

SINGLE TOPIC REVIEW WORKSHOPS Spinelli Center for Quantitative Learning POSTPONED: Monday, February 2, 4:155pm, McConnell 404. Basics of Differentiation. Review presentation given by mathematics department candidate. Wednesday, February 4, 4:155pm, McConnell 404. Basics of Integration. Review presentation given by mathematics department candidate. Thursday, February 5, 4:155pm, McConnell 404. Basics of Exponents & Logarithms. Review presentation given by mathematics department candidate. Tuesday, February 10, 79pm, Spinelli Center. Supervised calculus practice problems. If you attended the review presentations on differentiation and/or integration and would like more practice on techniques, a tutor will have handouts and will be available for questions. Wednesday, February 11, 79pm, Spinelli Center. Supervised calculus practice problems. If you attended the review presentations on differentiation and/or integration and would like more practice on techniques, a tutor will have handouts and will be available for questions. Monday, February 16, 4:155pm, McConnell 404. Basics of Differentiation. Review presentation given by mathematics department candidate. POSTPONED: Monday, February 16, 79pm, Spinelli Center. Basics of Lines. Graph a line from an equation in pointslope form, slopeintercept form, or standard form. Obtain the equation of a line from a graph. Change from one equation form to another equation form. Solve a set of linear equations (intersecting lines). Tuesday, February 17, 79pm, Spinelli Center: Trigonometric Functions. Define trigonometric functions in terms of the unit circle. Graphing the sine, cosine and tangent functions. Determine the amplitude, period, and phase shift of sinusoidal functions. Review some identities and inverse trigonometric functions. Tuesday, February 24, 79pm, Spinelli Center: Supervised precalculus practice problems. If you attended the review presentations on exponents & logarithms, lines, and/or trigonometry and would like more practice, a tutor will have handouts and will be available for questions. Wednesday, February 25, 79pm, Spinelli Center. Basics of Lines. Graph a line from an equation in pointslope form, slopeintercept form, or standard form. Obtain the equation of a line from a graph. Change from one equation form to another equation form. Solve a set of linear equations (intersecting lines). If you would like to review topics listed below, please contact Karyn Nelson (krnelson@smith.edu) to arrange an appointment: Significant Figures 


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