## This page gives a weekly summary of deadlines, due dates, and dates for quizzes and exams.  The page will be expanded with more precise information as the quarter progresses. Students should use this page as their main reference to know what is going on each week and what resources are available/required for that week.

The Syllabus and the Textbook as well as Answers to ODD numbered homework problems and ALL review problems in the Chapter Review section of each chapter are posted on the Math 11 homepage.

Quiz & Exam Dates

• There will be a quiz or an exam almost every week during the quarter
• Quiz and Exam dates will be announced in class ahead of time and will be posted on the schedule page on the website once determined as they approach
• This is a 5 day per week class and quizzes or exams may be scheduled for any day of the week, including Fridays.
Students should expect to attend class daily to be available for quizzes and exams, which may NOT be made up on another day.
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Schedule

### Week 1 1/7-1/11 2019

#### See Chapter 1 Resources and Assignments page  for:

• Web Handouts for Chapter 1 applications (word) problems done in class
• Additional Web Handouts containing the complete solutions to all the problems on the web handouts discussed above .  For additional practice, you should do the examples that we did not do in class and check your solutions to those posted.
• Chapter 1 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do from the textbook

### Week 2 1/14-1/18 2019

#### QUIZ #1 WED 1/16: Chapter 1 Linear Models

You need a calculator to help you with basic arithmetic for this quiz.
You need a straight edge (ruler, ID, or similar) to draw straight lines when you are graphing
You are NOT permitted any notes for this quiz.
Do assigned Chapter 1 homework to prepare for this quiz.  See Chapter 1 Resources and Assignments page and see Week 1 of schedule, when we covered this material

See Chapter 2 Resources and Assignments page  for:

• Chapter 2 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Links to Video Examples for Gauss Jordan Elimination using matrices and row operations to solve systems of linear equations
• How to quickly check answers to a system of linear equations on your calculator

• Last Day to Add: Sat 1/19
• Last Day to Drop: Sun 1/20

### Week 3 1/21-1/25 2019

#### Exam #1 Friday 1/25: Bring your calculator - you need its matrix capabilities

Chapter 1 Sections 1.1-1.5 : Linear Models (emphasis on word problems 1.3 -1.5)
Chapter 2 Sections 2.1-2.4 : Matrices
We are not covering sections 2.5 and 2.6 - they will not be on the exam.

#### Practice Quiz for Chapter 2.1-2.4 / Solutions

Do the practice quiz to self assess your understanding of the Matrix topics for the exam.
The practice quiz is not included in your grade.  You do not turn it in.  Use it for studying for exam.
Quiz document and quiz key document (pdf files) should open in a new window or tab.

#### See Chapter 2 Resources and Assignments page  for:

• Chapter 2 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Links to Video Examples for Gauss Jordan Elimination using matrices and row operations to solve systems of linear equations
• How to quickly check answers to a system of linear equations on your calculator

#### See Chapter 3 & 4 Resources and Assignments page  for:

• Chapter 3 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Template Worksheet for solving Linear Programs using the geometric method
Print a couple of copies of this template and bring to class for taking notes and doing examples in Chapter 3

### Week 4 1/29-2/1 2019

#### Quiz #2  Linear Programming -Friday 2/1 - covers the following:

• Chapter 3 Solving one linear program by graphing (10 points)

• 2 variables only
• may be max or min (not sure yet which)
• practice Sections 3.1 and 3.2 homework
• you can do section 3.3 review questions if you need additional practice
• Ch 3/4: Writing word problems in linear program form (but do not solve)(10 points total, 2 questions)

• may have 2 or 3 variables,
• may be max or min
• may have various types of constraints
• practice Chapter 4 Assignment PART A for writing the mathematical models for the linear programs

Wed. &  and Thurs. this week:  Chapter 4 Optimization/Linear Programming by Simplex Method

#### See Chapter 3 & 4 Resources and Assignments page  for:

• Chapter 3 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Template Worksheet for solving Linear Programs using the geometric method
Print & use for taking notes and doing class examples & homework in Chapter 3
• Chapter 4 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Link to Online Simplex Method tool for Linear Programming - good for checking your homework
• Video examples for graphing (Ch 3) and simplex method (Ch 4) to solve linear programs

#### See instructor in class this week to get APIVOT program for TI-83+ and TI-84+ calculators

• This program helps us with the row operation calculations needed to solve Linear Programs with the Simplex Method in Chapter 4.
• This programs runs on only TI-83+ and TI-84+ calculators.
• If you are using any other calculator, this program will not work on your calculator.  You can borrow TI-83+ or TI-84+calculators from Library Reserve to practice and use for exams to solve linear programs using the simplex method.

