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Due May 19: Page 677: 22-24; 26,30,32; Page 682: 9-11; 14a; 


Due May 18: Page 647-648: 32,39, 42, 57,58; Page 657-658: 4, 5, 39, 50,58


Due May 16: Page 638-639: 34,38, 56, 66, 76, 86,105,108; Page 647: 11,12,18,19, 24-26


Due May 15: pg 669-672:  1,2, 13, 16, 20,59, 67-72; 95-98(read example 7 on page 668), 107  


Due May 10: For sophomores and juniors only: Page 724-725: 95,97, 101,102,106. We have a quiz on 8.7, 10.1,10.2, 10.3


May 8: This homework is for sophomores and juniors only: Page 724-725: 86, 89, 92, 93, 96, 100


May 5: Page 722-723: 26, 35,36,40 (35-36 no calc; 40 calc OK), 42, 50(no calc), ;64, 68, 70, 74-80(evens) 


May 4: Page 702-703: 60,67; Page 711-713: 60,64,72, 78, 82


May 2: Page 613-614: 25,29, 32, 35,39, 42,44 


May 1: No Homework


April 28: TRIGONOMETRY UNIT TEST 1


Due April 26: Graph paper: Page 580: 28, 38, 52,54-Draw only one period for each.


Due April 25: Complete Problems 2 and 4 on your worksheet and page 568-569: 69, 76 a,b. 


Due April 24: Complete your two worksheets on graphs of sine and cosine functions.


Due April 6: On a graph paper: Page 566: 9-20; 41-44


Due April 5: We have quiz on all assignments covered from March 24 to April 3. On a graph paper: Page 566: 33, 36, 37, 40 - For each problem, draw one period.    


Due April 3: Page605: 109-114 (calculator) and complete your class worksheet.


Due March 31: Page 591-593: 22,28,30, 56,96, 100-102, 108-110, 116


Due March 29: Complete your class worksheets. Page 553: 75-80; Page 592: 66-76(evens)


Due March 27: Complete your unit circle exploration worksheet and Page 591: 4, 7, 20  


Due March 24: We have a quiz on 8.1. Study problems: Page 540-543: 87-92; 109-113; 120-134; Coterminal and reference angle problems. 


Due March 22: Complete your class worksheets on angular and linear speed problems.


Due March 21: Page 540-542: 90, 92, 118, 120-123, 124, 126


Due March 20: Page 538-540: 1-6; 46-52(evens); 62-72(evens); Page 603: 46-56(evens)


Due March 16: No Homework


MIDTERM: MARCH 15, 2017


Due March 15: You can use calculator only for problem 3!!!!!!Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Project



Due March 10: Page 375-378: 5, 11, 14, 18, 24, 29-32,38, 42, 49



Due March 9: Complete your class worksheet on exponential growth on a seperate paper. Page 788-790: 22, 30, 49,50, 68,70,71 


Due March 7: Complete your class worksheet - exponential decay-growth- constant percent on a seperate sheet.


Due March 6: We have a quiz on logarithmic and exponential equations. Complete your class worksheet: Review of exponential and logarithmic equations. Study problems: Page 367-368: 45-56; 63-74; 75-86; page 388: 62-75 and any problem on your class worksheet or solved problems in class.


Due March 1: Page 367-368: 46-56(evens); 68-74(evens); 76,77 We will also grade February 27 assignment today.


Due February 28: Page 367: 33-44


February 27: Page 360: 57-60; 66-68; Page 366-367: 2-8(evens); 16a, 17a, 22a, 27a

We have a quiz on exponential functions. 

Topics: Identify range, HA, growth vs decay from equation, graphing exponential functions, writing equations of exponential function graphs, inverse operations, exponential equations type 1 and type 2, compound interest and continuous interest models


February 23: on a graph paper: page 359: 16-24(evens); 31-38; 41, 46,48,49


February 22: Page 349-350: 20-30(evens); 35-44; 78-80;86,90,92,98


February 17: We have a class drill on calculus skills. Page 340: 48-58(evens); 72, 76; Page 349: 1 and 2


February 16: Please complete your graphs on the graph paper and Page 339-340: 32-36 (you do not need to graph them); 37,38 


February 14: Complete your calculus skills worksheet.


February 10: Study for the test. 


