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- | {{:people:mckenzie:textbook_scan_chapter_1_math_108.pdf|Chapter 1 textbook scan}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:scan_of_textbook_ch_3_part_1.pdf|Chapter 3 textbook scan part 1}} | ||

- | and {{:people:mckenzie:scan_of_textbook_ch_3_part_2.pdf| part 2}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:ch_7_scan.pdf|Ch 7 scan}} | ||

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- | In bold is the date on which the assignment is given. Prepare the work shown and be ready to ask/answer questions the following class day. | ||

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- | WEEK 1 | ||

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- | Read Sec 1.1-1.2; do Comprehension Checks throughout the reading. | ||

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- | 8-) Do on pp. 31-32, Sec 1.1 and 1.2 problems. | ||

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- | Go to [[people:mckenzie:worksheets|Practice worksheets]] and choose the one on radicals and rational exponents. | ||

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- | To help you, view [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRwjEki1Ens|Simplifying radicals with constants only]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1ZyEnps0Js|With variables]] | ||

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- | //Read Sec 1.3 // Finish up Sec 1.1 and 1.2 problems. Do all problems for Sec. 1.3, pp 32-33. | ||

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- | Read Sec 1.4 and view FACTORING VIDEOS: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WipYqupv9wY|Magic factoring (aka factoring by trial and error)]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaCpeoxGa4E|Factoring by grouping (with example using magic factoring)]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXjxF1I9o4E|Factoring sums and differences of cubes]] | ||

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- | WEEK 2 | ||

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- | 8-O Study for quiz on Sections 1.1 to 1.3 | ||

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- | Do all Sec 1.4 problems. | ||

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- | For Sec 1.5, view these videos along with reading the book -- Operations on Rational Expressions: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6XyP2_RfA4|Writing rat'l expressions in lowest terms]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUaIdqhCyTU|Multiplying, dividing rat'l expressions Ex 1]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJaGrODQr1U|Multiplying, dividing rat'l expressions Ex 2]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvJq5kfKpAM|Multiplying, dividing rat'l expressions Ex 3]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZdt73khrxA|Adding, subtracting rat'l expressions, several examples]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3xr5a4cln0|Adding, subtracting rat'l expressions, one more good example]] | ||

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- | Read Sec 1.5; do exercises pp 33-34 #1, 2, 3 a-i | ||

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- | Read Sec 1.6. | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrI36NODgN0|Solving an equation involving two radicals Ex 1]] | ||

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- | and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EOGx68kdwo|Ex 2]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 1.6 p 34 #1 a-m | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGOQYTo9AKY|Completing the square to solve an equation: Ex 1]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKV5ZqYIAMQ|Completing the square to solve an equation: Ex 2]] | ||

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- | After viewing, read Sec 2.2. | ||

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- | Do p 58 completing the square #1 all, #2 all, #3 a-g | ||

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- | Read 2.1; do p 58 polynomial division #1 a-f | ||

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- | WEEK 3 | ||

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- | Quiz 2: Factoring (special products, reverse FOIL, and grouping), simplifying a rational equation (state the restrictions on x at the end), solving a radical equation (don't forget to check your answer), solving a quadratic equation by completing the square. | ||

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- | Read Sec. 3.1 and 3.2. Look esp at the domain examples and comprehension checks. | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/finding-the-domain-of-a-function-algebraically-no-graph/|Algebraically Finding the Domain of a Function]] | ||

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- | Do pp 84-85 #1 a c d f, 4 all, 6 a b, 7, 9 | ||

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- | Read Sec 3.3 and 3.4 | ||

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- | Do p 85 2, 3 b d, 4, 6 a b, 7 | ||

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- | Watch the videos: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy0N-90gCu0|Evaluating piecewise functions]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zy7Uro7iCg|Domain of a composition of functions]] | ||

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- | Read Sec 3.4 and view: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgA6rz0nb6w|Understanding one-to-one functions and inverses]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjG1Z1EnOdc}|One-to-one functions]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ec5YYVxyq44|Finding the inverse of a function]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 3.4 pp 86-87 #1-5. | ||

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- | Extra practice worksheet on finding inverse functions (especially the second set on the page): | ||

