# Homeworkmr. P's Classroom

Posted : admin On 13.09.2021__Homework For Mr Santowski's IB Math SL Classes__

Myself 154 cm 1.54m. My mum 167cm 1.67m. Sibling 145cm 1.45m. Friend 195cm 1.95m. TV 152.4cm 1.524m. Dining table 250cm 2.5m. Homework is a crucial component in preparing students for the next school day. It reinforces what we are learning in class by helping students practice skills. It is important for homework to be completed and handed in on time. Home Learning Links Chalk Dust Homework Useful Links Classroom Links Homework items. Grade 4/5 (MORNING). Homework needs to have a HOME in the classroom, transition and at home! Have a specified time and place where students turn in homework folders in the classroom (ex. In the homework tub every Friday morning) and a place to put it when they are taking it home and bringing it back. Dates: Sept 13 - Complete Product and Quotient Rule Handout Sept 14 - Complete Power Rule Handout Sept 16- Negative Exponents Handout Sept 20 - Exponent Review Handout (#1-10 at least) and study.

These Problem Sets have been designed to help you master all the required content for the IB Math SL course. It is not structured like most math courses you have previously taken, and you will see that it requires a different approach on your part.

In each Problem Set, you will be given a number of problems - usually between 7 and 8 - to prepare for the next lesson. They should take 100 - 120 minutes in total (inclusive of 85 minutes of class time). You might not always be able to fully solve all problems, but we expect you to attempt as many as you can. In class, you will be expected to present your solutions and discuss solutions that others have shared. Each lesson will involve discussing the problems you have prepared for homework in preparation for the next lesson. Lessons are your principal opportunity to ask for help on material you couldn’t do, so be prepared to ask other students how they solved problems or how they knew what approach to take. Discussion should take about 40 minutes in our lessons, and the remainder of the time should be spent looking at further problems from subsequent Problem Sets.

How you take notes is very much up to you, but we will indicate whenever we think there is a topic on which you are likely to want to take notes. If you are unsure what you are supposed to have understood from a question, ask your peers.

For A BLOCK | For F BLOCK |

Complete Problem Set 99 |
Complete Problem Set 99 |

Complete Problem Set 98 |
Complete Problem Set 98 |

Complete Problem Set 97 |
Complete Problem Set 97 |

Complete Problem Set 96 |
Complete Problem Set 96 |

Complete Problem Set 94 |
Complete Problem Set 95 |

Complete Problem Set 94 |
Complete Problem Set 94 |

Have up to Problem Set 93 completed. You may use time in class on Thursday to complete and check in all Problem Sets up to PS93 as well as making your TEST Corrections |
Have Problem Set 93 completed. So at this point, all Problem Sets up to PS 93 should be complete. Use Revision Village to prepare for Assessment 14 on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 93 completed. So at this point, all Problem Sets up to PS 93 should be complete. Use Revision Village to prepare for Assessment 14 on Tuesday |
Have Problem Set 93 completed. So at this point, all Problem Sets up to PS 93 should be complete. Use Revision Village to prepare for Assessment 14 on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 92 completed. You will complete Problem Set 93 in class on Sunday, Mar 10 |
Have Problem Set 93 completed. |

Have Problem Set 92 completed. You will complete Problem Set 93 in class on Sunday, Mar 10 |
Have Problem Set 92 completed. |

Have Problem Set 90 completed. You will complete Problem Set 91 in class as well as start Problem Set 92 |
Have Problem Set 90 completed. We will start Problem Set 91 in class on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 89 completed. You will complete Problem Set 90 in class as well as start Problem Set 91 |
Have Problem Set 90 completed. We will start Problem Set 91 in class on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 89 completed. We will do Problem Set 90 in class |
Have Problem Set 89 completed. We will start Problem Set 90 in class on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 88 completed. We will do Problem Set 89 in class |
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Have Problem Set 88 completed. We will start Problem Set 89 in class on Wednesday |

Have Problem Set 87 completed. Here are the Mark Schemes for PS 86 and PS 87 >Paper 1 and Paper 2 We will do Problem Set 88 in class |
Have Problem Set 87 completed. Here are the Mark Schemes for PS 86 and PS 87 >Paper 1 and Paper 2 We will do Problem Set 88 in class |

