Quiz 6.

Select something to work on: Create a Video for Thursday or Review for Final Exam, or the study guide

1. Differential Equations in Maple Part 2 (11.1-11.4). Note that I'll put up solutions this afternoon. The last quiz is tomorrow.

2. If you didn't complete CoursEval last week during Monday's lab, or the paper feedback from class Thursday, please do so.

3. If you finish early then you can work on (and I'm happy to help)

-review for tomorrow's quiz on Chapter 11,

-Create a Video for Thursday,

-any unfinished Wiley assignments you want credit for (I'll collate them for the last time on Thursday, but the system will still be open for optional exam problems)

-or the study guide for the final exam

Finish the last 4 clicker questions on 11.1-11.4 Testing Differential Equations and Slope Fields, continue Applications,

Animated Short Story-Differential Equations spot the error

Evaluations, Group Work Target Practice

Continue 11.1-11.4 Testing Differential Equations and Slope Fields. [stopped after the clicker question with P in it]

1. Differential Equations in Maple Part 1 (11.1 and 11.2)

2. CoursEval (if you don't have time for this today, you can complete it next week in lab)

Note that I'll put up solutions this afternoon. Wiley is due tomorrow.

1. Review (or watch the video if the university cancels class)

2. Finish 10.3 and 10.4 Finding and Using Taylor Series and Error Bounds slides and clickers.

3. Find the Lagrange error/Taylor inequality of using the degree 3 Taylor polynomial of ln(2x) centered about 1 on the interval [1,2]. Show work on why the natural error bound using the last formula on series theorems sheet is .25

4. Work on 10.3 Group Work Target Practice

5. Begin 11.1 and 11.2 Testing Differential Equations and Slope Fields [up through 1. on the "Math Electrician" slide]

6. Mention paper homework due on Monday

geometric series animated

10.3 and 10.4 Finding and Using Taylor Series and Error Bounds slides and clickers through the clicker questions

Taylor series animation for a product. Discuss the animation using substitution and multiplication.

Hand out 10.3 Group Work Target Practice

1. Taylor in Maple Part 1 (10.1 and 10.2)

2. Taylor series animation for sin(x) about 0

3. Resume Maple worksheet--continue at "Taylor polynomials for sin(x) about 1."

4. Taylor series animation for arctan(x)

Finish 10.1 & 10.2 Taylor Polynomial and Series slides and clickers

Taylor series animation for e^x x^n/n! = 1+ x +... and radius of infinity

Last slide of 9.5 Power Series

10.1 & 10.2 Taylor Polynomial and Series slides and clickers

9.5 Power Series

modified learning environment

Begin the first slide of 9.5 Power Series

9.2-9.4 series tests review

review for test 2, review worksheet. Mention the study guide.

1. Go through 9.2 and 9.3 review and the first four series theorems and ask me any questions

2. Continue with the worksheet and work with your neighbors. I'll link up full solutions to the worksheet about what series theorems apply and why, and what doesn't and why by 1:30pm.

3. If time remains, review for the quiz tomorrow on 9.1-9.3, or study for the test next Monday on Chapter 8 and 9.1-9.3. I have upcoming office hours and Zooms to help.

9.2 and 9.3 review

Wiley solutions

Continue 9.3 partial sums, terms not going to 0, linearity, integral test

George Berkeley

pi-day

geometric versus p-series

Some comics we didn't get to that could convert to series: time out and thesis corrections

last slide on 9.2 Geometric Series Activities

Pyramid and upside down pyramid, ASULearn posting, problem solving

9.3 partial sums, terms not going to 0, linearity, integral test, Begin the worksheet.

1. 9.2 Geometric Series Activities

2. ASULearn reflection on Chapter 8. Look for the "10/15 reflection during lab"

3. Look at ASULearn whole class forum post on Quiz 2--similar problems and solutions.

4. Take a look at the pictures I have on the front board from Quiz 2 and how the definition of the variable comes in.

5. If time remains, work on Wiley for tomorrow.

6. I'm happy to help you during lab or in office hours. For instance I have lots of hours this afternoon from 12:50-3:50 in #326 and can talk to you about Wiley due tomorrow, exam 1, quizzes or anything else!

