 Florida State University Schools
 Precalculus

Information for Precalculus for the new 202021 school year!
All Precalculus students should log into Google Classroom by Wednesday, August 19 to check on assignments.
Precalculus login for Google Classroom is removed. Please contact Ms. Casey by email.
Please plan to meet Wednesday August 19 at 1:15 PM in a Zoom room. The link will be posted in Classroom.
The assignments for the week are posted on Google Classroom.
Our course syllabus is posted below:
Course Title Academic Year
Honors PreCalculus 20202021Teacher Name Contact Information
Patricia Casey pcasey @fsu.edu
Description of Course  Precalculus is a course in advanced mathematics beyond the level of Algebra 2. The course includes extensive study of functions using algebraic, numerical, and graphical analysis. Advanced courses require a greater demand on students through increased academic rigor. Academic rigor is obtained through the application, analysis, evaluation, and creation of complex ideas that are often abstract and multifaceted. Students are challenged to think and collaborate critically on the content they are learning. Honors level rigor will be achieved by increasing text complexity through text selection, focus on highlevel qualitative measures, and complexity of task. Instruction will be structured to give students a deeper understanding of conceptual themes and organization within and across disciplines. Academic rigor is more than simply assigning to students a greater quantity of work. (Source: CPALMS.org)
Units of Study
 Unit 1 – Unit Circle and Right Triangle Trigonometry
 Unit 2 – Trigonometric Functions and Their Graphs
 Unit 3 – Trigonometric Identities
 Unit 4 – Law of Sines and Cosines
 Unit 5 – Vectors
 Unit 6 – Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates
 Unit 7 – Linear Regression
 Unit 8 – Matrix Algebra
 Unit 9 – Logarithms
 Unit 10 – Conic Sections
 Unit 11 – Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series
 Unit 12 – Limits
Class Materials  This information contains the materials that will be used throughout the year in this course. Students are expected to come to class prepared and ready to learn.
 Binder/notebook to keep notes and assignments organized
 Lined paper, graph paper, pencils and erasers, highlighters
 Graphing Calculator (TI84 or TI Nspire are recommended, Casio’s are not recommended.)
 All class assignments can be found on class website.
 Textbook: Precalculus: Graphical, Numerical, Algebraic (7th edition) has been adopted for this class. It is the ideal predecessor to AP Calculus.
Class Expectations  FSUS students have a right to learn in a safe and respectful environment. All students will be expected to adhere to attendance and behavior expectations in our FSUS Code of Conduct. Please see our website for more information. Specific rules for this class are as follows:
 We show up on time and ready to learn.
 We treat others with respect.
 We work hard and do our best.
 We take risks and make mistakes.
 Charge your computer every night. It is expected that students come to school with a charged computer.
Classroom Policies and Procedures
Cell Phones  Phone and other personal devices should be put away and out of site during class time. You must not photograph, audio, or video record adults or students at any time without their express consent.
Computer Use, Distance Learning and Digital Conferencing (i.e. Zoom/Google Meet) All pictures, avatars, backgrounds, and video capture will be school appropriate. Students will be asked to remove any items or pictures that are disruptive to the learning environment and consequences may apply. When in a lesson or activity through an online conferencing tool, students must have their video on and actively participate in the activity. School dress code applies when in a learning environment such as Zoom or other conferencing tools. Even though students may not be engaged in the classroom face to face, the expectation is that students participate, engage, and learn as if in the classroom. Limit distractions and create a quiet space for you to interact with students and teachers. As the teacher, I reserve the right to require students to remove distractions (i.e. food, background noise, background visuals).
Grading  Quarter grades will be calculated as follows:
Assessments and projects are 80% and homework assignments are 20%. Extra credit will be offered throughout the quarter; it will not be offered at the end to “boost” grade.
If a grade lower than 70% is earned on a test or quiz, the student has the option to retake it the week after the grade is received. The new recorded grade will be the average of the two grades but not to exceed 70%. Students should log into FOCUS regularly to stay uptodate on their class grades.
Late Work  The work I assign is designed to give you opportunities to practice the knowledge and skills we are learning and give me a better sense of your current proficiency in those areas so that I can adjust my instruction as needed. For these reasons, it is critical that you complete assignments on time. Any work not turned in at the time it is due (with the exception of absences) is considered late. Work turned in after the due date, unless submitted due to an excused absence, will receive a maximum score of 50%. Late work will not be accepted after the unit test.
