Math 111: Handouts
Below is a list, from oldest to newest, of all handouts from class.
- If you missed the first day of class (or came in late), please fill out this questionnaire and return it to me as soon as possible.
- We worked on an Inputs and Outputs (section 2.1) handout on Thursday, October 3. Here are the solutions.
- Here are the two examples I went over in class on Wednesday, October 9 introducing composition of functions
- Here are some more examples of functions that could be either linear or exponential (section 4.2). We did some of these in class, but not all of them. Worked out solutions
to all of the examples are here.
- On Tuesday, October 29 we worked on a worksheet to practice compouding interest and derive the continuously compounding interest formula (section 4.5). And here
are the solutions.
- On Wednesday, November 6, we discussed three applications of log functions (section 5.3) - acidity, sound and earthquakes. Here are the solutions.
- Here is the handout with all four money formulas on it. And here is a longer document explaining the different formulas, how to use each one (with some examples) and an
explanation of how to decide which formula to use.
- Here is the handout we discussed on Friday, November 22 on graphing combinations of functions (section 10.3). And here is the solution.
- Here is a description of my method for graphing polynomial functions (sections 11.2 and 11.3).
- Here is a description of my method for graphing rational functions (sections 11.4 and 11.5).
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