MATH 1153 Homework 6 -due Thursday, October 22 (exam day)
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to
justify your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 2.4, pages 126-127: #34, 38*
Section 2.5, pages 137-13
MATH 1153 Homework 5 -due Thursday, October 15
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to
justify your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 2.3, pages 115-116: #4, 8, 14, 20, 24c, 34, 36 Bonus: #44
Section
MATH 1153 Homework 4 -due Thursday, October 8
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to
justify your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 2.1, pages 97-98: #2, 4 (no need to compute (i) and (v) for part (
MATH 1153 Homework 3 -due Thursday, October 1 (Mini-test day)
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to
justify your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 1.3, pages 45-48: #4, 24*, 32, 36, 40, 48, 50, 52
MATH 1153 Homework 2 -due Thursday, September 24
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to
justify your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 1.1, pages 22-25: #58
Yellow Problem book:
Page 4/ Section I(a)
MATH 1153 Homework 1 solutions
Section 1.1
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52. Let x and y be the two perpendicular sides of the rectangle. Then we are given:
xy = 16 m2
from where y = 16/x.
We want to find the perimeter P as a function of, say, x.
P = 2x + 2y
Therefore P = P(x)
MATH 1153 Homework 1 -due Thursday, September 17
1. Turn in the following problems for marking. Please write neatly and show sufficient work to justify
your answer!
From the textbook:
Section 1.1, pages 22-25: #16, 24, 26, 30, 48, 52, 56
MATH 1153 Exam 1 FALL 2009 2
( (5 pts) 1. Answer f(,)liowing truefulw questions. 111 order to get (redit you need to provide
either a brief explanation or counterexzuin)ie (pictures might work. too). No extensive
calculations are required.
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