• # Final Exam Review

Posted by David Rau on 4/22/2018

4/27

Third Period: We covered Q's 2,3,5,12-15,17,25

Fifth Period: We covered Q's 2-5,7,13,14

Sixth Period: We covered Q's 2-4, 7, 9, 15, 19, 20

4/30: Monday

Third Period: We covered Q;s 29,32-35,37,40,42,44

Fifth Period: We covered: Q's 17,37,81,20,27,29,32,33,36,38,40

Sixth Period: We covered Q's: 10,11,13,21,31,70,82,17,18

• # Week 5: 4/16-4/20

Posted by David Rau on 4/15/2018

4/16

Today we talked about graphing sine and cosine with changes to the period

Written Notes

Example Graphs

4/17-4/18

Today we reviewed all our trig material

4/19

Today we reviewed our study guide for our Trig Quiz Tomorrow!!!

• # 4/9-4/13

Posted by David Rau on 4/8/2018

4/9

Today we talked about using the unit circle

Notes

we then completed a worksheet using unit circles

SKIP: 13,14,15,17,24,25,28

4/10

Today we talked about solving for sin or cos given particular relationships using the pythagorean theorem

Notes

1 Khan assignment due Wednesday

4/11

Today we talked about using the pythagorean theorem to solve trig problems

Notes

4/12-4/13

Today we quizzed on the UNIT CIRCLE

Then we learned to graph Sine

The main underlying topics are amplitude and midline

• # Week 3: 4/2-4/6

Posted by David Rau on 4/1/2018

4/2

Today we introduced angles and radians.

Notes

4/3

Today we reviewed special right triangles.

Notes

4/4

Today we reviewed SohCahToa and the Pythagorean Theorem

Notes

4/5-4/6

Today we introduced the unit circle!

Notes

If you were absent this will be VERY confusing, please come in during power hour and it will be simplified a lot! :)

• # Week 2: 3/26-3/30

Posted by David Rau on 3/25/2018

3/26

Today we discussed conclusions from data, and mean median mode.

Notes

1 New Khan Assignment.

3/27

Today we worked on our review in class. The review will be discussed tomorrow

3/28

Study Guide Filled

• # 3/19-3/22

Posted by David Rau on 3/18/2018

3/19

Today we reviewed probability through kahoot activitites.

3/20

Today we talked about mutually exclusive events.

The key is that if something CANNOT happen at the same time, it IS mutually exclusive.

Notes

2 Khan assignments due 3/26

3/21-3/22

Today we did more kahoot reviews and cumulative review.

Make sure all Khan assignments involving probability are completed for a nice start to Q4