Homework

Math 4   June 11

Assignment # 50

Circle and ellipse worksheet
Math 4   June 9 and 10

Assignment # 49

Started ellipse page 527 #2
Trigonometry June9

Assign # 49

  Area formulas for triangles.

Math 4   June 8

Assignment # 48

Circle worksheet ( on the back of the original  circle hand out)
Trigonometry June4

Assign # 48

  Review  for assessment on Monday

Math 4   June 4and7  

Assignment # 47

Circle introduction

Trigonometry June2
Assign # 47

 
  graphing cos graph in the form y = AcosBx

Math 4   June 1 and 2   

Assignment # 46

Circle worksheet (under documents)

Trigonometry June 1
Assign # 46

 
  graphing sine graph in the form y = AsinBx

Math 4   May 26 and 27    

Assignment # 45

complete second side of  the square worksheet.  Answers under documents

Trigonometry May27th
Assign # 45

 
Began graphing sine graph

Math 4   May 26 and 27    

Assignment # 45

Problems 1-12 first side of complete the square worksheet.

Trigonometry May24th
Assign # 44

 
Finish Worksheet on finding exact
value of special angles.
assessment next time
Math 4   May 25 Assessment Reflections for Unit 7 assessment.

Math 4   May 21 and 24   ASSESSMENT 

Trigonometry May21th
Assign # 43

 
Worksheet on finding exact
value of special angles.


Math 4   May 20     ASSESSMENT NEXT CLASS PERIOD
BE PREPARED!
Assignment # 44 continued

  Page 509 # 3
Is included with the review

Trigonometry May19th
Assign # 42

 
Worked on completing the unit circle filling in the (x, y, ) values.


Math 4   May 18 and May 19
Assignment # 44

  Page 509 # 3
We started the review sheet. (look under documents)

Trigonometry May18th
Assign # 41

 
continue worksheet on finding the exact value of angles



Math 4   May 17
Assignment # 43

  Page 488 # 2 organizing
Page 490 Extending # 2
Page 491 Extending # 3
Page 511 #8
As a review you might want to look over again P. 510 #7


Trigonometry May14th
Assign # 40

 
worksheet on finding the exact value of angles



Math 4   May 13th for first period   May 14th for second period.
Assignment # 42

 Continue on the Worksheet
# 19-21, 25-32
Strategies:
1) Pull out common factors.

2) Factor quadratic
3) Take the square root of both sides
4) Use an Identity
5) Substitute an easier variable.


Trigonometry May13th
Assign # 39

 
We did a review of the special triangles and then had assessment # 8



  Math 4   May 12th
Assignment # 41

Worksheet # 1-10
Look mainly to pull out the greatest common factor.


Answers under documents
Trigonometry May11th
Assign # 38

 
30/60/90 Worksheet pages 3 and 4.

For period 1 only. Period 2 look at assignment # 39 Math 4   May 10th
Assignment # 40

Page 485 # 3  Show check
Page 486 Check point and  OYO


Answers under documents

Math 4   May 7th
Assignment # 39

Page 489 Organizing # 5
Page 485 # 1 and # 2
Page 489 Reflecting # 3
I will put answers on the web.
Those of you that were absent Friday. Look and try OYO page 484

Trigonometry May 6th
Assign # 37

 
Worksheet is on line. We did page 1 and 2 and just started 3 and 4.

Trigonometry May 5th
Assessment



Math 4   May 5th for first period   May 6th for second period
Assignment # 38

worksheet # 11-16
Page 489 Organizing # 1 and # 4  Worksheet and answers on web

Trigonometry May 2nd
Assign # 36
Review for assessment # 7 on Wednesday

Math 4   May 3rd
Assignment # 37

Page 483 Problems # 8, 9, 10
answers will be posted under documents.

Math 4    April 30 and May 2nd
Assignment # 36

Page 481 #3   Page 482 #4 Then Page 489 Reflecting # 1
answers will be posted under documents.


Trigonometry April 30
Assign # 35
Simple radical form exercises.

Math 4    April 29
Assignment # 35

Page 480 Think About the Situation
also give the amplitude, period and phase shift of the function given.
Page 481 #1 Think range. What is the range of each trigonometric function?


Trigonometry April 28
Assign # 34
Worksheet is # 33 under documents. This time we found the angle (not the reference angle but the actual angle.

