### Course Description

### All future communication will take place via Google Classroom

### Thursday, March 12

quiz 9.1

### Wednesday, March 11

discussed any remaining problems;

quiz 9.1 tomorrow

### Tuesday, March 10

worked examples from yesterday’s problem set;

quiz 9.1 postponed until Thursday

### Monday, March 9

reviewed/demonstrated transforming polar and rectangular equations;

p. 557 #2-8, 14-18, 26-30, 36-40 even;

quiz 9.1 on Wednesday

### Friday, March 6

discussed transforming polar and rectangular equations;

p. 557 #2-8, 14-18, 26-30, 36-40 even (due Tuesday)

### Thursday, March 5

discussed polar equations and their graphs;

p. 548 #4, 6, 10, 12, 20, 26, 28, 36, 38

### Wednesday, March 4

discussed test 8;

defined/discussed polar coordinates;

p. 538 #2-14, 30-36 even

### Tuesday, March 3

test 8;

read: 534-537 (polar coordinates)

### Monday, March 2

discussed quiz 8.2;

reviewed chapter 8;

test 8 tomorrow

### Friday, February 28

quiz 8.2;

test 8 on Tuesday

### Thursday, February 27

all but 4 absent due to gymnastics;

went to the maintenance building, looking for illustrations/applications of torque;

quiz 8.2 tomorrow

### Wednesday, February 26

further discussed vector cross product, and related calculations;

quiz 8.2 on Friday

### Tuesday, February 25

discussed vector cross product, and related calculations;

p.522 #2-12, 16-22 even

### Monday, February 24

discussed quiz 8.1;

discussed vectors in 3-D, and simple operations with 3-D vectors;

p.514 #10-14, 26, 28, 36-40 even

### Friday, February 21

quiz 8.1;

read: pp. 510-513 (vectors in 3-D space)

### Thursday, February 20

discussed p.506;

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

quiz 8.1 tomorrow

### Wednesday, February 19

discussed vector dot product and related calculations;

worked samples from the problem set;

p.506 #2-20, 26-28 even

### Tuesday, February 18

discussed conventions for representing vectors;

worked samples from the problem set;

p.497 #2-8, 12-16, 20-22, 28-30, 38-48 even

### Monday, February 17

reviewed vectors and scalars;

discussed/demonstrated doing vector addition, both graphically, and analytically;

p.488 #2-6, 20-26, 36 even

### Friday, February 14

discussed test 7;

defined/discussed vectors and scalars;

read: pp.482-487 (vectors)

### Thursday, February 13

test 7

### Wednesday, February 12

discussed quiz 7.2;

reviewed chapter 7;

test 7 tomorrow

### Tuesday, February 11

quiz 7.2;

test 7 on Thursday

### Monday, February 10

reviewed hyperbolas and parametric equations;

quiz on hyperbolas and parametric equations tomorrow;

p. 469 #2-6, 10-14, 18-22 even (due tomorrow)

### Friday, January 31

further discussed parametric equations;

worked on p. 469 #2-6, 10-14, 18-22 even (due Tuesday after break)

### Thursday, January 30

discussed parametric equations;

p. 469 #2-6, 10-14, 18-22 even (due Tuesday after break)

### Wednesday, January 29

further discussed hyperbolas;

worked example problems;

continue working on p. 449 #2-6, 12-16, 24-28 even

### Tuesday, January 28

discussed quiz 7.1;

defined/discussed hyperbolas;

begin working on p. 449 #2-6, 12-16, 24-28 even

### Monday, January 27

quiz 7.1;

read: pp.442-448 (hyperbolas)

### Friday, January 24

worked problems from the last 2 lessons;

quiz over parabolas, circles, and ellipses on Monday

### Thursday, January 23

defined/demonstrated equations of an ellipse;

worked problems from the problem set;

p.438 #2-10, 14-16, 24-30 even

### Wednesday, January 22

discussed test 6;

intro to conic sections;

defined/demonstrated equations of a parabola;

p.428 #2-6, 16-18, 26-28, 36-38 even

### Tuesday, January 21

test 6;

read: pp.422-427 (conic sections)

### Monday, January 20

worked more examples of partial fraction decomposition;

test 6 tomorrow

### Friday, January 17

further discussed/demonstrated partial fraction decomposition;

finish up p.402 #2, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, 20, 22

### Thursday, January 16

discussed quiz 6.1;

discussed/demonstrated partial fraction decomposition;

p.402 #2, 4, 8, 10, 14, 16, 20, 22

### Wednesday, January 15

quiz 6.1;

read: pp.398-401 (partial fractions)

