Math 115 - Assignment 2
Due:
Tuesday, February 14. Nothing accepted after Thursday, February, 16. This is
worth 15 points. 2 points off for being late.
Work by yourself. I don't want to see 30 identical copies of the same work. I
don't even want to see 2
1.3 Instantaneous Rates of Change and Derivatives
If the previous two sections we considered situations where we have two physical
quantities, say t and x, that are related by a function x = f(t). Rates of change describe
how changes in one of these quant
1.5 Algebraic Rules for Finding Derivatives
The derivative of a function is another function. Suppose we have some function. For
example,
y = x2 = f(x)
Suppose we fix an x and find the rate of change (derivative) at x using the method we
have talked about
1.2 Rates of Change for Linear Functions
Rates of change are one of the main items that we will be studying in this course. This
concept is very important for modeling situations in the real world.
If we have two physical quantities that are related, the
Math 115 - Assignment 1
Due: Tuesday, January 24. Nothing accepted after Thursday, January 26. This is worth
15 points. 2 points off for being late (after the 24nd).
Work by yourself. I don't want to see 30 identical copies of the same work. I don't
even
Math 115 Assignment 3
Due:
Tuesday, March 22. Nothing accepted after Thursday, March 24. This is worth 15
points. 2 points off for being late. Work by yourself. See me or the lab assistant in
2048 CB if you need help.
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