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Math 224: January 17 to March 1
Math 225: March 13 to May 9
You are required to watch 13 videos before each class unless stated otherwise for that day in the schedule below. The videos are titled by section numbers from the text. The section covered in each class are the videos you need to watch before each class.
Math 224 begins Wednesday, January 17, and ends Friday, March 1
Week  Dates  Sections  Topics  Basic Skills Tests 
1  Jan 17  19  Appendix A (No required video, but videos available in “Precalculus Videos” link on webpage.)  Inequalities and Absolute Values  None 
1.4 & 2.1  Derivatives and Rates of Change: Motivation and Definition  
2  Jan 22  26 (Add Deadline  Monday, January 22)  1.5  Limit of a Function (intuitive) & Calculating Limits  
1.6  Calculating Limits  
1.8  Continuity  
3  Jan 29  Feb 2 (Drop Deadline  Monday, January 29)  2.1  Derivatives and Rates of Change  
2.2  Derivative as a Function  
2.3  Differentiation Formulas  
4  Feb 5  9  Appendix D & 2.4  Trigonometry Review & Derivatives of Trig Functions  Skills Test 1 begins on Feb 5 and you have until Feb 9 to take your first attempt, but can take other attempts this week as well. It covers Limits, Continuity, and Differentiation Formulas. You have until Feb 16 to take all three attempts. 
2.5  Chain Rule  
Review  
5  Feb 12  16  224 Exam 1 (Midterm)  Exam will take place in person during regular class time in your regular classroom  
2.6  Differentiation of Functions with Implicit Definitions  
2.7 & 2.8  Rates of Change in Science & Related Rates  
6  Feb 19  23 (Withdraw Deadline  Monday, February 19)  2.8  More Related Rates  Skills Test 2 begins Feb 19. It covers Trigonometric Derivatives, the Chain Rule, and “Implicit Differentiation”. You have until Mar 1 to take all three attempts. 
3.1  Maximum & Minimum Values  
3.2 & 3.3  Brief Coverage of Mean Value Theorem and How Derivatives Affect the Shape of a Graph  
7  Feb 26  Mar 1  3.4  Limits at Infinity  
Review for Final  Exam is comprehensive, but emphasizing Sections 2.63.5  
224 Final Exam  Exam will take place in person during regular class time in your regular classroom.  The last day to take Skills Test 2 is Mar 1  
8  Mar 4  8  Spring Break  
Spring Break  
Spring Break 
Math 225 begins Wednesday, March 13, and ends Thursday, May 9
Week  Dates  Sections  Topics  Basic Skills Tests 
9  Mar 13  15  3.5  Curve Sketching  None 
3.5  More Curve Sketching  
10  Mar 18  22 (Add Deadline  Tuesday, March 19)  3.7  Optimization  
3.7  More Optimization  
3.2  Mean Value Theorem & Consequences  
11  Mar 25  29 (Drop Deadline  Tuesday, March 26)  3.9  Antiderivatives  
4.1 & Appendix E  Areas and Distances & Summation Notation  
4.2  Definite Integrals  
12  Apr 1  5  Easter Break  
4.3  Fundamental Theorem of Calculus  Skills Test 3 begins Apr 3. It covers Antiderivatives, Indefinite Integrals, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. You have until Apr 16 to take all three attempts. 

4.3  More Fundamental Theorem of Calculus  
13  Apr 8  12  4.4  Indefinite Integrals and Net Change Theorem  
Review  Exam 1 covers sections 3.54.4  
225 Exam 1 (Midterm)  Exam will take place in person during regular class time in your regular classroom  
14  Apr 15  19 (Withdraw and P/F Grade Option Deadline  Wednesday, April 17)  4.5  Substitution Rule  
4.5  More Substitution Rule  
5.1  Area Between Curves  
15  April 22  26 (Monday Classes Meet on Thursday, April 25)  Passover Break  Skills Test 4 begins Apr 22. It covers the Substitution Rule and Area Between Curves. You have until May 2 to take all three attempts. 

Monday, Apr 22  5.2  Volumes of Solids of Revolution (Disks/Washers)  
Thursday, Apr 25  5.3  Volumes of Solids of Revolution (Shells)  
Friday, Apr 26  5.2, 5.3  Summary of Washers and Shells  
16  April 29  May 2  5.5  Average Value of a Function  
Review  The last day to take Skills Test 4 is Thursday, May 2  
17  May 3  9  Final Exam on Date and Time Assigned by Registrar, View Final Exam schedule here  The final is cumulative and covers all topics from the course with a majority of the questions covering sections 4.5, 5.15.3 & 5.5 