Ashley Jensen
Math-110
2/23/17
Notes (forgot notebook)
Derivatives
If f is
If f is
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differentiable (has a derivative) at a, then f is continuous at a
not continuous at a, then f is not differentiable at a
F has a corner at a
If f is not continuous at
Quiz #6
1. Use implicit differentiation to find the derivative of x + y = tan1(x^2+3y). (3 pts)
2. Find the derivative of f(x) = sin(tan^1(ln(x). (2 pts)
3. Find the derivative of the inverse of the function f(x) = x^2 2x 3 at the point (12,3)
on the grap
Solutions to Homework 2
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt * 6 + fraction of correct
problems*4 + fraction of partially correct problems) *2
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A comple
Solutions to Homework 4
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt * 6 + (fraction of correct
problems + * fraction of partially correct problems) *4
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A compl
Solutions to Homework 9
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: 6*fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt + 4*fraction of correct
problems + 2*fraction of partially correct problems
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complete b
Solutions to Homework 11
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: 6*fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt + 4*fraction of correct
problems + 2*fraction of partially correct problems
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complete
Solutions to Homework 1
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt * 6 + fraction of correct
problems*4 + fraction of partially correct problems *2
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complet
To Access Orion:
1. Go to the Electronic Textbook menu item on Blackboard
2. Select Read, Study, and Practice
3. At the top of the page, click on the Orion graphic:
4. When you get into Orion, the chapters will look like this:
Before you get started in a
Solutions to Homework 3
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt * 6 + (fraction of correct
problems + * fraction of partially correct problems) *4
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A compl
Solutions to Homework 6
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: 6*fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt + 4*fraction of correct
problems + 2*fraction of partially correct problems
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complete b
Solutions to Homework 5
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt * 6 + (fraction of correct
problems + * fraction of partially correct problems) *4
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A compl
Math 109 Exam 1 Spring 2016
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Show all work for possible partial credit!
In no particular order, here are some functions and expressions that have appeared in math
109:
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P (t )=P 0 ( 1+r )
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Exam 1 Review: Math 109 sections 1, 2, 6
You will want to bring a scientific calculator to the exam. A graphing calculator is fine.
The exam will cover all of chapters 1 and 2 (except section 1.10).
Chapter 1:
1. Identify functions vs. non-functions
2. Ha
Solutions to Homework 10
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: 6*fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt + 4*fraction of correct
problems + 2*fraction of partially correct problems
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complete
Solutions to Homework 8
Math 109, Fall 2016
To calculate grade: 6*fraction of problems for which there is an honest attempt + 4*fraction of correct
problems + 2*fraction of partially correct problems
(A perfect paper should receive 10 points. A complete b
Exam 2 Review: Math 109
You will want to bring a scientific calculator to the exam (a graphing calculator is fine) and a note sheet of
maximum size 5 by 8.
The exam will cover chapters 3 and 4, minus sections 3.5 and 4.6-4.8.
General Topics:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5
Final Exam Review: Math 109
You will want to bring a scientific calculator to the exam. A graphing calculator is fine. You are allowed
one sheet, up to a maximum of 8.5 x 11 inches, for notes. You can write on front and back.
The exam will cover all mater
Exam 1 Review: Math 109 sections
You will want to bring a scientific calculator to the exam. A graphing calculator is fine.
The exam will cover chapters 1 and 2, minus section 1.10.
Chapter 1:
1. Find the point or points at which two functions cross.
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Algebra Universalis
Counting Finite Lattices
Jobst Heitzig and Jurgen Reinhold
Abstract. The correct values for the number of all unlabeled lattices on n elements are