Trigonometry April 27
Assign # 33
Worksheet under documents Given coordinate find ratio

Math 4    April 27 and 28
Assignment # 34

Study past assignments for assessment on Thursday.
Trigonometry April 23
Assign # 32
Assessment and worksheet reviewing trigonometric ratios

Math 4    April 26th
Assignment # 33

Page 472 # b, c, d, f, h
# 5 a and c  There may be a typo in 5c. The correct equation should read:
sin(à+ß) + (
sin(à-ß)= 2sinàcosß

page 473 # 3 and # 4

Trigonometry April 20th
Assign # 31
A review worksheet for up coming assessment.
Know 4 things:
How to sketch an angle.
How to find the reference angle.
How to find coterminal angles.
How to find the sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant or cotangent of an angle.

Math 4    April 22nd and 23rd
Assignment # 32

Worksheet on U7 L2 Inv 3.  Worksheet under documents.

Math 4    April 21st
Assignment # 31

Page 470 problem # 6

Trigonometry April 20th
Assign # 30
Finish up Work sheets on coterminal angles and reference triangles.


Math 4    April 19 and 20
Assignment # 30

Page 467 and 468 OYO and Problems # 1 and 2:
Read carefully
1. Rewrite the value using an identitiy
2. Find common denominators if you need to add or subtract to combine fraction.
3. If a fraction contains a single factor for the denominator, separate or split the fraction.
4. If the fraction is divided by a fraction or a number use the reciprocal of the denominator to change the complex fraction to a single fraction.
5. You can always multiply binomials or use the distributive property like you would with any math.
6. If there are common factors in both the numerator and denominator you can cancel them.


Trigonometry April 19th
Assign # 29
Work sheet on reference angles.



Math 4    April 16
Assignment # 29

Worksheet Do numbers 9-16  Worksheet under documents
Look for:
1. Rewrite the value using an identitiy
2. Find common denominators if you need to add or subtract to combine fraction.
3. If a fraction contains a single factor for the denominator, separate or split the fraction.
4. If the fraction is divided by a fraction or a number use the reciprocal of the denominator to change the complex fraction to a single fraction.
5. You can always multiply binomials or use the distributive property like you would with any math.
6. If there are common factors in both the numerator and denominator you can cancel them.

Trigonometry April 15th
Assign # 28
Work sheet on coterminal angles.

Trigonometry April 14th
Assign # 27

Assessment # 6


Math 4    April 14th and 15
Assignment # 28

Worksheet Do numbers 1-8  Worksheet under documents

Trigonometry April 12th
Assign # 26

Book work on finding the subtended arc or area of a sector with radians

Math 4    April 13th
Assignment # 27

Continue with # 5 a, b, j,k,l
Trigonometry April 9th
Assign # 25

Worksheet; finding the length of the subtended arc given central angle in radians and radius.  Finding area of sector given central angle and radius



Trigonometry April 7th
Assign # 24

Worksheet; finding radian measure given degree measure; finding degree measure given radian measure


Math 4    April 9th  and 12th
Assignment # 26

Page 464 Problems 1 through 5. Do 5 c, d, f and g only.  Be sure you read the paragraph after problem # 2.  Show each step.
Remember to work the sides individually. You cannot work as if the equation is true.                     

Math 4    April 8th
Assignment # 25

Page 464  Start by reading the introduction.  Do problem # 1  Remember that a lot of these are going to use the values x, y, and r.
Trigonometry April 6th
Assign # 23 

Learning about radian measure.

Math 4    April 6th and 7th   Assessment is on Thursday
Assignment # 24

We went over the assignment and also worked with simplifying square roots into simple radical form. We found period, amplitude and phase shift when the value of B was a fraction.
Look for one of these on the assessment.
Today's assignment is a pre assessment but be sure to go over all warm ups. Answers to pre assessment on under documents for assignment # 24

Math 4    April 5th
Assignment # 23

Page 463 # 8 and OYO. Answers are under documents.
Be sure you understand assignment # 22.

Math 4    March 25 AND 26TH
Assignment # 22

LOOK UNDER DOCUMENTS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT. A PRE ASSESSMENT WITH EXAMPLES.

Trigonometry March 23
Assign # 21

From the text we did page 35 # 1,2,3,4 8, 29C, 31 and 33.

Math 4    March 24
Assignment # 21

Graph the following: for the domain x is greater than or equal to - pi and x is less than or equal to 2pi.  Label your important points
1. y = sin (2x + pi /6)           2. y = 2 cos( x -pi/8 )           3. y = 3 sin ( x  + pi /4)        4. y = - cos (2x - pi)

Trigonometry March 23
Assign # 20

Finish work sheet # 19

Trigonometry  March 22
Assign # 19

Angle of elevation and angle of depression worksheet.

