### Course Description

### Tuesday, May 16

class didn’t meet, due to semester exams

### Monday, May 15

reviewed for semester exam;

semester exam will be at 3:45 on Wednesday, 5/16/17, over chapters 6-10

### Friday, May 12

reviewed for semester exam;

semester exam will be at 3:45 on Wednesday, 5/16/17, over chapters 6-10

### Thursday, May 11

reviewed chapters 6 & 7;

semester exam will be at 3:45 on Wednesday, 5/16/17, over chapters 6-10

### Wednesday, May 10

discussed p.720;

semester exam will be at 3:45 on Wednesday, 5/16/17, over chapters 6-10

### Tuesday, May 9

discussed p.681;

discussed/demonstrated correlation and linear regression with Excel;

p.720 #2 & 4 (items a, c & e), 8, 10

### Monday, May 8

discussed normal distributions and z-scores;

p.681 #4-16 even

### Friday, May 5

continued discussing problems from p.671 (due Monday)

### Thursday, May 4

continued discussing p.660;

discussed probability distributions;

p.671 #2-14, 20, 22 even

### Wednesday, May 3

continued discussing histograms and box-N-whisker plots;

continued working on p. 660 #2-14 even (due tomorrow)

### Tuesday, May 2

discussed histograms and box-N-whisker plots;

660 #2-14 even

### Monday, May 1

discussed test 10;

discussed distributions and how to represent them;

start looking at 660 #2-14 even

### Friday, April 28

test 10;

read 654-659 (descriptive statistics)

### Thursday, April 27

discussed quiz 10.2;

test 10 tomorrow

### Wednesday, April 26

quiz 10.2;

test 10 on Friday

### Tuesday, April 25

further discussed partial sums for approximating transcendental functions;

discussed example from p.642;

quiz 10.2 tomorrow

test 10 on Friday

### Monday, April 24

further discussed infinite series as representation of transcendental functions;

discussed example from p.642

### Friday, April 21

no class, due to Academy Days

### Thursday, April 20

discussed infinite series as representation of transcendental functions;

start working on p.642#8-18, 22-32, 36-40 even

### Wednesday, April 19

discussed problems on page 633;

continue working on p.633 #2-8, 12-20, 32-36 even

### Tuesday, April 18

discussed quiz 10.1;

discussed Pascal’s triangle and the binomial theorem;

p.633 #2-8, 12-20, 32-36 even

### Monday, April 17

quiz 10.1;

Read: 628-632 (the binomial theorem)

### Friday, April 14

discussed problems from p.615;

further discussed geometric sequences and series;

quiz on Monday

### Thursday, April 13

discussed problems from p.605 (due Friday);

discussed geometric sequences and series;

p.615 #2-6, 10-14, 20-24, 32-36, 40-44, 48-52 even

### Wednesday, April 12

discussed arithmetic sequences and series;

worked examples from p.605;

p.605 #2-8, 10-22, 28-32, 40-42, 46-50 even

### Tuesday, April 11

discussed examples from p.595 (due tomorrow);

read 599-604 (arithmetic sequences and series)

### Monday, April 10

discussed test 9;

briefly discussed sequences and series;

read 590-594 (sequences and series);

start looking at 595 # 2-14, 18-24, 28, 30, 36-40 (due Wednesday)

### Tuesday, April 4

test 9

### Monday, April 3

reviewed quiz over complex numbers in polar form;

reviewed chapter 9;

test 9 tomorrow

### Friday, March 31

quiz over complex numbers in polar form;

test 9 on Tuesday

### Thursday, March 30

discussed problems from p.577;

quiz tomorrow over complex numbers in polar form

### Wednesday, March 29

discussed quiz 9.1;

discussed complex numbers in polar form;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.577 #2-16, 20-32, 36-40 even

### Tuesday, March 28

quiz 9.1;

read: 569-574 (complex numbers in polar form)

### Monday, March 27

discussed problems on p. 557;

briefly glanced at conic sections described in polar coordinates;

quiz tomorrow over what we’ve done so far in chapter 9

### Friday, March 24

discussed polar to rectangular conversion;

