Week 1 
 Administrative: Register online for WebAssign. See the link above. At login, select "I have a class key." Enter the Class Key: d.umn 4669 4536.
You will also need an Access Code which you will receive with your textbook
if purchased at the UMD bookstore.
(If purchased elsewhere, you will need to purchase an Access Code for $25 at
the WebAssign website.)
You will need to choose a login name and password.
I suggest you use your eight digit UMD email login name.
Your password need not be the same as your UMD "X500" password.
See the WebAssign section in the text, or see online help for registration questions.
 Reading: Skim through the Preface. Read the section "To The Student."
Look at the four diagnostic tests. Read "Precalculus" sections 1.11.4.
 Online WA HW 1, due Thursday Sept. 4 11pm: Algebra Diagnostic Test.
 Written HW 1, due Friday Sept 5, 3pm:
Section 1.1: 2, 20, 24
Section 1.2: 4,5,15
Section 1.3: 2abe, 27

Week 2 
 Read Sections 1.5, 1.6, Appendix D, 2.1. Skim the Principles of problem solving pp 7681.
 Online WA HW 2, due Wed. Sept 10: Sections 1.21.6, App D. Posted on WA.
 Written HW 2, due Thurs. Sept 11:
Sec. 1.5: 2,12,16,18,25ac
Sec. 1.6: 2,6,22,32,38,48,59
App D: 42,83,85
 Quiz 1 Friday Sept 12. Covers Sections 1.11.6, App D.

Week 3 
 Read Sections 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4.
 Online WA HW 3, due Wed. Sept 17: Sections 2.12.3. Posted on WA.
 Written HW 3, due Thurs. Sept 18:
Sec. 2.1: 2,4,9
Sec. 2.2: 3,15,22,36,37,40
Sec. 2.3: 10,31,34,37,46,49,52,58,61
 Quiz 2 Friday Sept 19. Covers Sections 2.12.3

Week 4 
 Read Sections 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8.
 Online WA HW 4, due Wed. Sept 24: Sections 2.42.7. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 4, due Thurs. Sept 25:
Sec. 2.4: 17, 20, 34
Sec. 2.5: 6,7,10, 16, 21, 44, 61
Sec. 2.6: 2,6, 46, 54
Sec. 2.7: 1,12,20
 Extra Credit, due Friday Sept. 26. Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm.
Sec. 2.4: 30, 39; Sec. 2.5: 60; Sec. 2.6 71.
 Quiz 3 Friday Sept 26. Covers Sections 2.42.7

Week 5 
 Review Ch's 1,2. Read 3.1.
 Online WA HW 5, due Tues. Sept 30: Sections 2.7 (cont), 2.8 Posted.
 Written HW 5, due Wed. Oct. 1:
Sec. 2.7: 4ab, 49
Sec. 2.8: 12,14,22,25,33,45
Ch 2 Review: Read Concept Check and True/False questions. Not to turn in, but likely source of Test 1 questions.
 Quiz 4 Wednesday Oct. 1. Covers all of Ch 2, but especially 2.8.
 Extra Credit. Due Friday Oct. 3. 2.7: 52, 2.8: 55.
 Test 1 Friday Oct. 3. Ch 1, App. D, Ch 2. In Montague Hall 80.
 Possible proofs for Test 1: 1. Pythagorean theorem, 2. Law of cosines given the pythagorean theorem, 3. limit of a function exists, 4. f is continuous at a certain point, 5. a^{x+y} = a^x a^y implies log(xy) = log(x) + log(y).
 Practice Test 1
The practice test 1 is from Fall 2007 which used a different text, so the material doesn't completely line up. This should, however give an idea of the format and type of problems that might be on the test.



Week 6 
 Read Sections 3.1, 3.2, 3.3.
 Online WA HW 6, due Wed. Oct 8: Sections 3.13.3.. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 6, due Thurs. Oct 9:
Sec. 3.1: 2, 4, 17, 24 (w/o quotient rule!), 30 (w/o chain rule), 62
Sec. 3.2: 1, 2, 40, 49
Sec. 3.3: 17, 29, 31, 33, 50
 Extra Credit, due Friday Oct. 10. Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm. Sec. 3.2 57.
 Quiz 5 Friday Oct. 10. Covers Sections 3.1  3.3.

Week 7 
 Read Sections 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7.
 Online WA HW 7, due Wed. Oct 15: Sections 3.43.7. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 7, due Thurs. Oct 16:
Sec. 3.4: 8, 40, 62, 66, 67, 68, 90
Sec. 3.5: 1, 12, 33, 40, 44, 67
Sec. 3.6: 16, 30, 46, 53
Sec. 3.7: 1, 5, 6, 14, 29
 Extra Credit, due Friday Oct. 17 Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm. Sec. 3.6: 54; Sec. 3.7: 35.
 Quiz 6 Friday Oct. 17 Covers Sections 3.4  3.7.

Week 8 
 Read Sections 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11.
 Online WA HW 8, due Wed. Oct 22: Sections 3.83.11. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 8, due Thurs. Oct 23:
Sec. 3.8: 2, 19a
Sec. 3.9: 1,2
Sec. 3.10: 5,6,23
Sec. 3.11: 7,9,54
 Extra Credit, due Friday Oct. 24 Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm. Sec. 3.8: 19b; Sec 3.10: Lab Project 14.
 Quiz 7 Friday Oct. 24 Covers Sections 3.8  3.11.

Week 9 
 Read Sections 4.1  4.4.
 Online WA HW 9, due Wed. Oct 29: Sections 4.1  4.4. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 9, due Thurs. Oct 30:
4.1: 2,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,13,14,59,65,69
4.2: 5,7,8,9,15,17,20
4.3: 1,2,6,11,13,24,28,29,30,33
4.4: 4,8,48,71,73
 Extra Credit, due Friday Oct. 31 Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm. Sec. 4.2: 22; Sec 4.3: 66ab; Sec. 4.4: 83
 Quiz 8 Friday Oct. 31 Covers Sections 4.1  4.4.

