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Welcome! Math 055 – CE Intermediate Algebra Ms. Starbuck Find your ASSIGNED seat

Course Requirements Syllabus Student Handbook CCD Requirements College Level Expectations

Group Expectations Using your group’s identity, list the qualities of that ID that will help you function as a group. What qualities does your identity have that will help you be an effective MATH group? An effective college student?

HW and Binder Due Dates HW #1 – Chap. 2 Solving - Due Tuesday Binder Check – Tuesday September 2 – Syllabus – Sections for; HW, CW, TQA, Notes

How to set up your assignment heading All assignments should be completed on college-ruled notebook paper or graph paper, using pencil or BLUE or BLACK ink only. POW’s and Projects should be typed, single spaced, using a 12-font size OR written in blue or black ink on college-ruled notebook paper. When completing any homework, classwork or project assignment, the following heading information should be on your paper: Your First and Last Name Date (August 26, 2014; mo/day/yr) Class/Period Assignment Title (Page #, Problem #’s) No Heading = No Grade

The daily Course objective The daily learning objective and assignments should be written in the CLASSWORK section of your 3-ring binder at the beginning of class every day. You will see the daily objective for your class on the daily Power Point.

Let’s GO! Copy the objective: Students will use graphing and equations to solve problems. CW: Scatterplots, slope/intercept and point/slope

MAT 055 You need: Ad \$ vs. Profit \$ WSHT Copy the class objective in the CW section of your binder: Students will solve equations using algebraic methods and check their answers HW #2: Practice 2.6 – Due TUESDAY

So…..You think you can solve? Class Objective Students will solve equations using algebraic methods and check their answers Solve the equation, explaining each step: 4(x – 9) + 8 = -13x + 24 – 9x HWSheet #1 – Chapter 2.1 Solving – Due FRIDAY

Tuesday September 2 - All Classes HW Due: WSHT Solving Chapter 2 Books Binder Check TODAY Your course binder should have dividers for : CLASSWORK, HOMEWORK, NOTES, TESTS-QUIZ-ASSESSMENT  Page 1 – Course Syllabus  All Classwork and Objectives to date in CW Section

MAT 055 HW DUE: HW Sheet #1 Common Core State Standards Copy the Class Objective in the CW section of your binder: Students will create tables, graphs and solve Absolute Value equations. (F-IF) CW, HW – WSHT 2.6 – Due FRIDAY

MAT 055 Complete the table for the function: f(x) = |x-5|+2 Graph the function on graph paper Find ‘x’ when f(x) = 8 using your graph and solving x-5-30135 y

MAT 055 HW Due: WSHT Solving Chapter 2 Quiz #1 f(x) = |x – 5|+2 – Table and Graph and Solve f(x) = |x-5|+

MAT-055 f(x) = |x – 5|+2 – Table and Graph and Solve HWSheet: 2.6, Scatterplots and Prediction Equations – Q. #1 – Find the age of a person needing 2000 calories Objective: Students will create tables, graphs and solve Absolute Value equations. (F-IF) Absolute Value Functions – Graphing and Solving HW: QUIZ WSHT 8.5 – Due Wednesday

Chapter 2.6! Solve each inequality showing all work and checking your answer. Graph each solution on a number line: 1.-.25x < 2.25 2.2/3x – 8 > 16 3.8(2x – 6) > 7x – 3 4.22 – x < 4x – 13 + 2x HW: 2.6, Scatterplots and Prediction Equations QUIZ WSHT 8.5 – Due Wednesday

MAT-055 Sections 2.4, 2.5 Solving Inequalities Graphing Inequalities Interval Notation Copy the Class Objective: Students will SOLVE inequalities and compound inequalities, GRAPH their solutions on the number line and write the solutions using SET and INTERVAL notation. HW: 2.4 - Pg. 85/#2-56 EVENS 0nly 2.5- Pg. 94/#2-50 EVENS Only

MAT-055 HW DUE: 2.4 - Pg. 85/#2-56 EVENS 0nly 2.5- Pg. 94/#2-50 EVENS Only Copy the Class Objective: Students will write and solve equations in POINT/SLOPE and SLOPE/INTERCEPT forms and use the equations to solve problems (A-SSE) CW: Finish Partner Task – ‘Penny’s Quarters’ – Each INDIVIDUAL completes the task in the CW section of the binder, each group turns in ONE paper, due at the end of class.

