Date: October 21 st, 2013 Objective: finish Wednesday’s assignment and today’s assignment Assignment: 2 worksheets Grab a calculator and pull out Wednesday’s.

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Date: October 21 st, 2013 Objective: finish Wednesday’s assignment and today’s assignment Assignment: 2 worksheets Grab a calculator and pull out Wednesday’s assignment. TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

Date: October 22 nd, 2013 Objective: 4.9 graph quadratic inequalities Assignment: workbook 4.9 11-22 If you missed your 9-weeks exam or passed the chapter 4 test and wish to retake an exam you will need to do so either before school or at lunch on Thursday.

You will need to grab a calculator. How do we graph:

You will need to grab a calculator. To graph a quadratic inequality in two variables Step 1, graph the parabola. Find the vertex and 4 other points. Step 2, test a point (x,y) inside the parabola to determine where to shade the solution. Step 3, shade the solution area.

You will need to grab a calculator.

Assignment: workbook 4.9 11-22

Date: October 23 rd, 2013 Objective: 5.2 characteristics of the graphs of polynomial functions Assignment: graphing polynomial equations worksheet Pull out yesterday’s assignment. Grab a calculator. If you missed your 9-weeks exam or passed the chapter 4 test and wish to retake an exam you will need to do so either before school or at lunch on Thursday.

Characteristics of the Graphs of Polynomial Functions a) The graph is continuous. b) The graph has only smooth turns. c) The Number of turns is at most one less then the degree. d) The degree tells you the greatest number of x-intercepts e) If the leading coefficient is: Positive- the graph rises to the right Negative- the graph falls to the right f) If the degree is: Even- the left end has the same behavior as the right end Odd- the left has opposite behavior from the right end

Assignment: graphing polynomial equations worksheet

Date: October 24 th, 2013 Objective: 9.7 solve quadratic systems Assignment: workbook 9.7 3, 4, 7-9, 17 Pull out yesterday’s assignment. Grab a calculator. If you missed your 9-weeks exam or passed the chapter 4 test and wish to retake an exam you will need to do so either before school or at lunch on Thursday.

Assignment: workbook 9.7 3, 4, 7-9, 17

Date: October 28 th, 2013 Objective: 9.7 solve quadratic systems Assignment: cell tower activity Pull out Thursday’s assignment. Grab a calculator and a geometer. TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

Cell tower activity (each unit represents 10 miles) a.Solve the system using the elimination method. b. What does the solution mean? c. Draw a detailed map, labeling each axis, scale, circle, and solution.

Date: October 29 th, 2013 Objective: 9.7 solve quadratic systems Assignment: cell tower activity Pull out yesterday’s assignment. Grab a calculator and a geometer.

Date: October 30 th, 2013 Objective: Objective: 5.5 dividing polynomials Assignment: workbook 5.5 3-10 Grab a calculator.

Using long division, divide 1,237 by 4

Example 3 use synthetic division Divide f(x) = 2x³ - 8x + 5 by x + 3 using synthetic division

Assignment: workbook 5.5 3-10, to be worked on a separate sheet of paper

Date: October 31 st, 2013 Objective: Objective: 5.5 dividing polynomials Assignment: workbook 5.5 13-15, 19-21 Grab a calculator. Pull out yesterday’s assignment.

Assignment: workbook 5.5 13-15, 19-21 to be worked on a separate sheet of paper

Date: November 1 st, 2013 Objective: quiz Assignment: quiz Grab a calculator.

Date: November 4 th, 2013 Objective: section 5.6 find rational zeros Assignment: workbook 5.6 1-10 Grab a calculator. Grab a workbook off the bottom shelf. Don’t tear any pages out. TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

You will need to grab a calculator.

Example 2 find the zeros when the leading coefficient is 1 Step 1 list the possible rational zeros Step 2 test these zeros using synthetic division

You will need to grab a calculator. Tear out pages 87-93 Assignment: workbook 5.6 1-10 to be worked on a separate sheet of paper

Date: November 5 th, 2013 Objective: section 5.7 apply the fundamental theorem of algebra Assignment: workbook 5.7 1-8 Grab a calculator. Pull out yesterday’s homework.

You will need to grab a calculator.

The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra Example 1 find the number of solutions or zeros

Example 2 find the zeros of a polynomial function

You will need to grab a calculator. Assignment: workbook 5.7 1-8 to be worked on a separate sheet of paper

Date: November 6 th, 2013 Objective: section 5.7 apply the fundamental theorem of algebra Assignment: workbook 5.7 9-14, 18-21 Grab a calculator. Pull out yesterday’s homework.

You will need to grab a calculator. Write a polynomial of least degree with a leading coefficient of 1 and the given zeros: a) -1, 2, and 4

You will need to grab a calculator. Assignment: workbook 5.7 9-14, 18-21 to be worked on a separate sheet of paper

Date: November 7 th, 2013 Objective: Test your knowledge about ch. 5. Assignment: quiz Grab a calculator. Pull out yesterday’s homework. On the quiz you may use your notes, homework, and textbook. You may NOT use each other or your teacher.

Date: November 8 th, 2013 Objective: section 5.8 Assignment: workbook 5.8 1-17, 20-26 Grab a calculator. Pull out your notebooks.

You will need to grab a calculator. a. Maximum number of turns is one less than the degree of the polynomial. b. Local maximum c. Local minimum

You will need to grab a calculator. Assignment: workbook 5.8 1-17, 20-26

Date: November 11 th, 2013 Objective: section 5.4 factor perfect cubes and by grouping Assignment: workbook 5.4 1-21 odds Grab a calculator. Pull out your notebooks. TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

What do we know about factoring?

You will need to grab a calculator.

Assignment: workbook 5.4 1-21 odds

Date: November 12 th, 2013 Objective: review for chapter 5 test Assignment: review Grab a calculator.

Date: November 18 th, 2013 Objective: 6.1 evaluate roots Assignment: workbook 6.1 1-25, 32-34 TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

Assignment: workbook 6.1 1-25, 32-34

Date: November 19 th, 2013 Objective: 6.2 apply properties of rational exponents Assignment: workbook 6.2 13-32

Date: November 20 th, 2013 Objective: 6.2 apply properties of rational exponents Assignment: worksheet 6.2

What did we learn yesterday?

Assignment: worksheet 6.2

November 21 st, 2013 Objective: 6.3 composition of functions Assignment: workbook 6.3 1-17 odds

You own your own t-shirt printing company. Every new t-shirt order you print costs you \$5 per shirt and a one time setup fee of \$10. You have decided that you will charge your customers \$12 per shirt and a one time setup fee of \$25. What is your profit if you print 300 shirts for a customer? You decide that rather than charge your customers \$12 per shirt and a one time setup fee of \$25 that you will simply markup the costs you incur by 33%. This means your profit can be modeled by the equation 1.33(x). What is your profit if you make 200 shirts for a customer?

Assignment: workbook 6.3 1-17 odds

November 22 nd, 2013 Objective: 6.3 composition of functions Assignment: workbook 6.3 2-18 evens, 25-29

November 25 th, 2013 Objective: review Assignment: worksheet TAA Schedule 1 st Hour 8:25 – 9:18 TAA 9:23 – 9:38 2 nd Hour 9:43 – 10:36 3 rd Hour 10:41 – 11:34 4 th Hour 11:39 – 12:33

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