#### College Deadline Fri. 2/1 - Last day to elect Pass/NoPass

Elect P/NP in person at Admissions and Records - they are generally closed on Friday afternoons, so go Friday morning or earlier in the week if you wish to elect this option.

### Week 5 2/4-2/8 2019

#### Linear Programming Lab Due Wed 2/6 at start of class.

email the instructor for a copy if you were absent and need a copy of the alternate version of the lab.
The lab can not be posted on the website.
The instructor will send you a copy if you email before Tues 9pm.

#### Exam 2 Chapters 3 and 4 Linear Programming :  FRIDAY 2/8

• This exam will have very few questions as they can be time consuming.
• 5 questions
• 2 problems to do the math to solve: one graphical linear program, one simplex method standard maximum linear program
• 3 problems interpreting word problems into linear program mathematically (objective function and inequality constraints) and interpreting solutions to problems if given the final simplex tableau (but you do not do the graph or simplex to solve them).
• If you need practice problems for the Exam, try review sections 3.3 min and max problems for graphical method and section 4.4 max problems for simplex method.

• Exam corresponds to chapter 3 homework and to chapter 4 homeworks 4A, 4B, 4C (but NOT 4D)
(Because we did a lab for minimization by simplex, then we did not do DUALITY in chapter 4.3 so skip assignment 4D and the DUAL from 4D is not on this exam)

#### See Chapter 3 & 4 Resources and Assignments page  for :

• Chapter 3 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Template worksheet for Geometric Method for Solving Linear Programming problems
• Chapter 4 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook
• Link to Online Simplex Method tool for Linear Programming - good for checking your homework
• Video examples for graphing (Ch 3) and simplex method (Ch 4) to solve linear programs

#### See Chapter 5 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapter 5 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook

#### Chapter 5 Graphing Worksheet Due: due WED.  2/13 : Download here - print and do the the work ON THE WORKSHEET.

• Opens in a new window or tab
• If you don't do it on this worksheet, the most you can earn is 10 points out of 12 - print it out and don't wait for the last minute to print it in case something comes up that your printer resources are not available at the last minute.

### Week 6 2/11-2/15 2019

#### We start this week with section 5.5.

• If you were absent on Mon. 2/11, we covered Strategies C and D from equation solving in Section 5.5
• These equation solving skills are very important.
• Read the textbook to catch up on what you missed- the classroom presentation is very close to the textbook presentation.

Students should be working on homework from 5.1, 5.3, 5.5 to prepare for the quiz on Thursday

• We will also cover sections 5.2 and 5.4 this week, after we complete 5.5
• If you need tutorial help with chapter 5, see the Precalculus tutors if there are not tutors available specifically for finite math.
• We will start chapter 6 finance this week.

#### Chapter 5 Graphing Worksheet Due: due WED.  2/13 : Download here - print and do the the work ON THE WORKSHEET.

• Opens in a new window or tab
• If you don't do it on this worksheet, the most you can earn is 10 points out of 12 - print it out and don't wait for the last minute to print it in case something comes up that your printer resources are not available at the last minute.

#### See Chapter 5 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapter 5 List of Assigned Homework Problems to do in the textbook

#### See Chapter 6 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapter 6 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

•  Notes for Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) - how it works & example of calculations

• Section 6.6 and 6.7 Financial Calculations Review Document - review questions from section 6.6, 6.7 and answers

### Week 7 2/18-2/22 2019

#### No classes  Mon.2/18 - President's Day Holidays - campus is closed

Tuesday - finish any loose ends on section 6.2, if any, AND cover Section 6.3
Wednesday - Section 6.4
Thursday & Friday Section 6.5

#### Quiz Chapter 6 this week - FRIDAY 2/22: Financial Calculations Sections 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4

• You are permitted one half page 2 sided of notes for this quiz, handwritten (not photocopied or downloaded or printed out from any source)
• You may write whatever you want in your notes, as long as you write it into the notes yourself.
• If you prefer, you can use one page one sided, but instructor will come look at your page of notes to verify that it is one side only.
• A full page is 8.5 by 11 inches (use 1 side only)
• A half page is 8.5 by 5.5 inches (you can use 2 sides)
• Follow rules for notes or you will not be permitted notes for future exams or quizzes.