Makeup Work  Students who are not engaged in daily learning miss important lessons, collaboration, skills practice, and other activities that build a student’s knowledge and expertise in the content. Our school makeup policy is designed to support students to make up the learning they missed, including all missed assignments and assessments, so that they do not fall behind academically.
Regardless of distance or inschool learning, all assignments are posted to Google Classroom by Monday of each week. Students are responsible for checking their ToDo list and the teacher’s website for what is due and to make arrangements to attend any required or optional lessons or discussions. Students will have two (2) school days, not including the day of return, for each excused class day they are absent to make up missed learning and assignments. Previously assigned work is due the day of return.
Work that is missing due to an unexcused absence is considered “late work.”
Quarantined students without symptoms will be required to learn digitally. Should a student become sick or develop symptoms that hinder their ability to participate in learning activities, a parent must submit a note to the attendance clerk for the absence to be considered excused.
Students that have received InSchool Suspension, OutofSchool Suspension, or placed on Administrative Leave will be expected to work on assignments during the time of his/her absence. The student and family will work with FSUS Administration and faculty on a casebycase basis to make sure that the student is receiving all classwork and assignments. Deadlines for completion will be given on a case by case basis.
Accommodations
Your success in this class is important to me. If there are circumstances that may affect your
performance in this class, please let me know as soon as possible so that we may work together to
develop strategies for adapting assignments to meet both your needs and the requirements of the
course.
Florida State University Schools Academic Honesty Policy
To be read, discussed, signed by parent and student, and returned to your English teacher.
We expect students to demonstrate honesty with peers, teachers and in schoolwork. Acts of dishonesty include, but are not limited to: lying, stealing, cheating and/or illegal use of photocopies or other technology. Lying is the willful intent to mislead. Stealing is the taking of any item without permission of the owner. Any acts of dishonesty will not be tolerated.
Acts that violate our Academic Honesty Policy Include:
 Plagiarism (claiming another’s work as one’s own, copying another's homework, class work, or other assignment); students are required to sign a Plagiarism Policy Statement.
 Talking, using electronic devices during a test (unless explicitly permitted) or giving information to another student during a test.
 Allowing someone to copy one's work.
 Submitting work through the use of another person's password/login is considered dishonest behavior. Any assignments, work, or projects posted while using another student's login will be considered plagiarism.
 Cheating (intentionally using or attempting to use unauthorized material, assistance, or study aids in any academic work). Cheating includes when a student copies another student’s work and then submits it as his or her own work.
 Performing work or taking an examination for another student OR having another person perform work or take an examination.
 Falsification and/or misrepresentation of data by submitting false data or sources.
 Computer crimes include damaging computer programs, hacking, constructing viruses, introducing viruses into a system, or copying programs.
 Inappropriate use of email, discussion forums, or synchronous chat rooms
Appropriate use of sources include:
 Direct quoteuse of the author's words verbatim with quotation marks and correct documentation.
 Paraphraseuse of the author's ideas in one's own words by changing sentence structure and using correct documentation.
 Summaryuse of the author's general ideas and correct documentation.
Acknowledgement of Policies Form
The signatures on student info form indicate that the policies for my class have been read and understood by both the student and parent. It is the student’s responsibility to adhere to all classroom policies and to the policies listed in the Student Code of Conduct.

PRECALCULUS
PRECALCULUS
Week 1
Welcome Back!
Learning Goal: SWBAT demonstrate knowledge of Algebra 2
Date
Class Plans
Homework
8/12/19
M
Course Intro
Personality Test
Info Sheet & Finish Test
8/13/19
T
Algebra Review
WS #118
8/14/19
W
Problem Presentations
Algebra Review
WS #1933
8/15/19
R
Problem Presentations
Algebra Review
WS #3465
8/16/19
F
Problem Presentations
Review
WS for Quiz Quiz on Tues. 8/20
Week 2
Learning Goal: SWBAT demonstrate knowledge of Algebra 2
Learning Goal: SWBAT define and use all 6 trigonometric functions and determine their values for angles on the unit circle using definitions and special triangles.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
8/19/19
M
Review for Quiz
EC Puzzle
8/20/19
T
Review Quiz
Pass out textbooks
No HW
8/21/19
W
4.1 Angles and Their Measures
OPEN HOUSE 68 PM
p. 356 #121 every other odd
8/22/19
R
4.1 cont. Arc Length
p. 356 #2533, 37, 45, 5762 all
8/23/19
F
4.2 Trigonometric Functions
p. 366 #3, 7, 9, 15, 1923, 4145 odd only
Week 3
Learning Goal: SWBAT define and use all 6 trigonometric functions and determine their values for angles on the unit circle using definitions and special triangles.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
8/26/19
M
4.2 cont.
