St.Genevieve's Math Department 

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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. Also, do not forget to bring your May 31 homework on Thursday, June 1.



Due May 31: Page 842-843: 24-36(evens),41-44; Page 849: 1,2, 7-12 


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


Trigonometry Unit test 2-May 24




Due May 23: Please complete your projectile worksheet. Read page 741-747.


Due May 22: Page 677: 14-16; 20-24; Page 682-683: 7, 9-11, 14a, 27, 32


Due May 18: Page 647-648: 6, 13, 22, 32,40, 48, 56,60; page 657: 4, 10, 18,50,58


Due May 16: Page 638-639: 38,55, 56,62, 68, 70, 78,82, 96,108


Due May 15: pg 669-672:  1,2, 13, 16, 20,59, 67-72; 95-98; We have a quiz on 8.7, 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3. Please study your homework assignments. Suggested study problems: Page 613-615: 29,35, 39,45-48; Page 702-703: 67-69; Page 712-713: 60,64,65,68-70; 77-84; Page 722-725: 34-44; 49,50, 62-80; 85-87; 89-92; 94-97; 99-106  



Due May 9: For sophomores and juniors only: Page 724-725: 86,88, 92, 96, 100,101,106


Due May 8:  Page 722-723: 26, 35,36,40 (35-36 no calc; 40 calc OK), 42, 50(no calc), ;64, 68, 70, 74-80(evens); also you need to complete your homework for May 5. I will collect that one. 


Due May 5: Page 613-614: 25,29,35,39,42; Page 702-703: 60,67 ;Page 711-713: 60,64,72,78,82; 


Due May 3: No Homework


Trigonometry Unit Test I - May 2,2017


Due May 1: Complete your study guide - 3 problems and graph-equation worksheet. 


Due April 27: Graph paper: Page 580: 28, 38, 52,54-Draw only one period for each. 


Due April 26: 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 7: On a graph paper: Page 566: 9-20; 41-44 


Due April 6: We have quiz on all assignments covered from March 24 to April 4. On a graph paper: Page 566: 33, 36, 38, 40 - For each problem, draw one period 



Due April 4: Page605: 109-114 (calculator) and complete your class worksheet. Please use a seperate sheet.  



Due April 3: Page 591-593: 22,28,30, 56,96, 100-103, 108-110, 115, 116



Due March 30: Complete your class worksheets on trig ratios.


Due March 29: Complete your unit circle exploration worksheet. We will grade the book-work for March 27 today.  Page 553: 75-80; Page 592: 66-76(evens)(Use your findings on the back page of the exploration assignment to answer those questions.)


Due March 27: We have a quiz on 8.1. Study problems: Page 540-543: 87-92; 109-113; 120-134; Coterminal and reference angle problems. Complete your class worksheet on unit circle exploration. Page 591: 4, 7, 20  


Due March 23: Complete your class worksheets. Quiz is postponed to Monday. 


Due March 22: Page 541-543: 110-112, 127, 128, 130, 131, 133,134 We will also grade March 20 assignment.


Due March 20: Page 539-541: 46-52(evens); 62-72(evens);92,  122-126; page 602: 46-56(evens)-all reference angles in degrees. 


Due March 17:  Project on exponential and logarithmic functions. Work on your projects and midterm study guide.


MIDTERM: MARCH 16,2017



Due March 13: Page 375-379: 10, 11, 13,18, 30-32, 38, 49; Page 788-790: 8, 31, 50, 67-70  Print out: Exponential and logarithmic functions study guide


Due March 10: Complete your class worksheet on exponential growth on a seperate paper. 


Due March 8: 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 2: Page 367-368: 46-56(evens); 68-74(evens); 76,77 


Due March 1: Page 367: 33-44


February 28: Page 360: 66-68; Page 366-367: 1-8; 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




Due February 24: On a graph paper: Page 359-360: 18-24; 31-38; 42,43, 47,49, 58-60


Due February 23: Page 350: 35-44; 77-80; 82-92(evens)


Due February 21: Page 339-340: 48-58(evens) 72;76; Page 349: 2; 20-30(evens);WE HAVE A CLASS DRILL ON CALCULUS SKILLS.  


Due February 17: Please complete your graphs on the graph paper and Page 339-340: 32-36 (you do not need to graph them); 37,38  


Due February 15: Complete your class worksheet on calculus skills.


Due February 9: Please complete your study guide for rational functions.


Due February 8: Complete your class worksheets on root applications. Complete your February 3 assignment. Page 309-311: 73a-f; 8,10 (these 2 problems or on page 311-reviewing basic concepts)


Due February 3: Page 308-310: 37a, 43-46 (part a only); 76-78 We have a quiz on rational exponents and equations involving root and power functions.


Due February 2: Page 307-308: 10, 20, 21, 22-24; 27-30


Due January 31: Work on your projects.Rational Function Project Due February 2. 


Due January 27: Page 298-300: 2-20(evens); 79-81


Due January 26: Complete your class worksheet and page 289-290: 93, 96, 98,100, 101


Due January 24: Page 287-288: 68, 72, 75, 80, 88-91


Due January 23: Page 286-287: 34b, 37c,54,58-60,63 and complete your classroom worksheet on rational inequalities.


Due January 20: Page 285-286: 13-18; 26-30;36,38


Due January 18: Complete your class worksheet on writing equations of graphs. We have a quiz on graphing rational functions and the properties of rational functions.


Due January 17: On a graph paper: Page 273: 38,39,41-43,47,60,63-65. For each problem make sure that compute all asymptotes and intercepts.


Due January 12: Page 272: 1-8; 10-16(evens); 17-21

 


Due January 9: No Homework.Enjoy your vacation.


December 21: FINAL


December 16: Review Packet



Due December 15: Extra Credit Activity. Work on your study guide checklist.


Due December 13: Quiz on Hyperbola, 1/x functions and conic equations


Due December 12: On a graph paper: Page 262: 35-38; 42,44,45 (just sketch them, identify the asymptotes); Page 446: 66-68; 73-76

Study Guide for the Final: Study Guide for the Final

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DUE DECEMBER 9: READ LESSON 4.1-PAGE 256-260; ON A GRAPH PAPER:PAGE 261-262: 2-8 (EVENS); 9-16; 25,26,34, 35-38

 

DUE DECEMBER 7: PAGE 415: 68-76(EVENS)



Due August 2,2012: pg32-33: 60-62;81-86

Due August 7,2012: pg 44: 62-72 (evens)  and page 46: Reviewing basic concepts 1-9

Due August 10,2012: Page 67-71: 17,18,23,24,35,36,38,44,46,55,56,70,74

Due August 14,2012: Complete your SAT worksheets on functions.

Due August 20,2012: pp93-95: 14-42(evens);48-60(evens); 65,66

Due August 27,2012: Pg101: Sketch on graph paper 32-42 evens; on page 102: 54-64 (all)

Due August 29,2012: Pg 111: 1-8;23-34

Due September 4,2012: Page 122-126 Problems 7-9; 14, 15, 22, 28, 30, 50-58(evens), 70(a), 74(a), 84, 87, 88, 90, 92

Due September 6,2012: Page 132-134: 2, 4, 7, 8, 17, 20, 21-24

Due September 11,2012: Page 133-136:   33-38;, 49,  51, 55, 57 and problem 18: Sketch the graph; find its domain, range, increasing, decreasing and constant intervals; x- and y-intercepts.

Due September 14, 2012: Study Guide Chapter 2 test on page 157-158

Due September 17,2012: Read lesson 3.1 on pages 160-164. Page 165-166: 27-30, 52, 58-68 (evens); 80, 84, 100, 104

Due September 19,2012: page 175-177  Problems 10-24(evens); 41-48; 55, 59,60. For problems 59 and 60, read pages 173-174.

Due September 20,2012: page 176-177  56, 58,61,62

Due September 25,2012: Complete your curve fitting handout. Page 178: 66-68; Read lesson 3.3. Page 189-190: Problems 1-12; 81-94. 

Due September 26: Page 189-190:  36-60(evens). Instructions: For all problems, put all terms on the same side to make sure that you have zero on the other side. The only exception is those problems where you use the square-root method. For each trinomial, make sure that 'a' is positive and use LCD method to get rid of fractions. Calculate for each equation the value of discriminant. If the discriminant is not a perfect square or zero, use quadratic equation and leave your answers in simplified radical form.  

Due September 28:Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.doc

Due October 2: Complete your calculus skills worksheet and page 191: 112-118(all), 120, 122, 123

Due October 3: Read examples 2,3, and 4 on lesson 3.4. pg 196-197: 9-14; 16-18

Due October 5: 21, 22, 26,27,29,30,32,37,42

Due October 9: pg210-212: 1-8;33-36; 47-54; 60-66 (evens- use your calculator for these problems).

Due October 11: Read section 3.6. pg223-224: 24-38(evens); 55-60(all) and 71-73(all)

Due October 12: pg 233-234: 32-36(evens), 37, 38 (all these problems on a separate graph paper); pg 235: 85, 86

Due October 22: Read Lesson 4.1; Page 261-262: 1-16; 35-38. Study the characteristics of 1/x and 1/x² functions. Short answer:  What are the equations of horizontal and vertical asymptotes for the graphs      y = (1/(x - 2))+3            and y = (2/(x+1)² )- 4?   . Don't forget to study for your midterm part II.

Due October 24:Rational Functions Profile final.doc Complete the second page of the attached document. Page 262: Sketch 42-46; Page 272-273: 17, 19-24, 27 and 66-67 (just find x-and y-intercepts and vertical asymptotes and holes if any)

Due October 30 : pg272-1-8; 18, 42-60(evens): Find vertical, horizontal or slant asymptotes (if any), the x-and y-intercepts for each of these functions. Do not graph them.

Due November 1,2012: Graph on a graph paper. Page 273:  37-41;45-47; 63-66 GRAPHING RATIONAL FUNCTIONS guidelines.doc

Due November 5,2012: Complete your worksheet and page 274: 84-86

Due November 8,2012: pg 287: 53-60; 67-70

Due November 9, 2012: pg 289: 79-80;87-93 and pg 300:  73-81

Due November 12,2012: Page 298: 10-20;  read example 7 on page 295-296 and then solve 92 and 95 on page 301;page 307: 8-10; 26-29; Read example 8 on page 306 and solve 75 and 76 on page 310.

Due November 14,2012: page 310: 77-78; page 315-316: 41-44 - for problems 42-44 read example 10 on page 284 and the definition of rate of work on page 283; 78-84; Find the domain of f(x) = 2/sqrt(9-4x²); sketch sqrt(25-x²) and find its area;pg 899: 61-67; pg 885: 10 and 12; 86 and 87. 

Due November 26 Honors Precalculus Project assignment 2 (2012-2013).pdf ; Project 2 Instructions.doc and Inverse functions concept development paper revised.doc

Due November 27: Read lesson 5.2; Page 327-328: 39; 70-78 (evens); 81-84;87-90; pg340: 47-54

Due November 29 Honors Precalculus Exponential equations type 1 and 2 review.pdf:and on a graph paper: 37, 38, 40, 41, and 43. On the same paper: 75 and 76 on page 341(Read page 336-338. Examples 8 and 9 are helpful.)

Due November 30: Page 349-350: 2-44 (evens)

Due 12/4: pg350: 82-100(evens); pg 351: 1-10 (reviewing basic concepts); page 358: 1-8 after you read the lesson 5.4. ALSO WE HAVE A MIDCHAPTER (5)  QUIZ ON TUESDAY. 

