Caban-Algebra 2 Year 1-Per 6-MRN21 Period 6 (12:33 - 1:15) Assignments

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L93 Aim: How do we use the confidence interval and margin of error in the context of a problem? in Google Classroom

L93 Aim: How do we use the confidence interval and margin of error in the context of a problem?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  Then the practice problems are in the Google Doc.

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L92 Aim: How are z-scores used to solve percent of data and probability of events associated with normal distributions? in Google Classroom

L92 Aim: How are z-scores used to solve percent of data and probability of events associated with normal distributions?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  Then the practice problems are in the Google Doc.  Thanks.

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Extra Practice #1: How do we use measures of dispersion to solve problems? in Google Classroom

Extra Practice #1: How do we use measures of dispersion to solve problems?

The Google Doc is more regents problems on the standard deviation for practice.  It is due Tuesday, June 15.  We will go over the problems on Monday.

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L91 Aim: How do we apply the characteristics of a normal distribution? in Google Classroom

L91 Aim: How do we apply the characteristics of a normal distribution?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  Then the practice problems are in the Google Doc.

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Final Exam (Exam #10) in Google Classroom

Final Exam (Exam #10)

Part 1 is 7 multiple choice problems, each correct response will receive 2 points.  Part 2 is two short response problems.  You will need to show work and upload your solutions.  Partial credit is available for 4 points each.  You will need scrap paper and a calculator.  I strongly suggest using the DESMOS graphing calculator.  Good luck.

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R10 Aim: How do we review for Exam 10 (Final Exam)? in Google Classroom

R10 Aim: How do we review for Exam 10 (Final Exam)?

I am posting this assignment early in the hopes that you will work on the problems so that when we go over them in ZOOM class you will have had a chance to solve each problem.  You will need loose-leaf and a calculator.  I strongly suggest using the DESMOS graphing calculator.  Tuesday, June 8 will be our Final Exam.  Thanks.

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L90C Aim: How do we calculate and apply the standard deviation? in Google Classroom

L90C Aim: How do we calculate and apply the standard deviation?

There is no Google Slides presentation because I want to do more practice calculating and applying the standard deviation.  The Google Doc contains regents problems on this topic for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L90B Aim: How do we calculate the standard deviation? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L90B Aim: How do we calculate the standard deviation? Day 2

We will finish the Google Slides from lesson 90 and then today's problems are on a new worksheet in the Google Doc.

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L90 Aim: How do we calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L90 Aim: How do we calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion? Day 1

We will go through most of the slides for Day 1 and finish them tomorrow.  Today's classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thank you.

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L89 Aim: How do we use a geometric sequence to solve problems? in Google Classroom

L89 Aim: How do we use a geometric sequence to solve problems?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing for understanding to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thank you.

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Mathletics #7: Irrational Numbers in Google Classroom

Mathletics #7: Irrational Numbers

This is a very short Mathletics and it is due by next Friday, May 21, 2021.


Next Tuesday and Wednesday will also be Mathletics Days and there will be no ZOOM on those two days.

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Exam 9 (MP 6 Test 1) in Google Classroom

Exam 9 (MP 6 Test 1)

Part I is 10 multiple choice problems, each one worth 2 points.  Part II is short response problems.  Problem 11 is worth 3 points.  Problem 12 is worth 4 points.  For the part II problems you must show all work and upload your responses in your own handwriting.  Good Luck.  Thanks.

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R9: How do we review for Friday's Exam? in Google Classroom

R9: How do we review for Friday's Exam?

Change of plans.  We need to do Exam #9 this Friday, and so we will review on Thursday.  I am giving you the problems ahead of time so that you can do them before I go over them on Thursday.  The Review will count as a homework/classwork assignment.  Thanks.

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Special Attendance for Asynchronous on 5/19/2021  in Google Classroom

Special Attendance for Asynchronous on 5/19/2021

Please fill-out the Google Form for today's attendance.  Thank you.


