## 12 SL Points of Inflection

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 16D.1 questions 2cf, 3efh, 9
Exercise 16D.2 questions 1, 2
Review Set 16C question 13

## 12 HL Probability

Complete* the following questions before class tomorrow.

Exercise 24E.2 question 5
Exercise 24F questions 2, 5, 7, 8
Exercise 24G questions 7 and 10
Exercise 24H.1 question 3, 7
Exercise 24I questions 1–3, 6, 11–13
Exercise 24J questions 1–4, 6, 9

*Hmm… that’s rather a lengthy list! I recommend you complete as many of these questions as possible, (say, up to at least 24H.1), and then I’ll leave you some time tomorrow to work on any remaining questions.

## 10 Philosophy: Science and Uniformity

Read Chapter 6 of Bertrand Russell’s The Problems of Philosophy.

You overhear the following discussion in class.

Stephen: Paper always burns, that’s a scientific fact.
Claire: No it’s not, paper doesn’t burn if it’s wet!

1. Is “paper always burns” a scientific fact? Is “paper always burns unless it’s wet” a scientific fact?
2. Can you think of any scientific claims that are always true, without exception? What are they?
3. Does science depend on the assumption of the uniformity of nature? Explain.

## 12 HL Intro to Probability

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 24C.1 question 6
Exercise 24D question 3
Exercise 24E.1 questions 3 and 5

## 11 SL Laws of Logarithms (Part 1)

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Are you looking to work ahead? The following questions will be assigned as homework in the coming days, so feel free to get started now if you want to be a Master of Logarithms!

Exercise 4C.2 questions 1aef, 2ace, 4abd
Exercise 4D.1 questions 1, 2, 4, 6abef
Exercise 4D.2 questions 1abhk, 2ae, 4ab, 5b
Exercise 4E questions 1abe, 2abe, 3, 4, 5abe, 6ae, 7a

## 12 SL Stationary Points

Complete the following questions before our next class. (Have a look at the section at the top of page 398 if you need help classifying stationary points.)

Exercise 16C questions 1, 2aceg, 4–7, 8bc, 12

## 11 SL Logarithms

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 4A questions 1, 2, 6

## 11 SL The Exponential Function [updated]

[Update] Since we didn’t quite get to cover all of this material, the questions below are optional. (If you want to get a head start on these questions please go ahead, but you won’t be expected to have these completed for the next class.)

Exercise 3H questions 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 10, 12, 14

## 11 SL Exponential Functions

Read through sections 3F and 3G in our textbook, then complete the following questions.

Exercise 3G.1 questions 1–3
Exercise 3G.2 questions 1, 4, 5

## 12 HL Solids of Revolution

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 22E.1 questions 5, 9, 11
Exercise 22E.2 questions 1–3, 6