Some of the 12/04 homework problems involve regression. Here is a document that will remind you how to do them on the calculator. The example uses a quadratic but I have faith in your ability to extend the information to the exponential and logistic regressions.

12/02 Intro/Review of Exponential Functions

HW p.261-264/8, 10, 13, 15, 19, 23, 25-30, 35, 39, 40, 45-49 odd, 61, 65, 66, 69-73

12/03 Math Department Professional Developement - no class

12/03 Math Department Professional Developement - no class

12/04 Modeling with Exponential and Logistic Functions

HW p.262-263/51-58

**and**p.271-273/12-15, 21-33 by 3's, 39, 42, 45, 58-61
12/06 Practicing with log functions. Standard transformation rules apply.

HW p.281/3-36 by 3's, 37-40, 42-60 by 3's

12/09 Proving and Using Log Properties (proof exemplars)

HW finish handout

12/10 Extra Problems on Exponential and Log Functions

HW handout 1-15 (answer key)

12/11 Log Transformations, More Log Properties & Log Applications

HW problems listed on handout (answer key)

12/13 More Log Applications (Newton's Law of Cooling especially)

HW problems listed on handout

12/16 Re-expression of data and Semi-log graphing

HW finish handout

12/17 Review problems (answer key)

12/18 Test of Ch 3