Office hours for today (3/31) will be from 1 to 3pm.

I will have to leave promptly at 3pm.

# Monthly Archives: March 2015

# Tech Day Student Volunteers

Dear all,

WE NEED YOUR HELP! STUDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 2015TECH DAY!!! Friday, April 17, 2015

To see what the Tech Day is about: http://www.eng-sci.udmercy.edu/pre-college/tdd/index.htm

The deadline for volunteering is March 28th. If you are interested contact

Pamela Pamela Rhoades Todd

Director, Pre-College Programs

College of Engineering and Science

University of Detroit Mercy

4001 West McNichols Detroit, Michigan 48221

Office: (313) 993-3374

# Homework Due 4/1/2015

Section 15.3

Problems 4, 6, 12, 18

Section 15.4

Problems 4, 8, 12, 30

Section 15.5

Problems 2, 4

# Homework Due 3/25

Section 14.4

Problems 4, 18, 44, 46,

Section 14.7

Problems 4, 8, 22, 36, 38

Section 15.1

Problems 16, 20, 26

Section 15.2

Problems 24, 38, 46

# Protected: Exam 2, Feedback, and Solutions

# Office hour for tomorrow

Dear all,

The office hours for tomorrow will be from 12:30 to 2, and from 3 to 4.

I have classes/meetings right before and right after. So, I may arrive a few minutes late, or leave a few minutes early. The office hours will resume to the normal 2 to 4 next week. Thank you.

# Feedback for Exam 2

Feedback for Exam 2- MTH 2410- W15.txt

The equation cos(x)=0 has infinitely many solutions because cos(x) is periodic.

You can find the solutions in the interval [0,2*pi] and the rest are translations of these solutions. In particular, cos(x)=0 and x in [0,2*pi], implies x=pi/2 or x=3pi/2. All solutions have the form

x=pi/2+2*pi*k, or x=3pi/2+2*pi*k, where k is any integer number.