Caban-Algebra 2-Per 3-MRN11 Period 3 (10:08 - 10:50) ZOOM P/C 086208 Assignments

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Mathletics #12 - Collecting and Analyzing Data in Google Classroom

Mathletics #12 - Collecting and Analyzing Data

I've released Are you ready, Probability Tables, Two-way table probability, and Fair Games.  The rest will be released next week after we've covered z-scores.  This is due by June 11.

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L100 Aim: How do we use confidence intervals and margin or error in the context of a problem? in Google Classroom

L100 Aim: How do we use confidence intervals and margin or error in the context of a problem?

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

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L99 Aim: How are z-scores used to solve percent of data and probability of events associated with normal distribution? in Google Classroom

L99 Aim: How are z-scores used to solve percent of data and probability of events associated with normal distribution?

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

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L98 Aim: How do we apply the characteristics of a normal distribution? in Google Classroom

L98 Aim: How do we apply the characteristics of a normal distribution?

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

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Extra Practice #1 - Measures of Dispersion in Google Classroom

Extra Practice #1 - Measures of Dispersion

The practice problems are due Next Monday, June 14.  If you have any make-up work to do, such as classwork/homework assignments upto CH97C or any Mathletics assignments upto Mathletics #11, then finish them up because final grades will be finalized Saturday morning and once they are finalized, they cannot be changed.  This is make-up/grade recovery week, so take advantage of it.  Estimated final grades are already in Pupil Path.  If you have an NX grade, then you need to complete your Mathletics.  Next week, we will continue with Statistics.   Thank you.

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L97C Aim: How do we practice solving problems involving the standard deviation? in Google Classroom

L97C Aim: How do we practice solving problems involving the standard deviation?

The Google Doc has regents problems involving the kind of standard deviation problems you can solve as of now.  Please solve them and we will go over them tomorrow.  For today, you can choose to catch-uo with Mathletics.  Thanks you.

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FINAL EXAM (Exam 12) in Google Classroom

FINAL EXAM (Exam 12)

The final exam is 20 multiple choice problems.  The timer is set for 60 minutes from the start of the class.  Any exam turned in late will lose the Regent's curve.  You will need scrap paper to work out the problems and a calculator.  You may use DESMOS, but no other APP.  Remember that HONESTY is the BEST policy.  Good Luck!

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R12 Aim: How do we review for Exam 12 (Final Exam) to be given tomorrow? in Google Classroom

R12 Aim: How do we review for Exam 12 (Final Exam) to be given tomorrow?

Work on the review for 20 minutes.  Use scrap paper and a calculator.  Then I will go over the solutions.

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Mathletics #11: Rational Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #11: Rational Equations

This Mathletics assignment is due by May 28 or earlier.  Please finish any previous ones that have not been completed.  There will also be three additional Mathletics days next week, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.  Thank you.

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L97B Aim: How do we determine the Variance and Standard Deviation? in Google Classroom

L97B Aim: How do we determine the Variance and Standard Deviation?

We will finish the Google Slides from yesterday on the variance and standard deviation.  Then the google doc has additional classwork/homework problems for you to do and return for credit.  Thanks.

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L97 Aim: How do we calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L97 Aim: How do we calculate measures of central tendency and dispersion? Day 1

We will go through most of the 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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IFAT 6 - Statistics in Google Classroom

IFAT 6 - Statistics

There are 25 multiple choice problems.  Each problem should take less than 2 minutes to solve.  If you need to guess, eliminate choices and then guess.  Good luck.  This counts as a classwork/homework assignment.  Thanks.

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L96 Aim: How do we find probabilities with mutually exclusive or overlapping events? in Google Classroom

L96 Aim: How do we find probabilities with mutually exclusive or overlapping events?

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 #10 - Radical Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #10 - Radical Equations

This Mathletics is due by May 21, 2021.  Please fill-in the scoring sheet and submit it when all the topics are completed.  Thank you.

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SL #1 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? in Google Classroom

SL #1 Aim: How do we solve radical equations?

Today we are reviewing radical equations because many students in our class are taking AP exams.  Please answer the problems in the Google Form for 20 minutes and then I will go over the solutions.  There are only 6 problems.  This will count as a classwork/homework assignment.  There is no additional work for today.  Thank you.

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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.

