Topic 1: Polar Coordinates
Topic 2: Infinite Series
 Infinite Series (Salas & Hille Sections 13.113.2)
 SHW 12: Exercises 118, 2736, 43, 44, 46, pp. 655656.
 SHW 13: Exercises 129 (odd), pp. 663664.
 Quiz 2 is Wednesday, January 25, 2006.
 SHW 14: Exercises 133 (odd), pp. 668669.
 Quiz 3 is Wednesday, February 8, 2006.
 pseries Paper Due: Tuesday, February 21, 2006.
 SHW 15: Exercises 123 (odd), pp. 674.
 SHW 16: Exercises 120 (all), pp. 685686.
 SHW 17: Exercises 127 (odd), pp. 690691.
 Calculus Exploration 14 (mws file) Taylor Polynomials  The Movie
Weeks of April 3 & 10, 2006
 Challenge Problem. (Bonus)
Consider SHW6B Answers (this is from the other calc class). In each exercise we computed the
Average Value of the function between its two xintercepts. Further, in each case the Average
Value of the given function between its two xintercepts turned out to be exactly 2/3 of the
maximum value of the function between its two xintercepts.
Question 1. Is this last statement in red always true for any function ?
Show that the answer to this question is "no" by finding a counterexample.
Question 2. Possibly the statement in red is true for all functions that are "like" the functions
in the answers to SHW6B ? Answer this question by proving or disproving it.
 SHW 18: Slope Field Exercises (pdf file)  Nancy Stephenson
 SHW 19: Calculus Exploration 15A (mws file) Visualizing Slope Fields
 SHW 20: Calculus Exploration 15B (mws file) Visualizing Euler's Method
 SHW 21: More DE Exercises
