St.Genevieve's Math Department

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Syllabus

Algebra 2 Honors Subject Roster

Test 1: January 25,2012 - Function Fundamentals

Test 2: February 23-24-Linear functions, inequalities, piecewise and absolute value functions, equations, inequalities, systems of linear equations 2x2 and 3x3 and inequalities

Test 3: March 7 - Matrices

Test 4: March 31-Quadratic Relations

Test 5: April 26-Polynomials and radical functions

Test 6: May 10-Exponential and logarithmic functions

DREAM-HOUSE PROJECT DUE: MAY 18,2017

Test 7: May 31-Probability concepts

June 5: Page 789: 46-60(evens); Print out and complete: trigonometric equations worksheet Please give all answers in degrees.

June 1: Read pp769-771: page 772-774: 5-7; 22-24; 47-49(calculator OK)

May 31: Study for your test. Here is another review handout: Probability Review

May 30: Classroom handout -Probability Practice: #6,7,10-13 and multiple choice handout - Lesson 7.2 handout.

May 25: We have a small quiz on permutations and combinations-4 questions (20 min)Page 719-720: 8-10; 30-36, 39,40,49

May 24: Page 705-706: 32,36, 55, 56, 61,62; page 712-713: 22,25, 29,30,47, 48, 52, 55-58

May 23: Quiz on arithmetic and geometric series and sequences including word problems. We have an after school class: 3-4 pm

Due May 22: Pg663-664: 4-8; 10-14(evens); 24,25; Page 670-671: 10, 13, 17-20; 60; 65-67

May 19: Quiz on rational functions part 2-rational expressions multiplication, division, addition, subtraction; complex numbers; rational equations and inequalities; applications

Due May 18: Complete your rational inequalities worksheet. Page 571-572: 14, 40, 44,50,54,55

Due May 16: Page 559: 47,49 ; Page 565-567: 10, 34-37; 39,40, 44; 52,53 Quiz topics: Inverse, direct, joint variation problems; graphing rational functions, determine the profile of a rational function including the rational functions

Due May 15: We will correct May 11 assignment. On a graph paper: Page 543: 12, 15, 20-22; 26,29; Page 550-551: 9, 13, 16, 29,30,34,35. WORK ON YOUR PROJECTS.

Due May 11: Page 537-538: 4-18(evens); 32,33, 39,40,54. I also posted the word document for the project and the spreadsheet under the tab: Algebra II H Project.

Due May 8: Page 506-507: 62-65; 68-70; Page 513-514: 10-12(no calculator); 28; Page 521: 42-45; and please research a career, beginning monthly salary and a city for your upcoming project.

Due May 5: Complete your class worksheets on exponential growth models on a separate sheet.

Due May 4: Page 496-498: 38,45,52,56; 88-90; Page 505-506: 32,33,40, 49, 52, 55,60 We have a quiz on Thursday: Topics-All assignments starting from April 27 to May 2.

Due May 2: We will grade May 1 assignment. On a graph paper: page 490-491: 34,35, 48-54(evens); 61, 62, 73,74

Due May 1: Page 483-484: 23, 26, 53-56, 61-66; Page 505-506: 25-27, 29, 44, 45,47 Sophomores: You need to read lessons 8.3,8.4, and 8.6 before you start your assignment.

Due April 28: On a graph paper: Page 469-470: 16,18, 38,42,48, 49-54 For problems : 50 and 53-graph them in your calculators; 51 and 54: intersection method

Due April 27: Read lesson 8.1-page 465-468; p469: 1-3;10-12;19-24

Due April 26: Study for your test.

Due April 25: On a graph paper: Page 434-45: 29 and 39, 41 and 42;Page 441: 24, 30, 41, 43, 45; Page 370: 57,58 (calculator OK) We will grade page 414:1-21 today.

Due April 24: Complete your 2 class worksheets. Read lessons 7.1 and 7.2: pp401-410; page 414: 1-21 (Quiz 1)

Due April 7: Page 369: 10, 12; page 377: 34 - for this function: identify increasing-decreasing intervals; positive-negative intervals; range; zeros; maxima and minima and classify them. Round all decimals to the nearest tenths.

Due April 6: We have a quiz on polynomials. All assignments starting on April 3 will be on the quiz. Read examples 3-5 on page 354-356; Page 357: 44-50 (evens); 58; Page 363: 48-52(evens); Page 370: 38,42

Due April 5: Page 348-350: 9, 10,17; 26-32; 56-66(evens); 80-85, 88

Due April 4: Page 334-335: 60,61,82(calculator OK); page 341: 7-10, 12; page 356: 22, 26, 28, 36

Due April 3: Read Lesson 6.1: pp323-325; page 326-327: 20-50(evens)

Due March 30: Page 635-637: 32, 38, 44-46,51,64,65

Due March 29: Page 629-630: 36-44(evens); 45-50; 68,69

Due March 28: No Homework

Due March 27: We have a quiz on parabola and circles. Complete the homework portion of your ellipse worksheet. Page 613:69-71 (read example 3 on page 611) and page 629-630: 63,64

Due March 24: Complete the first 2 objectives on your objective worksheet. Page 612: 1, 2, 18-23

Due March 23: Page 629: On a graph paper: First write the parabola equations in vertex form, and the circles in standard form and then graph: 51, 56, 59, 60,61; Page 599: 78,79; Page 605: 76, 79,81

Due March 22: Page 599: 60-74(evens); Page 628: 15, 16

Due March 21: We have a quiz: complex numbers, factoring and solving equations, discriminant analysis, STA, quadratic formula, quadratic-linear systems, word problems, modeling problems including matrix system and quadratic regression. Page 309-311: 3-6, 8, 17,22,27,31, 35,37.

