UIC World History II: Early American History
Fall 2007
Prof. Paul Tonks
Baekyang Hall 420-2
[email protected]
Course Lecture Notes
The American Colonies (and the British Empire)
Major Questions:
A Comparative Study on the similarities of Rural Development between Vietnams New Rural
Development and Korea's Saemaul Undong: Does political differences really matter in the development
of rural pro
Extra Credit Due: 3(9 at start of class
NAME:
You will be graded on how easy your work is to follow, clear labeling, and mathematical correctness.
Work needs to be done individually. You can get help
Agenda, Learning Outcomes, and class activity October 12 Section 3.3 Trig Derivatives
To remind you, here is the schedule for the next few classes.
October 14
October 17
October 19
Practice Exam (This
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 5.1
Learning Outcomes Class 11-28
I will take questions from sections 4.7 and 4.9. Both sections are fundamental and will appear extensively
on both the third exam and th
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 1.1
For most classes, I will prepare a class agenda. The agenda will generally give a list of learning outcomes
for the class, will list the category 1 homework problems,
Class Agenda Section 4.3 11/11
First, some definitions. A lens can be either concave or convex. Think of the letter c. The inside of the letter
c is the concave side. The outside of the letter c is th
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 4.7 Optimization Problems
Learning Outcomes Class 11-16
I will distribute a 11 step cheat sheet for solving optimization problems. But warning! There is no
set of instruc
Calculus Class Agenda Section 2.7
Learning Outcomes Class 9-28. After class work and doing the attendant homework, you will:
Understand how to find derivative at a point from:
o A graph
o A Table
o Nu
Math 101 Inverses
This is part agenda, part class outline. Once again, we discuss six weeks of pre-calculus math in 80
minutes! So hang on to your hats and prepare to do much review as part of the hom
Agenda October 31
I hope to get several questions from you on the Category 1 homework from the related rates worksheet.
Then, I want you to work collectively with my help on the category 2 homework, w
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 1.3
Note: Remind me to ask you about electronic versus paper presentations of the daily agenda.
Note: Again, Tonights homework includes content that is covered in weeks i
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 3.4 10-19
https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGAiW5dOnKo
(To do this exercise, we need to know formula #6 from the differentiation cheat sheet. On Friday, I will show where t
Agenda November 4
Reviewing from the last agenda and class:
A local Maximum (or Minimum) is a point on a function that is higher (or lower) than all other points
immediately nearby. That is, the only
Agenda November 21, 2016 Section 4.9
Learning Outcomes
Learn the process that is the opposite of differentiation called anti-differentiation (also called the
indefinite integral).
Know that each anti-
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 2.2 and 2.3
On Wednesday, through the frogs problem, we introduced the concepts of average and
instantaneous rates of change. We called the latter the Derivative of a fun
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 1.1
Quick Notes:
I hope by now you have taken the on-line self-assessment found at the Math Departments
website. Please feel free to talk with me about the results to mak
Agenda for section 3.7 and category 3 problem October 24, 2016
In section 3.7, we begin to look at some of the applications of the derivative in various disciplines; there
are examples from physics, c
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 1.5
Learning Outcomes
You will recognize exponential growth (when B>1) and exponential decay (when B<1) functions
of the form
and understand that they are fundamentally
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 2.1
Today, we begin the introduction to the BIG IDEA that will be the focal point to most of the rest of the
semester. That BIG IDEA is devising a strategy for determinin
Math 101 Class Agenda Sections 3.5 and 3.6
Learning Outcomes Class 10-26.
After class work and doing the attendant homework, you will:
Do implicit differentiation when curves are represented in terms
Math 101 Class Agenda Section 5.2 November 30, 2016
Take-aways from the Frogs Revisited Problem
That the area under a velocity function gives the distance traveled.
That the area under a velocity func
Agenda November 2
What is the
101
? Of course, we can get a very good approximation of that by putting it into our
calculators. But how do we calculate that without a calculator (i.e., how did we do
Math 101 Mt Holyoke 10-3 agenda addendum
and Schedule Change
After todays lesson and attendant homework, you will:
Know how to sketch the derivative of a function given the graph of the function.
Know
Math 101 Mt Holyoke 10-3 agenda addendum
and Schedule Change
Schedule Change:
October 3
Section 2.7 and start 2.8
October 5
Section 2.8 and 3.1
October 7
Section 3.2
October 10 Midsemester break
Octob
Murphy Lu
STATS-242
Carrie Hosman
Due Friday
3.12
lm(formula = WinPct ~ ERA + Runs)
Residuals:
Min
1Q
Median
3Q
Max
-0.038586 -0.015104 -0.003181 0.013915 0.059104
Coefficients:
Estimate Std. Error t
6
Chapter 1
Chapter 1 Solutions
1.1 Part (c) is false. The predicted value of Y when X = 2 is Y = 100 + 15 2 = 130, not 110.
Parts (a), (b), and (d) are true.
1.3 The intercept is given in the output
STAT 242: Spring 2017
Homework #4
Jin Cao
From your textbook, do the following problems:
Chapter 3: 3.12, 3.14, 3.20, 3.22, 3.27, 3.32
3.12
a) > mymodel = lm(WinPct~Runs+ERA)
> mymodel
Call:
lm(formul
Midterm I Study Guide for Calculus III
Vector Algebra:
1. The length of a vector and the relationship to distances between points
2. Addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication of vectors, togeth