MATH 110 Differential Calculus — Section 4
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go to the MATH 110 common webpage.
This is the page for Section 4 of MATH 110.
 LECTURE DETAILS
 When: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am  10:00am
 Where: Leonard S. Klinck (LSK) 200.
 INSTRUCTOR
 Name: Costanza Piccolo
 Office: MATH 229 D
 Phone #: 6048273032
 Email: costanza at math dot ubc dot ca
 Office Hours: Wednesday 3:004:00pm, Friday 10:0011:00am,
or by appointment (please email me to set up an appointment).
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PRELECTURE READINGS
Prelecture readings will be posted here. You are strongly recommended to spend about 3040 minutes before going to class
reading the material on the textbook.
NOTES and WORKSHEETS
Class notes and worksheets will be posted here.
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HOMEWORK
 WeBWorK assignments:
Weekly assignments are posted on WeBWorK, follow
the link to MATH110ALL_2017W12 and log in using your CWL.
Once you logged in, you will see the list of assignments that are currently open.
The due date for each assignment is also
listed.
 Written assignments: Additional homework will be posted here.
The written assignments will be collected on
ComPAIR.
You must go to Connect to create your account on ComPAIR. Once you logged in to ComPAIR at least
once through Connect, you can return to ComPAIR directly without having to go through Connect.
Here are instructions on how to submit homework on ComPAIR:
 Write out full solutions to each question on a separate piece of paper (multiple pages for a single question is OK). Do not include your name or student number on your paper.
 Take a good quality picture of
your work. Make sure the orientation of your picture is vertical (not landscape).
Allowed formats are: JPEG, JPG, MOV, MP3, MP4, PDF, PNG, WAV, WEBM.
Maximum file size of 250MB.
 Log in to ComPAIR using your CWL,
upload pictures by the due date.

After the due date, go back to ComPAIR and complete the comparsion/feedback and reflection portions of the homework.
 The comparison consists of reading pairs of solutions written by other students in the class (chosen at random) and ranking them based on quality. You are also required to provide feedback to each solution you read. Make sure your feedback is constructive and respectful.
You need to complete 4 comparisons to receive marks on this part of the assignment.
 The last step is the reflection part of the assignment. After completing the comparisons, you will see your submitted solution. Reflect on the quality of your work, you may include ways you would improve/correct your solution.
 You'll be graded on completion for each of the three components of the assignment: submitting your own solution,
comparing four pairs of solutions written by other students, reflecting on your own work.
We will be monitoring the feedback and reflection entries on ComPAIR to make sure only appropriate submission receive marks.
Term 2
Written Assignment 2.5 is due by 9AM on Wednesday April 4.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by
Saturday April 7, 11PM.
The assignment has three questions:
 Question 1: Over the past two weeks we learned how to solve optmization problems. Explain in your own words what we mean by "optimization problems".
Answer:
With ''optimization problem'' we mean the problem of finding the optimal configuration for some situation subject to one or more
constraints.
 Question 2,
Solutions TYPO: the critical point
should be a=3/2 and thus the other dimension is b=2,
 Question 3,
Solutions.
Written Assignment 2.4 is due by 9AM on Friday March 23.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 10PM on
Tuesday March 27.
The assignment has three questions:
 Question 1,
Solutions, Solution to part 5
 Question 2,
Solutions, Solution to part (d)
 Question 3,
Solutions, Solution to part (b) and (g).
Written Assignment 2.3 is due by 9AM on Friday February 16.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 10PM on
Tuesday February 20.
The assignment has two questions:
 Question 1,
Solutions,
 Question 2,
Solutions,
Written Assignment 2.2 is due by 9AM on Friday January 26.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 10PM on
Tuesday January 30.
The assignment has two questions:
 Question 1,
Solutions,
 Question 2,
Solutions to this problem are available on the UBC MER Wiki: part a, part b, just replace h=6 and L=25.
Written Assignment 2.1 is due by 9AM on Saturday January 13.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 10PM on
Tuesday January 16.
The assignment has two questions:
 Question 1, Solutions:
Exam question 7, Exam question 9
 Question 2,
Solution
Term 1
Written Assignment 4 is due by 9AM on Monday November 27.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 10PM on
Tuesday November 28.
The assignment has two questions:
 Question 1,
Solutions
 Question 2,
Solutions
Written Assignment 3 is due by 9AM on Friday November 10.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 9AM on
Monday November 13.
The assignment has two questions:
 Question 1, Solutions
 Question 2, Solutions
Written Assignment 2 is due by 9AM on Friday October 13.
The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 9AM on
Monday October 16.
The assignment has three questions:
 Question 1, Solutions
 Question 2, Solutions
 Question 3, Solutions
Written Assignment 1 is due by 9AM on Friday September 29. The comparison/reflection submissions are due by 9AM on
Monday October 2.
The assignment has three questions:
 (from the textbook) section 0.2, problem #11, page 11
 (from the textbook) section 1.0, problem #6, page 6
 here is question 3
 Solutions
QUIZZES
Quizzes and solutions will be posted here.
Term 2
Quiz 2.5 Solutions
Quiz 2.4 Solutions
Quiz 2.3 Solutions
Quiz 2.2 Solutions
Quiz 2.1 Solution 1 ,
Quiz 2.1 Solution 2
Term 1
Quiz 6 Solutions
Quiz 5 Solutions
Quiz 4 Solutions
Quiz 3 Solutions.
Quiz 2 Solutions
Quiz 1 Solutions
Quiz 1 Sample
GRADING SCHEME
Your final mark will be calculated as follows
 20% = December exam
 30% = April exam
 20% = two midterm exams (10% each)
 13% = homework (9% webwork + 4% handin assignments)
 13% = workshops
 4% = inclass activities
Refer to the Math 110 common course webpage page for
course policies on missed work and exams and other information.
Go to Math 110 common course webpage page.