Timothy Morris

timothy.morris@csus.edu
• Bachelors in Physics
• Ph.D. in Mathematics

# Derivative Examples

Sect 1: Mon, Wed, Fri in BRH 214 at 8:00 - 8:50
and Thurs in BRH 204 at 8:00-8:50

##### Homework
HW 1 due Fri Feb 5
Sec 1.3, Pg 28
5,8,12,15,20,24,28,30,32,34,38
HW 2 due Wed Feb 10
Sec 1.4, Pg 35,36
5,8,14,17,20,22,24
HW 3 due Mon Feb 22
Sec 1.5, Pg 44,45
12-20 evens
Sec 1.6, Pg 55,56
12-16 evens
Sec 2.1, Pg 69
2-12 evens
HW 4 due Wed Mar 9
Sec 2.3, Pg 84,85
3-8, 14-30 evens
Sec 2.4, Pg 94,95
8-28 evens

##### Announcements
• Test 2
• Derivatives
• The Shape of a Curve
• Know how to find absolute max and min values on a closed interval
• Know how to find local max and min values on an open interval
• Know how to determine intervals of increase and decrease
• Know how to determine intervals of concavity
• Know what critical points tell you
• Know what inflection points are and how to find them
• Given information about critical points, inflection points, concavity, etc., be able to sketch a graph
• Know what the mean value theorem tells you