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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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L95 Aim: How do we calculate probabilities of events using two-way tables? in Google Classroom

L95 Aim: How do we calculate probabilities of events using two-way tables?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  You Have a PADLET 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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Exam 11 (MP 6 Test 1) in Google Classroom

Exam 11 (MP 6 Test 1)

Part I is 8 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points.  Part II is two short response problems, each worth 3 points (2 points for the solution and 1 point for the check).  For part II, be sure to show all work.  You will need to upload your work.  There is NO CREDIT for answers without justification.  


This is a timed test.  It should be completed during class time.  You have from 10:05 to 11:05 to submit your test.  Any late test will lose the curve.  NO EXCEPTIONS.  

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R11 Aim: How do we review for Exam 11 (MP 6 Test 1)? in Google Classroom

R11 Aim: How do we review for Exam 11 (MP 6 Test 1)?

Take 20 minutes to do as much as you can.  Then we will go through the solutions together.  This will count as a classwork/homework assignment.  Thanks.

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L94 Aim: How do we determine whether probabilities are dependent or independent? How do we find conditional probabilities? in Google Classroom

L94 Aim: How do we determine whether probabilities are dependent or independent? How do we find conditional probabilities?

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


PS: Wednesday Exam #11 is scheduled.

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Mathletics #9: Reviewing Systems of Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #9: Reviewing Systems of Equations

This Mathletics is due May 7, 2021, and so will count in the 6th Marking period.  Only start working on it today if you completed Mathletics #7, 8, and 9 which will all count in the 5th Marking Period. Thank you.

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L93 Aim: How do we use sets and their relationships to calculate probabilities? in Google Classroom

L93 Aim: How do we use sets and their relationships to calculate probabilities?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET reasoning 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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L92 Aim: How do we find theoretical probabilities or experimental probabilities? in Google Classroom

L92 Aim: How do we find theoretical probabilities or experimental probabilities?

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.  Thank you.

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L91 Aim: How do we review some basic ideas in probability? in Google Classroom

L91 Aim: How do we review some basic ideas in probability?

We will go through the Google Slides together.  You have an interesting PADLET 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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IFAT 5: Pre-assessment on probability. in Google Classroom

IFAT 5: Pre-assessment on probability.

Please take the pre-assessment on probability seriously.  It is 25 multiple choice problems.  No problem should take you longer than a minute.  If it takes longer than a minutes, consider eliminating choices and making an intelligent guess.  This will count as a classwork/homework assignment.  Good luck.  Thank you.

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L90 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L90 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 2

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.  There is OFFICE HOURS tutoring today from 2:30 to 3:30 PM.  Thank you.

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L89 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L89 Aim: How do we solve radical equations? Day 1

We will go through the Goggle 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 turn in for credit.  Thanks.

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L88 Aim: How do we graph radical functions? How do we determine the domain and range of radical functions? in Google Classroom

L88 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. You have a PADLET error analysis and writing 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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L87 Aim: How can we use properties of exponents to simplify products and quotients of radicals? in Google Classroom

L87 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 writing and error analysis to do.  Then the classwork/homework problems are in the Google Doc for you to return for credit.  Thanks.

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L86 Aim: How are nth roots and rational exponents related? in Google Classroom

L86 Aim: How are 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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L85 Aim: How do we solve verbal problems involving real-life applications of rational equations? in Google Classroom

L85 Aim: How do we solve verbal problems involving real-life applications of rational equations?

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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L84 Aim: How do we solve rational equations with binomial denominators? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L84 Aim: How do we solve rational equations with binomial denominators? Day 2

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. Thanks.

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Mathletics #8: Trigonometric Functions in Google Classroom

Mathletics #8: Trigonometric Functions

This Mathletics is due April 16, 2021. That means you have 3 Mathletics due for Marking Period 5. If you are done with Mathletics #6 and #7, which are due April 5, you might want to start work on Mathletics #8. Thank you.

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Exam 10 (MP5 Test 2) in Google Classroom

Exam 10 (MP5 Test 2)

You will need scrap paper and access to a graphing calculator.  I strongly advise DESMOS.  There are 6 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points.  There are 2 short response problems that you will need to upload. Good luck.  

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

R10 Aim: How do we review for Exam 10?

