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**Math 223 Spring 2023**

**Note:** All videos for Math 223 course are located in WebAssign under the “Resources” tab located on bottom left, just click on “Stewart:: Precalculus-7e”. The specific precalculus section video you are required to watch before lecture are listed in the last column of 223 weekly schedule below.

When you click on the specific precalc section in “Resources” you will see two sets of videos offered, Kazmierczak videos and Mosley videos. You are required to view only the Kazmierczak videos, but Mosley are recommended.

Week | Dates | Sections in Calculus text | Topics | Videos under the “Resources” tab, to view before class in WebAssign | |

1 | January 18 - 20 | Appendix A | Inequalities and absolute values | Kazmierczak video, Precalculus Sec. 1.8 | |

Appendix B | Coordinate geometry and lines | Kazmierczak video, Precalculus text Sec. 1.10 | |||

2 | January 23 - 27 ( Add Deadline - Monday, January 23) | Appendix C | Graphs of second-degree equations | Kazmierczak video, Precalculus Sec. 1.9 | |

1.1 | Functions | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 1.4, 2.2, 2.3, and 2.6 | |||

1.2 | Mathematical models | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 1.5, 3.1, and 3.2 | |||

3 | January 30 - February 3 ( Drop Deadline - Monday, January 30) | Sec. 1.3 | New functions from old | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 2.6 and 2.7 | |

No section in book, material comes from class notes | Dividing polynomials and factoring | Kazmierczak and Mosely videos, Precalculus Sec. 3.3 and Kazmierczak videos, Sec. 3.4 | |||

Appendix D | Trigonometry | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus text Secs. 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3 | |||

4 | February 6 - 10 | Appendix D | Trigonometry | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3 | |

Review for Midterm | Covers all topics up until this point | ||||

Math 223 Midterm | All exams in class | ||||

5 | February 13 - 17 | 6.1 and 6.6 (no calculus) | Inverses and inverses of trigonometric functions | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 2.8, 5.5, and 6.4 | |

6.2 (no calculus) | Exponential functions | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 4.1 & 4.2 | |||

6.3 (no calculus) | Logarithmic functions | Kazmierczak videos, Precalculus Secs. 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, and 4.6 | |||

6 | February 20 - 24 ( Withdraw deadline - Monday, February 20) | 6.2 & 6.3 | More exponential and logarithmic functions | No video or warmup | |

1.5 | Limit of a function (intuitive) | Kazmierczak and Mosely videos, Precalculus Sec. 13.1 | |||

1.6 | More Limits | No video or warmup | |||

7 | February 27 - March 3 | 1.8 | Continuity | No video or Warmup | |

Review for final | Exam is comprehensive, covers all topics, Appendix D through Sec. 1.8 | ||||

No Class | Spring Break | ||||

8 | March 6 - 8 | 223 Final Exam | Exam will take place in person during regular class time in your regular classroom | ||

No Class | (Math 223 is over) |

**Math 224 Spring 2023**

Math 224 begins Monday, March 10, and ends Friday, May 11

Click here for the Math 224/225 website. This has all info you need regarding Math 224 including the syllabus. Your weekly schedule for the 2nd half-semester is below.

Week | Dates | Sections | Topics | Basic Skills Tests |

8 | March 10 | Continuity and limits, review | ||

9 | March 13 - 17 ( Add Deadline - Monday, March 16) | Appendix A | ||

Inequalities and absolute values (review) | None | |||

Secs. 1.5 and 1.6 | Limits (review) | |||

Sec. 1.8 | Continuity (review) | |||

10 | March 20 - 24 ( Drop Deadline - Monday, March 23) | Secs. 1.4 and 2.1 | Derivatives and rates of change: motivation and definition | |

Sec. 2.2 | Derivative as a function | |||

Sec. 2.3 | Differentiation formulas | |||

11 | March 27 - 31 | App D and Sec. 2.4 | Trig review and derivatives of trig functions | Skills Test 1 begins Monday, March 27. It covers limits, continuity, and differentiation formulas. You have until April 21 to take all 3 attempts. |

Sec. 2.5 | Chain rule | |||

Sec. 2.6 | Differentiation of functions with implicit definitions | |||

April 3 - 7 | Easter break | |||

12 | April 10 - 14 Monday classes meet on Wednesday April 12 | Easter break | ||

Review for Midterm Exam | Midterm will cover through Sec. 2.6 (implicit differentiation) | |||

224 Midterm exam | All exams in class | |||

13 | April 17 - 21 ( Withdraw & Pass/Fail Grade Option Deadline - Friday, April 21) | Sec. 2.7 | Rates of Change in Science | |

Sec. 2.8 | Related Rates | |||

Sec. 2.8 | More related Rates | The last day to take Skills Test 1 is Friday April 21 |
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14 | April 24 - 28 | Sec. 3.1 | Maximum and Minimum Values | Skills Test 2 begins Monday, April 24. It covers trigonometric derivatives, the chain rule, and implicit differentiation. You have until May 4, to take all 3 attempts. |

Sec. 3.3 | How derivatives affect the shape of a graph | |||

Sec. 3.4 | Limits at Infinity | |||

15 | May 1 - 4 Friday classes meet on Tuesday May 2 | Sec. 3.5 | Curve sketching | |

Sec. 3.5 | More curve Sketching | |||

Review for Final exam | Exam is comprehensive, but emphasizing Sections 2.6-3.5 | Last day to take Skills Test 2, Thursday, May 4 |
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16 | May 5 - 11 | Final Exam TBD by Registrar | None |

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