• Welcome to College Calculus!
    *There is no summer assignment for College Calculus*

    Supplies you will need:

    • 3-ring binder divided into 2 sections:
      1.) notes & handouts   2.) homework
    • loose leaf for binder
    • pens and pencils
    • graphing calculator (TI-84 plus recommended)

      EXTRA HELP will be given Wednesdays after school.

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    College Calculus Homework Assignments
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    TUES 9/5
    Welcome to College Calculus
    Please join Google classroom (use code p7xsdtn)
    HW:  get syllabus signed
            get calculator lending agreement form signed if you do not already have a
            graphing calculator
            get supplies
            leave textbook at home

    WED 9/6
    Calculus Readiness Test - complete questions #1-3
    HW:  finish Calculus Readiness Test questions #1-3
            check answers
      
     
    THURS 9/7
    Calculus Readiness Test - complete questions #4-10
    HW:  finish Calculus Readiness Test questions #4-10
            check answers
     
    FRI 9/8
    Information about Syracuse University credits for MAT 295
    Mastery Objective #0 - Students will be able to understand basic concepts involving fractions
    HW:  handout  
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    MON 9/11
    Mastery Objective #1 - Students will review the properties of exponents and be able to apply them
    HW:  p.xxiv-xxv (diagnostic test A)  #1, 2bc, 3abde
            check answers
     
    TUES 9/12
    Mastery Objective #2 - Students will be able to solve polynomial equations by factoring
    HW: p.xxiv-xxv (diagnostic test A) #4, 8abcde

    WED 9/13
    Mastery Objective #3 - Students will be able to simplify fractions
    HW:  p.xxiv (diagnostic test A) #5
             check answers
     
    THURS 9/14
    Practice Handout:  Factoring
    HW:  none


    FRI 9/15
    Read "Preview:  What Is Calculus" and answer the assigned questions
    HW:  none

     
    *Online registration for Syracuse credits for MAT 295 must be completed before Sept 22 (http://pass.supa.syr.edu)*
    *First test will be Thurs, Sept 28   on Mastery Objectives #0-7.  Calculators will NOT be permitted!*
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    MON 9/18
    Mastery Objective #4 - Students will be able to simplify expressions containing radicals
    HW:  p.xxiv-xxv (diagnostic test A) #2a, 3c, 6, 8g
             check answers
     
    TUES 9/19
    Mastery Objective #5 - Students will be able to solve inequalities
    HW:  p.xxv (diagnostic test A) #9abce
             check answers
     
     
    WED 9/20
    Mastery Objective #6 - Students will be able to work with absolute value
    HW:  handout

    THURS 9/21
    Mastery Objective #6 - continued
    HW:  handout
     
    FRI 9/22
    *Online registration portal for Syracuse credits for MAT 295 closes today! (http://pass.supa.syr.edu)*    
    Practice with M.O. #6
    HW:  finish practice handout

    *First test will be Thurs, Sept 28 on Mastery Objectives #0-7.  Calculators will NOT be permitted!* __________________________________________________________________________________
    TUES 9/26
    Mastery Objective #7 - Students will be able to write the equation of a line
    HW:  handout

    WED 9/27
    Review of M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  practice/study for test
     

    THURS 9/28
    Test on M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  none

    FRI 9/29
    M.O. #8 - Students will be able to sketch the graph of a polynomial function
    HW:  handout
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    MON 10/2
    M.O. #9 - Students will be able to sketch the graph of a rational function
    HW:  handout

    TUES 10/3
    M.O. #10 - Students will be able to sketch the graphs of functions using transformations
    HW:  handout
     
    WED 10/4
    M.O. #11 - Students will be able to evaluate functions
    HW:  notes handout #2-18 even

    THURS 10/5
    M.O. #12 - Students will be able to find the domain and range of a function
    HW:  handout
     
