### Course Description

### Tuesday, May 16

took semester exam

### Monday, May 15

reviewed for semester exam;

semester exam will be at 12:30 tomorrow

### Friday, May 12

reviewed for semester exam;

semester exam will be at 12:30 on Tuesday, 5/16/17

### Thursday, May 11

reviewed for semester exam;

semester exam will be at 12:30 on Tuesday, 5/16/17

### Wednesday, May 10

discussed p.760;

began reviewing for the semester exam, over chapters 6-9, & 13;

semester exam will be at 12:30 on Tuesday, 5/16/17

### Tuesday, May 9

discussed p.747;

discussed normal distributions;

p.760 #4-16 even

### Monday, May 8

discussed p.823;

discussed mean, median, mode, and standard deviation;

p.747 #4-8, 12-20 even

### Friday, May 5

discussed p.814;

discussed infinite geometric series;

worked examples from the homework set;

823#8-16, 24-28 even

### Thursday, May 4

discussed p.806;

discussed geometric sequences and series;

814#4-34, 40-44, 48-52 even

### Wednesday, May 3

discussed p.798;

discussed arithmetic sequences and series;

806#4-20, 30, 32, 40-44 even

### Tuesday, May 2

discussed test 10;

discussed sequences and series;

798 #4-22, 38-52 even

### Monday, May 1

test 10;

read: 794-797 (sequences and series)

### Friday, April 28

discussed quiz 10.2;

test 10 on Monday

### Thursday, April 27

quiz 10.2;

test 10 on Monday

### Wednesday, April 26

discussed p.727;

reviewed the last couple of lessons;

quiz 10.2 tomorrow

### Tuesday, April 25

discussed p.721;

discussed probabilities of a binomial distribution;

p.727 #4-24, 28, 30 even

### Monday, April 24

discussed p.710;

discussed independent and dependent probabilities;

p.721 #4-30 even

### Friday, April 21

no class, due to Academy Days

### Thursday, April 20

discussed quiz 10.1;

discussed disjoint and overlapping probabilities;

p.710 #4-24, 28-32 even

### Wednesday, April 19

quiz 10.1;

read: 707-709 (disjoint and overlapping probabilities)

### Tuesday, April 18

discussed questions on 701;

quiz 10.1 tomorrow

### Monday, April 17

discussed questions on 694;

discussed probability and odds;

pp. 701-702 #4-16, 20, 22, 28, 30 even

### Friday, April 14

discussed combinations, Pascal’s triangle, and the binomial theorem;

p.694 #4-10, 14-28 even

### Thursday, April 13

discussed/demonstrated counting principles and permutations;

p.686-687 #4-36, 44-50 even

### Wednesday, April 12

discussed test 13;

read: 682-686 (permutations)

### Tuesday, April 11

test 13

### Monday, April 10

reviewed last week’s quiz over Law of Sines, Cosines, and area formulas;

reviewed chapter 13;

test tomorrow over chapter 13

### Tuesday, April 4

quiz over Law of Sines, Cosines, and area formulas

### Monday, April 3

discussed p.892;

reviewed the 2nd half of chapter 13;

quiz tomorrow over Law of Sines, Cosines, and area formulas

### Friday, March 31

discussed law of cosines; worked examples;

discussed Heron’s formula;

p.892 #8-14, 22-28 even

### Thursday, March 30

discussed quiz on trigonometric functions;

discussed the law of sines; worked examples;

p.886 #12-16, 20-24, 30-36 even

### Wednesday, March 29

quiz on trigonometric functions;

read: 882-885 (the law of sines)

### Tuesday, March 28

discussed p.870;

discussed inverse trigonometric functions;

p.878 #4-24 even;

quiz tomorrow

### Monday, March 27

discussed multiple descriptions of angles;

p.870 #4-30 even

### Friday, March 24

discussed radians and the unit circle;

p.862 #6-12, 16, 18, 24-30, 40-46 even

### Thursday, March 23

discussed test 9;

discussed examples p.856;

