•  2019 - 2020 Course policy sheet here

     

    All assignments are to be worked on graph paper unless you are given a worksheet with stated room to work.

     

     

     

    #29 Friday, October 11

    Free response practice; concept review:

         '96 #1, '98 #2, '93 #2, '94 #1 all without calculator

         Do the rectilinear given problem, may use a scientific calculator

         Choose 4 of the optimization problems

     

     

     

    #28 Thursday, October 10

    Rectilinear motion II:

        pgs. 342 - 343 Quick Check #3 (write the sentence); #5 - 10, 13 - 15, 18 (draw sketches when given or asked for; please use proper notation for all functions)

    No test tomorrow, but you should be working on test corrections.

     

     

     

    #27 Monday, October 7

    Rolle's theorem; Mean Value theorem

         pg. 334 - 336 # 7 - 12, 14 "a - c", 15, 16, 19 - 21, 30, 41

    Test corrections if you did not earn an A on last Friday's test.

    Next class is on Thursday.

     

     

     

    #26 Friday, October 4

    More optimization; some concept review:

         pgs. 319 - 320 # 19 - 23, 28, 31

         pg. 216 # 71 - 73 (write the table/function)

         pgs. 232 - 233 # 7, 28 

     

     

     

    #25 Wednesday, October 2

    Optimization:

         pg.  318 - 319 # 3, 4, 8, 9, 12, 13, 18

         Finish the worksheet from last block day "sketching f from f' "  (will be checked on Friday with assignments and test corrections)

     

     

     

     

    #24 Tuesday, October 1

    Linear approximation; differentials:

         pg. 230 - 231 # 3a, 21 - 24, 33 - 45

    Test corrections, too!

    We have math class tomorrow; study center 5 - 6:30

         

     

     

     

    #23 Monday, September 30

    Absolute Extrema:

         pg. 307 # 3-6, 7-23 odds

    Start working on your test corrections.

     

     

     

    #22 Friday, September 27

    More work with functions and derivatives, relative extrema:

         Rogaski worksheet (emailed to absent students)

    If you are going to miss class on Monday, please email for the book assignment now.  We will just have a work period that day on extreme values.

     

     

     

    #21 Thursday, September 26

    Absolute Extrema; sketching f given f'; concept review:

         Larson worksheet (you may stop by before Smart to start working on it early)

    Test corrections, too!

     

     

     

    #20 Tuesday, September 24

    More work with functions and derivatives...what's critical, what's important? (shelter drill)

         pgs. 287 288 # 3, 15 - 18 (include the sketches), 19 - 22, 31 - 43 odds, 73

    (On #43, it helps to make a quick sketch of the graph!)

    Test 3 corrections, too

     

     

     

    #19 Monday, September 23...happy first day of autumn!

    Using the first and second derivative to gather information about a function:

         pgs. 276 - 277 # 1 - 6, 11 - 16, 19 (it's a bear, but you can do it!), 36

    Test corrections, too!

     

     

    #18 Friday, September 20

    Derivatives of inverse functions:

         Worksheet on above topic

     

     

     

    #17 Thursday, September 19

    L'Hopital's Rule; derivatives of inverse functions (weekend assignment):

    Be sure to write the original limit problem AND note L'H when using L'Hopital's rule! Keep the limit notation throughout the problem please.

         pg. 262 - 264 "quick check" #1 - 3 and then 5 - 19, 51

         pg. 265 #8

    Test corrections, too!

     

     

     

    #16 Tuesday, September 17

    Derivatives of inverse trig functions; some concept review

         pg. 254 #33 - 44

         #13 off of the HW 14 related rates worksheet

         pg. 265 #6, 17, 39, 44

    Test corrections, too!

     

     

     

    #15 Monday, September 16

    Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions:

         pg. 247 - 248 # 3 - 30 every 3rd problem, #39

         pg. 254 # 11 - 19 odds, 28

         pg. 223 # 39

    *Test corrections...do a few a day.  Check the posted key or with Mrs. Schrick

     

     

     

    #14 Friday, September 13

    Even more related rates!

         Related rates worksheet #1 - 12, but skip #6 (emailed to you if absent)

     

     

     

    #13 Wednesday, September 11 (never forget...)

    More related rates:

        pg. 222 - 223 # 18, 20 - 22, 25 - 28, 30 - 32

    Test corrections are due Friday if you didn't earn an A last week. Please be complete...write the problem, show the process that leads to your solution. The test won't be any longer than a non-block day test.

    Please move the post-it to #10 - 13 or #13 - 10, highlight your assignments and test corrections.

     

     

     

     

    #12 Tuesday, September 10

    Related Rates:

         pg. 221 - 222 #4 - 6, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19

    Test corrections, too, if you did not earn an A on last Friday's test.