Due March 20: Complete your application problems on quadratic functions part 3 problems. . Print out and complete: Quadratic functions assignment

Due March 16: Complete the circled problems on your quadratic-linear systems worksheet.

Due March 15: Page 296-297: 51-54; 62-67,70,72, 75,79,80 (read example 5 on page 294 for problems 79, 80)

Due March 14: Page 278: 60,61,63, 68, 70, 86, 95 ; Page 287: 74, 76, 80-82

Due March 13: Page 277-278: 26-28; 48-56(evens) ;We have a quiz on parabola on Monday: Graphing, writing equations, solving equations by factoring and taking the root, quadratic inequalities and STA. Print out and complete: Quadratic Inequalities and STA review

Due March 10: On a graph paper: Page 253-254: 22, 28,30, 36, 37; Page 261: 76-79; Page 304: 41-45

Due March 9: Read Section 5.1. Page 249-252; Page 253-254: 1-3; 10-12; 17-19, 51(calculator OK); Page 260: 30-44(evens)

Due March 7: Study page 243-245; Chapter Test and Chapter Standardized Test

Due March 6: Page 234-235: 36-38; 41, 43,44, 46-all problems: calculator except 46; Page 182-183: 35-38 (use matrix system and calculator for these problems)

Due March 2: Page 218-219: 11, 39-41, 54(calc OK); Page 233: 23-26 There is no zero period on Wednesday and bring your graphing calculators in class. We will also grade February 28 assignment today.

Due February 28: Page 211-212: 20, 25, 28-32(evens), 33, 34, 40

Due February 27: Read lesson 4.1 on pages 199-202; page 203-204: 1-4; 6-10, 32-38

Due February 23: We have a test on linear functions and systems of equations and inequalities. Complete your study guide.

Due February 22: Page 181-183: solve: 8-10, 27,31,32; set up equations but do not solve: 35-37

Due February 21: I will collect February 17 assignment. On a graph paper: page 173-174: 23, 27, 28, 40,42,46,47; Page 181-182: 18,21, 24, 26

Due February 17: Complete your class worksheets. On a graph paper: Page 160: 32, 36, 43, 48,50. For each graph, determine the intersection points algebraically.

Due February 16: Please complete your worksheets. Quiz topics: System of equations-graphing, elimination, substitution, STA, special cases and word problems.

Due February 14: Page 152-153: 35,37-40, 45,46,57,58

Due February 13: On a graph paper: page 142-143: 22, 25, 27, 29, 35-40, 48 and complete your linear inequality word problems.

Due February 10: No Homework. Quiz on piecewise and absolute value functions.

Due February 9: Page 53-54: 37,38, 50-58(evens); 66,68,69 Read examples 4 and 5 on page 52 before solving 66,68, and 69

Due February 8: Complete your class worksheets on piece-wise functions and applications of piece-wise functions.

Due February 7: Page 125-127: 12-17; 34-39; 46,47,49,50

Due February 3: No Homework. We have a drill on scatterplots and inequalities.

Due February 2: Page 117-118: On a graph paper:

14-26(evens);37,39

Due February 1: On a graph paper: Page 105: 24-27- calculator OK; page 111-112: 24-26; 28, 30, 33-35; 50,51,53

Due January 31: No Homework

Due January 30: Complete your class worksheets. We have a quiz on Monday on sections 2.2-2.4. Study guide problems: Homework assignments for January 26 and 27 ; Page 89: Quiz 1 - 6-11; Page 97: 59-64; Page 133: Chapter test: 6-14; warm up problems in class.

Due January 27: Page 81: 56, 57; Page 87: 37-39; 59(do not graph); Page 95-97: 25-28; 32, 60,62

Due January 26: Page 79: 1-3; 4-16(evens),17-19

Before you start please read section 2.2 (pp75-78)

Due January 25: Please study for your test. No Homework.

Due January 24: We have a quiz on composite and inverse functions. Please study all your assignments. Ni Homework.

Due January 23: Complete your inverse function worksheet and tables worksheets.

Due January 20: Complete your composite function worksheets.

Due January 19: Complete your class worksheets on transformations. Complete the even-odd function worksheet: Use algebraic method to check whether the given functions are even, odd, or neither.

Due January 17: Complete your last page on the transformations worksheet.Also, print out the syllabus and make it sign by your parent.

Due January 13: Do not forget your graphing calculators. Page 30: 30-36;40-42. We will correct also January 12 assignment today.

Due January 12: Complete your multiple choice worksheet.

Due January 11: Complete the last two pages of your function assignment.

Due January 5,2016: Complete your functions worksheets given in class. Print out and complete: Inscribed solids exploration r.docx (no calculator) and complete your area-volume test worksheet given in class. We will have a test on areas and volumes on Wednesday, January 6.

Also, make sure that you buy your books and have a graphing calculator ready for the class. TI-83 or 84.

Due January 7: Complete your function worksheets.

Due January 8: Read lesson 2.1: pp60-64; Page 65-67: 10-16(evens); 22, 25,26, 29-33, 39

Due January 11: Please complete your 2 class worksheets: even/odd/symmetry : complete evens only; transformations ws: complete all problems on 2nd and 3rd page.

