Quiz Tues Dec 13
Law of Conservation of Momentum
Wednesday, December 07, 2016
8:44 AM
Homework
Look at a system of carts colliding or exploding
- think momentum
Dec 7 conservation of momentum Page 1
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Calculus 1000A, Section 008; Sept. 8
My name: Tatyana Barron (Associate professor, Department of Mathematics,
at UWO since 2004, Ph.D. 1998 Pennsylvania State University)
In addition to the section 00
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 20
Today: 2.5 (continued), 2.6
Friday: start 2.7 with a substitute instructor
Quiz 1 is open until 9:00 pm tonight
Further remarks on yesterdays discussion.
[x] =
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 25
common Math. help centre: MTuWThF 2:30-6:30 pm, MC 106
1000A-008 office hours: Jianing Huang (TA) Fri. 1-2 pm in MC 104, T.
Barron Fri. 3:30-5:00 pm in MC 247
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 29
Reminders:
Quiz 2 is open until 9:00 pm on Thurs. Oct. 5, targets the material up to
2.6
Quiz 3 will open at 9 am on Monday Oct. 16th
today: 3.3. Next week: 3.
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Oct. 2
Quiz 2 is open until 9:00 pm on Thurs. Oct. 5
Midterm exam is at 7 pm on Friday Oct. 27
Students with a conflict need to contact academic counselling at their
ho
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 26
2.8 (contd) Suppose f (x) is defined at x = a and near a.
Definition. The derivative of f at a is
df
d
f 0 (a) =
f (x)
= f 0 (x)
=
=
dx x=a
dx
x=a
x=a
f (a + h) f
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Oct. 6
no classes next week (reading week), see you on Monday Oct. 16
according to a preliminary final exam schedule posted on the Registrars
website, Calculus 1000A fin
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 18
Announcement: Putnam Mathematics Competition
The William Lowell Putnam is a mathematics contest for undergraduates in
Canada and the U.S. This years contest will
Calculus 1000A, Section 008; Sept. 11
Today, tomorrow:
we continue section 1.5, Appendix D (logarithmic functions, inverse functions,
trigonometry).
Quiz 1 will open on owl this Wednesday Sept. 13 and
Thursday, September 29, 2016
8:49 AM
q4 p46
Average velocity = total displacement/total time
instantaneous velocity = velocity at that time
v=xf-xi/t = (35-30)/2=2.5 m/s
p49
Concept Review
1.1 - you c
K7 2;
Four students measure the same length of stn'ng and their results are as follows:
UNCERTAINTY PROBLEMS
Z, = 38.60m, 132 = 38.7cm, 3 = 38.6cm, 4 = 38.5cm
Repeated measurement of the same quantity
Monday, October 31, 2016
8:45 AM
Acceleration Test Friday Nov 4
oct 31 review acc, Page 1
oct 31 review acc, Page 2
p 84 - 85 problems 19, 21, 25, 28, 30-34, 37
oct 31 review acc, Page 3
p 84 - 85 pro
Monday, October 24, 2016
10:18 AM
Slope lab:
Purpose: Determine relationship between the force
required to pull a block up/down a slope and the
angle.
Hypothesis:
component of gravity down a slope = F
Monday, October 31, 2016
12:24 PM
Dynamics
Study of Forces
Force: a push or a pull
- something that can cause a change in motion or
change in energy.
units: Newton, N after Sir Isaac Newton late 1600s
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
10:18 AM
Hand in Cart Lab
predict the d-t, v-t, a-t graph for a basketball
thrown up in the air above the motion sensor.
What if you throw a balloon instead?
movie clips:
h
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 12
please remember to review the course outline in Resources on owl
the common Math. dept help centre should be open as of Mon. Sept.
18th: MTuWThF 2:30-6:30pm, MC
Calculus 1000A, Section 008, Sept. 15
the Math. dept. help centre is in MC 106 MTuWThF 2:30-6:30 pm, starting this Monday
Today: 2.2
Next week: finish 2.2, also 2.3, 2.5
So, by Monday please revie
Calculus 1000A
Final Examination
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Page 1
CODE 111
PART A (50 marks) (2 marks for each problem)
NOTE: YOUR ANSWERS TO THE PROBLEMS ON THIS PAGE MUST BE
INDICATED ON THE SCANTR
Calculus 1000A
Final Examination
Monday, December 21, 2015
Page 1
CODE 111
PART A (50 marks)
NOTE: YOUR ANSWERS TO THE PROBLEMS ON THIS PAGE MUST BE
INDICATED ON THE SCANTRON SHEET. FOR SAFETY, ALSO C
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Slide 1
So heres the definition of continuity of a function at a number a. It
means that
lim f (x) = f (a).
xa
Its implicit in this definition that the limit exists, so if the limit doesnt
exist, it
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Slide 1
Okay, boys and girls, its time to meet our new calculus character. This
is Arrogant Andrew. He has a bit of a streak of anti-intellectualism
in him. He is quite resistant to learning the cha