**Monday - **

Section 11.3

p. 829; 43 - 45, 47 - 48, 51 - 53, 55 - 60

Here is #44

Here is #48

Here is #59

3d point plotter (for problems 59, 60) This seems to only work on PCs :(

Another (better) 3D plotter (thanks Madi Lee!)

**Tuesday - **

**Section 11.4**

**Here is Example 1**

**Here is Example 2**

Here is Example 3

p. 838; 1 - 4, 6 - 9, 12 - 16, 21 - 25, 27, 28

Here is #27

Here is #28** (with no sound) :( (In the video it may be difficult to understand why I switch from <-6, 6, 24> to <-1, 1, 4>. The book does this also and it is basically like reducing a slope from 2/4 to 1/2, as all I am doing is factoring out a 6 from the i value, j value and the k value) **

**Wednesday - **

p. 842 - 843; 5 - 9 odd, 11 - 23 odd, 27 - 35 odd, 45 - 63 odd

**Thursday - **
Chapter 11 Test

**Friday - **

Khan Academy Intro to Limit

Another Khan Academy video on limits

Khan Academy video on Limits (there are a number of other good Khan Academy videos talking about limits so go ahead and look them up if this section is confusing to you)

Section 12.1

p. 858 - 859; 8, 9, 13 - 29 odd, 30