Due 12/5: Read example 2 on page 354. Page 359-360: 16-24; on a graph paper: 25,26, 46 (read examples 1 and 3 on pages 352 and 355); 57-60. Read Lesson 5.5.

Due 12/7: Read lesson 5.5. Page367  Problems: 9-11;27-29;39-47

Due 12/10: Page 368: 76-86(evens) in your homework notebook and page 369: 1-10 on a separate sheet.

Chapter 5 Test study guide: Page 376-379: 5, 13 c, 14, 41, 42, 43; Page 383: 54-68 (evens); Page 387-389: 13-16; 23-25; 27-29 (a only);37-42; 43-48;55-58; 62-72(evens); chapter test on page 390. You don't need to solve all problems. Just make sure you know what to do when you see them. Tomorrow, we meet during lunch in my room. You are responsible for all sections of chapter 5. Read page 384-386 for concept summary.   

Study guide for Final, due December 17: Study Guide For Honors Precalculus Final.doc

Due January 7: Honors Precalculus Exponential and logarithmic functions review.pdf and Completing the square technique review.pdf  Both assignments are on a separate sheet. On completing the square technique, please read the model presented on top of the page of the problem set. To identify the type of conic, read the second page attached to that handout for the rules. Identify the type of the conic before you convert them into standard form!!!!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!! 

Due January 9: Page 402-403: 10, 16, 18, 22, 26, 34, 38, 47, 50, 54 Read lesson 6.1.  Answer 1-8 on page 401.

Due January 10: page 403: 85-92; 96, 100, 110-113; All problems on a graph sheet. You need to use completing the square technique to graph problems 100, 110-113. Read examples 7-9 on pages 399-400 for graphing purposes.

Due January 14: Page 403-404: 68-74 (evens)  and 122-124.  Please complete this homework on the same graph paper that you did for homework due today. We have a quiz on Monday on circles and parabolas.

Due January 15: Read lesson 6.2 on pages 405-409. Focus on examples 1-4. Page 414: 17, 22, 39-44

Due January 17: Page 414-416:24-36 (evens), 95 ;  page 435: 6

Due January 18: Page 415: 68-74 (evens) and graph 78 and 80. All problems are on a graph paper. Label the vertices, foci, center and the asymptotes on your graphs.

Due January 23 : Conics STA HPC.pdf -Show all your work. No work no credit.  ;January 18 homework extended due January 23. Page 423-424: 10-12; 16-24(evens): use completing the square technique to check whether it exists. ;55-57. 

Due January 25: On a graph paper: 1-6 on page 428. On the same paper: page 428-429: 14-28 (evens)

Due January 28: page 429: 30-38 (evens) ; 43, 44,46,49,50

Due February 5: Page 430: Reviewing the basic concepts: 1-12; Read Lesson 7.7 page503-508. Page 509: 21-30; on a graph paper: page 510: 36-38; 45, 48, 50, 54 

Due February 6: No homework. Please turn in your homework due February 5 on Friday. I posted on the board the homework for Friday February 8. You need to read lesson 7.1. Graphical solutions on the calculator. Use the examples on non-linear systems in 7.1 to solve the problems analytically.

Due February 8: pg 446-447: 65-74; 89. 95

Due February 11: pg 446:  75-84 Class drill on Monday on partial fractions, inequality systems, solving non-linear systems of equations algebraically and graphically. Test on Chapter 6 and 7 is on Thursday, February 14.

Due February 13: Prepare your study guide. Chapter 6.1-6.4 and Chapter 7.1,7.7, 7.8.  Also read: Linear programming pages 506-508. Solve problems 80 and 81 on page 511.

Due February 21: Honors Precalculus Linear Programming Project Instructions.doc ; Linear Programming Project problems.pdf  We have a quiz, when we come back next week.

Due February 22: Read Lesson 8.1. No numerical problems.

Due February 26: HP Linear angular speed problems.pdf: and Page 539-543: 70-72; 98-112(evens), 120, 123-126, 128-130. For all students who missed class on Thusrday and Friday: I need your projects on MONDAY BEFORE FIRST CLASS!!!!!!!! Also,on Monday, I meet with you in the begiining of lunch to cover the material you missed. Of course, you read first section 8.1 (February 22 Homework) and do the problems on your own. Monday, I will explain them. Please come prepared.  

Due March 1: Evaluatiom of trigonometric functions.pdf

Due March 11: Read lesson 8.5 pages 582-590. Page 591-593: 8, 10, 20, 72, 74, 96-100 (evens), 106-110(evens); Page 604: 81-92. Now, for 81-86: only find the exact value of the given ratio by using the 4-triangle and special triangles method given in class. Do not follow their instructions for these questions. For 87-92, give your answers in radians. Please review 8.1, 8.5, and 8.6. We will have a quiz on these 3 sections when we come back on Monday. 

Due March 13: Read lesson 8.7. pp: 606-611.Problems 2-16 evens on page 612. Round your answers to the nearest tenths. 

Due March 14: Page 613-615: 29,30, 32, 35,36, 38, 41,42,48

Due March 18: Honors Precalculus Assignment due March 18 - Trig.evaluations.doc  We have a quiz today.

March 19: HPC Midterm study guide.pdf  MIDTERM

March 21: Read Page 554-556; Page 565-566: 2-20 evens

March 22: Page 566: Graph over 1-period only: Problems 30, 31, 32, 34, 35 on a graph paper with table. State the period and the amplitude for each.

March 26: Page 566: On a graph paper:  41-46 Make sure that you identify for each the amplitude, period, phase shift (if any), vertical translation(if any) and range.   

Due March 28: Sine cosine curves class notes.pdf and Honors Precalc Sine cosine curve modeling assignment.pdf

Due April 8: Class worksheet with book problems on it and read lesson 8.4 pages 571-579. Page 579:Problems: 1-10

Due April 10: On a graph paper : page 580-581: graph 31, 36, 52, 54: 63-72 (find the equations)

Due April 15: HPC Project assignment on sinusoidal functions.pdf Analyze it. Come on wednesday with questions.

Due April 15: Read lesson 9.1 (page631-637) page 637-638: 1-6; 13-22, 31-34. Also remember, we will have a 20 points worth class drill on a problem, which is similar to the problems on your project on Monday, the 15th!!!!! That 20 points will add up to your project grade. This time, please staple your project papers, write neatly and graph your curves with great care. You cannot use a calculator.  Show all your steps clearly.

Due April 16: Page 639: 52-80 (evens)

Due April 18: Please read sections 9.2 and 9.3 before you start. Page 647-648: 10-22 evens; 35-40;55-57 and Page 657-658: 3-5; 49, 50,53

Due April 19:   Page 648: 41-44;53,54,58; Page 649: 7-9 Page 688: 34, 36, 39 

Due April 24: Read lessons 9.5 and 9.6. Page 677: 2-24 (evens); 27-32 (part a only for each problem); Page 682: 7, 8-11 and 14.

AS PROMISED: HPC Chapter 8 test answer key.pdf

Due April 26: Read lesson 9.4 page 660-669. Problems 1-15 on page 669-670. Do not forget your extended homework. 

Due April 30: Inverse trigonometric functions notes.pdf  Complete all problems on the class worksheet that we did not do in class. Make sure that your homework due April 26 is complete. We will grade that too. Read examples 5and 7 on pages 667-668 along with your class notes. Page 670-671: 18-36 evens; 70-78 (evens), 91-97. Graph on a graph paper: y = arc sin (x/2) and y = arctan (2x) and arccos (4x). Please see me on Monday during nutrition if you need any tutoring. We have a quiz on Chapter 9 on Wednesday, May 1st. Attention: Seniors Final May 1st.

Due May 6,2013: Page 702-703: 62-66;70 and page 712: 61-66 and we have a quiz on Monday.

Due May 8: Drill is today. Page 713: 85-87; Read examples 4 and 5 on pages 716-717. Then: page 722-723: 25-36 where you use no calculator for 33-36; 41-44

Due May 9: page 723: 54-82 (evens) Read pages 718-719.

Due May 13: Page 724-725: 85-87;90-97;99,100. Read lesson 10.6. Page 748: 16-24 evens.  Next week we will meet right after school on Tuesday. We finish the class at 2:30pm. Please let me know if you have any problems to attend that session on Tuesday, May 14th. Here is the polr paper:Polar paper.pdf Print out 6 copies.

Due May 14: Page 748-749: 25-30; 56-64 (evens)

Due May 16: Graph on polar paper: (1 per paper) Page 748: 35,37,  and the following: a) r = 1 + 2sin (theta)    b) r = 1- 2cos(theta)  c) r = 3 + sin(theta)    IF YOU DID NOT COME TODAY TO THE MEETING, PLEASE READ:HONORS PRECALCULUS UPDATES revised.doc:

Due May 20: HPC Test Chapter 10.pdf

Due May 28:Page 837: 27,28, 38-41(use one-sided limit proper notation);Page 842: 23-31;Page 849-850: 1-3; 16-19, 28-30(use one-sided limit proper notation), 34-44 (evens)

Due May 31: Precalculus Honors Final Study Guide 2013.doc and Page 852: 1-10; Use the following formulas for f ' (x):   f(x) = kx^n   f '(x) = knx^(n-1). Example 1: f(x) = 3x², so:   f ' (x) = 3(2)x^(2-1) = 6x. Example 2:  f(x) = 2x³ - 6x² + 5  so: f ' (x) = 2(3)x^(3-1) - 6(2)x^(2-1) = 6x² - 12x Example 3: f(x) = 2/x  which means f(x) = 2x^(-1) so: f ' (x) = 2(-1)x^(-2) = -2/x². Use these examples and the formulas I wrote on the board today, to find the equations of tangent lines for problems 6-9, 12, 13, and 15 on page 858-859. DO NOT FORGET: AP Calculus AB Class Meeting during nutrition on Friday, May 31st.  We have also a class drill on limits and continuity in class - 15 min (3 questions). We correct in class.

Due June 2: Precalculus Honors Final study guide problems.pdf: Class meeting after school will start at 3 pm. Sorry for the inconvenience. No extra homework. Study your problems you received today. No derivatives on the final. Last concepts: limits, continuity and IVT.

Due May 7: Read Chapter 12.1. Page 835-836: 1-16(all); 30-36(evens) and 38-41(all)

Due May 8: Page 836-837: 23, 26; 38-41: Use one-sided limits to show why or why not the limit exists and find that limit if it exists. 31 and 35: Directly substitute the value for x. If it is 0/0 situation, factor out numerator and/or denominator, simplify and then plug in the x-value again. Example: lim(x goes to 2)(x²-4)/(x-2) = 0/0 so let's factor and simplify: (x+2)(x-2)/(x-2) = x+2 Now lim(x goes to 2)(x+2) = 2 + 2 = 4!!!!!

Due May 10: Part I: Page 842: 26-36 (evens); 41-46 (all); page 850: 28-29, 37-42(all) Note: For limits when x values approach to infinity, the horizontal asymptote rules apply, i.e if degree of numerator = degree of denominator, the limit is the leading coefficient ratio; if the degree of denominator is bigger than the degree of the numerator, then the limit is zero. If the degree of the numerator is higher than that of denominator, then the limit is infinity or D.N.E. Part II: Continuity test.doc

Due May 16: Page 852-Reviewing the basic concepts 1-10 (all); pg858: 8-16(evens); 23-26 (all)

Due May 21: Page 859-860: 33, 34,37-40; 49-56 (all) ; Special assignment: 1. Use the limit definition (the one with h) to find the derivative formulas for sin x and cos x.  2.  Given: f(x) = 4x³ - 5x + 3. Find the equation of the tangent to the graph of f at the point where x = - 1.  3. A particle moving along the x-axis so that at time t >0 its position is given by x(t) = 2t³ - 21t² + 72t - 53. At what time t, the particle is at rest?  4. The line tangent to the graph of function f at the point (1, 7) passes through the point ( - 2,  - 2). Find f ' (1).