Read: 859-862 (radians)

### Wednesday, March 22

intro to trigonometry;

discussed examples from the problem set;

p.856 #4-14, 18, 22-28 even

### Tuesday, March 21

test 9

### Monday, March 20

discussed a practice test;

test 9 tomorrow over conic sections

### Friday, March 17

discussed p.666;

quiz Monday;

test 9 Tuesday over conic sections

### Thursday, March 16

discussed eccentricity;

worked examples from p.666;

p.666 #2-14 even

### Wednesday, March 15

discussed examples from p.655

### Tuesday, March 14

discussed translating circles, ellipses, parabolas, & hyperbolas;

p.655 #4-10, 14-34 even

### Monday, March 13

reviewed quiz on circles, ellipses, & parabolas;

discussed hyperbolas;

p.645 #4-10, 18-24, 40 even

### Thursday, March 2

quiz on circles, ellipses, & parabolas

### Wednesday, March 1

discussed p.629;

defined/discussed ellipses;

worked examples from the HW set;

p.637#4-12, 18-26 even;

quiz tomorrow on circles, ellipses, & parabolas

### Tuesday, February 28

discussed p.623;

defined/discussed circles;

worked examples from the HW set;

p.629 #4-16, 22-26 even

### Monday, February 27

discussed p.617;

defined/discussed parabolas;

worked examples from the HW set;

p.623 #4-16, 26-32 even

### Friday, February 24

discussed test 8;

discussed the distance formula and calculating midpoints between coordinates;

p.617 #4-12, 22-26, 32, 34 even

### Thursday, February 23

test 8;

read: 614-616 (intro to conic sections)

### Wednesday, February 22

discussed yesterday’s quiz on the second half of chapter 8;

reviewed chapter 8;

test 8 tomorrow

### Tuesday, February 21

quiz on the second half of chapter 8;

test 8 postponed until Thursday

### Monday, February 20

discussed p.586;

reviewed the second half of chapter 8;

quiz 8.2 tomorrow;

test 8 on Wednesday

### Friday, February 17

discussed p.586;

discussed solving rational equations;

p.593 #4-10, 14-22 even

### Thursday, February 16

discussed yesterday’s quiz;

discussed addition and subtraction of rational expressions

p.586 #4-12, 16-22, 28-34 even

### Wednesday, February 15

quiz 8.1;

read: pp.582-585 (adding and subtracting rational expressions)

### Tuesday, February 14

discussed items on p. 577;

reviewed what we’ve done so far in chapter 8;

quiz tomorrow

### Monday, February 13

discussed items on p. 568;

discussed multiplying and dividing rational expressions;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.577 #6-16, 24-40 even

### Friday, February 10

discussed graphing rational functions;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.568 #8-12, 16-22 even

### Thursday, February 9

discussed graphing inverse functions;

p.561 #4-18 even

### Wednesday, February 8

discussed test 7;

discussed direct, inverse, and joint variations;

p.555 #4-18, 24, 26 even

### Tuesday, February 7

test 7;

read 551-554 (direct and inverse variations)

### Monday, February 6

quiz 7.2;

review for test 7 tomorrow on p.543

### Friday, January 27

(all on the gymnastics team were gone to Acrofest);

some took quiz 7.2;

worked through some exponential & logarithmic equations;

test 7 on Tuesday, 2-7

### Thursday, January 26

further discussed logarithm and exponential equations;

worked examples from the p.519;

quiz tomorrow (or Monday, 2-6, if you’re in gymnastics);

test 7 on Tuesday, 2-7

### Wednesday, January 25

discussed rules for logarithm and exponential equations;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.519 #4-20, 24-38 even