Have ALL Problem Sets from 79 - 86 completed. We will do Problem Set 87 in class |
Have ALL Problem Sets from 79 - 86 completed. We will do Problem Set 87 in class |

Have ALL Problem Sets from 79 - 85 completed. We will do Problem Set 86 in class |
Have ALL Problem Sets from 79 - 85 completed. We will do Problem Set 86 in class |

Work through Problem Set 85, Section B as well as completing Q1 from Problem Set 84 |
Complete Problem Set 85 |

Work through Problem Set 83, Q1,2,4,5,10 - however, ideally, you should have ALL Qs done ... |
Complete Problem Set 84 |

Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 83 |
Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 83 |

Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 82 |
Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 82 |

Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 81. Remember that PS79, PS80 and PS81 and Lab 11 are due at the end of the week. |
Work through and complete Section B of Problem Set 81. Remember that PS79, PS80 and PS81 and Lab 11 are due at the end of the week. |

Complete Problem Set 80 completed |
Complete Problem Set 80 completed |

Have Q5 - 9 in Problem Set 80 completed and ready to present. We will continue with LAB 11 in class as well as completing Part A of Problem Set 80 |
Have Q5 - 9 in Problem Set 80 completed and ready to present. We will continue with LAB 11 in class as well as completing Part A of Problem Set 80 |

Have Q5 - 9 in Problem Set 79 completed and ready to present |
Have Q5 - 9 in Problem Set 79 completed and ready to present |

Have your IA completed and submitted by Sunday, Dec 9 |
Work on your IA and have it ready to completed and submitted by Sunday, Dec 9 |

Have your IA completed and submitted by Sunday, Dec 9 |
Work on your IA and have it ready to completed and submitted by Sunday, Dec 9 |

Have Problem Set 76 completed |
Have Problem Set 76 completed and ready to present |

Have Problem Set 75 completed and ready to present |
Have Problem Set 75 completed and ready to present |

Have Problem Set 74 completed and ready to present |
Have Problem Set 74 completed and ready to present |

Have Problem Set 73 completed and ready to present |
Have Problem Set 73 completed and ready to present |

Have Problem Set 72 completed and ready to present |
Have Problem Set 72 completed and ready to present |

Have Problem Set 71 completed and ready to present |
Have Problem Set 71 completed and ready to present |

You SHOULD have PS 69 done (if not, complete it soon!!!). We will work through Problem Set 70 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA for the Nov 11 submission deadline |
You SHOULD have PS 69 done (if not, complete it soon!!!). We will work through Problem Set 70 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA for the Nov 11 submission deadline |

You SHOULD have PS 68 done (if not, complete it soon!!!). We will work through Problem Set 69 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA for the Nov 11 submission deadline |
You SHOULD have PS 68 done (if not, complete it soon!!!). We will work through Problem Set 69 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA for the Nov 11 submission deadline |

We will work through Problem Set 68 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA |
We will work through Problem Set 68 together in class, so your HW time should be devoted to completing a draft of your IA |

Continue working on your IA (Exploration). We will have the class period on Sunday to work on writing, researching, compiling data sets, etc ... Be prepared to be productive ... |
Continue working on your IA (Exploration). We will have the class period on Sunday to work on writing, researching, compiling data sets, etc ... Be prepared to be productive ... |

Complete PS 68 or LAB 10 - The Vector Review LAB (more helpful for Thursday TEST!!!) We will also go through a few Qs from PS 66/67 that we have not yet discussed |
Complete LAB 10 - The Vector Review LAB as well as doing your TEST PREP as we have ASSESSMENT 10 on Wednesday |

Complete PS 67. We will also go through a few Qs from PS 66 that we have not yet discussed |
Complete PS 67. We will also go through a few Qs from PS 66 that we have not yet discussed |

Complete PS 65 (that is Q4,5,7) and then in PS 66, have Q6,7,8 prepared for presentation on Tuesday |
Complete PS 65 (that is Q4,5,7) and then in PS 66, have Q6,7,8 prepared for presentation on Tuesday |

Make sure ALL problem sets are ready to be 'checked in' and and ask for any solutions you wish to go over again and revisit. Also, get your IA topic selected and come and talk with either Mr D or myself about your topic. Come in for Test Corrections as well .. |
Make sure ALL problem sets are ready to be 'checked in' and and ask for any solutions you wish to go over again and revisit. Also, get your IA topic selected and come and talk with either Mr D or myself about your topic. Come in for Test Corrections as well .. |

