Honor 2201, Fall 2005, Practice Problems

Practice problems are recommended to be practiced for quizzes and exams.
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Sec.11.1: 1-13(all), 15, 17
Sec.11.2:  
1,3,8(a), 11, 14(a), and the hand-out problems
More infinite series : examples given in class

Sec.8.1: 1,3,9,17
Sec.8.2:  
1,3,7,9,17
Sec.8.3: 3,5,7,8,9 (8 is covered in class)

Sec.9.1:
 9,13,19
Sec.9.4: 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,21
Sec.9.3: 1,9
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Sec.1.1:  3, 13, 15, 17, 25
Sec.1.2:  3, 7, 9, 10, 15, 17

Sec.1.3:  5, 7, 13
Sec.1.4:  3, 5, 9, 15, 23
Sec.1.5:  1, 3, 5, 7
Sec.1.6:  5, 11, 19
Sec.1.7:  11, 3
Sec.1.8:
  3, 5, 9, 19            
Sec.1.9:  3, 5, 7
Sec.1.10: 7, 9,11,17, 23

Sec.2.1:  3, 14,19(for part #14 (b), find f'(1) by using both the limit definition and a smaller interval method)
Sec.2.2:
 1, 3, 19, 21, 13, 27(use the limit definition to find f'(x))
Sec.2.3:  9(b), 11(b), 13, 17
Sec.2.4: 1,2,3,5,7,11,13, (18), 23,24(#18 is discussed in class)

Sec.2.5: 1,3,13

Sec.3.1:
1-19(odd numbered ones), 35, 39, 41
Sec.3.2: 1-21(odd numbered ones), 31,37(#37 is important)  
Sec.3.3: 1-29(odd)
Sec.3.4: 3-27(odd)
Sec.3.5:
1-17(odd), 21


Sec.4.1 :  1,3,5,9,11,13,21 (13 and 21 are important)
Sec.4.2 :  5,7,9,11,17 (
Here, solve everything algebraically and graph in a way that we did in class without any graphing calculators)
Sec.4.3 :   3, 5,12, 13
Sec.4.4 :  3, 4(except graph), 9(use that Revenue=Price x Quantity)
Sec.4.5 :  1,3,5,11

Sec.5.1:  1,3,7,9
Sec.5.2:  
1, 3(a), 5(a),9,11,13,15(using the formula), 25
Sec.5.3:  1,2,4,5,7,10,12,15,17,27,29(a)(Solutions to even-numbered: #2:8, #4:84, #10:1/12, #12:9/2) and examples given in class
Sec.5.4:  Examples given in class
Sec.5.5: 1,4,5,12(12 is discussed in class)


Sec.6.1: 1,3,5,9,11,13,19
Sec.1.7:  5,7,9
Sec.6.3:  5,7

Sec.7.1: all odd numbered problems

Sec.7.2:
all odd numbered problems
Sec.7.3: 1-25 (odd), 29,35,38 and examples given in class
Sec.7.4: 1,3,5,9(a), 11(a),13,17


Sec.10.1:
  3,7,12,13 (solution 12(a):inc, dec, respectively. 12(b) W=4
Sec.10.2:  
1,3,11,12,13,15,17  ( solution12: k=-0.03. C can be any  number.)
Sec.10.3:   3,5,7,15
Sec.10.4:  1, 3, 5, 7,11
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