Mr.Timmerman

Homework – Winter 2019

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CLASSES:

Period 1                                                       Grade 10 Gifted/Enriched - MPM2DG/2  - 03

Period 2                                                        Advanced Functions – MHF4U1 - 12

Period 5                                                    Advanced Functions – MHF4U1 - 11                                                       

UPCOMING TESTS:

Test: Monday, Apr 15

Quiz: Friday, April 26

Here is the error sheet (so far).

Quiz: Wednesday, Apr 24

Here is the error sheet (so far).

Quiz: Wednesday, Apr 24

Wed. Apr 24

·     Review – Factoring

·     Commenting on Values Using Non-Negativity of Perfect Squares

·     Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring (using standard form and Zero Product Principle)

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Quiz

·     The graph of y  = tan x

·     Graphing Sinusoidal Functions

·     Writing Equations for Graphs – see answers here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Quiz

·     The graph of y  = tan x

·     Graphing Sinusoidal Functions

·     Writing Equations for Graphs – see answers here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Tue. Apr 23

·     Review – Factoring

·     Advanced Factoring

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Review – Trig Identities

·     Review/Summary – Sinusoidal Functions

·     Please see this.

·     Also please review this, this, and that.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Review – Trig Identities

·     Review/Summary – Sinusoidal Functions

·     Please see this.

·     Also please review this, this, and that.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Mon. Apr 22

·     Easter Monday – no classes

·     Easter Monday – no classes

·     Easter Monday – no classes

Fri. Apr 19

·     Good Friday – no  classes.

·     Have a great weekend!

·     Good Friday – no  classes.

·     Have a great weekend!

·     Good Friday – no  classes.

·     Have a great weekend!

Thur. Apr 18

·     Review – factoring – see here.

·     Sum and Difference of Perfect Cubes

·     See notes here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Trig Identities – Day 3 – examples.

·     Important note: Consult solutions below only after you have attempted the questions on your own.

·     Solution to number 5 here.

·     Solution to number 14 here.

·     Solutions to numbers 2, 4, and 8 here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts.

·     Trig Identities – Day 3 – examples.

·     Important note: Consult solutions below only after you have attempted the questions on your own.

·     Solution to number 5 here.

·     Solution to number 14 here.

·     Solutions to numbers 2, 4, and 8 here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts.

Wed. Apr 17

·     Factoring review – see here.

·     Factoring Incomplete Squarse – here.

·     Practice – see here.

·     HW: class handout

·     Trig. Identities  -  Day 2 – see notes.

·     Took up a HW questions – here.

·     More Trig. Identities – here.

·     A sample identity here.

·     HW: class handout

·     Trig. Identities  -  Day 2 – see notes.

·     Took up a HW questions – here.

·     More Trig. Identities – here.

·     A sample identity here.

·     HW: class handout

Tue. Apr 16

·     Factoring Review

·     Completing the Square on Simple Trinomials: relationship b/n b  and c.

·     Non-Negativity of Perfect Squares.

·     Proving Inequalities.

·     HW: factoring worksheet.

·     Quiz

·     Took up p.219 #25

·     Introduction to Trig. Identities – day 1

·     Example of Non-Identity, Practice.

·     HW: p.240 # 7 – 13, 15, 16, 21; and worksheet; see this, this and that.

·     Quiz

·     Took up p.219 #25

·     Introduction to Trig. Identities – day 1

·     Example of Non-Identity, Practice.

·     HW: p.240 # 7 – 13, 15, 16, 21; and worksheet; see this, this and that.

Mon. Apr 15

·     Test 2: Analytic Geometry

·     HW:  textbook – p.246 # 7 - 10

·     Half-Angle Identities – see notes.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Half-Angle Identities – see notes.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Fri. Apr 12

·     Factoring a Difference of Perfect Squares (derivation and examples)

·     Perfect Square Trinomials (PSTs)

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts; time permitting – p.246 # 1 through 6 (factoring practice)

·     Please see notes here.

·     Double Angle Identities (derivation and examples)

·     Rewriting Identity to Get a Different Version of It.

·     Exercises with Double angle Identities.

·     HW: finish class handout, see notes, and those notes,  work on textbook -  p. 234 #19, 25

·     Double Angle Identities (derivation and examples)

·     Rewriting Identity to Get a Different Version of It.

·     Exercises with Double angle Identities.

