Enrollment March 21 to 24 (Registration packets available) **Class** of 2020 a-g and Graduation Requirements a History/or lower in Common Core 8) Integrated **Math** ll Grades 9-**11** Integrated **Math** II is the second of three high /**for** Integrated **Math** III Advanced.Integrated **Math** I A-B Advanced Students will be exposed to the content of the standard Integrated **Math** II course (Integrated **Math** II A-B) with the expectation that they will explore that content more deeply, including studying and analyzing **conic** **sections**/

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Requirement Chart Course8th*/9th grade10th grade11th grade12th grade English - 4 units **Math** - 4 units Science- 3 Units Social Studies-1 (WG or/exponential and logarithmic functions behaviors of trigonometric functions behaviors of **conic** **sections**. Probability and Statistics The content of the Probability and Statistics/ to arrive late or leave early. **11** th and 12 th grade students are/B college courses are essential **for** scheduling. College **Classes** If your student will take college **classes** **for** the 1 st time in/

**for** 16 years Presenter at State **Math** Conventions Precalculus Topics Graph Transformations Linear Functions Complex Numbers Exponential Functions Logarithmic Functions Trigonometric Functions Trigonometric Identities Vectors ( a little ) **Conic** **Sections** Polar Equations Limits Intro to Calculus ( juniors only) A Typical **Class** Period Start **Class** /Period 2 8:55-9:45 Precalculus Period 3 9:50-10:40 Precalculus Period 4/5 10:45-**11**:40 Preparation Period Period 611:45-12:10 Lunch Period 7/8 12:15-1:10 New Teacher//

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**for** all n ≥ 9, except possibly **for** n = 10, **11**. QUADRANGULATIONS Quadrangulations with n non-overarching faces exist **for** all n ≥ 9, except possibly **for** n = 10, **11**. Two basic constructions First construction: **For** all integers p ≥ 3 and q ≥ 3 we can construct "picture frames" **for** p-sided "pictures", with q-sided cross-**sections**/**For** suitably parametrized polyhedra ISOMORPHIC => HOMEOMORPHIC Here are a few examples of the application of this result. Examples of connels (= **conical**/ (1990) **for** a **class** of “polyhedral/

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catch up with the rest of the **class** Spanish I, II, and III AVAILABLE /**conic** **sections**, logarithms, functions, and operations with polynomial expressions. Algebra 2 Pre-AP SUPPLIES Pencils 3-Subject Spiral Notebook perforated preferred Folder and/or binder to keep **math** assignments organized Graphing Calculator TI n-spire CX used at school. If you decide to purchase one **for**/ **for** SAT and **for** **11** th grade PSAT (qualifying test **for** National Merit Scholar) Acceptance into Dual Credit REQUIREMENTS **FOR** /

of order 2? 14. Tilings by Convex Pentagons There are 14 known **classes** of convex pentagons that can be used to tile the plane. 14. /each tile touches exactly n other tiles, **for** n=**11**, 13, and 15. Can be this be done **for** other values of n? Finite Sets 16/ same color, so c≤7. 25. **Conic** **Sections** Through Any Five Points of a Curve It is well known that given/ |y|2.001 = 1 ? References V. Klee, Some Unsolved Problems in Plane Geometry, **Math** Mag. 52 (1979) 131-145. H. Croft, K. Falconer, and R. Guy, Unsolved/

15 minutes in length and includes both a 60-minute multiple-choice **section** and a 75-minute free-response **section**. Each **section** accounts **for** half of the student’s AP Exam score. What do I need to do in this **class**? 1.) Do ALL the readings assigned. 2.) Pay attention & take notes in **class** every day. 3.) Complete assignments, activities, tests, and quizzes. Website: http://mrmilewski/

lesson 8), Pitch Analysis, Gear Ratios Wind Energy EnglishMathematicsScienceElective **11** th Road Trip Nation: Field trip interviews Algebra II: Exponential Equations, Turbine Power, KE, Probability (Birds and Bats), **Conic** **Sections** Chemistry: Electrons, Storing Wind Energy (Fuel Cell, /**math** **class** are in different English or science **classes**, they are still being introduced to the renewable energy themes as they apply to that particular course. The same goes **for** having English students that are at different **math**/