Due January 12: We have a quiz on functions. Page 402-403: 36-39; 62-70(evens); Page 410: 12-20(evens); 32,33

Due January 14: Page 402: 22-26(evens); 45,46,52, 61; page 410: 36-39 + complete your second problem on the worksheet.

Due January 15: Complete your composite domain worksheets. We have a quiz on composite and inverse functions.

Due January 19: Please complete your class worksheets on variation problems. Use a separate sheet.

Due January 20: Please study for your functions test: Function graphs, intervals, transformations, inverse and composites, domain of composite functions, direct-inverse variations

Due January 22: Page 86-87: On a graph paper: 14, 19-21, 24, 26,28, 31, 34,35, 39,41,46,48; page 96-97: 12 and 14 (use your graphing calculator to enter the data)

Due January 25: Complete your class worksheets:breakeven analysis.pdf

Due January 26: Complete your class worksheets. Scatterplot assignment will be given tomorrow. Study for your quiz.

Due January 27: Complete your class worksheets on piecewise functionsPiecewise writing equations from graph worksheet.pdf and scatterplots.

Due January 28: Print and complete only problems 1,2,4, and 5: Graphing piecewise functions 2.pdf.

Due January 29: page 111-113: 23-30, 34a,35a,41,44, 51,52; and complete the worksheet for January 28 problems 3 and 6; Piecewise function writing equation from graphs.pdf: Print out and complete.

Due February 1: Page 112: 37, 39,41,42 and 43: Just write each function as a piecewise function. Do not graph. Page 38-39: 24-27; 36-42(evens); 46-50(evens); 59-61

Due February 2: Complete your 2 class worksheets and page 46-47: 16,18; 26, 29, 54-56; 64,66,69-71

Due February 3: No Homework

Due February 4: On a graph paper: page 118-119: 24-26; 27-29; 30,33,38,43-46

Due February 5: Your test will be given on 2 days. Tomorrow, I will ask solve equations and inequalities, write equations of lines, scatterplots, line equations, absolute value and piecewise functions.On Monday, we will be doing the word problem applications.

Due February 8: Please study for the second part of the test: Word Problems - Linear models-Break-even and 2 point models, linear and absolute value inequality word problems.

Due February 9: On a graph paper: page 138-139: 9,12,30, 33; 20-28(evens); page 146-147 14, 44-48, 52 and print out and complete: Systems of Equations .pdf

Due February 11: Complete your class worksheets on word problems on a seperate sheet. On a graph paper: page 153-155: 18, 25,29,55 and page 160-161: 10 and 17

Due February 12: Page 768-769: 11, 12, 28,29; Page 777-778: 12,14, 16,17, 25-27, 28 (read example 4 on page 775) and complete your class worksheets on linear systems. We have a quiz today on linear systems of equations and inequalities.

Due February 16: page 789: 41-43; page 798: 17-22; 29-31; 52 (all problems in this section will be solved by using the matrix system.

__Due February 17: complete the word problems on your class worksheets. page 171-172: solve each problem by using algebraic method and matrix method: 14, 17,20, 28-30; Problem 32: use only matrix method. In each case, set up equations first. In word problems, define the variables. __

__Due February 18: Complete your class worksheets on systems of equations with inverse matrix method and Cramer rule and matrix multiple choice. We have our test on linear systems and matrices.__

Due February 19: No Homework

__Due February 22: Page 199: On a graph paper: pg199-200: 26-28(all);30-34(evens); 35-37,49,50 and print out and complete: Introduction of quadratic functions.pdf __

__Due February 23: Page 206: 25,29,30,32,43;page 213:23,25(be careful: 1981 x = 0; 1991 x = 10 etc); page 221: 30, 36,44-46, 58, 61, 75, 79 __

__Due February 25: Page 230: 42-50(evens), 53; Page 245-246:19,20,37,38,68 ;page 253: 24,26,29,31 and your projects are due today.__

__Due February 26: Complete your class worksheets. We have a quiz on factoring, graphs, and completing the square technique today. (Lessons 4.1-4.4)__

__Due March 7: Complete your modeling problems and inequalities worksheets. Page 253-254: 42-45; 47, 54,55, 58-68 (evens)__

__Due March 8: Complete your modeling worksheet problems neatly on a seperate sheet of paper. Complete your multiple choice worksheets.__

** Due March 9: Page 263: 34,45,50,51,55; Page 635: 43,50-52,61,62 and complete **Parabola STA 2.pdf

__Due March 10: Read your book page 638-641-Section 10.4. Also read the ellipse package given in class. Page 642-643: 8-14(evens) and 44-46. Please do not forget your March 9 assignments. Bookwork and parabola STA 2. __

__Due March 11: Complete your ellipse worksheets.__

__Due March 14: Complete your hyperbola 'homework' problems on the worksheet and page 661: 1,2,4b, 5,6,8 (for each system identify the type of the conic if it is a quadratic expression)__

__Due March 15:On the class worksheet:Page 636-637:47(x-value only),48,55,58,64,65 __

__March 16: No Homework. We have a test today on quadratic relations.__

**March 17:: **__ Read lesson 5.1 on page 280-284. Print out and complete: __ Introduction to polynomial functions.pdf

March 18: No Homework.

