Tues (4/14): do 2008 # 4 and 2011 # 1 under conditions that will enable you best to become familiar with these particle-motion problems. Then give yourself an hour to do 2013 # 2 (particle), 2017 # 5 (particle), 2013 # 3 (table), and 2017 # 1 (table). Score them and send me the scores. Also send me a self-reflection for your two lowest-scoring questions.

Mon (4/6): Do free-response questions 2014 # 1 and 2009 # 2. Score your answers. Share a document with me in which you tell me your score and evaluate your performance, noting any understanding and skills you need to reinforce.

Fri (4/3): Prepare for a homework quiz on the four critical theorems and L'Hopital's Rule. Also, do 2010 # 1 and 2013 # 1, under conditions of your choosing and using a calculator.

Thurs (4/2): none

Wed (4/1): Do free-response questions 2013 # 4 and 2014 # 3. Score your answers. Share a document with me in which you tell me your score and evaluate your performance, noting any understanding and skills you need to reinforce.

Tues (3/31): none

Mon (3/30): Do FRQs 2010 # 5 and 2011 # 4 under the conditions of your choosing and prepare for a homework quiz on the Observations sheet.

Fri (3/27): Spend 30 minutes doing 2013 # 3 and 2014 # 4. Do not use a calculator. Score your answers. Share a document with me in which you tell me your score and evaluate your performance, noting any understanding and skills you need to reinforce.

Thurs (3/26): none

Wed (3/25): Do 2011 question # 2 and 2012 question # 1 (calculator questions), at your own pace and with whatever resources you choose.

Tues (3/24): Do p. 564, # 15-41 odd, 61, 65. (L'Hopital's Rule)

Mon (3/23): Read 449-452 and do p. 453, # 15, 19, 21, 71, 72, 73. (solids)

Fri (3/20): none

Thurs (3/19): Read p. 446-448 and do p. 453, # 1-13 odd. (solids)

Wed (3/18): Class wouldn't have met (day 6).

Tues (3/17): Do p. 443, # 31-41 odd. (areas between curves)

Mon (3/16): Read p. 436-440 and do p. 442, # 1, 3, 5, 17-29 odd.

Fri (3/13): p. 421, # 5-23 odd. (separation of variables)

Thurs (3/12): Read p. 407-411 and do p. 412, # 19, 21, 23, 29-37 odd, 56, 57, 63-67, 69. (exponential growth and decay)

Wed (3/11): Prepare for a test on sections 5.6, 5.7, and 6.1.

Tues (3/10): Complete the Slope Fields worksheet.

Mon (3/9): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Fri (3/6): Be ready for a core assignment on slope fields.

Thurs (3/5): none

Wed (3/4): Do p. 403, # 1, 3, 5, 35, 37, 39, 49-55 odd. (slope fields and solutions to differential equations)

Tues (3/3): Do p. 380, # 3, 5, 9, 11, 15-29 odd. (integraging with inverse trigonometric functions)

Mon (3/2): none

Fri (2/28): Read p. 369 and do p. 372, # 41-57 odd, 61, 63, 81, 85-91 odd. (differentiating inverse trigonometric functions)

Thurs (2/27): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Wed (2/26): Prepare for a test on sections 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5.

Tues (2/25): p. 362, # 47-57 odd, 61, 63-77 odd, 81. (derivatives and integrals with exponential functions)

Mon (2/24): Do p. 362, # 25-33 odd, 37-45 odd. (derivatives with exponential functions)

Fri (2/14): none

Thurs (2/13): Do p. 354, # 99-117 odd, 123, 125, 127. (integrals with exponential functions)

Wed (2/12): Do p. 352, # 33-61 odd. (derivatives of exponential functions)

Tues (2/11): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Mon (2/10): Do p. 344, # 63-69 odd. (inverse functions)

Fri (2/7): Read the definition of “strictly monotonic” on p. 178, read Theorem 5.7 on p. 339, and read p. 340. Do p. 343, # 23-33 odd, 39-45 odd (just part a.). (inverse functions)

Thurs (2/6): Prepare for a test on sections 4.5, 5.1, and 5.2.

Wed (2/5): Review for Thursday's test on sections 4.5, 5.1, and 5.2.

