Math 108: Calculus I for Business, Social Sciences and Life Sciences

Taught by Dr. Lily Yen, fall 2018

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How to prepare for each lecture

Help

  1. My office hours.
  2. Math Learning Centre in Birch 289.
  3. Fourth hour activities:
    1. Microsoft's revenue and gas prices (with answers).
    2. Limits and continuity (with answers).
    3. Exercises on Applications of Rate of Change and Derivatives and the answers.
    4. Extra Exercises on Derivatives.
    5. More: Self-test on Derivatives (with answers).
    6. Exercises on Applied Optimization.
  4. Past tests. Since the calendar changes every term, the syllabus for each test varies slightly from term to term.
    Short Quiz 1
    Spring 2015. (with answers).
    Short Quiz 2
    Spring 2015 (with answers).
    Test 0
    Fall 2017 (with answers). Spring 2017 (with answers).
    Test 1
    Fall 2017 (with answers). Spring 2017 (with answers). Fall 2016 (with answers). Spring 2016 (with answers). Spring 2015 (with answers).
    Test 2
    Fall 2017 (with answers). Spring 2017 (with answers). Fall 2016 (with answers). Spring 2016 (with answers). Spring 2015 (with answers).
    Test 3
    Fall 2017 (with answers). Spring 2017 (with answers). Fall 2016 (with answers). Spring 2016 (with answers). Spring 2015 (with answers).
  5. A quick guide on Using a TI-83/84 for Statistical Data.
  6. Extra exercises on lines (with answers) and piecewise functions (with answers).
  7. Review problems for Math 105.

Capilano University, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and I have done everything possible to help you pass the course. Please do not fail us.

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Lecture Plan

September 7 2.1–2.6 Review
11 Must bring your TI-83 or 84 for Plotting and Modelling
14 3.1
18 3.2, 3.3
21 3.3, 3.4
25 3.4, 3.5
28 3.5, review for Test 1
October 2 Test 1 on Chapter 3 and modelling with graphing calculator
5 4.1
9 4.2, 4.3
12 4.4, 4.5
16 13.1, 13.2
19 13.2, 5.1
23 5.2, 5.3
26 5.4, review for Test 2
30 Test 2 on Chapters 4, 13, and 5
November 2 6.1, 6.2
6 6.2, 6.4
13 6.4, 6.5
16 6.5, 6.6
20 6.6, review for Test 3
23 Test 3 on Chapter 6
27 12.6
30 Review for final