PS: Tomorrow we will finish the lesson on arithmetic sequences.  Friday, we will review for Monday's Exam (MP 6 Test 1).

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Special Attendance for Asynchronous on 5/18/2021 in Google Classroom

Special Attendance for Asynchronous on 5/18/2021

Please fill-in the Google Form for attendance and work on Mathletics, catch-up, and/or study for an upcoming AP Exam.  Thank you.

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L88 Aim: How do we use an arithmetic sequence to solve problems? in Google Classroom

L88 Aim: How do we use an arithmetic sequence to solve problems?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  Then you have a PADLET writing for understanding to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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Mathletics #6: Functions (Part 2) in Google Classroom

Mathletics #6: Functions (Part 2)

This Mathletics is due in one week because it is short, so please submit before May 14, 2021.  Thanks.

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L87 Aim: How do we solve linear absolute value inequalities involving one variable? in Google Classroom

L87 Aim: How do we solve linear absolute value inequalities involving one variable?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET writing for understanding to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit. Thanks.

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L86 Aim: How do we solve linear equations in one variable involving absolute values? in Google Classroom

L86 Aim: How do we solve linear equations in one variable involving absolute values?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing and error analysis to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit. Thanks.

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Mathletics #5: Functions (Part 1) in Google Classroom

Mathletics #5: Functions (Part 1)

This Mathletics will be due on May 7, 2021 and will count in the 6th Marking Period, and so only work on it today if you have already completed Mathletics #3 and #4, which will both count in the 5th Marking Period.  Thank you.

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L85 Aim: How do we graph absolute value relations and functions? in Google Classroom

L85 Aim: How do we graph absolute value relations and functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thank you.

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L84 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L84 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET error and writing activity to do. Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit. Thanks.

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L83 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L83 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 1

We will go through the Google Slides together.  You have a PADLET error and writing activity to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L82 Aim: How do we graph radical functions? How do we determine the domain and range of radical functions? in Google Classroom

L82 Aim: How do we graph radical functions? How do we determine the domain and range of radical functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET writing and error analysis to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thank you.

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L81 Aim: How can we use properties of exponents to simplify products and quotients of radicals? in Google Classroom

L81 Aim: How can we use properties of exponents to simplify products and quotients of radicals?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  You have a PADLET error analysis and writing problem.  Then the classwork/homework problem is in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L80 Aim: How are the nth roots and rational exponents related? in Google Classroom

L80 Aim: How are the nth roots and rational exponents related?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing and error analysis to do. Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L79 Aim: How do we find the product or quotient of two functions? in Google Classroom

L79 Aim: How do we find the product or quotient of two functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  You have a PADLET writing activity to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and submit for credit. Thanks.

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L78 Aim: How do we find the sum or difference of two functions? in Google Classroom

L78 Aim: How do we find the sum or difference of two functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L77 Aim: How do we solve rational equations with binomial denominators? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L77 Aim: How do we solve rational equations with binomial denominators? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing and error analysis to do.  Then the classwork/homework is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.  Thanks.

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Exam 8 (MP5 Test 2) in Google Classroom

Exam 8 (MP5 Test 2)

You need scrap paper and a calculator.  Don't guess the multiple choices.  Solve them on scrap paper and then choose wisely.  There are 15 problems.  Part I has 11 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points.  Part II has 4 short response problems, each worth 3 points.  You need to show all work for part 2 problems to receive full or partial credit.  Good luck. Thank you.

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R8 Aim: How do we review for Exam 8? in Google Classroom

R8 Aim: How do we review for Exam 8?

I am releasing the Google Doc with all the practice problems now for those students who wish to start studying today.  We will go through most of the problems together tomorrow.  It will count as a CH assignment.  Thanks.

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L76 Aim: How do we solve rational equations? in Google Classroom

L76 Aim: How do we solve rational equations?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment.  Then the Classwork/Homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.  Thanks.