Complete Problem Set 64 |
Complete Problem Set 64 |

Complete Problem Set 63 |
Complete Problem Set 63 |

Complete Problem Set 62 |
Complete Problem Set 62 |

Complete Problem Set 61 as well as Q8 of PS 60 |
Complete Problem Set 61 as well as Q8 of PS 60 |

For Wednesday, have your TEST PREP ready to show me |
For Thursday, have your TEST PREP ready to show me |

Complete Problem Set 60 |
Complete Problem Set 60 |

You should have completed Problem Set 59. Secondly, to practice the skills from Lab 9, complete Cirrito 22.5, p758,9 working through Q1de, 2bc, 3cd, 4ce => NOTE: 3d is pretty difficult!! If you do want some easier questions, try some from Oxford 9I, p310, Q2,3,4,6 and Oxford 9J, p312, Q1,2,4 and Oxford 14F, p508, Q1,2,3 |
You should have completed Problem Set 59. Secondly, to practice the skills from Lab 9, complete Cirrito 22.5, p758,9 working through Q1de, 2bc, 3cd, 4ce => NOTE: 3d is pretty difficult!! If you do want some easier questions, try some from Oxford 9I, p310, Q2,3,4,6 and Oxford 9J, p312, Q1,2,4 and Oxford 14F, p508, Q1,2,3 |

Complete Problem Set 59 |
Complete Problem Set 59 |

Complete Problem Set 58 |
Complete Problem Set 58 |

Complete Problem Set 57 |
Complete Problem Set 57 |

Have PS 55 & 56 done and make sure you check in PS 53 & 54 asap!!! |
Have PS 55 & 56 done and make sure you check in PS 53 & 54 asap!!! |

In Problem Set 50, complete Q1-7 |
In Problem Set 52. Complete Q1-7 (or more if you wish). NOTE: PS 51 is being edited (as I am replacing Q3,7,8), so if you wish, you may work through Q1,2,4,5,6,9,10) |

Complete Problem Set 49 |
In Problem Set 52. Complete Q1-7 (or more if you wish). NOTE: PS 51 is being edited (as I am replacing Q3,7,8), so if you wish, you may work through Q1,2,4,5,6,9,10) |

Complete Problem Set 49 |
In Problem Set 50. Complete Q1-7 (or more if you wish) |

Complete Problem Set 48. |
Complete Problem Set 49. |

Complete Problem Set 47. In Problem Set 48, do Q1,2,5,6,7 |
Complete Problem Set 48. In Problem Set 49, do Q1-6 |

Complete Problem Set 47. In Q1, only do Q1b and in Q2, please use a calculator to help with some of the calculations |
Complete Problem Set 47. In Problem Set 48, do Q1,2,5,6,7 |

Complete Problem Set 45 (Q2,7,9). In Problem Set 46, complete Q1 - 5 |
Complete Problem Set 45. In Problem Set 46, complete Q1 - 6 |

Have Q1,2,3,5,6 from Problem Set 44 completed. We will finish off Problem Set 43, Q4 & Q8 on Sunday |
In Problem Set 44 completed, complete Q1,2,3,5,6 completed. We will do Q4,7,8 in class as well as starting Problem Set 45 |

Have Q1,2,3,5,6 from Problem Set 43 completed. |
Have Problem Set 43 completed. |

Have Problem Set 42 completed and complete Part D and Part E of Lab 7. We will do Part C in class together to complete Lab 7 in class. |
Have Problem Set 42 completed and complete Part D and Part E of Lab 7. We will do Part C in class together to complete Lab 7 in class. |

Complete Problem Set 42. Additionally, here are a couple of videos showing you how to find the extrema on a function using derivatives and how to find where a function is increasing or decreasing using the derivative: VIDEO #1 - Finding Extrema using Derivatives from mathispower4u and then VIDEO #2 - Determining intervals of increase and decreasing using the derivative, also from mathispower4u |
Here are a couple of videos showing you how to find the extrema on a function using derivatives and how to find where a function is increasing or decreasing using the derivative: VIDEO #1 - Finding Extrema using Derivatives from mathispower4u and then VIDEO #2 - Determining intervals of increase and decreasing using the derivative, also from mathispower4u |