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

### Thursday, March 23

discussed/demonstrated polar equations;

p.548 #4, 6, 10, 12, 18, 20, 26, 28, 36, 38

### Wednesday, March 22

discussed problems from 538 (due tomorrow):

briefly discussed polar equations;

read 542-547 (polar equations)

### Tuesday, March 21

discussed test over chapter 8:

discussed polar coordinates;

get started on p.538 #2-14, 30-36 even (due Thursday)

### Monday, March 20

test over chapter 8

### Friday, March 17

(much of the class was absent, due to Music Festival);

those who were gone on the mission trip to Belize made up missed quizzes;

reviewed chapter 8;

test over 8 on Monday

### Thursday, March 16

(much of the class was absent, due to Music Festival);

those who were gone on the mission trip to Belize made up missed quizzes;

reviewed chapter 8;

test over 8 on Monday

### Wednesday, March 15

reviewed operations with 3-D vectors;

quiz over 3-D vectors;

test over 8 coming soon

### Tuesday, March 14

discussed 522;

reviewed operations involving 3-D vectors;

quiz tomorrow

### Monday, March 13

discussed the recent quiz on vectors;

discussed 3-D dot product and cross product;

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

### Thursday, March 2

quiz on what we’ve done so far with vectors

### Wednesday, March 1

discussed p.514;

reviewed what we’ve done so far with vectors;

quiz tomorrow on vectors

### Tuesday, February 28

discussed p.506;

discussed vectors in 3-D;

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

### Monday, February 27

further discussed vector dot product;

discussed vector projections;

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

### Friday, February 24

discussed p.497;

briefly discussed vector dot product;

p.506 #2-14, 16-20, 26-28 even (due Tuesday)

### Thursday, February 23

discussed p.488;

discussed unit vectors;

worked examples from the homework set;

p.497 #2-8, 12-16, 20-22, 28-30, 38-42, 44-48 even (due Monday)

### Wednesday, February 22

further discussed vectors, graphical and analytical vector addition;

p.488 #2-12, 20-26, 36 even

### Tuesday, February 21

discussed test 7;

briefly discussed vectors;

read: 482-487 (vectors), if you haven’t already

### Monday, February 20

test 7;

read: 482-487 (vectors)

### Friday, February 17

reviewed quiz over hyperbolas and parametric equations;

discussed problems from the review on p. 477;

test Monday over the parts we’ve done in chapter 7

### Thursday, February 16

quiz over hyperbolas and parametric equations;

test Monday over the parts we’ve done in chapter 7

### Wednesday, February 15

discussed problems from p.469;

quiz tomorrow over hyperbolas and parametric equations;

test Monday over the parts we’ve done in chapter 7

### Tuesday, February 14

discussed projectile motion and working with parametric equations;

p.469 #2-6, 10-14, 18-22, 34-38 even

### Monday, February 13

discussed hyperbolas on p. 449;

read: 464-468 (parametric equations)

### Friday, February 10

discussed quiz on parabolas, circles, and ellipses;

discussed hyperbolas;

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

### Thursday, February 9

quiz on parabolas, circles, and ellipses;

read: pp. 442-448 (hyperbolas)

### Wednesday, February 8

discussed examples from the problem set on p.438;

quiz tomorrow on parabolas, circles, and ellipses

### Tuesday, February 7

discussed p.428;

discussed ellipses;

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

### Monday, February 6

brief overview of conic sections in general;

reviewed equations for a parabola;

worked examples from the problem set;

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

### Friday, January 27

discussed the equations for a parabola;

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

### Thursday, January 26

discussed test 6;

briefly discussed the equations for a parabola;

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

### Wednesday, January 25

test 6;

read: pp. 422-427 (conic sections)

### Tuesday, January 24

quiz over partial fractions;

test 6 tomorrow

### Monday, January 23

further discussed partial fraction decomposition and worked examples;

quiz over partial fraction decomposition tomorrow

### Friday, January 20

discussed partial fraction decomposition and worked examples;