Due May 25: Page 866: 5-8 include also trapezoidal rule for each. 

 Due August 6:Page 21: 5,6,10;Page 33: 81-84;Page 42-43: 7-12;43-46

 Due August 8: Page 45: 68-72; Page 58: 29-32;Page 71: 68-74 DO NOT FORGET YOUR GRAPHING CALCULATORS ON THURSDAY!!!!!!

Due August 9: Page 58-60: 41-46 ; 59-62;64-74 (evens); 95-102  For problems 97-102,  you may read page 56 example 11.  Read section 1.6 before you come to class. 

Due August 13 Linear Function analysis Precalc.pdf: Write your answers on a separate sheet. Explain your reasoning clearly. Page 67-71: 20, 24, 36,42,46,53-55 AND Calculus Prep Worksheet 1.pdf : Show all your calculations on a separate sheet.

CHAPTER 1 TEST: AUGUST 14,2013. STUDY GUIDE: READ PAGE 72-75; SUGGESTED PROBLEMS: PAGE 76-78: 21-58 AND CHAPTER TEST ON PAGES 79-80. YOU CAN ONLY USE THIS STUDY GUIDE ON THE TEST. OF COURSE GO OVER ALL THE ASSIGNMENTS WE DID IN CLASS AND PAST HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS. CONCEPTS: LINEAR FUNCTIONS AND MODELING PROBLEMS. 

Due August 16: Read lesson 2.1 pp82-92. Page 92-93: 1-18 (all).

Due August 20: Page 93-95: 28-42 evens; 48-60 evens

Due August 21: Complete your worksheets and pg99-100: 1-8;11-22

Due August 23: page 111: 1-8;23-31; on a graph paper: 40-50 (evens)

Due August 26: Function transformations HPC.pdf: we have a quiz on transformations on Monday.

Due August 29: Read lesson 2.4 pp116-122 and page 122-123: 7, 11-18;24,25,28,29-32.

Due September 4: page124-125: 48-64 evens ; 83-90 and read lesson 2.5 pages 126-131. Page 132-133: 1-8

Due September 5: On a graph paper: page 133: 7,8,13,14, 16,18,20

Due September 10: Piecewise functions worksheets.pdf and pp 134-135: 33-38;55 

Due September 11: Complete your exploration worksheets and read lesson 2.6 pp136-143. Page 144-146:      problems  2-20 evens and 48-52 (evens)

Due September 17: Page 146-148: 61,63,64,84, 94,95,96 a,b,c Read lesson 5.1-pages 320-326 and page 328: 64-78 (evens) Important updates: Chapter 2 Test September 20; Project due 9/18.We have a quiz on composite, absolute value and piece-wise functions on Tuesday. We review on Wednesday and have a test on Friday.

PROJECT #1: HPC Income Tax Project.pdf:DUE SEPTEMBER 18. Please read the instructions carefully. I will answer questions at the end of the class on Tuesday, September 17. Class drill will be held the week following 9/17.

Study Guide for the test: page 150-158

Due September 24: Read lessons 3.1 and 3.2. page 165: 52-82 (evens); Page 174-175: 2-18 (evens) Do not graph the parabolas. I will show you in class a method how to graph them.

Due September 25: On a graph paper: pg 403: 98-100;105, 106,108,110,112 For each problem except 105 and 106, use completing the square method to convert them into vertex form.  Read examples 7 and 9 on pages 399-400. Also, we have 15 min project drill (notes closed) tomorrow.  

Due September 27:  Complete all problems:Writing equations of parabola.pdf and writing equations of parabola from graphs.pdf You may also read section 6.1 in your book.

Due October 1: Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.doc  ;page 189: 30-50(evens) Instructions: DO NOT GRAPH.For all problems, put all terms on the same side to make sure that you have zero on the other side. The only exception is those problems where you use the square-root method. For each trinomial, make sure that 'a' is positive and use LCD method to get rid of fractions. Calculate for each equation the value of discriminant. If the discriminant is not a perfect square or zero, use quadratic equation and leave your answers in simplified radical form. Page 190: 81-94  

Due October 2: Read lesson 3.4 (pp.192-196) and page 197-198: 16-22;26

Due October 7: Parabola Review Paper.pdf We will have a group project on Monday and a quiz on Tuesday on parabola.

Due October 10: Read lesson 6.1 on circles (pp392-396). Page 402: 10, 12, 15-18, 21, 22, 36, 37,45-50 (read example 4 on page 395-396 carefully before doing 45-50) ALL PROBLEMS ON GRAPH PAPER.

Due October 14: page 414: 24-46 (evens) and complete your circle worksheet.

Due October 16: Page 414-415: 55-58 and complete the first 5 pages of your hyperbola worksheet. We have a quiz on circles and ellipses. 

Due October 22 or (23 if 22 is day off): complete the homework at the end of hyperbola worksheet and page 415: 64-84 (evens)

Due October 24: pg424: 31-36 (first determine the type of the conic; then use completing the square technique to find the standard form of the conic and then graph); page 429: 19-22; 25,26,31 and complete your class worksheet 1-5.

MIDTERM-OCTOBER 28: Honors Pre-caLculus Midterm Study Guide 2013.pdf

Due October 29: Complete the class worksheet 6-10. On Projectile motion, complete the first page of problems.(Starting with 'Melissa' problem.) 

Due November 1Polynomial functions practice set.pdf and complete your parametric functions worksheets.

Due November 5: Complete your polynomial worksheet #2; Read lesson 4.1pg 256-260; Page 261: 1-16(all)

Due November 8: Page 273: 37-44 Read lesson 4.2. Use graph paper!!!!!

Due November 12: Rational functions portfolio graph.pdf; also complete problem 10 on class handout.

Due November 14: Page 275: 94, 96 and page 285: 14, 15,18,25,28

Due November 15: page 287-289: 50,51,52,60,88-90

Due November 19: We have a quiz on rational functions. Page 287-290: 67-69;72,74; 98-101. Quiz: sections 4.1,4.2, and 4.3 and all assignments we did in class.

PROJECT #3: DUE NOVEMBER 21. PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Honors Precalculus Project assignment 3 .pdf ; Project 2 Instructions.doc 

Due November 22: page 298: 12-18;79,81;page 307: 24, 29,30

Due December 3: page 307-310: 7-10;19-21;73,74,76-78;page 317: 3-6;8,9; Exploration paper: page 308: 49-60 -write neatly your answers on a separate sheet. If typed, extra credit. Read page 335-336 examples 5 and 6. Then: page 340: 50-58. We have a quiz on Tuesday on sections 4.4 and 4.5.

Due December 4: Honors Precalculus Exponential equations type 1 and 2 review.pdf

Due December 6:Page 349: (No calculator) 8-32(evens); 36-44(evens); 78,80,81,86,88,91 

Due December 9: Page 367-368: 18,27,28, 36-54 (evens),63,64, 65,69,70,78,79,85,87-89 (No calculator on this assignment-all answers in radical, log or e-form if necessary)

ATTENTION: We have a quiz on logarithms and exponential equations on Wednesday (12/11) during the first half of the class.

Due December 12: Study Guide For Honors Precalculus Final updated.doc: Complete 1-20 for tomorrow.

FINAL EXAM: December 16. Study the chapter tests at the end of your chapters.

Due January 6: Honors Precalculus Assignment due January 6.pdf and Exponential function graphs class notes.pdf We have a class drill on January 7 about exponential graphs and equations. Happy Holidays to all of you!!!!

Due January 14: Complete your study guide assignments(2 worksheets). We review on Tuesday. The test is on Wednesday, January 15.

Due January 17: Read lesson 8.1 pp532-535 Focus on degree-radian conversion and arc length and sector area problems. Page 539-541: 61-72; 88,90,116-120

Due January 21: Page 541-543: 109-112;123-130 Note: In rotating wheel and pulleys moving together with common belt (Problem 130) the linear speeds of both rotating objects must be the same. In other terms: v(first wheel) = v(second wheel) In other words: (r1)(w1) = (r2)(w2).

Due January 23: HP Linear angular speed problems.pdf and read lesson 8.2-pp544-550 and page 551: 14-20

Due January 24: Unit circle exploration.pdf. We have a quiz today on 8.1.

Due January 28: Page 604: 81-92 and complete your worksheet. 

Due January 31: Read lesson 8.7: pp606-608; page 612-613: 3,4,9, 10,25-28 

Due February 4: page 613-615: 32, 34-39; 41, 46, 48,49 and page 628: 87,88. Work on your projects.

Due February 6: Projects are due. Read lesson 10.1: pg692-699 - examples 4,5,6 on pages 696-698; page 700: 11-18;

Due February 11: Page 712-713: 60, 61,64,68, 77-79 and Law of sines and cosines assignment.pdf

Due February 12: No homework. Study for your quiz on right triangle applications, Law of Sines and Law of Cosines. Sorry for the delay.

Due February 14: Page 722-723: 33-36 (no calculator-read example 2 on page 716);  46-76(evens);

Due February 18: Page 724-725: 87,89,94,95,97,100-103;105, 106 Quiz on vectors on Tuesday!!!!

Due February 20: Read lesson 8.3 page 554-565; page 565-566: 2-20 (evens). Please bring graph paper with you to class!!!!!

Due February 24: Read lesson 8.3 again. On a graph paper : 30, 31, 33, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 For each graph, follow these instructions: Identify the period, phase shift, amplitude and vertical shift, if any. Then graph them over one period only!!!!!                                                       Example: 3sin(2x - pi/3)+4: first step: 3sin(2(x-pi/6))So:Amplitude =3; period: 2pi/2 =pi; phase shift: pi/6 (not - pi/6; remember phase shift has always opposite sign) and vertical shift: 4. Then graph it by using the table method.Also Amplitude can NEVER BE NEGATIVE....  

Due March 11: Precalculus H Trigonometry Review Paper.pdf: Show all your work.

Due March 12: Page 580: 25, 27, 30,34,35, 37 on a graph paper with tables for the corresponding sine and cosine functions. Read pages 575-579 for tangent and cotangent functions.

Due March 14: On a graph paper: Page 580-581: 52-62 evens -Draw only one period!!!!!; 63-72.

Due March 17: Chapter 8-10 test study guide.pdf: Please study for your test. It will be free response. You can use only your study guide.

March 19: Midterm - logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions will be asked. I will not give any extra study guide. Use your study guides for exponential and log functions and Chapter 8 test. Also study your projects on logarithmic functions. 15 MC questions and 1 hour will be given. No extra time will be given. You will use scantrons. Please bring your pencils with you that day.  

Due March 21: Read lesson 9.1. Copy the identities listed on page 631 in your binder. New tab: Trigonometric Identities and Equations; Page 631-637. Page 637-638: 1-6; 13-22

Due March 24: Page 638-639: 32-38(evens); 52-58(evens);65, 70,76-86 (evens);

Project due date: March 27; sorry, I don't have any word copy of it. All I have it is on pdf.HPC Project assignment on sinusoidal functions.pdf 

Due April 1: Page 647-648: 20-22 (read example 3c on page 644-645); 33-40; 54,56,57;Page 649: 6-9;page 657: 1-4. On Tuesday, we will have a homework drill on this assignment. Please make sure that you read all your notes and examples in sections 9.2 and 9.3.