### Tuesday, January 24

quiz 7.1;

discussed logarithm rules;

p.510 #8-28, 34-40, 46-52 even

### Monday, January 23

defined & discussed logarithms;

p.503 #4-16, 20-34, 38-42 even

quiz tomorrow over exponentials

### Friday, January 20

discussed compound interest formulas;

discussed **e**;

p.495-496 #4-12, 20-28, 42-48 even

### Thursday, January 19

discussed exponential decay;

p.489 #4-12, 16-20 even

### Wednesday, January 18

discussed test 6;

discussed/graphed exponentials, exponential growth, and exponential decay;

p.482 #6-10, 16-20 even

### Tuesday, January 17

test 6;

read: pp.478-481 (exponentials)

### Monday, January 16

quiz on 2nd half of chapter 6;

review for test using p.469;

test tomorrow

### Friday, January 13

discussed p.469 in preparation for the quiz on Monday;

test on Tuesday

### Thursday, January 12

discussed p.456;

reviewed for quiz on Monday, & test on Tuesday

### Wednesday, January 11

discussed p.449;

discussed solving radical equations;

p.456 #4-10, 14-20, 24-30 even

### Tuesday, January 10

discussed p.442;

discussed graphing radical functions;

p.449 #4-20 even

### Monday, January 9

discussed Friday’s quiz on exponents and roots;

discussed inverse functions;

worked examples from the homework set;

p.442 #4-10, 16-20, 22-26 even

### Friday, January 6

quiz on exponents and roots;

read 438-442 (inverse functions)

### Thursday, January 5

further discussed functions, function arithmetic, and function composition;

p.432 #4-32 even

### Wednesday, January 4

discussed p.424;

discussed functions, function arithmetic, and function composition;

read: pp 428-431 (composition of functions)

### Tuesday, January 3

discussed p.417;

discussed rules of exponents and roots;

p.424 #4-12, 16-20, 24-28, 32-36 even

### Monday, January 2

discussed 1st semester exam;

discussed fractional exponents and roots;

p.417 #4-32 even

### Friday, December 16

no class today

### Thursday, December 15

no class today

### Wednesday, December 14

semester exam

### Tuesday, December 13

reviewed for semester exam;

review for semester exam, 1:35 pm tomorrow, covering chapters 1-5

### Monday, December 12

test 5;

review for semester exam, covering chapters 1-5

### Friday, December 9

discussed quiz on finding zeros of polynomials;

reviewed chapter 5;

test 5 on Monday

### Thursday, December 8

quiz on finding zeros of polynomials;

test 5 on Monday

### Wednesday, December 7

further discussed finding zeros that are complex and irrational;

discussed p. 383 homework;

finish up p. 383 #4, 6, 10-16, 20-26 even;

quiz tomorrow over finding zeros of polynomials

### Tuesday, December 6

discussed yesterday’s quiz on polynomial arithmetic;

discussed p. 374 homework;

briefly discussed finding zeros that are complex;

begin working on p. 383 #4, 6, 10-16, 20-26 even

### Monday, December 5

quiz on polynomial arithmetic;;

further discussed factoring polynomials using graphing calculators and synthetic division;

pp. 374-375 #4, 6, 12-16, 24-28 even

### Friday, December 2

discussed p.366;

discussed factoring polynomials using graphing calculators and synthetic division;

quiz Monday over arithmetic with polynomials

### Thursday, December 1

reviewed long division of polynomials;

reviewed synthetic division;

discussed factoring of cubic polynomials;

p.366 #4-18, 22-28 even

### Wednesday, November 30

discussed p. 356;

discussed long division of polynomials

### Tuesday, November 29

discussed p. 349;

discussed factoring polynomials;

p.356 #4-28 even

### Monday, November 28

discussed p. 341;

discussed arithmetic with polynomials;

p.349 #4-24, 28-32 even

### Friday, November 18

no class today; beginning Thanksgiving break

### Thursday, November 17

discussed polynomials and synthetic substitution;

p.341 #4-22, 28-36 even (due Tuesday after Thanksgiving)

### Wednesday, November 16

discussed rules of exponents;

p.333 #4-34 even

### Tuesday, November 15

discussed test over chapter 4;

read 330-332 (exponents), if you didn’t already

### Monday, November 14

test over chapter 4;

read 330-332 (exponents)