__Due March 21:On a graph paper: page 293-294: 14-18(evens), 23, 36 and 38 (For the problems 36 and 38, determine also increasing and decreasing intervals and positive and negative intervals) 40-42,44; page 301: 40, 42,48, 50; page 308: 16,24,26, 30, 44__

__Due March 22: We have a mid-chapter quiz on polynomials: graphical analysis, factoring, solving polynomial equations, sketching polynomials given the equations and polynomial division.Mud-chapter quiz on page 311 can be a good study guide along with all problems I assigned as homework starting March 17. Homework: On a graph paper: page 325: 1-6; page 309: 44,47,48,60,61__

__Due March 24: use RRT, Descartes rule and synthetic divison to solve 30-35 on page 323. Also, page 322-323: 20-22,41-43__

__Due April 4: Complete your STA handout. Page 365: 26-29;36-39,42; Page 372: 54, 58-68(evens)__

__Due April 5: Page 386: 47-54;60-66(evens); 72, 74,77, 86; Page 395: 20-22; 30-34; 40,41____We have a quiz on radicals and rational exponents (6.1-6.5 in your book)__

__Due April 6: Complete your April 5 assignment. Read lesson 6.8 on page 414-417; On a graph paper: page 418-419: 17, 30,38-40;41a,b; 52-54__

__Due April 7: We have a test today on polynomials and radical functions. Suggested problems to study: Your STA package problems, Page 311: 5-9; Page 316: 30-32, 34,38, 39-41;March 24 assignment, Page 325: 1-6; page 389: Mid-chapter quiz: 7-31 and your quizzes on the subjects. __

__Due April 8: Read lesson 7.1 (pp434-438) page 439: 18-29__

__Due April 11: Print out and complete: Exponential growth decay STA.pdf and read lesson 7.2 (pp442-446) and on a graph paper: page 447: 8, 10, 14, 16,17,20.__

__Due April 12: Print out and complete: Exponential growth models 1 linear version.pdf and Page 448-449: 28, 30, 36-39; Page 457: 46, 50-52__

__Due April 14: On a graph paper: Page 457: 67,68, 69-72; Page 467: 50-66(evens);76-79; Study for your mid-chapter quiz: All assignments strating April 8 up to April 12. Graphing exponential functions, simple logarithmic equations, evaluating logarithms, common base method, solving exponential modeling problems are the main topics to be tested. __

__Due April 15: Complete your April 14 assignment. Page 473: 8-14(evens-no calculator); 20-23;36-39 (calc OK)__

** Polynomial Project: Due April 18** Polynomial application project 2016.docx

__Due April 18: Page 474-475: 49, 50-56(evens); 64-80(evens) and complete your class worksheet on growth models. __

** Due April 19: Complete your class worksheet on a seperate paper. Complete 24-44(evens) on the following worksheet-no calculator; leave your answers in ln or e form: **Algebra II Honors exponential supplemental.pdf We have a quiz: All assignments starting from April 14 to April 19, except the last worksheet on exponential growth models.

__Due April 20: we have a test on exponential and logarithmic functions. I highly recommend that you solve problems on the last handout that I have given in class today. I will tutor tomorrow during lunch-Algebra II students only.__

__Due April 21:No homework __

__Due April 25: Here is the project proposal paper that I asked you to do for this weekend. Simply fill it out and bring it on Monday to class: DREAMHOUSE PROJECT INITIAL PROPOSAL.docx Read lesson 8.4: page 527-530 and Lesson 8.5 page 534-538; Page 532: 32-35; 42-44; 46,49; Page 540: 31-36; 42__

__Due April 26: Page 540: 41-45, 47; page 547: 43-46; 49,50____We will also grade the homework due April 25.Go over your projects and ask me questions in class.-__

__Due April 28: Page 547: 49-52, page 549: 8-11; page 503: 6-9; 22,25-28; Read lesson 8.2: pp507-511; Print out and complete:Rational inequalities worksheet revised.pdf__

__Due May 2: Dreamhouse projects are due. Complete your rational equations word problems 1-8 on a seperate sheet. __

__Due May 3: On a graph paper: Page 521-522: 20-28(evens); 33, 36-38; 42-44 __

__Due May 4: Complete your class worksheet: Rational functions multiple choice practice.pdf__

**Due May 5: We have a test on rational functions. Please study all your handouts, homework assignments and quizzes. Study guide and practice modeling problems.pdf **

__Due May 6: Read lesson 9.1 pp 564-568; page 569: 11-14; 18-21; 24-28, 36,37__

__Due May 9: Page 569-571: 43,44,46, 59,61, 67-69; page 576-577: 56-58; 68-70; 74 and complete your May 6 assignment.__

__Due May 10: Page 585: 48,49, 52,56, 62 Page 591-592: 20-26(evens); 46 and Page 599: 8-24(evens), 34__

__Due May 12: We have a test on series. Complete your 3 worksheets.__

__Due May 13: No Homework.__

__Due May 16: Complete: Permutation combination problems.pdf ; page 686: 18-32(evens)__

__Due May 17: Complete on your class worksheet Probability Practice.pdf problems 1-13 except 8b.__

__Due May 18: Complete all problems on Probability Practice worksheet. We will grade it tomorrow. Print out and complete: Tables Probability and Statistics Assignment.pdf ; Page 701: 25,29-31; Page 728: 6-11 (read section 11-8 page 725-727)__

__Due May 19: Read lesson 11.10 page 739-743. Complete your Tables Probability worksheet and survey worksheet given yesterday. We have a quiz on permutation, combination and probability on Thursday.__