·     HW: finish class handout, see notes, and those notes,  work on textbook -  p. 234 #19, 25

Thur. Apr 11

·     Review – Non-Simple Trinomials

·     Expanding and Simplifying (and Collecting Like Terms) Products of Polynomials

·     Practice

·     HW: textbook – p.240 #1 – 5, 6 – 7, 11, 14, 15 - 16

·     Took up a question from 2nd worksheet from yesterday – see here

·     Compound Angle Identities – what they are and Unit Circle

·     Derivation of Formulas  - see  here.

·     Using Compound Angle Identities for Calculating Exact Values of Trig. Ratios (rationalizing denominators – see note)

·     HW: p.226 #22, 24, 25, 27, 29; then,  time permitting – p.232 #1 – 8, 10,       12 - 15, 20, 21; please see this.

·     Took up a question from 2nd worksheet from yesterday – see here

·     Compound Angle Identities – what they are and Unit Circle

·     Derivation of Formulas  - see  here.

·     Using Compound Angle Identities for Calculating Exact Values of Trig. Ratios (rationalizing denominators – see note)

·     HW: p.226 #22, 24, 25, 27, 29; then,  time permitting – p.232 #1 – 8, 10,       12 - 15, 20, 21;  please see this.

Wed. Apr 10

·     Review: Factoring Simple Trinomials

·     Simple Trinomials with More Variables and Higher Exponents.

·     Factoring Non-Simple Trinomials by Decomposition of the Middle Term

·     HW: work on both of the class worksheets

·     Cofunction Identities – 2: Problem Solving with Cofunction Identities

·     Please carefully review this.

·     HW: work on both of the class worksheets

·     Cofunction Identities – 2: Problem Solving with Cofunction Identities

·     Please carefully review this.

·     HW: work on both of the class worksheets

Tue. Apr 9

·     Factoring by Grouping (Regular and Special – differ by number of terms)

·     Regrouping: #2g

·     Examples/Practice (Grouping)

·     Handout – Various Questions

·     Quadratic Trinomials Terminology

·     Factoring Simple Trinomials

·     Practice

·     HW: first worksheet; and second worksheet – numbers 1 through 5

·     Test 2

·     HW: please review class notes and work on questions  assigned the day before.

·     Test 2

·     HW: please review class notes and work on questions  assigned the day before.

Mon. Apr 8

·     Common Factors/Divisors

·     Common factoring – process, examples and practice

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout

·     Co-Function Identities 1 (Correlated Angle Identities)

·     HW: finish class worksheet and work on p.225 #1 - 14

·     Co-Function Identities 1 (Correlated Angle Identities)

·     HW: finish class worksheet and work on p.225 #1 - 14

Fri. Apr 5

·     Quiz

·     Polynomials Review

·     Expanding, Simplifying (and Collecting Like Terms)

·     Practice – handout

·     HW: finish class work, work on exponents sheets and p.156 of textbook  #7 – 13, 15 - 17

·     Related Acute Angle Identities

·     Working with Symmetry (even/odd) of Trigonometric Functions

·     Review: Rational Inequality – number 10 from class handout(answer wrong)

·     HW:p.208 #1 – 11, 14 – 17, 20;            p.209 #18, 19, 21, 22;                             P.216 #1 – 6;                                                p.217 #7 – 10, 13, 16 – 18, 20, 25

·     Related Acute Angle Identities

·     Working with Symmetry (even/odd) of Trigonometric Functions

·     Review: Rational Inequality – number 10 from class handout(answer wrong)

·     HW:p.208 #1 – 11, 14 – 17, 20;            p.209 #18, 19, 21, 22;                               P.216 #1 – 6;                                                p.217 #7 – 10, 13, 16 – 18, 20, 25

Thur. Apr 4

·     Please work on rest of AG booklet

·     See this once attempted on your own

·     New Unit: Algebra and Quadratic Equations

·     Laws of Exponents

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout

·     Definitions: Co-terminal and Principal Angles

·     Using Coterminal and Related Acute Angles to Find the Value of a Trig Ratio

·     Review: Rational Functions Word Problems

·     HW: review and a reasonable sample of class handouts.

·     Definitions: Co-terminal and Principal Angles

·     Using Coterminal and Related Acute Angles to Find the Value of a Trig Ratio

·     Review: Rational Functions Word Problems

·     HW: review and a reasonable sample of class handouts.