Due April 2: Read page 664-665: inverse tangent functions. On a graph paper: Graph: 1. y = arccos(4x)  2. y = arcsin(x/4)   3. y = arctan(2x)

Due April 7: Page 670-671: 20-36(evens),68-76 (evens),82, 92-100(evens) and Inverse trigonometry MC and free response.pdf April 8-we have a quiz on 9.1-9.4.

Due April 8: Page 677: 4-24 (evens) and 26-32 (evens-part a only). Also don't forget that we have a quiz today on inverse trigonometric functions!!!!

Due April 10: Page 682-683: 6,7,9-11; 13-17(part a only on these questions); 21, 27,29-32 Our Chapter 9 test is on Friday, April 11. Please review the summary on pages 685-687. Study guide: Page 688-689: 20-50; 59-78; If you solve these problems, you can use the solutions as a study guide during the test.

Due April 16: No Homework. Enjoy!!!!

Due April 17: Worksheet 1-3, and 5; Page 747-748: 8-14(evens); 15-24 (no calculator)

Due April 28: HPC Easter review.pdf and :Polar MC assignment.pdf No bookwork however, you can use your books for review and reference. .Happy Easter!!!!

Due May 5: Part 1: Complete your parametric worksheets. Please use a separate sheet for your solutions. You need to solve each problem on both pages by using the formulas provided on the first page. Part 2:On a graph paper: page 749:59-64; 70-72; page 755: 1-6;7a, 9b, 11-16; Instructions for graphs: Problems 7,9,15, and 16 with t-x-y table. For trig functions: use the table provided on Example 4 on page 752. For 11-14: First convert into a rectangular equation and then graph the conic. 

Due May 6: We have a quiz on polar and parametric functions. Page 779-781: 16, 18, 20, 26, 28, 34, 40, 50, 52, 56,58, 68  

Due May 8: Arithmetic Sequences series word problems precalc. version.doc  

Due May 9: page 788-789: 14-20(evens); 28-32(evens); 46-52 all. Complete your word problem worksheet on geometric series.

Due May 13: We have a test on parametric, and polar functions and arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. Study: Page 429-430: 19-50; Page 757: 1-8; page 791: 4-10; your polar-parametric quiz and all word problems we did on series.

Due May 16: page 835: 7-12;pg 842: 12-30 (evens) no calculator; page 850: 34-44(evens)

Due May 20: Complete your worksheet:Continuity Test revised.pdf and page 842: 41-46; page 850: 28-33 and Limit review 1.pdf

Due May 21: Complete your 2 worksheets.

Due May 23: page 852: 1-10; Read lesson 12.4 and page 858: 1-6

Due May 27: This is the study guide for your final on May 29: HPC Final Study Guide.pdf and Trigonometric Formulas.pdf; Homework: HPC Study Guide Formulas Assignment.pdf: Complete the formula and concept review worksheet and: Tangent line equations.pdf: Write each equation in slope-intercept form except 4 and 5 (point-slope form for both) 

Due June 2: No Homework. Please don't forget to bring your last derivative worksheet given in class.

 

Period 4:  Due August 7 HPC Assignment 1.pdf: Please only do the circled problems on a separate graph paper. Page 32: 49-58;61,62; Page 42: 12,14,18,23,25,31,34; Page 43: 44,45,47,48,55,57 and  HPC Assignment 2 domain range.doc

Period 6: Due August 8 HPC Assignment 1 Period 6.pdf: Solve just the circled problems on a separate sheet. On domain-range questions, give your answers in interval notation and  HPC Assignment 2 domain range.doc  Interval notation.

Period 4: Due August 11 HPC Assignment Period 4 due August 11.pdf: page 44-45:61-64;69-72 and complete your class worksheet 'Bathroom tub".

Period 6: Due August 11HPC Assignment 2P6.pdf Please only do the circled problems on a separate graph paper. Page 32: 49-58;61,62; Page 42: 12,14,18,23,25,31,34; Page 43: 44,45,47,48,55,57

Period 4: Due August 12: pg 58: 43,44,50-62(evens),86,88

Period 6: Due August 13: pg 44: 61,62,63 and 2 worksheets:Linear modeling worksheets.pdf

Period 4: Due August 14: pg 60: 95-104

Period 6: Due August 14: page 58-60: 43,44(both problems-calculator); 97-104

Period 6: Due August 18: Read lesson 1.6 pp: 61-66; pg 68-69: 30-32; 34,35,42,48; Page 46: 3,4,6-8

Period 4: Due August 18: Part 1: Prepare your study guide for chapter 1 test. Read pages 72-75 for study guide. Part 2: Read lesson 1.6 page 61-66. Page 68-71: 30-32; 35,42, 46, 62-74 (evens)

Period 4: Due August 19: Page 66-68: 36, 47; 53-56; 65-73 (odds)

Period 6: Due August 20: Prepare your study guide for chapter 1 test. Read pages 72-75 for study guide. Page 69-70: 36; 47; 53-56;65-73(odds)

Period 4 : Due August 25: Read lesson 2.1 on pp.82-92. On a graph paper, sketch identity, squaring (x²), cubing (x³),   absolute value, square-root, and cube-root functions. For each function, use a different set of coordinate axes. Then, on the same graph paper, complete the problems 1-10 on page 92.

Period 6:Due August 26: Read lesson 2.1 on pp.82-92. On a graph paper, sketch identity, squaring (x²), cubing (x³),   absolute value, square-root, and cube-root functions. For each function, use a different set of coordinate axes. Then, on the same graph paper, complete the problems 1-10 on page 92.

 

Due August 27-Period 4 only: Page 93-95: 14, 18, 21,27, 30, 32, 36-42 (evens),  45,46,50; 56, 62. For problems 56 and 62 read example 4 on page 92. 

 

Period 6: Due August 27: Period 6 Homework Due Wednesday August 27.pdf

 

Period 4: Due August 28: pg 99-100: 1-8;11-22

Period 6: Due September 2: Page 93-95: 15, 16, 21, 22; 24-42 (evens); 45-52; 56; 62;64;68-70 Please read the instructions for each group of questions. You need a graphing calculator to complete some portions of this assignment.

Period 4: Due September 3: page 101: 51-61; page 111: 1-8; 23-34;page 115: 1-3

Period 6: Due September 3: pg 99-100: 1-8;11-22

Period 4: Due September 4: On a graph paper, sketch the functions with proper labeling, xy-table and state the domain and range. Page 101: 32-42 (evens)

Period 6: Due September 5: On a graph paper, sketch the functions with proper labeling, xy-table and state the domain and range. Page 101: 32-42 (all)

Period 4: Due September 8: HPC MC function transformation assignment.pdf and Part 2: On a graph paper: page 112-113: 36, 37, 42, 43, 44, 46,  56, 57,59 For problems 56, 57, and 59: use the same point transformations we did in class to each of the point given on the graph. 

Period 6: Due September 8: page 111: 1-8;23-32;Page 115: 1-3

QUIZ ALERT: Period 4: 9/9 and Period 6: 9/12 Quiz on transformations, even-odd functions and symmetry

Period 4: Due September 9: On a graph paper: page 122: 2-8 (evens) and 21-23: For these questions, sketch f(absolute value of x). Disregard the original question which asks you to draw absolute value of f(x).

Period 6: Due September 10: pg112: 35-44 (all) on a graph paper.  

Period 4: Due September 11: Please read pages 119-121. Copy the insert in the middle of the page 119 (its title is: Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities) in your notebook. Page 124: 48-60 (all); 67 and 68 (part a only; no graphs)

Period 6: Due September 12: page 113: 57-60; Function transformation assignment.pdf

Period 4: Due September 15: page 132-133: On a graph paper:1, 2,  5-14 on a graph paper; Absolute value inequality word problems revised.pdf: Please complete the worksheet. There are 2 book problems on that worksheet.

QUIZ Alert-Period 6: Your Quiz will be on Monday, September 15th.

Period 6: Due September 15: Complete your review package: Function transformations review assignment.pdf.  Study for your quiz.

Period 4: Due September 16: page 133-135: On a graph paper: 21-24; 33-35;37,38;55;Write equations for the piecewise function assignment.pdf:Complete the worksheet. Absolute value functions as a piecewise function assignment.pdf:Complete the worksheet

Period 6: Due September 17: Please read pages 119-121. Copy the insert in the middle of the page 119 (its title is: Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities) in your notebook. Page 124: 48-60 (all);

Period 6: Due September 18:2 assignments: 1. Absolute value inequality word problems revisited.pdf. 2. Read lesson 2.5: pp126-131.  Solve problems on page 132-133: 1-3; 5-8.  

Period 6: Due September 22: On a graph paper: page 133: 9-14; 21-24;For problems 9-14: Indicate the domain, range, maximum and minimum points, and increasing and decreasing intervals.

Period 4: Due September 19: Complete your piecewise exploration papers. 

Period 4: Work on your income tax projects. On Tuesday, I spend the first 10 minutes to answer any questions. Due date: September 26 

Period 6: Due September 23:on a graph paper: page 133: 15, 16, 18 and: Piecewise graph P6.pdf

Period 6: Due September 25: Absolute value functions as a piecewise function assignment.pdf and complete your class worksheets.

Period 4: Due September 24: Page 144-146: 1-6; 12-20(evens); 32; 38; 51,52, 60, 64

Period 4: September 26: Test on Chapter 2 and Projects are due.

Period 6: Due September 26: Piecewise review P6.pdf: Complete them. We have a quiz today.

Period 4: Due September 29: We have a quiz on the project on Monday. Also: Read lesson 3.1: pp160-164. Page 165-166: 42-64 (evens); 76-80 (evens); 100-102

Period 6: Due September 30: Read lesson 2.6: pp136-143. Page 144-146: 1-6; 12-20(evens); 32; 38; 47-52

Period 4: Due October 1: Page 165-166: 65-68; 103, 104 Page 174-175: 1-4; 6-16 (evens) just parts a and b; do not sketch.

Period 6: Due October 1: Finish your class worksheets. Page 146: 59-64

Period 4: Due October 2: Page 176: On a graph paper: 25-31: 1. For each problem: Find the vertex by using the vertex formula and graph them. 2. Then, you convert each of these equations into vertex form by using the completing square technique and identify the transformations on x² function for each. Example: f(x) = -x²-6x-8 when you use completing the square technique, f(x) becomes -(x+3)²+1. Your answer: x² function is shifted 3 units to the left, reflected about the x-axis and shifted up by 1 unit. 3. For each function, identify the intervals over which the function is increasing, and decreasing; the minimum or the maximum points and the range.

Period 6: Due October 3: Composite domain assignment.pdf: Please read all solved examples on the first 3 pages. At the end of the third page, you have to complete the additional problems on a separate paper. Also, complete your Study Guide Activity by Friday. 

 Period 4: Due October 6: c QUIZ ALERT:We have a quiz on Monday on 3.1 and 3.2.

Period 6: TEST Alert: Chapter 2 test-Monday, October 6th, please study your quizzes and study guide. You can use your study guide during the test. Here is the study guide part 2 for Lester only: Chapter 2 test study guide part 2.pdf: Remember: I offer tutoring for Period 6 only during lunch on Monday!!!!Bring your study guides and be prompt!!!!!