Math 4    March 22 and 23
Assignment # 20

Graph the following: for the domain x is greater than or equal to - pi and x is less than or equal to 2pi.  Label your important points
1. y = 4 sin x           2. y = 2 cos 2x             3. y = 2 sin 5 x          4. y = 3 cos 1/2 x

5. y = 2 cos 4 x       6. y = 110 sin 8 x        7. y = -7 sin 6x           8. y = -6 cos x

9. y = 1/2 cos x       10. y = 4 sin x/2


Math 4    March 19
Assignment # 19

A. Using the same chart as we did in class, revise the values to represent y = cos x
B. Graph the cos graph into a smooth single curve. Label all maximumx, minimums and intercepts.
C. Graph y = cos x over the domain -2pi< x<2pi. Label all maximumx, minimums and intercepts.
D. Graph y = 3 cos x. Label all maximumx, minimums and intercepts.
E. Explain how y = cos  x and y = sin x are alike. How are they different?


Trigonometry  March 17th
Assign # 18 continued

Assessment is tomorrow. Finding all sides and angles of right triangles. You will either be given two sides or a side and an angle. Please refer to your assignment # 18. The assessment looks like those problems.

Math 4    March 17th and 18th
Assignment # 18 continued

finding reference angles and values of trigonometric functions.


Please check the web for the assignment.


Math 4    March 16th
Assignment # 18!

The Unit Circle begins!

Assessment Reflections: Due Dates
First period: Wednesday March 17th
Second Period: Tuesday March16th


Page 463 Checkpoint  a and b only
Page 463 OYO a and b only
Page 473 O# 1
Page 474 O#5 a, b, c only
Answers are on the web.


Trigonometry  March 15th
Assign # 18

We are doing a mixed group of problems. Some with missing angles and two sides and some with an angle and a side. There are also problems that you will need to draw and label before you solve.

Math 4    March 11th and 15th
Assignment # 17 still!

The Unit Circle begins!

Assessment Reflections: Due Dates
First period: Wednesday March 17th
Second Period: Tuesday March16th


  The worksheet for assignment 17 was still the focus. We worked on reciprocal functions.


Trigonometry  March 11th
Assign # 17

We have started to use the trigonometric ratios to solve right triangles. We begin with knowing two sides.
Math 4    March 10th
Assignment # 17

The Unit Circle begins!

Assessment Reflections: Due Dates
First period: Wednesday March 17th
Second Period: Tuesday March16th


  Worksheet: The assignment is limited to sine, cosine and tangent. We will go over the other parts later.

Trigonometry  March 10th
Assign # 16

We have started to use the trigonometric ratios to solve right triangles. We begin with knowing two sides.

Trigonometry  March 8th
Assign # 15

This was a frustrating day for some. We were going over ways to find and angle when you know the ratio of a function. We will go over this more tomorrow before the assessment.

Math 4    March 8th for first period March 9th for 2nd.
Assignment # 16
Starting Lesson 2

Page 459 # 1 and 460 # 2 a and b. Answers under documents

Math 4    March 5th
Assignment # 15
Pre Assessment today
First period assessment on Monday
Second period assessment on Tuesday


The assessment is under documents along with the solutions.

Trigonometry March 4th
Assign # 14

Finding the six trig proportions. Assignment under documents.

Trigonometry March 3rd
Assign # 13

Beginning right triangle trigonometry. Assignment #13 under documents.

Math 4    March 3rd and 4th
Assignment # 145
Solving Logarithmic Equations

Unit 7: worksheet #14; answers on the web
Math 4    March 2nd
Assignment # 13
Solving Logarithmic Equations

Unit 7: We did problem # 7 together in class.
The assignment is Organizing # 1 ( not i) and 2 page 452 and 453 and Reflecting #2 on page 453

Trigonometry March 1st
Assign # 12

Today was the assessment for similar triangles

Math 4    February 26TH FOR FIRST PERIOD second period this is March 1st lesson
Assignment # 12
Unit 6 Assessment Reflections due on Monday  March 1st for second period
Tuesday March 2nd for first period


Unit 7: Page 444 Problem # 1 f only; # 5, 6, 7, and 10
OYO on Page 444. SOLVE USING NATURAL LOGS AND COMMON LOGS!!

