Calendar

The calendar below was distributed on the first day of class.  As the semester progresses, sometimes changes take place – you can always find the most current version of the calendar here.

 

 DateTopicWeBWorKVideo Resources (click here for links to videos)Suggested Textbook Problems (not collected)
1Tuesday, 1/281. The absolute valueAbsolute Value Inequalities

Interval Notation
The absolute value

Interval notation
1.1, 1.2, 1.3 (a)-(e), 1.4 (a)-(f), 1.6, 1.7 (a)-(f)
2Thursday, 1/302. Lines and functionsLines

Functions - Intro
Functions2.1 (a)-(c), 2.3 (a)-(c), 2.5-2.8 all
3Tuesday, 2/43. Functions by formulas and graphsFunctions - Notation

Functions - Difference Quotient
Functions by formulas and graphs3.1 (a)-(b), 3.2, 3.4 (a)-(f), 3.6 (a)-(f), 3.7 (a)-(g) and (m)-(t), 3.8, 3.9
4Thursday, 2/64. Introduction to the TI-844.1, 4.2 (a), 4.3 (c)-(i), 4.6
5Tuesday, 2/115. Basic functions and transformationsFunctions - TranslationsTransformation of graphs5.1, 5.2 (a)-(f), 5.3 (a)-(d), 5.5 (a)-(e)
6Thursday, 2/136. Operations on functionsFunctions - OperationsOperations on functions6.1 (a)-(c), 6.2 (a)-(b), 6.3 (a)-(d), 6.4 (a)-(c), 6.5 (a)-(b), 6.6, 6.7
7Tuesday, 2/187. The inverse of a functionFunctions - Inverse FunctionsThe inverse of a function7.1 (a)-(c), 7.2 (a)-(f) and (l)-(p), 7.3 (a)-(c), 7.4 (a)-(c), 7.5 (a) and (d)
8Thursday, 2/20First Examination
9Tuesday, 2/258. Dividing polynomials

(8.3 Synthetic division is optional)
Polynomials - DivisionLong division

The remainder theorem
8.1 (a)-(c) and (j)-(k), 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 (a)-(d) (Optional: 8.5 (a)-(d))
10Thursday, 2/279. Graphing polynomials

(9.3 Graphing polynomials by hand is optional)
Polynomials - GraphsGraphing polynomials9.1-9.3 all, 9.4 (a)-(c), 9.5 (a)-(c) (Optional: 9.6)
11Tuesday, 3/310. Roots of polynomials

(10.1 Rational root theorem is optional)
Polynomials - Theory

Polynomials - Rational Roots
Polynomials10.2 (a)-(d), 10.3 (a)-(c), 10.4 (a)-(c) and (f)-(h), 10.5 (a)-(c) and (f)-(i) (Optional: 10.1)
12Thursday, 3/511. Rational functions

(11.2 Graphing rational functions by hand is optional)
Rational Functions - Domains

Rational Functions - Intercepts

Rational Functions - Asymptotes

Rational Functions - Comprehensive
Rational functions11.1-11.4 all
13Tuesday, 3/1012. Polynomial and rational inequalitiesPolynomials - Inequalities

Rational Functions - Inequalities
Polynomial and rational inequalities12.1 (a)-(c), 12.2 (g)-(j), 12.4 (a)-(f), 12.5
14Thursday, 3/1213. Exponential and logarithmic functionsExponential Functions - Graphs

Logarithmic Functions - Graphs
Exponential and logarithms13.1 (a)-(f), 13.2 (a)-(e), 13.4, 13.5 (a)-(b), 13.6 (a)-(h)
15Tuesday, 3/17Midterm Examination
16Thursday, 3/1914. Properties of exp and logLogarithmic Functions - Properties

Logarithmic Functions - Equations

Exponential Functions - Equations
Properties of logarithms


Exponential equations
14.1 (a)-(e), 14.2 (a)-(f), 14.3 (a)-(c) and (e), 14.4 (e)-(g), 14.5 (a)-(e)
17Tuesday, 3/2415. Applications of exp and logExponential Functions - ApplicationsApplications of exponential and logarithmic functions15.1 (a)-(b), 15.3-15.8 all
18Thursday, 3/2616. Half-life and compound interestExponential Functions - Half-life

Exponential Functions - Compound Interest
Half-life and compound interest16.1-16.7 all, 16.9 (a)-(c), 16.10 (a)-(e)
19Tuesday, 3/3117. Trigonometric functionsTrigonometry - Unit Circle

Trigonometry - Graphing Amplitude

Trigonometry - Graphing Period

Trigonometry - Graphing Phase Shift

Trigonometry - Graphing Comprehensive
Graphing trigonometric functions17.1 (a)-(d) and (g)-(h), 17.3, 17.4, 17.5 (a)-(d), 17.6 (a)-(g)
20Thursday, 4/218. Addition of angles and multiple angle formulasTrigonometry - Sum and Difference Formulas

Trigonometry - Double and Half Angle Formulas
Addition of angles and multiple angle formulas18.1 (a)-(e), 18.2 (a)-(b), 18.3 (a)-(d), 18.4 (a)-(d)
Tuesday, 4/7Wednesday Schedule
Thursday, 4/9Spring Recess
Tuesday, 4/14Spring Recess
Thursday, 4/16Spring Recess
21Tuesday, 4/2119. Inverse trigonometric functionsTrigonometry - InversesInverse trigonometric functions19.1, 19.2 (a)-(j), 19.3 (a)-(c) and (g)-(i)
22Thursday, 4/2320. Trigonometric equationsTrigonometry - EquationsTrigonometric equations20.1 (a)-(f), 20.2 (b)-(c), 20.4 (a)-(k), 20.5 (a)
23Tuesday, 4/28Third Examination
24Thursday, 4/3021. Complex numbersComplex Numbers - Operations

Complex Numbers - Magnitude

Complex Numbers - Direction

Complex Numbers - Polar Form
Complex numbers21.1 (a)-(c), 21.2 (b)-(e), 21.3 (a)-(c), 21.4 (a)-(d), 21.5 (c)-(d), 21.6 (a)-(d), 21.7 (a)-(d)
25Tuesday, 5/522. Vectors in the planeVectors - Components

Vectors - Magnitude and Direction

Vectors - Unit Vectors
Vectors in the plane22.1 (a) and (d), 22.2 (a)-(d), 22.3 (b)-(f) and (k)-(m), 22.4 (a)-(b)
26Thursday, 5/723. Sequences and seriesSequences - Arithmetic

Series - Finite Arithmetic
Sequences and series23.1 (a)-(c), 23.3 (a)-(d), 23.4 (a)-(d), 23.5 (a)-(b), 23.7 (a)-(b) and (e)-(i)
27Tuesday, 5/1224. The geometric seriesSequences - Geometric

Series - Geometric
The geometric series24.1 (a)-(d), 24.2 (a)-(c), 24.3 (a)-(b) and (e)-(i), 24.4 (c) and (f)-(i), 24.5 (a)
28Thursday, 5/1425. The binomial theoremSequences - Binomial TheoremThe binomial theorem25.1 (a) and (i)-(l), 25.2 (b), 25.3 (a)-(d), 25.4 (a)-(d), 25.5 (a)-(d), 25.6 (a)-(d)
29Tuesday, 5/19ReviewSelected final exam review questions solvedFinal Exam Review Problems
30Thursday, 5/21Final Exam