Due February 8: Complete your study guide Part 1-Rational functions.


Due February 7: Complete your application worksheet. Page 307-309: 10, 12, 14, 20-28(evens), 33a, 44a, 73 a-f We have a quiz today. 


Due February 2: pg310: 75-78


Rational Function Project Due February 3.


Due January 30: Page 300: 79-81; Page 316: 54-60


Due January 26: Page 298: 2-20(evens) and prepare for your quiz-rational equations, inequalities and application problems.


Due January 25: Complete your class worksheet. Page 289-290: 89, 91, 98,100,102, and 10(reviewing basic concepts)


Due January 23: Page 288-289: 72,73,76,80,81-86, 88,90,97




Due January 20: Complete your classroom worksheets on rational inequalities.


Due January 19: Page 286: Just do the parts a and b for the following problems: 32,33,35,36,38


Due January 17: Page 285: 14, 16,17,26-30; complete your 'writing equations of rational graphs' worksheet; study for your quiz: graphing rational functions, identifying the intercepts, point discontinuities and asymptotes and writing the equation of the graph. 



Due January 13: On a graph paper: Page 273: 38, 39,41,42,58,64


Due January 11: Page 272: 1-8; 11,12,15-21


Due June 5: Complete your class worksheets on limits. Study for your final: tests and projects


Due June 2: Complete your class worksheets and page 850: 24,27 (both problems solve algebraically no graph or table); 42, 44, 47-50


Due May 31: Page 842-843: 20-36(evens); Page 849: 1,2, 7-12

Trigonometry Application Project: Due May 31Attention: There is an error in problem 5-the equation must be r = 4sin theta


Trigonometry Unit test 2-May 25


Due May 23: Page 748: 15, 21,22, 27, 29,30, 56-62(evens). Do not sketch.


Due May 22: Complete your projectile worksheet. 


Due August 6: Complete your worksheet - 'Introducing Interval Notation' and Interval notation application.pdf

Due August 7: Complete your worksheet - 'Introducing Interval Notation' and 'Basic Concepts anout Linear Functions' ; page 32-33: 49-56; 58-66 (evens); 67-70; page 42: 12-18(evens) HPC Assignment 1.pdf:I don't have page 33. Sorry. Just iuse the first 2 pages of this scanned document.

Due August 11: Page 33: 82-84; page 43: 50-57 Here are the pages: 1.3 1.4 Assignment for P1.pdf

Due August 12: Page 44: 61,62 and complete your class worksheet.

Due August 14: Page 44-45: 64, 66, 70a,d; 72; page 46: 6-8; 9c,d  

Due August 17: Page 58-60: 27-29, 63-74, 95,96, 98-104(evens)

Due August 19:  page 71: 66-74; page 72: 4-10

Due August 20: 2 worksheets - Formulas and linear functions

Due August 24: No homework. Please go over the concepts of Chapter 1. Solve the problems on your study guide.

Due August 25: Read lesson 2.1 pp82-92; page 92-93: 1-10; 17-22 

Due August 27: We will be grading August 25 assignment today. Complete your worksheet: Exploration of parent functions.pdf ; Page 93-95: 15, 16, 48-64 (evens)

Due August 31: Page 99-100: 1-10; 11-19; 51-53 and complete your class worksheets.

Due September 1: On a graph paper: pg 101: 32-42 (evens); 43-46; 48, 50

Due September 3: Page 111-112: 23-34;52, 53 and complete your class worksheets.

Due September 9: On a graph paper: Page 112-113: 39-46, 57, 60 : For each graph, identify first the transformations in proper order and then, analyze the changes in x and y coordinates numerically and finally graph it after you complete the x-y table. On a separate paper: Page 113: 70-74; Page 115-116: 1-3, 5,8-10

Due September 11: Complete your class worksheets on transformations.

Due September 14: Complete the last page:Absolute value transformation worksheet.pdf and Complete problem #10 and last page: Transformations on graphs.pdf Transformation quiz: September 16

Due September 16: Function Transformations Graphs.pdf: On a graph paper: 9c,d,f; 11b,c;4,5,6 We have a quiz!!!!!

Due September 17: page 144-146: 2-14(evens); 32, 34, 38, 48, 51, 52

Due September 21:Domains of composite functions worksheet.pdf and Read example 9 on page 143. Page 147-148: 91, 92, 94-96

Due September 22: Complete your class worksheet.