Please complete the Google Form of the practice problems.  If you have time to do it before class, please go ahead and do them.  You will need scrap paper and use of the DESMOS graphing calculator.  I will give you 15 minutes in class to finish it.  Then we will go through the solutions together.  This will count as a CH assignment.  Thanks.

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L83 Aim: How do we solve rational equations? in Google Classroom

L83 Aim: How do we solve rational equations?

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L82 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L82 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? Day 2

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 return for credit. Thanks.

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L81 Aim: How do we simplify complex fractions? in Google Classroom

L81 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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L80 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions? in Google Classroom

L80 Aim: How do we add or subtract rational expressions?

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

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L79 Aim: How do we multiply or divide rational expressions? in Google Classroom

L79 Aim: How do we multiply or divide rational expressions?

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

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L78 Aim: How do we graph a rational function? in Google Classroom

L78 Aim: How do we graph a rational function?

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

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Mathletics #6: Polynomial Arithmetic in Google Classroom

Mathletics #6: Polynomial Arithmetic

This Mathletics counts for the 5th Marking Period. It is due April 5, the day we return from Spring Break. Please fill-out the scoring sheet and when done return it to me. Thank you.

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Mathletics #7: Complex Numbers in Google Classroom

Mathletics #7: Complex Numbers

This Mathletics also counts for the 5th Marking Period, and it is also due April 5, the day we return from Spring Break. Please fill-in the scoring sheet and return it when all the topics are done. Thanks.

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L77 Aim: How do we solve a system of non-linear equations? in Google Classroom

L77 Aim: How do we solve a system of non-linear equations?

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

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L76 Aim: How do we solve a 3 x 3 system of linear equations? in Google Classroom

L76 Aim: How do we solve a 3 x 3 system of linear equations?

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

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L75 Aim: How do we solve a 2 x 2 system of linear equations? in Google Classroom

L75 Aim: How do we solve a 2 x 2 system of linear equations?

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

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L74 Aim: How do we find solutions of polynomial equations and zeros of polynomial functions? in Google Classroom

L74 Aim: How do we find solutions of polynomial equations and zeros of polynomial functions?

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

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Mathletics #5: Exponents and Logarithms in Google Classroom

Mathletics #5: Exponents and Logarithms

Please fill-in the scoring sheet as you complete the topics. It is due by March 19, 2021. Thanks.

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Exam #9 (Spring Midterm Exam) in Google Classroom

Exam #9 (Spring Midterm Exam)

This is MP5 Test 1. Part I is 8 multiple choice problems, each worth 2 points. Part 2 has two short response problems, each worth 2 points. You will need a calculator and scrap paper. The test will close at 2:30 PM. Any exam given after 2:30 will lose the curve and receive a limited grade of 65. Please do your best and good luck.

PS: Tell your parents I am looking forward to meeting them for parent/teacher conferences today and tomorrow.

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R9 Aim: How do we review for the Spring Midterm Exam? in Google Classroom

R9 Aim: How do we review for the Spring Midterm Exam?

Like usual, take 15 to 20 minutes to do the Google Form of the review problems. Then I will present the solutions on Google Slides. This will count as a classwork/homework assignment.

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L73 Aim: How do we use discriminants to determine the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation? How do we determine the complex roots of an equation? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L73 Aim: How do we use discriminants to determine the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation? How do we determine the complex roots of an equation? Day 2

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

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L72 Aim: How do we use discriminants to determine the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation? How do we determine the complex roots of an equation? in Google Classroom

L72 Aim: How do we use discriminants to determine the nature of the roots of a quadratic equation? How do we determine the complex roots of an equation?

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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L71 Aim: How do we write a quadratic function in vertex form? How do we determine the equation of the directrix? in Google Classroom

L71 Aim: How do we write a quadratic function in vertex form? How do we determine the equation of the directrix?

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

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L70 Aim: What are some characteristics of a quadratic function? How are the vertex, axis of symmetry, and zeros of a quadratic equation related? in Google Classroom

L70 Aim: What are some characteristics of a quadratic function? How are the vertex, axis of symmetry, and zeros of a quadratic equation related?

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

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Attendance for March 9, 2021 in Google Classroom

Attendance for March 9, 2021

Please fill out the Google Form for today's attendance. Then, work on Mathletics. If you've completed the earlier assigned Mathletics, then work on the new Mathletics #5 that will count in the 5th marking period. You may also complete any assignments that are missing. Remember, Friday is the last day of the marking period.

