Syllabus  Handouts  Exams  Quizzes 
Homework will be assigned on a weekly basis and collected most Tuesdays at the beginning of class (NO late HW will be accepted). I will drop your lowest homework grade when computing grades at the end of the quarter. Please note that some students may find it helpful or even necessary to do more problems from the book than I assign. You must be honest with yourself to determine whether you sufficiently understand the material, and if you don't, read and practice more. To do well in this class it is essential that you do homework daily. I expect you to spend about 10 hours each week on math homework, reading and studying.
Week 
HW problems Answers to oddnumbered problems appear in the back of the text 
Due Dates and other important info 
1 

Syllabus HW due Friday, Jan. 8
Sections 6.1 and 6.2 due Tuesday, Jan. 12 
2 

There is NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 18
Sections 6.3 and 6.4 due Tuesday, January 19 
3 

Sections 6.5 and 6.6 and the two Law of Sines and Problems are due Tuesday, January 26
Our first exam, covering sections 6.1  6.6, is Tuesday, January 26. See the Exams page for more info. 
4 

Sections 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3 are due Tuesday, February 2. 
5 

The four problems from the Sinusoidal Curve Fitting sheet are due Monday, February 8.
Sections 5.4 and 5.5 are due Tuesday, February 9. 
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You will earn a total of 10 points for each HW assignment: up to 4 points for completeness of the entire HW assignment and up to 6 points for correctness (three problems will be selected and graded, 2 pts each). You will earn a 0 on any HW assignment that is too hard to read; or if you seem to have mindlessly copied another student's homework; or if you allowed another student to mindelssly copy your homework. Please check your answers to the oddnumbered problems in the back of the book. Feel free to ask questions in class or during my office hours about any problems that you have questions on. When handing in HW, be sure to adhere to the following guidelines:
NOTE: You will earn a 0 on any HW assignment that is too hard to read; or if you seem to have mindlessly copied another student’s homework; or if you allowed another student to mindlessly copy your work.
In addition to the HW problems, worksheets may be assigned and collected as part of your homework grade. These additional HW assignments, and their due dates, will be listed in the table above.
Questions? email whurley@shoreline.edu