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L75 Aim: How do we divide rational expressions? in Google Classroom

L75 Aim: How do we divide rational expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing and error activity.  The the classwork/homework assignment is a mere 6 problems is in the Google Doc for you to do and return for credit. Thanks.

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L74 Aim: How do we multiply rational expressions? in Google Classroom

L74 Aim: How do we multiply rational expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET error and writing analysis to do.  Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.  Thank you.

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L73 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with different denominators? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L73 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with different denominators? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment to turn in for credit is in the Google Doc.

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L72 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with different denominators? in Google Classroom

L72 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with different denominators?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment to turn in for credit is in the Google Doc.

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L71 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with like denominators? in Google Classroom

L71 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions with like denominators?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment to return for credit is in the Google Doc. Thanks.

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L70 Aim: How do we graph a rational function? in Google Classroom

L70 Aim: How do we graph a rational function?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework to return for credit is in the Google Doc. Thanks.

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Mathletics #4: Exponents Part II in Google Classroom

Mathletics #4: Exponents Part II

This is the second part of the topic on Exponents. It is due April 5, the day we return from Spring Break. Both Mathletics #3 and Mathletics #4 will count for the 5th Marking Period. Thanks.

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Mathletics #3: Exponents Part I in Google Classroom

Mathletics #3: Exponents Part I

This is the Mathletics I assigned 2 weeks ago. It is technically due today, but I have extended the due date until the day we come back from Spring Break. The second part will also be due April 5, the day we we return from Spring Break.

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L69 Aim: How do we simplify rational expressions with a polynomial denominator? in Google Classroom

L69 Aim: How do we simplify rational expressions with a polynomial denominator?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment.  Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L68 Aim: How do we reduce rational expressions? in Google Classroom

L68 Aim: How do we reduce rational expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L67 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L67 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L66 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? in Google Classroom

L66 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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Exam 7 (Spring Midterm) in Google Classroom

Exam 7 (Spring Midterm)

Part I is 10 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points. Part 2 is full response problems, each worth up to 4 points with partial credit available. You will need to upload your solutions for the part 2 problems. Good luck.

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R7 Aim: How do we review for Exam #7 (Spring Midterm Exam)? in Google Classroom

R7 Aim: How do we review for Exam #7 (Spring Midterm Exam)?

The Google Doc has the problems we will be going over today to review for the Spring Midterm Exam that will be given tomorrow. We will use a stop and go approach. Depending on the problem, I will give you 2 to 4 minutes to solve it, then I will go over it. The will count as a classwork/homework assignment. Thanks.

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L65 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using long division? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L65 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using long division? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the Classwork/Homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L64 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using long division? in Google Classroom

L64 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using long division?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a short PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L63 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions? in Google Classroom

L63 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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Exam 6 (MP 4 Test 2) in Google Classroom

Exam 6 (MP 4 Test 2)

Please solve all 13 problems. Part I is 10 multiple choice, each worth 2 points. Part 2 is show all work. Problems 11 and 12 are worth 3 points each. Problem 13 is worth 4 points. For the part 2 problems you will need to upload your responses because you will need to SHOW ALL WORK. Good Luck!

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R6 Aim: How do we review for Exam 6 (MP 4 Test 2)? in Google Classroom

R6 Aim: How do we review for Exam 6 (MP 4 Test 2)?

We will go over as many of the problems as time allows. It will count as a classwork/homework assignment. We will use a stop and go approach, meaning I will give you 2 minutes to solve the problem, and then we go over it, and then we proceed to the next one.

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L62 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L62 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a short PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L61 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L61 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 1

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L60 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L60 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L59 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L59 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 1

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET writing activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thank you.