Period 4: Due October 7: Read lesson 3.3 pp178-188; page 189: 1-8; 14-28(evens). For problems: (x-a)² = b problems, use square-root method. Example: (x-3)² = 8, so absolute value (x-3) = 2root(2). Answer: x = 3+-2 root 2. For each of the other problems, put each term on the left side. Calculate the discriminant. If discriminant is a perfect square number such as 4, 9,16 etc, then factor. If that's not the case, use quadratic formula.

Period 6: Due October 8: Read lesson 3.1: pp160-164. Page 165-166: 42-64 (evens); 76-80 (evens); 100-102

Period 4: Due October 9: page 190-191: 62-66 (evens); 77-80; 82-94(evens);110-118(evens) and complete your quadratic inequality worksheets.

Period 6: Due October 9: Read lesson 3.2 (pp166-174); Page 174-175: 1-4; 6-12 (parts a and b)

Period 4:Due October 10:Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.doc and read lesson 3.4 (pp192-195) and page 196-199: 12,14(read example 1 on page 192),16(read class worksheet), 22(read example 2 on page 193), 27(Pythagorean theorem-read example 3 on page 194), 33,34 (both problems-read class worksheet)

Period 6:Due October 14: Work on your projects. On Tuesday, I answer questions on the project during the first 15 minutes. Page 176: On a graph paper: 25-31: 1. For each problem: You convert each of these equations into vertex form by using the completing square technique and identify the transformations on x² function for each. Example: f(x) = -x²-6x-8 when you use completing the square technique, f(x) becomes -(x+3)²+1. Your answer: x² function is shifted 3 units to the left, reflected about the x-axis and shifted up by 1 unit. 2. You graph each function by using xy-table. 3. For each function, identify the intervals over which the function is increasing, and decreasing; the minimum or the maximum points and the range.

Period 4: Due: October 15 : On a graph paper: Page 401-403: 1-8; 10,12, 36; 45-48; 57-64; 106-114 (evens) We have a quiz on 3.3-3.4 on Tuesday.

Period 6: Due October 16:Page 177-178: 58-60, 62; 64-66 

Period 4: Due October 21 or 22: Read lesson 6.29(pp405-413) ;  Page 413-414: On a graph paper: 1-8; 17-20; 24; 31-38; 39-44

Period 6: Due October 22 or 23: Parabola Review Paper.pdf: Please complete it carefully and show all your work!!!!

Period 4: Complete your hyperbola worksheet. Page 415: 74-76; 78-84(evens)

Period 6: Due October 27: Page 189-191:  18-36(evens) ; 81-86; 95-100(part a only); 113-118(read example 9 on page 188) Here is your midterm study guide: Precalculus Honors Midterm First semester Study Guide P6.pdf

Period 4: Due October 28Precalculus Honors Midterm First semester Study Guide P4.pdf and complete your multiple choice worksheet: Conics MC STA.pdf.

MIDTERM ALERT: TUESDAY OCTOBER 28 BOTH PERIODS 4-6. PLEASE REVIEW YOUR STUDY GUIDES.

Period 6: Due October 31: Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.doc 

Period 4: Due November 3: page 210-212: 1-8; 12-14; 33-36; 61,62,65 (For these questions, you need a graphing calculator). You need to complete all parts a-g.

Period 6: Complete your class 'circle worksheet': Circles.pdf and on a graph paper: page 402: 9-18; 33-37; 45-48 (read example 4 on page 395: it is basically completing the square technique applied twice)

Period 4: Complete your class worksheet on polynomials.

Period 6: due November 5: pg 402: 49-50; pg 414: 20-26; 31-38

Period 4: Due November 6: page 234: 48-53; all students who missed the class today need to come to tutoring on Wednesday in the beginning of the lunch for tutoring. There is a certain method you need to learn to do these problems which is different than the one in the book. 

Period 6: Due November 6: page 413-415: 1-8; 70-76; 78-81and complete your class worksheet.

Period 4: Test on polynomials and conics November 7

Period 6: Due November 10: On a graph paper: page 414-415: 55-57; 82-84; page 403: 57-64; 106, 108, 110, 114 and complete your class worksheets. Here are information about ellipses and hyperbola. If you don't have them, please print them out and place them in your binders. Current tab: Conics (replacing Chapter 3): hyperbola.pdf and ELLIPSES.pdf 

Period 4: Due November 11: read lesson 4.3 (pp275-284). Page 284-285: 2-8 (evens); 13-18; 27-29; 32-38(evens-part a only) Binder Tab Alert: Rational Functions

Period 6: Due November 12: Complete your conic worksheets. Read lesson 3.5: pp201-209;    page 210: 1-8; and 10-16 (evens)

Period 4: Due November 13: Read lesson 4.2: page 262-271. Page 272: 1-8; 11-21; and page 286-287: 36 b; 42 b; 59, 60 and Rational inequalities worksheet revised.pdf

Period 6: Due November 17: You need to complete your polynomial worksheet and start preparing a study guide for your conics test.

TEST ALERT: Period 6-Conics test November 20, 2014. Please study for your test by using your study guides!!!!

Period 4: On a graph paper: Page 273: 40-45; 47; 83-85 and complete your class worksheet on writing equations of rational functions from graphs. This assignment is due next Friday, November 21st. However, you need to drop it earlier during the week, if you will not be in school next week.

QUIZ ALERT: Period 4: Date 11/19 Wednesday-Rational functions graphs, equations and inequalities sections 4.2 and 4.3 from your book.

Period 6: Due Friday, November 21: Please comp

lete your polynomial worksheets. Page 212: 47-54

 

Period 6:Due December 2: Polynomial functions review .pdf: and page 234: 47-54-Use rational root theorem only to find the zeros and factors of the polynomials. Page 212: 59, 61, 64. Also make sure that you have page 212: 47-54 -homework posted for November 21 ready.

Period 4: Due December 1:Read example 5 on page 280; page 287-289: 67-69; 74, 76; 87-89; 95-100; Reviewing Basic Concepts (page 290): 2-5;7,8,10

Period 4: Due December 3: Page 300: 73-81; work on your projects.

P4: Project Alert: Due December 4

P6: Due December 3: read lesson 4.3(pp275-276) and solving rational equations guidelines worksheetSolving rational equations guidelines.pdf. Solve: p285: 13-18;27-29.Complete your class worksheet on polynomials:Polynomial MC.pdf

P4: Quiz alert: December 3-Rational functions-writing equations from the graphs, using and writing models of rational functions and applications.

P4: Due December 4: Read lesson 5.1-pp320-326; page 326-328: 10-12;67-70; 72-77; 85-90

P6: December 5: Page 287: 50, 51, 53-60 and page 314: 18,19,20,21 - solve only part a for each problem.

P4-Revised Project Alert: Projects will be submitted to me on Friday morning before the first period. Revised due date: December 5 before 8:40 bell.  Honors Precalculus Project assignment 2.pdf

P4: December 8: Honors Precalculus Exponential equations type 1 and 2 review.pdf

P6: Due December 9: Complete the rational functions worksheet (starts with x-intercept) last page. Complete your rational inequalities worksheet. Page 286: 34-36 part b only; page 272: 1-8

P6: Due December 10: Read Lesson 4.2 pp 262-271; page 272-273: on a graph paper: 13-18; 40-42, 45, 47, 64

P4: Due December 11: Exponential functions.pdf: Ignore the vertical stretch and compression information given on last page. Complete page 2. Graph on a graph paper the 5 functions listed on page 3. Page 5 and 6: Find the equations: Now be careful: If there is a x-axis reflection CP (0, -1). If y-axis reflection: the model is y = 2^-(x-h)+k  First, reflect over y-axis, then apply the horizontal translation. If x-axis reflection: y = -2^(x-h)+k. Simply apply the transformations. 

FINAL ALERT P4: December 16-Study GuidePrecalculus Final Study Guide P4.pdf:Start working on it. 

Period 6: Due December 12: Complete your graphs on page 272-273. Complete your class worksheet on writing equations of the graphs - Problems 3 and 4. Finally, here is the multiple choice: Rational functions multiple choice review.pdf: Please show all your work.

FINAL ALERT P6: December 17-Here is the digital copy of your study guide: Honors Precalculus P6 final study guide.pdf: Start working on it. 

 

Period 4: Due January 6: 1. Page 366-367: 1-7; 15-17(part a only) ; 34-56(evens) No Calculator.  2. Please print out, read the examples carefully and complete on a separate sheet: Calculus Skills Worksheet.pdf              

Period 6:Due January 7: 1. Please print out and complete: Rational functions review.pdf.   2.Please print out, read the examples carefully and complete on a separate sheet: Calculus Skills Worksheet.pdf

Period 6: Due January 8: Page 287-288: 68,69, 73-76 and we have a quiz on rational functions.

Period 4: Due January 9: On a graph paper: Page 359-360: 16-23; 31-38(just matching); 42-44; 46, 48, 49

Period 6: Due January 12: Read carefully page 281-283-the inverse and joint variation problems. Focus on examples 7, 8, and 9 on those pages. Then, solve page 288-289: 77-80; 87-91 and 93. Please make sure that your January 8 homework is complete.

Period 6 Test Alert: Rational Function Test Thursday January 15!!!!

Period 4: Due January 13: Please complete your review worksheets. We have a quiz on Tuesday, January 13 on exponential equations and graphs and log. equations and graphs.

Period 6: Due January 13: Read page 283-284(example 10) and solve page 289: 95-100

Period 4: Due January 14:Exponential growth models 1 linear version.pdf

Revised quiz alert for P4: Quiz 1 - exponential functions on Tuesday 1/13 and Quiz 2 - log.functions on Wednesday 1/14

Period 4: Due January 16: Read page 369-373; Page 376-377: 12-14; 17-20; 37, 49, 50b,c. Don't forget to bring the logarithm package and the worksheet given in class for exponential growth word problems.

Period 6: Due January 16: Read lesson 4.4: Page 291-298. Page 298-301: 2-20(evens-no calculator. Read example 2 on page 292); 75-81(read example 6 on page 295); 89, 90 (no calculator-read example 8 on page 297)

Period 4: Due January 20: Complete your exponential growth worksheet.

Period 6: Due January 21: Page 307: 13, 14, 16,17,19-21, 23-25 (read examples 6 and 7 on pages 305-306 for 23-25); Page 328: 68-78 (evens); 85-90

Period 4: January 22: Complete your class worksheets.

Period 6: January 22: Special equations worksheet.pdf: Please complete all the problems including the multiple choice on a separate sheet. Please show all your work neatly. State the letter answer on multiple choice on the separate sheet. No bookwork. Quiz is postponed to next Monday. 

Period 4: Test Alert - Exponential and logarithmic functions January 23.Here is the study guide:Study guide exponential and logarithmic test.pdf: Complete the problems on the study guide to prepare for the test. No homework for Friday.

Period 6: Due January 27:Exploration of exponential functions P6.pdf: No bookwork. Complete this worksheet. All graphs on last page will be drawn on a graph paper. We will be having a quiz on 4.4-domains of radical functions, evaluations of terms with fractional exponents with no calculator, 5.1-inverse functions and special equations on Monday. 

Period 4: Due January 27: TAB ALERT: Trigonometric Functions; Read lesson 8.1: pp528-536; You need to understand the terminology-positive vs negative angles, co-terminal angles, standard position; how to convert from degrees to radians and vice versa; and how to compute arc length and sector area. Page 539-541: 40-52 (evens); 61-66; 87-90(no calc); 98, 100, 116,118-120(no calculator for 119 and 120), 123,126

Period 4: Due January 28: page 541: 105-112 

Period 4: Due January 30: Just complete the worksheet. No extra bookwork. Have fun!!!!!   