Tues (2/4): Do p. 334, # 1, 9, 13, 21-29 odd, 33, 37, 39, 51, 53. (integrating with natural logarithms)

Mon (2/3): Do p. 325, # 41-63 odd, 73, 75, 89, 91, 93. (differentiating natural logarithms)

Fri (1/31): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Thurs (1/30): Read at least p. 295 and p. 298 and do p. 302, # 47-61 odd, 79. (u-subsitution)

Wed (1/29): Do p. 301, # 5-25, 33-41 all odd (integration with the power and chain rules) and prepare for an open-response question about velocity, acceleration, and distance.

Tues (1/28): none

Mon (1/27): Class doesn't meet (community day).

Fri (1/17): Bring any review questions about sections 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, and 4.1-4.4.

Thurs (1/16): Bring any review questions about sections 2.5, 2.6, and 3.1-3.6.

Wed (1/15): Bring any review questions about sections 1.2-1.5 and 2.1-2.4.

Tues (1/14): Read p. 305-07 (not Simpson's Rule) and do p. 310, # 1-9 odd, Trapezoidal rule, only. Read Theorem 5.11 on p. 348 and Theorem 5.12 on p. 350 and do p. 352, # 33, 35, 37, 91, 93, 109, 111. (trapezoidal rule and calculus with e)

Mon (1/13): none

Fri (1/10): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Thurs (1/9): Prepare for a test on sections 4.3 and 4.4.

Wed (1/8): Do p. 291, # 95-103 odd. (displacement and distance)

Tues (1/7): Do p. 290, # 67-91 odd. (second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus)

Mon (1/6): Read p. 280-282 and do p. 288, # 35-59 odd. (first Fundamental Theorem of Calculus)

Fri (1/3): Do p. 288, # 5-33 odd. (first Fundamental Theorem of Calculus)

Thurs (1/2): none

Fri (12/20): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Thurs (12/19): Read at least the boxes on p. 267, 268, and 269 and do p. 273, # 13-31 odd. (definite integrals)

Wed (12/18): Prepare for a test on sections 3.9, 4.1, and 4.2.

Tues (12/17): Do p. 263, # 33, 35, 37, 45-59 odd, 61. (calculating area with limits)

Mon (12/16): Do p. 263, # 1-29 odd. (summation notation and area estimates)

Fri (12/13): Do p. 251, # 43, 47, 49, 53, 57- 63 odd, 69, 71, 73. (integrals)

Thurs (12/12): Do p. 251, # 11-29, 33-41, all odd. (integrals)

Wed (12/11): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Tues (12/10): Do p. 236, # 13-19 odd, 25, 27, 37, 39. (differentials)

Mon (12/9): Read p. 231 and 232 and do p. 236, # 1-11 odd. (differentials)

Fri (12/6): Prepare for a test on sections 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8.

Thurs (12/5): Do p. 229, # 1-17 odd. (Newton's method)

Wed (12/4): p. 220, # 17, 19, 21, 25, 35. (optimization)

Tues (12/3): snow day

Mon (12/2): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Wed (11/27): Class doesn't meet (pep rally).

Tues (11/26): Do p. 220, # 5-15 odd. (optimization)

Mon (11/25): Do p. 212, # 19, 21, 39, 43, 45, 49, 51. (curve sketching)

Fri (11/22): Read p. 206-209 and do p. 212, # 7, 13, 15. (curve sketching)

Thurs (11/21): Prepare for a test on sections 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5.

Wed (11/20): Do p. 202, # 1, 3, 5, 13-37 odd. (limits at infinity)

Tues (11/19): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Mon (11/18): none

Fri (11/15): Do p. 192, # 47, 49, 53, 55, 57, 61, 75, 77. (second derivative test)

Thurs (11/14): p. 192, # 15-42 odd. (second derivative test)

Wed (11/13): Do p. 183, # 29-47 odd, 63, 65, 67, 81, 83, 85. (first derivative test)

Tues (11/12): Read whatever you need to from p. 177-81 and do p. 183, # 1-27 odd. (increasing and decreasing functions)

Fri (11/8): none

Thurs (11/7): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Wed (11/6): Prepare for a test on sections 2.6, 3.1, and 3.2.