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L69 Aim: How do we define and use the imaginary number i? How do we perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers? in Google Classroom

L69 Aim: How do we define and use the imaginary number i? How do we perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers?

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 8 (MP 4 Test 2) in Google Classroom

Exam 8 (MP 4 Test 2)

Please solve all 8 problems. Part I is 6 multiple choice, each worth 2 points. Part 2 is show all work. Problems 7 and 8 are worth 4 points each with partial credit available. 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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R8 Aim: How do we review for Exam 8 (MP4 Test 2)? in Google Classroom

R8 Aim: How do we review for Exam 8 (MP4 Test 2)?

Take 15 minutes to complete the Google Form to help prepare you for tomorrow's exam. It will count as a classwork/homework assignment. Then at 10:25 I will present the solutions on Google Slides. Thanks.

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L68 Aim: How do we factor polynomials completely? How do we use the Factor Theorem? in Google Classroom

L68 Aim: How do we factor polynomials completely? How do we use the Factor Theorem?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Since the Google Slides Presentation is a little long, we will skip the PADLET activity today and go straight to the classwork/homework assignment for you to do and return for credit. Thanks.

PS: Tomorrow is REVIEW for Exam 8 that will be given this Friday.

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L67 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using synthetic division? How do we apply the Remainder Theorem? in Google Classroom

L67 Aim: How do we divide polynomials using synthetic division? How do we apply the Remainder Theorem?

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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L66 Aim: How do we divide polynomials by long division? in Google Classroom

L66 Aim: How do we divide polynomials by long division?

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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L65B Aim: How do we find a specific term of a binomial expansion using Pascal's Triangle? in Google Classroom

L65B Aim: How do we find a specific term of a binomial expansion using Pascal's Triangle?

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

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L65 Aim: How do we use Pascal's Triangle to expand binomials? in Google Classroom

L65 Aim: How do we use Pascal's Triangle to expand binomials?

We will go through the Google Slides together. 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 add, subtract, or multiply polynomials? in Google Classroom

L64 Aim: How do we add, subtract, or multiply polynomials?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have 2 PADLET writing activities, one in the beginning and one at the end. Then the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Thank you.

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L63 Aim: How do we identify polynomials functions and describe their end-behaviors? in Google Classroom

L63 Aim: How do we identify polynomials functions and describe their end-behaviors?

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

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Mathletics #4 - Sequences and Series in Google Classroom

Mathletics #4 - Sequences and Series

This Mathletics will count in the fourth marking period. It is short with only 6 topics of 60 problems. It is due by February 22. We've covered geometric sequences and series already so this should reinforce what you have learned and help to build your fluency with geometric sequences and series.

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L62C Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations? Day 3 in Google Classroom

L62C Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations? Day 3

This is supplementary trigonometric equations to strengthen your solving trigonometric equation skills. It is due the day you return from mid-winter break. Please do all the problems on loose leaf paper and show all necessary steps. Thanks.

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Unit 4 IFAT: Initial formative assessment test for rational and polynomial functions. in Google Classroom

Unit 4 IFAT: Initial formative assessment test for rational and polynomial functions.

This is the IFAT for the 4th unit. Please take it seriously as it will give us our benchmark leading to the new unit. It will only count as a classwork/homework assignment. You have the entire period. Some problems require you to upload your responses. Thank you.

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Exam 7 (MP 4 Test 1) in Google Classroom

Exam 7 (MP 4 Test 1)

Part 1. Multiple Choice with 6 problems, each worth 2 points. Part 2. Free response. Please solve problem 6 on loose-leaf and graph paper (by hand). Please solve problem 7 on loose-leaf. Both problems are worth up to 4 points each. Partial credit is available. Good luck. Thanks.

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R7 Aim: How do we review for Exam 7? in Google Classroom

R7 Aim: How do we review for Exam 7?

Tomorrow, Exam 7 is scheduled as the first exam for marking period 4. Please do the review Google Form for about 20 minutes. It will count as a CH assignment, not as a test or quiz. Afterwards, I will go over all the problems in Google Slides that I will make available after the period ends. You homework tonight is to study, study, and study... Thanks.

