd, 53 8.4 #1-43 odd, 47, 51, 53 8.5 #1-49 odd, 55, 57 8.6 #1-51 odd, 59 8.7 #1-49 odd, 52 Appendix D #1-47 odd, 52-54 all Exam Reviews Midterm 1 Review: (covers sections 1.6, 1.9, 2.2-2.7, 3.1-3.3) Chapter 1 Review (page 72-73) #39-49 odd, 50 Chapter 2 Review (page 152-153, Self Test) #1-10 all Chapter 2 Review (page 153-154, Practice for Calculus) #5-11 odd, 33-43 all Chapter 3 Review (page 214, Self Test) #1, 10 Chapter 3 Revew (page 215, Practice for Calculus) # 23 Section 3.1 #52, 54 Section 3.3 #16, 18 Midterm 2 Review: (covers sections 3.5-3.6, 4.1-4.7, 5.1-5.2) Chapter 3 Review (page 214, Self Test) #1, 2(a,b), 3-8 all Chapter 3 Review (page 214, Practice for Calculus) #1-6 all Chapter 4 Review (page 277, Self Test) #1-9 all Chapter 4 Review (page 278-279, Practice for Calculus) #1-6 all, 33-47 odd, 49-57 all Chapter 5 Review (page 369, Self Test) #1 Chapter 5 Review (page 370, Practice for Calculus) #5-25 odd, 31-35 oddMidterm 3 Review: (covers sections 5.3-5.7, 6.1-6.5, 8.1-8.5) Chapter 5 Review (page 369-370, Self Test) #1,2, 4-8 all Chapter 5 Review (page 370-371, Practice for Calculus) #17-26 all, 37-43 all Chapter 6 Review (page 421, Self Test) #1-10 all Chapter 6 Review (page 422-423, Practice for Calculus) #1-4 all, 13-16 all, 21, 22 Chapter 8 Review (page 578, Self Test) #1-8 all Chapter 8 Review (page 578-580, Practice for Calculus) #34, 39-45 all Notes from April 18 Midterm 3 Review SessionFinal Exam Review: (covers sections 1.6, 1.9, 2.2-2.7, 3.1-3.3, 3.5-3.6, 4.1-4.7, 5.1-5.7, 6.1-6.5, 8.1-8.6) To study for this test, I would recommend re-doing all of the midterm questions (from all three midterms). I also put a practice final exam on WebAssign that has a lot of questions. :)Chapter 1 Review: Practice for Calculus #25-30 all, 39-50 allChapter 2 Review: Self-Test #1, 5, 6; Practice for Calculus #13, 15, 33-38 all Chapter 3 Review: Self-Test #3-6 all, 9 Chapter 4 Review: Self-Test #1-6 all; Practice for Calculus #11-14, 33, 34, 41, 38, 43, 44, 48-56 all Chapter 5 Review: Self-Test #1, 2, 6; Practice for Calculus #5, 7, 9, 37-43 all Chapter 6 Review: Self-Test #1-10 all; Practice for Calculus #1-4 all, 13-19 all, 21, 22, Chapter 8 Review: Self-Test #1, 3, 5-10 all; Practice for Calculus #15, 39-45 all Â©2017 The University of Utah Mathematics Department, 155 S. 1400 E. JWB 233 801.581.6851 The University of Utah Webmaster Disclaimer Privacy

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