## Homework problems

Rule: You do 12 problems for each homework assignment (There're 8 HWs). All the problems have to be chosen from the list below. Do at least one problem (you pick) in each specified range (they are separated by ";"). If there is only one problem in that range, you have to do it. Please also label (1),...,(12) for the grader to count easily.

It may be a good idea that you pick odd-numbered problems in the range, because you may find the short answers in the book. You get full credits by completing all 12 problems (but don't have to be fully correct). The grader would still point out the errors he/she found. Welcome to ask me questions about hw problems if you get stuck.

• HW1
9.1 1-10; 11-12; 13-16
9.2 1-10; 15-18; 19-21
9.3 2-10; 15-22; 29-32
9.4 1; 7-13; 19-24

• HW2
9.4 27-30; 39
9.5 1; 2-5; 6-10; 11-16; 17-20; 21-32; 39-42; 45-52
9.6 5-8 (Only do 11 problems this week; I counted wrong)

• HW3
10.1 15-18
10.2 1; 9-14; 15-18; 21-24; 31-32; 33-38; 48-51
6.4 7-12; 13-16
10.3 1-6; 7-9 (use calculator or wolfram alpha)

• HW4
8.1 5-10; 11-20; 21-26; 27-34; 49-52
8.2 9; 11-14; 15-18; 19-24; 25-30
8.3 5; 6-8

• HW5
8.3 9-10; 11-14; 15-22; 23-30; 33-34
8.4 3-10; 14-16; 21-26; 27-32
8.5 3-6; 7-10; 11-14

• HW6
8.5 15-18; 19-23; 25; 27
8.6 3-10; 11 (Hint for (c): multiply x^2 to each term in (b)); 13-18
8.7 5-10; 11-12; 13-18; 21-24; 25-34

• HW7
8.7 39-42; 59-66
8.8 3-8(no need to graph); 11-18
11.2 5-6; 7; 10; 14
11.3 15-18; 19-38; 39-42; 59-64

• HW8
11.4 1-6
11.5 1-6; 7-12
11.6 4-6; 7-10
11.7 5-16; 27-32
11.8 5-17; 18-19
6.3 3-7
That's 10 problems; the last problem (which is worth 2 pts):
Design a problem for your classmate (from chap 8/9/10/11). I might have a chance to put the problem into the final exam.
Please turn in the last problem in a separate sheet.