W 4/16 - Alg II - No HW over break - but looking ahead
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
No homework over break.
Looking ahead:
pp. 249-251 #13-21 odd, 22-29, 33-35, 42-44, 51-54
No homework over break.
Looking ahead:
pp. 249-251 #13-21 odd, 22-29, 33-35, 42-44, 51-54
pp. 249-251 #1, 2, 4-12 even, 57-63 odd
Finish any remaining homework from section 4.1
Go wild with quadratics and parabolas from the last two homeworks. You should be able to do them all now. If you have any questions, see me during seminar.
pp. 240-243 # 41-46, 55-59, 62, 65, 68, 71, 74
No new HW tonight. You may finish today's quizzes during homework room on Friday.
Quiz on 3.1 & 3.2 on Thursday.
pp. 240-243 #1-6, 7-15 odd, 19-26, 33-39 odd, 40
Quiz on 3.1 & 3.2 moved to Thursday.
Looking ahead HW on Wednesday night: pp. 240-243 #1-6, 7-15 odd, 19-26, 33-39 odd, 40
pp. 164-167 #55-60, 64, 67, 70, 72, 75, 78
Quiz on Wednesday on 3.1 & 3.2
We will finish any questions on #17-20, 27-33, 40-45 from Thursday's homeowork on Tuesday.
pp. 164-167 #1-8, 15-20, 27-33, 40-45
Looking ahead:
pp. 164-167 #55-60, 64, 67, 70, 72, 75, 78
Quiz on Wednesday - section 3.1 & 3.2
No new HW.
pp. 156-158 #1, 2, 3-15 odd, 16-22, 35-38, 41-53 odd
Extra Credit: #39 &/or 40
No new HW. We will go over Friday's assignment briefly and move on to the new homework for the rest of the time.
Read pp. 150-155 - try the examples and all of the "Guided Practice" questions.
We will go over the word problems from section 2.4 on Monday.
pp. 101-104 #39, 43-47, 50-57, 60, 66, 72, 78, 80
pp. 101-104 #1, 2, 4-16 even, 18-26, 28-38 even
No new HW
pp. 93-96 #46-51, 55-57, 63-68, 79-83 odd
Good luck on block book night
pp. 93-96 #59-62, 70-77, then 25-29 odd, 30-42 even
I apologize for having forgotten to post this on Friday.
pp. 93-96 #1, 2-20 even, 21-23
Looking ahead: #59-62, 70-77
pp. 86-88 #41-48
pp. 86-88 #18-28, 32-36, 56-66 even
Finsh pp. 86-88 #1, 2, 6-17, 29-31, 50-55
Looking ahead: pp. 86-88 #18-28, 32-36, 56-66 even
Further ahead: word problems - pp. 87-88 #41-48
pp. 86-88 #1, 2, 6-17, 29-31, 50-55
p. 79 #51-66
AND
p. 81 #1-9
LOOKING AHEAD (HW that will be assigned on T):
pp. 86-88 #1, 2, 6-17, 29-31, 50-55
p. 79 #51-66
pp. 76-79 #42-49
pp. 76-79 #21-24, 28-30, 34-39 (You will need to have looked over examples 3, 4, & 5 for these exercises).
Looking ahead: Wednesday night homework will include word problems - #42-49
Read pp. 72-76 - remember this means reading the text as well as reading through the examples then trying the examples with the solution covered.
pp. 76-79 #1, 2, 6-9, 12-17, 20
All of Chapter 1 is possible.
If you have review handouts. Be sure you can do every exercise in the review and on the example test. Bring questions to class.
We will be having a test on all of Chapter 1. You have reveiw materials and highlights. Bring questions from the review materials on T & W.
p. 59 #1-8 (these come from sections 1.5-1.7, so you may need to refer to old packets.)
pp. 55-58 #78-81, 83-94
pp. 55-58 #63-65, 74-77
pp. 55-58 #49-62
You have completed the exercises and the (mostly) correct answers for #49-60 were put on the board. Now:
pp. 55-58 #49-62
Be sure to use examples 4 & 5 as models.
Look at the key concepts above example 4.
pp. 55-58 #1, 2, 6-8, 12-17, 14-32
Use the examples (#1 & #2) to help you with the exercises.
Even if not explicitly asked for, be sure to do a check at the end of each exercise - i.e. do the solutions you found work in the original equation.
It is ok to sketch instead of graph answers on this homework.
p. 47 #61-67 odd
Attempt them all. If you get stuck, you should at least have Given and Find listed.
We will finish section 1.6 tomorrow. We will begin section 1.7.
No class on Friday due to assembly.
No class on Monday due to MLK day holiday.
