**Disclaimer:** The list of topics and due date for each assignment is
tentative and will be updated as the semester progresses.

**Homework guidelines:** Each assignment is to be stapled in the upper left.
At the top of the first page, write the assignment number (e.g., "Homework 3").
In the upper right hand corner of the first page, please write your name,
course and discussion section number (e.g. MATH 2423 - 011 if you're in
discussion section 11). Occasionally homeworks may get lost, and
this helps them find their way home.

Unless stated otherwise, each homework is due at the *beginning*
of lecture on the date listed (usually a Friday).

Solutions should appear in the order the questions are listed on the homework, with any bonus questions at the end. If for some reason you put them out of order, please make appropriate notes to redirect the grader. The assignment is to be written legibly and in complete sentences. You will be graded not only on your final answer, but also on your explanation and justification of it. Your arguments should be clear and logically correct. Justify each step. Cite theorems and results when it is not obvious what you are using. You may use my solutions to examples in class as a guide. The general principle is: you want to convince the grader you completely understand how to solve it; present your solution as if you were teaching a classmate who didn't know how to solve the problem.

**Policies**:
Turning in an assignment means that, to the best of your knowledge and ability, you honestly abided by the following. Unless stated otherwise,
you may not use calculators, computers, etc (including the web),
other texts or solutions manuals to find the answers; however you are allowed
to use these resources to check your answers before submission. Collaboration
is allowed, and even encouraged, though you should earnestly try to solve each
problem on your own before learning from someone else.
However, you must write up (not copy) your solutions by yourself, in your own
words. If in doubt on the policies, please ask.
*Late homework is not accepted*, except in extenuating circumstances
at the discretion of the instructor.

Assignment | Topics | Problems | Due |

Homework 1 | Review | Ch 1 Review (pp 95-6): 6, 19, 30 Ch 2 Review (pp 191-3): 10, 14, 16, 20 Ch 3 Review (pp 276-8): 16, 53, 56, 59, 60 | Fri Aug 28 |

Homework 2 | Area and Integrals | Sec 4.1: 1, 4, 24, 25 Sec 4.2: 5, 21, 23, 27, 28 | Fri Sep 4 |

Homework 3 | Fundamental Theorem, Indefinite Integrals | Sec 4.3: 1, 4, 5, 8, 20, 23, 32, 42 Sec 4.4: 1, 2, 50, 56 | Fri Sep 11 |

Homework 4 | Substitution | Sec 4.5: 1, 3, 8, 13, 15, 28, 37, 38, 63, 65, 66 Bonus - Sec 4.5: 85 | Fri Sep 18 |

Homework 5 | Area, Volume | Sec 5.1: 4, 14, 22, 28, 29 Sec 5.2: 4, 16, 21, 22, 49, 50 Bonus - Sec 5.2: 61, 64 | Fri Sep 25 |

Exam 1 | Ch 4, 5 | Fri Oct 2 | |

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Homework ? | Bonus Assignment (all problems are bonus problems; limit: 2 per person) |
pp. 376-377 (Applied Projects): 1, 2 pp. 380-381 (Problems Plus): 4, 10 | Mon Oct 12 |

Homework 6 | Inverses and Trig Functions | Sec 6.1: 28, 36, 50 Sec 6.6: 1, 11, 12, 22, 24, 62, 64, 66, 71 Bonus - Sec 6.6: 48 | Fri Oct 16 |

Homework 7 | Exponentials and Logarithms | Sec 6.2: 32, 41, 60, 79, 88 Sec 6.3: 10, 13, 28, 65 Sec 6.4: 2, 5, 6, 74, 76, 90, 83 Bonus - Sec 6.3: 74 | Fri Oct 23 |

Homework 8 | Log Diff, Hospital, Int by Parts | Sec 6.4: 46, 50 Sec 6.8: 9, 17, 44, 51, 61 Sec 7.1: 9, 10, 15, 18, 20, 62, 64 Bonus - Sec 7.1: 72 | Fri Oct 30 |

Homework 9 | Trignometric Integrals | Sec 7.2: 2, 7, 16, 22, 28, 33, 44, 56, 62, 63 | Fri Nov 6 |

Homework 10 | Trig Substituion, Partial Fractions | Sec 7.3: 1, 10, 14, 22, 29 Sec 7.4: 8, 24, 25, 27, 45 Sec 7.8: 6, 13 Bonus: Do Sec 7.4: 59 and use it to reprove the formula on p. 499 for the integral of sec x
| Fri Nov 13 |

Exam 2 | Ch 6, 7 | Fri Nov 20 | |

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Homework 11 | Arc Length, Surface Area | Download now! | Fri Dec 4 |

Homework 12 | Differential Equations, Review | Download now! | Fri Dec 11 |

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