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- | [[http://www.kutasoftware.com/FreeWorksheets/Alg2Worksheets/Function%20Inverses.pdf|Inverse functions worksheet]] | ||

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- | Quiz 3 on composition of fcns and their domain, finding the inverse of a fcn, showing a fcn is 1-1, using the definition (I'll leave an example on the board for that one, as I did on the first quiz). | ||

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- | Read Sec 3.3 and view: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKKcIK_PgEk|Even and odd functions]] | ||

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- | Do p 86 Sec 3.3 #1 a b c d, 2 all, 4, 5 a b, 7 | ||

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- | Extra practice worksheets on Odd/Even/Neither: | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:odd_even_or_neither_worksheet.odt|Odd, even or neither worksheet}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:even_odd_practice.pdf|More even, odd, neither practice}} | ||

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- | 8-O Study for Exam 1. It covers Ch 1, Ch 2.1 and 2.2 and Ch 3. | ||

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- | Topics: simplifying, performing operations on exponents and radicals; same for rational expressions; factoring; completing a square with leading coeff NOT equal to 1; solving equations (quadratic, radical, rational); function domain (interval notation); operations on fcns, esp composition and resulting domain; identifying even, odd fcns by evaluating f(-x) and comparing to f(x); showing a fcn is one to one, long division of polynomials, finding inverse of a fcn. | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:practice_worksheet_for_exam_1.pdf|Practice worksheet for Exam 1}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:key_to_practice_worksheet_for_exam_1.pdf|Key to practice worksheet for Exam 1}} | ||

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- | WEEK 4 | ||

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- | Study for Exam 1 | ||

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- | Next Unit: Ch 4, Ch 5 and Ch 6 | ||

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- | Read Sec 4.1 and 4.2. | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gwffMEr8i8|Graphing piecwise functions 1]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDNAVh0VtTc|Graphing piecwise functions 2]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxaYyS6lsQ4|Domain and range of piecewise functions]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 4.1, which is about basic functions, shifted left, right, up or down, stretched or compressed. | ||

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- | Do Sec 4.1 pp 110-111 #1, 4, 6, 7, 8 | ||

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- | View: [[http://patrickjmt.com/horizontal-and-vertical-graph-transformations/|Graphing transformed functions 1]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oQgzup9nx4|Graphing transformed functions 2]] | ||

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- | WEEK 5 | ||

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- | Read Sec 4.2; do pp 111-112 #1a-o, 4, 6, 7, 8. | ||

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- | Study for Tuesday quiz on parent functions and rigid transformations. | ||

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- | Catch up on any Ch 4 problem sets and videos. | ||

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- | Read Sec 5.1: Understanding important features of polynomials in order to graph them. | ||

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- | View IMPORTANT video: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8iUngkQFwg|End behavior, roots and multiplicity of roots to graph a polynomial]] | ||

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- | Do pp 150-151 #1-7 | ||

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- | Do p 151 #8, 9. | ||

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- | Read Sec 5.2. View: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHPTyYbNmx4|Find equation using point-slope form]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rew54K6mYUo|Parallel and perpendicular lines]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcp9pJxaAOk|Midpoint]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watchv=xdO2Q88JvCs}|Distance formulas]] | ||

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- | Quiz 5, {{:people:mckenzie:math_108_quiz_5_revised_polynomial_graphing.pdf|Take-home quiz on polynomial graphing}} | ||

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- | Go back and view [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p2yeuAXSCs|Rational root (zeroes) theorem]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7PPA3p8iBg|Rational root theorem, example]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p2yeuAXSCs|Rational root theorem]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHPTyYbNmx4|Find equation using point-slope form]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rew54K6mYUo|Parallel and perpendicular lines]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcp9pJxaAOk|Midpoint]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watchv=xdO2Q88JvCs}|Distance formulas]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 5.2 pp 151-152 #3-6, 8 a b e, 9, 10, 11 a b, 12 a c, 16-18 | ||

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- | WEEK 6 | ||

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- | MAKE SURE YOU HAVE DONE enough of SEC 5.2 problems to be able to do a multi-part problem on lines as we did today | ||

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- | Read Sec 5.3 (again, about roots of second degree polynomials, i.e., quadratic functions. Solving these is just like what we did in Sec 1.6. Check out 8-) {{:people:mckenzie:quadratic_solutions.pdf|My notes on quadratic equations, formula, and meaning of roots}} | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7NhOb3Rjcc|Using the discriminant to find the number of roots]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGZNaoHGsM8|More using the discriminant]] | ||

