Fall 2008
Math 100 Survey of Mathematics (3)
Selected topics designed to acquaint nonspecialists with examples of mathematical reasoning. May not be taken for credit after 215 or higher.
Syllabus. Math 100 is a terminal course covering topics from the maj
Spring 2016
DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS
MATH 241/251A (4) CALCULUS I
Course Description: Basic concepts, differentiation with applications, integration.
Prerequisite for Math 241: Math 140 or Math 215 or placement
exam.
Prerequisite for Math 251A: Math departme
Syllabus for Math 111 Math for Elementary Teachers I (3)
Course Description: This course is required for students wishing to enter the College of
Education for a Bachelors in Elementary Education, and enrollment is limited to prospective
elementary teache
Fall 2014
Math 203 Calculus for Business and the
Social Sciences (3)
Course Description: Basic concepts; differentiation and integration, ap
plications to management, nance, ecomonics, and the social sciences.
Prerequisite: 134, 135 or 161 or assessment e
Spring 2016
Syllabus for Math 253A Accelerated
Calculus III
Course Description: Vector calculus, maxima and minima in several variables, multiple integrals, line integrals and Greens Theorem,
surface integrals, Stokes Theorems.
Prerequisite: Math 252A, AP
Spring 2016
Syllabus for Math 134 Precalculus:
Elementary Functions (2)
Course Description: Algebra review, functions with special attention to
polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, composed and
inverse functions, techniques of grap
Spring 2016
Math 331 Introduction to Real Analysis (3)
A rigorous axiomatic development of one variable calculus. Completeness, topology of the line,
limits, continuity, differentiation, integration.
Pre: 242 or 252A, and 321; or consent.
Syllabus:
I. The
March 31, 2016
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MATH 103 Practice Quiz 2B
Student Name _
Quiz 2 is on Section 1.1Functions.
For the given functions
, solve the problems that follow. You must show all necessary
work to support your final answer. Your final answer must be clearly stated using the indicat
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 3A
Student Name _
Quiz3 is on Section 1.3Properties of Functions.
1. (a) (3 pts) State the definition of an even function.
b) (3 pts) State the definition of an odd function.
2. (7 pts) Show that f ( x ) = 4 x 7 + 2 x 3 x is odd.
3.
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 4A
Student Name _
Quiz 4 is on Section 2.4Properties of Quadratic Functions.
You must show all necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be
completed as much as possible to standard simplified form.
Given th
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 2A
Student Name _
Quiz 2 is on Section 1.1Functions.
For the given functions f and g , solve the problems that follow. You must show all necessary
work to support your final answer. Your final answer must be clearly stated using the
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 5A
Student Name _
Quiz 5 is on Section 2.6Building Quadratic Models from Verbal Descriptions and from Data.
Show all the necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be completed
as much as possible to standard
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 3B
Student Name _
Quiz3 is on Section 1.3Properties of Functions.
1. (a) (3 pts) State the definition of an odd function.
b) (3 pts) State the definition of an even function.
2. (7 pts) Show that f ( x ) = 2x 4 + 3x 2 + 2 is even.
3
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 1A
Student Name _
Quiz 1 is on Sections 6.1 Systems of Linear Equations & 6.6 Systems of Nonlinear Equations
Show all necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be completed as
much as possible to standard si
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 1B
Student Name _
Quiz 1 is on Sections 6.1 Systems of Linear Equations & 6.6 Systems of Nonlinear Equations
Show all necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be completed as
much as possible to standard si
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 5B
Student Name _
Quiz 5 is on Section 2.6Building Quadratic Models from Verbal Descriptions and from Data.
Show all the necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be completed
as much as possible to standard
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 4B
Student Name _
Quiz 4 is on Section 2.4Properties of Quadratic Functions.
You must show all necessary work to support your final answer. Work/calculation must be
completed as much as possible to standard simplified form.
Given th
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 4A
Student Name
Quiz 4 is on Section 2.4—Properties of Quadratic Functions.
You must show all necessary work to support your ﬁnal answer. Work/calculation must be
completed as much as possible to standard simpliﬁed form.
Given the ﬁ
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 2A
Student Name
Quiz 2 is on Section 1.1—Functions.
For the given functions f and g, solve the problems that follow. You must show all necessary
work to support your ﬁnal answer. Your ﬁnal answer must be clearly stated using the ind
MATH 103 Practice Quiz 1A
Student Name
Quiz 1 is on Sections 6.1 _. Systems of Linear Equations & 6.6 — Systems of Nonlinear Equations
Show all necessary work to support your ﬁnal answer. Work/calculation must be completed as
much as possible to standard
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Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining-The law provides for the right of
workers to form and join unions, to bargain collectively, and to strike in both the public and private sectors.
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Math 140 Quiz 10 Name _Practice_ Score_/ 23pts 18mins
6(a)(11)
y
x1
x1x . Graph, intercepts, asymptotes.
x-intercept = -1
v.a.:
y-intercept = none
x = 0, x = 1
lead. term: -1/x
h.a.: y = 0
Draw the graph. Indicate the asymptotes with dotted lines.
x=0
va
Math 373 Review 5
Exam week office hours: Friday and Sunday 10:00 - 12:30. Final Monday, May 7, 9:45 - 11:45 Material This review only covers the material after Lecture 32. The final covers everything. Bring scratch paper and calculator. Open book / notes
Math 373
Line charts vs. bar charts
Hw 1 Comments and worked examples.
intermediate numbers. This means learning to use the memory registers of your calculator and learning how to use parentheses. CThe average A of x, y, z is A = (x + y + z)/3 . The stand
Math 140
Hw 5
Worked examples of selected recommended problems.
A. Describe the combination of translations and/or
reflections needed to get the given function from f (x).
(a)
y = f(x 1)
right 1
(b)
y = f(x) 1
down 1
(c)
y = f(x) + 1
up 1
(d)
left 1
y = f
Math 140
Hw 4
Worked examples of selected recommended problems.
In A-D, list the domain and range of each graph.
A. (see the graph in Hw 4 recommended problem 9).
domain = the set of x-coordinates of points on the
graph. The smallest x-coordinate is -3 fr
Math 140
Hw 3
Worked examples of selected recommended problems.
Divide to get the quotient q(x), remainder r(x). Write in
the form: p(x) = d(x)q(x) + r(x).
2
B. x 6x2
x+5
53
x 11 + x+5
x + 5 ) x 2 6x 2
x 2 + 5x
11x 2
11x 55
53
x 2 6x2
53
x+5 = (x 11) + x