p. 367 #49, 51, 57, 65, 6772 all
8/27/19
T
Review
WS for Quiz
8/28/19
W
Quiz over 4.14.2
Puzzles
8/29/19
R
4.3 Circular Functions
p. 381 #5, 9, 11
8/30/19
F
4.3 Circular Functions
cont.
p. 381 1320 all!, 45, 47
Week 4
Learning Goal: SWBAT define and use all 6 trigonometric functions and determine their values for angles on the unit circle using definitions and special triangles.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
09/02/19
M
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY
09/03/19
T
4.3 cont.
p. 381 #2541 odd
09/04/19
W
Review Unit Circle
Learn Unit Circle for Quiz
09/05/19
R
Review 4.14.3
Puzzles & Test WS
09/06/19
F
Review Day
Unit Circle Quiz
Study for Test!
Week 5
Learning Goal: SWBAT define and use all 6 trigonometric functions and determine their values for angles on the unit circle using definitions and special triangles.
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph transformations for seven mother functions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
09/09/19
M
Review Day
CASEY Out
Study for Test!
09/10/19
T
Test over 4.14.3
CASEY Out
09/11/19
W
Makeup day for those missing test on Tuesday
09/12/19
R
1.6 Graphical Transformations
p. 147 #2128 all
WS on Transformations of mothers!
09/13/19
F
1.6 cont.
WS for graphing quiz on Monday 9/16
Week 6
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
09/16/19
M
Quiz on Transformations
09/17/19
T
4.4 Sine and Cosine Graphs
Video #1 on Sound Waves:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbeK1fg1Rew&feature=related
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAxT0mRGuoY
Video #2 on Graphing Sine
http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=CWjVy4iTVAI
p. 392 #1, & #3 graph over [2, 2], #2328 all over 3 periods
09/18/19
W
4.4 cont.
Early Release only per 14
p. 393 #5356 all (Graph all 3 parts for credit)
09/19/19
R
Review Sine and Cosine Graphs
Sin/Cos Review Graphing WS
09/20/19
F
4.5 Tan, Cot, Sec, Csc Graphing cont.
p. 401 #512 all
BRAIN WAVES
Week 7
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
NEED GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Date
Class Plans
Homework
9/23/19
M
4.5 Tan, Cot, Sec, Csc Graphing cont.
p. 402 #2128
6 graph Quiz on Wednesday
9/24/19
T
Review all 6 graphs
9/25/19
W
Quiz on graphing 6 Trig Functions
Review
WS #1
9/26/19
R
Review
WS#2
9/27/19
F
Quiz over 4.44.5
Puzzles
Week 8
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
NEED GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Date
Class Plans
Homework
10/01/19
M
Graphing Temperatures Project cont.
USE GRAPHING CALCS
Finish City Temps
10/02/19
T
1.4 Composition
HW p. 124 #1426 even
10/03/19
W
1.5 Function Inverses
HW 135 #1329 odd
10/04/19
R
Review 1.41.5
WS for Quiz
10/05/19
F
Quiz over 1.41.5
Week 9
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph and use properties of inverse trig functions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
10/07/19
M
4.7 Inverse Trig Functions
Big Bang Theory Video!
p. 421 #119 odd
10/08/19
T
4.7 cont. solving equations
p. 422 #4146
p. 402 #3540
10/09/19
W
4.7 cont.
p. 422 #4750, 5662 all
10/11/19
R
Review Ch 4 TEST 2^{nd} part (4.44.7)
Test Worksheet
#120
10/12/19
F
Review cont.
Last Day of 9 weeks
Homecoming Game
Finish Test Worksheet
Beginning of 2nd 9 Weeks
Week 10
PSAT Week
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph and use properties of inverse trig functions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
10/14/19
M
No School!
Teacher Work Day
10/15/19
T
3^{rd} Test Review Day
Puzzles
10/16/19
W
PSAT Testing
No lst period.
4^{th} period??
10/17/19
R
Ch 4 Test #2 4.44.7
10/18/19
F
5.1 Fundamental Identities
p. 451 #916 omit #11, 2427
Week 11
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, find equations of graphs, and use properties of graphs for all 6 trig functions.