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

### Thursday, January 19

quiz over solving systems using Cramer’s rule, and with using inverse matrices;

read: pp. 398-401 (partial fractions)

### Wednesday, January 18

discussed/demonstrated using determinants and Cramer’s rule to solve systems of equations;

discussed/demonstrated using inverse matrices to solve systems of equations;

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

### Tuesday, January 17

reviewed matrix multiplication;

discussed the identity matrix and inverse matrixes;

discussed determinants;

looked at a few online matrix calculators;

discussed p. 383 exercises;

finish p.383 by tomorrow

### Monday, January 16

discussed p. 372 exercises, dealing with Gaussian elimination;

discussed & demonstrated matrix multiplication;

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

### Friday, January 13

(most of the class was absent, due to gymnastics event);

worked on p. 372 exercises, dealing with Gaussian elimination

### Thursday, January 12

(most of the class was absent, due to Personal Finance field trip);

worked on p. 372 exercises, dealing with Gaussian elimination

### Wednesday, January 11

discussed test 5;

briefly reviewed solving systems using Gaussian elimination;

p.372 #2-6, 10-12, 16-20, 22-26, 32-34 even

### Tuesday, January 10

test 5;

read: 364-371 (systems of equations)

### Monday, January 9

discussed p. 352;

open-book, open-note quiz on the latest identities;

reviewed chapter 5;

test 5 tomorrow

### Friday, January 6

discussed multiple angle identities and various other identities;

worked an example from the HW set;

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

### Thursday, January 5

discussed p. 341;

read pp. 346-351 (multiple angle identities)

### Wednesday, January 4

discussed sum and difference identities;

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

### Tuesday, January 3

discussed & worked examples from p. 331;

read: pp. 336-340 (angle sum and angle difference identities)

### Monday, January 2

discussed 1st semester exam;

discussed trigonometric equations;

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

### Friday, December 16

no class today

### Thursday, December 15

semester exam

### Wednesday, December 14

no class today;

there will be an **optional** review session tonight at 5:30 in the computer lab;

exam will be at 3:45 on Thursday

### Tuesday, December 13

discussed identities quiz;

continue reviewing for semester exam, covering chapters 1-4 and the first half of chapter 5;

there will be an **optional** review session on Wednesday at 5:30 in the computer lab;

exam will be at 3:45 on Thursday

### Monday, December 12

identities quiz;

begin reviewing for semester exam, covering chapters 1-4 and the first half of chapter 5

### Friday, December 9

worked on solving equations involving trig functions;

identities quiz postponed until Monday

### Thursday, December 8

discussed p.324 problems (due tomorrow);

quiz on identities tomorrow

### Wednesday, December 7

further discussed p.317 problems;

discussed/demonstrated verifying other identities;

p.324 #2-12, 20-24 even

### Tuesday, December 6

discussed p.317 problems;

continue working on p.317 #2-14, 18-24 even;

read 320-323

### Monday, December 5

discussed Thursday’s test;

briefly discussed trigonometric identities;

begin working on p.317 #2-14, 18-24 even

### Friday, December 2

no class, due to music tour

### Thursday, December 1

test 4;

read: pp.311-316 (trigonometric identities)

### Wednesday, November 30

discussed quiz 4.2;

look over p. 307 for review;

test 4 on tomorrow

### Tuesday, November 29

quiz 4.2;

look over p. 307 for review;

test 4 on Thursday

### Monday, November 28

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

discussed p. 298;

reviewed inverse trig functions;

quiz tomorrow; test 4 on Thursday

### Friday, November 18

no class today; beginning Thanksgiving break

### Thursday, November 17

reviewed the **law of sines** and the **law of cosines**;

discussed Heron’s formula;

p.298 #4-6, 10-16, 20-24, 28-32, 38-40 even (due Tuesday after Thanksgiving)

### Wednesday, November 16

discussed p. 288-289;

discussed the **law of sines** and the **law of cosines**;

get started on p.298 #2-6, 10-16, 20-24, 28-32, 38-40 even

### Tuesday, November 15

discussed inverse trig functions;

worked problems from the homework problem set;