Due September 24: Page 327-330: 27-36;62-78(evens); 119-122

Due September 28: Work on your projects. They are due September 29. We have a test on 10/1/15. Complete: Page 154: 1-18; 31, 39-44

Due September 29: Complete your projects.

Due October 1: Study for your test: Symmetry, parent function characteristics, even-odd functions, transformations, composite functions-evaluations, applications and domain, inverse functions.

Due October 2: Read lesson 2.5 pp126-131; Page 132: 1-4

Due October 6: Page 133: 14-20 on a graph paper - for each graph identify range, increasing-decreasing intervals, positive-negative intervals; 7, 8, 21-24

Due October 7: Page 134: 33-38 Please don't forget the domain and range.

Due October 9: Complete your class worksheets on piecewise graphs and piecewise explorations.

Due October 12: Page 114: 89-94: First find the absolute value equation for each graph. Then, write each function as a piecewise function. Page 124: 29-37; 48-51;54-59

Due October 14: Start on your projects. Page 125: 67-71; 83-88

Due October 15: Work on your projects. We have a quiz on absolute value and piecewise functions today.

Due October 19: Complete your projects. Page 165-166: 67-71; 76, 80, 100-102

Due October 22: Page 175-176: 6-14(evens - part a only); 18, 24, 31-32 (part a only - use vertex formula given on page 170), 41-44; page 403: 58-64 (evens); 100 and 110 - write the vertex, axis, domain, range, focus and directrix - do not graph)

Due October 30 (or if no school that day, November 2): Print out and complete: Parabola Review Paper.pdf: Please add the following problems to this assignment page 190: 62-66(evens); 81-94. We have a midterm on 11/3. Here is your study guide: Midterm study guide.pdf Print out and review for your midterm.

Due November 5: Page 197-199: 14, 17, 21, 26, 31, 33, 42  Read section 3.4 pp192-196 all examples.

Due November 6: Page 189-190: 22,26,28, 32,49, 55, 73,74, 95a, 96b, 97b, 98a, 100b  

Due November 10: Print out and complete: Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.doc ; page 191: 107, 112, 114-118 (read example 8 on page 188)

Due November 12: Page 401-404:On a graph paper: 1-8; 16-18; 47-50; 58-64(evens); 91, 92, 103-106 and 112(graph)

Due November 13: We have a quiz on parabola and circles. Study your parabola review paper and homework assignments. Your ellipse homework will be given for the weekend.

Due November 17: Page 404: 122-124 (read example 10 on page 401); page 414: 34-38; 39-41: you graph them after you convert them to standard form ; Here is the ellipse formula sheet: ELLIPSES.pdf: I highly recommend that you print out the first page.DO NOT SOLVE ANY PROBLEMS ON IT. 

Due November 18: Page 415: On a graph paper: Graph and determine vertices,center, foci, equations of oblique asymptotes for problems: 77, 79, 80, 83; 

Due November 20: We have a quiz on friday on ellipses and hyperbola.Complete your worksheets given in class.Here is your resource on hyperbola: hyperbola.pdf

Due November 30: Complete your class worksheets on quadratic systems. Page 415: 66-80 (evens) and print out and complete: Conics review.pdf

Due December 2: Read lesson 3.5pp201-209; page 210-211: 1-8(all); 10-20(evens); 33-36(all)

Due December 3:   Page 210-212: 1-8;  59,64,and 65(You need to use your graphing calculator for these 3 problems)

Due December 7: Complete your class worksheets.Page 223-224: 24-30 (evens-use synthetic division) and 82-88(evens-use long division)

Due December 8: Page 211: 37-46; Page 222-224: 9-11; 35,36,48,52, 61,62,70, 72-74 (read page 220: example 7 part a for 72-74)

Due December 10: Page 234-235: 53-56; 85,86; Page 242-243: 10-12; 15-18;

Due December 11: Please complete your study guides and work on your binders.

ue January 5: Please print out and complete: Calculus Skills Worksheet I revised.docx  and Page 244-245: 65(calc OK for parts c and d); 66a-c(no calculator); 68(determine the area function in terms of x, then graph it on your calculator. Remember: x > 0); Page 246: 8 (calculator required)

Due January 6: Please complete your bookwork that was due January 5.