Complete Problem Set 41. In Problem Set 42, Q1,2,3,4,6 should be completed so that we can complete PS 42 in class |
Complete Problem Set 42 |

Complete Problem Set 40. In Problem Set 41, Q6,8 should be completed |
Complete Problem Set 41. |

Complete Problem Set 39. In Problem Set 40, Q1,3,6 should be completed |
Complete Problem Set 40. In Problem Set 41, Q6,8 should be completed |

Complete Problem Set 39. In Problem Set 40, Q1,3,6 should be completed |
Complete Problem Set 39. In Problem Set 40, Q1,3,6 should be completed |

Complete Problem Set 38. In Problem Set 39, Q1,2,3,4 should be completed |
Complete Problem Set 38. In Problem Set 39, Q1,2,3,4 should be completed |

Complete Problem Set 37 |
In Problem Set 38, Q1,2,4,5,7 are fairly straightforward and should be completed prior to class. NOTE: We will also present Q2,3,5,7 from PS 37 to complete PS 37 |

Complete Lab 06. Complete Problem Set 36 as best as you can and we will present solutions for PS 36 on Sunday. In the meantime, in Problem Set 37, Q1,4,6,8 are fairly straightforward and should be completed prior to class. Questions 2 and 3 should also be familiar, so should be attempted, if not completed. NOTE: We will present Q6,7,8 in PS 36 as well as Q1,4,6,8 in PS 37 in class on Monday |
Complete Lab 06. Complete Problem Set 36 as best as you can and we will present solutions for PS 36 on Sunday. In the meantime, in Problem Set 37, Q1,4,6,8 are fairly straightforward and should be completed prior to class. Questions 2 and 3 should also be familiar, so should be attempted, if not completed. NOTE: We will present Q6,7,8 in PS 36 as well as Q1,4,6,8 in PS 37 in class on Sunday |

Complete Problem Set 36. Here are a couple of video links to discrete random variable distributions as per Q5: VIDEO #1 from ukmathsteacher and VIDEO #2 from jbstatistics |
Complete Problem Set 36. Here are a couple of video links to discrete random variable distributions as per Q5: VIDEO #1 from ukmathsteacher and VIDEO #2 from jbstatistics |

Complete Problem Set 35. Here are a couple of video links to difference quotient calculations: VIDEO #1 from patrickjmt and VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u |
Complete Problem Set 35. Here are a couple of video links to difference quotient calculations: VIDEO #1 from patrickjmt and VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u |

In Problem Set 34, you should complete Q2,7,8 so PS 34 should now be complete. Problem Set 35 is an EXCELLENT way to review in preparation for Tuesday's TEST |
In Problem Set 34, you should complete Q2,7,8 so PS 34 should now be complete. Problem Set 35 is an EXCELLENT way to review in preparation for Monday's TEST |

In Problem Set 33, you should complete Q7,8 so PS 33 should now be complete. In Problem Set 34, complete Q1,3,4,5,6. We will work together in class through Q7,8 and 2 in order to complete PS 34. |
In Problem Set 33, you should complete Q7,8 so PS 33 should now be complete. In Problem Set 34, complete Q1,3,4,5,6. We will work together in class through Q7,8 and 2 in order to complete PS 34. |

In Problem Set 33, complete Q2,5,6,7 and watch the videos for Q8 on the scalar product |
In Problem Set 33, complete Q2,4,5,6 and watch the videos for Q8 on the scalar product and revisit your solutions for Q5,6,7,8 in Lab 04 on the Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law given today's in class discussion. Videos still linked below: Here are some videos that can help you understand and work through working with the sine law: VIDEO #1 from R Parsons and VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u |

Complete Problem Set 32 (Q6,7,8) and complete Q5,6,7,8 in Lab 04 on the Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law Here are some videos that can help you understand and work through working with the sine law: VIDEO #1 from R Parsons and VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u |
Complete Problem Set 32 (Q6,7,8) and complete Q5,6,7,8 in Lab 04 on the Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law Here are some videos that can help you understand and work through working with the sine law: VIDEO #1 from R Parsons and VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u |

Complete Problem Set 31 and you should have Q1 & Q7 in Problem Set 32 done from class. Complete Problem Set 32 (Q2,3,4,5,6,8) |
Complete Problem Set 31 and you should have Q1 done from Problem Set 32 done from class. As well, complete Q2,3,4,5 and we will complete PS 32 in class together as well as completing our discussion of Lab 04 on the Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law |