Math 4    February 25TH
assignment # 11
Unit 6 Assessment Reflections due on Monday  March 1st for second period
Tuesday March 2nd for first period


Unit 7: Page 440- 443 Problems # 2 and 3 Be sure to justify your steps (tell the mathematical reason you can go from one step to the next
# 6-9 and Checkpoint a and b.

TrigonometryFeb 26th
Assign # 11

We solved individual similar triangle problems written on index cards. This time the value of the perimeter was part of some of the problems.


TrigonometryFeb 24th
Assign # 10

More Finding corresponding sides of similar triangles and setting up proportions. Assignment under documents.
TrigonometryFeb 23RD
Assign # 9

Finding corresponding sides of similar triangles and setting up proportions. Assignment under documents.

Math 4    February 23nd for first period  February 24th for second period
Assignment # 10
Unit 6 Assessment Reflections due on Monday  March 1st for second period
Tuesday March 2nd for first period


Unit 7: Page 439 #  6   There are some restrictions on your variable. Look for them.Checkpoint # b and c  Page 440 OYO and Page 451 Modeling #2
All answers are under documents but you must show your steps!!

Math 4    February 22nd
Assignment # 9
Unit 6 Assessment Reflections due on Monday  March 1st for second period
Tuesday March 2nd for first period


Unit 7: Page 437 # 1 a-c  #2 a-c  #3 a, b  #4 all #5 skip d
All answers are under documents but you must show your steps!!

Trigonometry  Feb 11th
Assign # 7
More practice with subtended arcs and areas of sector. Questions under documents

Math 4    February 11th and 12th

Unit 6 assessment
Topics:
Finding the zeros of a polynomial
Operations with complex numbers (a +bi)
Understanding end behavior
Graphing rational functions (this is the emphasis on this assesment)

Trigonometry  Feb 9th
Assign # 6
We completed problems 1-12 from the worksheet labeled Assignment #5 under documents.

Math 4    February 8th and 9th and 10th
Assign #8
Graded review for Unit 6 Assessment
Both versions of the review are under Assignment # 8 in documents

Topics:
Finding the zeros of a polynomial
Operations with complex numbers (a +bi)
Understanding end behavior
Graphing rational functions (this is the emphasis on this assesment)

Trigonometry  Feb 8th
Assign # 5
Continuation of solving proportions that deal with circumference and subtended arcs; areas of circles and areas of sectors. Do problems 9-12 only on the work sheet for assignment # 5. We finished the worksheet on Assignment # 4. On a sheet containing 12 circles we drew out the information given on Assignment # 4 and labeled it on the circle, one circle per problem (similar to what is done in assignment # 5).

Math 4    February 5th
Assign #7
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 2

Page 420 Organ # 2
Page 423  Reflecting #4
Page 424 Extending #2
Hints can be found under documents Assignment #7A
Page 432 Problem # 10, 11
Hints can be found under documents Assignment #7B

Trigonometry  Feb 4th
Assign # 4
We are now solving proportions that deal with circumference and subtended arcs; areas of circles and areas of sectors. 

Math 4    February 3nd  and  February 4th  
Assign #6
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 2

Page 414 Problems # 4 and 5  For these problems explain what information has led you to your equations.  Page 420 Organizing # 5 For these problems, chart them as we did in class on the warm up and then graph. Look under documents for help.

Trigonometry  Feb3rd
Assign # 3
We set up and solved simple proportions. This process must be shown algebraically. The assignment is under documents in the Trig section.

Math 4    February 2nd
Assign #5
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 2

Page 413 Problem # 2i, ii, iii, viii. Please do not follow the directions given but use the chart we have been using in class (see answers under documents). # 3 on page 413

Trigonometry Jan 30
Assign # 2
Vocabulary work  (worksheets are under documents)

Trigonometry  Jan 29th
Assign # 1
vocabulary worksheet (under documents)

Math 4    First period: Jan 29th   Second Period: Feb 1st.
Assign #4
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 2

Steps to graphing rational functions worksheet
Page 412 problem # 1   (worksheet and answers under documents)

Math 4    January 28th
Assign #3
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 1
Assignment is Problem 7 on page 411 and the checkpoint.
Also there is a work sheet.
All can be found under documents.

There is also an update syllabus. There are a few changes.

Math 4    January 26th and 27th
Assign #2
Rational Functions Lesson 3 Inv 1
Today we did problems 3, 4, 5 and 6 a-e.*
Solutions under documents.