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- | Do p 153 #1, 2, 3 | ||

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- | Read Sec 6.1. View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-CydtdDYD8|Graphing a simple rational function]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDE73AJrkNA|Graphing a harder rational function]] | ||

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- | Do p 188 Sec 6.1 #2, 3 | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--vh9zgZZmQ|Slant asymptotes]] | ||

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- | Read Sec 6.2-6.3; do Sec 6.2 pp 188-189, #3 a-d, 5 a b, 6 all | ||

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- | Sec 6.3 p 190, #1 a-e and Sec 6.4 pp 190-191 #1-4. | ||

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- | WEEK 7 | ||

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- | Study for 8-O Exam 2,Chapters 4, 5, 6. | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:math108_fall2017_quiz6.pdf|Graphing rational function practice 'quiz'}} to be desk-checked (not collected) on Monday ! | ||

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- | WEEK 8 | ||

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- | Read Sec 7.1 | ||

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- | :!: Go to [[people:mckenzie:math_108_videos|Videos]] and view 'Solving quadratic and rational inequalities' | ||

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- | Do problems in Sec 7.1 p 215 #1 a-e, f, 2 a-c, e, 3 a-e, 6 | ||

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- | Read Sec 7.2. View: | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-equations-ex-1/|Absolute value equations--Example 1]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-equations-ex-2/|Absolute value equations--Example 2]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-equations-containing-two-absolute-value-expressions-ex-1/|Eqns with two abs values, Example 1]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-equations-containing-two-absolute-value-expressions-ex-2/|Eqns with two abs values, Example 2]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-equations-containing-two-absolute-value-expressions-ex-3/|Eqns with two abs values, Example 3]] | ||

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- | WEEK 9 | ||

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- | Using my notes {{:people:mckenzie:notes_on_abs_value_equations.pdf|Solving absolute value equations}} along with last set of videos: | ||

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- | Do Sec 7.2 p 215 #1, 2, 3, 5 a-h, 7, 8 | ||

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- | Read Sec 7.3 and view the videos in conjunction with the reading. | ||

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- | View [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-linear-absolute-value-equations-and-inequalities/|Overview: Absolute value equations and inequalities]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-inequalities-ex-1/|Abs value inequalities Example 1a]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-inequalities-more-ex-1/|Example 1b]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-inequalities-ex-2/|Example 2a]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-inequalities-more-ex-2/|Example 2b]] | ||

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- | [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-absolute-value-inequalities-ex-3/|Example 3]] | ||

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- | 8-O {{:people:mckenzie:absolute_value_wrap_up.pdf|Absolute Value Wrap up}} 8-O | ||

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- | Heads up: there will be a quiz on Ch 7 and 11 on either Thurs or Fri. | ||

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- | Read Sec 11.1. | ||

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- | View [[http://patrickjmt.com/solving-a-linear-system-of-equations-using-elimination-by-addition/|Solving linear systems by elimination method]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 11.1 #1 a b d, 2 a, 4-6 all parts | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:math108_quiz7_abs_val_and_systems.pdf|Take home quiz}} handed out today, due tomorrow! The one linked here includes a question 3 b, which I deleted in the handout to fit whole quiz on one page. Tonight's reading and videos are topics on the quiz, so you do need to do this 'open book'. | ||

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- | Read Sec 11.2 (to help you with the quiz!) | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oehycq06vo|Solving systems of inequalities]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oehycq06vo|Solving (graphing) systems of inequalities]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 11.2 #2 a d g h | ||

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- | Read 10.1 | ||

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- | Week 10 | ||

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- | Do p 348 Sec 10.1 #1, 2, 3 and first three sections of questions on {{:people:mckenzie:solving_exp_and_log_equations.pdf|Solving exp and log equations}} | ||

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- | Even more practice on first set of questions on p 5 of {{:people:mckenzie:solving_exponential_equations_including_without_using_log_.pdf|Alternate text pdf}} | ||

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- | Read Sec 10.2 | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAW7WRFBKdw|Properties of logarithmic functions]] | ||