(1) Complete Q9abcde and Q12 from Lab 05 as Q1,2,5cdf,7 should already be done (2) Complete Problem Set 31 |
(1) Complete Q9abcde and Q12 from Lab 05 as Q1,2,5cdf,7 should already be done (2) From Problem Set 31, complete Q1,2,3,4 and 7. Also, please have all Problem Sets from 25 - 30 checked by me, as I am updating skyward on the weekend. |

From Problem Set 31, complete Q1,2,3,4 and 7. Also, please have all Problem Sets from 25 - 30 checked by me, as I am updating skyward on the weekend. |
From Problem Set 31, complete Q1,2,3,4 and 7. Also, please have all Problem Sets from 25 - 30 checked by me, as I am updating skyward on the weekend. |

Continue studying for Assessment 5 |
Continue studying for Assessment 5 |

Complete all of Problem Set 30 (except Q2), and start studying for Assessment 5. In my HW check on Sunday, I will ask to see some test prep!!!! We will do Lab 04 in class on Monday |
Complete all of Problem Set 30 (except Q2), and start studying for Assessment 5. In my HW check on Sunday, I will ask to see some test prep!!!! We will do Lab 04 in class on Sunday |

From Problem Set 29, complete Q7,8 and then from Problem Set 30, complete Q1,3,5,6,7 |
From Problem Set 29, complete Q7,8 and then from Problem Set 30, complete Q1,3,5,6,7 |

Q7 and 8 from PS 29 are now complete, so from Problem Set 29, complete Q1,3,5,6 and then from Cirrito, Ex 9.5.1 on p292, Q2,3,4,5,6,7 |
From Problem Set 29, complete Q1,3,5,6 and then from Cirrito, Ex 9.5.1 on p292, Q2,3,4,5,6,7 |

Complete Problem Set 28. You should have Q2,3 and 6 done based upon our class work today. |
Complete Problem Set 28. You should have Q2,3,4 done based upon our class work today ... |

(1) Have PS27 completely done (as well as PS26 and PS25) (2) To help preview for PS28, in Cirrito 10.2.2, p335, Q2,6ab,7a and then Cirrito 16.3, p548, Q1,2 (3) Feel free to start PS28 ... Q1 and Q8 should be easy ... |
(1) Have PS27 completely done (as well as PS26 and PS25) (2) To help preview for PS28, in Cirrito 10.2.2, p335, Q2,6ab,7a and then Cirrito 16.3, p548, Q1,2 (3) You should also continue thinking about the LAB 03 write-up for Q7F - due Tuesday, Jan 30 |

(1) From PS27, have Q4,7,8 done. You should try 6 (start by looking at Cirrito examples) (2) To help prepare for our discussion of vector equations of lines (and get help for Q7,8), go to Cirrito 12.7.1 and see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446. Likewise, for help for Q7,8 and vector equations on lines, please go to the following GEOGEBRA links and PLAY!!!! >Geogebra LINK #1 and here is Geogebra LINK #2 (3) You should also start thinking about the LAB 03 write-up for Q7F - due Monday next week (Jan 29) |
(1) From PS26, have all 8 Qs done (2) From PS27, have Q1,2,3,5 done (3) To help review from our discussion of Cirrito 12.7.1, p450, Q1,2ab,3a (but see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446 first) and vector equations on lines, please revisit the following GEOGEBRA links and PLAY!!!! >Geogebra LINK #1 and here is Geogebra LINK #2 You should also start thinking about the LAB 03 write-up for Q7F - due Tuesday next week (Jan 30) |

(1) From PS26, have all 8 Qs done (2) From PS27, have Q1,2,3,5 done (3) To help prepare for our discussion of Cirrito 12.7.1, p450, Q1,2ab,3a (but see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446 first) and vector equations on lines, please go to the following GEOGEBRA links and PLAY!!!! >Geogebra LINK #1 and here is Geogebra LINK #2 You should also start thinking about the LAB 03 write-up for Q7F - due Monday next week (Jan 29) |
(1) From PS26, have all 8 Qs done (2) From PS27, have Q1,2,3,5 done (3) To help review from our discussion of Cirrito 12.7.1, p450, Q1,2ab,3a (but see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446 first) and vector equations on lines, please revisit the following GEOGEBRA links and PLAY!!!! >Geogebra LINK #1 and here is Geogebra LINK #2 You should also start thinking about the LAB 03 write-up for Q7F - due Tuesday next week (Jan 30) |