** Due May 20: Page 729-730: 19,23,26; Page 743-744: 14-17; 20-28 and print out and complete: **Probability Review.pdf

__Due May 23: We have a test on probability concepts. Study Guide: Page 753-756: Section Reviews All sections except 11.6; your last quiz and homework assignments; Complete your STA Multiple Choice Worksheets and Normal Distribution Handout last page.Please review your Permutation-combination problems and probability review worksheets.__

__Due May 24: Read lesson 13.1 page 828-831; page 832-833: 10-18; 27-29 __

__Due May 25: Complete your class worksheets. Page 835: 1-8; Read lesson 3.2: page 836-839; Page 840: 8-12(evens); 18-24(evens) __

__Due May 26: Page 841-842: 40-44 evens; 50, 51: Find sine, cosine and tangent ratios for the angles given in problems: 45, 46, 48, 53-55 (use for each angle, the triangle method and reference angles) __

__Due May 31: Complete your 2 class worksheets and study guide. On a graph paper: page 856: 24-30; Page 865: 12-14; 19,20, 28-34(evens)__

__Due June 1: Review concepts of trigonometry. We have a quiz on 13.1-13.5. Read lesson 13.6 the tangent function page 868-871; page 872: 8-21 __

__Due June 2: We will correct June 1 assignment. Page 872-874: Graph paper: 24,30,31 (graph 1 period only for each) , 37, 39-41(no calculator), 45,46, 49,52-56__

__Due June 6: Complete your study guide part 2. Page 916: 26-33; Page 924-926: 15-18; 34,35, 51-56 __

Backup for teacher use only. this section is not for students!!!!!

Due January 7 : Assignment 1 Solving equations.doc and Inequalities including compound inequalities WS.pdf: on a separate page, complete this assignment.

Due January 8: Absolute value inequality assignment.pdf

Due January 9: Complete your 2 worksheets given in class. We have quiz today on all the subjects we covered since Tuesday.

Due January 12: Function assignment.pdf.

Due January 13: Lines assignment and Direct Proportion Worksheet

Due January 14: Piecewise functions WS

Due January 15: Piecewise functions WS#2: Piecewise 2.pdf: 19-22 and Linear Modeling Problems 1-4 on a separate page.

Due January 20: Complete Review Package: Review Algebra 2 H.pdf:

Due January 21: Page 96-97: 7-12; 14, 15-17. On a graph paper. Make sure that use calculator only for 12 and 14,

Due January 22: Complete your transformations package and linear regression assignment.

Due January 23: Function transformation worksheet.pdf and page 104-106: 30-33; 36-38;46-49

Due January 26: On a graph paper: pg 111-112: 36-44(evens)-Use the piecewise method; Page 118-119: 18,21, 25, 39-46 and Function Transformation Algebra 2 H review.pdf

Due January 27: page 146: 28-30; 40-42; 46-50; 54,56; page 172: 33-36; 30, 32

Due February 2: Read page 780-781 Networks page 781:4-9; page 777: 20-26 (evens); page 791: 2-16 evens;

Due February 3: On a graph paper: Page 798: 23-25(calculator); 27, 35; page 806: 15, 16, 19,23-26,29

Due February 4: On a graph paper: page 153-154: 22, 29, 32(use a scale of 1:200), 48, 53, 56,57; __ALSO PLEASE BRING YOUR LAST GRADED QUIZ WITH YOU TO CLASS. VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!__

__TEST ALERT:Due February 5: Test on linear functions. Please review the concepts.__

__Due February 9: Page 160-161: 13-18 on a graph paper with proper scale. __

__Due February 10: Complete your class STA worksheet except the last page. On a graph paper:Page 199-201: 26-34 evens; 35-37; 52, 56, 59, 60-64(evens),66__

__Due February 12: Projects are due. Page 206-208: 19,21, 28-30,42,50 and Page 212: 8,14__

__Due February 13:Quadratic functions assignment.pdf Enjoy, only 5 problems!!!!!:)))))__

** Due February 17: Page 245-246: 24, 37,38, 57, 59, 60, 64, 67-70 and **Algebra II Honors Quadratic Inequalities and Analysis Worksheets.pdf: Just print out the first two pages and complete them. Skip the last page.

Due February 18: Read all examples on pages 248-252; page 253-254: 18-30(evens); 48-54(evens);61-66

Due February 19: Page 253-254: 40-44(evens); 45, Page 262: 18, 22, 24, 32 Sorry for the delay!!!!

Due February 20:: Quadratic Inequalities Part 2.pdf Please print it out and complete. You also complete the class worksheet. Page 274-275: 1-12 - Selected Response MC only. ** Jodecy:** The class worksheet is the third page on Algebra II Honors Quadratic Inequalities and Analysis Worksheets.pdf:. Simply print out the third page. We use the 'intersect' feature of the calculator. Don't solve the problems I gave you today on STA worksheet. Simply bring it with you to class. We will do it in class.

Due February 23: Complete your class worksheets on STA: Quadratics STA 2.pdf. We have our test on quadratic functions on Monday. Chapter review problems on page 268-272 and chapter test on page 273 are good study materials. Also, quadratic modeling problems we did on 4.3 are also included in the test.

Due February 24: TAB ALERT: CONICS; Read page 630-633(lesson 10.3) and complete page 634: 8-26(evens)

Due February 26: Complete including all homework problems at the end:Ellipse Worksheet revised.pdf (this one is given in class); Print out and complete: Circles piecewise.pdf and page 635-636: 43, 49,61,62,63

Due February 27: Circle-ellipse practice.pdf and complete your hyperbola sheet until the end of objective 2.

