MATH1010: Assignment Worksheet #3
What were working on today: Continuity, Limits, and Derivatives
Activity 1 (Max 15 min): Get warmed up by playing a quick game to practice your basic skills
from last week.
Activity 2 (Max 10 min): Your TA will display se
MATH1010: Assignment Worksheet #4
What were working on today: Derivatives (and getting lots of practice!)
Activity 1 (max 10 min): Come up with a question asking for the derivative of a function (the
function has to be complicated enough so that the deriv
MATH1010: Assignment Worksheet #7
What were working on today: Applications of Derivatives
Activity 1 (~25 min): There is a traditional problem that goes like this We want to make an
open topped box from an
8.5
11
inch sheet of paper but cutting congruent
MATH1010: Assignment Worksheet #10
What were working on today: Integration and its Applications
Activity 1 (~10 min): Come up with a definite integral question (the function has to be pretty
basicstick to stuff on the formula sheet), and find the solution
MATH1850U: Chapter 1 cont.
1
LINEAR SYSTEMS cont
Elementary Matrices and a Method for Finding A-1 (Section 1.5)
Definition: An n n matrix is called an elementary matrix if it can be obtained from
the n n identity matrix by performing a single elementary r
MATH1850U: Chapter 3 cont.
1
EUCLIDEAN VECTOR SPACES cont.
Norm, Dot Product, and Distance in Rn (Section 3.2) cont.
Recall: Last day, we introduced the concept of dot product.lets examine some
properties.
Theorem (Properties of the Euclidean Inner Produc
MATH1010: Chapter 2 cont
1
LIMITS AND DERIVATIVES cont
Limits at Infinity; Horizontal Asymptotes (Section 2.6)
Recall: Previously, we talked about infinite limits and vertical asymptotes.
Horizontal asymptotes, on the contrary, are based on the behaviour
CLASS 7: COMPLEXITY,
NETWORKS, THINGS,
T E C H N O LO GY
CUST 1500
GEORGE SIMMEL: THE
METROPOLIS AND MENTAL
LIFE
Offers a theory of what happens to people when they live in cities
Discusses the individuals position living in a big city/urban centre and
Students will know:
2.1 and 2.2: THE TANGENT AND VELOCITY PROBLEMS; THE LIMIT OF A
FUNCTION
Estimation of tangents to the graph of a function, slope and equation
of tangent line;
denition of the (sided) limit of a function at a point;
innite limits, v