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Mathletics #3: Solving Higher Order Equations in Google Classroom

Mathletics #3: Solving Higher Order Equations

This Mathletics assignment is due February 5, 2021. You may find some of the problems difficult to do, so give yourself plenty of time even though this is a short mathletics' assignment. There is tutoring every Tuesday and Thursday from 3 - 4 o'clock.

Today is a catchup day. If you have everything done, then start working on the new Mathletics assignment; otherwise, use this period to catchup with any assignments you are missing. Today is the last day of the third marking period.

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L62 Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L62 Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET writing activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. The problems in the Google Doc should be done on loose-leaf so that you can SHOW all work. Thank you.

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L61 Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations? in Google Classroom

L61 Aim: How do we solve second degree trigonometric equations?

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 completed for credit. Thanks.

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L60 Aim: How do we solve first degree trigonometric equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L60 Aim: How do we solve first degree trigonometric equations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a writing assignment in PADLET. Afterwards, the classwork/homework is in the Google DOC for you to return for credit. Today there is OFFICE HOURS for tutoring from 2:00 to 2:20. Thank you.

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L59 Aim: How do we solve first degree trigonometric equations? in Google Classroom

L59 Aim: How do we solve first degree trigonometric equations?

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

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L58 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to model real-life situations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L58 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to model real-life situations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have an interesting 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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L57 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to model real-life situations? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L57 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to model real-life situations? Day 1

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

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L55 Aim: How do we translate vertically by sketching the graphs of y = a sin(bx+c) + d and y = a cos(bx+c) + d? in Google Classroom

L55 Aim: How do we translate vertically by sketching the graphs of y = a sin(bx+c) + d and y = a cos(bx+c) + d?

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. Thanks.

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L54 Aim: How do we shrink sine or cosine graphs horizontally? in Google Classroom

L54 Aim: How do we shrink sine or cosine graphs horizontally?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to return for credit. Today's writing assignment is part of the classwork/homework assignment. Thank you.

Today there is tutoring from 3 to 4 o'clock using the OFFICE HOURS ZOOM link. Come for help with any CH assignment/Mathletics/Logarithm Packet. Marking Period Ends Friday.

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L53 Aim: How do we stretch sine or cosine graphs horizontally? in Google Classroom

L53 Aim: How do we stretch sine or cosine graphs horizontally?

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

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Mathletics #2: Reviewing Quadratic Polynomials in Google Classroom

Mathletics #2: Reviewing Quadratic Polynomials

The Google Doc is a scoring sheet. As you complete the topics and activities in Mathletics, please fill-in the the number of correct answers in the "Score" column. It is due by January 19 so that it can count towards the 3rd marking period. If you need your sign-in information, you can find it in the Mathletics #1 assignment. Good Luck. Thank you.

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L52 Aim: How do we shrink or stretch sine or cosine graphs vertically? in Google Classroom

L52 Aim: How do we shrink or stretch sine or cosine graphs vertically?

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 submit for credit. Thank you.

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Exam 6 (MP 3 Test 2) in Google Classroom

Exam 6 (MP 3 Test 2)

Please complete exam 6. There are 6 multiple choice problems and 2 free response problems. You will need scrap paper and a calculator. Your solutions for the last two problems will need to be uploaded. Good luck. Thank you.

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R6 Aim: How do we review for tomorrow's exam? in Google Classroom

R6 Aim: How do we review for tomorrow's exam?

Take 10 to 15 minutes to complete the Google Form. Then we will go over each problem. It will count as a classwork/homework assignment. Thanks.

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L51 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in radian mode? in Google Classroom

L51 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in radian mode?

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

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L51 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in radian mode? in Google Classroom

L51 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in radian mode?

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

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L50 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in degree mode? in Google Classroom

L50 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in degree mode?

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

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L50 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in degree mode? in Google Classroom

L50 Aim: How do we graph sine and cosine functions in degree mode?

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

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L49 Aim: How do we prove the Pythagorean Identity using the unit circle? in Google Classroom

L49 Aim: How do we prove the Pythagorean Identity using the unit circle?

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 submit for credit. Thank you.

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L48 Aim: How can you use the unit circle to define the trigonometric functions of any angle? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L48 Aim: How can you use the unit circle to define the trigonometric functions of any angle? Day 2

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

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L47 Aim: How can we use the unit circle to define the trigonometric functions of any angle? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L47 Aim: How can we use the unit circle to define the trigonometric functions of any angle? Day 1

We will go through 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. Thank you.

