Homework for Calc I
Stewart, ET, 5th edition
General Information:
Homework, whether study or challenge problems, must conform to the following:
Homework will be accepted early, but never late.
Note: "eoo" stands for "every other odd", and means to do every other odd problem in the range specified.
Reviewsplease see me asap with any questions on the material in the appendices. An online source for precalc basics is http://www.purplemath.com/index.htm .
Reveiws  Due  
Warmup activity handout  all (no calculator, no more than 1 hour, do it before starting Appendix A)  1/18/05 
Appendix A  1337 eoo, 4355 eoo  1/18/05 
Appendix B  1,7, 2141 eoo, 57  1/19/05 
Appendix C  131 eoo, 33, 34  1/21/05 
Appendix D  1,7,29,31,47,59,65,69,83 (There will be a trig review session on 1/24 in JEM 364 from 89 pm)  1/25/05 
Read each section before it is covered in class and note definitions, theorems, vocabulary and formulas. Review inclass demonstrations and experiment with any interactive tools.
You are responsible for having done the homework problems after each section had been discussed in class and before the next class period. It is very important that each exercise is done correctly ! Incorrect exercises don't help anyone very much. You can look in the back of the book, in the solution manual (on reserve at the library), you can compare answers with others in your study group or class, you can ask at the help session, you can come to my office hoursyou should ultimately be able to solve every problem perfectly. Be careful to do each type of problem until you can do it without help or looking anything up in the book since you will not be able to use the book on the quizzes.
NOTE: Some of the problems have a little graph icon next to them in the textthis means that you must use Maple to do the problem. Full credit will NOT be given for homeworks without the Maple component.
Chapter 1  Chapter 2  Chapter 3  Chapter 4  Chapter 5  
1.1  1, 7, 14, 17, 19, 21, 2333 eoo, 41, 43, 57, 65  2.1  3, 5  3.1  331 odd, 41, 45, 47 (Hint)  4.1  9, 11, 13, 27,
33, 41, 43, 49, 53, 61, 67 3.10 #11 
5.1  1,3, 6, 17, 19,22
3.10 #29, 4.5# 29, 4.7 #25 
1.2  1,6, 10, 13, 19  2.2  7, 9, 15, 19, 2533 odd, 40  3.2  325 odd, 27, 31 (Hint)  4.2  1, 3, 7, 9, 11, 13, 19, 23
3.10 #13 
5.2  3,5,9,11,,21,25,26 (use
Maple), 37,39, 53 3.10 #31, 4.5# 37, 4.7 #27 
1.3  3,5,9,13,18,26,27hint, 35,37,39,43,45,47,63  2.3  1, 1130 eoo, 31, 33, 35, 41, 43, 47, 49, 57  3.3  1, 5, 15, 23, 26 also 9.4 (this is not a typoit is a section in chapter 9) # 3, 5, 9, 19 
4.3  1, 7, 1120 odd, 27, 3352 odd
3.10 #15 
5.3  9, 13,, 1941 odd, 49, 51,
3.10 #33, 4.5# 41, 4.7 #27 
1.4  skip  2.4  A. 19 odd, 13, 15, 1925 odd.
B. 17, 2743 odd. 
3.4  119 odd, 18, 22, 25, 29, 3543 odd  4.4  1, 562 eoo, 63, 65
3.10 #17 
5.4  2, 540 eoo, 43,44, 47,53
3.10 #35, 4.5# 47, 4.7 #29 
1.5  3, 5, 9, 11, 13, 19, 21, 25  2.5  11, 13, 1519 odd, 29, 35, 39, 41, 45, 47, 53  3.5  145 odd, 61, 69  4.5  111 odd
3.10 #19 
5.5  170 eoo. 4.5# 53, 4.7 #31, 33 
1.6  15, 16, 17 2129 odd, 39, 41, 49, 51, 59, 61, 65, 67, 71  2.6  9, 1333 eoo, 23, 35, 37, 41, 49, 51, 56, 59  3.6  124 odd, 27, 31, 4149 odd  4.6  5, 15, 20 (use Maple for all of these)
1.1 4755 all 3.10 #21, 4.5# 15 
5.6  1,5,7
4.5# 55, 57, 4.7 #35, 23 
2.7  5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17, 27  3.7  1, 3, 520 odd, 23, 27, 29, 31, 35, 35, 37, 43, 45, and 3.6 # 53, 54a, 59, 61  4.7  19 all
3.10 #23, 25 4.5# 17, 19 

2.8  3,5,9,1317 odd, 25, 27, 31  3.8  151 eoo , 31, 32  4.8  Skip 5,7,19,24 3.10 #25, 4.5# 19, 4.7#11 

2.9  3, 7, 9, 14, 2133 odd, 37, 43, 46  3.9  Skip for now 121 eoo, 23, 3047 eoo, 49  4.9  skip  
3.10  18 all  4.10  115 eoo, 1942 eoo, 53, 55,61,63
3.10 #27, 4.5# 25, 4.7 #17 

3.11 
Skip for now 13, 17, 19, 23,25,35,39,41,
3.10 #9 
Note: there may be some adjustment to these assignments as the course progressesdouble check any assignment for updates before doing it.
Chapter 1  Chapter 2  Chapter 3  Chapter 4  Chapter 5 
Due: 2/4/05  Due: 3/2/05  3.13.5 due: 3/23/05 3.63.11 due: 4/1/05 
Due: 4/20/05  Due: 5/5/05 
1.3 # 56, 64
pg. 79 # 25, 28, 29 pg. 85 #13, 16

2.2 #38 (justify your answer) 2.3 #32 2.4 # 14, 37 2.5 # 46 2.6 # 60, 61 2.9 #47

3.1 #49,51, 59
3.2 #44 3.3 Answer questions at the bottom of Maple sec3_3no32.mws 3.4 # 20, 32 3.5 #70  3.5 (second set) # 72, 77 3.6 #33, 56, 60 and give plots on Maple 3.8 # 52 3.10 # 12 
Hint: See Maple lab 4 for sample problems. 4.1 # 72, 77 4.2 # 20, 28 4.3 #72 4.4 #70 4.5 #60 4.6 # 36 4.7 # 36 4.10 # 50add a part b2: use Maple to generated a direction field for f(x), and draw a (presumably better) sketch of F(x) on this. Add a part d2: plot both the direction field and F(x) on the same set of axes. Choose your viewing window (x and y ranges) carefully to get a good picture. State and prove Increasing/decreasing test, part (b) on pg 296 
5.2, #28,
5.3 # 58 5.5 # 77

Chapter  Assignment  Due 
chpt 1  pg 77: concept check # 18 all, 11, 12. truefalse #110 all. exercises # 1,2, 510 all, 1121 odd, 2328 all.  
chpt 2  pg 176: concept check #1,38 all, 13. truefalse #10, 13,15. exercises # 121 eoo, 27,29,31,32,35,42,4649 all.  
chpt 3  pg 270: concept check #4. truefalse none. exercises #159 odd, 63, 64, 91,92, 93  
chpt 4  pg 361: concept check #4,5,6,7. truefalse #1,2,3,6,7,10. exercises #133 odd,45,52,53,54,58, 6571 odd.  
chpt 5  pg 430: concept check # 1,2,3. truefalse # 13,14. exercises
#2,3,7,939 odd, 43, 45,47,55 pg 611, # 3,4 
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