    FRI 10/6
    Practice with M.O. #12
    HW:  finish practice handout
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    TUES 10/10
    M.O. #13 - Students will be able to find the values of trigonometric functions
    HW:  handout (only problems #1-11)
     
    WED 10/11
    PSAT and SAT
    (classes not in session)
     
    THURS 10/12
    M.O. #13 - continued
    HW:  handout (only problems #12-17)
     
    FRI 10/13
    M.O. #14 - Students will be able to sketch the graphs of trigonometric functions
    HW:  handout
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    MON 10/16
    Review of M.O.'s #8-14
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    TUES 10/17
    Test on M.O.'s #8-14
    HW:  none

    WED 10/18
    M.O. #15 - Students will understand the concept of a limit and be able to evaluate limits graphically
    HW:  handout 
     
    THURS 10/19
    M.O. #16 - Students will be able to evaluate limits algebraically
    HW:  handout  

    FRI 10/20
    M.O. #16 - continued
    HW:  p.107 #11, 14, 15, 18, 20, 24, 25, 26, 28 
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    MON 10/23
    M.O. #16 - continued
    HW:  p.107 #21, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30, 39, 40 
     
    TUES 10/24
    M.O. #16 - continued
    HW:  p.196 #39, 40, 42, 46, 47
     
    WED 10/25
    M.O. #17 - Students will be able to evaluate limits of the indeterminate form #/0
    HW:  p.98 #25, 26, 27, 28, 32
     
    THURS 10/26
    M.O. #18 - Students will be able to evaluate limits at infinity algebraically
    HW:  
    handout
     
    FRI 10/27
    M.O. #18 - continued
    HW:  p.141 #18, 20, 21, 22, 29, 32
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    MON 10/30
    Practice with Limits
    HW:  finish practice handout

    TUES 10/31
    *HAPPY HALLOWEEN!*  
    Summary of Limits
    Practice for Test #1-3
    HW:  complete practice questions #1-15
     
    WED 11/1
    Practice for Test #1-3 (continued)
    HW:  complete practice questions #16-31
             practice/study for test  
     
    THURS 11/2
    Test on M.O.'s #15-18 (calculators NOT permitted)
    HW:  none
     
     
    FRI 11/3
    M.O. #19 - Students will be able to justify when a function is or is not continuous
    HW:  handout
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    MON 11/6
    M.O. #20 - Students will execute the Squeeze Law to evaluate limits
    HW:  p.107 #36, 37 

    WED 11/8
    M.O. #21 - Students will be able to apply the Intermediate Value Theorem
    HW:  p.129 #47, 48 
     
    THURS 11/9
    M.O. #22 - Students will be introduced to the concept of a derivative
    HW:  none
     
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    MON 11/13
    M.O. #23 - Students will evaluate derivatives using the definition of the derivative
    HW:  p.163 #21, 25, 27   
      
     
    TUES 11/14
    Review of M.O.'s #19-23
    HW:  study/practice for test 
     
    WED 11/15
    *Signed Syracuse drop forms due TODAY!*
    Test on M.O.'s #19-23
    HW:  none  

    THURS 11/16
    M.O. #24 - Students will be able to represent the derivative of a function graphically
    HW:  handout  
     
    FRI 11/17
    M.O. #25 - Students will be able to evaluate derivatives using the power rule
    HW:  handout
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    MON 11/20
    M.O. #26 - Students will be able to differentiate a product
    HW:  p.187-188 #9, 10, 11, 44b
     
    TUES 11/21
    M.O. #27 - Students will be able to differentiate a quotient
    HW:  p.187-188 #7, 8, 14, 44c
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    *HAVE A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING!*
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    MON 11/27
    M.O. #28 - Students will be able to differentiate trigonometric functions
    HW:  handout
     
    TUES 11/28
    M.O. #29 - Students will be able to use the Chain Rule when finding a derivative
    HW:  handout

    WED 11/29
    Practice with Derivatives
    HW:  finish practice handout
             practice/study for test