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph and use properties of inverse trig functions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
10/21/19
M
5.1 cont.
WS on Fundamental Identities
10/22/19
T
5.2 Proving Trig Identities
p. 460 #1123 odd
10/23/19
W
5.2 cont.
p. 460 #1224 even
10/24/19
R
5.2 cont.
p. 460 #2539 odd
10/25/19
F
5.2 Review
Review Worksheet
Week 12
Learning Goal: SWBAT verify the basic Pythagorean identities and use basic trigonometric identities to verify other identities and simplify expressions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
10/28/19
M
5.15.2 Review
WS for Quiz
Puzzle and EC Proofs
10/29/19
T
Extra Review Day
Finish Puzzles, WS, EC proofs
10/30/19
W
Quiz over 5.15.2 Trig Identities—FUN!!
10/31/19
R
5.1 Trig Equations
p. 452 #5156 all
11/01/19
F
5.1 cont. KAHOOT!
5.1 Worksheet
Week 13
Learning Goal: SWBAT verify the basic Pythagorean identities and use basic trigonometric identities to verify other identities and simplify expressions.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
11/04/19
M
5.3 Sum & Difference Identities
p. 468 #3, 5, 7, 1115 odd, 2325 odd
11/05/19
T
5.4 Double Angle Identities
p. 475 #1, 4, 5, 9, 15, 19, 23
11/06/19
W
Review
WS for Quiz
11/07/19
R
Extra Review Day
11/08/19
F
Quiz over 5.35.4 &5.1
Week 14
Learning Goal: SWBAT use Law of Sines and Law of Cosines to solve problems.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
11/11/19
M
Veterans Day Holiday
11/12/19
T
5.5 Law of Sines
p. 484 #3, 7, 11, 1418
11/13/19
W
5.5 Law of Sines
p. 484 #1923 odd, 40, 41, 44
11/14/19
R
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1ZnrdxNe4I
5.6 Law of Cosines & Area
p. 494 #1, 9, 11
11/15/19
F
CASEY OUT
Review Day
Week 15
Learning Goal: SWBAT use Law of Sines and Law of Cosines to solve problems.
REMEMBER to show all work including pictures on homework.
Class Plans
Homework
11/18/19
M
5.6 Law of Cosines & Area
p. 495 #17, 19, 21, 23, 37, 40, 4750
11/19/19
T
Review 5.55.6
WS for Quiz
11/20/19
W
Quiz over 5.55.6
Chapter 5 Review
Test WS
11/21/19
R
Chapter 5 Review cont.
Test WS
11/22/19
F
Chapter 5 Test
Graphing project
Week 16
Learning Goal: SWBAT use graphing transformations to create a picture on graphing calculator.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
11/25/19
M
Thanksgiving Holidays
11/26/19
T
11/27/19
W
11/28/19
R
11/29/19
F
Week 17
Learning Goal: SWBAT use graphing transformations to create a picture on graphing calculator.
Hour of Code Week Dec 28.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
12/02/19
M
Work on graphing project
Discuss Hour of Code
Work on graphing project
And
Hour of Code
12/03/19
T
Work on graphing project
Or Hour of Code
Work on graphing project
And
Hour of Code
12/04/19
W
Work on graphing project
Or Hour of Code
Work on graphing project
And
Hour of Code
12/05/19
R
Work on graphing project
HOUR of CODE DUE
Work on graphing project
12/06/19
F
Work on graphing project
Work on graphing project
Week 18
Date
Class Plans
Homework
12/09/19
M
Project Day
Finish Project
12/10/19
T
Projects to be printed!
12/11/19
W
Projects Due
Printed and Colored!
Exam Review
Color Project Picture
Exam WS
12/12/19
R
Exam Review
Exam WS
12/13/19
F
Exam Review
Exam WS
Week 19
Date
Class Plans
Homework
12/16/19
M
Exam Review
Exam WS
12/17/19
T
1^{st} period exam then 3^{rd} 7^{th} periods
Exam Review
Exam WS
12/18/19
W
Exams 2^{nd} and 3^{rd} periods
12/19/19
R
Exams 4^{th} and 5^{th} periods
12/20/19
F
Exams 6^{th} and 7^{th} periods
Begin 3rd 9 Weeks!