From PS26, have Q1-6 completed. We will do Q7 & 8 together, although you are free to work through them on your own From Cirrito: C12.4, p427, Q1i, ii C12.5, p431, Q1ii,iii, Q2iii C12.7.1, p450, Q1,2ab,3a (but see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446 first) |
From PS26, have Q1-6 completed. We will do Q7 & 8 together, although you are free to work through them on your own From Cirrito: C12.4, p427, Q1i, ii C12.5, p431, Q1ii,iii, Q2iii C12.7.1, p450, Q1,2ab,3a (but see Ex 12.25 and 12.26 on p446 first) |

Please complete Problem Set 25 complete all remaining questions (Q9,11-14). Come and ask and get help if there are questions/problems that you have PART 2 of your HW assignment > (a) From Cirrito 10.3 on page 348, Q1c, 3cg, 4ef; (b) from Cirrito 2.4.1 on page 43, Q1bcef and (c) from Cirrito 2.4.2 on page 50, Q5,6,7 PART 3 of your HW assignment > From Lab 03, have answers prepared for Q7BCE (you should already have answers for 7BC from the first class we had on LAB 03) |
PART 1 of your HW assignment > (a) From Cirrito 10.3 on page 348, Q1c, 3cg, 4ef; (b) from Cirrito 2.4.1 on page 43, Q1bcef and (c) from Cirrito 2.4.2 on page 50, Q5,6,7 PART 2 of your HW assignment > From Lab 03, have answers prepared for Q7E (you should already have answers for 7BC from the first class we had on LAB 03 ... if not, do them now) |

From Problem Set 25 complete all remaining questions (Q9,11-14) |
From Problem Set 25 complete all remaining questions (Q9,11-14) |

From Problem Set 24 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 24 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 23 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 23 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 22 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 22 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 21 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 21 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 20 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 20 complete all remaining questions. |

Complete your written report for LAB 2, Q5 Also, make sure you have Problem Set 19 completed. |
Complete your written report for LAB 2, Q5 Also, make sure you have Problem Set 19 completed. |

Have LAB 2, Q5 completed, as you will have a WRITING ASSIGNMENT (open book, hence you MUST have a solution to Q5) to do in class on Wednesday, based upon your answers to Q5 in Lab 2. Here is a link to the outline of the WRITING ASSIGNMENT Also, make sure you have Problem Set 19 completed. |
Have LAB 2, Q5 completed, as you will have a WRITING ASSIGNMENT (open book, hence you MUST have a solution to Q5) to do in class on Wednesday, based upon your answers to Q5 in Lab 2. Here is a link to the outline of the WRITING ASSIGNMENT Also, make sure you have Problem Set 19 completed. |

From Problem Set 19 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 18 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 18 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 18 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 17 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 17 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 16 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 16 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 15 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 15 complete all remaining questions. |

From Lab 02 complete Q5 from PART B. You MUST have 2 'medication plans' set up, that will run for 3-4 days. Make sure you have calculations that support your plan. Remember that this LAB will be turned into WRITING ASSIGNMENT within the next week, so please do the work!! |
From Lab 02 complete Q5 from PART B. You MUST have 2 'medication plans' set up, that will run for 3-4 days. Make sure you have calculations that support your plan. Remember that this LAB will be turned into WRITING ASSIGNMENT within the next week, so please do the work!! |

From Lab 02 complete Q1,2,3,4 from PART A - The Basics. READ Questions 5 and 6 |
From Lab 02 complete Q1,2,3,4 from PART A - The Basics. READ Questions 5 and 6 |

From Problem Set 14 complete all remaining questions. |
From Problem Set 14 complete all remaining questions. |

From Problem Set 13 complete Q2,3,5,8,9. We will finish Q7 together in class |
From Problem Set 13 complete all remaining questions. Please remember that you MUST have a TEST PREP done and ready to show me for next class (as you have an assessment next class!!!!) |

First, from Problem Set 12 complete Q1,2,3,4,6,7. We will do Q5 & 8 together in class |
First, from Problem Set 12 complete ALL QUESTIONS |

