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STUDENT GUIDELINES FOR THE COMMUNICATION RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
PROGRAM (C-REP)
Autumn 2017
School of Communication Office 3016 Derby Hall (614) 292-3400
E-Mail: [email protected]
IF YOU HAVE QUESTION
Fall 2017
Econ 2001.01
Principles of
Microeconomics
Meeting
Wednesday and Friday
12:40 to 1:35 pm
Independence Hall,
And Recitations
Final
Room 100
Exam: Monday, December 11
from 4:00 to 5:45 pm
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Rec. Time:
Instructions:
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2.1: The Idea of Limits
Problem 1
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THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
Monday
Tuesday
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10
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Section 11.3: Calculus in Polar Coordinates
Section 11.3: Calculus in Polar
Coordinates
Warm up:
(a) True or False: The slope of the tangent line to the curve r = f () at the
point (r0 , 0 ) is given
Section 11.1: Parametric equations
Section 11.1: Parametric equations
Warm up:
Describe the motion given by x = 8, y = 7 sin(t) for all t.
Group work:
Problem 1 Try to figure out the shape of the foll
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Assume the functions f, g. and It satisfy f(x) < g( x) < h(x) for all values of x
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Autumn 2012 Semester 1151 Calendar
Text: Calculus for Scientists and Engineers: Early Transcendentals
by Briggs et al., published by Pearson.
MONDAY
AUGUST 20
TUESDAY
21
WEDNESDAY
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Handout for day 1 of math 1151, differential calculus
assignment:
Read chapter 1 of the text book. Make sure you are comfortable with the concepts. Be
sure you can do problems of the following type. I
Math 1151: Calculus
I
Autumn 2016
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Exam 2
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each.
points.
Problem 1
(10 point
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Math 1151: Calculus I Autumn 2016
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Exam 6
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
Math L151: Calculus
I
Autumn 2016
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newa,rk
Exam 5
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is
100
poi
Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 3
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 1
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 5
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 4
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 2
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus
Autumn 2016
I
Dr. John E. HarPer
The Ohio State UniversitY, Newa^rk
Exam 3
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems
a,re
worth 10 points each' A perfect score is
100
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Math 1151: Calculus I
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University, Newark
Autumn 2016
Exam 6
Name:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems are worth 10 points each. A perfect score is 100
poin
Math 1151: Calculus I
Autumn 2016
Dr. John E. Harper
The Ohio State University Newark
Exam 4
Narne:
There are a total of 10 problems. The problems
a^re
worth 10 points each. A perfect score is
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