Due March 2: Complete your hyperbola worksheet homework section. Page 658-659: 10, 13, 16, 18, 21, 22, 25-27; page 661: 5-8 and pg668: 1-8

Due March 3: We have our conics test today. Complete the study guide problems and study your material. We have an extra credit activity tomorrow after school at 3 pm.

Due March 4: Print out and complete : Introduction to polynomial functions.pdf You need to read lesson 5.1 in your book. Please bring your graphing calculators to class tomorrow.

Due March 5: Print out and complete: Polynomial Worksheet 2.pdf (given in class-Dyntaie: please print it out!!!!!)

Due March 6: Complete your polynomial worksheet 2. Page 301: 12-24(evens); 42-50(evens)

Due March 16: Page 308-309: 12-16(evens); 47,48 (both long division); 57-62;Print out and complete: Solving equations with quadratic techniques.pdf Read the examples carefully before you start.

Due March 17: Print out and complete: Polynomial Roots Assignment.pdf

Due March 18: Page 323: 34-37 (RRT, rule of signs, synthetic division); Read page 325-1-6 on a graph paper; and complete your STA worksheet:Polynomials STA.pdf.

Due March 19: Print out and complete:Study guide Honors Algebra 2 Polynomials test.pdf and Polynomial test concept roster.pdf; Page 353: 1-5;8-14

March 20: Read lesson 8.1 pp498-502; Page 503: 6-9; 10-18(evens);19,20

March 23: On a graph paper: page 504: 21-25(odds); 26-28; page 512: 18-24(evens); 26-29

March 24: On a graph paper: page 521: 18-28 (evens); 29-34(all)

March 26: Part 1: Rational functions Asymptote analysis.pdf (given in class); Part 2: Page 539: 15-21; Part 3:Rational function graphs.doc On a graph paper please!!!!!

March 27: Page 532: 33-35; 42-44; 46-49

March 30: Great news. No homework for Monday!!!!Please complete your projects to the best of your ability. See you on Monday!!!!!

March 31: Page 540: 34-36; 41-44; 47; Page 547: 47-52 REMINDER: CLASSROOM CHANGE FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK. WE WILL DO OUR CLASSES IN ROOM 102 - BOTH PERIODS.

April 1: Complete your word problems:Rational functions word problems.pdf

April 2: No homework. Complete your word problems.

April 13: Our rational function test will be on April 14, Tuesday. Please print out and complete the assignment:Rational functions review assignment.pdf. Also here is the study guide:guide: Rational functions test study guide Algebra 2 H.pdf Please ignore the date on it. As I talked to you in class, I want you start preparing for your house project: House Project Introductory Activity.pdf Please start your research. You can use the websites listed as a starting point.

April 14: Please complete your class worksheets. Today: rational functions test. Also complete your introductory project activity.

April 16: Page 365: 26-34(evens); 36-40; Page 371: 25-29; 34-39 (Read section 6.2: pp367-370); TAB ALERT: RADICAL FUNCTIONS

April 17: page 389:2-20(evens); 21-31; pg396: 49-57(odds); We have a quiz today on 6.1-6.4.

April 20: Page 402-403: 28-44(evens),45,46, 61,62, 64-70(evens); 71, 74, 77 For word problems, read example 4 on page 400-401. and print out and complete: Composite function application Algebra 2H.pdf

April 21: Page 410-411: 30-37; 54-57

April 23: Complete your class worksheets. Graph paper: Page 418-419: 17,19,20, 29,30,34-36, 38,39; Study for your test on radical functions and rational exponents: Read Chapter review on page 422-426; Solve problems from each section. Chapter Test on page 427 is a good study guide exercise. All concepts of chapter 6 and table applications of inverse and composite functions (also word problems on composite functions) are included.

Due April 24: We have part 2 of our Chapter 6 test which includes graphs, inverse and composite relations. We will meet tomorrow in 102. Print out and complete: Table Analysis 2.pdf and read page 469. Page 473-474: 7-14, 50, 51

Due April 27: Please print it out and complete all your problems on a separate sheet: Exponential and radical equations assignment.pdf. Also remember: We will meet in room 102 for zero and period 2. I will give you 30 minutes to complete your radical function test part 2. Jodecy: You will take the part 1 on Tuesday during one of your library periods.

Due April 29: On a graph paper: Page 447: 7, 8, 14, 16, 20,21 (in case of right-left shifts, please shift x-values on your table as many units to left or right. Example:2^(x-2) my x-values are: 0, 1, 2, 3,4 instead -2, -1,0,1,2);page 439: 26-28

Due April 30: Just complete your exponential modeling problems on a separate sheet. Study for your quiz tomorrow on exponential functions graphs and equations with radicals, rational exponents and common base problems.

Due May 1: Page 456-458: 23-27; 65-68; 70, 71, 84

Due May 4: Page 466-467: 26-29;45, 50-55; 56-66(evens),73,74

Due May 5: Page 475: 62,63, 64-74(evens); 79-82; Page 481: 20-36 (evens); 42-50 (evens)

Due May 7: Part 1: Complete your class worksheets; Part 2: Cancelled. Enjoy!!!!

Due May 8: Test on Exponential and logarithmic functions. Please complete your study guide.