Math 4    January 25th
Assign #1
Rational Functions
Please do page 406 Think About this situation
Page 407 problems 1 and 2 a, b, c



Math 4
    January 21 and 22
Assign #47
Assessment # 9
Worksheet under documents for Jan 21st and 22nd

Math 4    January 20th
Assign #46
Class review
Lesson 1 and 2 review
Review sheet on the web under documents
page 432 # 7 and # 8
Page 400 # 2



Math 4    January 15th and 19
Assign #45
Lesson 1 and 2 review
Review sheet on the web under documents
page 432 # 7 and # 8
Page 400 # 2


Math 4    January 14th
Assign #44
Imaginary numbers are in the form of
(a +bi) (a-bi)
Using complex numbers for adding, subtracting and multiplying.
Need to understand what i2 and i4 represent.

Page 392 # 5 then  On your own; check point just a,b,c,e

Page 400 # 5


Math 4    January 12th and 13th
Assign #43
Imaginary numbers are in the form of
(a +bi) (a-bi)
Using complex numbers for adding, subtracting and multiplying.
Need to understand what i2 and i4 represent.

Page 392-3  6 and 7 and 8d
Page 400 # 4


Math 4    January 9th
Assign #42
Imaginary numbers are in the form of
(a +bi) (a-bi)

Page 390 1-4
Page 401 # 6 IN REFLECTING





Math 4    January 7th and 8th
Assign #41
Finding factors and zeros using the rational root theorem and the factor theorem
Pages 388-390
Problems 6, and 7
Checkpoint and OYO

Math 4    January 6th 
Assign #40
Finding factors and zeros using the rational root theorem and the factor theorem
Worksheet handed out in class. Look under documents Assignment # 40

Math 4    January 4th and 5th  Assignments 38 and 39 due Wednesday
Assign # 39

Using synthetic division to divide a polynomial by a binomial
Worksheet handed out in class. Look under documents Assignment # 39


Math 4    December 18th  Assignments 34-37 were due
Assign # 38

Finding zeros:
Put the equation in standard form (equal to zero)
Find the factors whenever possible. This puts the equation into factored form.
Set each factor equal to zero and solve for the variable.
Worksheet handed out in class. Look under documents Assignment # 38
Find all values of x.

Math 4    December 16/17th  Assignments 34-37 due on Friday no exceptions
Assign # 37B

Factoring quadratics Case # 2
Worksheet handed out in class. This was a pair assignment.


Math 4    December 15th
Assign # 37A

Factoring quadratics Case #1
Case #2  Case #3 and Case #4
Actually Case #3 should be done first always
Worksheet under documents # 37 Do the 12 problems on the last page (Putting it all together)



Math 4    December 11th and 14th
Assign # 36B

Identifying and illustrating a polynomial graph using
End Behavior
Local and Absolute maxima and minima
Zero of multiplicity
Worksheet under documents # 36 B Also Check point and OYO on pages 372


Math 4    December 10th
Assign # 36A

Identifying and illustrating a polynomial graph using
End Behavior
Local and Absolute maxima and minima
Zero of multiplicity
Unit 6 Lesson 1 Investigation # 3 Problems # 1-4 Pp. 368-370

Math 4    December 8th and 9th
Assign # 35B

Finding the equation of a curve using control points.
Unit 6 Lesson 1 Investigation # 1 Problems # 1, page 361; Problem # 3  a-d page 363 and problem # 4 a-c page 364.
Please go to the documents to find Assignment # 35B hand out. DO PAGE ONE ONLY!

Math 4    December 7th
Assign # 35A

Starting Unit 6 with review of quadratics
Please go to the documents to find Assignment # 35A hand out.


Math 4    December 3 and 4
Assign # 34 continued

Review day
Finish worksheet handed out yesterday.


Math 4    December 2nd  ASSIGNMENTS 31-33 DUE NEXT TIME
Assign # 34

Assessment on Monday Dec 7th

Logarithm review:
Product property
Quotient property
Power property
Definition of logs
Change of Base property
Solving exponential functions
Warm up was learning the Change of Base Property.
#3 on Organizing page 175 and OYO on page 168
Worksheet (under documents Assign  # 34) # 1, 2, 6, 13, 14, 18, 19-22, 26, 27 a, d, e, 28 c, f and 29 a, b, c.


Math 4    November 30th and Dec 1
Assign # 33B

Solving exponential equations
Assignment after warm up: page 165  # 4a- c Page 166 # 5 (Be sure you understand each step) Page 167 # 7 (follow the steps in number 5), 8

Math 4    November 25th
Assign # 33A

 Proving properties of logs.
Assignment after warm up: page 164-5  # 2 c through j. Be sure all of your reasoning is also presented. # 3a on page 165

Math 4    November 23 and 24th
Assign # 32

 How to use logarithms and exponential functions to find missing values.