Period 6: Due February 2: Complete your class worksheets on exponential graphs. Page 349: 1,2, 19-30(all)

Period 4: Due February 3: Page: 591-592: 10-20 (evens); 66-76(evens);Page 603-604: 50-56(evens);59-63;65,66; For angles bigger than 360 degrees, subtract 360 from them. For negative angles, add 360 to them and then calculate reference angles and ratios.

Period 6:Due February 3: page 350: 82-92(evens); page 366-367: 1-8; 33-36;42-45

Period 6: Due February 5: page 350: 31-44; 83-89(odds); page 367: 37-41;

Period 4: Due February 6: Complete your class worksheet. Don't forget: we have a quiz on 8.1 on Friday.

Project alert: P4 - Project due February 9. We will have a quiz on Monday.

Period 6: Due February 6: page 367: 9-11, 15-17 (part a only for 9-11, 15-17); 47-54, 56 

Period 4: Due February 9: Just work on your projects over the weekend. We have a drill on it on Monday, February 9.

Period 6: Due February 10:Review log. and exp. equations.pdf and page 368: 68-86(evens)

Period 4: Due February 11: We have a quiz on trigonometric evaluations on Wednesday. Here is the assignment:Trigonometric evaluations workout.pdf Please print it out and complete it with no calculator, unit circle or table.

Period 6: Due February 12: No homework. Complete your bookwork for February 11. We will grade it and get our quiz. Study: logarithmic equations and exponential graphs.

Period 6: Due February 13: On a graph paper: page 358-359: 45-49; 31-38;Read example 2 on page 354-355; 18-22

Period 4: Due February 12: Page 613: 25-33

Period 4: Due February 17: Page 614-616: 37-42; 45;48 Page 620: 1-4; 9, 11, 13 We have a quiz on Tuesday on 8.1, unit circle, evaluations and word problems.

Period 6: Due February 17: Page 368: Find the inverse functions for the functions listed on problems 87-90; 93-95; 97, 98 Please ignore the book instructions for these problems. Page 369: 1-10 (No calculator for 1-9; calculator permitted for #10) PLEASE USE GRAPH PAPER FOR BOTH ASSIGNMENTS.  

Period 6: Due February 19: Page 376-379:  12-14,16, 36-38,40, 49, 50

Period 4: Due February 20: Read page 554-565; page 565-567: 1-20; Example for phase shift: sin(2x-3)=sin(2(x-3/2))So factor out the coefficient of x. Now: phase shift is 3/2 and period: 2pi/b = 2pi/2 = pi. 

Period 6: Just complete your class worksheet on a separate sheet. Then, make sure that you complete your 2/19 assignment. I will grade that assignment tomorrow. 

Period 4: Due February 23:On a graph paper: page 566-567: 41-44; 55, 56, 59-64 (For 59-64: If there is a x-axis reflection like the one on #60, amplitude must be negative. Also, the range of a sine or cosine function: [-A+d, A+d]. For example, the range of y = 2cos(x-pi/2)+3 is               [-2+3,2+3] meaning [-1,5].

Period 6: Due February 24: Complete  Exponential growth models 2.pdf.Page 377-378: 18, 26, 41-43

Period 4:Due February 25: Please print out and complete:Writing equations of sinusoidal functions assignment.pdf

Period 6: Due February 25: Read pages 380-382; page 382-383: 18, 26, 29, 35, 37,39,40, 64,65,68,70

TEST ALERT: PERIOD 6: FEBRUARY 27-CHAPTER 5 TEST Study Guide: Read page 384-386(Summary); Go over the problems on page 387-390; Thursday - I will do a special session for P6 4-5:30pm. Attendance is voluntary but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!!!

Period 4: Due March 2:Part 1:Sinusoidal modeling problems.pdf : Just complete the 4 problems on the worksheet. Please disregard the book problems at the end of the worksheet. Part 2: Please print out and complete: Sinusoidal graphs review.pdf Also, we have a quiz on Monday. You will graph sine and cosine functions and write their equations. Please study.  

Period 6: Due March 2: We have the second portion of the test. We will have 4 word problems: one with model provided (study the problems on section 5.6 you did as homework); 3 problems-you need to set up the formula (study the two worksheets we did as assignment; write those formulas in your study guide) and 1 problem-you will be given the graph of an exponential or logarithmic function and you need to write the equation. I provided 2 of them on your study guide.

Period 4: No homework due March 3. Just make sure that your assignments due Monday are complete.

Period 6: Due March 4: Read lesson 8.1-Page 528-534. Write in your notebook the meanings of the following words and give an example for each: Positive angle; negative angle; quadrantal angle; Standard position; co-terminal angles. Focus on how to convert degrees to radians and radians to degrees. Page 539-540: 21,22;46-52 (evens); 61-72(all)  NEW TAB ALERT: TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

P4: Due March 5: Please complete the first 6 problems of your sinusoidal modeling problems worksheet.

P6: Read lesson 8.6 pp593-602; page 602-603: 1-4; 45-56

P4: Due March 6: Complete your sinusoidal modeling worksheets. On a graph paper: page 580: 40, 43, 47, 51 and 52 Read examples on page 578-579

P6: Due March 16: We will review the exponential and logarithmic functions. Page 390: 1-4; 5-9, 10-12(part a only); 13-15 and Exponential and logarithmic Equations and Factoring review.pdf Please print it out and complete.

P4: Due March 17: On a graph paper: page 580-581: 33-37, 54, 61, 62, 64-72 (evens); Print out and complete: Sinusoidal modeling review.pdf

P6:Due March 17: Please complete your class worksheet on unit circle exploration.

P6: Due March 19: Evaluating trig. functions for special angles.pdf Complete the first 2 pages.

 P4: Due March 18:Writing equations of graphs of secant and tangent functions.pdf Just complete: b, Period, Phase shift, vert.shift and complete the functions. 

P4: Due March 20: Read pg 660-665; pg 669-670: 1-12; Quiz on sinusoidal problems is postponed to Monday, March 23.

P6: Due March 20:Complete your last page of your worksheet.

P4: Due March 23: page 670-671: 18-36(evens); 58-70(evens); 96-102(all)

P6: Due March 24: page 591-592: 16,18,20, 66-76(evens), 95,104 pg677: 10-18(all)

Test Alert P4: Chapter 8 test - March 26. Topics: 8.1-8.7 and 9.4. Evaluations, equations, graphing, writing equations of trigonometric functions and sinusoidal modeling problems 

MIDTERM ALERT:

P4: MARCH 30-TOPICS: 1. Calculus Skills and Exponential and logarithmic functions-40%; 3. Trigonometric functions 60% -15 Multiple Choice problems

P6: March 27: TOPICS: 1. Rational functions (25%); 2. Exponential and logarithmic functions including calculus skills (55%); 3. Trigonometry (20%)

P4: March 25: Page 625-628: 14;17-22;35-37;44; 53-56, 87, 92,93;page 629: 12, 13 

P6: March 25: Page 677: 6-9; 25-32(part a only)

P4-Study Guide for the midterm: Calculus Skills Worksheet.pdf;Exponential and logarithmic Equations and Factoring review.pdf; Exponential and logarithmic functions study guide.pdf; and your study guide for Chapter 8 with book problems on it.

P6-Study Guide for the midterm: Calculus Skills Worksheet.pdf;Exponential and logarithmic functions study guide.pdf;Rational functions study guide.pdf and Chapter 8 - Evaluations of trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations; quiz topics

P4: April 2: Page 639:40-58(evens); 62-72 (evens); 74-82 (evens) Please read the hints given on page 633 and examples on page 635-637.

P6: April 2: Page 612-613:  25-30;32; 35,38 Note: Divide minutes into 60 to get degrees. Example: 20' = 20/60 degrees 

P4: April 13 - Complete your projects. Projects are due Monday, April 13. Also, I did not collect the homework due April 2. Make sure that assignment is complete. Please complete the following: Page 639:  83-88; 93-97 and complete: Trigonometry review.pdf

P6: Due April 14: Complete your projects. They are due April 14. Also complete: page 628: 90-93; and print out and complete: Trigonometry review P6.pdf

P4: Due April 15:Read lesson 9.2: pp641-647; pp647: 6-20(evens)-Read Example 3 on page 644 ; 23-29(all)-Read Example 4 on page 645.

P6: Due April 15:Page 614-615: 41, 44-47 (Remember: The minutes must be divided by 60 and added to degrees. Round to the nearest tenths: 45 degrees 20' = 45+20/60 = 45.3 degrees

P4: Due April 16: page 647-648: 38-42;51-56

P6: Due April 17: Complete your assignment due April 15 and read lesson 8.3 pp 554-565;      page565-566: 1-8; 17-20.

P4: Due April 20: pg 648: 48, 50; pg 649: 1-10 (Reviewing basic concepts); pg 657: 2-6 (evens)

P6: Due April 20: On a graph paper: page 566-567: 59-64(all); 30-36(evens) (Please read examples 4 and 6 on page 560 and 562) Cosine table looks exactly like the one I did in class. You just remember: cos (0)= 1; cos (pi/2) = 0   cos pi = - 1 cos 3pi/2 = 0 and cos 2pi  = 1; 

P4: Due April 21: Page 658: 50,53,58; Page 682-683: 7,9-11;21, 22,32

P6: You drop your homework due April 20 on Tuesday April 21. Due April 23: On a graph paper: 41, 42, 47-50, 54, 56

P4: Due April 24: Make sure that your homework assignments which were due April 16,20 and 21 are complete. We will grade them.  Read page 692-699. Page 700-701: 11-18;57,58 

P6: Due April 24: No extra homework. Please complete your April 23 homework.

P4: April 28: Page 702-703: 63,64,66,67,70; Page 710-711: 1-8; 16-18; 51-54(Please read section 10.2 pp704-709)

P6: Due April 28: Please print out and follow up the instructions: Writing equations of sinusoidal functions revised.pdf

P6: Due April 30: Please print out and complete: Writing equations of sinusoidal functions assignment 2.pdf. Also please complete your April 28 assignments. We will grade them.

P4: Due April 29: Page 711-714: 56, 58, 64, 77-79,87,88

P4: Due May 1: Juniors-Sophomores only: Read lesson 10.3pp714-721; page 722: 23-36(no calculator)

Senior FINAL Study Guide: Period 4 -May 4 -Please print out, start working on it and bring it to class tomorrow: Senior final study guide P4.pdf.

Senior FINAL Study Guide: Period 6-May 6 - Senior final study guide Period 6.pdf

Period 4: Due May 4: Juniors-Sophomores only: Page 722-723: 17-19; 46-66(evens-for 62-66 read example 6 on page 718); Seniors-FINAL EXAM-Study your study guide!!

Period 6: Due May 5 - Please complete your modeling worksheet and the problems from the book listed at the end of the worksheet.

Period 4: Due May 6: page 723-725: 68, 72, 78, 87,90, 92 (sum of vertical components of 2 vectors); 93, 96, 97,100, 101, 105

Period 6: Read lesson 8.4: pp571-579; page 579: 1-10

Period 6: Due May 8: Page 580: On a graph paper: 29, 34, 38, 48, 54,62 Please graph one period only. For cotangent graphs, see examples 4 and 5 on pages 578-579.

Period 4: Due May 7: Page 428-429:On a graph paper: 1-6; 19-22, 27

Period 6: Due May 11: Complete your May 8 Homework. New assignment: Page 580-581: 53, 61, 67-72;Read pp 692-699; page 700: 11-16  

Period 4: Due May 11: Please print out and complete: Vectors Review.pdf . Vector drill is on Monday.  Also, on your projectile worksheet: Write the x- and y-components of the vectors for each problem.