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

### Monday, November 14

discussed homework on pp.251 & 264;

discussed graphs of other trig functions;

read 280-287 (inverse trigonometric functions)

### Friday, November 11

discussed homework on p.264;

quiz Monday over the first part of chapter 4 (trigonometric ratios)

### Thursday, November 10

discussed graphing sine and cosine;

p.264 #2-18, 30-34 even

### Wednesday, November 9

discussed the unit circle;

p.251 #2-8, 10-16, 26-32, 44-58 even

### Tuesday, November 8

discussed HW on p. 238;

read: 242-250 (the unit circle)

### Monday, November 7

discussed radians and degrees;

discussed circular motion;

p. 238-240 #2-4, 10-18, 28-38, 42 even

### Friday, November 4

discussed problems from p. 227;

read: 231-237 (degrees and radians)

### Thursday, November 3

discussed test 3 from yesterday;

begin working on p.227 #2-14, 20-26, 32-38 even (due Monday)

### Wednesday, November 2

test 3;

read: 220-226 (right-triangle geometry)

### Tuesday, November 1

discussed yesterday’s quiz;

reviewed for tomorrow’s test;

test 3 tomorrow

### Monday, October 31

quiz 3.2;

look over p. 215 in preparation for the test;

test postponed unti Wednesday

### Friday, October 28

discussed regressional analysis with log and exponential functions using Excel;

quiz Monday;

test 3 on Tuesday

### Thursday, October 27

discussed p. 196;

quiz Monday;

test 3 on Tuesday

### Wednesday, October 26

discussed quiz 3.1;

worked examples of solving exponential and logarithmic equations;

p. 196 #2-6, 22-26, 30-34, 49, 50-54, 60-64, 68 even

### Tuesday, October 25

quiz 3.1;

worked examples of solving exponential and logarithmic equations;

read: pp. 190-195 (exponential and logarithmic equations)

### Monday, October 24

discussed homework on p. 185;

discussed problems from mid-chapter review;

quiz tomorrow over first half of chapter 3

### 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 logarithm identities;

worked examples from the problem set;

get started on p.185#2-16, 20-24, 30, 32, 40, 42, 50-54 even

### Thursday, October 13

discussed logarithms;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.178 #2-26 even

### Wednesday, October 12

discussed 166 and exponential applications;

read: 172-177 on logarithms

### Tuesday, October 11

discussed test 2;

defined/discussed exponentials;

worked sample problems from the homework;

p. 166 #2-8, 12-16 even & 22, 24, 36, 37, 39

### Monday, October 10

test 2;

read: 158-165 (exponentials)

### Friday, October 7

discussed quiz on the second half of chapter 2;

reviewed for test;

test 2 on Monday

### Thursday, October 6

quiz on the second half of chapter 2;

test 2 on Monday

### Wednesday, October 5

further discussed non-linear inequalities;

reviewed for quiz;

quiz tomorrow;

test 2 on Friday

### Tuesday, October 4

discussed non-linear inequalities;

p. 145 #2-8, 18-22, 30-34 even

### Monday, October 3

further discussed rational functions problems on p. 138 (due tomorrow);

read pp.141-144 on non-linear inequalities

### Friday, September 30

no class, due to Fall Festival preparation

### Thursday, September 29

discussed yesterday’s quiz;

discussed rational functions and their properties;

p. 138 #2-6, 10-14, 20-26, 32-36 even

### Wednesday, September 28

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

read 130-137 (rational functions)

