Textbook
Statistics
 Susie has put together a coursepack for the statistics portion of this course.
All students should have a copy of this coursepack, either hard copy or digital copy, for use in
class by March 5.
 Coursepack as a single PDF
 A zip file containing each section as a separate PDF
 You can buy a printed, coil bound copy of this coursepack for around $13 at the Interurban Satellite Printshop in the CBA Atrium (hours given in the link).
 Here are the full solutions to the exercises at the end of each section.
Integral Calculus and Differential Equations

Title: Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus: SI Version, 10th edition Author: Allyn J. Washington
Recommended Exercises
The recommended exercises from the textbook and the statistics problems can be found on the Homework page.
Textbook Corrections for Washington
Ninth and Tenth editions
 Section 28.2: There is an error in the answers in the back of the text to Section 28.2, #37. The correct answer should be y=ln(3.5/(3+cos x)) + 2  in other words, the 2 should be outside the ln brackets, not inside.
 Section 28.6, question 29: in the question, the x^{3} in the numerator should be x^{2} (squared instead of cubed) instead.
 Section 28.7: I'm told that in the digital version of the tenth edition, the answer to #9 (maybe #7?) should be 2x tan^{1}x  ln (1+x^{2}) + C (the square root is incorrect)
 Section 31.4: In the 9th edition (and possibly the 10th, but I don't have that edition handy), the answer to Question #17 should be y = x + e^{x} / 2  1 + C e^{x} (the textbook answer is missing the e^{x} on the term with the C)
 Section 31.10: In the Student Solution Manual (SSM), Question #9: because the righthandside of the DE is just a constant, your particular solution S_{p} should just be a constant (A, for example). You do not require a linear term in t.
Eighth edition
 There is an error in the Student Solutions Manual. The answer for Section 28.8  #5 in the back of the book is correct, but in the solutions manual, you'll note that if x = tan θ, then dx cannot be sec θ tan θ dθ  it must be sec^{2} θ dθ instead.
 There is an error in the answers in the back of the text to Section 28.2, #37. The correct answer should be y=ln(3.5/(3+cos x)) + 2  in other words, the 2 should be outside the ln brackets, not inside.