Table of topics and assignments
Textbook: Calculus, Early transcendentals, H. Anton & others, 11th edition. Older editions of the text will be fine, but see me for additional instructions.Tutoring services (including online) and other useful info: see this link . There you will also find a link for the complete solution manual  requires username/password which I'll give in class.
Learning Assistants (LA): Hillal Ibiyemi Email: hibiy001@fiu.edu
LA help hours: Wed. 3:305:00pm in CP 101 (Chemistry & Physics bldg), Thu 9:009:30am, in SACS 302
You will be asked to watch videos and take notes (in a separate notebook, or section of the notebook) from the videos before we cover the corresponding sections. You will be checked and graded for these notes.
Exams: For tentative schedule see the syllabus. The structure of the exams will be roughly as follows: about 80% is at the level of standard suggested problems and 20% at the level of more difficult suggested problems (denoted with *) or theoretical topics (proofs that you will be asked to know). There is always a small bonus which may test your creativity and capacity to reason. In the suggested assignment below, the more challenging problems are denoted with a star. You should do enough of the suggested problems to be sure you understand the technique and/or idea behind them. If you have troubles with the suggested problems, particularly the standard ones, be sure to ask for help (my office hours, the tutoring services, colleagues, the LAs).
You may find useful the free version of the WolframAlpha computer software system . You can use this system at home to check your work, but it is essential that you are able to do computations on your own, not just rely on the software package. For your exams you will not be allowed any kind of electronic devices.
Date  Sections  Suggested assignment  Notes from videos  Comments 
Before Jan. 09  Appendices A through E   Read
on your own those appendicies and watch Lectures 01, 02, 03 of Professor Delaware. 
Lectures 01, 02, 03 of Professor Delaware (see link above this table). 
Watch and take notes from the videos indicated
before the corresponding class. Here is a list of prerequisite topics for Calculus. This algebra review may also be useful. 
Jan. 09  PreCalculus review 
PreCalculus review package
and Answers Review the proof of Quadratic formula (see notes or video). It is a potential exam question. 
Please do the problems in the PreCalculus review package. You will have a diagnostic test next week with problems similiar to those in this package. The diagnostic test will count toward your grade.  
Jan. 11 
2.1 Rates of Change Lecture examples 01/11 Old background test 
2.1 #18, 1119odd, 2329 odd, 26. Solution of the old background test (pages 1,2,3) Solution of page 4 
My video lectures 1/13 and 1/15 from Spring 2015
(see link above this table). Watch before the Jan. 11 class and take notes. 

Jan 16 
1.1 Limits (intuitive) Diagnostic test 
1.1. # 1, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13a, 1723 odd – 11th edition; Same #s for
10th edition 
My video lecture from 1/20. 
You may find useful the website of
D. Kouba
from UC Davis containing stepbystep solutions to Calculus problems. 
Jan 18 
1.2 Computing limits 1.3 Limits at infinity Worksheet 01/18 
1.2 # 39odd, 1537odd, 20, 26 – 11th edition; Same #s for 10th edition 1.3 #15odd, 931odd, 35, 36, 38 – 11th edition (or #15odd, 931odd, 43, 44, 46 – 10th edition) 
My video lecture from 1/22.  The statement and proof of Junk rule is a
potential exam question. This excel file contains your score on the diagnostic case. First column has your first 5 digits of Panther ID. This is the answer key for the diagnostic test. 
Jan. 23  part of 1.6 Trig. limits 
1.6 # 1131odd, 28, 30  11th edition; (or # 1737odd, 36, 60  10th edition) 
My video lecture from 1/27.  Each of the steps of the proof of Theorem 1.6.5 (a) is a potential exam question. 
Jan. 25 
Worksheet 01/25 1.4 Rigorous def. of limit 
1.4 #1721 all, 27*,29*, 31*; Same #s for 10th edition 
My video lecture from 1/29  You may find useful the website of
D. Kouba
from UC Davis containing stepbystep solutions to Calculus problems. In particular, look over his epsilondelta solved problems. 
Jan. 30 
1.5 Continuity, IVT Worksheet 01/30 
1.5 #15 all, 731 odd, 3335 all, 44*, 47, 48*, 56*  My video lecture from 2/3  Quiz 1 on Thu, Feb. 1 from
sections 1.2, 1.3, 1.6 (first part), 1.4. Extra office hours: Wednesday, Jan. 31, 13pm. 
Feb. 1 
Quiz 1 Rest of 1.6 
Solution key for Quiz 1 1.6 #111 odd, 1735 odd, 30, 32, 40, 43, 46*, 49, 50, 51*, 52*, 67 (a,b),68(a,b) 
My video lecture from 2/5 
Exam 1 on Thursday, Feb. 8 . It covers sections 1.1 through 1.6, plus section 2.1. Possible theoretical topics on Exam 1: Proof of quadratic formula; Proof of Theorem 1.2.2 (a) (done in class); Proof of Theorem 1.6.5 (a) (one of the steps); Proof of Junk Rule; one of the suggested starred exercises. 
Feb. 6  2.2
The derivative function Review for Exam 1 
2.2 #117odd, 23, 25, 26, 2730all, 33, 41, 42, 47*, 49* (do after Exam
1) 
Searching my website, you'll
find exams from past semesters (go to the previously taught courses link and then see the topics and assigments pages of various semesters). Working on past exams is helpful, but the ideal practice is to solve as many of the suggested homework problems as possible. Each such problem may be an exam question. Extra office hours: Wednesday, Feb. 7, 13pm. 