MAT-055 HW Due : Chp. 2.4 - Pg. 85/#2-56 EVENS 0nly; Chp. 2.5- Pg. 94/#2-50 EVENS Only Notes – Set Notation, Interval Notation { }, [ ], ( ) CW: Complete Pg. 87/ #81-90 with Your group HW: Pg. 88/ #99-111; Pg. 100/ #2-68 Evens Due Wednesday

MAT 055  CW: Complete Pg. 87/ #81-90 with your group Absolute Value Equations  Solving 2 CASES  |x| is ALWAYS Positive Ex: Solve…… |x – 8| + 15 = 3 False Solutions HW: Pg. 88/ #99-111; Pg. 100/ #2-68 Evens Due Wednesday

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. 88/ #99-111; Pg. 100/ #2-68 Evens Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will analyze and evaluate statistical graphs and calculate values from the graphs. Complete Pg. 101/ #69-72 with your group Chp. 2.7 Test Corrections/POW Write Up HW: Pg. 105/#1-24 Interval Notation Quiz FRIDAY

MAT-055 QUIZ Today HW DUE: Pg. 105/#1-24; 30-64 EVENS Tuesday – Modified half-day schedule – Check lists in main hall for your location Test Corrections on Quiz #1 Due FRIDAY-9/26

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 105/#1-24; 30-64 EVENS Tuesday – Modified half-day schedule – Check lists in main hall for your location CW: Pg. 112/#24-32 – Be ready to present your problem at 8:00 CW: Pg. 112/#55 HW: Pg.112/#33-42; 47-54;56-63 Due FRIDAY

MAT-055 Copy the class objective in the CW section of your binder: Students will WRITE and SOLVE PIECE-WISE Functions from situations HW DUE: Pg.112/#33-42; 47-54;56-63 HW: Pg. 115/#2-50 EVENS Due Wednesday Chapter 2 Test Wednesday Progress Reports – Parent Signatures Progress Reports – Parent Signatures CW: Pg. 112/#55 Graphs, Tables, Equations CW: Pg. 113 Chapter 2 TEST/#1-15

MAT – 055 CW: Pg. 114 Chapter 2 TEST/#16-23 HW Review – Solving Absolute Value Inequalities Cartesian Plane Linear Equations – 3 forms Situations to Equations to Functions – Function Notation Domain and Range HW: Pg. 114/#2-50 EVENS Due Wednesday Chapter 2 Test Wednesday

MAT - 055 Chapter 2 TEST Today HW: Pg. 126/#1-26 Due FRIDAY Function Validation  Pg. 139/#1-40 Evaluating Functions  Pg. 141/#41-63

MAT-055 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW section of your binder: Students will ANALYZE, LOCATE and DESCRIBE solutions from graphs of situations CW: Pg. 127/#77-96 HW: Pg. 126/#27-75 – Due MONDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 126/#27-75 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will CLASSIFY equations as FUNCTIONS and determine the DOMAIN and RANGE for functions. NotesNotes HW: Pg. 139/#1-40 Due FRIDAY

Graph the functions….. Determine the DOMAIN and the RANGE for each function. HW: Pg. 139/#1-40 Due FRIDAY

MAT 055 HW: Pg. 139/#1-40 Due FRIDAY Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will EVALUATE and SOLVE functions using GRAPHS and ALGEBRAIC methods. NotesNotes Copy the FUNCTION in your binder under your objective:

Using your function: Graph the function on your calculator How can you tell it is a function? Find the DOMAIN and RANGE for the function Find : a. f(-6)b.f(13) Find: a.‘x’ when f(x) = 20b.‘x’ when f(x) = 0 HW: Pg. 139/#1-40 Due FRIDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 139/#1-40 HW: Pg. 141/#41-68 Due TUESDAY FINISH: Group Function Task – Using the graphs to find the following: – Determine if each graph is a FUNCTION and explain how you know. – Complete a table for each function showing 10 points, including the x-intercept(s) and the y-intercept(s): – Find the DOMAIN and RANGE for each function, and write in INTERVAL notation – Find f(-4.5) and f(4.5) – Find ‘x’ when f(x) = -5; Find ‘x’ when f(x) = 5

MAT 055 HW: Pg. 141/#41-68 Due TUESDAY TEXTBOOKS CW: Pg. 142/#73-85

MAT 055 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will evaluate and solve equations using algebraic methods. CW: Pg. 142/#87-96 HW: Pg. 143/#97-122 due FRIDAY

EXIT HW: Pg. 143/#97-122 due FRIDAY Using the equations from Q. 87-96, find the following: What year will the diamond production be worth \$19.74 billion? What is the diameter of a circle that has an area of 551.546 in 2 ? What is the length of the TIBIA of a woman whose height measures 151 cm?