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- | Study for short answer quiz based on first three sections of questions on the pdf {{:people:mckenzie:solving_exp_and_log_equations.pdf|Solving exp and log equations}} up through Exercise 6. | ||

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- | See this page for {{:people:mckenzie:solutions_to_solving_exp_and_log_equations.pdf|Solutions to "Solving exp and log equations"}} | ||

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- | Do Sec 10.2 #1, 2, 3 a-g, 4, 7, 9, 10, 11 | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6f6dANVyxA|3 examples of solving exponential equations]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59j0ALU3N7k|Example solving logarithmic equations]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qILCTT6wPt4|Another example solving logarithmic equations]] | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:exponential_equations_not_requiring_logarithms.pdf|Exponential problems not requiring logarithms}} | ||

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- | Continue with problems Sec 10.2 #18, 19 a 20 b 21 a b 22, 23 | ||

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- | Finish the Sec 10.2 problems (we're caught up now). | ||

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- | Read Sec 2.4 and view videos on sigma notation, which I will post soon. Also read my summary of stigma notation and finding finite sums of a number sequence | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:sigma_notation_sec_2.1_notes.pdf|Sigma notation notes}} | ||

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- | View the following, noting that the lecturer is using 'k' for the index rather than 'i' (both are common letters for this process): | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlLTryrpjOU|Sum (sigma) notation]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDQqHMHbpvQ|Sigma (summation) formula properties]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bZbfW5Zr9s|Example of changing upper and lower bounds of a sum]] | ||

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- | Here's a nice: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2aK5JcrHh0|Summary of sigma notation]] | ||

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- | Again, here are my notes on [[https://www2.math.binghamton.edu/lib/exe/fetch.php/people/mckenzie/sigma_notation_sec_2.1_notes.pdf|Sigma Notation]] | ||

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- | Do p 60 #4 a b e k j l #3 a b c Solutions are already posted on HW Solutions page for this section. | ||

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- | Study for Exam 3. Ch 7, 10, 11, and Sec 2.4 8-O | ||

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- | Week 11 | ||

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- | Begin Trigonometry Unit. Read 8.1 and 8.2 CAREFULLY. | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aci0c0dtzGg|Converting degrees to radians]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeI8EOZVwf0|Basic sine and cosine functions]] | ||

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- | Weeks 12-16 Trigonometry Unit (HW over the Spring Break) | ||

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- | Using the video and examples in the book, do Sec 8.1 p 282 #1-6 | ||

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- | View AGAIN as needed [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeI8EOZVwf0|Basic sine and cosine functions]] | ||

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- | Do worksheets Trig worksheets: | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:angles_and_angle_measure.pdf|Angle measure}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:coterminal_angles_and_reference_angles.pdf|Coterminal and reference angles}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:arc_length_and_sector_area.pdf|Arc length and sector area}} | ||

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- | Here are videos to help: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgGFQXnuszk|Finding a reference angle]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIMMX55C9iU|Finding quadrant an angle lies in]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3muPgXYC4AM|Finding arc length]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQFa2CJj_No|Finding area of sector]] | ||

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- | **Circle art assignment ** | ||

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- | * On //unlined// paper (copy paper is good), draw a //nice// circle (use a jar lid or compass, a straight edge for the rays). It should be no less than 6 inches. | ||

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- | * //Neatly// mark off with a //straight edge// and label //accurately// the angles of 0, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, 135, 150, 180, 210, 225, 240, 270, 300, 315, 330, 360. | ||

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- | * Next to each degree mark, write the pi radian equivalent, as discussed in class today. | ||

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- | * Use different colors to mark off the different fractions of pi. Some colors might overlap. Don't stress on that! Just make the thirds different than the fourths and the sixths. | ||

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- | The rest of the project will be explained on Thursday in class: | ||

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- | * In a corner, draw thumbnails of the five triangles. (Two of them look like line segments, the 0 and 90 degree base angle ones.) Label the sides with the appropriate 1,sq rt 3, sq rt 2. | ||

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- | * Next to that, fill in a small table of trig angles and sine, cosine and tangent ratios in quadrant I. | ||

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- | Especially important tonight, please view: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I7Jp62sGXM|Trick to remember basic trig table]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-vo8tSoFjI|Sign of trig functions in quadrants I, II, III, and IV]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 8.2 p 283 #1-10 and Sec 8.3 p 284 #1-5 | ||

