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    Paul's Online Math Notes

    Anyone have the answers to all the assignment problems for "Paul's Online Math Notes"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by doughishere View Post
    Anyone have the answers to all the assignment problems for "Paul's Online Math Notes"?
    This is like asking for the instructor's edition of a textbook so you can cheat. As Paul says (go to http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/, click Site Help, then Where are the answers/solutions to the Assignment Problems?),
    Answer/solutions to the assignment problems do not exist. Those are intended for use by instructors to assign for homework problems if they want to. Having solutions (and for many instructors even just having the answers) readily available would defeat the purpose of the problems. Please do not email asking for the solutions/answers as you won't get them from me.

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    I took the day to make this pdf (the attached pic) of the the first practice problem (http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Probl...nts_Rates.aspx) but tomorrow I hope to scale it to the homework problems(http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Probl...nts_Rates.aspx).

    I was hoping for some proof readers.

    Its a tall order but my aim was to write a comprehensive solutions guide for the assignments. I think someone should do it. And I think it would be a big help and a way I could give back to the community(and honestly really learn Calculus). I dont know. Maybe I just do it for myself. It is rather tall order.

    I gatta see how well this scales. And how good I become at doing Latex.......I dont wanna get any hopes up just yet but its a kinda an idea I had. It might be too hard. I'll have a better idea. Plus since this is on my own time it might take a while.



    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Probl...nts_Rates.aspx


    Keep in mind 3 moths ago I didnt know any Latex either. I hope at least the first page looks good. Ps. its based on a template here (https://www.overleaf.com/latex/examp...d#.Woot__bwYuW). I dont want to take all the credit because i most certainly dont deserve much.
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    Last edited by doughishere; 02-18-2018 at 09:53 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doughishere View Post
    I took the day to make this pdf (the attached pic) of the the first practice problem (http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Probl...nts_Rates.aspx) but tomorrow I hope to scale it to the homework problems

    I was hoping for some proof readers.
    I'm not sure whether that pronoun refers to the PDF file or its content, but what is meant by "scale it to the homework problems"?

    If you would like people to proofread your work, you'll need to upload legible images. This forum cannot post a full-size screen shot, without reducing the image. If the source file exceeds the size parameters by too much, the reduced image will not be legible. The size limits are available on the Manage Attachments dialog box; click the click the question mark icon (it looks like a cyan-colored dot containing a question mark).

    Taking two or three smaller screen shots of a full page usually works better.
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    It took me a while but I did finish the first one. Obviously, it wasnt the only thing I worked on but it is the first ~99% completed assignment. The rest should be a bit faster(I hope!). I havent looked too closely for errors and such but I think its pretty good. honestly a little sick of looking at it this week so, my aim is to go back over it Monday and finalize it.

    Rates of Change and Tangent Lines
    Solution Set: https://view.publitas.com/n-a-55/rat...tangent_lines/
    Problem Set: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ProblemsNS/CalcI/Tangets_Rates.aspx


    Welcome to look at it and provide any help or if anyone has any suggestions!
    Last edited by doughishere; 02-24-2018 at 04:44 PM.
    LaTeX Cookbook (How to write equations) - http://www.personal.ceu.hu/tex/cookbook.html
    Highly Recommend -
    1) College Algebra and Problem Solving - https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:ASUx+MAT117x+1T2016/course/
    2) Precalculus - ​https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:ASUx+MAT170x+2T2017/course/



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