Recitation 1
Freshman Seminar Calc
70-122 Introduction to Accounting
21-115 Calculus II
Section A/D
Led by Nam Ho
January 16, 2015
Plan for Today
Outline of what recitations will be
Summary of key ideas from chapter 1
Quick overview of typical accounts
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18.01 Exam 2
Problem 1(20 points) Compute the following derivatives. Show all work, or you will not receive
credit.
(a)(10 points)
d
d
2 tan()
1 (tan()2
Solution to (a) The simplest solution uses the doubleangle formula for tan(). Because sin(2) =
2 sin()

18.01 Calculus
Due by 2:00pm sharp
Friday, Oct. 21, 2005
Jason Starr
Fall 2005
Problem Set 4
Late homework policy. Late work will be accepted only with a medical note or for another
Instituteapproved reason.
Cooperation policy. You are encouraged to work

18.01 EXAM 3
OCTOBER 21, 2003
Name:
Problem 1:
/25
Problem 2:
/25
Problem 3:
/25
Problem 4:
/25
Total:
/100
Please write the hour of your recitation.
Hour:
Instructions: Please write your name at the top of every page of the exam. The exam is closed
book,

It
is often useful to find a formula for a sequence of numbers. Having such a
formula allows us to predict other numbers in the sequence, see how quickly
the sequence grows, explore the mathematical properties of the sequence, and
sometimes find relations

Greatest common divisor and least common multiple
The following definitions are given in the book on page 116:
Definition. A common divisor of a and b is a positive integer that divides
both a and b.
Definition. The greatest common divisor of a and b, den

The division algorithm
Long division of two integers (called the dividend and the divisorthe
dividend is the number which is to be divided by the divisor) produces
a quotient and a remainder. The relationship between these four numbers is
described algebr

Classroom Courtesy
When attending class, please act in a manner that maintains a positive learning
environment. Avoid behavior that may be distracting to your classmates or your
instructor.
You should schedule your activities in a way that allows you to a

21-110: Problem Solving in Recreational Mathematics
Homework assignment 9
Assigned Wednesday, April 14, 2010. Due Friday, April 30, 2010.
Problem 1. Write an evaluation of this course. Honestly and thoughtfully answer as many of the
following questions as

21-110: Problem Solving in Recreational Mathematics
Project
Assigned Wednesday, March 17, 2010. Due Friday, April 30, 2010.
This assignment is a group project. You will work in a group of up to four people (i.e., the
maximum group size is four). The proje