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L58 Aim: How do we use the inverse properties of exponential and logarithmic functions to evaluate each other? in Google Classroom

L58 Aim: How do we use the inverse properties of exponential and logarithmic functions to evaluate each other?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then we will work together to complete the classwork/homework assignment in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.. Tomorrow you will have a PADLET writing assignment on it. Thank you.

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L57 Aim: How do we compare the properties of exponential functions and logarithmic functions as inverses? in Google Classroom

L57 Aim: How do we compare the properties of exponential functions and logarithmic functions as inverses?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a short PADLET writing activity. Then we will start working on the classwork/homework together that is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L56 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base? in Google Classroom

L56 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a short PADLET writing activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to complete and return for credit. Thank you.

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Mathletics #2 - Systems of Linear Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #2 - Systems of Linear Equations

This Mathletics will count in the fourth marking period. It is short with only 8 topics It is due by February 22. We've covered Systems of Linear Equations already so this should reinforce what you have learned and help to build your fluency with solving equations. Good luck.

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Exam #5 (MP 4 Test 1)  in Google Classroom

Exam #5 (MP 4 Test 1)

Part I. Multiple choice with 12 problems, each worth 2 points. Part II. Free response with 2 problems, each worth 4 points. Partial credit is available. Since the part 2 problems require you to show all work, you will need to UPLOAD your responses. Good Luck.

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R5 Aim: How do we review for Exam 5? in Google Classroom

R5 Aim: How do we review for Exam 5?

The Google Doc, which counts as a CH assignment, has all the problems we will go over to prepare you for tomorrow's exam. At the end of the lesson, I will give you my Google Slides to help you study. Thanks.

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L55 Aim: How do we find exponential regressions or cubic regressions from tables of values? in Google Classroom

L55 Aim: How do we find exponential regressions or cubic regressions from tables of values?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to complete and return for credit. Thanks.

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L54 Aim: How do we solve compounded interest? in Google Classroom

L54 Aim: How do we solve compounded interest?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a midway PADLET writing activity. Then back to the Google Slides. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to return for credit. Thanks.

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L53 Aim: How do we solve problems that involve exponential growth or decay, especially compounding interest yearly? in Google Classroom

L53 Aim: How do we solve problems that involve exponential growth or decay, especially compounding interest yearly?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment. Then we will work on the classwork/homework problems together. You should then be able to finish the problems as homework. Thank you.

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L52 Aim: How do we solve exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L52 Aim: How do we solve exponential functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a writing assignment in PADLET. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to complete and return for credit. Thank you.

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L51 Aim: How do we solve exponential growth models with base e? in Google Classroom

L51 Aim: How do we solve exponential growth models with base e?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment which includes a writing assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thank you.

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L50 Aim: How do we graph exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L50 Aim: How do we graph exponential functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a writing assignment in PADLET. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to do for credit. Thanks.

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L49B Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L49B Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions? Day 2

We will go through one review Google Slide. Then you have a writing assignment in PADLET. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to turn in for credit. Thank you.

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Mathletics #1 - Quantities and Solving Linear Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #1 - Quantities and Solving Linear Equations

Welcome back and Happy New Year 2021. This is the first Mathletics packet that will be due by January 19, 2021. It is an on-line mathematics programs to help build up your algebra skills. I will send to each student their own log in information. We will spend tomorrow working on the first few assignments together. The Google Doc is a sheet to keep track on your progress and scores. Once you have completed all the assignments, then submit it for credit. Thank you.

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L49 Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions? (Day 1) in Google Classroom

L49 Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions? (Day 1)

We will go through the Google Slides together. There is a PADLET writing assignment. Afterwards, the Classwork/Homework assignment is in the Google Doc. Thank you.

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Exam 4 Marking Period 3 in Google Classroom

Exam 4 Marking Period 3

Please solve all the problems. For the SHOW all your work problems, you will need to upload your responses. Use scrap paper. Do not try to solve the problems, even the multiple choice problems, without first working them out. Good luck.

