Math 2210 Calculus III

Additional Practice Problems for the Test on Friday Nov. 16th - NOTE ROOM EN-2106

Section 11.2: Problems 10, 25, 33.

Section 11.3: Problems 45, 46, 64.

Section 11.4: Problems 12, 13.

Section 11.5: Problems 41, 42, 43, 44.

Section 11.6: Problems 10, 11, 24.

Section 11.7: Problems 9, 10.

Section 11.8: Problems 6, 39.

Section 12.2: Problems 21, 22.

Homework #8, Date Due: Friday Nov. 16th

Review Chapter 11: Problems 21, 22, 52 (pages 824-825).

Section 12.2: Problems 4, 5, 26.

Homework #7, Date Due: Monday Nov. 12th

Section 11.7: Problems 25, 28, 43 (now you can do the first two as we discussed absolute extrema).

Section 11.8: Problems 4, 5.

Section 12.1: Problem 2.

Homework #6, Date Due: Wednesday Oct. 31st

Section 11.5: Problems 6, 10, 17, 18, 38.

Section 11.6: Problems 8, 9, 22, 44.

Section 11.7: Problems 6, 7, 8, 28.

Homework #5, Date Due: Tuesday Oct. 23rd

Section 11.1: Problems 6, 7, 38.

Section 11.2: Problems 8, 9.

Section 11.3: Problems 26, 28, 29.

Section 11.4: Problem 2, 4.

Homework #4, Date Due: Wednesday Oct. 3rd

This homework will walk you again through most material in chapter 9 and put you in good shape for the Midterm. Also, you'll work problems in the last sections in chapter 10.

Section 9.1: Problems 26, 32.

Section 9.2: Problems 32, 34.

Section 9.3: Problems 26, 28.

Section 9.4: Problem 30.

Section 9.5: Problems 46, 54.

Section 9.6: Problem 10.

Section 9.7: Problems 28, 30.

Section 10.3: Problems 2, 12, 24, 40.

Section 10.4: Problems 32, 34.

Homework #3, Date Due: Friday Sept. 21st

Section 9.7: Problems 8, 10, 18, 20 (page 689).

Review Chapter 9: Problems 10, 16, 24, 42 (pages 691-692).

Section 10.1: Problems 24, 32, 38 (pages 700-701).

Section 10.2: Problems 12, 16, 20, 28, 32 (page 707).

Homework #2, Date Due: Wed. Sept. 12th

Section 9.4: Problems 8, 10, 14, 18, 22 (page 664).

Section 9.5: Problems 10, 12, 18, 28, 42 (pages 674-675).

Section 9.6: Problems 8, 14, 18, 23, 24 (pages 683-684).

Homework #1, Date Due: Wed. Sept. 5th

Section 9.1: Problems 8, 14 and 24 (page 641).

Section 9.2: Problems 16, 18 and 20 (page 649).

Section 9.3: Problems 14, 16, 18, 24 (page 656).

In addition, study example 7 on page 648 and redo calculations for a 130-lb weight, a right angle of 30 degrees (instead of 32 degrees) and a left angle of 60 degrees (instead of 50 degrees).