MA 109 CALCULUS WITH ALGEBRA 2
SPRING 2013 HOME PAGE 
 Course Info Sheet
 Class Meetings in Harder 201:
 Tuesday & Thursday 12:402
 Final Exam in Harder 201:

 Instructor: Alice Dean, Professor,
Mathematics & Computer Science
 Phone: 5805286
 Email
 My home page


Course textbook:
Single Variable Calculus
with Early Transcendentals, 7th Ed.,
James Stewart
Brooks/Cole, 2012 
DATE 
TOPICS 
CLASS SLIDES, HOMEWORK,
& OTHER HANDOUTS 
READINGS & EXERCISES 
FRIDAY,
5/3/13 



TUESDAY,
4/30/13 
 Information about Final Exam: Wednesday, May 8, 69 PM in Harder 201
 A few last words about FTC and Calculus


 No new reading or exercises

THURSDAY,
4/25/13 
 Return, go over HW #5
 More on Usubstitution


 Reading: 5.5
 5.5 p. 414: 5359 odd, 63, 65, 69, 71

TUESDAY,
4/23/13 
 FTC Exercises
 Usubstitution


 Reading: 5.5
 5.5 p. 413: 115 odd

THURSDAY,
4/18/13 
 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, version 1


 Reading: 5.3
 5.3, p. 394:
3, 7, 9, 45
(see notes on first slide for #45)

TUESDAY,
4/16/13 
 Return, go over Exam #2
 More on Definite Integrals
 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, version 2


 Reading: 5.25.3
 5.2, p. 382: 1, 7, 33, 53
 5.3, p. 394: 1931 odd

THURSDAY,
4/11/13 
 The Area Problem and Definite Integrals



TUESDAY,
4/9/13 
 More on Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals


 Reading: 4.9
 4.9, p. 348: 5, 21, 25, 27, 59, 61, 63, 65

THURSDAY,
4/4/13 



TUESDAY,
4/2/13 
 Return, go over HW #4
 Review for Exam #2


 No new reading or exercises

THURSDAY,
3/28/13 
 Information about Exam #2, Thursday, April 4
 Optimization exercises
 Antiderivatives and Indefinite Integrals


 Reading: 4.9
 4.9, p. 348: 1, 3, 717 odd, 23, 31

TUESDAY,
3/26/13 
 Calculus techniques for optimization problems


 Reading: 4.7
 4.7, p. 331: 1, 7, 8, 11, 12, 19, 23, 32, 37

THURSDAY,
3/21/13 
 Return, go over HW 3
 More on curvesketching


 Reading: Still 4.5
 No new exercises

TUESDAY,
3/19/13 


 Reading: 4.5
 4.5, p. 317: 1, 9, 23, 42, 52

THURSDAY,
3/7/13 
 The First Derivative Test
 Concavity and the Second Derivative


 Reading: Still 4.3
 4.3, p. 297: 1 (look up definition of point of inflection); 917 odd, all parts, also sketch the graph of the function in each part.

TUESDAY,
3/5/13 
 Using the derivative to determine where a function is increasing and decreasing


 Reading: 4.3 (omit 4.2)
 4.1, p. 281: 4361 odd (verify that the Closed Interval method applies, and then use it to do the problem)
 4.3, p. 297: #5; also #917 odd, parts (a) and (b)

THURSDAY,
2/28/13 
 Return Exam 1
 More on maximums and minimums
 Critical numbers


 Reading: 4.1
 4.1, p. 281: 2937 odd, 4953 odd

TUESDAY,
2/26/13 
 Maximum and minimum values of a function on a domain


 Reading: Begin reading 4.1
 4.1, p. 280: For the functions in #36, find the absolute min and max (if they exist) and say where they occur. Also, do #1321 as stated.

THURSDAY,
2/21/13 



TUESDAY,
2/19/13 
 Return, go over HW #2
 Review for Exam #1



THURSDAY,
2/14/13 
 Info about Exam #1, Thursday, 2/21/13
 Exponential growth


 Reading: 3.8
 Exercises: 3.8, p. 242: 1, 3, 5, 9

TUESDAY,
2/12/13 
 Intro to exponential growth


 Reading: Begin reading 3.8
 No new exercises

THURSDAY,
2/7/13 
 Return, go over HW #1 and Lab #1
 More on Related Rates


 Reading: 3.9
 Exercises:
 3.9, p. 248, 13, 11, 18, 24, 35, 46

TUESDAY,
2/5/13 


 Reading: 3.9
 Exercises:
 3.9, p. 248, 13, 11, 18, 24, 35, 46

THURSDAY,
1/31/13 


 Reading: 3.7
 Exercises:
 Slides 3 and 4 from Tuesday, 1/29/13
 3.7, p.233: 1, 7, 31

TUESDAY,
1/29/13 
 Derivatives of inverse functions
 Logarithmic Differentiation


 Reading: 3.53.6
 Exercises:
 3.5, p. 216: 5157 odd
 3.6, p. 223: 9, 11, 17, 23, 39, 41, 47, 49

THURSDAY,
1/24/13 
 Implicit Differentiation
 Derivatives of inverse functions


 Reading: 3.5
 Exercises:
 3.5, p. 215: 119 odd, 25, 29, 37, and 39

TUESDAY,
1/22/13 
 General course information
 Review of ideas from MA 108
 Overview ofideas from MA 109
 Implicit Functions


 Reading: Review MA 108 notes, begin 3.5
 Exercises:
 p. 73: 1af, 10ac
 p. 167: 19 odd
 p. 265: 119 odd – either find y’ or explain why we don’t yet have enough rules or formulas to do so; also do 57, 59
 p. 215: 513 odd – try to solve for x and also for y, or say why you cannot