#### See Chapter 6 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapter 6 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

•  Section 6.6 and 6.7 Financial Calculations Review Document - review questions from section 6.6, 6.7 and answers

#### Worksheet #1 ANNUITY/LOAN FORMULA WORKSHEET is here - it is fast and worth 8 points.DUE MONDAY 2/25.

• Print it out, and follow instructions on worksheet
• Worksheet #1 explores the process of finding accumulated or present value of an annuity step by step (similar to what we did in class on Tues at start of 6.3)
• Then you use the appropriate formula to verify that the formula duplicates the process
• Intended to take the "magic" out of the formula - now you have hands on practice to know what the formula does for you.

#### Worksheet #2 Amortization Schedule Worksheet was given out in class on 2/22:  (10 points):DUE FRIDAY 3/1

• Do the work on the worksheet and hand in the work on the worksheet.
• Instructions are on reverse side of the worksheet
• Section 6.5 also contains an example and explanation of amortization schedules
• This worksheet has individual data for each student, so it can not be posted online.
You need to see the instructor to get the worksheet.
• Students may work together to figure out what types of calculations to do, etc, but you must each hand in your own worksheet with your own individualized data that you received from the instructor.  Since all the worksheets have different data overall, you can not copy the numerical answers from somebody elses's worksheet - their answer will not be correct for your worksheet.
We may also do a home purchase mortgage worksheet.  If we do, it will also be distributed in class with individual data.
It is not certain yet if we are doing this worksheet or not this quarter.

### Week 8 2/25-3/1

#### Exam #3: WED 2/27 Chapter 5 : Exponential Growth & Decay models / Exponential & Log FunctionsChapter 6 : Financial Calculations

Important information for this exam:

53 points Chapter 6; 30 points Chapter 5 - Total of 83 points out of 80 are possible.

• What is guaranteed NOT to be on the exam:
• Discount and Proceeds from section 6.1 - all other simple interest calculations may be on the exam
• Amortization Schedule from 6.5 - all other topics in 6.5 will be on the exam
• Anything else from Chapter 5 (5.1-5.5) or Chapter 6 (6.1 - 6.5) CAN asked be on this exam.
• You may have a note page for this exam
• Either 1/2 page 2 sided handwritten by you (8.5 by 5.5 inches - two sides)
• Or 1 page 1 side only handwritten by you (8.5 by 11 inches - one side only)
• You absolutely need your calculator for this exam - remember to bring it!!!
• Chapter 6 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework
• Financial Calculations Review Document - review questions from section 6.6, 6.7 and answers

#### Reminder DUE THIS WEEK: 2 Worksheets for Financial Mathematics

Annuity Process and Formula Worksheet -   DUE MON. 2/25 THIS WEEK - see link in week 8 to download this

Amortization Schedule Worksheet (10 points) - DUE FRIDAY 3/1 THIS WEEK.
See instructor to get a copy of the worksheet if you did not get one when it is/was first distributed in class.
It has individualized data and can not be posted online.

Possibly a Home Purchase Mortgage Worksheet  (this is not certain)

#### See Chapter 7 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•   Chapter 7 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

#### Where we are at the end of this week 3/1

• We completed sections 7.1, 7.2
• We mostly completed section 7.3 (covered all concepts, but could use a couple more examples)
• We will do a couple more examples in 7.3 on Monday and then also move on to 7.4 on Monday.

#### College Deadline to withdraw with W - Friday 3/1

The college enforces this deadline - do not miss it if you need to withdraw from any class.
Admissions and Records (A&R) is usually closed on Friday afternoons - if you need to withdraw, it is recommended that you do it before Friday afternoon in case you have a problem and need assistance from A&R

### Week 9 3/4-3/8 2019

#### NO QUIZ THIS WEEK.

We will start by doing a couple of additional examples relating to section 7.3 on Monday.
We will then move on to cover section 7.4 on Monday.
In chapter 7 this week we will cover sections 7.1 though 7.6
(We will skip section 7.7 which is not required for this course.)
We will start Chapter 8 probability this week after we finish section 7.6

Probability Notes for Chapter 8 and 9 - select one version from below - same content different formats

It is highly recommended that you print out the Probability Notes and bring to class to take notes for Chapters 8 and 9 Probability topics

#### See Chapter 7 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•   Chapter 7 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

#### See Chapter 8,9 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapters 8 & 9 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework
•  Link to Video example for Bayes' Theorem Section 9.2

### Week 10 3/11-3/15 2019

#### Quiz #5 Wednesday

Covers 7.1 - 7.6 and 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, and conditional probability from 8.4

You are permitted one half page of notes two sided, ( or equivalently, 1 page, 1 side only) - similar to notes rule for our past exam and quiz.

