• Graphing unit test review filled

    Posted by David Rau on 10/8/2018
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  • 10/1-10/5

    Posted by David Rau on 10/1/2018

    10/1

    Today we found holes and zeros of rational functions and graphed them

    Graphing Rationals

    Pg. 161:22-26

     

    10/2

    Today we graphed logarithms

    2 assignments: 1 khan graphing logs

    pg. 204:51-56

    Identify Domain, range, VA, and graph

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  • 9/24-9/28

    Posted by David Rau on 9/24/2018

    9/24

    Today we graphed square root functions and found their domains and ranges

    Square roots

    CWHW: Pg. 49: 21-24, 26, 55, 56

     

    9/25

    Today we talked about exponential functions and their graphs

    Exponential Graphs

    1 khan assignment Graphing exponentials

     

    9/26

    WEDNESDAY WORKSHEET!

     

    9/27-9/28

    Today we quizzed on graphing more advanced functions and we began to look at rational functions

    Rationals and Asympotes

    Pg. 152: 1,2 (indentify asympotes), 7-12(identify asympotes and choose from graph choices), 29,31 Graph 

     

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  • 9/17-9/21

    Posted by David Rau on 9/16/2018

    9/17 

    Today we reviewed the basic idea of a function and determined the domains and ranges of lines

    Functions and Lines

    4 Khan Assignments Due Tuesday

     

    9/18

    Today we discussed graphing and determining the domains and ranges of absolute value functions

    Absolute Value

    2 Khan assignments due Wednesday

     

    9/19

    Today we graphed piecewise functions

    1 khan assignment and a quiz block Day

     

    9/21

    Today we reviewed graphing quadratics

    3 Khan assignments due monday

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  • 9/10-9/14

    Posted by David Rau on 9/9/2018

    9/10

    Today we talked about composing functions in word problems

    We also got our study guide for our first test this block day!

     

    REVIEW FILLED

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  • 9/4-9/7

    Posted by David Rau on 9/3/2018

    9/4

    Today we discussed complex numbers and solutions involving complex numbers

    Complex Numbers Notes

    Book work: 

    PG. 137: 48,50,66-76 EVEN

    145: 38-40

     

    9/5

    Today we discussed inverse functions

    Notes

     

    Pg. 69:4-8, 10, 14, 79

     

    9/6-9/7

    Today we Quizzed on the week material, and then we learned to expand binomials!

    Expanding Binomials

    1 Khan Expanding Binomials

     

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  • 8/27-8/31

    Posted by David Rau on 8/26/2018

    8/27

    Today we found roots of polynomials using the P over Q list

    p over q notes

    Book Pg. 128: 69-71

     

    8/28

    Today we continued learning how to complete synthetic division using fractional divisors. 

    Rational Roots

    Pg. 128: 42-46

     

    8/29

    Today we continued with synthetic division but introduced the quadratic formula

    Irrational Roots

    Classwork Worksheet!

     

    8/30-8/31

    Today we quizzed on rational and irrational roots. 

    We then talked about imaginary roots, as well as writing polynomials from their roots

    Notes

    NO HOMEWORK Enjoy the break :)

     

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  • 8/20-8/24

    Posted by David Rau on 8/12/2018

    8/20 

    Today we reviewed the complex number system. How to multiply and divide and make use of conjugates. 

    Complex Notes

    2 Khan assignments, Divide complex numbers and Powers of the imaginary unit

     

    8/21

    Today we reviewed logarithms and exponential functions

    Log Notes

    2 khans, e and base 10 extra credit khan

     

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  • 8/13-8/17

    Posted by David Rau on 8/12/2018

    Tuesday:

    Today we began reviewing material from Alg 1&2 that are relevent for PreCalculus. 

    Day 1 Notes

    HW: 2 Khan Assignments

     

    Wednesday: 

    Today we reviewing composition of functions 

    Composition Notes

    HW: Last 9 composition problems of the last page. Ignore the Book work

     

    Block Day

    Today we reviewed factoring as well as polynomial and synthetic division.

    Factoring Notes

    There are 4 Factoring and Division Khan assignments, with 30 minutes in class to complete them. Anything not completed becomes homework due monday

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