Suggested Lab Schedule/Assignments for Calculus I (Math 141), Spring 2019

Lab
Topics
Assignment
Related Sections of Textbook
Maplets/Maple
A 1: Maple Lab for Calculus I: An Introduction
2: New User's Tour
Complete New User's Tour Chapter 1 Plot Builder
B New Functions from Old Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Section 1.2 Shift
C Functions and Plots Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Section 1.4. Plot Builder
D Limits, Infinity, and Asymptotes See Lab Note Sections 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6
E A More Rigorous Approach to Limits Review Lab 1 to Lab 5 for Lab Quiz 1 next week and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Section 2.3. EpsilonDelta
F Hour Quiz 1
(completed in lab)

G Differentiation and Tangent Lines Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Sections 3.1, 3.2 TangentLine
Tangents [C-SV]
H Implicit Differentiation Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Section 3.7 ImplicitDifferentiation
I Differentiation Drill Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Sections 3.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.8 DerivativeDrill
Derivatives [C-SV]
Differentiation Methods [C-SV]
J Mathematical Models: Designing a Roller Coaster Project 1:
Designing a Roller Coaster
Sections 3.2, 4.1, 4.3 and 4.4
K Optimization Complete lab activities and review Lab 7 to Lab 11 for Lab Quiz 2 next week. Section 4.6.
L Hour Quiz 2
(completed in lab)

M Definite Integrals, Riemann Sums, and FTC Complete lab activities and your lab instructor will give other assignment for each section Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 Riemann Sums [C-SV]
N Applications of Integration: Volume By Definite Integral Last Lab Sections 6.1 and 6.2 Volumes of Revolution

Volumes by Slicing
O Do End-Of-Course Survey on BlackBoard

Notes:

• There will be two hour quizzes to be distributed at the beginning of the given lab period and collected at the end of the lab period.  You can use the textbook, your notes, the computer, Maple, or any other inanimate source to answer the questions but have to complete it individually. The questions will be related to the concepts and techniques addressed in previous labs.
• There will a project with related questions that can be answered with the skills and knowledge learned in the labs and lectures for this course. A project report will generally be due at the beginning of the next lab period.
• Tools and Help can be accessed from the respective menus on the Maple 2018 graphical user interface. Tutors marked with [PreC] are found under the PreCalculus submenu from Tools; those marked with [C-SV] and [C-MV] can be found under the Calculus - Single Variable and Calculus - Multiple Variable submenus from Tools, respectively.

• If you have any questions, please send e-mail to dillong@math.sc.edu