Due January 8: Please print out and complete: P1 Polynomial Review.pdf  and work on your projects.

Due January 11: Please complete your problems on your study guide and complete your projects. Some of the problems on your study guide are about the topics we did today in class so it is absolutely necessary that you complete your study guides.  Remember: Polynomial Projects are due January 11 and our test is on January 13.

Due January 13: Test on polynomial functions. Please study.

Due January 14: No Homework (Thank you, President!!!!!!!!!!!!)

Due January 19: Read section 4.1: page 256-260; page 261-262: 1-16;35-38; Read lesson 4.2: page262-271; page 272: 1-8; 10-20(evens)

Due January 20: On a graph paper: page273-275:34,35,38-41,44 and find the equation of oblique(slant) asymptote of 76 and 94

Due January 22: On the same graph paper that you used for January 20 homework: page 273: 57-60;63,64,69-71 

Due January 25: Complete your class worksheets:graphs of rational functions and equations.pdf and  page 274: 83-86;  page 285: 14,17, 18, 26-28,34a,37a,

Due January 27: Page 287: 58-60; 64 + class worksheet + complete your January 25 homework.

Due January 28: Page 285-287: 23,24,29,30; read example 5 on page 280and solve page 287: 67-69

Due February 1: page 288-290: 72,75,78,80,84, 86, 89-91 (round your answers to the nearest tenths), 96-98(for these problems, read example 10 on page 284) and also we have a quiz on rational equations and inequalities today.

Due February 2: We have a quiz today: 3 applications; 1 equation; 1 inequality; 1 graph-writing equation; start working on your projects.

Due February 4: IMPORTANT CHANGE ON PROJECT PROBLEM #5: THE CAN IS A CLOSED CAN WITH VOLUME OF 1000 CM³. PLEASE CROSS OUT '4 CUBIC FEET' AND 'OPEN-TOP'. Also read lesson 4.4: pp291-298 and solve the following problems: page 298-301: 11-20,74,75,79-81,92.

Due February 5: Projects are due.

Due February 9: Page 307-310: 7-10; 14, 25-30, 75,77,78 and complete your class worksheet. 

February 10: Test on Chapter 4. Review your study  guides.

Due February 12: No Homework

Due February 16:page 340-341:  Graph paper: 38, 40, 42, 44, 50-56, 74,76; page 349-350: 2, 23-25, 27-30

Due February 18: page 366-368: 1-7; 16, 17, 40-56(evens); 75-78, 86

Due February 19:On a graph page 359: 31-38; 39, 46,47,50(just graph these 3 problems); Find the inverse functions for: page 359-360: 48,49,58,60 .

 Due February 23: 1. Complete your graph worksheets: Remember- for problems 1-8 on second page, you state whether the function is growth or decay and the equation of the horizontal asymptote. Then, you match the equations with graphs. Also, you need to graph the 5 functions circled on the second page on a graph paper. 2. Page 359-360: 16-23, 65(calculator OK),66(calculator OK) (For part b, you need to solve for L and give an accurate answer- no estimation. First solve for L, then use calculator to state its value.)  Page 368: 82,84,105-107

 Due February 24: Complete your class worksheet. Use a separate sheet.

Due February 26: page 376-379: 8-10; 13,14, 17,20, 26, 30-32,36, 42,  49, 50b and c

Project: Project on Exponential and Logarithmic functions revised.docx  Due date: March 9. Study guide: Exponential and logarithmic functions study guide.pdf

Due March 9: Projects are due and you have a test today. Complete your study guides.

Due March 10: No Homework

Due March 14: Page 539-540: 62-72(evens); 110,111,119,120,124 and print out and complete: Honors Precalculus Midterm Study Guide second semester.docx

March 15: Midterm

Due March 17: Complete your class worksheets on linear and angular speeds.

Due March 21: Complete your unit circle worksheets given in class. Page 592: 66-76(evens); Page 603: 46-49; 52-56(evens) 

Due March 22: Please complete your March 21 assignment and complete the problems 1-10 on the second page of the handout: Evaluating trig functions for special angles no calculator.pdf

Due March 24Trigonometric evaluations workout.pdf Please print it out and complete it with no calculator, unit circle or table.and page 604: 81b, 82b, 83b, 85b, 86b, 87-92. We have a quiz today on 8.1 concepts - linear, angular velocities and arc length and sector area.