We completed chapter 9 sections 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 this week (are now done with everything in the chapter 8 and 9 probability notes -  see the chapter 8 and 9 resources page).
We are not covering section 9.4.  We have already done a lot of probability with trees in section 9.2 so are skipping and not covering section 9.4

#### See Chapter 8,9 Resources and Assignments page   for:

•  Chapters 8 & 9 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework
•  Link to Video example for Bayes' Theorem Section 9.2
• Chapter 8 & 9 probability class notes (these are the notes outline, not the completed notes.  If you were absent get completed notes from a classmate or take a picture of instructor's completed notes in class.

### Week 11 3/18-3/22 2019

#### Exam #4 Tuesday 3/19  Chapters 7, 8, 9Sets, Counting, and Probability

• Sections 7.1-7.6, 8.1-8.1, 9.1-9.3
• You are permitted one whole page two sided of notes for this exam.
• We did not cover section 7.7 or 9.4, so those two sections will not be on the exam.
• Instructor has office hours Monday morning and afternoon if you have questions and need help
• Statistics Tutors are the best source of help in the Tutorial Center S43, if you can not find a finite math tutor.  Statistics tutors are familiar with a lot but maybe not all of the material in Chapters 7, 8, 9.  Instructor is the best source of help if you can't find helpful tutors for this class in the tutorial center.

#### See Chapter 8,9 Resources and Assignments page   for:

•  Chapters 8 & 9 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework
•  Link to Video example for Bayes' Theorem Section 9.2

#### See Chapter 7 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•   Chapter 7 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

Remember that the last section of each chapter has additional problems for review if you are looking for extra practice for the exam.  The answers to all review problems are in the "Student Supplement" that you can download from the main Math 11 homepage.

#### See Chapter 10 Resources and Assignments page  for:

•  Chapter 10 List of Assigned Problems to do for homework

### Week 12 3/25-3/29 2019

#### FINAL EXAM WEEK.

• No regular classes this week.
• All classes have final exams only.
• Check the college  Final Exam schedule for exam day and time!

#### For Winter 2019, the final exam is Thursday 3/28 from 9:15 am - 11:15 pm

• You are permitted 2 pages of notes, 2 sided, written in your own handwriting, for the final exam.
• The notes are collected with the final exam.  Exam papers and notes are NOT returned to students.    If you want to keep a copy of your exam notes, please photocopy them, scan them or take a picture BEFORE the final exam. See instructor during office hours during the following quarter if you want to see your final exam paper but you can not copy it or keep it - you can only look at it in the office.

Final Exam

Thus 3/28 : 9:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Our final exam is EARLIER than our regular class time.
Plan your schedule accordingly to arrive on time for the final exam.
Otherwise you will NOT get the whole 2 hours for the final exam, if you arrive late.

• You are permitted 1 page of notes 2 sided for the final exam, notes must be handwritten in your own handwriting, not copied or downloaded from somewhere.
• You need your calculator for the final exam.
• The final exam is cumulative and covers all chapters.

For the topics in Ch 2 & 4 where matrix manipulations take more time, the final exam questions are shorter to do than questions on those topics on our midterm exam.

#### Review List of Final Exam Topics

This list may be updated as the final exams approach, depending on what we covered in class this quarter.

• Chapter 1: Linear Models
Sections 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 heavy emphasis on word/application problems from 1.3, 1.4, 1.5
You do not need to know parametric equations of lines from Section 1.1
• Chapter 2: Matrices:
Sections 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
(but not 2.5 or 2.6)
• Chapters 3 Linear Programming Geometric: 3.1 and 3.2 - one linear programming graphing problem will be on the final exam - it may be a max problem or a min problem - not yet determined.
Chapter 4 Linear Programming Simplex Method :
Solving a problem with the simple method for Standard Max Problems: Section 4.2
Writing linear programs from word problems, which could include minimum or maximum problems and could include mixed constraints
interpreting the final solution matrix for a standard max problem
• Chapter 5: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions: Sections 5.1 - 5.5
• Chapter 6: Finance Sections 6.1 - 6.5
The only thing in this chapter that will definitely NOT be on the final exam is to do an amortization schedule.
• Chapter 7:  Sets and Counting
Sections 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6
(but not section 7.7)
• Chapters 8 and 9: Probability
Sections 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5
Sections 9.1, 9.2, 9.3
(but not section 9.4)
• Chapter 10 Markov Chains
10.1 Intro to Markov Chains
10.3 Markov Chains with equilibrium/steady state
10.4 Markov chains with absorbing states