Two Mathematica examples here. The first refers to problem 15 in section 2.2.
The second shows the graph of sin(x)/x and computes a value close to x=0. Using Mathematica is very easy. Try
typing in the (bold-face) line and hitting "return." Then modify and try again. Mathematica has on-line help
features, if you need them. I strongly encourage you to experiment with this program, which is installed on
the computers in the lab.

### Assignments

Wednesday, January 14: Section 2.1, 1 -- 17 odd-numbered problems. Ignore (for now) instructions about tangent lines.

Friday, January 16: Finish previous assignment, finding slopes and equations of tangent lines. Also, Section 2.2, 1 -- 17 odd. Find the limits by sketching the graph and letting the intelligent bugs do
their thing.

Wednesday, January 21: Section 2.2, 19 -- 65 odd.

Friday, January 23: Section 2.3, 1 -- 23 odd.

Monday, January 26: Section 2.3, 53, 54, 55, 59; and Section 2.4: 1 -- 19 odd.

Wedesday, January 28: Section 2.4, 21 -- 41 odd; and Section 2.5, 1 -- 9 odd.

Friday, January 30: Section 2.5, 11 -- 47 odd, 53, 55, 61, 63.

Monday, February 2: Section 2.6, 1 -- 35 odd.

Wednesday, February 4: Section 2.6, 37 -- 57 odd, 93, 99, 101, 103.

Friday, February 6: Section 3.1, 1 -- 33 odd.

Monday, February 9: Section 3.2, 1 -- 21 odd, 27 -- 30.

Friday, February 13: Section 3.2, 31, 33, 37, 39, 41; Section 3.3, 1 -- 39 odd.

Monday, February 16: Section 3.4, 1 -- 15 odd.

Wednesday, February 18: Section 3.5, 1 -- 45 odd.

Friday, February 20: Section 3.6. Just find dy/dx: 9 -- 69 odd. Also 97, 99.

Monday, February 23: Section 3.7: 1 -- 11 odd, 21, 23, 31, 33, 35.

Wednesday, February 25: Section 3.8: 5, 11 -- 39 odd, 67 -- 86 odd, 89, 91.

Friday, February 27: Section 3.9: 1 -- 43 odd.