### Friday, November 11

reviewed for Monday’s test over chapter 4;

test 4 on Monday

### Thursday, November 10

discussed yesterday’s assignment;

demonstrated finding a quadratic to go through specified points;

test 4 on Monday

### Wednesday, November 9

discussed yesterday’s quiz on using the quadratic formula;

discussed/demonstrated working with quadratic inequalities;

pp. 304-305 #6-12, 20-24, 36-40, 46-50 even

### Tuesday, November 8

quiz on using the quadratic formula;

read: pp. 300-303 (quadratic inequalities)

### Monday, November 7

discussed 288;

derived/discussed the quadratic formula;

p.296#4-10, 14-20, 32-36 even

### Friday, November 4

discussed 279;

discussed completing the square;

p.288 #4-10, 14-32 even

### Thursday, November 3

discussed Tuesday’s quiz over factoring quadratics;

discussed imaginary and complex numbers; worked examples;

p.279 #4-32, 42-48 even

### Wednesday, November 2

(most of the class was taking the PSAT);

discussed yesterday’s quiz over factoring quadratics;

if you haven’t already, read: pp. 275-279 (imaginary and complex numbers)

### Tuesday, November 1

quiz over factoring quadratics;

read: pp. 275-279 (imaginary and complex numbers)

### Monday, October 31

discussed simplifying square roots containing perfect squares;

p.269 #4-16, 22-30 even;

quiz tomorrow over factoring quadratics

### Friday, October 28

discussed p. 263;

worked examples of simplifying square roots containing perfect squares;

read: pp.266-269

### Thursday, October 27

discussed p. 255;

demonstrated factoring quadratics where **a** isn’t 1;

p. 263 #4-10, 14-26, 32-36 even

### Wednesday, October 26

no class, due to Junior History Trip

### Tuesday, October 25

no class, due to Junior History Trip

### Monday, October 24

no class, due to Junior History Trip

### Wednesday, October 19

no class, due to home leave

### Tuesday, October 18

no class, due to Junior History Trip and Senior Class Trip

### Monday, October 17

no class, due to Junior History Trip and Senior Class Trip

### Friday, October 14

discussed factoring simple quadratics;

p.255 #4-20, 24-32 even

### Thursday, October 13

no class, due to college fair

### Wednesday, October 12

discussed vertex form and intercept form of a quadratic;

demonstrated how to switch between the different forms;

p. 249 #4-8, 14-18, 24-28, 34, 36 even

### Tuesday, October 11

discussed test 3;

reviewed quadratics from Algebra I;

p. 240 #8-14, 22-28 even

### Monday, October 10

test 3;

read: pp.236-239 (quadratics)

### Friday, October 7

discussed yesterday’s quiz over matrix techniques of solving systems of equations;

test Monday

### Thursday, October 6

quiz over matrix techniques of solving systems of equations;

test Monday

### Wednesday, October 5

discussed solving systems using an inverse matrix;

p.214 #4-8, 14-16, 26-30 even;

quiz tomorrow

### Tuesday, October 4

no class, due to ASVAB testing

### Monday, October 3

discussed determinants and Cramer’s rule;

p.207 #4-10, 12-18, 30-36 even

### Friday, September 30

discussed HW 199;

discussed determinants and Cramer’s rule;

read 203-206

### Thursday, September 29

discussed/demonstrated matrix multiplication;

p. 199 #4-18, 22-26 even

### Wednesday, September 28

discussed matrix arithmetic;

p. 191 #4-18, 24, 26 even

### Tuesday, September 27

quiz on solving systems of equations;

read pp. 187-190 (matrix arithmetic)

