Homework for Lecture Bring these to class to hand in at the start of lecture 3. If you have any questions about how to do something, bring your questions, too. For full credit, you must make a reasonable attempt at answering every question. You need to show all your work, for all the steps, in a legible and easy-to-follow way. You also need to staple multiple sheets together, to remove any 'spaghetti edges', and to make sure that your homework is done in a manner that is professional and presentable. Section 1.1 Homework Problems (In the form #14(answer) ) Distance Formula: Midpoint Formula: For the following questions, you should be able to get exact answers (with radicals), as well as be able to use your calculator to get an approximate, decimalnumber answer. #55 (4, 0) 3 #57 , 1 2 1 #58 3, 2 #61 (1.05, 0.7) #62 (.45, 1.7) #35( 2 17 8.25 ) #37( 85 9.22 ) #38 ( 29 5.39 #41 ( 6.89 2.62 ) #42 ( 3.69 1.92 ) Also, be able to explain why the distance formula works (be able to explain where each part of the formula comes from, and why it makes sense) #65 - Show your work! ( (0,0) is on the graph ) 1.1 Graphing Equations By Hand #80 #87 Graphing Equations By Calculator #91 #92 Keep in mind that for every homework assignment, you should do as many problems as you need to really have some confidence that you understand the material. If that means you need to do more than what’s listed here, then you should do those extra problems.