HW is due on T 1/21.
pp. 44-47 #28-36, 37-47 odd, 50-59, 61-67 odd
pp. 44-47 #1, 2, 7-15, 19-27, 69-73
No new homework
Finish the last homework - pp. 30-32 #1-6, 18-20, 40-53 (which was assigned on Friday)
New homework - pp. 30-32 #11-17, 21-29, 33-38
Short quiz on sections 1.1-1.4 also
No new HW
pp. 30-32 #1-6, 18-20, 40-53
Tackle those word problems head on!
pp. 21-24 #43-65 odd, 68-77, 80, 84, 88
pp. 21-24 #1, 2, 11-19 odd, 26-32 even, 37-42
pp. 13-16 #35-51 odd, 52-54, 58-62, 65, 69, 71
pp. 13-16 #1-3, 10-14 even, 16-18, 24, 29-33
Finish any questions from the homework from section 1.1. We will have a new assignment Thursday night.
Look over Examples 5 & 6 on p. 5. Be sure you understand them fully. Then try #9-14 on p. 5.
Once you have done this go back to Monday's homework and finish any questions related to these that you had difficulty with.
pp. 6-9 #1, 2, 6-10, 14-16, 20-24, 28-30, 35-43, 47-55, 58-61, 64, 70, 76
NO HW - Enjoy the holiday
See you on Monday.
Take home exam is due on Tuesday 11/26.
We will have a comprehensive exam on Tuesday 11/26. Start preparing. We will review on Thursday and Friday.
Graph by hand: #25-34 on p. 106
No new HW
No new exercises. Spending time rereading sections 1.1 and 1.2.
Finish any lingering exercises from last homework.
pp. 106-107
#25-28 - if you have a graphing calculator - try it even if you do not.
#29-34 - see def. on p. 103 & examples 9 & 10
#35 & 36 - use def of odd and even
No new HW.
Quiz on 1.1 tomorrow.
HW. pp. 105 -106
QUIZ on section 1.1 on Wednesday
No new HW
pp. 94-95
#71-76 (& 79, 81 if not finished already)
Finish HW from W 10/30: pp. 94-95 #69, 70, 77-79, 81 (remember answers for odd exercises are on p. A68.
Go through example 9 - understand this and be able to do on your own. We will be working on #71-76 in class tomorrow, which requires you to have understood example 9.
No new homework.
Reading: if you have not done it already, read p. 88, including trying example #5.
Exercises: pp. 94-96
#51, 53, 55-60 - see p. 88 & Example 5 for help.
#61-64 - see Example 3, but write out your answer Example 1 or Exercises 9 & 10. Use {}.
#65-66
#67-70 - hint: each of the functions is used only once
#77-78, 81 - You will have to...
Read pp. 87-91 (examples 4-9 & summary) (see previous notes on reading a math text)
pp. 92-94 #29-50
READ pp. 83-87 (through Example 3)
- Reading a math book means read the text, but do it in small chunks - read a couple sentences or a paragraph, which may include explanations and definitions. Make sure you understand it reasonably well. If you do not, reread it until you do before moving on.
-When you come to an example, the text has...
Happy Block Book night.
No class today. See you on Thursday.
No new HW.
p. 339 #23-32, #37-45 odd. These are to be handed in on Monday.
We will finish going over word problems on Monday also. Those will be handed in at end of class or beginning of class on Tuesday.
Quiz on section 4.3 on Friday.
We finished going over #43, 46-54 today. Be prepared to finish going over #56, 57, 60, 63, and the assigned word problems (#65-74, 79) and 81-86.
No new homework.
pp. 340-342 #65-74, 79, 81-86
Note: you do not need a graphing utility on #79; a scientific calculator will suffice.
Looking ahead: Quiz on F 10/18
No new HW. Look at W 10/9 for last HW assignment
finish or try again: p. 339 #30-33, 36
AND
p. 339 #37, 38, 43, 46-53, 56, 57, 60, 63
p. 339 #23-33, 36
pp. 338-339 #1, 4, 5, 8, 12, 13-19 odd, 20, 22 - be sure to look at the corresponding examples
If you read ahead, you may try
23-33, 36
Quiz on section 4.1.
pp. 319-320 #55, 57-61, 63, 65, 67-70, 71-81 odd.
bonus: #83-87 odd
Quiz on Friday
Add the following to the previous exercises: #47-53 odd - do not use a calculator.
If you feel like you need more practice on the previous homework, give some of the evens and the odds that were not assigned a try.
Finish any problems from previous homework (see previous post) that was due today and add
p. 318 #31, 33a, 34b, 43, 45, 46a
Read pp. 309-317 - be sure to try each example on your own before looking at the solution.
Exercises #1-29 odd
If you have not finished yesterday's homework, do so. We will finish going over it tomorrow and then move on to trigonometry review.
pp. 241-242 - all (i.e. #1 - 26).
I know we haven't done graphing of inequalities, but give them a try.
So sorry to say, but there is no homework this weekend. I'll do my best to make it up to you next week.
Quiz on Wednesday 9/18
You should be prepared to deal with anything from the packet except inequalities and variation. There will definitely be questions that make use of slope, point-slope form, slope-intercept form, and standard form. Also, knowing how slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines relate will be needed.