### Tuesday, January 14

reviewed the first 3 lessons of chapter 6;

quiz 6.1 tomorrow

### Monday, January 13

discussed and worked examples off of p. 392;

p.392 #2-6, 12-18, 22-24, 28 even

quiz 6.1 on Wednesday

### Friday, January 10

discussed p. 383;

start looking over p.392 #2-6, 12-18, 22-24, 28 even

### Thursday, January 9

no class, due to community service day

### Wednesday, January 8

further discussed Cramer’s rule, matrix multiplication, and inverse matrices;

p.383 #2-6, 12-14, 20-24, 28, 32, 36-42 even

### Tuesday, January 7

discussed Cramer’s rule and inverse matrices;

worked examples from yesterday’s homework set;

p.372 due tomorrow

### Monday, January 6

discussed/demonstrated Gaussian elimination;

worked examples from the homework set;

p.372 #2-6, 10-12, 16-26, 32-34 even

### Tuesday, December 17

reviewed chapters 2 & 3;

continue reviewing chapters 1-5 for semester exam on Thursday afternoon, 3:45

### Monday, December 16

began reviewing chapters 1-5 for semester exam on Thursday afternoon, 3:45

### Friday, December 13

discussed test 5;

start reviewing for semester exam over chapters 1-5

### Thursday, December 12

test 5

### Wednesday, December 11

reviewed chapter 5;

test 5 tomorrow

### Tuesday, December 10

discussed quiz 5.2;

test 5 postponed until Thursday

### Monday, December 9

quiz 5.2;

test 5 on Wednesday

### Friday, December 6

discussed problems from Wednesday’s homework set;

quiz over the 2nd half of chapter 5 on Monday

### Thursday, December 5

discussed problems from yesterday’s homework set;

quiz over the 2nd half of chapter 5 on Monday

### Wednesday, December 4

discussed multiple-angle, product to sum, and power-reduction identities;

worked examples from the homework set;

p.352 #2-12, 18-26, 34, 38, 42, 44 even

### Tuesday, December 3

worked examples from yesterday’s homework set;

read: pp. 346-351 (multiple-angle and product-to-sum identities)

### Monday, December 2

discussed quiz 5.1;

discussed sum and difference identities;

worked examples from the homework set;

p.341 #2-6, 12-22, 24-28 even

### Thursday, November 21

quiz 5.1

### Wednesday, November 20

discussed trigonometric equations;

quiz 5.1 tomorrow

### Tuesday, November 19

students finished up verifying trigonometric equations up in front of the class;

discussed trigonometric equations;

worked a few problems from the problem set;

p.331 #2-8, 14-16, 22-26 even

### Monday, November 18

each student verified a single trigonometric equation up in front of the class;

read: pp. 327-330 (trigonometric equations)

### Friday, November 15

worked examples from yesterday’s problem set;

be prepared to present to the class the single problem given you from p. 324 #2-24

### Thursday, November 14

discussed pythagorean identities, and co-functions;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.317 #2-14, 18-24 even

### Wednesday, November 13

discussed test 4;

if you haven’t already, read: pp.312-316 (trigonometric identities)

### Tuesday, November 12

test 4;

read: pp.312-316 (trigonometric identities)

### Monday, November 11

reviewed chapter 4;

test 4 tomorrow

### Friday, November 8

discussed quiz 4.2;

test 4 on Tuesday

### Thursday, November 7

quiz 4.2;

test 4 on Tuesday

### Wednesday, November 6

discussed yesterday’s homework;

reviewed the second half of chapter 4;

quiz 4.2 tomorrow

### Tuesday, November 5

discussed the law of sines, cosines, and Heron’s formula;

worked examples from the problem set;

pp.298 # #2-6; 10-16, 20-24, 28-32, 38-40 even

### Monday, November 4

further discussed inverse trig functions and their limited domains and ranges;

worked examples from the problem set;

pp.288-289 #2-14, 20-24, 30-36, 50-54 even

### Friday, November 1

discussed quiz 4.1;

discussed inverse trig functions and their limited range;

pp.288-289 #2-14, 20-24, 30-36, 50-54 even (due Tuesday)

### Thursday, October 31

quiz 4.1;

read: pp.280-287 (inverse trigonometric functions)

### Wednesday, October 30

discussed problems from yesterday’s problem set;

reviewed lessons 1-4 of chapter 4;

quiz 4.1 tomorrow