1. Read pages 655, 700, 742, and 768 in the textbook and answer the following question: The most prolific mathematician of all time was

2. Watch Calculus in 20 Minutes by Edward Burger. Click the “Play Now” button (you are not required to purchase this product). Use the link on the Module 1 page. If you Google this, you won't get the full version. Which of the following props does he NOT use in this video?

3. Go to Calculus on the Web (Google “COW” and that will get you there every time and you get to see some cool pictures of cows or you can use the link in Module 1 or the Resources page.) Go to Calculus Book 1, index, section 1 (Slope of a Line), and work problem 1. The answer to this problem is

4. Go to Khan Academy (Google “Khan” and that will get you there every time or you can use the link on Module 1 page.) Scroll down to find the section on Calculus and click on the video titled “Introduction to Limits (HD).” What is the time length of this video? You don't need to watch it, but you may as well as because this is what the homework for Module 1 is about. You had a little introduction to limits in the 20-minute video.

1. Read pages 655, 700, 742, and 768 in the textbook and answer the following question: The most prolific mathematician of all time was

2. Watch Calculus in 20 Minutes by Edward Burger. Click the “Play Now” button (you are not required to purchase this product). Use the link on the Module 1 page. If you Google this, you won't get the full version. Which of the following props does he NOT use in this video?

3. Go to Calculus on the Web (Google “COW” and that will get you there every time and you get to see some cool pictures of cows or you can use the link in Module 1 or the Resources page.) Go to Calculus Book 1, index, section 1 (Slope of a Line), and work problem 1. The answer to this problem is

4. Go to Khan Academy (Google “Khan” and that will get you there every time or you can use the link on Module 1 page.) Scroll down to find the section on Calculus and click on the video titled “Introduction to Limits (HD).” What is the time length of this video? You don't need to watch it, but you may as well as because this is what the homework for Module 1 is about. You had a little introduction to limits in the 20-minute video.

1. Read pages 655, 700, 742, and 768 in the textbook and answer the following question: The most prolific mathematician of all time was

2. Watch Calculus in 20 Minutes by Edward Burger. Click the “Play Now” button (you are not required to purchase this product). Use the link on the Module 1 page. If you Google this, you won't get the full version. Which of the following props does he NOT use in this video?

3. Go to Calculus on the Web (Google “COW” and that will get you there every time and you get to see some cool pictures of cows or you can use the link in Module 1 or the Resources page.) Go to Calculus Book 1, index, section 1 (Slope of a Line), and work problem 1. The answer to this problem is

4. Go to Khan Academy (Google “Khan” and that will get you there every time or you can use the link on Module 1 page.) Scroll down to find the section on Calculus and click on the video titled “Introduction to Limits (HD).” What is the time length of this video? You don't need to watch it, but you may as well as because this is what the homework for Module 1 is about. You had a little introduction to limits in the 20-minute video.