Week 19
Welcome Back
Learning Goal: SWBAT define, draw, add & subtract vectors, find dot product, use component form, and solve vector application problems.
Despicable Me:
http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?v=ajTeseYcimE
Date
Class Plans
Homework
01/06/20
M
Teacher Workday. No Classes.
01/07/20
T
6.1 Vectors in the Plane
Vocabulary Sheet discussion
Adding practice:
Links for vectors in game writing:
http://www.wildbunny.co.uk/blog/vectormathsaprimerforgamesprogrammers/
http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?v=sKCF8A3XGxQ
Vector WS
01/08/20
W
6.1 cont.
Vocabulary cont.
Vector WS
01/09/20
R
6.1 cont.
Vector WS
01/10/20
F
6.1 cont.
Finish all 6.1 WS material
Finish
Vector WS
Week 20
Learning Goal: SWBAT define, draw, add & subtract vectors, find dot product, use component form, and solve vector application problems.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
01/13/20
M
Vector Vocab Quiz
1/14/20
T
6.1 Vectors in the Plane cont.
p. 511 #525 odd
01/15/20
W
6.1 cont.
p. 512 #29,31,33, 41, 43, 49, 51
01/16/20
R
6.1 cont. Day 2 on word problems
p. 513 # 5560 &WS
01/17/20
F
6.2 Dot Product and Angle Between Vectors
p. 519 #123 odd, 29
Week 21
Learning Goal: SWBAT define, draw, add & subtract vectors, find dot product, use component form, and solve vector application problems.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
01/20/20
M
MLK Holiday
01/21/20
T
Review 6.16.2
Practice on Chromebooks
Review WS
Quiz on Wednesday
01/22/20
W
Quiz over 6.16.2 Vectors
Visit Parametrics at Khan Academy
01/23/20
R
6.3 Parametric Equations
p. 530 #125 odd. Show work!
01/24/20
F
Play Game
Off to the Parametric Races
Review
p. 530 #37 & 38 WS for Quiz
Week 22
Need Graphing Calculators
Learning Goal: SWBAT define and graph parametric equations and eliminate the parameter to obtain rectangular equation.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
01/27/20
M
6.3 cont.
Ships in the Fog Activity
Finish Ships in the Fog
01/28/20
T
Parametrics Review
Short Quiz over Parametrics 6.3
Study for Quiz
01/29/20
W
6.4 Polar Coordinates
p. 539 #14 all, 721 odd
01/30/20
R
6.4 Polar Coordinates cont.
p. 539 #5, 6, 2734 all, 3547 odd
01/31/20
F
6.5 Polar Graphs
Class Activity
6.5 Worksheet
Week 23
Learning Goal: SWBAT • Plot points using polar coordinates. • Convert from polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates. • Convert from rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates. • Transform equations between polar and rectangular forms. • Identify and graph polar equations and convert to rectangular equations.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
02/03/20
M
6.5 cont.
p. 548 #712 all, 2543 odd (sketch & name graphs)
02/04/20
T
6.6 DeMoivere’s Theorem
p. 559 #226 even
02/05/20
W
6.6 cont.
Early Release (Per 14)
p. 559 #2737 odd
02/06/20
R
Ch 6.46.6 Review
WS for Quiz
02/07/20
F
Ch 6 Review
Go over WS!
Week 24
Learning Goal: SWBAT • Plot points using polar coordinates. • Convert from polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates. • Convert from rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates. • Transform equations between polar and rectangular forms. • Identify and graph polar equations and convert to rectangular equations.
Date
Class Plans
Homework
02/10/20
M
Extra Review Day
(Advisory L)
02/11/20
T
Quiz over 6.4 – 6.6
Worksheet for Ch 6 Test
02/12/20
W
Review
Worksheet for Ch 6 TEST
Finish WS and EC
Study for Test
02/13/20
R
Ch 6 TEST
02/14/20
F
Linear Regression Unit Day 1
LR Packet
Week 25
Date
Class Plans
Homework
02/17/20
M
President’s Day Holiday
02/18/20
T
Linear Regression Unit Day 2
LR Packet
02/19/20
W
Linear Regression Unit
Day 3
WS/Finish Packet
02/20/20
R
Linear Regression Quiz
02/21/20
F
7.1 Solving Systems of 2 Equations
p. 575 #921 odd, 27, 29, 53, 57
p. 604 # 4, 6
Week 26
Date
Class Plans
Homework
02/24/20
M
7.2 Matrix Algebra
p. 590 #110 all, 13, 17, 19, 2326
02/25/20
T
7.2 Matrix Algebra Cont.
Play Kahoots!