### Monday, September 26

discussed p. 182; worked many examples

quiz tomorrow over what we’ve done so far in chapter 3

### Friday, September 23

worked more examples of solving systems of 3 equations and 3 unknowns;

p.182 #4, 6, 10-20 even

### Thursday, September 22

discussed systems of inequalities;

worked an example of 3 equations and 3 unknowns;

read 178-181

### Wednesday, September 21

discussed/demonstrated using elimination to solve a system of equations;

p.164 #4-12, 16-24, 28-32 even

### Tuesday, September 20

no class, due to ITED and CogAT testing

### Monday, September 19

no class, due to ITED testing

### Tuesday, September 13

discussed HW on p.156;

discussed/demonstrated solving systems of linear equations algebraically

### Monday, September 12

discussed test over chapter 2;

discussed/demonstrated solving systems of linear equations graphically;

p.156 #4-8, 18-26 even

### Friday, September 9

test over chapter 2

### Thursday, September 8

discussed quiz over latter part of chapter 2;

reviewed chapter 2;

test 2 tomorrow

### Wednesday, September 7

quiz over latter part of chapter 2;

test 2 Friday

### Tuesday, September 6

discussed/graphed linear inequalities in two variables;

p. 135 #8-16, 22, 24, 30, 32 even;

quiz likely tomorrow

### Monday, September 5

discussed p. 127 HW;

discussed piecewise functions;

discussed linear inequalities in two variables;

demonstrated graphing linear inequalities in two variables;

read 132-135 (linear inequalities in 2 variables)

### Friday, September 2

discussed yesterday’s quiz on what we’ve done so far in chapter 2;

discussed translations and transformations;

p. 127 #4-8, 16-22 even

### Thursday, September 1

quiz on what we’ve done so far in chapter 2;

read pp. 123-126 (transformations and translations)

### Wednesday, August 31

reviewed what we’ve done so far in chapter 2 with practice quiz on p. 120;

quiz tomorrow

### Tuesday, August 30

discussed scatter plots, best-fit lines, and correlation;

p.117-118 #4-18 even

### Monday, August 29

discussed direct variations; illustrated with Ohm’s law;

p.109 #4-28 even

### Friday, August 26

discussed writing a linear equation given the slope and a point, or from two points;

pp.101-102 #4-16, 20, 22, 30-36 even

### Thursday, August 25

discussed slope-intercept form and standard form of linear equations;

pp.93-94 #4-16, 24-28, 32-36 even

### Wednesday, August 24

did slope (% grade) activity out on campus;

read 89-92

### Tuesday, August 23

discussed HW on p. 76-79;

discussed finding slopes of linear functions

p. 86 #4-14, 18-26 even

### Monday, August 22

discussed Friday’s quiz;

discussed the concept of functions;

worked examples from the homework set;

pp.76-79 #16-38 even

### Friday, August 19

quiz on recent chapter 1 topics;

read 72-76

### Thursday, August 18

discussed pp. 55-56 HW ;

discussed learning styles and 4MAT;

chapter 1 quiz tomorrow

### Wednesday, August 17

discussed pp. 44-47 HW ;

discussed the absolute function;

worked sample from the homework set;

pp.55-56 #4-20, 44-50 even

### Tuesday, August 16

discussed pp. 30-32 HW ;

discussed solving linear inequalities;

worked sample from the homework set;

pp.44-47 #4-32, 62-72 even

### Monday, August 15

discussed pp. 21-22 HW ;

discussed solving formulas for unknowns;

pp.30-32 #4-14, 18-26 even

### Friday, August 12

discussed pp. 13-15 HW ;

discussed/demonstrated solving equations;

pp.21-22 #4-12, 20-28, 34-38, 44-48, 56-60 even

### Thursday, August 11

discussed real number properties;

discussed expressions with powers;

pp. 13-15 #4-48, 60 even

### Wednesday, August 10

discussed pretest;

read: pp. 10-13 (powers and variables)

### Tuesday, August 9

did pretest;

read: pp. 2-5 (properties of real numbers)

### Monday, August 8

passed out textbooks; explained course content;

Why math, science and engineering? S.T.E.M

pretest tomorrow