My Calculus II professor, Brian Smith, posts scans of the answers to all the homework problems he assigns. He solves them himself and puts up PDF files online (class.daytonastate.edu). You can only see them if you’re in his course, and the online system has problems and is often slow.
Prof. Smith has given me permission to post his solutions publicly. Normally you would have to buy the Student Solutions Manual (SSM), but with the links below, you can get many of the answers for free.
These are for Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals by James Stewart, 6th ed. (049501169X). Prof. Smith only covers the homework problems he has assigned. All even problems and some odds are skipped. Average file size: 1MB.
- 7.5 evens.pdf
- 8.3 1-13.pdf
- 8.3 21-33.pdf
- TRIGONMETRY REVIEW
- blank unit circle.pdf
- special angle chart.pdf
- special angle chart answer key.pdf
- identities list.pdf
- 8.3 six trig graphs.pdf
- 8.3 trig graph shapes.pdf
- 2009-09-04 INTEGRALS WORKSHEET
- LAB_1_integration review answers.pdf
ZIP archive of the 40 PDFs above (31MB). I always try to make things easy for you.
Prof. Smith includes the question with every answer, so you can print these out and use them without the book. The Lab integration review applies only to our course, but it has the questions and answers so it will be useful for everyone.
Note to self: update the ZIP archive over SSH with these commands:
zip -r c2-solutions.zip c2-solutions/ smithbr/ trig-review/