they can not relate what they have learnt in Science and **Math** to what they observe in Life and Environment. 4 4. Since Science is basically “Doing things”, simple facilities **for** doing science experiments are a must. It is painfully true that/ ●, a straight line and a half circle **For** higher **classes**, the geometry of DNA, the Master Molecule of Life could be of great interest. **For** secondary school students, **conic** **sections** can be a matter of fun and delight. 8 **Conic** **sections**: a point, a straight line, a circle/

review your materials Enroll in an online course or participate in online training Internet Resources A website **for** TI-83 & Ti-84 Graphing Calculators: http://mathbits.com/MathBits/TISection/Openpage.htm#General A website **for** **math** "notes”: http://purplemath.com/ http://purplemath.com/ A website **for** **Conics**: http://britton.disted.camosun.bc.ca/jbconics.htm http://britton.disted.camosun.bc.ca/jbconics.htm Print your/

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put in to orbit annually. They are approx. **11**,000 miles above the earth. Each one weighs about/**for** N/S as E/W? A Sample Lesson From: Mission Mathematics A NASA/NCTM Project How Does This Fit Into a **Math** **Class**?! Pre Algebra: Latitude and Longitude, Integers Algebra I: Linear Systems, Absolute Value Geometry: Degree Measure, Circles, Spherical Geometry Algebra II: Systems of Circles, 3D Graphing How Does This Fit Into a **Math** **Class**?! Trigonometry: Orbits as Sinusoids, Bearing, College Algebra: **Conic** **Sections**/

**section**. Unit Assessment: SWBAT write an explanation of a recent school or classroom event. Performance Assessment Prompt: Last week, a forest ranger talked with our **class**/ regrouping. One of the most important standards in **Math** **for** 2 nd graders is to be able to add/they are treating you **for** your birthday!! HS Pre-Calculus Unit Goal: SWBAT translate between representations **for** **conics**, including graphical and /15 Marta’s answer: 2 9/18 Noah’s answer: 1 **11**/18 Two of the three answers are correct. A. Whose /

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the various **conic** **sections**. He extended the application of analytical geometry to three dimensions, where he found general forms **for** the equations/**math** did he enrich and expand? Lewinter & WidulskiThe Saga of Mathematics37 Leonhard Euler [1707-1783] The question is what field of **math**/ gh, hi, hj} G has eleven edges, therefore, e = **11**. Vertices a, b, i and j have degree 1, and are/or undirected. Lewinter & WidulskiThe Saga of Mathematics69 §3: Special **Classes** of Graphs Complete graphs K n Cycles C n/

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review of complex **math**) Plane wave/**Class** Meeting Schedule August: 26, 28 September: 2, 4, 9, **11**, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 October: 2, 7, 9, (14th is Fall Break), 16, 21, 23, 28, 30 November: 4, 6, **11**, 13, 18, 20, 25, (27th is Thanksgiving) December: 2, 4, 9, **11** Final exam scheduled **for**/**classes** of operation Pulsed vs. continuous wave (CW) Coherent vs. incoherent Measurement capabilities Detection, Ranging Position (range and direction), Radial velocity (Doppler) Target characteristics (radar cross **section**/ **conically**-/

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– GMm/r p Substitute **for** v p and simplify. After a bunch of **math** we get V A 2 = GM(2/r A – 1/a) (this is a GREAT exercise **for** the stronger **math** students in the **class**!!) What can we do /you are really taking energy away from the orbit when using the Δv, you are changing the type of **conic** **section** the final orbit will be in. If Δv = 2.1 km/s orbit is a circle. Orbit/ Back to our problem…. Mom, we there yet? Not quite… So far we know: Earth Δv = **11**.6 km/s Mars Δv is 5.6 km/s to land 2.1 km/s to circular orbit Now/

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