## Week 8

We finished looking at Related Rates and then looked at Implicit Differentiation. Video here.

## Week 9

I cried off with illness. I’m on some medication and so hope to feel better by the weekend so next Tuesday should be grand.

I think it will be very difficult for us to catch up this missed class. We could come in during Easter but the Doodle poll suggests that this will not be possible.

What I am suggesting instead is that I make up these three hours by having three hours of tutorial time over Weeks 10-12. I will do this by being in B188 from 18:00 rather than 19:00 and using 18:00-19:00 as tutorial time. If you cannot make this time so be it (although if you can get in at 18:15, 18:30 or even 18:45 please do so).

We are also going to have our review class in Week 13.

This means we will not have Test 2 until AFTER Easter.

## Week 10

We will have some tutorial time from 18:00-19:00 for parametric, implicit, and related rates differentiation.

We will look at partial differentiation and error analysis.

We might start a revision of Antidifferentiation to start Chapter 4 on (Further) Integration.

## Week 11

We will have some tutorial time from 18:00-19:00 for further differentiation.

We will look at Integration by Parts, completing the square, and work.

## Week 12

We will have some tutorial time from 18:00-19:00 for further differentiation.

We will have Test 2.

We will look at centroids and centres of gravity.

## Week 13

We will look the Winter 2018 paper at the back of your manual.

## Homework Exercises

If you do any of the suggested exercises you can give them to me for correction. Please feel free to ask me questions about the exercises via email or even better on this webpage.

I recommend strongly that everyone completes P.102, Q.1.

After that you can look at:

• P.117, Q. 1-4
• P. 125, Q. 1-4
• P.102, Q. 2
• P.112, Q. 1-5

If you want to do more again, look at P.113, Q.6-9, P. 118, Q. 5-6, P. 125, Q.5

## Test 2

Test 2, worth 15% and based on Chapter 3, will now take place Week 12, 30 April.

## CIT Mathematics Exam Papers

These are not always found in your programme selection — most of the time you will have to look here.