Period 6: Due May 13: pg701: 57-60; pg 710-713: 1-8; 51-54, 56,58,61, 77,78  

Period 4: Due May 14: Page 755-756: 2-6 (evens); 12, 14, 15-16 (first convert to rectangular form and then graph 15 and 16), 39, 40; we have a quiz on parametrics on Friday!!!!! 

BOTH PERIODS NEED TO PRINT IT OUT: TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES.pdf

Period 6: Due May 14:Attention: We have extra class today (May 14) after school. Complete your May 13 assignment. 

Period 4: Due May 15: page 747-749: 4-10(evens); 20-24 (no calculator); 57, 59-64 (you don't need to graph them; just identify the type of graph); Print out at least 2 copies: Polar graph paper.pdf

Period 4: Due May 19: Read and copy the table on page 746 in your notebooks. Page 748: 31-34; graph on polar graph paper: 36, 38, 41,43 and complete:Polar MC assignment.pdf 

Period 6: Due May 18: Page 639: 56, 59, 66, 70, 82, 85,88, 90; Page 647: 11-14; 17-19(For 17-19: read example 3 on page 644-645) , 29, 33-35, 39

Period 6: Due May 19: pg660: 79-85;pg 677: 2-10(evens); 22-24; 27-30(part a only); pg 682-683: 9-11; 14a, 15a, 17a


Period 4: Parametric functions QUIZ -May 19- Alert: Graphing parametric functions (6.4); Conversion from parametric to rectangular equations (p429: 19-34 and p755:1-20);projectile motion (p756: 37-40, 41 and projectile WS)  

Period 4: Due May 20: Print out and complete: Polar WS 2.pdf 

Period 6: Due May 21: Page 649: 1-10 (reviewing basic concepts) pg 657: 1-3; pg 685: 1-4; 7

Period 4: Due May 22: page 749: 71,72; pg 757: 1-8(reviewing basic concepts); Test on parametric and polar functions on Friday, May 22nd!!!!!

ALERT BOTH PERIODS 4 AND 6: We start after school sessions on Wednesday May 27 and Thursday May 28. The following week, we will have also 2 after school sessions. The sessions will be 1 hour long- 2:00-3:00pm. All students need to attend. I will post the schedule for the following week later. Also, our Summer Component AP Calculus Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 26 at 1:30pm right after school. If you take this class, please be prompt. Each period will complete their respective test on May 26, Tuesday in class.

P4 and P6: No Homework due May 27. We have extra class 2-3 pm.

P4 and P6: Due May 29: Page 837: 30-46 (evens); page 842: 24-36(evens); 41, 42, 44-46

P4(June 3) and P6(June 2): Complete your continuity test handouts; Page 849-850: 1-5; 12-17; 28, 34-44(evens) and print out and complete: HPC final study guide part 1.pdf EXTRA CLASS schedule: P6: June 2-1:45-3:00 pm P4: June 3-2:45-4:00pm

Extra Assignment-for both periods:Print out and complete: Limit review.pdf

Period 6 - June 3: Limit review 1.pdf

Period 4-6: June 5: HPC Final Study guide part 2.pdf On Friday, we will discuss these study guides. Please print them out and complete. Period 4-You also complete your last limit worksheet. We have a quiz on limit and continuity on Friday too.

P4-P6 UPDATE: I will hand out the topic rosters on Monday in class. Please focus on both parts of the existing study guides over the weekend. 

BOTH PERIODS: FINAL STUDY GUIDE:HPC Final Study Guide.pdf

 Due August 5: Complete your introduction worksheet front page only.

Due August 7: Interval notation application.pdf

Due August 10: page 32-33: 49-56; 57-60; 64, 65, 67-70; pg 42: 12-24( evens) and here is the scanned copy:1.3 Assignment for P6.pdf

Due August 12: pg 43: 43-54

Due August 13: Page 33: 82-84; page 44: 61, 62

Due August 17: Print out and complete: Linear Modeling Practice Set.pdf

Due August 18: Read page 38-41; Page 45: 69a, c; 70a, c,d; 71a,b; 72a,b

Due August 20: page 58-60: 38-40; 60, 61, 63-74, 95, 96, 101,104

Due August 21: Page 71: 66-74; page 72: 4-10

Due August 25: HPC Test 1 Study Guide.pdf I also attached the class worksheet distributed today on it. You can only use the study guide during the test. Remember that your class worksheets are due today.

Due August 26: Study for the test 1.

Due August 28:  Read lesson 2.1 pp82-92; page 92-93: 1-10; 17-22 

Due September 1: pg 93: 11-16; 35-42

Due September 2: Page 94-95: 44-64(evens) and complete your class worksheets.

Due September 9: Page 99-102: 1-21;43-46; 52-56(evens) and on a graph paper: Page 101: 32, 37, 40-42, 48, 49 

Due September 11: Page 111: 2-8(evens); 24-32 (evens); Page 112-113: On a graph paper: 35, 42,43,46, 50; 52, 53

Due September 14: On a graph paper, graph the functions with tables: page 113: 57-60; page 154-155: 25, 51, 52 

Due September 16: Function transformations graphs and point transformations assignment.pdf

Due September 21: Graphical analysis of functions.pdf : Use graph paper for all problems indicated except the last page. You circle the answers on that page.

Due September 22: We have a quiz on function transformations. Page 146: 59-64 (parts a and b only) Do not compute the domains!!!!!!!

Due September 24: Page 144-147: 1-6; 31-34; 38,48,50, 51, 52

Due September 29:This is the handout that I distributed in class. For each problem, you complete domain of f(g(x)) and g(f(x)). Domains of composite functions worksheet.pdf and Read example 9 on page 143. Page 147-148: 91, 92, 94-96

Due September 30: Complete your composite domain and applications of composite functions WS. Complete the book problems from September 29 assignment.

Due October 2: Page 326-329: 27-36; 68-90(evens); 105-108 and Table Application composite inverse applications.pdf: Print out and complete.

Due October 5: Print out and complete: Review Package Function Operations.pdf

Due October 7: We have our test. Study guide problems: Page 154-156: 1-18/; 19-30; 39-46; 47-52; 79-92; Page 157: 1-4; 6; Page 327: 27-36; 67-78; 79-89; Also all problems we did on composite domains and composite functions applications.

Due October 9: Complete your projects.

Due October 12: Page 133-134: on a graph paper: 14-17, 18, 20 (for each graph, identify domain, range, increasing-decreasing, positive-negative intervals); 8, 21-24;33-36 

Due October 14: Page 132-135: 1-4;49, 55 and complete your class worksheets.

Due October 15: Complete your exploration worksheets. Page 124-125: 30-38(evens); 48-50; 54-60(evens); 68a, 70a

Due October 19: page 114: 89-94: find the equation of absolute value function for each graph and convert them into piecewise functions. Page 154-155: 31, 61, 63-66;

Due October 21: Complete your class worksheets. We have a short quiz on piecewise and absolute value functions.

Due October 29: Please complete your projects. We have a quiz on piecewise functions this day. Here is a study guide: Page 124-125: 29-32; 48-61; 67-71 (part a); 88,90; Page 132-135: 1-4; 15-24; 33-38; 49,55 and also your class worksheets on the topics.

Due November 3: Your projects are due. Please print out and complete: Midterm study guide.pdf Ignore the last portion on parabola. Everything on there is included up to the end of piecewise functions and the last worksheet is included.

November 6: Read pp160-164; Page 165-166:  56-64(evens); 75-80; 100-102

Due November 9: We have a project quiz on Monday. Page 174-177:1-4;  5, 9, 10 (part a only for these problems); 17, 20, 24,; 28-31: Use completing square technique to write the vertex form. Then, graph them. 41-44; 59, 60 (for graphical solutions on parts 59f and 60d use the zero function in your calculator.)  

Due November 11: Complete your class worksheets.

Due November 13: page 189-190: 25-32; 46, 50-52,55, 62-66(evens)

Due November 16: Please print out and complete: Quadratic Inequalities Worksheet.pdf and page 190: 81-94

Due November 18: Page 190: 71-74; Page 197-199: 11, 13, 14, 16, 26, 33,34 (read example3 on page 194-195); Graph paper: page 403: 106, 108,113, 114

Due November 19: We have a quiz this day. Here are your study problems: Parabola Quiz Study Guide.docx Print out and complete.

Due November 30: Read lesson 6.1(pp392-401). Page 401-404: 1-8; 10-18(evens); 48, 50, 57-64, 91, 92, 122-124

Due December 1: Read lesson 6.2 on ellipses pp405-409; Graph paper: page 414: 20-22; 31, 35-41

Due December 3: Page 413-415: On a graph paper: 1-8; 55-58; 79-82

Due December 4: Complete your class worksheets. and page 415: 72-76; we have a quiz on ellipse and hyperbola.

Due December 8: Complete your class worksheets: 1-8; Read lesson 3.5: pp201-209;       Page 210-211: 1-8; 10-18(evens); 33-36

Due December 10: Print out and complete: Polynomial Challenge Revised.pdf You will need your graphing calculator. Page 211: 37-46; page 223-224: use synthetic division: 21-24; and long division: 83,84

Due December 11: Page 222-224: 9-11; 35, 36, 61,62, 71,72

Due January 6: Please print out and complete: Calculus Skills Worksheet I revised.docx and Polynomial functions practice set.pdf:No calculator except #11

Due January 7:  Page 234: Use rational root theorem to factor :49-51, 53 and page 235: 85,86.

Due January 11: Print out and completePolynomial functions review worksheet 2.pdf and page 242-244: 6-12, 19-24 (solve them. No graphing)and 65 (calc required. and read example 7 on page 240.)

Due January 12: page 233-234: 27-30; and 61 (given zero: 1/3) and 62 (given zero: -2); page 244-245: 66,68;

Due January 14: Work on your polynomial projects and study guides.

Due January 15: Projects are due and we have a test on polynomials.

Due January 20: Read lesson 4.1 pages 256-260; page 261: 1-16; 35-38 

Due January 21:  on a graph paper: Page 262:42, 43; page 272: 1-8; 11,12,15-20

Due January 25: On a graph paper: p273-274:32,34,35,38-41,47,63,64

Due January 26: On a graph paper: Page 273-274: 57,58,70-72;

Due January 28: Page 285: 14-18; 26-28; 57,58,60 + worksheet

Due January 29: Complete your graph worksheets graphs of rational functions and page 285:23,24, 29 and page 287: 67-69 (read example 5 on page 280) 

Due February 2: page 287-289: 67-69; 72 (read example 6 on page 281); 75, 78-86(evens); 87-90

Due February 4: Please add the following problems on the same pages that you did your February 2 assignment: page 289-290: 96-101 and complete your February 2 work. You have a quiz this day: 2 equations, 1 inequality, 2 or 3 applications, and 1 graph where you need to write the equation.  

Due February 5: Read lesson 4.4  on page 291-298. page 298-300: 11,12, 16,18,20,76,79-81 

Due February 9: Page 307-310: 7-9;25-30;77,78 and start on your projects

Due February 10: Complete your projects and complete your class worksheets.

Due February 12: Study for your test.

Due February 16: read Lesson 5.2: 330-338; page 339-341: 37,38, 47-54, 72,74,75  (for problems 72,74, and 75 use calculator and the formulas given on pages 336 and 338) 

 Due February 18: Complete your February 16 homework. Graph paper: page 340: 40-46(evens); 55-58; page 349: 2, 23-30. 