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L46 Aim: How do we draw and find angles greater than 90 degrees in standard position? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L46 Aim: How do we draw and find angles greater than 90 degrees in standard position? Day 2

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

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Mathletics #1: Reviewing Linear Polynomials in Google Classroom

Mathletics #1: Reviewing Linear Polynomials

If you are making up Mathletics #1, use the Google Doc for a list of the activities that you should do and submit that.  The Google Form is NOT accepting any more submissions.


This is your first Mathletics assignment. The Google Form is to be filled-out after or while you are completing the assignments for the given topics. After you submit the Google Form, it will allow you to make changes to it if you want to redo any of the topics to receive a higher score. It is due January 4, 2021.

I will send to each student your password.

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L45 Aim: How do we draw and find angles greater than 90 degrees in standard position? (Day 1) in Google Classroom

L45 Aim: How do we draw and find angles greater than 90 degrees in standard position? (Day 1)

Welcome back everybody and Happy New Year 2021! We will go through 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 use trigonometric functions to find missing angles measures of right triangles? in Google Classroom

L44 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to find missing angles measures of right triangles?

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

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L43 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to find missing angle measures of right triangles? in Google Classroom

L43 Aim: How do we use trigonometric functions to find missing angle measures of right triangles?

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

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Logarithm Packet in Google Classroom

Logarithm Packet

The attached PDF file is your logarithm packet to practice the skills to become fluid in the use of logarithms. It is due December 18, but you are welcomed to return it sooner. It will count as a project grade for the 3rd marking period. All the problems should be done by hand. Do not type it. You can start now, and I will help you with any problems. Thank you.

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L42 Aim: How do we find the missing lengths of sides in a right triangle? in Google Classroom

L42 Aim: How do we find the missing lengths of sides in a right triangle?

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 and have a GREAT weekend.

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L41 Aim: How do we find the missing lengths of sides in a right triangle? in Google Classroom

L41 Aim: How do we find the missing lengths of sides in a right triangle?

We will go through the Google Slides together...weather permitting. If the SNOW STORM should disable my internet, then you should go on without me. You have a PADLET activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thank you and stay safe...stay indoors.

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IFAT Unit 3 Trigonometry in Google Classroom

IFAT Unit 3 Trigonometry

This is an initial formative assessment on trigonometry that we will be starting tomorrow. Please show your best work, but do not "research" on the internet. The purpose is to establish a bench mark so that we teachers can know what you already know. Thank you.

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L40 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L40 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions? Day 2

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

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L39 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions? in Google Classroom

L39 Aim: How do we solve real-world applications of logarithmic functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET activity. Afterwards, you have a challenging but fun classwork/homework assignment in Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L38 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L38 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 2

We will go through the Google Slides together. You have a PADLET activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc. Thank you a have a GREAT weekend.

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L37 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L37 Aim: How do we solve logarithmic equations? Day 1

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

Reminder: The Logarithm PACKET is due December 8.

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Midterm Exam #5 in Google Classroom

Midterm Exam #5

Part I has 6 multiple choice problems. Part II has two free response problems. You will need to upload your responses to part II so that you can SHOW all work with complete justification. The test is out of 18 points. Your score will be curved to the regents curve if it it turned in on time; otherwise, you will lose the curve. Good luck.

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

R5 Aim: How do we review for the midterm Exam?

Get started ASAP and we will start going over the review in 10 minutes. We will do a stop and go approach so that we cover all the problems. This will count as a CH (classwork/homework) assignment. Thanks.

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L36 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 2 in Google Classroom

L36 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 2

We will go the Google Slides together. Then you have a short PADLET activity. Afterwards, the classwork/homework is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thank you and have a WONDERFUL weekend.

PS: We added a reference sheet with all the important properties for logarithms.

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L35 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 1 in Google Classroom

L35 Aim: How do we apply the properties of logarithms to solve problems? Day 1

We will go through the Google Slides together. There is a short PADLET activity to analyze an error and fix it. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment to turn in for credit is in the Google Doc. Thank you.

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L34 Aim: How do we graph translated logarithmic functions? in Google Classroom

L34 Aim: How do we graph translated logarithmic functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Then you have a PADLET that requires you to upload your response. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thank you.