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- | Do worksheet {{:people:mckenzie:exact_trig_values_of_special_angles.pdf|Trig ratios of special angles}}, handed out on Friday. | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GgO7Q_kg8Q|Deriving values of the unit circle]] | ||

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- | Then do make your own Unit Circle, either on the back of your circle art or on another sheet. The radius is 1 unit, so the (x, y) coordinates become (cos theta, sin theta). Fill in the points on the circle (as begun in class). | ||

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- | Especially important this weekend, view [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6XJCozpxJs|Finding coordinates of the point on the unit circle where the terminal side of angle theta intersects the circle]]. | ||

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- | Read Sec 8.4 Do pp 284-285 #1-9. | ||

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- | Week 13 | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQOKUIrcuRs|UNWINDING THE UNIT CIRCLE TO GRAPH TRIG FUNCTIONS]] | ||

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- | Read //thoroughly// Sec 8.5. | ||

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- | Memorize {{:people:mckenzie:final_trigonometric_function_graphs.pdf|Basic graphs of trigonometric functions}} | ||

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- | Know domains and ranges of sine, cosine and tangent functions. Be able to sketch these accurately. | ||

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- | do Sec 8.5 p 285 #2 a b d #3 a b #4 a b c | ||

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- | Have you viewed [[http://www.mathguide.com/lessons2/GraphingTrig.html|Graphing sine and cosine functions]] yet? Do so again before reading {{:people:mckenzie:trigonometric_graphs.pdf|Graphing sine and cosine graphs and their transformations}} | ||

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- | Then view the series of videos by Patrick on graphing trigonometric transformations: | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjSgkoaL_5A|Transformations of trig graphs 1]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80c_F0-7ZxE|Transformations of trig graphs 2]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzZyyIu9IvA|Transformations of trig graphs 3]] | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijTIr-aykUk|Transformations of trig graphs 4]] | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:trigonometry_quiz_2.pdf|Take-home, trig quiz 2}}. | ||

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- | You may use your unit circles and notes, but not another person. | ||

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- | Read Sec 8.6. | ||

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- | As done in class today, practice drawing small graphs of the following. | ||

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- | y = sin x on the closed interval [-pi/2, pi/2] | ||

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- | y = cos x on the closed interval [0, pi] | ||

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- | y = tan x on the closed interval [-pi/2, pi/2] | ||

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- | You've drawn each fcn restricted to the portion of the domain where its inverse is defined, where the function is one-to-one. To the left of each graph, draw its inverse. Notice the x-axis is now the ratio and the y-axis is the angle. | ||

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- | View [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBBUMHe900U|Evaluating trig inverses]] | ||

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- | Do Sec 8.6 p 286 #1-6. | ||

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- | Week 14 | ||

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- | More practice on {{:people:mckenzie:inverse_trig_functions_worksheet.pdf|Worksheet on evaluating inverse trig fcns}} Only do #1-30 | ||

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- | Finish up inverse functions. | ||

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- | Read 8.7 and view [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE8q4WRubC4|Proving a trig identity Example 1]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QmzqwQSt8A|Proving a trig identity Example 2]] | ||

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- | Do p 288 #3 and //pages 1 and 2// of worksheet {{:people:mckenzie:basic_8_identities_worksheet_pp_1-2.pdf|Basic trig identities}} | ||

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- | Read Sec 8.8. See two video discussions. | ||

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- | [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhvvkCa_60w|Angle sum and difference]] | ||

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- | Do worksheet {{:people:mckenzie:double_half_angle_identities.pdf|Double and half-angle identities}} | ||

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- | Week 15 | ||

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- | Be sure to do the take-home quizzes for desk checks. | ||

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- | Print these for tomorrow: | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:nutley_high_school_solving_trig_equations_worksheet.pdf|Solving trig equations}} | ||

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- | {{:people:mckenzie:nutley_high_school_solutions_to_solving_trig_equations_worksheet.pdf|Solutions! to trig equations}} | ||

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- | Have questions prepared for any and all of the worksheets for me to go over tomorrow (Tuesday). | ||

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- | :!: Exam 4 is on Thursday. | ||

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