Feb. 8  Exam 1  Solution key for Exam 1  
Feb. 13 
2.3 Basic deriv. rules 2.4 Product & Quotient rules 
2.3 #123odd, 2939odd, 51*, 53*, 55*, 57*, 70* 2.4 #117odd, 2533odd, 35*, 36*, 37, 38*, 3942all 
My video lecture from 2/17  
Feb. 15 
2.5 Deriv. of trig. functions Worksheet 02/15 
2.5 #115odd, 21, 25,27a), 31, 32, 3537all, 39, 44* 
My video lecture from 2/19  
Feb. 20 
2.6 Chain Rule 
2.6 #121odd,2733odd,43,46,61,63,64,67, 80*, 83*  My video lecture from 2/24  Quiz 2 is moved to Thu. Feb. 22. Covers sections 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6. 
Feb. 22 
3.2 Deriv. logs 3.3 Deriv. exp Worksheet 02/22 Quiz 2 
3.2 #127 odd, 31, 3541odd, 45*, 47* 3.3 #1553 odd, 7174, 77*, 78*, 79*, 7*, 9*, 10* (for 7, 9, 10 also show the function is 11) Solution key for quiz 2 
My video lecture from 2/26  
Feb. 27  Rest of 3.3 Deriv of inv. trig 
3.3 #1553 odd, 7174, 77*, 78*, 79*, 7*, 9*, 10* (for 7, 9, 10 also show the function is 11) 
My video lectures from 3/3 and 3/5.  
Mar. 1 
3.1 Implicit Diff. 3.4 Rel. Rates Worksheet 03/01 
3.1 #113odd, 19, 25, 27, 29*, 33* 3.4 #5,7,8,12,13,1720all,24,29,32,45* 
Exam 2 on Thursday, March 8, covers sections 2.22.6, 3.13.4. Possible theoretical topics (proofs) one or two of these will be on the exam: use logarithmic differentiation to prove either the product rule, quotient rule, or power rule; proof for the derivatives of sin x, cos x using the limit definition (getting formulae (3) or (4) from 2.5); proof of the formulae of inverse trig. functions (getting one of the formulae (912) in 3.3). 

Mar. 6  Review for exam 2 
Chap. 2 Review: 1520all, 25*,26*,27*,2832all, 33,35*. Chap. 3 Review: 35all,7,10,12, 1535odd, 32,40,45*,49. 
Searching my website, you'll
find exams from past semesters (go to the previously taught courses link and then see the topics and assigments pages of various semesters).Working on past exams is helpful, but the ideal practice is to solve as many of the suggested homework problems as possible. Each such problem may be an exam question. Extra office hours: Wednesday, Mar. 7, 13pm. 

Mar. 8  3.5 Loc. lin. approx. Exam 2 
3.5 #19odd,23,27,29,34,51,55,63,67 (do after exam 2) 