 
We went over #8 and the OYO and then did a practice Worksheet.
If you did sheet A then for tonight do sheet B and vice-a-versa.  Look under documents for the worksheet. Also do Problem # 1 on page 164 (reviewing exponential rules) and Reflecting #1 on page 176.

Math 4    November 20
Assign # 31B

 What is a logarithm ? Evaluating the f(f-1 (x)) and the
f-1(f(x)) of an exponential function and its inverse, a logarithmic function.

 

Page 162-3 # 8 and checkpoint and OYO


Math 4    November 18 and 19
Assign # 31A

 What is a logarithm ?

 

Page 160 problem # 1 was the warm up.
For class we did some practice in changing an exponential function to a logarithmic function and vice a versa. Then problems 2,3,4,5,6 on page 160-1 was assigned.

Math 4    November 17
Assign # 30

 Graphing a function and its inverse as reflections over y = x line.
f(f--1(x)) =x and f-1(f(x)) = x

 

Page 148 # 1, skip part e. # 2, 3 and 5. Checkpoint on page 149 a and b only
Page 146-7  OYO. Also M#2 on  page 151  O # 3 on page 152


Math 4    November 13th and 16th
Assign # 29

 Composite functions:
Proving whether or not a two equations are inverses of each other by using composite functions.
f(f--1(x)) =x and f-1(f(x)) = x

 

Worksheet  which included finding composite functions, and inverse functions.
Worksheet: First part do 15, 16, 17
Second part: Do a-d only for 31, 32, 34 Find domain and range of composite.
Third part: Do not graph   Find inverse; is it one to one? state domain and range # 31, 33,34 40 through 44.
Page 146-7 checkpoint and OYO. Also M#1 on  page 150

Math 4    November 12th
Assign # 28

 Composite functions:
Proving whether or not a two equations are inverses of each other by using composite functions.
f(f--1(x)) =x and f-1(f(x)) = x

 
We had a worksheet dealing with composite functions.  There are two separate Assignment # 28 worksheets under documents. The back side of this worksheet was also assigned along with Page 144-45 # 6, 8, and 9.



Math 4    November 9th and 10th
Assign # 27

 Functions: A relation between two elements (x, domain and y, range) when there is exactly one and only one element in the range for each element in the domain.
Necessary vocabulary:
Domain and Range
Function and Relation
Function notation
Inverse of a function
Inverse function
Vertical and horizontal line tests

 
We began with a worksheet (notes). You can find it under documents
Think About This Situation on page 141: Page 142-3 # 1,3,4, and 5



Math 4    November 3rd
Review

 I can write parametric equations for a variety of motions (linear, oblique, horizontal, vertical, projectile, circular.)
I can find the magnitude and resultant of two vectors that have been added.
I can find the maximum height of a projectile and when that occurs.
I can find the horizontal distance a projectile will cover.
I can find the distance between two vectors.
I can find the parametric equations for an oblique vector given a coordinate point.

 

The review sheet  can be found under documents.

 



Math 4    October 30th  and November 2nd
Assignment #25

Using parametric equations to model circular motion
Warm up: was similar to # 1 page 119
Pages 120 to 121 # 2, 3, 4 and checkpoint. PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!!!


Math 4    October 29th
Assignment #24

Using parametric equations to to find the maximum height of a projectile and when the projectile hits the ground.
Warm up: General  parametric equation
How to write for linear( both vertical and horizontal). How to write for a projectile.

Pages 116-118
# 4( skip d), # 5 (skip e)
OYO page 119



Math 4    October 27th and 28th
Assignment #23

Using parametric equations to to find the maximum height of a projectile and when the projectile hits the ground.

Warm up: Discover the effects of gravity
Pge 115 # 1 and # 2 (which we did as a class)
Worksheet


Math 4    October 26th
Assignment #22

Collecting Assignments # 17 -21 next time
Using parametric equations to find vertical, horizontal and oblique linear motion

Page 109 # 2, 4, 5, 6,7
Hint for # 5: If one boat starts out at noon when T = 0 and another starts out an hour later when T =1 then the starting time for the second boat is T-1=0
 



Math 4    October 22nd and 23rd
Assignment #21

Assessment # 5 TODAY
Motion over time

Page 97 checkpoint
Page 98 OYO
Lesson 2 Inv 1: We went over the Think About This Situation page 108 IMPORTANT CONCEPTS HERE

page 109 # 1 (no short cuts)
ASSESSMENT REFLECTIONS DUE MONDAY



 


Math 4    October 21st
Assignment #20

Notebook Check next time
Compare and contrast direction and heading
Distance formula
Warm up #20 Finding the distance between vectors
Page 96 5,6,7 (not e), 8

There will be an assessment on the three questions from Assignment # 18
Page 92, 93 Problems #
2, 4 and 5 on Thursday/Friday.
The questions will be similar; you will be asked to do only one of the three.

