# Category Archives: WebWork Assignments

## WebWork

All old WebWork sets have been reopened. All sets are now due on Sunday night.

## Info from today’s class

(1) Don’t forget: your final exam is on Monday, December 22 at the usual time and place. Two weeks from today! (2) This week’s quiz will be your last quiz of the semester. It will cover material/problems from 4.5 L’Hopital’s … Continue reading

## Shape of Graphs Problem 3

This is just a note about notation. The function “exp” is different notation for the exponential function with base . For example exp means the same thing as .

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## Upcoming WebWork

Due Sunday, November 16: Linearization Note: for #7, convert degrees to radians. The reason for this is that the derivatives that we know for sin(x) and cos(x) are true only when x is given in radians. See Example 7 in … Continue reading

## WebWork due Sunday, November 9

The sets Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates are both due next Sunday night. By the way, I created some scatter plots that related test and quiz grades to WebWork grades, just to see if they were correlated. It’s not really … Continue reading

## WebWork – Upcoming deadlines

Due Tuesday, October 21: Derivatives-Trigonometric & Derivatives-ChainRule Due Sunday, October 26: Derivatives-Exponential-Logs & Derivatives-InverseTrig Due Tuesday, October 28: RatesofChange-HigerDeriv

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## Derivative of sin(x) link & WebWork

Here’s the link to the Desmos graph we used to convince ourselves the derivative of is in class today. Also, your next WebWork set is due next Thursday night, October 15. (Usually WebWork is not due on Thursdays, but next week there’s no … Continue reading

## WebWork — Sunday, September 28 and Tuesday, September 30

In Monday’s class we’ll finally get back to instantaneous rates of change and slopes of tangent lines. Now we know all about evaluating limits, so we won’t have to go through creating these tables of values to guess the slopes … Continue reading