MAT 055 Find your NEW ASSIGNED SEAT Group Linear Task – Using your situation, complete the following: – Define the DOMAIN you will use in your function using INTERVAL NOTATION – Complete a TABLE using your DOMAIN – Define the RANGE you get from your function using INTERVAL NOTATION – Graph your function on graph paper – Answer TEACHER questions. – HW: Pg. 143/#97-122 due FRIDAY – HW: Pg. 149/2-50 EVENS

MAT 055 – POP Quiz HW: Pg. 149/2-50 EVENS Due FRIDAY Write an equation for the situation and answer the following questions: A landscaper charges a \$100 transportation fee plus \$38 per hour for services. 1. How much will the landscaper earn for 9.25 hours of work? 2.How many hours will the landscaper work to earn \$1145? 3.Given the function f(x) = 4(x – 8) 2 – 6, find the following: a.State the DOMAIN and the RANGE for the function in INTERVAL NOTATION b.f(-5)c. ‘x’ when f(x) = 58 (2 answers!)

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 149/2-50 EVENS Linear Match Up – Find the partners that match your TABLE, GRAPH, EQUATION and SITUATION and PROVE you all match! – Write your set and proof on a sheet of paper, with all names CW: Pg. 150/#73-80 NOTES – Linear Equation – 3 Forms NOTES – Linear Equation – 3 Forms HW: Pg. 161/#1-40 Due FRIDAY

MAT - 055 HW: Pg. 161/#1-40 Due FRIDAY Find an equation for the graphs:

MAT-055 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will REVIEW and CRITIQUE work and solutions from other students. What does a GOOD answer LOOK like? CW: Pg. 164/#89-92 Linear f(x) Partner Critique – Look at the answer given on the group’s paper on your desk. Is it a good solution and explanation? Explain what the solution or explanations need to be a good response  HW: Pg. 162/#61-84 Due WEDNESDAY

MAT - 055 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will COMPARE and CONTRAST Perpendicular and Parallel Lines PARALLEL vs. PERPENDICULAR Lines – Write the function: f(x) = -3x + 5 HW: Pg. 162/#61-84 Due WEDNESDAY

Find a PARALLEL equation and a PERPENDICULAR equation for each function: f(x) = 5x - 4 f(x) = -8x +3

MAT - 055 HW DUE: Pg. 162/#61-84 CW: Partner Linear Function – Using your table, find the following: – Slope of the table – Equation in POINT/SLOPE, SLOPE INTERCEPT and STANDARD forms – Equation PARALLEL to your equation, going through the point (2, 3) – Equation PERPENDICULAR to your equation, going through the point (-5, -7) – Graph of ALL three equations HW: Pg. 172/#2-52 EVENS – ALL Graphs on GRAPH PAPER Due TUESDAY

MAT-055 HW: Pg. 172/#2-52 EVENS – ALL Graphs on GRAPH PAPER Due TUESDAY CMAS Testing Tomorrow and Thursday – Look for room assignments – Start time – 7:45 (Thursday too!) Using the equation 6x + 2y = 5, find the following: 1.Equation PARALLEL to the line going through the point (-8, -3) 2.Equation PERPENDICULAR to the line going through the point (12, 5) 3.Equation for a VERTICAL Line going through the point (-6, 3) 4.Equation for a HORIZONTAL Line going through the point (7, -2) HW: Pg. 174/#80-90 Due FRIDAY

MAT - 055 HW DUE: Pg. 174/#80-90 NO SCHOOL – Monday or Tuesday Group Tasks Pg. 174/#75-79 – complete your group’s task and be ready to present at 8:00 HW: Pg. 187/#1-20 Due WEDNESDAY Quiz Wednesday

MAT-055 Quiz TODAY HW: Pg. 187/#1-20 Due Friday Shading Inequalities

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 187/#1-20 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will graph PIECE-WISE functions using defined DOMAINS. HW: Pg. 182/#1-7 Due TUESDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 182/#1-7 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder and copy the equations: Students will solve SYSTEMS of LINEAR EQUATIONS using GRAPHS, TABLES and ALGEBRAIC methods. y = 8x – 7y = 3x – 6 y = 4x + 136x + 3y = -48 HW: Pg. 212/#1-34 Due FRIDAY Make Up Work Due MONDAY 12/1