Math 4    October 19th and 20th
Assignment #19

Compare and contrast direction and heading
Warm up #19 is a version of page 95 #  3
Page 95 #1 and page 96 # 4
Checkpoint page 94
There will be an assessment on the three questions from Assignment # 18
Page 92, 93 Problems #
2, 4 and 5 on Thursday.
The questions will be similar; you will be asked to do only one of the three.


Math 4    October 16th 
Assignment #18

Using component anaylsis to find the resultant vector when add two vectors together
Warm up #18
On worksheet do problem # 2 page 92. (Get the needed information from problem #1 on page 91).
Complete problems 3, 4 (not c, and d), 5 not part d.
Remember in # 4 the vertical components will need to be subtracted.



Math 4    October 13th  ASSESSMENT ON WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY
Assignment #17

Review day: ASSIGNMENTS 13-16 DUE NEXT TIME

Know for the next assessment
 Vectors: how to write three different ways
Opposite vectors
Component vectors
Scalar multiples of vectors
Sum of vectors; resultant
Heading and magnitude of vectors
Finding the vertical and horizontal components of vectors
Finding the magnitude and heading given the vertical and horizontal component of the vector


Math 4
    October 8th and October 12th
Assignment #16

Given the vector, I can find the vertical and horizontal components.
Given the vertical and horizontal components of a vector I can find the magnitude and the heading.

Worksheet (under documents) Page 90 OYO and page 99 Modeling # 1.
Know for the next assessment
     Vectors: how to write three different ways
Opposite vectors
Scalar multiples of vectors
Sum of vectors
Heading and magnitude of vectors
Finding the vertical and horizontal components of vectors
Finding the magnitude and heading given the vertical and horizontal component of the vector


Math 4    October 7th  
Assignment #15

I can find the resultant of two or more vectors using vertical and horizontal components.

Investigation # 2 page 89 Problems 6-7. Do problems Checkpoint and Organizing #1 page 101


 Math 4    October 5th and 6th   
Assignment #14 

I can find the resultant of two or more vectors

Investigation # 2 page 87 Problems 1-5. Do problems 4 i, ii, viii only. Do problem 5 c only
Reflecting # 1 page 103


Math 4    October 2nd    final part of Assignment # 13
Assignment #13  

**I can accurately draw ( or sketch) a vector.
**I understand what a vector represents and how it is represented.
**I am able to describe the characteristics of equal vectors, opposite vectors and a vector that is a scalar multiple of another vector.

.Today we will cover all of Investigation #1 pp. 80-85.
You will complete problems # 1-5
  and the Checkpoint.
Be sure to read for understanding that information given below the checkpoint on page 85.
You should know how to write a vector and its opposite three different ways.


Math 4   September 30th and October 1st
Assignment #13  
We collected assignments #9-12   We went over the test and how to do an assessment reflection.
Assignment 13 continues with problem # 1 on page 81.



Math 4   September 29th
Assignment #13   Assessement # 3 today.

Think about this situation: page 80  Show the drawing.
Get graph paper and 3 different colored pencils





Math 4   September 25th and 28th

Assignment #12  

Things to know for Tuesday's Assessment
** Finding average rate of change
**Finding instantaneous rate of change
**Page 45 # 3 What does the derivative tell you?
**Page 44 #3 Sketching the derivative.
** Assignment  # 12 worksheet--This is under the documents tab.
ASSESSMENT ON TUESDAY



Math 4   September 24

Assignment #11

  • Given a function I can sketch the derivative of the function  knowing that:
  • if the slope of the graph   positive the derivative graph is above the x axis
  • if the slope is zero the derivative is on the x axis.
  • if the slope of the graph is negative the derivative graph is below the x axis

Work on page 76 # 2. Also look under my links to view the two youtube videos.

