# Monthly Archives: March 2014

## Muai Thai Kick!

Almost forgot to post this, Team (4): Izzy A, Andrew M, and Darren G and Gabriel. We talked about doing a calculus based project on a Maui Thai Roundhouse kick (Martial Arts- K1 Kickboxing). Still have to figure out the … Continue reading

Just a reminder…. WebWork sets due tonight: Rates of change and higher derivatives Related rates Implicit differentiation 2. WebWork set due Sunday night: Linear approximation 3. Extra-credit test grades emailed to me by Sunday night. 4. Group project groups and … Continue reading

## Test #1- Solutions and grading

Below, I’ll link to a scan of my own solutions for your test. They’re not super detailed, but this paper would have received full credit (but if you catch an error, uh, let me know). You can use these to … Continue reading

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## RatesofChange-HigherDeriv #12

What does that mean? with the a.b,c? i treated them as constant but it does not work

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## WebWork Related Rates #8 – hint

(Try not to read this hint unless you’ve already attempted the problem.) Everyone’s numbers for this problem might be different, but the main ideas will be the same. You have an upside-down cone and water is flowing in and out … Continue reading

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## Today’s missed class – reading and exerices

It seems I’ve mostly recovered from whatever was making me feel bad this morning. Thanks for your well-wishes and sorry you had to wake up early today for nothing! I hope you’re all working hard on your take-home tests and … Continue reading

## WebWork for next week

Third post of the day! Since I expect many of you will be working on test #1, round 2 for Monday…. There will be no written homework component this week. WebWork will be due Tuesday night instead of Sunday night. … Continue reading

## Group Projects – preliminary ideas

The timeline for the group projects will be laid out for you soon, but we should figure out two things as soon as we can: Who’s in what group? What’s that group’s topic? I just posted preliminary topic ideas and … Continue reading