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L48 Aim: How do we use scientific notation to compute products and quotients? in Google Classroom

L48 Aim: How do we use scientific notation to compute products and quotients?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thank you.

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L47 Aim: How do we write numbers in scientific notation? in Google Classroom

L47 Aim: How do we write numbers in scientific notation?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing assignment. Afterwards, the classwork/homework is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thank you.

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L46 Aim: How do we find the inverse of a given relation? in Google Classroom

L46 Aim: How do we find the inverse of a given relation?

We will do the Google Slides together. You have a written assignment in PADLET. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.

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L45 Aim: How do we find the composition of functions? in Google Classroom

L45 Aim: How do we find the composition of functions?

We will do the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET written assignment. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thank you.

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L44 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations involving more real-world problems? in Google Classroom

L44 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations involving more real-world problems?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thanks.

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L43 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations involving real-world problems? in Google Classroom

L43 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations involving real-world problems?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thank you and have a GREAT weekend.

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L42 Aim: How do we apply the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations with irrational roots? in Google Classroom

L42 Aim: How do we apply the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations with irrational roots?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thank you.

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L41 Aim: How do we apply the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations with rational or irrational roots? in Google Classroom

L41 Aim: How do we apply the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations with rational or irrational roots?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L40 Aim: How do we multiply binomials containing radicals? in Google Classroom

L40 Aim: How do we multiply binomials containing radicals?

We will go through the slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment to submit for credit is in the Google Doc. Thanks.

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L39B Aim: How do we complete the square to solve quadratic equations that have an odd term? in Google Classroom

L39B Aim: How do we complete the square to solve quadratic equations that have an odd term?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L39A Aim: How do we complete the square to solve quadratic equations? in Google Classroom

L39A Aim: How do we complete the square to solve quadratic equations?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment to turn in for credit is in the Google Doc. Thank you.

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L38 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations by factoring when a > 1? in Google Classroom

L38 Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations by factoring when a > 1?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment to turn in for credit is in the Google Doc. Thank you.

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Midterm Exam 12/9/2020 in Google Classroom

Midterm Exam 12/9/2020

Part I has 11 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points. Part II has 3 free response problems. Problem 12 is worth 2 points, problem 13 is worth 3 points, and problem 4 is worth 4 points. You will need to upload your responses to part II. Good Luck. Thank you.

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R3 Aim: How do we review for the Midterm Exam? in Google Classroom

R3 Aim: How do we review for the Midterm Exam?

Please do the practice quiz for the midterm. In 15 minutes we will go over it. This will count as a CH (classwork/homework) assignment. Thanks.

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L37Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations by factoring? in Google Classroom

L37Aim: How do we solve quadratic equations by factoring?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc. Thanks.

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L36B Aim: How do we factor quadratic trinomials when a > 1? in Google Classroom

L36B Aim: How do we factor quadratic trinomials when a > 1?

We will go through the Google Slides together. There is a PADLET activity today. Then we will do the even problems is the classwork/homework assignment. Then you'll finish the classwork/homework assignment and submit it for credit. Thank you.

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L36A Aim: How do we factor quadratic trinomials when a = 1? in Google Classroom

L36A Aim: How do we factor quadratic trinomials when a = 1?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L35 Aim: How do we factor special products? in Google Classroom

L35 Aim: How do we factor special products?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you will do a PADLET activity. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in Google Doc. Thanks.

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L34 Aim: How do we factor polynomials with four terms using grouping? in Google Classroom

L34 Aim: How do we factor polynomials with four terms using grouping?

We will go through the Google Slides together, but first you will have a surprise do now Quiz. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc.

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L33 Aim: How do we factor polynomials whose terms have a common factor (GCF)? in Google Classroom

L33 Aim: How do we factor polynomials whose terms have a common factor (GCF)?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L32 Aim: How do we multiply and divide radicals? in Google Classroom

L32 Aim: How do we multiply and divide radicals?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L31 Aim: How do we find the cube root of numerical or variable radicands? in Google Classroom

L31 Aim: How do we find the cube root of numerical or variable radicands?