    THURS 11/20
    Review of M.O.'s #24-29
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    FRI 12/1
    Test on M.O.'s #24-29
    HW:  none
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    MON 12/4
    M.O. #30 - Students will be able to find higher order derivatives
    HW:  handout
     

    TUES 12/5
    M.O. #31 - Students will be able to differentiate implicitly
    HW:  p.213-214 #5, 11, 26, 33
     

    WED 12/6
    M.O. #32 - Students will be able to solve problems involving inverse trigonometric functions
    HW:  p.72 #59-63 (part b only)
     
    THURS 12/7
    M.O. #33 - Students will be able to differentiate inverse trigonometric functions
    HW:  p.
    214 #45, 47, 49  

    FRI 12/8
    M.O. #34 - Students will be able to differentiate the natural exponential and logarithmic functions
    HW:  p.181 #12, 32
             p.204 #22, 54
             p.220 #2, 8, 24 
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    MON 12/11
    M.O. #35 - Students will be able to differentiate functions using logs
    HW:  p.220 #37, 40, 43, 44
     
    TUES 12/12
    M.O. #36 - Students will be able to solve problems involving related rates
    HW:  p.245 #4, 6
     
    WED 12/13
    M.O. #36 - continued
    HW:  p.245 #5, 11
     
    THURS 12/14
    M.O. #36 - continued
    HW:  handout
     
    FRI 12/15
    M.O. #37 - Students will be able to use linear approximation to approximate difficult computations
    HW:  p.252 #2, 4, 23, 27, 28  
     
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    MON 12/18
    M.O. #38 - Students will be able to use differentials to estimate a change in y when given a change in x
    HW:  p.252 #15, 17, 33, 34
     
    TUES 12/19
    Review of M.O.'s #30-38
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    WED 12/20
    Review of M.O.'s #30-38
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    THURS 12/21
    Test on M.O.'s #30-38
    HW:  none

    FRI 12/22
    period 3 - holiday concert
    period 5 - go over test
    HW:  none
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    *HAVE A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY BREAK!*
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    TUES 1/2
    M.O. #39 - Students will be able to determine the minimum and maximum values of a function
    HW:  handout  
     
    WED 1/3
    M.O. #40 - Students will be able to solve applied maximum and minimum problems
    HW:  p.328 #9, 10 (on handout)  
     
    THURS 1/4
    M.O. #40 - continued
    HW:  p.328 #2, 5
      
    FRI 1/5
    Practice with M.O. #40
    HW:  finish practice handout
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    MON 1/8
    M.O. #41 - Students will be able to apply the Mean Value Theorem
    HW:  p.286 #11, 12, 14
     
    TUES 1/9
    M.O. #42 - Students will be able to apply some consequences of the Mean Value Theorem
    HW:  handout
     
     
    WED 1/10
    M.O. #43 - Students will be able to use the first derivative test to find the coordinates of the local extrema of a function
    HW:  handout
     
     
    THURS 1/11
    Review of M.O.'s #39-43
    HW:  study/practice for test

    FRI 1/12
    Test on M.O.'s #39-43
    HW:  none   
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    TUES 1/16
    Review for Midterm Exam
    HW:  practice/study for Midterm Exam  
     
    WED 1/17
    Review for Midterm Exam
    HW:  practice/study for Midterm Exam

    THURS 1/18
    Review for Midterm Exam
    HW:  practice/study for Midterm Exam  
     
    FRI 1/19
    Review for Midterm Exam
    HW:  practice/study for Midterm Exam  
     
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    MON 1/22
    Review for Midterm Exam
    HW:  practice/study for Midterm Exam 

    TUES 1/23 - FRI 1/26
    Midterm Exams

    The College Calculus Midterm Exam will be on Friday, January 26.
    7:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
    Period 3 - Room 343
    Period 5 - Room 349 
    *If you receive testing accommodations go to room 213.*
    Please bring pencils, pens, and non-graphing calculator.
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    MON 1/29
    Mastery Objective #44 - Students will be able to determine the concavity of a function
    HW:  handout
     