First, from Problem Set 11 complete ALL QUESTIONS |
First, from Problem Set 11 complete ALL QUESTIONS |

First, from Problem Set 10 complete ALL QUESTIONS Second, have PART 4 of LAB 1 done, as have had a discussion about HOW to analyze the new data. You do NOT need to do a 5 number summary each time, but you do need to find an appropriate statistical measure with which to perform your analysis in PART 4 |
First, from Problem Set 10 complete all questions |

First, from Problem Set 9 complete ALL QUESTIONS Second, Have PARTS 1 and 2 done. You should have all the statistical data analysis done as well as the histograms & BW plots and you should be in a position to tell me who the best thrower is and why. We will DISCUSS Part 4 (which you will do on your own later). |
First, from Problem Set 10 complete Q2,3,5,6 Second, have PART 4 of LAB 1 done, as have had a discussion about HOW to analyze the new data. You do NOT need to do a 5 number summary each time, but you do need to find an appropriate statistical measure with which to perform your analysis in PART 4 |

FIRST, Have PARTS 1 and 2 done. You should have all the statistical data analysis done as well as the histograms & BW plots and you should be in a position to tell me who the best thrower is and why. We will DISCUSS Part 4 (which you will do on your own later). SECOND, From Problem Set 9 complete Q1 - 5 |
FIRST, Have PARTS 1 and 2 done. You should have all the statistical data analysis done as well as the histograms & BW plots and you should be in a position to tell me who the best thrower is and why. We will DISCUSS Part 4 (which you will do on your own later). SECOND, From Problem Set 9 complete Q1 - 5 |

Consolidate any questions & concepts from Problem Set 7 as well as Problem Set 8. If you think you are OK with these Problem Sets, revisit PS 2 - PS 5 and prepare for Tuesday's re-test We will do Lab 1 in class together in our next class, so no need to work on it prior to class |
Consolidate any questions & concepts from Problem Set 7 as well as Problem Set 8. We will do Lab 1 in class together in our next class, so no need to work on it prior to class |

From Problem Set 8 complete ALL QUESTIONS |
From Problem Set 8 complete ALL QUESTIONS |

From Problem Set 7 complete ALL QUESTIONS |
From Problem Set 7 complete ALL QUESTIONS |

From Problem Set 7 complete Q1 - 5 |
From Problem Set 7 complete Q1 - 5 |

At this point, all questions in Problem Sets 1 - 6 should have been done - or at least attempted and reviewed, given our class solutions). Go back and revisit any questions that you had difficulty with earlier and make sure you understand them and can do them on your own I emailed each of you with a link to a Review Set: called SL1 Review Suggestions for Assessment 1. These are questions from the Oxford textbook that I would strongly advise you be able to work through!! I will REQUIRE that you hand in a TEST PREP, wherein you show me what you have done to prepare/study for this assessment REVIEW SESSION on Saturday, Sep 9 from 2pm to 5pm |
At this point, all questions in Problem Sets 1 - 6 should have been done - or at least attempted and reviewed, given our class solutions). Go back and revisit any questions that you had difficulty with earlier and make sure you understand them and can do them on your own I emailed each of you with a link to a Review Set: called SL1 Review Suggestions for Assessment 1. These are questions from the Oxford textbook that I would strongly advise you be able to work through!! I will REQUIRE that you hand in a TEST PREP, wherein you show me what you have done to prepare/study for this assessment REVIEW SESSION on Saturday, Sep 9 from 2pm to 5pm |

From Problem Set 6 complete ALL questions |
From Problem Set 6 complete ALL questions |

From Problem Set 5 complete all 7 Short Answer questions in Section A |
From Problem Set 5 complete all 7 Short Answer questions in Section A |

From Problem Set 4 complete all 7 questions |
From Problem Set 4 complete all 7 questions |

From Problem Set 3 complete Q2,3,4. |
From Problem Set 3 complete Q2,3,4 |

From Problem Set 2 complete Q4,5, 6 and 7. You WILL show me a complete PS 01 in Tuesday's class!!! |
From Problem Set 2 complete Q4,5, 6 and 7. You WILL show me a complete PS 01 in Tuesday's class!!! |

From Problem Set 1 complete Q4,5 and 6. |
From Problem Set 1 complete Q4,5 and 6. |

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