We will go through the Google Slides together as usual. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. You do not need to type up your solutions. You may do all your work in your notebooks and submit a picture of your handwritten work which is preferred. Thanks.

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L30 Aim: How do we simplify square roots with variables? in Google Classroom

L30 Aim: How do we simplify square roots with variables?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc that you will need to submit for credit. We will go through as much of the classwork/assignment as time permits as we have been doing all along. Thanks.

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L29 Aim: How do we use square roots to solve equations using the Pythagorean theorem? in Google Classroom

L29 Aim: How do we use square roots to solve equations using the Pythagorean theorem?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc that you will need to submit for credit. We will go through as much of the classwork/assignment as time permits as we have been doing all along. Thanks.

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L28 Aim: How do we find solutions to quadratic equations with two terms on the left side? in Google Classroom

L28 Aim: How do we find solutions to quadratic equations with two terms on the left side?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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Exam 2 in Google Classroom

Exam 2

Please do the exam. You will need to upload your responses for part II problems. If you submit the exam after 3:00, you will not receive the regent's curve. Thank you.

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Review for Exam 2 in Google Classroom

Review for Exam 2

Please do the review for the first 15 to 20 minutes. Afterwards, we will go over it. It will only count as a Classwork/Homework Assignment.

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L27 Aim: How do we solve word problems using a system of equations? in Google Classroom

L27 Aim: How do we solve word problems using a system of equations?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment to submit for credit is on the Google Doc below. Thanks.

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L26 Aim: How do we solve a system of equations by algebraically using the elimination method (day 2)? in Google Classroom

L26 Aim: How do we solve a system of equations by algebraically using the elimination method (day 2)?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework to submit for credit is in the Google Doc. Thanks.

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L25 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by algebraically using the elimination method (day 1)? in Google Classroom

L25 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by algebraically using the elimination method (day 1)?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is below as a Google Doc. Thanks.

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L24 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by algebraically using the substitution method? in Google Classroom

L24 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by algebraically using the substitution method?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc below. Thanks.

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L23 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by graphing using DESMOS? in Google Classroom

L23 Aim: How do we solve systems of equations by graphing using DESMOS?

We will go through the slides together. Embedded in the slides are two ZOOM videos that I created showing exactly how to use DESMOS and how to obtain your solutions from DESMOS. Afterwards, the Google Doc is set up for you to continue solving systems of linear equations by graphing. Thanks.

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Quiz #2 in Google Classroom

Quiz #2

This Quiz covers material from lessons 15 - 22. It is all multiple choice. Scores will be scaled to the Regents and appear in your Pupil Path accounts. Good Luck.

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L22 Aim: How do we solve a literal equation for one of its variables? in Google Classroom

L22 Aim: How do we solve a literal equation for one of its variables?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework is the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L20 Aim: What is the relationship between the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines? in Google Classroom

L20 Aim: What is the relationship between the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L21 Aim: How do we write the equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to another line? in Google Classroom

L21 Aim: How do we write the equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to another line?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment to turn in is the Google Doc below.

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L19 Aim: What are the properties of parallel and perpendicular lines and how do we write their equations? in Google Classroom

L19 Aim: What are the properties of parallel and perpendicular lines and how do we write their equations?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is below as a Google Doc for you to submit once it is completed.

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L18 Aim: How do we graph linear functions given two points and write the equation of the line? in Google Classroom

L18 Aim: How do we graph linear functions given two points and write the equation of the line?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is a Google Doc for you to submit for credit.

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Quiz#1 in Google Classroom

Quiz#1

This is a multiple choice quiz of 10 problems that covers the main lessons for the first marking period.

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L17 Aim: How do we write linear equations in slope-intercept form, y = mx + b? in Google Classroom

L17 Aim: How do we write linear equations in slope-intercept form, y = mx + b?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is below as a Google Doc to submit.

