# Homework Assignments Math 130       Spring 2015

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HOMEWORK SCHEDULE
Unless announced otherwise by email (by me or your TA), your Monday quiz questions will be VERY similar to, or equal to, assigned homework problems for the sections listed in the schedule of work above for the previous week. Homework will not be collected.

FIRST DAY OF CLASS QUIZ
The first day of class is Monday Jan. 26. There will be a quiz (graded for credit, as usual). The problems will be equal to or very similar to the problems from the review sections 1,2,3,4 and 6 listed below.

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Below, for example x.y:z indicates Problem z in Section y of Chapter x of our text, the second edition of Greenwell et al, Calculus for the Life Sciences.
• R.1: 1,2,7,11,21,23
• R.2: 1,5,6,21,31
• R.3: 2,4,7,13,14,27,29
• R.4: 1,5,729
• R.4: 21: give an exact solution using the quadratic formula (for the approximation to three places)
• R.4: 9,11 Solve the follwing both ways: by factoring and using the quadratic formula
• R.6: 1,3,5,9,13,15, 21,17,29,33,37,45

• 1.1:
Math: 1,5,9,13,15,19,29,44, 45,51,59
Life: 71abc, 73, 76-80, 86,87
• 1.3:
Math: (see "Agreement on Domains" p.33) 17,21,33,34,57,59
Life+: 72,73

• 2.1:
Math: 3-11, 13, 15, 17, 25 , 29-32
(for 29-32 get the correct point at x=0 and have the graph be correct for inc vs. dec and concave up vs. down)
Life: 37,38, 45ab, 46abc, 47
• 2.2 Math: 5,7 - 35 odd; for 37, 39 translate to an expression involving only natural logs (no other base); 51,55, 65, 69
• 2.2 Life: 75, 76, 84, 86, 90
• 2.3 Math: 4,5
• 2.3 Life: 7, 8, 15, 21, 27
• 2.4 Math: 1,3, 9, 10, 11, 21-24; 25-31 (just do cos and sin); 33-51 odd; 63-64
• 2.4 Life: 77, 83

• 3.1 Math: 1-12, 17 (fill in the table; also factor the numerator to justify the answer); 19; 23-61 odd
• 3.1 Life: 89, 91, 92, 95, 96 (the constants E and a are positive numbers)
• 3.2 Math: 1-21,23,25,27; Life: 38,39, 44f,46abi
• 3.3 Math: 1,6,7, 15, 16; Life: 32,33,35,36
• 3.4 Math: 1abce,3,7,8,21,23,35-41; Life: 49,51,54
• 6.5 Math: 2,5,9; Life: 22-25

• 4.1 Math: 1,2,5,7, 9, 11, 17, 23,24,26,30,32,33,37,39,42,45; Life: 51,52,57,65
• 4.2 Math: 1,3,5,9,11,15,21,25,29,33 Life: 41,42,44,46,47
• 4.3 Math: 1; 7 (in 7, also determine whether f(g(x)) = g(f(x)) when x=0), 11; 15,19,20 (in 15, 19, 20 write y as a function of u, and u as a function of x); 21, 23, 27,32,35, 37, 43,44, 45,47,49 Life: 56-59, 61
• 4.4 Math: 1,2,6,7,13, 21, 23, 35, 39, Life: 40,41,43,47, 54, 56, 59, 61abc
• 4.5 Math: 1,2,5,7,9,17,23,25,27,33,37, 41,47,52 Life: 57 (for 57, can you give some lower and upper bound to the interval of temperatures for which the formula might be valid?), 61, 62 (for 62c, it is easier to differentiate the given formula for log y, and then solve the result for y'),63,65 (the first place award to a 1933 Japan earthquake is puzzling -- see the Wikipedia article -- do parts a,b also for the incredible 1960 Valdivia earthquake, magnitude 9.5)
• Sec. 4.6 Math: 1-25 odd, 27-29, 31,32 Life: 37, 39abcd

• Sec. 5.1 Math: 1,2,7-12,13, 15, 17,19,21, 29,31,37,38,39,42 Life: 51,53, 55,56,61,63
• Sec. 5.2 Math: 1,2,7-12, 13, 15,17,19,23,25,29,31,33,38 Life: 43,44,47,49
• Sec. 5.3: Math: 1,3,7,9,11,13,15,27,29-39,41,51,57-60,63,65,68,69,70 Life+: 78-80,85,91, 97,101
• Sec. 5.4: Math: 5,7,11,13,15,21,23,25 Life: 44, 45, 46, 47

• Sec. 6.1: Math: 10,11,13,15,17,21,25,27,29,33,37,39,42 Life: 47b,50 More: 51-53,54ab
• Sec. 6.2: 1,3,5,6,9,10,17,20,21,25,27,37,38,40,43,44
• Sec. 6.3: Math: 1-19 odd, 24,25,27,29,31,39,40,42 Life: 46ab,47,50
• Sec. 6.4: 1,11,12,13, 18,11,15,21,22,23,24,27,29,30,31,35,36

• Sec. 7.1: Math:1-47 odd Life: 47-51 More: 57,60,61,62
• Sec. 7.2: 3-57 odd Life: 61,63
• Sec. 7.3: 2,4,5abd,11abm13ab, 17a,18b,19, 31,32,34,38abd
• Sec. 7.4: 1-35 odd,49, 51, 39,41, 47, 53 Life: 63, 66, 68, 71, 75-77, 79,83
• Sec. 7.5: 1,7,9,19,25 Life: 31a,33,37

• Sec. 8.3: 1,7,9,15, 23!, 24, 25, 31, 34, 35 (Hint: what is the derivative of tan x ?), 38