Math  Analysis      Schedule & Homework  Assignments     2011-2012    First 6-weeks

Week of

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

8/15 – 8/19

Administrative and Introductory Items
§1.1, 1.3

§1.4 Lines

§1.5 Circles
Quiz on Handouts and Lines

Homework 1 due
Project 1

8/22 – 8/26

Project 1 due
Project 2

Project 2 due
§14.4 Derivative

Derivative continued

Project 3

8/29 - 9/2

Homework 2 due
Review

Test 1

8.1  Right Triangle Trig
Project 3 due

8.2  Law of Sines

9/5 - 9/9

Labor Day
No school

8.3 Law of Cosines

8.2, 8.3

Intro to vectors

9/12 - 9/16

9.4  Vectors
Vector handout exercises due

9.5  Dot Product

9.6  3-D vectors

9.7 Cross Product

9/19 – 9/23

Review
Homework 3 due

Test 2

Project 4

Project 4 due
14.5 Integrals

Homework #              Problems due
1                                  1.1:  38,40,42,60
                                    1.3:  8,10
                                    1.4:  [16,18,20 (determine equation also)],48,52,56,60,120,122
                                    1.5:  16,18,22,24,26,28

2                                  14.4:  10,12,14,16,18 (compute derivatives by hand & write equation of tangent line)
                                    14.4:  34,36,38 (compute derivatives using Derive)

Vector Handout exercises

3                                  8.1:   10,12,14,32,34,36,52,54,66
                                    8.2
:   18,22,26,28,30,40,42,44,50
                                    8.3:   18,30,36,38,40,48,52
                                    9.4:   16,18,20,22,28,30,34,36,38,48,50,52,56,58,60
                                    9.5:   10,12,14,20,22,24,30,36 
                                    9.6:   18,20,30,32,34,36,38,48,50,52,54
                                    9.7:   16,18,48,50,54

The decimal numbers, e.g. 1.3 or 12.4, refer to the sections in our textbook.  The first 6-weeks, we cover various topics to complement the Physics course.  All work is due at the beginning of the class period.  Regardless of the book's instructions, using your calculator is always allowed (and usually encouraged).  All submitted work must have the CVGS Honor Code Pledge with your signature.

Grading for 1st 6-weeks:
Quiz                4%
Projects           6% each
Homework      6%
Tests                33% each