Monthly Archives: June 2013

6/28 Homework Assignments

HW#32 P. 410 1-29 Col1 HW#33 p. 414 WE 7-27 Col1 p. 415 1-7 ODD HW#34 P. 419 1-19ODD MR 2-5 HW#35 p. 581: 1-12 p. 99: 4 p.150: 21-25 p. 162 MR3-5 HW #36 Newsletter #2 (get it signed … Continue reading

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6/27 Homework Assignments

HW#30 P. 304: 11,14,16,19 P.179: 5-8,15,27,31 P.213: 50 P.353: 51 P.362 WE 5 HW#31 P.98 We 2 P. 66 WE 1,5 P. 233 WE 1,11,21 Don’t forget: Spirit Day: School Spirit!

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6/26 Homework Assignments

HW #27 P.293 WE 1,9,13,15 HW #28 P. 362 1,5,8 HW #29 P.66 1,3,5 P.98 EE 1-4 WE 3

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6/25 Lesson Overview

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Parabolas: 4 different situations for the coefficient a a>1, 0<a<1, 0>a>-1, and -1>a.  These tell you how wide or narrow the parabola is, and whether it opens in a positive or a negative direction. Two general forms for a parabola, where … Continue reading

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6/25 Homework Assignments

HW #24 P. 276 EE 9,12,15,18 WE 15, 17 HW #25 P. 290 EE 1-4 WE 13,17,23 HW #26 P. 293 EE 1-8, WE 3, 5, 7, 11 Also, don’t forget to consolidate everything we’ve learned about conic sections onto … Continue reading

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6/24 Lesson Overview

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Circles: General equation is (x-h)^2+(y-k)^2=r^2, where (h, k) are the coordinates of the center, and r is the radius.  Keep track of the negatives!  For (x+4)^2, that means that h=-4, because x+4 is actually x-(-4).  Sometimes the equation you have … Continue reading

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6/24 Homework Assignments

HW#20 Newsletter 1 (get it signed) HW #21 P. 279-280 EE 7,15 WE 1,7,13,19 HW #22 P. 284-285 EE 1,5,7,9,15 WE 1,7,13,19,23 HW #23 P. 352 WE 17,50

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6/21 Homework Assignments

HW#17: Examples Of Mathematical Practices Identify real-life experiences of your own that relate to each of the eight mathematical practices. 1. Make sense of problems and persevere and solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3. Construct viable arguments and … Continue reading

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6/20 Lesson Overview

Rational expressions: Factor everything and cancel what you can. Be careful not to cancel over addition. For division, just turn it into a multiplication problem. For adding and subtracting make sure you have common denominators. If one denominator doesn’t have … Continue reading

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6/20 Homework Assignments

HW#13 p. 344-345: WE 3-15,22-24 HW#14 p. 348: 19-27 ODD, 37,38 p.352: 11,11,29,31,39 HW#15 p.178: 23-36 Col1 45-48 HW#16 p. 218: 1,3,5 p. 222: 13,15 p.224: 5,15

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