MA 22300Assignment SheetSpring 2011Text: Applied Calculusby L. D. Hoffman and G. L. Bradley, Expanded tenth edition, McGraw Hill, 2010.Note: Problems in bold are not available in MathZone. You should attempt these problems,in the text, by hand and ask any questions at the next class meeting. Only the problems forLesson 31 will be worked by hand andsubmitted for grading. All graphs must be sketched byhand on graph paper.A one-line, scientific calculator with logarithm and exponential functions is required.Graphing calcula-tors or programmable calculators may not be used. Calculators which are capable of numeric or symbolicdifferentiation and integration are not allowed.LessonsSectionsAssignments11.1p10:3,6,8,13,14,19,20,21,22,232Appx,1.1p651:46,47,48,52,53,54***p11:62,66,68cde,7031.1p10:25,26,27,28,40,42,49,50,73,74,7541.1,1.2p10:34,35,36,38p25:15,21,25,26,2751.3p39 : 2,4,9,11,17,18,22,28,32,41bc,44bc,45b61.4p56 : 5,6,7,11,36,38,40,4271.5p73 : 1,2,3,5,6,13,15,17,19,20,23,24,40,4281.5,1.6p74 : 32,33,35,37,38p86 : 1,2,3,4,12,1691.6,2.1p87 : 26,27,35,37,38,39,41,42
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