Mon (11/4): Do p. 174, # 31, 33, 35 a, b, c, 37-45 odd, 53, 54, 59, 73, 75. (Mean Value Theorem)

Fri (11/1): Do p. 174, # 1-7, 13-27, all odd, 53, 55. (Rolle's Theorem)

Thurs (10/31): Do p. 167, # 1, 3, 5, 11, 13, 15, 25, 27, 29, 33, 35, 63-66. (extrema)

Wed (10/30): none

Tues (10/29): none

Mon (10/28): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Fri (10/25): Do p. 153, # 17-23 odd. (related rates)

Thurs (10/24): Do p. 153, # 1-15 odd. (related rates)

Wed (10/23): Prepare for a test on sections 2.4 and 2.5.

Tues (10/22): p. 145, # 17-27, 33-39, 41a, 45, 47, 53, 55, 65 all odd. (implicit diffentiation)

Mon (10/21): Do p. 145, # 1-15 odd. (implicit differentiation)

Fri (10/18): Do p. 136, # 53-63 odd, 67, 71, 75, 79, 85, 89, 93-99 odd, 103, 107. (chain rule)

Thurs (10/17): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Wed (10/16): none

Tues (10/15): Read p. 130-133 and do p. 136, # 13, 15, 19, 21, 25-33 odd. (chain rule)

Fri (10/11): Prepare for a test on the quotient rule, derivatives of trigonometric functions, and higher-order derivatives.

Thurs (10/10): Do p. 125, # 41-51 odd, 59, 61, 67. (derivatives of trigonometric functions)

Wed (10/9): none

Tues (10/8): p. 126, # 85, 91-115 odd, 119, 121, 123, 129, 131, 133. (higher-order derivatives)

Mon (10/7): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Fri (10/4): none

Thurs (10/3): Prepare for a test on sections 2.1 (alternate derivative), 2.2, and 2.3 (product rule).

Wed (10/2): Bring review questions about Thursdays test on the second half of section 2.1, section 2.2, and the product rule in section 2.3.

Tues (10/1): Do p. 125, # 7, 9, 15, 25, 29, 33, 37, 65, 69-77 odd. (quotient rule)

Mon (9/30): Do p. 125, # 1, 3, 5, 13, 17, 31, 35, 39, 63, 83. (product rule)

Fri (9/27): Prepare for an open-response question about asymptotes, continuity, differentiability, and rates of change.

Thurs (9/26): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Wed (9/25): Do p. 116, # 87-105 odd, 109. (differentiation and rates of change)

Tues (9/24): Do p. 114, # 19, 21, 23, 45-61 odd. (differentiation rules)

Mon (9/23): Do the Kuta Differentiation worksheet.

Fri (9/20): Do p. 104, # 67-73 odd, 75, 77, 79, 85, 87, 89. (diffentiability and continuity).

Thurs (9/19): none

Wed (9/18): Prepare for a test on section 1.5 and part of section 2.1.

Tues (9/17): Class doesn't meet (day 6).

Mon (9/16): Do p. 103, # 17-37 odd. (derivatives and the difference quotient)

Fri (9/13): Do p. 88, # 5, 7, 13-31 odd, 39-47 odd. (infinite limits)

Thurs (9/12): Prepare for a test on sections 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4.

Wed (9/11): Do p.80, #86, 87-97 odd, 100, 102, 119. (Intermediate Value Theorem)

Tues (9/10): Do p. 79, # 39-65 odd. (continuity)

Mon (9/9): Do p. 79, #1-33 odd. (one-sided limits and continuity)

Fri (9/6): Class doesn't meet.

Thurs (9/5): none

Wed (9/4): p. 67, # 23, 25, 37, 51, 55-61 (for 55, rationalize the numerator-multiply the top and bottom by the conjugate of the numerator; for 57, start by clearing out the denominators; for 61, simplify the numerator-don't multiply by the conjugate), 65-73 (use Th. 1-9), 83-87, all odd. (finding limits analytically)

Tues (9/3): Do p. 55, # 1-21 odd, 23-28 all, 66. (finding limits with tables and graphs)

Thurs (8/29): none