**MATH 150 - CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (for
Swokowski; my Chapters 1 and 2 are different)

Math 121 is an
easier version of Math 150. The 121 materials may help. MATH 121 HOME

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Chapters 1 and 2:
Review; Limits and Continuity (typed; last revised
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CORRECTIONS**

**Page 1.10: **Example 7 deals with the square root function, not the
squaring function. Also, -9 (instead of 9) is not in the domain of *f*.

**Page 2.1.14: **The answer (limit value) for Example 9 is 1.

**Page 2.5.8: **The last Limit Form more precisely yields 0+.

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Chapters 1 and 2
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have been moved around between sections, but it should still help.

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revised 3/5/15)

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3.8 (pdf) (typed)

Chapter 3 Review
(pdf) (typed; old 2004 file; revised 9/1/14)

Chapter 4:
Applications of Derivatives **(typed and handwritten; revised 7/4/15; 4.1-4.3 revised)**

Chapter 5: Integrals (handwritten)

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CORRECTIONS**

**Section 5.2,
last example: **In the line with the
last integral sign, replace Ò+ CÓ with Òdu.Ó

Chapter 6:
Applications of Integrals (handwritten)

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Part 2 (pdf) (typed) É

Section
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Chapter 7: Logarithmic
and Exponential Functions (handwritten)

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Chapter 8: Inverse Trigonometric
and Hyperbolic Functions (handwritten) (plus
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Outline (for final preparation; handed out in class) (revised
8/7/12)

Chapter 3
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Section
4.6 on Optimization (print for yourself)

** ¥ Syllabus (Spring 2017): **Syllabus

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SPRING 2017***:**

Exercises for
Chapters 1 and 2 É Instructions
É Answers
É (revised 1/13/14)

¥ Precalculus
review; Limits and Continuity

Exercises for
Chapter 3 É Answers
É (revised 9/2/13)

¥ Derivatives

Exercises for
Chapter 4 É Answers
É (revised 9/26/16)

¥ Applications of
Derivatives; Graphing

Exercises for
Chapter 5 É Answers
É (revised 3/21/16)

¥ Integrals

Exercises for
Chapter 6 É Answers
É (revised 4/20/14)

¥ Applications of
Integrals; Geometry

Exercises for
Chapter 7 É Answers
É (revised 11/18/13)

¥ Logarithmic and
Exponential Functions

Exercises for
Chapter 8 É Instructions
É Answers É (revised 12/2/12)

¥ Inverse
Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions

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OLD ASSIGNMENTS FROM FALL 2016 (MAY BE UPDATED FOR SPRING 2017):*

**¥ Old Swokowski
Homework Assignments (Spring 2009) – DONÕT TURN THESE IN!**

Just for your
reference, here are the HW assignments I assigned from the classic Swokowski
text in previous semesters.

(Chs.1,2) É (Ch. 3) É (Ch. 4) É (Ch. 5) É (Ch. 6) É (Ch. 7) É

(Ch. 8)
(10-point extra credit HW + Final info)

*¥ Old Exams and Solutions
(Fall 2016)*

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different.

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Quiz (Chs. 1,2) --- Solutions (1 hour
and 30 minutes)

¥ Precalculus
review; Limits and Continuity

Quiz (Ch. 3) --- Solutions (1 hour and 30
minutes)

¥ Derivatives

Quiz (Ch. 4) --- Solutions (1 hour and 45
minutes)

¥ Applications of
Derivatives; Graphing

Quiz (Ch. 5) --- Solutions (1 hour and 45
minutes)

¥ Integrals

Quiz (Ch. 6) --- Solutions (1 hour and 35
minutes)

¥ Applications of
Integrals; Geometry

Quiz (Ch. 7) --- Solutions (1 hour and 20
minutes)

¥ Logarithmic and
Exponential Functions

Final ... Solutions (Part 1:
30 minutes; Part 2: 1 hour and 45 minutes)

¥ (Comprehensive)

¥ Includes Chapter
8: Inverse Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions

*¥ Current Exams and Solutions
(Spring 2017)*

Quiz (Chs. 1,2) --- Solutions (1 hour
and 30 minutes)

¥ Precalculus
review; Limits and Continuity

Quiz (Ch. 3) --- Solutions (1 hour and 30
minutes)

¥ Derivatives

Quiz (Ch. 4) --- Solutions (1 hour and 45
minutes)

¥ Applications of
Derivatives; Graphing

Quiz (Ch. 5) --- Solutions (1 hour and 45
minutes)

¥ Integrals

Quiz (Ch. 6) --- Solutions (1 hour and 35
minutes)

¥ Applications of
Integrals; Geometry

Quiz (Ch. 7) --- Solutions (1 hour and 20
minutes)

¥ Logarithmic and
Exponential Functions

Final ... Solutions (Part 1:
30 minutes; Part 2: 1 hour and 45 minutes)

¥ (Comprehensive)

¥ Includes Chapter
8: Inverse Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions

¥ Exams and
solutions will be posted about a week after you take them.

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