Week 10 
 Review Sections 3.1  3.11, 4.14.4. Read Sections 4.5.
 Online WA HW 10, due Tues. Nov. 4: Sections 4.5 and review. To be posted on WebAssign.
 No Written HW due this week.
 TEST 2. Wednesday Nov. 5. 78:15 PM in Bohannon Hall 90.
Covers Sections 3.1  3.11 and 4.1  4.5.
 Friday NO CLASS. (We will have regular class on Wednesday as well as the test at night.)

Week 11 
 Read Sections 4.6  4.9, 5.1.
 Online WA HW 11, due Wed. Nov. 12: Sections 4.5  4.9, 5.1. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 11, due Thurs. Nov. 13:
4.5: 1,12,15,26,48 Do as much of these as you can by hand.
4.6: 1
4.7: 30,66
4.8: 2,4
4.9 9,21,30,52
5.1: Web assing problems only
 Extra credit, due Friday Nov. 14. Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm.
Color as completely as you can the three "basins of attraction" for
Newton's methos applied to x^3x. Red for 1, green for 0, blue for 1.
 Quiz 9 Friday Oct. 31 Covers Sections 4.7  4.9, 5.1.

Week 12 
 Read Sections 5.1  5.4.
 Online WA HW 12, due Wed. Nov.19: Sections 5.1  5.4. Posted on WebAssign.
 Written HW 12, due Thurs. Nov. 20:
5.1: 16,22
5.2: 18,33,35,40
5.3: 2,5,14,29,51
5.4: 1,4,21,49,54
 Extra Credit, due Friday Nov. 21 Hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham by 3pm. 5.1 26; 5.2 27.
 Quiz 10 Friday Nov. 21 Covers Sections 5.1  5.4.

Week 13 
 Read Sections: 5.5, 6.1.
 Online WA HW 13, due Tues. Nov. 25. Posted on WebAssign. Sections 5.5, 6.1.
 Written HW 13, due Wed. Nov. 26:
Sec. 5.5: 7, 13, 16, 28, 43, 53, 69, 78
Sec. 6.1: 4, 12, 35
 Extra Credit: hand in on a separate sheet to Prof. Peckham. Sec. 5.5 82.
 Thanksgiving Break!! No quiz.

Week 14 
 Review Chapters 4,5. Read Sections 6.2, 6.3, 7.1.
 Online WA HW 14, due Tues. Dec. 2. Posted on WebAssign. Sections 6.2, 6.3, 7.1.
 Written HW 14, due Tues. Dec. 2:
Sec. 6.2: 6, 18, 20, 31, 34, 41, 47
Sec. 6.3: 8, 13, 20
Sec. 7.1: 9, 17, 48
 Quiz 11 Wednesday Dec. 3. Sections 6.2, 6.3, 7.1.
 Extra Credit. Due Friday Dec. 5: Sec. 6.2 72.
 Test 3 Thurs Dec. 4 at night: 78:15 in Bohannon 90.
Sections: 4.74.9, 5.15.5, 6.16.3, 7.1.
 Possible proofs for Test 3: TBA. Similar to quiz proofs.
The five were given in class: Newton's method formula, usub formula, FTC II given FTC I, compute a definite integral directly from the definition (without FTC II), Int by parts formula from product rule.
 Practice Test 3
The practice test 3 is from Fall 2007 which used a different text, so the material doesn't completely line up. This should, however, give an idea of the format and type of problems that might be on the test. In particular, problems 5, 6c, 8 and 10 are on material not covered in our course. The other problems would be appropriate Test 3 questions.



Week 15 
 Skim Sections 5.4, 5.5. Review the rest of the course.
 Classes: Review and Related Topics
 HW WebAssign Review problems. 15A (TF from Ch's 5,7) due Monday Dec. 8 at 11pm.
15B (TF from chapters 1 and 2 and one 6.5 problem) due Thursday at 11pm.
 Assignments: Hand in Test Corrections. For any problem you wish to correct, recopy the original problem on a separate sheet of paper and completely work out the whole problem. If there are parts a,b,..., you need not redo all parts to get credit for the part on which you missed points.
Attach the original test after the corrections. I will count 1 point for each 4 points
of corrections.
 Tuesday, Dec. 9: Test 1 corrections due.
 Wednesday, Dec. 10: Test 2 corrections due.
 Thursday, Dec. 11: Test 3 corrections due.

Week 16 
Final Exam: Tues. Dec. 16 10  11:55. Cumulative. SCC 120
The final exam will be slightly longer than the three "hour" exams. Material will
be fairly evenly distributed from the sections we covered in the course. Exception: Chapter 1, mostly precalculus material, will not be directly tested.
There will be several "proofs" on the final, taken from the following list:
 Show that a specific function is continuous at a specific point. (epsilondelta proof) The function will likely be linear.
 Compute the derivative of a specific function, directly from the definition of derivative. (Form of pssible functions: c, x, Ax+B, x^{n}, a^{x})
 Justify one of the following differentiation rules: product rule, reciprocal rule
 Show the derivative of ln(x) is 1/x, given that the derivative of e^{x} is e^{x} and that ln(x) is the inverse of e^{x}.
 Compute a definite integral directly from the definition (as the limit of Riemann sums).
 State and prove FTC II assuming FTC I.
Study suggestions: Tests 13, Quizzes, TrueFalse from chapter review problems, Homework problems, WebAssign problems (in order of priority). In looking through old (or new) problems, think how you would approach them before looking at your old answers.
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