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L16 Aim: How do we identify the slope from a graph and an equation? in Google Classroom

L16 Aim: How do we identify the slope from a graph and an equation?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework is below as a Google Doc to submit for credit.

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L15 Aim: How do we solve word problems using proportions? in Google Classroom

L15 Aim: How do we solve word problems using proportions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework is below as a Google Doc.

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L14 Aim: How do we solve percentage problems using an equation? in Google Classroom

L14 Aim: How do we solve percentage problems using an equation?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Your classwork/homework is below as a Google Doc.

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L13 Aim: How do we subtract more complicated polynomial expressions? in Google Classroom

L13 Aim: How do we subtract more complicated polynomial expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Your classwork/homework is below as a Google Doc.

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L12 Aim: How do we subtract complicated polynomial expressions? in Google Classroom

L12 Aim: How do we subtract complicated polynomial expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is a Google Doc.

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L11 Aim: How do we add complicated polynomial expressions? in Google Classroom

L11 Aim: How do we add complicated polynomial expressions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, you classwork/homework assignment is given as a Google Doc.

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EXAM 1 in Google Classroom

EXAM 1

Please do the entire exam. Problems 1 to 8 are multiple choice and problems 9 - 11 you will need to show work to receive full credit. Thank you.

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L10 Aim:  How do we write the equation of a line? in Google Classroom

L10 Aim: How do we write the equation of a line?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the Google Doc has your classwork/homework for you to do and submit. Thank you.

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R1 How do we review for Exam #1 which includes algebraic expressions, equations, and word problems? in Google Classroom

R1 How do we review for Exam #1 which includes algebraic expressions, equations, and word problems?

Do the Google Forms Quiz. Then we will go over it. You have 20 minutes to do as much as you can.

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L9 Aim:  How do we graph a linear equation in two variables? in Google Classroom

L9 Aim: How do we graph a linear equation in two variables?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the Google Doc has your classwork/homework assignment. You may use your own graph paper if you prefer. Send back your work by taking a picture of it or scan it. Thank you.

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L8 Aim: How do we solver verbal problems with equations that contain variables on both sides? in Google Classroom

L8 Aim: How do we solver verbal problems with equations that contain variables on both sides?

We will go through the Google Sides together. Then your classwork/homework is given as a Google Doc. Please solve the problems on loose-leaf, take a picture, and return it as an attachment. Thank you.

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L7 Aim: How do we solve verbal problems involving coin/value leading to linear equations in one variable? in Google Classroom

L7 Aim: How do we solve verbal problems involving coin/value leading to linear equations in one variable?

We will go through the Google Slides together. The classwork/homework is on a Google Doc.

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L6 Aim: How do we solve equations which contain parentheses and have variables on both sides of the equal sign? in Google Classroom

L6 Aim: How do we solve equations which contain parentheses and have variables on both sides of the equal sign?

We will go over the google slides together, but if you need to refer back to them they are here for you. After the google slides, go to google doc and do the assignment, either download it or solve your problems on loose-leaf, take a picture, and return it to as an attachment. Thank you.

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L5 Aim: How do we solve equations variables on both sides? in Google Classroom

L5 Aim: How do we solve equations variables on both sides?

We will go through the Google Slides together and the 2 example problems. The Google Slides are here for you to refer to should the need arise. The Google Doc is today's classwork/homework assignment that you need to return to me. I suggest you solve the problems on loose-leaf, take a picture, and return as an attachment. Thank you.

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L4 Aim: How do we solve equations with two operations on the left side? in Google Classroom

L4 Aim: How do we solve equations with two operations on the left side?

The Google Slides include a SHOW ME video on the two whole class example problems. The last slide that has the classwork/homework problems is also given as a Google Doc that you can print or solve the problems on loose-leaf and return it to me as an attachment. Thank you.