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L33 Aim: How do we use the inverse properties of exponential and logarithmic functions to evaluate each other? in Google Classroom

L33 Aim: How do we use the inverse properties of exponential and logarithmic functions to evaluate each other?

We will go through the slides together. Then you will do your PADLET activity +2. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc for you to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L32 Aim: How do we compare the properties of exponential functions and logarithmic functions as inverses? in Google Classroom

L32 Aim: How do we compare the properties of exponential functions and logarithmic functions as inverses?

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

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Exam 4 MP 2 in Google Classroom

Exam 4 MP 2

Part I is 6 multiple choice problems, each correct answer is worth 2 points. Part II is problem 7 with 3 parts, part a, part b, and part c for a total of 6 points. Your response to problem 7 will need to be uploaded. Good luck. Thank you.

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Review for Exam 4 in Google Classroom

Review for Exam 4

Please do the review below and then in about 20 minutes we will go over all the solutions. It will count as a classwork/homework assignment. Thanks.

I included the Google Slides with all the answers and I added links to the last problem to DESMOS. Please study for tomorrow's exam.

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L31 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base (day 2)? in Google Classroom

L31 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base (day 2)?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. You do not need to type. It is preferable that you solve the problems by hand and then take a picture or scan and insert it as an image into the Google Doc. Thanks.

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L30 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base? in Google Classroom

L30 Aim: How do we solve exponential equations with the same base?

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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L29 Aim: How do we write radicals as expressions with rational exponents? in Google Classroom

L29 Aim: How do we write radicals as expressions with rational exponents?

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

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L28 Aim: How do we rewrite exponential expressions to equivalent forms? in Google Classroom

L28 Aim: How do we rewrite exponential expressions to equivalent forms?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc for you to submit for credit, and as usual we will cover as much of it as time permits. Thanks.

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L27 Aim: How do we find exponential regressions or cubic regressions from tables of values? in Google Classroom

L27 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 to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L26 Aim: How do we solve compounded interest? in Google Classroom

L26 Aim: How do we solve compounded interest?

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

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L25 Aim; How do we solve problems that involve exponential growth or decay? in Google Classroom

L25 Aim; How do we solve problems that involve exponential growth or decay?

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

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L24 Aim: How do we solve exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L24 Aim: How do we solve exponential functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, the classwork/homework assignment is in Google Doc. Also, the Algebra 2 team has agreed to give you bonus points on the next test for making posts on PADLET. Thanks.

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L23 Aim: How do we solve exponential growth models with base e? in Google Classroom

L23 Aim: How do we solve exponential growth models with base e?

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

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Exam 3 MP 2 in Google Classroom

Exam 3 MP 2

Please complete the exam. You will need to upload your response to problems 9 and 10. Thank you and good luck.

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R3 Aim: How do we review for Exam 3? in Google Classroom

R3 Aim: How do we review for Exam 3?

Complete the Google Doc and we will go over it as much as we can.

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L22 Aim: How do we graph exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L22 Aim: How do we graph exponential functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. We will post to Padlet so if you do not have a student account in Padlet, please go to Padlet.com and set one up. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is in the Google Doc to submit for credit. Thanks.

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L21B Aim: How do we get more practice evaluating exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L21B Aim: How do we get more practice evaluating exponential functions?

On Election Day, we are giving you a worksheet to practice evaluating exponential functions. If you need help with any problem, just let me know, and I will help you. Thank you.

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L21 Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions? in Google Classroom

L21 Aim: How do we identify and evaluate exponential functions?

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

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Quiz #2 in Google Classroom

Quiz #2

Emphasis on this Quiz is arithmetic and geometric sequences with spiraled problems on inverse functions and compositions. All multiple choice. Good Luck.

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L20 Aim: How do we write equations for arithmetic or geometric sequences? in Google Classroom

L20 Aim: How do we write equations for arithmetic or geometric sequences?

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

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L19 Aim: How do we determine geometric sequences? in Google Classroom

L19 Aim: How do we determine geometric sequences?

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

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L18 Aim: How do we determine an arithmetic sequence? in Google Classroom

L18 Aim: How do we determine an arithmetic sequence?

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

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Initial Task - Exponential Functions in Google Classroom

Initial Task - Exponential Functions

Solve all 5 problems on the Google Doc, or do it on loose-leaf, scan it, or take a picture and submit it. Thanks.