9.1 Sequences slides and clicker

Begin 9.2. First slide of 9.2 Series, Geometric slides and clicker and Zeno's Paradox

1. 9.1 Intro in Maple Open Maple. When you first launch it, there are icons. After choosing the calculus icon, at the bottom of the list open the sequences applet. (If that doesn't work, you can open it from here).

2. Continue Chapter 8 group work target practice and compare with solutions.

Go over paper homework. 8.5 Work slides and clickers, group work, instructions for Tuesday

8.4 Density slides and clickers, traffic density worksheet

8.5 Work slides and clickers, practice sheet,

1. Continue 8.1 and 8.2 Group Work target practice.

8.2 Volumes (Revolutions) and Arc Length slides and clicker. Visualization in Maple.

Finish 8.1. Slice and Conquer slides and clicker.

cone comic, pizza volume,

Begin 8.1 and 8.2 Group Work target practice.

Begin 8.1. Slice and Conquer slides and clicker. Area. Ellipse and importance in astrophysics and marine biology, as just 2 examples. volume of a cylinder on its side, cone.

practice sheets 8.1, practice sheet 8.2, rocket science, productive failure

7.5 Maple worksheet, 7.5 Individual Work and Group Work. .

Most (but not all) of the exam will be phrased as one of two types of instructions as listed on the sample instructions

quiz 1. I'll scan your quiz and attach it to the private forum for you with feedback.

more review, advice from prior students.

Clicker question, History and what method, Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning, practicing correctly, quiz 1 instructions

Begin 7.5 Numerical Approximations and clicker, Group work target practice, partial

7.6 Group Target Practice

1) Download and open the Plotting in Maple worksheet and answer the questions in your notes.

2) Download and open the 7.4, 7.6 Maple worksheet and answer the questions in your notes.

primer, and how the integral of csc^2 came up in the last 2 Wiley Part 1.

Each odd person moves +4 (mod class size). Continue with group work practice Partial #1 and Trig #2.

Continue with clicker questions.

7.4 Integration by Trig Substitution slides and clickers,

primer, continue 7.4 group work. Note that you'll need various trig formulas like the integral of csc^2 or the double angle formulas at times in WileyPlus.

7.4 Partial Fraction Group Target Practice, 7.4 Trig Substitution Group work Target Practice

1) Share your first name and last initial with me and ask me any questions as I make my way around the room. I'll continue to circle around throughout the lab.

2) Go through the Maple worksheet on substitution and parts and answer any questions on paper.

3) Go through the lab slides on substitution and parts and answer any questions on paper.

4) Look at the paper homework instructions for tomorrow to see where you will stop (i.e. you won't continue to fully compute the integral). The problems to turn in at the start of class on paper are Homework Review Exercises p. 408 19 and 20. Also due is to review (but not turn in) 7.2 problems in the book, an ASULearn posting, and an ASULearn picture, all as on the main webpage

5) If there is time left in lab and you have already completed the above (including showing me your responses to questions) then you may leave (you may also stay and work during the remaining time).

89 on Part 1 and 50 on Part 2: .91*89 + .09*50=85.49 rounds up to the nearest 5 as 90

7.2 slides and clicker (Integration by Parts)

Intro to Maple for clicker 1

Int(x^2*exp(x^3),x); int(x^2*exp(x^3),x);

Int(x*sin(x),x);int(x*sin(x),x);

visualization

Group Work Target Practice 7.1

Group Work Target Practice 7.2

Solutions to Group Work in Chapter 7

7.1 substitution slides and clicker

Go over the class webpages, Wiley, Grading Policies and Where to Get Help, advice from prior students

Handouts: Main webpage, engagement , Algebra, Trig and Derivative Review (review in context. Calculus II chance to turn weaknesses into strengths), series theorems

Don't have an algebra casualty