This assignment is related to

- Lecture 23 - Monday, November 2
- Lecture 24 - Wednesday, November 4
- Lecture 25 - Friday, November 6

**Exam #4 on Tuesday, November 10 will cover the course material
through Chapter 5.**

- In the Lab
Manual, read the sections on
**int**and**Illustrating Riemann Sums**, pages 93 - 100. Also read the first page and one-half of**dsolve**, pages 101 - 102. - Go through the worked Sample Problem for Chapter 6, Sections 1, 2, and 3. This material is found on pages 142 - 144 of the Lab Manual. I suggest that you first try to do the problems using MAPLE on your own. Then compare your solutions with those in the Lab Manual.
- Work through Demonstrations #11. (Part of this demonstration will be covered in class the week of November 2.)

**READING: **Chapter 6 Sections 1,2 and 3.

**CORE PROBLEMS:** Write up, for your own record, solutions to
the Core
Problems for Chapter 6 sections 1, 2, and 3.

C**ore Problems - errors and comments:**

- 6.1 #7. There is an error in the statement of the problem. It should read f(x) = x^2, not f(x^2)=x^2.
- 6.3 #21. For this one you should use MAPLE. First enter the command "with(student);" (see page 98 of your Lab Manual). This puts a collection of special routines at your disposal. For this problem you should use the routine rightsum(f(x),x=a..b,n). For a description of the routine, select the word "rightsum" and then choose "Help on Context." This should open a help window with an explanation of the use of the rightsum routine.

**OLD FINAL EXAM PROBLEMS:** Final Exams for the past eight
semesters are included at the back of your Math 150/151 Lab
Manual. For this week's assignment you should work the following
problems from the old final exams:

Fall 1996: |
# none this time |

Spring 1997: |
# none this time |

Fall 1997: |
# 4, 16 |

Spring 1998: |
# none this time |

For the directory of homework assignments, see HOMEWORK.