Elimination Copy the equations: 6x – 5y = -647x – 4y = 47 -7x + 5y = 734x + 6y = 2 HW: Pg. 212/#1-34 Due FRIDAY Make Up Work Due MONDAY 12/1

MAT-055 HW: Pg. 182/#1-7 Due TUESDAY Solving Systems of Linear Equations – Graph and Table – ‘y=‘ – Substitution – Elimination NOTES NOTES CW: Pg. 212/#35, 42, 55, 62 HW: Pg. 212/#1-34 Due FRIDAY Make Up Work Due MONDAY 12/1

Equation – Go – Round! HW DUE: Pg. 212/#1-34 Make Up Work Due MONDAY 12/1 Equation – Go – Round! There are 8 equations at 8 different stations. You and your partners will solve each system, 8 minutes per station! Ready GO!

MAT-055 HW: Pg. 213/#78-90 Due WEDNESDAY Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW section of your binder: Students will write and solve systems of linear equations. The senior class is hosting a spaghetti dinner to raise money for a class graduation gift. They will sell tickets for \$10 each, and the cost to have the dinner is \$5 per person PLUS a fixed cost of \$225 for napkins, plates, cups, utensils and decorations.

Spaghetti Dinner…… What will the class’ REVENUE be if 50 people attend the dinner? 100 people? 200 people? What will the class’ COST be if 50 people attend the dinner? 100 people? 200 people? What is the class’ BREAK EVEN point? When does REV = COST? Write an equation for the PROFIT for the class spaghetti dinner. What will the class’ PROFT be if 50 people attend the dinner? 100 people? 200 people? HW: Pg. 213/#78-90 Due WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 The class wants to donate a stained glass window to the school for a graduation gift. The window costs \$875. How many tickets will the class have to sell to the dinner to provide the window?

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 213/#78-90; Pg. 212/#1-34 READ Pg. 224/ Ex. #3; Pg. 230/ #1, 2 CW: Pg. 230/#3-6, 9, 10 HW: Pg. 231/#11-22 Due FRIDAY Quiz MONDAY – Writing and Solving Systems

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. 231/#11-22 The Drama Club sold both STUDENT and NON- STUDENT tickets to their fall play. Student tickets sold for \$8 and NON-student tickets sold for \$12. The club sold total of 315 tickets and made a total of \$2932. How many of each ticket type did they sell? Pg. 232/ #23-26, 29-36, 41- 44 Due TUESDAY Quiz TUESDAY – Systems of Equations

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. 231/#11-22; Pg. 232/ #23-26, 29-36, 41- 44 QUIZ Tuesday – Writing and Solving Systems of Equations Semester Project – Due at Final Exam – Monday, Dec. 15, Per. 1 – NO LATE PROJECTS ACCEPTED Make-Up work due FRIDAY DEC. 12 Solving 3x3 Systems – Pg. 234/#15-20

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 231/#11-22; Pg. 232/ #23-26, 29- 36, 41- 44 QUIZ TODAY – Writing and Solving Systems of Equations Semester Project – Due at Final Exam – Monday, Dec. 15, Per. 1 – NO LATE PROJECTS ACCEPTED Make-Up work due FRIDAY DEC. 12 Solving 3x3 Systems – Pg. 234/#15-20

MAT-055 Happy New Year! Are you GRADUATING this year? Are you GRADUATING this year? Books and Binders – check WEDNESDAY Books and Binders – check WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 PRE-Test CW: Pg. 213/#78-90 HW: Pg. 251/Chap. 4 Test Due FRIDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 251/Chap. 4 Test Graphing Inequality SYSTEMS – Pg. 241 CW: Pg. 243/ #1, 8, 18 HW: Pg. 243/ #2, 10, 16 Due TUESDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 243/ #2, 10, 16 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will WRITE and SIMPLIFY expressions using the RULES OF EXPONENTS Exponents and Rules of Exponents NOTES – Rules of Exponents NOTES – Rules of Exponents HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS Due FRIDAY HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS Due FRIDAY

MAT-055 HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS – Due FRIDAY Partner Task – Write 4 Ways Using your group’s exponential expression, write 4 different expressions that are equivalent….Write each expression on a poster Example: `

MAT-055 Now…..Check the work…..Simplify the expressions written on each poster!

