Chain Rule

Quote of the day–There is always a right way and a wrong way, and the wrong way always seems the more reasonable.  ~George Moore

No QR 4.4 quiz tomorrow.  Wednesday’s quiz will be thorough.

After discussing the weekend’s homework, we covered the Chain Rule.  We are using the u-substitution method for the time being, but eventually we should be able to handle chain-rule derivatives without using crutches.  Homework–P. 146 #1-9 odd.  For some more challenging problems (with solutions), try #1, 3, 6, 12, and 16 on this site.  #16 is especially pathological.

I asked my Bible class the following question:  If you could spend one hour in conversation with anyone in history, living or dead, who would it be and why?  How would you respond?  Just curious…

BTW, if you were participating in the Beijing Olympics, would you leave this prohibited item at home?


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