Wed. Apr 3

·     Verifying Properties of Geometric Figures

·     Example: Midsigment of a Triangle

·     Conjectures and Testing 

·     Example: Midpoint Quadrilateral

·     Practice, started number 4

·     Please remember to work on your unit outline

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout

·     In-Class Assignment

·     Review – Special Triangles – Degrees and Radians.

·     HW: please review class notes  and review for the test.

·     Please review this as well.

·     In-Class Assignment

·     Review – Special Triangles – Degrees and Radians.

·     HW: please review class notes  and review for the test.

·     Please review this as well.

Tue. Apr 2

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Mon. Apr. 1

·     Circle Problems – took up number 2

·     Using Inequalities: Strict vs Non-Strict

·     Regions Involving Circles – see here

·     Equation of a Median – an Example

·     Remember to Think Graphically, Solve Analytically!

·     (Shortest) Distance from a Point to a Line – Perpendicular Distance – see here ;   Explaining Why Perpendicular

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts; see this as well.

·     Graphing review – see here.

·     Radians and degrees – see note here.

·     Angular Velocity – see here and here.

·     HW: please review class notes and work on a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Graphing review – see here.

·     Radians and degrees – see note here.

·     Angular Velocity – see here and here.

·     HW: please review class notes and work on a reasonable sample of class handouts

Fri. Mar 29

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Thur. Mar. 28

·     Midpoint Formula – see here

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     See solution here and here.

·     Please see this as well.

·     See solution here and here.

·     Please see this as well.

Wed. Mar. 27

·     OSSLT – no classes

·     HW: left/right column of worksheet questions; please review class notes

·     OSSLT – no classes

·     HW: p.185 #4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work

·     OSSLT – no classes

·     HW: p.185 #4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work

Tue. Mar.26

·     Quiz

·     Equation of a Circle Centered at (h, k) – see a solution to number 19 here

·     Determining the Centre of a Circle – see a diagram here.

·     Midpoint Formula (with example)

·     HW: right column of worksheet questions; please review class notes

·     Quiz

·     Graphing Rational Functions  - see here

·     HW: p.185 #4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work

·     Quiz

·     Graphing Rational Functions  - see here

·     HW: p.185 #4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work

Mon. Mar. 25

·     Worked through review questions

·     The Distance Formula

·     Fixing the Distance: Equation of a Circle Centered at (h, k)

·     HW: distance formula questions and equations of circles questions – see answers here.

·     Solving Rational Inequalities – see notes here.

·     Graphing a Rational Function – see note here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Solving Rational Inequalities – see notes here.

·     Graphing a Rational Function – see note here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Fri. Mar 22

·     Fixing Distance from a point to the Origin - Equation of a Circle Centered at (0, 0)

·     Checking id a Point is ON/INSIDE/OUTSIDE the circle

·     Practice – class handout

·     HW: finish side 1 of class handout, review class notes and work on textbook p.96 #1 – 4, 7

·     Please see this, this, that and that.

·     Practice – Graphing Rational Functions

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Practice – Graphing Rational Functions

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Thur. Mar 21

·     Divisor Conting – 3

·     Distance From a Point to the Origin

·     Please bring a compass.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Entrance Card – see here.

·     Curve Sketching with Algorithm.

·     Please see solutions here.

·     Oblique Asymptotes Continued: see this and that.

·     HW: p.174 #16; p.190 #4

·     Entrance Card – see here.

·     Curve Sketching with Algorithm.

·     Please see solutions here.

·     Oblique Asymptotes Continued: see this and that.

·     HW: p.174 #16; p.190 #4

Wed. Mar 20

·     Test 1: Linear Systems

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Graphing Rational Functions – Procedure (Curve Sketching Algorithm)

·     Intro to Oblique/Slant Asymptotes

·     HW: p.176 # 17, 18, 19

·     Graphing Rational Functions – Procedure (Curve Sketching Algorithm)

·     Intro to Oblique/Slant Asymptotes

·     HW: p.176 # 17, 18, 19

Tue. Mar 19

·     Divisor Counting – Part 2.

·     See note here, here, here, and here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Linear over Linear handout – key features – see here.

·     Review/Summary – see here.

·     HW: p.174 #1 – 12, 14

·     Linear over Linear handout – key features – see here.

·     Review/Summary – see here.