Math 4   September 22 and 23

Assignment #10

  • Given a function I can sketch the derivative of the function  knowing that:
  • if the slope of the graph   positive the derivative graph is above the x axis
  • if the slope is zero the derivative is on the x axis.
  • if the slope of the graph is negative the derivative graph is below the x axis

Investigation 5 with matching worksheet. Do the checkpoint and Organizing # 1 and 3 on pages 43 and 44.


Math 4
   September 21

Assignment #9   Assignments # 5-8 due next time
                               Notebook check next time:

  • I can use proper notation for a derivative function
  • I understand that the derivative rule for a quadratic equation is:

           f(x) = a x ^2 +bx +c

          f"x) = 2ax
and for a linear function f'(x)= b

We read page 32 and then did page 33 #1, 2, 3, and 5. (# 1 is just asking which numbers to the group choose to use in finding the slope at the point (4, 16); before, after or on.)
After going over this material # 4 and #6 were assigned.
Out of class work: Page 35 Checkpoint c only; OYO (use the new method learned). and Page 45 Reflection #3

 



Math 4   September 17 and 18th

Assignment #8 

  • The rate of change is related to the slope of a straight line. Any function can appear to be linear if the interval is small enough. However finding the rate of change using slope at a given point will not be exact.
  • Each function model has a unique overall pattern for rate of change.
Warm up
1.OYO page 28 letter c
2. How are parts a and c of OYO different? How are they the same?
3. Graph y = 2^x and use zoom box to zoom in twice at (1,2)
Assigned:
Page 30 # 2 and 3  Check point on page 31
Modeling page 43 # 6   and Reflecting page 46 #5



 Math 4   September 16
Assignment #7 

  • If I know the function model then I can find its overall pattern for rate of change.
  • Given a funtion's symbolic rule, I can predict the average rate of change at any given interval.

  We went over Unit 1 Lesson 2 Investigation 1:
Be sure you are clear on today's goals.
Page 27 Checkpoint  Page 28 OYO letter A only. Be sure to show the set up even if you use your calculator to do the calculations.


Math 4
   September 14 and 15
Assignment #6   Assign # 2-4 Due
  • If I know the function model then I can find its overall pattern for rate of change.
  • Given a funtion's symbolic rule, I can predict the average rate of change at any given interval.

  Unit 1 Lesson 2 Investigation 1:
Everyone, however is responsible for # 1,2, and 3 on page 23. 
Pair for page 24 # 4, 6, 7
Pair for page 25 # 9, 10


Math 4   September 11th

Assignment #5 Goals

  •  To explain what  a function rule shows about rate
  • To be able to find a function rule from the pattern of change.

Complete for  next class: Page 15 Organizing 1 and 2; Page 17 Extending  #1 READ ALL QUESTIONS CAREFULLY!!!!
Notebooks and Assignments 2-4 Due next class.



Math 4
   September 9th and 10th
Assignment #4   Quiz on Friday! Assignments 2-4 due Monday/Tuesday with Notebooks
  • To be able to use a table or a graph to estimate rate of change when y is a function of x.
  • To compare and contrast speed and velocity
  • To compare and contrast average rate of speed and instantaneous rate of speed.
 In Class: Unit 1 Lesson 1 Inv 3 # 1-3

Assignment for next class: Page 11 Checkpoint and OYO
Page 19 Extending 4 a, b, d only




Math 4   September 8th
Assignment #3 Goal
  •  To compare and contrast rate of change in temperature with rate of change in velocity
  • To compare and contrast average rate of change over an interval and instantaneous rate of change

In Class:  Unit 1 Lesson 2 Inv 1 # 1-4 Check pt p.8

Complete for next class: OYO p. 8, M2 page 14



Math 4
   September 3rd and 4th
Assignment #2 Goals
  •  To explain how to esimate velocity over a given interval
  • To compare and contrast velocity and acceleration

In Class:  pp. 3-6  # 1 a-c (worksheet under documents), 2, 3, 4
Checkpoint p.6
Complete for  next class: Oyo p. 6 and Modeling #1 page 12



  • Work with and understand vocabulary
  • Compare and contrast indirect and direct measurements

Worksheet is under documents



Math 4   September 2nd
Assignment #1

 Read syllabus (under documents)
Return signature sheet



Math 4   September 14 and 15
Assignment #6 
  • If I know the function model then I can find its overall pattern for rate of change.
  • Given a funtion's symbolic rule, I can predict the average rate of change at any given interval.

Teams Jigsawed Unit 1 Lesson 2 Investigation 1: Everyone, however is responsible for # 11,12, and 13. 
To Complete by next class: Check point page 27