p. 591 #2733 odd,
02/26/20
W
7.2 cont.
p. 591 #35, 41, 47, 49, 6267
02/27/20
R
7.3 Cramer’s Rule
p. 604 #4952, 37, 56
02/28/20
F
Review for Matrix quiz without calculator
WS for Quiz
Week 27
Date
Class Plans
Homework
03/02/20
M
Quiz over 7.17.3 w/o calculator
1st puzzle in packet
03/03/20
T
Matrices w/calculator
Day 1
Calculator or Not Competition
2^{nd} & 3^{rd} puzzle in packet
03/04/20
W
Matrices w/calculator
Day 2
Assign Code Project?
Page 4 in puzzle packet
03/05/20
R
Triangle Area and Layovers!
Review
Finish packet withWS for quiz
03/06/20
F
Give Codes Project
Study for Quiz
Week 28
Date
Class Plans
Homework
03/09/20
M
Quiz over Matrices with Calculator
Log WS
03/10/20
T
Review Logs
Puzzle
03/11/20
W
Review Logs
Quiz WS
03/12/20
R
Review Logs
WS
03/13/20
F
Quiz over Logs
Last Day in 3^{rd} 9 Weeks
Carnival 6 & 7^{th} Periods
Spring Break
Hey, Wonderful Precal Students!
If you need to complete this work outside of class and run into trouble, remember KhanAcademy.com is a great source of explanations and examples! If that is not working, check youtube for your troubling topic.
Week 30
Beginning of 4^{th} 9 Weeks!!
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, interpret, and apply exponential and logarithmic functions
Date
Class Plans
Homework
03/23/20
M
Inservice Day
No Students!
Sleep/recover from sunburn!
03/24/20
T
Welcome Back!!!!
Begin 4^{th} 9 Weeks
3.1 Exponential Functions
Kahoot on Rational Exponents
In class do with partners:
p. 286 # 710, 3942
Finish classwork.
03/25/20
W
3.1 Exponential Functions
p. 286 #1117, 23, 24 all
03/26/20
R
3.1 Exponential Functions cont.
In class p. 288 #52
p. 287 # 46, 48, 50, 54, 58, 6164 all
3/27/20
F
3.2 Exponential & Logistic Modeling
In class p. 296 #3,5,11,13, 21
p. 296 #222 even (Quick and easy!)
Week 31
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, interpret, and apply exponential and logarithmic functions
Date
Class Plans
Homework
03/30/20
M
3.2 Exponential and Logistic Modeling cont.
In class p. 297 #32, #34, 40, #42, #44
Penny Activity??
p. 296 #3147 odd
Show Work!
03/31/20
T
3.3 Log Functions
Quiz WS 3.13.2
p. 308 #236 even
04/01/20
W
Quiz 3.13.2
3.3 Log Graphs
p. 308 #3740 all, 4157 odd, 59, 60,
04/02/20
R
3.4 Log Laws
p. 317 #135 odd, 52, 53
04/03/20
F
Review 3.13.4
WS #120
Quiz over 3.13.4 on Tuesday
Week 32
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, interpret, and apply exponential and logarithmic functions
Date
Class Plans
Homework
04/06/20
M
Review
Finish Worksheet & Puzzle
04/07/20
T
Quiz over 3.13.4
04/08/20
W
3.5 Equation solving and Modeling
In Class p. 332 #5558
p. 331 #117 odd, 1924 all
04/09/20
R
3.5 cont.
p. 331 #2533 odd, 3438 all, 49, 51, 6164
04/10/20
F
3.6 Math of Finance
p. 341 #412 mult of 4!, 2129 odd, 6364 all
Ch 3 Test next week
Week 33
Learning Goal: SWBAT graph, interpret, and apply exponential and logarithmic functions
Date
Class Plans
Homework
04/13/20
M
Review for Chapter 3 Test
Worksheet for Chapter 3 Test
#125
04/14/20
T
Review
WS #2636
EC log WS
04/15/20
W
Review again!
Easy Conic Project Assigned
Due 4/24/20
Study for TEST
04/16/20
R
Chapter 3 TEST
Start finding pictures for powerpoint
04/17/20
F
8.1 Conic Sections and Parabolas
Patty Paper Activity
No homework