Due April 4: Print out and complete: Trigonometric equations workout 2.pdf Page 591-592: 8, 20, 56,57, 101,103,104; Page 613: 26-32(all)

Due April 6: Page 614-615: 35,36,38, 39, 45-47 

Due April 7: We have a quiz on trigonometric evaluations and equations (20-25 min); Read Lesson 10.1 page 692-695; page 700-701: 11,12,14, 57-60; Read lesson 10.2 on page 704-709. Write down all formulas in this section in your notebook.

Due April 11: Complete your class handout problems section. Page 712-713: 60,61, 68-72

Due April 12: Page 713: 77-80; On a graph paper: Draw one period only-page 566: 32-35

Due April 14: On a graph paper: page 566-567: 9-20; 40-42; 53,55; Read lesson 8.3(p554-565) before you start.

Due April 15: Complete your class worksheets on equations. Page 567: 59-68 

Due April 19: On a graph paper: Page 580: 33-36; and print out and complete:Writing equations of sinusoidal graphs assignment.pdf  Also, complete problem 2 on the class handout on applications.

Due April 20: On a graph paper: page 580: 52,53,61,62; handout on modeling problems: 1, 4, and 5(more sinusoidal word problems page): use cosine for #1 and #4 and sine for #5. no calculator except 5d. We have a drill on graphing sine, cosine, secant and cosecant functions. 

Due April 25: read section 9.4 page 660-669. page 669-671: 1, 2, 12,13, 15-18, 61,62, 70-72

Due April 26: We have a quiz on graphs - sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant,  cosecant, inverse sine, inverse cosine and inverse tangent functions, writing equation of a sinusoidal function and a modeling problem. Page 670-671: 20-28, 96-101. On a graph paper: Graph:  1. y = arccos(3x) and 2.     y = arctan(x/3)  . We will also grade April 25 assignment. 

Due April 28: Read lesson 9.1. Page 638-639: 31-38;40-54(evens)

Due May 2: Page 639-640: 74-88(evens), 113,114 Study guide for may 5 test: TRIGONOMETRY UNIT TEST STUDY GUIDE.docx I will provide some suggested problems on Monday.

May 4: Study Guide HW:  Page 647-648: 30-38; 44-46; 55-58; Page 657-658: 1-6; 50, 53,59  

May 5: UNIT TEST ON TRIGONOMETRY  

May 9: Read lesson 9.5 on page 673-677; page 677: 2-14(evens); 25-30 (part a only) 

May 10: Page 682-684: 6-11, 13a,18a,27,30-32 We will also grade May 9 assignment.

Due May 12: Page 722-723: 18-36(evens- no calculator) , 62,66,73,74  Study for your quiz on 9.5-9.6 equations.

 Due May 13: Page 723-724: 42, 49, 50 , 67,70,77,78 (No calculator except 42); 94-97: Draw vector diagrams and read Examples 8 and 9 on page 720 before you solve them.

Due May 17: Page 724-725: 85,86,89,93,100,101; page 429: 20-28(evens); Page 755-756: 2-6(evens);

Due May 18: Complete the problems 4 and 5 in your projectile worksheet. Page 756-757: 38-40(a and c only for these problems); 42 

May 20: Test 2 on Trigonometry :  Inclined plane problem; bearing problems; solving trig equations; verifying trig identities; vector operations; parametric functions; projectile problem 

TRIGONOMETRY PROJECT:Trigonometry Applications Project.pdf DUE MAY 25!!!!! 

Due May 25: Page 835: 1-16; Page 849: 1-3 and complete your class worksheets.

Due May 26: Complete your May 25 assignment. Page 842: 20-30(evens); 35-38; 41-46

Due June 1: Complete your study guide problems. Complete your class worksheets. Page 852: 1-10 

Due June 2: Complete your study guide problems on a separate sheet.We have a quiz on limits today. 

Due June 6: Complete your study guides on a separate sheet. Print out : HPC Final Study Guide.pdf DON'TFORGET WE HAVE AFTER SCHOOL REVIEW MEETING STARTING AT 3 PM. 

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