## Math 30 Homework Assignments

These homework problems are to be solved using MathXpert, and submitted one problem at a time as you work them, using the Submit button you see when you finish the problem. The due time is midnight on the due date. Late problems are also accepted, but it takes two late problems to count the same as one on-time problem.

Normally you can expect the due dates to be three to five days after the relevant lecture, and you can expect two or three due dates per week. The intention here is to help you maintain a steady workflow, rather than working for several hours late Sunday night, for example. Calculus is difficult, and you should plan on working constantly throughout the semester.

Reminder: one time only, you need to go to the Options menu of MathXpert and choose Turn On WebGrades. Only then will you see the Submit as Homework button when you finish working a problem. (If you use more than one computer you'll need to do it on each computer, one time only.)

Assignment number Due Date MathXpert topic Problem Numbers
1 Sept. 4 Precalculus | Advanced Algebra | Simplification Review 15-44, your choice of any 15 problems
2 Sept. 6 Basic Trigonometry | Simplify Trig Expression 1-50, your choice of any 15 problems
3 Sept. 8 Logs and Exponentials | Simplify logs and powers your choice of any 10 problems
4 Sept. 10 Calculus | Simple limits your choice of any 20 problems
5 Sept. 13 Calculus | Limits of trig functions your choice of any 20 problems
6 Sept. 15 Calculus | Limits of rational functions your choice of any 20 problems
7 Sept. 17 Calculus | Infinite limits your choice of any 20 problems
8 Sept. 19 Calculus | Limits at infinity your choice of any 20 problems
9 Oct. 4 Differentiate Polynomials Any 14 chosen from 1-28
10 Oct. 6 Basic Differentiation Rules Any 20 chosen from 1-28
11 Oct. 8 Basic Differentiation Rules Any 20 chosen from 29-56
12 Oct. 11 Differentiate Trig Functions Any 21 of 1-48. Note that 22-48 may require the chain rule, but 1-21 do not.
13 Oct. 13 Chain rule Any 20 chosen from 1-56
14 Oct. 16 Differentiate exponentials (under Calculus 2) Any 20 chosen from 1-47
15 Oct. 18 Implicit differentiation Any 20 chosen from 1-49
16 Oct. 20 Differentiate logarithms (under Calculus 2) Any 12 chosen from 1-24
17 Oct. 22 Logarithmic differentiation (under Calculus 2) Any 8 chosen from 1-20
18 Nov. 5 None, this is written homework, not MathXpert homework. No late submissions accepted. Due at the start of class. Assignment 18
19 Nov. 14 This is written homework, not MathXpert homework. No late submissions accepted. Due at the start of class. Assignment 19
20 Nov. 19 Calculus 2 | Differentiate hyperbolic functions your choice of any 20 problems
21 Nov. 28 Calculus 1 | Differentiation | Maxima and Minima your choice of any 20 problems
22 Dec. 7---no late problems accepted Calculus 2 | Limits | L'Hospital's rule your choice of any 20 problems numbered 11-69

If you want to see exactly which problems you have successfully submitted for a particular assignment then use this form. You can enter either your email address or your secret number; you don't need to enter both.

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