·     HW: p.174 #1 – 12, 14

Mon. Mar 18

·     Line Segments in a Triangle – see this

·     Divisor Counting Review

·     Practice

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Reciprocals of Quadratic Functions – Continued – See note here.

·     HW: p.164 #2 – 4, 5ace, 7, 8addgh; p.166 #9 – 14, 16, 17

·     Reciprocals of Quadratic Functions – Continued – See note here.

·     HW: p.164 #2 – 4, 5ace, 7, 8addgh; p.166 #9 – 14, 16, 17

Fri. Mar 8

·     LCM/GCD Problems. See solution to number 3 here.

·     Introduction to Divisor Counting – see class notes here.

·     Review handout (Fractions/LCM/GCD)

·     Review – Triangles, Quadrilaterals.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Reciprocal of Quadratic Functions.

·     Three Cases.See notes here.

·     P.153 #2 – 5, 7 – 10, 13, 15

·     Reciprocal of Quadratic Functions.

·     Three Cases.See notes here.

·     P.153 #2 – 5, 7 – 10, 13, 15

Thur. Mar 7

·     Warm up/PS tasks.

·     Applications of PND: LCM and GCD of Two Numbers. Connecting LCM, GCD by forming their product.

·     HW: task offered in class and a reasonable sample from class handout

·     Reciprocal Functions. Summary here.

·     Solution to a challenge here.

·     Reciprocal of a Linear Function.

·     HW: p.153 #2 – 5, 7 – 10, 13, 15

·     Reciprocal Functions. Summary here.

·     Solution to a challenge here.

·     Reciprocal of a Linear Function.

·     HW: p.153 #2 – 5, 7 – 10, 13, 15

Wed. Mar 6

·     Quiz

·     Group work: Problem Solving/Presentations

·     HW: finish class handout and a sample of  p.54 – 55 of the textbook

·     Unit 2 Started – Rational Functions

·     Review – Rational Expressions

·     Rational Equations  - see notes here.

·     HW: p.183 #1, 2, 6, 9, 15 and to finish the class handout (see notes above)

·     Unit 2 Started – Rational Functions

·     Review – Rational Expressions

·     Rational Equations  - see notes here.

·     HW: p.183 #1, 2, 6, 9, 15 and to finish the class handout (see notes above)

Tue. Mar. 5

·     Unit 2 Started: Number Theory (Prime Numbers) and Analytic Geometry

·     Primes and Composites, PND (Prime Number Decomposition)

·     Please work on unit 2 outline

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Test 1

·     HW: Please work on p.146 – 147 (a reasonable sample)

·     Test 1

·     HW: Please work on p.146 – 147 (a reasonable sample)

Mon. Mar. 4

·     Break-Even Point – see here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of textbook pages assigned in class

·     Review – Part 3

·     HW: review for the test; a reasonable sample of class assignment

·     Review – Part 3

·     HW: review for the test; a reasonable sample of class assignment

Fri. Mar 1

·     Word Problems – Relative Velocity

·     Unit 1 Outline – Please Review

·     Problem Solving with Linear Systems – working on second worksheet

·     HW: a sample from word problems handout and work on problem solving questions

·     Unit 1 Review – Part 2

·     P.140 – 141 (omit 10b, 15, 16, 18c); p.142 – 143 (omit 14, 15)

·     Please see number 4, number 5, number 6.

·     HW: review for the test; a reasonable sample of class assignment

·     Unit 1 Review – Part 2

·     P.140 – 141 (omit 10b, 15, 16, 18c);   p.142 – 143 (omit 14, 15)

·     Please see number 4, number 5, number 6.

·     HW: review for the test; a reasonable sample of class assignment

Thur. Feb 28

·     Word Problems: Chemistry Solutions and Distance/Speed/Time problems

·     Problem Solving – Part 2

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Unit 1 Review  - Part 1

·     P.74 – 77;      p.78 – 79

·     Please see number 1, number 2, number 3.

·     Unit 1 Review  - Part 1

·     P.74 – 77;      p.78 – 79

·     Please see number 1, number 2, number 3.

Wed. Feb 27

·     Problem Solving in Groups

·     Number Pattern, Conjecture and Proof for Difference of Squares Factorization Formula

·     HW: finish Problem Solving – Part 1 handout and work on word problems (a reasonable sample, up to chemical solutions, before those)

·     Review – Factor Theorem – see this.

·     Solving Polynomial Inequalities.

·     Strict vs Non-Strict Inequalities.

