These are my notes from the FastTrack program:

Date 
Description 
W 8/23 
Lecture 1  Brief course introdution; functions and graph
of a function; transformation on functions (Sections 1.1 and 1.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 8/25 
Lecture 2 
Elementary functions and examples (Sections 1.1 and 1.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 8/28 
Lecture 3  Operations on functions; composition of functions; inverse of a function and its graph (Sections 1.2 and 1.3) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] videos 
W 8/30 
Lecture 4  Exponential and logarithmic functions (Sections 1.1 and 1.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] videos 
F 9/1 
Lecture 5  Applications: Exponential growth and decay (Sections 1.1 and 1.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] videos 
M 9/4  Labor Day  no class 
W 9/6 
Lecture 6  Semilog and doublelog plots (end of Section 1.3) [semilog plot graph paper] Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 9/8 
Lecture 7  Semilog and doublelog plots (end of Section 1.3) [doublelog plot graph paper] Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 9/11 
Lecture 8  Exponential growth and decay/Sequences (Sections 2.1 and 2.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 9/13 
Lecture 9  Sequences (Section 2.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 9/15 _{ } 
Lecture 10  Sequences (Section 2.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] This applet performs cobwebbing for a firstorder difference equation x_{n+1}=f(x_{n}) 
M 9/18 
Lecture 11  More population models (Section 2.3)  optional Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] This lecture is a good source of inspiration for the Final Project Applet: BevertonHolt Recruitment Curve Applet: Discrete Logistic Equation (1976 Nature article by Robert May) Applet: Ricker's Curve 
T 9/19  EXAM 1, 57 pm 
W 9/20 
Lecture 12  Limits (Section 3.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] This applet will help you understand the formal definition of limit. 
F 9/22 
Lecture 13  Limits (Section 3.1); Continuity (Section 3.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 9/25 
Lecture 14  Continuity (Section 3.2) Which choice of the parameter c makes the function f(x) graphed in the following applet continuous for every real number? Applet: Continuity 
W 9/27 
Lecture 15  Limits at infinity (Section 3.3);
properties of continuous functions (Section 3.5) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 9/29 
Lecture 16  continuation of previous lecture

M 10/2 
Lecture 17 
The Sandwich Theorem and some trigonometric limits (Section 3.4) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 10/4 
Lecture 18  Formal definition of the derivative (Section 4.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 10/6 
Lecture 19  The power rule, the basic rules of differentiation, and the derivatives of polynomials (Section 4.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] Which choice of the parameters a and b make the function f(x) graphed in the following applet continuous and differentiable for every real number? Applet: Differentiability vs Continuity 
M 10/9 
Lecture 20 
Product rule and quotient rule (Section 4.3) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 10/11 
Lecture 21 
A first look at differential equations (Subsection 4.1.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 10/13 
Lecture 22  The chain rule and higher derivatives (Section 4.4) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 10/16  Lecture 23  Review 
T 10/17  EXAM 2, 57 pm 
W 10/18 
Lecture 24  Implicit differentiation (Subsection 4.4.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 10/20 
Lecture 25  Related rates (Subsection 4.4.3) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 10/23 
Lecture 26  Derivatives of trigonometric functions (Section 4.5) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 10/25 
Lecture 27  Derivatives of exponential functions (Section 4.6) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 10/27 
Lecture 28  Derivatives of logarithmic functions and logarithmic differentiation (Subsections 4.7.2 and 4.7.3) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 10/30 
Lecture 29  Linear approximations and error propagation (Section 4.8) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 11/1 
Lecture 30  Extrema and the Mean Value Theorem (Section 5.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 11/3 
Lecture 31  Extrema and the Mean Value Theorem (Section 5.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 11/6 
Lecture 32  Monotonicity and concavity (Section 5.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 11/8 
Lecture 33  Extrema, inflection points and graphing (Section 5.3) 
F 11/10 
Lecture 34  Optimization (Section 5.4) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 11/13  Lecture 35  Optimization (Section 5.4) 
T 11/14  EXAM 3, 57 pm 
W 11/15 
Lecture 36  L'Hôpital's rule (Section 5.5) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 11/17 
Lecture 37  Difference equations: Stability (Section 5.6) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] This applet performs cobwebbing for a firstorder difference equation x_{n+1}=f(x_{n}) 
M 11/20 
Lecture 38  Antiderivatives (Section 5.8) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 11/22  Thanksgiving Break  no class 
F 11/24 
Thanksgiving Break  no class 
M 11/27 
Lecture 39  Antiderivatives (Section 5.8) Your Final Project is due today! (see Final Project) 
W 11/29 
Lecture 40  The definite integral (Section 6.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 12/1 
Lecture 41  The definite integral (Section 6.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
M 12/4 
Lecture 42  The definite integral (Section 6.1) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
W 12/6 
Lecture 43  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Section 6.2) Lecture notes (with answers) [or 4 x page format (with answers)] 
F 12/8 
Lecture 44  The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus (Section 6.2) 
W 12/13  FINAL EXAM, 68 pm 