Due May 11: Read pp564-568; 16-36(evens); 43-45; Read pp572-574; pp575: 8-18 evens

Due May 12: Complete your May 11 homework. Page 575: 18, 21, 24, 25, 44-46, 58, 67-69

Due May 13: Complete your arithmetic series word problems worksheet; Page 591: 21-23;26;pg 584: 19-24(odds); 38-42(evens)

Due May 14: Complete your Series worksheet. We have a quiz today.

Due May 15: Study your word problems on series. You have a second part of the quiz today. I posted the word version of your project. Go over it and let me know whether you have any questions tomorrow.

Due May 18: Work on your projects. Page 678: 9-11; 12-18(evens); 20, 22-28 (evens) and 29.

Due May 19: Complete your permutation-combination worksheet; read pp681-684; pg 686: 18-32(evens)

Due May 20: No extra homework; Complete your project.

Due May 21: Complete your class worksheets on probability; page 700-701: 8-15; 20a,b; 26-28(read problem 4 on page 699), 33;

Due May 26: Please print out and complete: Probability assignment.pdf and Page 832-834: 7-9; 16-18; 37-40; and page 835: 2-8 (evens) Your Probability Test: May 28

Due May 27: Page 840-841: 7-12:Use special right triangles.; for each of the following angles, find one positive and one negative co-terminal angles and reference angle: a) 125 b) 255 c) 320 d) - 125 e) 585

Test on permutations, combinations and probability: May 28

Due May 29: Complete your unit circle exploration worksheet and make sure that your May 27 homework is complete.

Due June 1: Print out and complete: Algebra 2 Honors Final Review Part 1.pdf; and complete your class worksheet: Trigonometric evaluations worksheet.pdf

Due June 2: Complete your class worksheet. Page 916: 20-22, 26-33

Due June 4: On a graph paper: Page 856: 23-26; 28, 29; page 864-865: 1, 2,11, 14,19, 20, 27-30

Due June 8: Please complete your 2 class worksheets: Angle of elevation; sine-cosine graphs. Complete your study guides distributed today.

Test #2-Friday Jan 28 Subjects: Linear functions, systems of equations - 2 and 3 unknowns, word problems, linear inequality systems, direct variation, fitting line to data, piecewise functions

Test #3-Friday Feb 4-Monday February 7 Subjects: Matrices, determinants, solving systems of equations with matrices, transformation matrices.

Algebra II Honors linear equations quiz.pdf and pg: 84-86: 4, 5, 6, 10,12, 19,24,26,30,33,35; pg 92: 30

Due January 21,2011: pg 92-93: 15-18, 32,34; pg 105: 38; pg 118: 29; pg 123-124: 13,19; pg 294: 3,9,19,23 and pg 333: 15

Due January 24,2011: pg 302-303: 8, 14,15 and Algebra II Honors SAT quiz on linear equations and systems.pdf SHOW ALL YOUR WORK ON THE QUIZ.

Due January 25: pg 304-24,25,28; pg 308-8,11; pg 310-32

Due January 26: pg 311-33 and 34

Due Jan 27: pg 116: 1-8; pg 118: 27b,c,d; pg 124: 27

Due Feb 2: Algebra II honors quiz on matrices.pdf + worksheet pg227: 20,21,26,28 + Bermuda Triangle problem

Due Feb 10: pg130-133: 8,28,35,38; pg 138-141:2-12(all),36,50

Due Feb 15: pg 160-#5; pg 162: #30; pg 168-170: 5,7,8,9,11,14

Due Feb 16: worksheet 1-quadratic inequalities.pdf Problems 32,37, and 45

Due Feb 16: worksheet 2 quadratic models.pdf Problems 8, 10,16, 22, 26, 38 (complete the last 2 models)

Honors Algebra II Homework due to February 24.pdf

algebra II Honors Homework due to February 25.pdf

Due to February 28: Honors Algebra II Quiz on conics.pdf-All questions must be answered on a separate sheet and on a graph paper: Conic classification worksheet - 52, 54,55,57-classify the conic, convert into standard form and graph it.

Algebra II Honors Homework due to March 1.pdf

Due March 14: Read pages 336-339. Problems on pages 339-341: 5, 8, 12, 13, 18, 24, 26,27 32, 34 (Note: Problem 34 requires that you factor each equation completely to find its roots. Remember: the roots of the polynomials are the x-intercepts of the graphs of the functions.)

Due March 15: Find the points for x-intercepts, local maxima and local minima. Round your answers to the nearest tenths.

1. f(x) = 3x³ - 9x + 1 2. f(x) = x^5-6x³ + 9x 3. f(x) = x^5-5x³ + 4x 4. f(x) = x^4-2x³ - 3x² + 5x + 2

Due March 6: By using your calculator, determine the zeroes and the points where local maxima and minima occur-f(x): x³ + x² - 2x - 1 and solve circled problems on the attached worksheet by using factoring: Honors Algebra II Homework due to March 16.pdf

Due to March 17: Book pg 386-388: 22-24, 26,31,38,43(synthetic division),51 and Honors Algebra II Homework due to March 17.pdf

Due to March 18: Read pages 390-391. Solve problems 1,2,7,15 on page 392-393.