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Exam 2 in Google Classroom

Exam 2

You will need to upload your responses to part II. Good Luck. Thanks.

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L17 Aim: How do we write the equations of transformed functions? in Google Classroom

L17 Aim: How do we write the equations of transformed functions?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc. Also there is a Google Form for Thursday's review. Please work on those problems and be prepared to share on Thursday.

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L16 Aim: How do we describe how transformations impact the zeros, critical points or rates of change of a function? in Google Classroom

L16 Aim: How do we describe how transformations impact the zeros, critical points or rates of change of a function?

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

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L15 Aim: How do we compare the linear or quadratic parent function to its transformations? in Google Classroom

L15 Aim: How do we compare the linear or quadratic parent function to its transformations?

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

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L14 Aim: How do we verify algebraically that functions are inverses? in Google Classroom

L14 Aim: How do we verify algebraically that functions are inverses?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards your classwork/homework assignment is the Google Doc. This homework will be graded with accuracy.

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L13 Aim: How do we find the equation of an inverse function? in Google Classroom

L13 Aim: How do we find the equation of an inverse function?

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

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L12 Aim: How do we create composite functions? in Google Classroom

L12 Aim: How do we create composite functions?

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

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L11 Aim: How do we create an inverse of a function from graphs and tables? in Google Classroom

L11 Aim: How do we create an inverse of a function from graphs and tables?

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

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Exam 1 in Google Classroom

Exam 1

Please solve all the problems. Part I is multiple choice and part II is the show all your work with explanations.

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R1 Aim: How do we review for Exam 1? in Google Classroom

R1 Aim: How do we review for Exam 1?

Please do the review quiz for tomorrow's exam. We will go over it in 20 minutes.

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L10 Aim: How do we Find Equations of Linear or Quadratics by Regression in Google Classroom

L10 Aim: How do we Find Equations of Linear or Quadratics by Regression

We will go through the Google Slides together with examples on linear and quadratic regressions done using DESMOS. Your classwork/homework is the Google Doc.

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L9 Aim:  How do we use successive differences or rates of change to distinguish a linear function from a quadratic function? in Google Classroom

L9 Aim: How do we use successive differences or rates of change to distinguish a linear function from a quadratic function?

We will go through the Google Slides together. Afterwards, your classwork/homework assignment is given as a Google Doc. I suggest you print it out and solve the problems directly on it. If you do not have a printer, then use loose-leaf paper. Take a picture of your work and return it as an attachment to receive credit. Thank you.

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L8 Aim: How do we represent linear functions in multiple ways? in Google Classroom

L8 Aim: How do we represent linear functions in multiple ways?

I will go through the Google Slides and then you have the classwork/homework as a Google Doc. If you can, please printout the handout, do your work on it, then take a picture of it, or scan it, and then return it as an attachment. Thank you.

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L7 Aim:  How do we interpret real world behavior using a function’s average or instantaneous rate of change? in Google Classroom

L7 Aim: How do we interpret real world behavior using a function’s average or instantaneous rate of change?

We will do the Google Slides together. There is a classwork/homework as a Google Doc. There is a quiz as a Google Form.

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MRN11 Algebra 2 Quiz #1 in Google Classroom

MRN11 Algebra 2 Quiz #1

Begin the quiz on Google Form. Once you start it, you must finish it. It will not allow you to take it twice.

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L6 Aim:  How do we estimate the instantaneous rate of change through a point on the function using the qualities of the tangent line? in Google Classroom

L6 Aim: How do we estimate the instantaneous rate of change through a point on the function using the qualities of the tangent line?

We will go through the Google Slides together and your classwork/homework is given as a Google Doc.

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L5 Aim: How do we recognize a constant rate of change in a table of values, graphs, or situation? in Google Classroom

L5 Aim: How do we recognize a constant rate of change in a table of values, graphs, or situation?

We will go through the google slides together, but should you need to refer back to them they are here for your reference. Afterwards, the classwork/homework is given as a google doc to be submitted as an attachment. Thank you.

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L4 Aim: How do describe a rate of change in relation to critical points of increasing/decreasing intervals in the context of a problem? in Google Classroom

L4 Aim: How do describe a rate of change in relation to critical points of increasing/decreasing intervals in the context of a problem?

We will watch the google slides together, but it is there for you to refer back to. Afterwards, the google doc has classwork/homework #4.