Hi All: I am taking Calc 1 at a community college and we are using Calculus by James Stewart 7th edition. I am able to do homework problems that are assigned to us which are only a small subset of problems from end of the chapter exercises. However, we are not doing any of the remaining problems and that's where I am having problem since they appear to be tougher problems. Am I supposed to do these to get a good grasp of the concept? Is that how some of ivy league students prepare? I am just worried that our instructor might be making it little too easy since Calc 1 is taken by various majors but I want to be an engineering major. I cannot blame my instructor because that's how syllabus is prepared keeping in mind diverse majors. In the 7th edition, every sub chapter has about 70 problems. Thanks for any pointers!