     
    TUES 1/30
    Mastery Objective #45 - Students will be able to use the second derivative test to find the relative extrema of a function
    HW:  handout
     
     
    WED 1/31
    Handout:  Introduction to M.O.'s #46 and #47
    HW:  work on handout
     
     
    THURS 2/1
    Handout:  Introduction to M.O.'s #46 and #47 (continued)
    HW:  finish handout
     
    FRI 2/2
    Mastery Objective #46 - Students will be able to graph polynomials using the first and second derivatives
    HW:  handout
     
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    MON 2/5
    Mastery Objective #47 - Students will be able to graph rational functions using the first and second derivatives
    HW:  handout
     
    TUES 2/6
    Practice with M.O. #47
    HW:  handout
             
    WED 2/7
    Review of M.O.'s #44-47
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    THURS 2/8
    Test on M.O.'s #44-47
    HW:  none
     
    FRI 2/9
    Practice Handout:  Limits
    HW:  finish practice handout
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    MON 2/12
    Practice Handout:  Limits
    HW:  finish practice handout


    TUES 2/13
    SNOW DAY!

    WED 2/14
    Mastery Objective #48 - Students will be able to evaluate limits using L'Hospital's Rule
    HW:  handout
     
    THURS 2/15
    Mastery Objective #48 - continued
    HW:  handout
     
    FRI 2/16
    Mastery Objective #48 - continued
    HW:  p.305 #53, 55

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    *HAVE A GREAT WINTER BREAK!*
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    MON 2/26
    Practice with M.O. #48
    HW:  finish handout


    TUES 2/27
    Practice with M.O. #48
    HW:  finish handout


    WED 2/28
    Mastery Objective #49 - Students will be able to relate position, velocity, and acceleration
    HW:  handout
     
    THURS 2/29
    Mastery Objective #50 - Students will learn the concept of an antiderivative
    HW:  handout
     
    FRI 3/1
    Mastery Objective #50 - continued
    HW:  handout
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    MON 3/4
    Mastery Objective #51 - Students will be able to solve initial value problems
    HW:  handout

    TUES 3/5
    Mastery Objective #52 - Students will be able to solve motion problems
    HW:  handout
     
    WED 3/6
    Mastery Objective #53 - Students will be able to solve vertical motion problems

    HW:  handout
     
    THURS 3/7
    Review of M.O.'s #48-53
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    FRI 3/8
    Test on M.O.'s #48-53
    HW:  none
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    MON 3/11

    TUES 3/12

    WED 3/13
    Prof. Pawel visits from Syracuse University
    HW:  none

    THURS 4/14

    FRI 3/15
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    M.O. #54 - Students will be able to evaluate sums
    HW:  handout


    M.O. #55 - Students will be able to express sums using sigma notation
    HW:  handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #56 - Students will be able to find a Riemann sum
    HW:  none
     
     
    Mastery Objective #56 - continued 
    HW:  none
     
     
    Work on HW handout for M.O. #56
    HW:  finish handout
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    Mastery Objective #56 - continued 
    HW:  none
     
     
    Mastery Objective #56 - continued 
    HW:  handout
             *bring in graphing calculator*


    Mastery Objective #56 - continued 
    HW:  handout
     
     
    Practice with Riemann Sums
    HW:  finish practice handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #57 - Students will be able to use sums to find the exact area under a curve 
    HW:  handout
     
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    Mastery Objective #58 - Students will be introduced to the definite integral
    HW:  handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #59 - Students will learn the properties of the definite integral
    HW:  p.378 #42, 43, 47, 48, 49, 55 (use property #9) 
             
     
    Review of M.O.'s #54-59
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
     
    Test on M.O.'s #54-59
    HW:  none
     
     
    Practice:  Indefinite Integrals
    HW:  finish handout
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    Mastery Objective #60 - Students will be able to use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to evaluate definite integrals
    HW:  p.388 #19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 35, 40  
     