### Tuesday, September 27

discussed HW on p. 127;

finnish up p.127 #2, 4, 10-14, 18-22, 32-36, 42, 44, 52, 54 even;

quiz tomorrow over what we’ve done so far in chapter 2

### Monday, September 26

discussed techniques for finding zeros of polynomials;

worked examples from the problem set;

p.127 #2, 4, 10-14, 18-22, 32-36, 42, 44, 52, 54 even

### Friday, September 23

discussed p. 115 HW;

discussed a few old techniques for narrowing down the search for factors of polynomials;

read 119-126

### Thursday, September 22

discussed p. 104 HW;

demonstrated long division, synthetic division, and synthetic substitution of polynomials;

p. 115 #2-6, 16, 20-26, 32-36 even

### Wednesday, September 21

discussed general properties of polynomials;

p. 104 #4-8, 12-18, 24-30 even

### Tuesday, September 20

discussed power and radical functions;

read 86-91 (power and radical functions), if you haven’t already;

p. 92 #2-8, 18-24 even

### Monday, September 19

no class, due to seniors at *View Southern*

### Tuesday, September 13

discussed test over chapter 1;

discussed power and radical functions

### Monday, September 12

test over chapter 1;

read 86-91 (power and radical functions)

### Friday, September 9

student going on the Boundary Waters Canoe Adventure took test over chapter 1;

discussed quiz on latter part of chapter 1;

reviewed chapter 1;

test on chapter 1 Monday

### Thursday, September 8

quiz on latter part of chapter 1;

reviewed chapter 1;

test on chapter 1 Monday

### Wednesday, September 7

discussed p.70 HW;

reviewed what we’ve been doing recently;

quiz tomorrow

### Tuesday, September 6

discussed p.61 HW;

discussed inverse functions;

p. 70# 2-12, 14-20 even

### Monday, September 5

discussed p.52 HW;

discussed arithmetic with functions;

discussed function composition;

p. 61 # 2-8, 16-32 even

### Friday, September 2

discussed yesterday’s quiz over what we’ve done so far in chapter 1;

discussed parent functions and transformations;

p. 52 # 2-10, 20, 22, 32-36 even

### Thursday, September 1

quiz over what we’ve done so far in chapter 1;

read pp. 45-51

### Wednesday, August 31

discussed HW;

discussed mid-chapter quiz on p. 44;

quiz tomorrow on what we’ve done so far in chapter 1

### Tuesday, August 30

discussed extremes and average rates of change;

worked problems from the homework set;

p. 40 #2-8, 12-16, 34-38 even

### Monday, August 29

continued discussing limit, continuity, and end-behavior;

read pp 34-39

### Friday, August 26

discussed limits & continuity;

worked examples from the HW set;

p. 30 #2-10, 14, 16, 22-28 even

### Thursday, August 25

reviewed describing domains and ranges using various methods;

p.19 #10-28 even

### Wednesday, August 24

discussed HW (p. 9-11);

read pp. 13-18

### Tuesday, August 23

reviewed the concept and properties of a function;

worked examples from the homework set;

pp. 9-11 #2-10, 18-28, 30-32, 40-44, 48, 50 even

### Monday, August 22

discussed homework on P37 (due tomorrow);

discussed the concept and properties of a function;

read p. 4-8 (functions)

### Friday, August 19

(no class, due to Senior Retreat)

### Thursday, August 18

discussed measures of central tendency and measures of spread;

worked examples from the homework set;

read over P32-P36;

P37 #2-10 even

### Wednesday, August 17

discussed permutations and combinations;

worked various examples;

P31 #2-20 even

### Tuesday, August 16

discussed HW on P17;

reviewed former discussion of systems of equations and inequalities;

reviewed matrix operations;

briefly discussed permutations and combinations;

read pp. P28-P30 (combinations and permutations)

### Monday, August 15

discussed HW on P13;

discussed properties of nth roots;

worked examples of simplifying expressions involving nth roots;

p. P17 #2-22 even

### Friday, August 12

discussed HW on P8;

discussed properties of quadratic equations;

discussed solving quadratic equations;

p. P13 #8, 10, 16, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42, 46

### Thursday, August 11

discussed operations with complex numbers;

p. P8 #2-32, 38-42 even

### Wednesday, August 10

discussed pretest;

briefly discussed set notation and set operations

p. P5 #2-30 even

### Tuesday, August 9

did pretest;

read: pp. P3-P4

### Monday, August 8

passed out textbooks; explained course content;

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

pretest tomorrow