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Math 111: Handouts

 

Below is a list, from oldest to newest, of all handouts from class. 

 

  • If you missed the first day of class (or came in late), please fill out this questionnaire and return it to me as soon as possible.
  • Here are some examples that we went over on Wednesday, April 2 when discussing rates of change (section 1.2).  And here are the solutions.
  • Here are some examples that we went over on Thursday, April 3 when discussing linear functions (section 1.3).  And here are the solutions.
  • Here is the handout on Inputs and Outputs (section 2.1) from Tuesday, April 8.  And here are the solutions.
  • Here are the composition examples (section 2.4) that we went over in class on Friday, April 11.  
  • Here are the numerical examples of linear and exponential functions (section 4.2) we went over in class on Thursday and Friday, April 24 and 25.  And here are the solutions.
  • Here is the Compounding Interest handout (section 4.4) that we worked on in class on Wednesday, April 30.  And here are the solutions.
  • Here is the handout from 5/7 and 5/8 on applications of log functions (section 5.3) that covers acidity (pH), noise level (dB) and earthquake magnitudes (Richter scale).  And here are the solutions.
  • Here is a handout going over the four money formulas discussed in class (the compound interest formula, the continuously compounding interest formula, the annuity formula and the present value of an annuity formula).  It gives an overview of the formulas including how and when to use them.
  • Here is the fill-in-the-blank handout on transformations (sections 6.1 - 6.5 FOB) that we will be using in class for a while.  
  • Here is the handout on graphically combining functions (section 10.3) from Tuesday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 28.  And here are the solutions.
  • Here is a step-by-step description of how to graph polynomial functions (sections 11.2 and 11.3).  And here is a step-by-step description of how to graph rational functions (sections 11.4 and 11.5).

 

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