Due February 19: Page 366-367: 1-7; 15,16,40-56(evens)

Due February 23: Solve the circled problems on your worksheet. Complete your February 19 assignment. Page 366-367: 47,49,55, 67, 70-72, 78, 85  (Problems 78 and 85 are u-sub) Please come to tutoring on Monday during lunch if you need help.

Due February 24: On a graph paper: page 359: 45,49,50; 31-38; 16-22(evens); 58,60 (for these 2 problems just find the inverse functions. Do not graph)  Page 368: 68,73,107

Due February 26: Complete your class worksheets. Please come to tutoring if you don't understand.

Due March 8: page 376-379:  8,10,17,20, 26, 30-32,36, 42,  49, 50b and c and print out and complete:  Exponential and logarithmic Equations and Factoring review.pdf 

Due March 10: Complete your study guides and page 376-379: 13 and 14. Complete your March 8 bookwork.

Due March 11: We have our test today. please study and review the concepts, past homework assignments, quizzes, and study guide.

Due March 14: Print out and complete:Honors Precalculus Midterm Study Guide second semester.docx

March 15: Midterm

March 17: No Homework. Work on your projects: Project on Exponential and Logarithmic functions revised P6.docx.

March 18: Projects are due.

March 22: Page 539-542: 62-72(evens)109-112; 119,120, 125,127,128  and find the reference angles for the following angles: 170 degrees; 255 degrees; 320 degrees; -160 degrees. 

March 23: Complete both class worksheets.

April 4:Print out and complete: Arc length, linear and angular speed practice set r.pdf  We have a quiz on the concepts of 8.1 on Monday, April 4.                Page 592:66-76(evens); Page 604: 63-65,  81-86 (part b only for these 6 questions), 87-92 (all) . No calculator for these problems.   

April 5: Print out and complete: Trigonometric Equations Workout.pdf  We have a quiz today on 8.1 and trigonometric evaluations and equations.

April 7: No Homework.

April 8: Complete your handout of problems. Page 613-614: 27-29; 31,32,35,36  Important note: To convert minutes into degrees, you need to divide the number of minutes to 60 and add it to the degrees. Example: 21 degrees 10' = 21+10/60 = 21.2 (rounded to the nearest tenths) 

April 12:Complete your handout problems which were due April 8. Page 614-615: 41,46,48; page 701-702: 59,60, 68,69 ;page 711-713: 52,57,58,61,64,69,72 

April 13:Page 713: 77-86; Study for your quiz: 8.7, 10.1, 10.2 

April 15: On a graph paper:page 566: 29-31, 34-36; 17-20

April 18: On a graph paper: page 566-567: 40, 42,43, 50,55,56, 58 

April 20: Complete your class worksheets. Don't forget the book problems: Page 567:59-68 and graph paper: page 580: 30, 33, 34, 36 

April 21: Please complete your assignment due April 20 and complete your modeling problems 1,4,and 5.

April 26: Print out and completeWriting equations of sinusoidal graphs assignment.pdf  and on a graph paper: Page 579-581: 1-6; 48,53,61,62, 64-72(evens) 

April 27: We have a quiz: 5 questions: 1-3: Graphing sin or cos; tan or cot; sec or csc; 4: Writing one sine and one cosine function for the graph given; 5: Modeling word problem;   page 639: 40-52(evens) 

May 2: Page 639: 54-68(evens); 76-80; 88,89,95,96; 

Study guide for May 5 test: TRIGONOMETRY UNIT TEST STUDY GUIDE.docx I will provide some suggested problems on Monday.

May 3: 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 

Due May 10,2016: page 677: 14-32(evens) and page 682-683: 7,10,11,18a, 27,31,32

Due May 11: Page 722-723: 24-36(evens- no calculator) 42,44 (calc OK), 62,66,74  Study for your quiz on 9.5-9.6 equations.

Due May 13: Page 723-724: 78-82(evens); 87(Read example 10 on page 721) 94-97(draw diagrams and read examples 8 and 9 on page 720)

Due May 16: Page 724-725: 85,86,89,100; page 429: 20-28(evens); Page 755-756: 2-6(evens);37,38  

Due May 18: Page 756-757: 39,40,42 (no calculator on part a) ; Page 724-725: 93, 101;Page 726: Reviewing Basic Concepts7-10;  

 May 19: Test 2 on Trigonometry :  Inclined plane problem; bearing problems; solving trig equations; verifying trig identities; vector operations; parametric functions; projectile problem 

TRIGONOMETRY PROJECTTrigonometry Applications Project.pdf DUE MAY 25!!!!! 

Due May 26: Page 835: 1-16; Page 849: 1-3 and complete your class worksheets. 

Due May 31: Complete your study guide practice problems on a separate page. Page 843: 24-38(evens), 41-46; Page 850: 37-45

Due June 2: We have a quiz on limits. Complete your class worksheets. 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Due August 12:  page 20-21: 65-72;76,77,79,80

Due August 16: Complete your 'Diagnostic' handout. Page 30-33: 11, 30-33; 49-56;60-62; 67-70; 81,83,84 (For 81,83,84 use proper function notation) 

 Due August 17: Complete your class worksheets. 

Due August 18: We have a quiz on 1.1-1.4 today. Interval notation for special intervals, function notation (tables, graphs, equations), linear functions, meaning development (slope and y-intercept) and equations of parallel and perpendicular lines will be tested. Page 43-45: 48-54(evens); 68-70 (you will need graphic calculator for linear regression equations)  

Due August 19: Read lesson 1.5 (pp 47-56) page 57-60: 10-16; 49-52;64-74(evens) 

Due August 23: You need to complete your August 19 homework. Page 60: 96-102; Page 71: 66-74 

Due August 24:  Complete: Linear functions applications including inequalities.pdf Given in class.

Due August 26: Complete: Linear Systems.pdf  Given in class. You need to complete also your August 24 assignment. 

Due August 29: Complete your class worksheet on system of inequalities. Read lesson 7.7 on pages 503-508; page 510: on a graph paper:47-51; 61-64, and write a system of inequalities for the graphs given in problems 73 and 74. (In other terms, you just write a system of inequalities to represent the shaded area.)

Study Guide for August 31 quiz: 1. Linear regression (suggested problems: page 44-45: 62,66,68-70); 2. Formulas (linear functions handout - 3rd page; page 71: 66-74); 3. Intersection-slope problems(Linear Functions handout first page); 4. Curves and lines problems(Linear function handout-2nd page); 5. Inequalities (page 59-60: 64-72;95-104 and last page on linear functions handout); 6. System of equations word problems and special cases (Linear Systems Word Problems handout); 7. system of Inequalities (System of Inequalities handout and page 510: 47-51,74,75) 
 
Due September 6: Read lesson 1.6 (pp.61-66). Focus on examples 1-5. Page 67-71: 16-20; 30-33, 36, 42-45, 47,49,53-55
 
Due September 7: No Homework. Study for your homework drill: page 67-70: 16-25, 30-36, 41-50,53-56  
 
Due September 9: Complete your class worksheets. Page 780-781:26, 32,40, 50, 54,70-73 
 
Due September 12: Complete your bookwork for September 9 and solve 1-8 on your partial fractions worksheet. 
 
Due September 14: page 124-125: 41-43 (a-c);70-74(part a only),83-86,88,90 
 
Due September 16: Print out and complete: Unit 1 Test Study Guide.pdf 
 
Due September 20: Complete your project: CALCULUS EXPLORATION PROJECT 1.docx 
 
Due September 22: page 92-95: 1-10;15,22,29-34, 36,42,46, 48,49, 60-64 We have also a drill on the project closed book. 
 
 Due September 26: Complete your class worksheets:Profile of parent functions activity.pdf. Read lesson 2.2 (pages 95-99). Page 99-100: 1-19 
 
Due September 27: On a graph paper: page 101: 31, 36-38,41; page 111: 1-6(all); 24-32(evens). Also please solve this problem: f(x) = x²  and g(x) = -2(5 - x)² + 3 Describe the transformations from f to g. Find the new coordinates of the point (3,9) on g(x).
 
Due September 29: Complete your class worksheets except the last sketching exercise on last page. On a graph paper: Page 112: 39, 42, 43,46, 48 Use tables and transformations. 
 
Due September 30: On a graph paper: page 113: 58-62 and complete your last 3 graphs on the absolute value transformation worksheet.
 
Due October 4: Please complete your class worksheets with a separate sheet: Problems 7, 10,11,4,6 and all last page of the handout. We have a quiz on 2.1-2.3. Please study your September 22 homework and all your assignments starting 9/26 and class worksheets. Here is an additional review package: Function Transformations Review.pdf  Please come to tutoring Monday lunch or after school before 4 pm for tutoring if you need help.
 
Due October 6: Read lesson 2.6 on page 136-143; page 144-145: 1-6; 9,12-16; 32,34,36 
 
Due October 12 : Page 144-148: 8,10,24-30(evens-parts d and e only), 38, 49-51, 78, 94-96 
 

Due October 13: Complete your class worksheets on composite domains: 1-6 (both compositions-total 12 compositions) on a separate paper. 


 Due October 17:  Read lesson 5.1 (pp320-326); Page 326-328: 10-12;27-36;68,72,74,77, 80-90(evens) and complete your class worksheets. 
 
 MIDTERM: OCTOBER 19 - HPC MIDTERM STUDY GUIDE.docx 
 
Project 2: Project Problems Function Operations HPC P6.docx    DUE: OCTOBER 21  AND DRILL: 10/24
 
Due October 25: Please complete your class worksheets on evaluating and graphing piece-wise functions. We have a project drill on Tuesday. 
 
Due October 26: Please complete your class worksheets on piece-wise functions. 
 
 INCOME TAX PROJECT DUE: OCTOBER 31; HERE IS A COPY: P6 Income Tax project.pdf 
 
QUIZ ON PIECE-WISE FUNCTIONS: FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 -GRAPHING, EVALUATIONS, WRITING EQUATIONS, APPLICATIONS
 
Due November 3: Complete your class worksheets on parabola and page 165-166: 28-32; 52, 57-60, 100-103

Due November 7: Complete your class worksheets. No bookwork. 

Due November 9: page 177-178:58-60; 63, 72; page 191-192: 74, 91-93; 112-116  

Due November 10: pg197-200: 14,18,21,23,26,34

Due November 14: Page 210-212: 1-8; 37-46; 66 and complete your class worksheets.
Quiz on 3.1-3.4: Study complex numbers, parabola formulas, parabola applications, polynomial equations and inequalities.

Due November 15: Page 223: 35,36, 81-83;  Read: Rational Root Theorem (dedicated to Miac Miac) page 229-231; Then, on page 234:  solve problem 47 and 48 part a only for both.

Due November 17: Read Lesson 3.6: 214-222; Page 222-224: 10, 12, 46,47, 62; Page 234-235: 45,46,;48,50-52 (for these 4 problems: just do parts a, c, and d. Do not graph in the calculator.); 85, 86 (factorial form for 85 and 86)

Due November 30: Work on your projects. Page 401-402: Read lesson 6.1 pp391-401; page 402-403: 1-8; 46-49;54, 56

Due December 1: Complete your piecewise function worksheets. Page 403: On a graph paper: 57-64; 104-106;110-113

Due December 5: Complete your projects. Page 414: On a graph paper: 20,21, 30-36(evens);37;42-44

Due December 6: On a graph paper: Page 415:58,60, 78-80; We have a quiz on circles, sideways parabola and ellipses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 














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