• 3/5-3/9

    Posted by David Rau on 3/4/2018

    3/5

    Today we talked about ellipses 

    you have 2 khan academies

     

    3/6

    Today we continued on ellipses, and finding the location of the foci.

    Notes

    3 Khan's on Ellipses and Foci

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  • Week 9: 2/26-3/2

    Posted by David Rau on 2/25/2018

    2/26

    Today we reviewed our study guide

    FILLED

     

    3/1 CONICS!

    Today we began our new topic: Conics. 

    We talked about circles in their standard form

    there are 4 Khan Assignments. Get them all done before Friday!

     

    3/2

    Today we talked about findingkey information of, and graphing, circles. 

    Notes

    There are 2 Khan assignments due monday on expanded circles

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  • Week 8: 2/19-2/23

    Posted by David Rau on 2/18/2018

    2/20

    Today we talked about half angle formulas

    Pg. 394: 37abc,48

     

    2/21

    Today we introduced parametric equations

    Pg. 704-705: 1-4, 14,16-18

     

    2/22-2/23

    today we talked about

    parametric curves with exponentials and logarithms

    Pg. 704: 5,6,25

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  • 2/12-2/16

    Posted by David Rau on 2/11/2018

    2/12

    Today we introduced the

    sum and difference formulas

     CW for 2/12-2/13: Pg 384: 1,9,18,23,25,35,42

     

    2/13

    Today we continued to talk about the sum and difference formulas

    Notes

    CW for 2/12-2/13: Pg 384: 1,9,18,23,25,35,42

     

    2/14

    Today we talked about double or multiple angle formulas.

    Notes

    CW: 394: 1,4,7,13

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  • Week 6: 2/5-2/9

    Posted by David Rau on 2/4/2018

    Today we got our study guide on verifying trig. 

    Here it is filled

    your quiz is TOMORROW 2/6/18

     

    2/6 Today we quizzed on verifying:

     

    2/7

    Today we talked about solving trig equations

    Notes

    HW: 376: 25-29

     

    2/8-2/9

    Today we continued solving trig equations with quadratic forms.

    Notes: 

    HW: 376: 32,49,50, 61,63,65,67

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  • Week 5: 1/29-2/2

    Posted by David Rau on 1/28/2018

    1/29

    Today we began our Veryfing Unit

    Notes

    THIS UNIT IS DIFFICULT

    At times it may seem easy, don't miss out on the key ideas though, they'll sneak away from you if you let them. 

     

    1/30 

    Verifying Trig Day 2

    Today we continued in verifying: notes

    you have 2 book problems to complete: 400: 27,34. 

    Remember the goal is to turn the left hand side into the right hand side

     

    1/31

    Verifying Trig Day 3 

    Verifying day 3

    The work to complete by tomorrow is on the first slide

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  • Week 4: 1/22-1/26

    Posted by David Rau on 1/21/2018

    Today we talked about graphing polar points

    Classwork: Pg. 711: 6-12EVEN Graph only

    12,14,32,34 Convert only

     

    STUDY GUIDE

     

    Filled Study Guide

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  • Week 3: 1/16-1/19

    Posted by David Rau on 1/14/2018

    1/16

    Today we graphed Sine Functions

    Notes

    HW: 3 Problems at then end of notes

     

    1/17

    Today we graphed cosine functions

    Classwork was 1-4 in the packet

     

    1/18-19

    Today we graphed other trig functions

    Our classwork was Pg. 316: 6,9,25, Pg. 329: 67,71

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  • Week 2: 1/8-1/12

    Posted by David Rau on 1/7/2018

    1/8

    Today we focused on finding tangent values using the unit circle

    CW: 274: 32,34-36

     

    1/9

    Today we quizzed on the unit circle from memory, and practiced understanding how to use the unit circle

     

    1/10

    Today we learned to calculate trig at any angle, given specified quadrants. 

    Notes

    CW: Pg. 295: 65,66,67,70

     

    1/11-1/12

    Today we discussed inverse trig with radians.

    Notes: 

     

    HW: p.327 #3-9odd, 41,43,45,47-49

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  • Week 1: 1/3-1/5

    Posted by David Rau on 1/2/2018

    1/3 Radian Introduction

    Notes

    Today we introduced radians: converting from degrees to radians, finding coterminal angles, and complementary and supplementary angles in radians. 

    There was book work: Pg: 265-266: 3,8,9,13,15,16,40,41,43,44

    Due Thursday the 4th. 

     

    1/4-1/5 Physics with Radians

    Today we discussed arc length in radians, as well as finding linear and angular speeds of objects. 

    There was also a classwork assignment due at the end of the period

    CW: Pg. 267-268: 81,83,96,97

    There will be a Quiz on the Unit Circle On Tuesday 1/9/18

    Unit Circle Help

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