MAT-055 HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS HW: Pg. 262/ #1-98 EVENS – Due FRIDAY Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will WRITE and SIMPLIFY expressions using the SCIENTIFIC NOTATION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fKBhvDjuy0 Vocabulary and Readiness Check, Pg. 261 Scientific Notation – Expanding and Simplifying very LARGE and very SMALL numbers o HW: Pg. 268/#1-88 Due WEDNESDAY

EXIT Simplify each of the expressions using the RULES OF EXPONENTS, STATING the rule you used for each step: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. HW: Pg. 268/#1-88 Due WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 COPY the Class Objective in the CW Section of your binder: Students will WRITE and EXPAND expressions using SCIENTIFIC NOTATION Write each of the following using SCIENTIFIC NOTATION (10 x ): 1.A honeybee weighs.00001 kg. 2.The U.S. national debt is \$18,886,000,000 3.A human red blood cell is.0008 mm in size 4.The Eiffel tower in Paris was built with 14,600,000 pounds (lbs.) of steel HW: Pg. 268/#1-88 Due WEDNESDAY

Calculating with Scientific Notation HW DUE: Pg. 268/#1-88 HW: Pg. 262/#100-132 EVENS; 269/#68-106 EVENS Calculating with Powers of 10 x Table Task – Copy work in CW section of binder, turn in one paper per table

MAT-055 Polynomials – Pg. 270 Defining Polynomials Defining the DEGREE of a TERM and the DEGREE of a POLYNOMIAL Simplifying and Factoring – Combining LIKE Terms Pg. 281/#105-108 Evaluating Polynomials – Order of Operations TEST #1 - WEDNESDAY HW: Pg. 279/ #1-80 Due FRIDAY

MAT 055 HW: Pg. 279/ #1-80 Due FRIDAY Review of FUNCTION NOTATION CW: Pg. 279/ #81-88 Test #1 WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 Multiplying Polynomials Multiplying BI-nomials >> TRI-nomials – F-O-I-L: FIRST, OUTER, INNER, LAST CW: Pg. 289/ #1-14; 83-88, 95, 96 HW: PG. 288/#1-88 Due WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 HW: PG. 288/#1-88 Due WEDNESDAY FACTORING – Going BACKWARDS – Pg. 291

MAT-055 HW CHECK: Complete on separate page: Pg. 288/ #9, 25, 40, 63, 86 - Due at 8:00 Complete the following with your group: CW: Pg. 289/ #89-109 Factoring buy GROUPING HW: Pg. 295/ #1-80 Due TUESDAY

MAT - 055 EXIT – Complete the following on a separate sheet, showing all work: Pg. 290/ #111-116 HW: Pg. 295/ #1-80 Due TUESDAY

MAT-055 Factoring by GROUPING Pg. 293 Pg. 295/ 57, 60, 68 CW: Pg. 295/ #81, 82 HW: Pg. 295/ #1-80 Due TUESDAY

MAT-055 Progress Reports: Make Up work DUE WEDNESDAY FEB. 18, 3 pm – NO EXCEPTIONS HW: Pg. 295/ #1-80 Due TUESDAY CW: Pg. 296/ #87-100 Test WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 CW: Factoring WSheet ‘Books…’ Factoring Special Products HW: Pg. 303/#1-42 Due FRIDAY QUIZ WEDNESDAY – Simplifying and Factoring MAKE-UP Work – Test Re-Takes DUE WEDNESDAY FEB. 18, 3 pm NO EXCEPTIONS

MAT-055 Quiz – Pg. 310/Integrated Review #1 – 8 – Pg. 313/ #9 – 14 – Due at 8:15 CW: Factoring WSheet ‘Books…’ Factoring Special Products HW: Pg. 303/#1-42 Due FRIDAY MAKE-UP Work – Test Re-Takes DUE WEDNESDAY FEB. 18, 3 pm NO EXCEPTIONS

MAT-055 Pg. 305-309/ Practice #2-9, Vocab and Readiness Check Pg. 310 Factoring Special Products  (a + b) 2  a 2 - b 2  a 3 + b 3 HW: Pg. 309/#1-66 Due Tuesday Chapter 5 Test WEDNESDAY