    Please sign up for the AP exam at myap.collegeboard.org 

     

     

    #11 Monday, September 9

    Implicit differentiation:

         Prove that d/dx [sec x] = sec x tan x

         pg. 241 - 242 # 5, 12 - 18 evens, 21, 22, 29, 33

    Test corrections, too, if you did not earn an A on Friday's test.  Please rewrite the given problem, rework it, and then check the posted key in room 253 or 257 or check with Mrs. Schrick.

     

     

     

    #10 Friday, September 6

    The chain rule:

         pg. 214 - 216 #7, 9, 15 - 37 odds, 69, 71 (please write each problem; use proper notation)

     

     

     

    #9 Thursday, September 5

    Trig derivatives; chain rule (weekend assignment); sketching derivative activity:

         pg. 207 - 208 # 3 - 24 every 3rd, but skip #18, and then do 25, 26, 29, 35, 39

    Test Friday. Please move the post-it so that HW 7 - 9 or 9 - 7 AND test corrections are easily found. If you earned a grade on your test that was less than an A, you have test corrections to do...on graph paper please. Highlight the title "TC."

     

     

     

    #8 Tuesday, September 3

    Techniques of differentiation practice:

         pg. 196 # 3 - 24 every 3rd problem, # 29 - 37 odds, 59, 61

         pg. 203 # 3 - 15 every 3rd problem

    If you earned a grade on your test that was less than an A, you have test corrections to do...on graph paper please.  Write the problem, rework it, check against the posted key.  Highlight the title "TC." It will be checked with your Friday assignments.

     

     

     

    #7 Friday, August 30

    Definition and alternate definition of the derivative:

    You must use the definition or alternate definition of the derivative; you may use h instead of delta x.

           Pg. 187 - 188 # 2, 3, 7, 9, 13 - 23 odds, 41, 43, 44

     

    No school on Monday...

     

     

     

    #6 Thursday, August 29

    Definition and alternate definition of the derivative; concept practice:

         Concept worksheet here (please work on graph paper: write limits, make sketches, etc.)

    · Test tomorrow; study center tonight from 5 - 6:30

    · Please have assignments 1 - 6 in order (1 to 6 or 6 to 1), highlight the assignment number, and put a post-it on the place where the checking starts before class begins on Friday.

     

     

     

    #5 Tuesday, August 27

    Tangent lines, velocity, and rates of change:

          Read the green box paragraphs on pgs. 168 - 175 (The boxes are small squares at each of the headings)

         In the reading, note any definitions for yourself.

         Do pg. 176 - 178 # 1 - 17 but skip part "d" on # 9 -12

    Please bring your text book daily.

    Reminder: Smart passes are given out until 7:45 am on Thursday; you may request one via email up until that time.

     

     

     

    #4 Monday, August 26

    Limits of trig functions; review inverses: (on graph paper)

         pg. 132 #31, 32

         pg. 153 #24, 30

         pg. 160 # 1 - 11 (skip #8), 13, 17 - 33 odds, 46, 48

    Please bring your text book daily!

     

     

     

    #3 Friday, August 23

    Limits at infinity; continuity:

    (do this assignment on graph paper, please)

    Sketch the graphs, write the functions and/or limit notation

    pg. 122 #32

    Read pg. 128 example 11

    pg. 131 - 133 # 9 - 19 odds, 43, 44, 60 (you need a calculator on #60)

    pg. 152 - 153 Choose 1 from 1 - 4 then do #5 - 8, 11 - 16, 23, 27 - 29

    PLEASE:

    · get your calculator card signed (even if you have a calculator)

    · get graph paper (either loose paper, on a pad, in a notebook...whatever your preference is)

    · Sign up for the email help group: send an email to jschrick@redwood.org with the subject "calculus email help group" (please use an email address that you check.)

     

     

     

    #2 Thursday, August 22

    Limits:

    On graph paper:

    pg. 121 - 122 "Quick check" and #3 - 37 odds (but skip 13 and 35)

    Yes, YOU MUST WRITE THE ORIGINAL LIMIT PROBLEM!

    Please bring your text book to class daily.

    PLEASE:

    · get your calculator card signed (even if you have a calculator)

    · get graph paper (either loose paper, on a pad, in a notebook...whatever your preference is)

    · Sign up for the email help group: send an email to jschrick@redwood.org with the subject "calculus email help group" (please use an email address that you check.)

     

     

     

    #1 Wednesday, August 21

    Review algebraic topics:

         In each of the following sections, please do the "Quick Check" exercises: 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 (solutions at the end of the problem set)

         DO 50 - 51 # 27 - 31, 33

         READ section 2.1 on limits

         READ the policy sheet

    PLEASE:

    · get your calculator card signed (even if you have a calculator)

    · get graph paper (either loose paper, on a pad, in a notebook...whatever your preference is)

    · Sign up for the email help group: send an email to jschrick@redwood.org with the subject "calculus email help group" (please use an email address that you check.)