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CALCULUS I

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CALCULUS I

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Updated on 8/9/16

15 week precalc

The emphasis in this course is on presenting a good argument not simply producing an answer.

SHOW ALL WORK TO SUPPORT YOUR ARGUMENTS AND TO GET FULL CREDIT.

An “OK” mark on your paper means the answer is wrong but you get full credit for the argument.

Leave all work visible as you might get half credit for arguments that are good, but crossed off.

Unjustified answers receive NO credit!

1

c1 9/1

Review of Functions and Models

2

c2 9/3

Inverse Functions

3

3.1 9/8

Polynomial Functions

4

3.2 9/10

Polynomial Division

5

3.3 9/15

Zeros of Polynomial

6

3.4 9/17

Polynomial Inequalities

7

3.5 9/22

Rational Functions

8

3.6,7 9/24

Insights

9

4.1,2 9/29

Exponential Functions

10

4.2 10/1

Base “e”, Models

11

4.3 10/6

Logarithmic Functions

12

4.4,5 10/8

Logarithmic Models

13

4.4,5 10/13

Exponential Equations

14

5.1 10/15

Angles and Their Measure

15

5.2 10/20

Circular Functions

16

5.3 10/22

Right Triangle Trig.

17

5.4 10/27

Trig Functions

18

5.5 10/29

Graphing Basic Trig Functions

19

5.6,7 11/3

Inverse Trig Functions

20

  11/5

Review - Transformations

21

  11/10

Midterm

22

6.1,2 11/12

Identities

23

6.3 11/17

Sum and Difference Formulas

24

6.4,5 11/19

Double and Half Angle Identities

25

6.6,7 11/24

Trig Equations

26

7.1 12/1

Law of Sines

27

7.2 12/3

Law of Coines

28

  12/8

Project Due

29

  12/10

Review

30

12/15

Review

FINAL

12/17

FINAL EXAM