    Mastery Objective #61 - Students will be able to use substitution when integrating
    HW:  handout
     
    Mastery Objective #62 - Students will be able to use substitution when integrating with the option of changing the variable
    HW:  p.407 #52, 53, 54, 58, 61
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    *HAVE A WONDERFUL SPRING BREAK!*
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    Practice:  Definite Integrals
    HW:  finish handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #63 - Students will be able to find the area under curves using definite integrals
    HW:  handout
     
    Mastery Objective #63 - continued
    HW:  handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #64 - Students will be able to find the area between curves using definite integrals
    HW:  p.420 #1, 5, 12
             
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    Mastery Objective #64 - continued
    HW:  handout  


    Practice with M.O. #64
    HW:  finish handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #65 - Students will be able to use the Midpoint Rule to approximate a definite integral
    HW:  handout
              
     
    Mastery Objective #66 - Students will be able to use the Trapezoidal Rule to approximate a definite integral
    HW:  handout
     
     
    Mastery Objective #67 - Students will be able to use Simpson's Rule to approximate a definite integral
    HW:  handout
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    Practice with M.O.'s #65-67
    HW:  finish handout
     

    Review of M.O.'s #60-67
     
    HW:  study/practice for test
     

    Test on M.O.'s #60-67 
    HW:  none
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    Mastery Objective #68 - Students will be able to find the volume of a solid of revolution by the method of cross-sections
    HW:  handout
     

    Mastery Objective #68 - continued
    HW:  handout 
     
    Practice with M.O. #68
    HW:  finish practice handout
     
    Mastery Objective #69 - Students will be able to find the volume of a solid of revolution by the method of cylindrical shells
    HW:  handout
     
    Mastery Objective #69 - continued
    HW:  handout
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    Practice with M.O. #69
    HW:  finish practice handout
     
    Review of M.O.'s #68-69
    HW:  study/practice for test
     

    Test on M.O.'s #68-69
    HW:  none

    Mastery Objective #70 - Students will be able to calculate arc length
    HW:  handout 
     
    Mastery Objective #71 - Students will be able to calculate surface area
    HW:  handout 
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    Mastery Objective #72 - Students will be able to calculate the average value of a function
    HW:  p.445 #1-5  
     
    Mastery Objective #73 - Students will be able to solve work problems
    HW:  handout 
     

    Review of M.O.'s #70-73
    HW:  practice/study for the test 
     

    Test on M.O.'s #70-73
    HW:  none 
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    Final Exam Info
    Final Exam Review #1
    HW:  finish Final Exam Review #1  
     

    Final Exam Review #2
    HW:  finish Final Exam Review #2

    Final Exam Review #3
    HW:  finish Final Exam Review #3 
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    Final Exam Review #4
    HW:  finish Final Exam Review #4
     

    Last day of review
    HW:  practice/study for the final exam  


    Final Exam Part I
    HW:  practice/study for Final Exam Part II

    Final Exam Part II
    HW:  bring in textbooks and calculators
             complete the online survey for MAT 295 by June 24 (follow instructions that were emailed to you, or go to https://supa.syr.edu/course-feedback)


    Go over Final Exam
    Final Grades
    HW:  bring in textbooks and calculators
             complete the online survey for MAT 295 by June 24 (follow instructions that were emailed to you, or go to https://supa.syr.edu/course-feedback)      
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    Go over Final Exam
    Final Grades
    HW:  bring in textbooks and calculators
             complete the online survey for MAT 295 by June 24 (follow instructions that were emailed to you, or go to https://supa.syr.edu/course-feedback)                


    Senior Day
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    CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS!!!  
    You should be very proud of all of your hard work this year - YOU DID IT!!  
    Have a fun, safe, and relaxing summer.  Keep in touch!
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    How do I request my transcript from Syracuse University?
    Go to supa.syr.edu/transcripts and follow all directions.
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