·     Example 1, Example 2, Example 3

·     HW: p.138 #2, 6, 6bc, 12, 13;            please review interval notation on p.8 of the textbook.

·     Review – Factor Theorem – see this.

·     Solving Polynomial Inequalities.

·     Strict vs Non-Strict Inequalities.

·     Example 1, Example 2, Example 3

·     HW: p.138 #2, 6, 6bc, 12, 13;            please review interval notation on p.8 of the textbook.

Tue. Feb 26

·     Word Problems continued: Investment Type,                       Mechanical Mixture Type

·     HW:  a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     More Solving Polynomial Equations

·     Families of Polynomial Functions

·     HW: p.119 #1 – 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22

·     More Solving Polynomial Equations

·     Families of Polynomial Functions

·     HW: p.119 #1 – 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22

Mon. Feb 25

·     Word Problems

·     HW:  a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Solving Polynomial Equations

·     HW: p.110 #3, 4, 7, 8eo, 12 – 15, 18, 20, 24

·     Solving Polynomial Equations

·     HW: p.110 #3, 4, 7, 8eo, 12 – 15, 18, 20, 24

Fri. Feb 22

·     Quiz

·     Number of Lattice Points on a Line.

·     Systems Sharing a Solution.

·     Discussing Approach to Word Problems.

·     HW: Review class notes, challenge offered in class; #1-3 (word problems)

·     Factor Theorem – Part 2 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is not 1, Using Rational  Zero Theorem). See note.

·     HW: p.102 # 5, 7, 10, 11, 17 – 19

·     See this and that.

·     Factor Theorem – Part 2 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is not 1, Using Rational  Zero Theorem). See note.

·     HW: p.102 # 5, 7, 10, 11, 17 – 19

·     See this and that.

Thur. Feb 21

·     Review – Solving Linear System

·     Factor Theorem – Part 1 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is 1, Using Integral (Integer) Zero Theorem). See note.

·     HW: p.102 # 1–4, 6, 9, 12 – 15, 20, 21, 22

·     Factor Theorem – Part 1 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is 1, Using Integral (Integer) Zero Theorem). See note.

·     HW: p.102 # 1–4, 6, 9, 12 – 15, 20, 21, 22

Wed. Feb 20

·     Review – Method of Elimination

·     Proof by Contradiction

·     Practice

·     HW:  a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Quiz

·     Remainder Theorem – see notes here.

·     HW: please review class notes and work on p.91 #7 – 10, 11ab, 12 – 16, 18 (give it a try, no problem if stuck),         20 - 23

·     Quiz

·     Remainder Theorem – see notes here.

·     HW: please review class notes and work on p.91 #7 – 10, 11ab, 12 – 16, 18 (give it a try, no problem if stuck),  20 - 23

Tue. Feb 19

·     Solving Linear Systems by Elimination

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Polynomial Long Division

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Polynomial Long Division

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Mon. Feb 18

·     Family Day – No classes

·     Family Day – No classes

·     Family Day – No classes

Fri. Feb 15

·     More Solving Linear Systems by Substitution and Solving by Method of Comparison (when both equations in y = mx +b form)

·     Took up a shaded area question.

·     HW: p.2 – 3 of class handout

·     More ARC and IRC examples.

·     HW: p.71 #1 – 4, 7 – 10, 12

·     Please also work on those questions .   (once attempted see solutions here and here)

·     More ARC and IRC examples.

·     HW: p.71 #1 – 4, 7 – 10, 12

·     Please also work on those questions .      (once attempted see solutions here and here)

Thur. Feb 14

·     Number of Solutions see here and here

·     Solving Linear Systems by Substitution

·     HW: page 1 of class handout.

·     Average Rate of Change (ARC) – Slope of the Secant Line

·     Instantaneous Rate of Change (IRC) – Slope of the Tangent (which we only get to calculate approximately)

·     Applications Problem – see here.

·     HW: p.62 #1 – 5, 7, 10, 12, 13

·     Average Rate of Change (ARC) – Slope of the Secant Line

·     Instantaneous Rate of Change (IRC) – Slope of the Tangent (which we only get to calculate approximately)

·     Applications Problem – see here.

·     HW: p.62 #1 – 5, 7, 10, 12, 13

Wed. Feb 13

·     Linear Systems and What it Means to Solve a Linear System

·     Solving Linear Systems by Graphing

·     Cases – Number of Solutions.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Here are notes from yesterday.

