Computer Lab: Search a free download a mathematics-based software or websites to find the following limits. Please copy each graph and limit as an image (see an image below) or use

“Print Screen” (from keyboard, “PrtSc”) to edit into a Word document. Graph each of the following functions and find their limits:

Research Project: Search the Internet sources to find the following questions.

1). Early Methods for Finding Tangents (20 points).

2). Newton, Leibniz, and the Invention of Calculus (20 points).

Each student must follow the format:

1) Word document: Use single space, Times New Roman or Arial font type, 12 font-size (Headings or title can be used larger or bold font), and the page numbers.

2) At least 5 pages including all your computer lab, research information, and graphs (or images). A big graph with few words does not count as one page.

3) Organizing your report (see example below).

# Category: Calculus

You will sign my Desmos and complete the following activities:

Converting between Exponential and Logarithmic Forms

Laws of Logarithms

Equations of Exponential Functions

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If you don’t follow ALL of the following instructions, you will lose points. (5 points for each rule violation)

Rules for the Essay

Topic of the Essay: the application of Calculus in science, technology or industry.

It must be posted to Canvas (not sent by e-mail). No exceptions.

Submit work on time (due date is posted on Canvas). You will lose 10 points for each late day.

Only admissible format: PDF. No other formats will be accepted.

Required font: Times New Roman (size 12). Line spacing: 2.0. Number of pages: exactly 14 (12 pages of writing + 1 page of title + 1 page of references). You may include graphs, and/or tables. At least 1 citation, in APA (7th edition) format. Each essay must include: Introduction.

Body. Conclusions. The rubrics that will be used to evaluate your work are posted on Canvas. Familiarize yourself

with them. Your work will be subject to a plagiarism prevention check (Turnitin), so be original. A

Turnitin score of 25 % or more is not acceptable. If you get a score in that range of values,

then change and resubmit your work, until the Turnitin score is below 25 %.

You will sign my Desmos and complete the following activities:

Combining Functions

Average Rate of Change

Absolute Value Equations

Systems of Equations – Graphically

Systems of Inequalities

Module 1 Practice

You will sign my Desmos and complete the following activities:

Combining Functions

Average Rate of Change

Absolute Value Equations

Systems of Equations – Graphically

Systems of Inequalities

Module 1 Practice