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 309/#1-66 Chapter 5 Test WEDNESDAY Chapter 5 Review – Pg. 310 – Practice #1, #2 HW: Pg. 313/ #9-57

MAT-055 Solving for Solutions CW: Pg. 314/Practice #1-10 HW: Pg. 322/#1-68 Due WEDNESDAY

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HW DUE: Pg. 325/ #87-100 Rational Functions Domain and Range re-visited Simplifying Rational Expressions Pg. 336 – Examples and Practice HW: Pg. 345/#1-32 Due THURSDAY

MAT 055 Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will state the DOMAIN and the RANGE for various functions Find the DOMAIN and the RANGE for the functions:

MAT 055 Factor each equation and solve for the roots: CWSHT: Simplifying Rational Functions HW: Pg. 345/#1-32 Due THURSDAY EXIT SLIP THURSDAY

MAT 055 Find your NEW Assigned Seat HW DUE: Pg. 345/#1-32; WSHT Rational Functions Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your binder: Students will SIMPLIFY and SOLVE RATIONAL expressions and equations Multiplying and Dividing Rational Functions Reciprocals Using FACTORING to simplify with Multiplication and Division EXIT SLIP HW : Pg. 345/ #33-70 DUE WEDNESDAY

MAT 055 Multiply the following. Write you answer in LOWEST TERMS: 1.2. 3. 4. HW : Pg. 345/ #33-70 DUE WEDNESDAY

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MAT 055 HW: Pg. 345/ #33-70 DUE WEDNESDAY Adding and Subtracting Rational Functions Finding Common Denominators Add:Subtract:

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. 345/ #33-70 Starter – Complete Pg. 346/ #71-90; 348/Practice #1-6 Simplifying Complex Fractions – Pg. 356 Pg. 356/Practice #1-4 HW: Pg. 360/#1-50 Due Wednesday

MAT 055 Make Up Work DUE TODAY – 3 pm HW: Pg. 377/ #1-52 DUE TUESDAY Test Chapter 6 - WEDNESDAY HW: Pg. 388/ #23-34

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. Pg. 377/ #1-52 TEST Chapter 6 WEDNESDAY Rational Functions CW: Pg. 387/ #1-18 HW: Pg. 403/ #1-44 EVENS, 77-84 ALL DUE FRIDAY

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MAT055 HW: Pg. 403/ #1-44 EVENS, 77-84 ALL DUE TUESDAY Copy the class objective in the CW Section of your binder: Students will evaluate and simplify RADICAL EXPRESSIONS and EQUATIONS Simplifying RADICALS RADICALS and RATIONAL Exponents CW: Pg. 410, 416/ #1-34 HW: Pg. 417/#35-85, 88, 90, 82 DUE FRIDAY

MAT 055 HW: Pg. 432/ #1-30 ALL, 32-74 EVENS Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE in the CW Section of your Binder: Students will simplify equations and expressions with RATIONAL EXPONENTS Rational (Fractional) Exponents: Pg. 419 – CW: Pg. 424/ #1-54 ODD NOTES NOTES HW: Pg. 424/#2-98 EVENS Due FRIDAY

MAT 055 HW DUE: Pg. 432/ #1-30 ALL, 32-74 EVENS Simplifying Radical Expressions and Equations Perfect SQUARES and CUBES: Pg. 428 CW: Pg. 426 CW: Pg. 433/#31-59 HW: Pg. 424/#2-98 EVENS Due FRIDAY

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MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 438/#2-76-EVENS Copy the CLASS OBJECTIVE: Students will SIMPLIFY and SOLVE radical expressions using the rules of EXPONENTS and RADICALS Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying Radicals CW: Pg. 434/ Practice and Examples CW: Pg. 438/#1-13 – ODD HW: Pg. 445/#1-54 Due FRIDAY TEST FRIDAY – Chapter 7

MAT-055 HW DUE: Pg. 424/#2-98 Rationalizing Denominators PYTHAGOREAN Theorem HW: Pg. 438/#2-76-EVENS Due TUESDAY Chapter 7 TEST FRIDAY

Chapter 7 Test Today 3 – People per table

MAT 055 Final Review Final Exam – Monday May 18, Per. 1 Quadratic Functions Complete the table for the function: x-10-8-401257 y

Solving Quadratics Graphing Factoring Completing the Square (Vertex Form) Quadratic Formula Factor the function: Find the VERTEX of the function using the MIDPOINT formula and COMPLETING the SQUARE