Previous announcements for Math 1351, Spring 2010
 4/28/2010: Solutions to quiz 8 have been corrected. Please
see problem 1(b) in the corrected versions below.
Quiz 9 this Thursday (4/29) will be on material from section 5.1.
Recommended problems to study have been posted below.
 4/17/2010: Solutions to quiz 7 are posted.
I have also posted suggested problems for 4.5 and 4.6.
The quiz on 4/22
will cover the rest of 4.5 and 4.6.
Other important dates mentioned in class:
 Exam 3:
Monday 4/26 in class
 Review for exam 3: Thursday 4/22, 6:30 p.m. in our regular
classroom.
 Final Exam:
Monday 5/10, 10:30 to 1:00 in Math 012
 4/11/2010: Suggested problems for sections 4.3 through 4.5
are posted below. These sections will be covered on quiz 7 on Thursday
4/15.
 3/26/2010: Suggested problems for sectinos 3.8, 4.1, and
4.2 are posted below. These will be the sections covered on quiz 6 (on
Thursday 4/1).
 3/8/2010: Suggested problems for section 3.7 are posted
below.
I have also posted solutions to quiz 5 from last week.
Note that exam 2 will cover material from 3.1 through 3.7 (including
3.7) in the Strauss book.
 3/8/2010: Suggested problems for section 3.7 are posted
below.
I have also posted solutions to quiz 5 from last week.
Note that exam 2 will cover material from 3.1 through 3.7 (including
3.7) in the Strauss book.
 3/1/2010: As we discussed in class today,
Exam 2
will be next Friday, 3/12, in class.
It will cover material from Chapter 3.
We will have a review session on Wednesday, 3/10, at 5:00 in our
regular room.
The next quiz is this week, 3/4, in your recitation section on
material from 3.4 through 3.6. See suggested problems below.
Solutions to Quiz 4 are posted below.
 2/18/2010: The next quiz will be next week: 2/25/2010.
 2/12/2010: Solutions to Quiz 3 are posted below.
 Recall that the exam on Monday covers the material in
chapters 1 and 2. Don't worry about the Continuous Compound Interest
material at the end of 2.4 for this exam.
 2/11/2010: I will post solutions to today's quiz (quiz 3)
Friday afternoon so you will have the solutions to study and will
return graded quiz 3 in class this Friday.

Note that in general I will try to post solutions to each week's
quiz late Friday afternoon so you will have the solutions to study
from. So if you need to make up a particular quiz,
you need to make it up by 5:00 p.m. Friday. After that, it's too
late. If you have a valid excuse for missing the quiz, I won't
count that particular quiz in your course grade (as long as you talk
to me about it and document your absence).
 2/8/2010: Recommended problems for 2.3 and 2.4 are posted below.
Also, it looks like room 015 is free Thursday evening, so we'll meet in our regular
room for the review session.
 2/7/2010: As was announced in class on Friday,
Exam 1 will be held in class Monday 2/15
.
 We will have a review session on Thursday 2/11
at 6:30 p.m. (in Math 015).
 Exam 1 will cover material from Chapters 1 and 2.
 2/7/2010: Solutions to Quiz 1 and Quiz 2 are posted
below.
 2/7/2010: Don't forget that you have a quiz each week in
your recitation section unless I announce otherwise.
 1/31/2010: Because of the snow days, only Section 720 took the
quiz on Thursday. Consider that quiz practice. I won't count it since
Section 721 didn't take it. We will have
a new quiz on
material from sections 1.1 to 1.3 in class this week on Wednesday,
2/3. Then
you will have your usual quiz in section on
Thursday 2/4 on material from
1.4 through 2.2. See the recommended problems below for study suggestions.
Here is a copy of last Thursday's
quiz, so
those of you in the afternoon section can see it, too. Wednesday's (2/3)
inclass quiz will be a new quiz over similar material (sections 1.1 through
1.3 of the Strauss book).
 1/22/2010: The first quiz will be given in your section on
Thursday 1/28/2010. It will be on the material covered by HW 1 and HW 2
below. That is, on material through p. 23 in the Strauss book (up to, but
not including composition of functions).

1/13/2010: First day of class.
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and recommended homework problems on this page. You should check it
frequently.
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Victoria Howle and
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