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This page is a central one the approximate calendar for the Fall 2018 term of MAT1330. It contains only the chapters and problems that will be covered each class.
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Approximate course calendar
Date 

Lecture 
Section and Topic 
Practice Problems 
ABE 
C 

section numbers refer to Adler and Lovric, second edition = geese (section numbers) refer to first edition = elephants 

05Sep 
06Sep 
1 
REVIEW OF: Functions, equations, polynomials, inequalities, fractions, absolute values. some of this material is in the textbooks in Chapters 1 and 2 (Chapters 0 and 1) 
1.3 (0.2): 1735 1.4 (0.3): 920, 3338 
10Sep 
10Sep 
2 
2.2, 2.3 (1.2, 1.3) Exponential function, logarithm, trigonometric functions 
2.2 (1.2): 2326, 3141 2.3: 6471 (1.3): 5259 
12Sep 
13Sep 
3 
3.1 (2.1) Discretetime dynamical system updating function, initial value, composition, inverse, solution 
3.1: 114, 1731 (2.1): 112, 1529, 61 
17Sep 
17Sep 
4 
3.2 (2.2) Analysis of DTDS, Cobwebbing, Equilibria 
3.2 (2.2): 112, 1735, 43 
19Sep 
20Sep 
5 
parts of 6.7 (5.5) Equilibria and stability 3.3 (2.3) Modeling with discretetime systems 3.5 (2.4) Model of gas exchange in the lung (time permitting) 
3.3 (2.3): 13, 68, 2023, 2832 3.4 (2.5): 1118 
21Sep 


Last day for changes to course selection 

24Sep 
24Sep 
6 
4.1 (3.1) as motivation only 4.2 (3.2) Limits of functions 
4.1 (3.1): 126 4.2 (3.2): 1,3,5, 7, 1013, 3050 
26Sep 
27Sep 
7 
4.3, 4.4 (3.3, 3.4) Limits, infinity, and Continuity 
4.3: 819, 3157 (3.3): 819, 2551 4.4 (3.4): 3, 7, 1019, 3443 
01Oct 
01Oct 
8 
4.5, 5.1, 5.2 (3.5, 4.1, 4.2) Differentiability. Derivatives of powers, sums, polynomials, products and quotients 
4.5 (3.5): 828, 3953 5.1: 138, (4.1): 126 5.2: 143 (without exp), 7073 (4.2): 119, 4245 
03Oct 
4Oct 

Midterm 1 
Covers all material up to and including Sep 28. 
08Oct 


Thanksgiving (no classes) 

10Oct 
11Oct 
9 
5.1, 5.3 (4.3, 4.4) Derivatives of exp and log, Chain rule 
5.1: 3942, 49, 50 5.2 143 (with exp) 5.3: 114, 1745 (4.3): 127, 3841 (4.4): 130, 3538, 
15Oct 
15Oct 
10 
5.4, 5.5 (4.4, 4.5) Derivatives of trig and inverse trig functions, implicit differentiation 
5.4: 131; 5.5: 17 (4.4): 5155; (4.5): 127 
17Oct 
18Oct 
11 
5.6, 6.5 (4.6) Second derivatives and curve sketching 
5.6: 18, 1124, 3645 (4.6): 18, 2633 
Oct 2127 


Reading week (no classes) 

29Oct 
29Oct 
12 
6.1 (5.1, 5.2) Extreme values; reasoning about extreme values 
6.1: 149, 63, 64 (5.1): 639, 4043, 
31Oct 
1Nov 
13 
6.2, 6.3 (5.1, 5.2) Optimization, Reasoning 
6.2: 1718, 2122 (5.1): 4750, 6368 
05Nov 
05Nov 
14 
6.4 (5.3) L'Hopital’s rule 
6.4 (5.3): 1739 
07Nov 
8Nov 
15 
5.7 (4.7) : Polynomial approximation 6.3 (5.2) Rolle and Mean Value Theorem 
5.7 (4.7): 17, 813 (tangent line only), 1419, 2833 6.3 (5.2): 714 
12Nov 
12Nov 
16 
6.7, 6.8 (5.5, 5.6) Stability of DTDS and logistic chaos 
6.7 (5.5): 515, 31, 32, 37, 38 6.8 (5.6): 916, 2330 
14Nov 
15Nov 

Midterm 2 
Covers up to Lec 15. 
16Nov 


Last day to withdraw from a course 

19Nov 
19Nov 
17 
6.6, 6.3 (5.4, 5.2) Newton's method Intermediate Value Theorem (see Reasoning) 
6.6: 18, 27, 28 (5.4): 18, 25, 26 (5.2): 16, 
21Nov 
22Nov 
18 
7.1 (6.1) Differential equations 7.2 (6.2) Antiderivatives 
7.1 (6.1): 123 7.2 (6.2): 736 
26Nov 
26Nov 
19 
7.5 (6.5) Techniques of integration Substitution 
7.5 (6.5): 122, 2335 (indefinite only), 5659 
28Nov 
29Nov 
20 
7.5 (6.5) Techniques of integration Integration by parts 
7.5: 3669 (6.5): 3647 
03Dec 
03Dec 
21 
7.3, 7.4 (6.3, 6.4) Areas and Fundamental Theorem 
7.3 (6.3): 14 
05Dec 
05Dec 
22 
catchup, problems 

Many thanks to Professor Frithjof Lutscher for having compiled these problem lists across both versions of the textbook. Problem lists for a previous book, by Adler alone, are also available.
 Prof Monica Nevins
 Department of Mathematics and Statistics
 585 King Edward Ave, Office KED 305D
 Email: mnevins at uottawa.ca