·     Review – Factored Form

·     Transformations of Functions – class notes are here.

·     HW: p.49 #1 – 7, 10, 12, 15

·     Here are notes from yesterday.

·     Review – Factored Form

·     Transformations of Functions – class notes are here.

·     HW: p.49 #1 – 7, 10, 12, 15

Tue. Feb 12

·     Review of Math Facts Game

·     Solving Fractional Equations

·     Practice

·     A Problem Solving Question

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     See page 26 here and here.

·     Please work on p.26 #8acdef, 11 – 18

·     Please work on p.29 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13

·     Equations and Graphs of Polynomial Functions

·     Please review this note as well.

·     See p.39 here and here.

·     See page 26 here and here.

·     Please work on p.26 #8acdef, 11 – 18

·     Please work on p.29 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13

·     Equations and Graphs of Polynomial Functions

·     Please review this note as well.

·     See p.39 here and here.

Mon. Feb 11

·     Graphing Straight Lines (using y = mx+b, 3 methods)

·     Advantages of Method 1

·     HW: please review class work, work on p.2 of Fridays handout and shaded area questions.

·     Review – Factoring

·     Tables of Values (TOVs) and Finite differences; Constant Nth Difference and Leading coefficient; d = an!

·     Factored Form of Equation of Polynomial Function; Order of Factors/Roots and X-interceps

·     HW:p.39 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 and revisit p.29 #13 and see this solution.

·     Review – Factoring

·     Tables of Values (TOVs) and Finite differences; Constant Nth Difference and Leading coefficient; d = an!

·     Factored Form of Equation of Polynomial Function; Order of Factors/Roots and X-interceps

·     HW:p.39 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 and revisit p.29 #13 and see this solution.

Fri. Feb 8

·     Shaded Area Question

·     Parallel and Perpedicular Lines

·     Practice

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Characteristics of Polynomial Functions – Part 1 (degree, sign of the leading coefficient, end behavior, symmetry,number of turning (local max/min) points, even or odd degree, odd degree vs odd)

·     P.26 #1, 2, 3i, ii, 5, 6, 7i, ii – see here.

·     Please review this carefully!

·     Characteristics of Polynomial Functions – Part 1 (degree, sign of the leading coefficient, end behavior, symmetry,number of turning (local max/min) points, even or odd degree, odd degree vs odd)

·     P.26 #1, 2, 3i, ii, 5, 6, 7i, ii – see here.

·     Please review this carefully!

Thu. Feb 7

·     Finding Shaded Area. Complementary Counting Problem Solving Method.

·     Review – Linear Relations.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts; please see this.

·     Review – Factoring, Inequalities.

·     Characteristics of Power Functions.

·     See notes here.

·     HW: please review notes above, and work on p.12 # 3 – 11, 14, 16 – 18. See the pages here.

·     Review – Factoring, Inequalities.

·     Characteristics of Power Functions.

·     See notes here.

·     HW: please review notes above, and work on p.12 # 3 – 11, 14, 16 – 18. See the pages here.

Wed. Feb 6

·     Review

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Review

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Review

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Tue. Feb 5

·     Review – Dividing Fractions

·     Problem Solving with Fractions – Part 1

·     Work Rate Problems started.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout – “Problems Involving Fractions”;  please see this, that.

·     Answer page for “Essential Skills Review” distributed                      (number 2s answer is wrong – should be )

·     Review(PSTs, Quadratics/vertex form, sinusoidal functions, solving trigonometric equations)

·     Please carefully review this.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout

·     Answer page for “Essential Skills Review” distributed                                       (number 2s answer is wrong – should be )

·     Review(PSTs, Quadratics/vertex form, sinusoidal functions, solving trigonometric equations)

·     Please carefully review this.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout

Mon. Feb 4

·     Course Outline/Expectations

·     Diagnostic

·     Fractions Review (Reducing, Mixed Number vs Improper Fractions, Adding with LCM, Multiplying, Cross Cancel-n)

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout – fractions review

 

·     Course Outline/Expectations

·     Diagnostic

·     Review (Expanding, Factoring, Simplifyng Rational Expressions)

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout – “Essential Skills Review”

·     Course Outline/Expectations

·     Diagnostic

·     Review (Expanding, Factoring, Simplifyng Rational Expressions)

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout – “Essential Skills Review”