Due to March 22: ** NO ZERO PERIOD ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. THE CLASS WILL MEET ON TUESDAY PERIOD 3.**HOMEWORK: Page: 394-395 Problems 17,19,24, 29,32,34,38 ; pg 403: 28b) (by using Descartes, RRT and synthetic) ,and 30. Find the real zeros of the following functions by using the 3-step (RRT, Descartes and Synthetic division) method-SHOW ALL YOUR WORK: 1. f(x) = 2x³-5x² - 14x + 8 2. f(x) = 2x³ + x² - 50x - 25 3. f(x) = 3x³ + 12x² + 3x - 18

Study guide Honors Algebra 2 Polynomials test.pdf

Due March 29: Problems 65-67 and 70-75 on first worksheet and 19-21; 11-13 (graph); and 29 on second worksheet. All problems on a graph paper.

Due April 1: 3 challenge graph problems on your handout on graphs and Algebra II Honors Quiz on rational exponents and radicals.pdf and Algebra II Honors quiz on radicals part II.pdf-those are the 3 challenge problems (the graphs).

Due April 4: Graph - f(x) = 3 (1/2)^x and g(x) = 2(3)^(x +3) + 2 on a graph paper. Complete your worksheet with word problems.

Due April 5: algebra 2 Honors assignment due to April 5.pdf On the first page: Find the equations of the graphs B,D,E,and F. On the second page: Find the equations of the graphs A,C, and F. On the last page: Graph 67-69. Use the graph paper for this assignment.

Due April 11: Complete the problems on your model worksheet.

Due April 12: Read pages 268-270: Define horizontal asymptote, vertical asymptote and hole. Then, explain how we can determine whether the function has a vertical asymptote and a hole.

Due April 13: Page 271-274: 11-15, 6,7, 19,30-31

Due April 15: Honors Algebra II Assignment due to April 15.pdf

Due May 2: Algebra 2 Honors Extra Credit assignment.pdf

Due May 5: Problems 3,7,10,13,18, and 19 on page 505-507; Algebra II Honors Quiz RATIONAL EQUATIONS wp PART 2.docx

Due May 9: Problems on page 580-581: 25-27;33-36 and Algebra II Honors Quiz in exponential and logarithmic models.pdf

Due May 13: Complete the STA application and PRINT ** ONLY** THE

Study Guide for the sequence test - May 17,2011: Page 592-594 Problems 1-23,27, 30,33,42-45;Page 595: 9-15

Due May 23: pg 413-414: 8,18, 19-21 and pg 532-534: 12,14,16,18 and multiple choice package

Due May 24: 2,3,4,5,6a, 7a,b, 8, 9a,10 a,b

Due May 25: Worksheet - Problems 25,27,30,36,42,48,51,59,60,61,66 Textbook: page 513: 6b, 7c,d page 546: 9-13(all)

Due May 31: Normal distribution worksheet Problems 30-42 (all) Textbook page 420-421: 2, 4b, 5,11, 12 Excel project: I will assign it when we come back next Tuesday.

Test on Probability : June 1 - Study guide:Chapter review page 557-559; Chapter test page 561; your last quiz; Normal distribution worksheet

Study Guide: ALGEBRA II HONORS study guide for the test on permutations.doc

Special Excel Project: Email me your project by Friday, June 3. Standard Deviation.xls Note: Assume normal distribution for the number of stolen cars per month!!!!

Complete it by Friday, June 3: Algebra 2 Honors Final exam study guide Part 1.pdf

Complete it by Monday, June 6: Algebra II Honors Final Study Guide Part 2.pdf

Due January 23,2012: Read Lessons 3.1 and 3.2. Problems: Page 83-86: 4-8(all), 19,24,26,30,33,35 and pg 90-93: 4-6 (all), 9, 11, 15, 30, and 34.

Due January 24,2012: Complete the worksheets.Algebra 2 Honors Assignment due January 24.pdf

Due January 30,2012: On a graph paper, draw the inequaluity systems on the 2nd page: 39-50 ; also on the same graph paper complete problems 21-26.

Due February 3,2012: Review for test 2 Algebra 2 Honors.pdf

Due February 7,2012: pg 56-58: 9,10,15-17,19,33 ; Handout 1: 37-40; Handout 2: 28-30

Due February 13,2012: Read pages 135-137; page 137-141: 1-10; 33-34; 41,45

Due February 15,2012: Page 360-363: 2, 16, 19, 22, 44 (solve by factoring and set each factor equal to zero);page 368-369: 8,9, 19;page 160: 7-11; 14 (graph 14 by using the vertex form, so you need to use completing the square technique to convert from standard form to vertex form.).

Due February 21,2012: Parabola review drill.pdf Show all your work neatly on a separate sheet. Use the grid provided to sketch your parabola.

Due February 28,2012: hyperbola (2).doc Homework: last 2 pages.

Due March 12,2012: Read pages 336-339; Write down the formulas for the sum and difference of to cubes; Page 340-341: 10-17;25-30; pg 386: 16, 17, 20-23; 25, 28-30

Due March 13,2012: pg 341:8,9,21, 31-32; pg 386: 35;38, 39

Due March 26: Complete problems on the worksheet of rational functions and page 271-274: 3,4,7,11,19,23,29,and 32

Due April 2: Page 432: 40; graph problem 42 (remember: state the intercepts, horizontal and vertical asymptotes, and holes (if any).Page 440: 58; Page 452-453: 46, 47, 49, 51, 52 Page 460: 45,46, 52; Page 464: 47 ; Page 465: 14, 16, 18. Decompose into partial fractions: y = (-4y)/(3y² - 4y + 1) PLEASE SOLVE ALL OF THESE PROBLEMS ON A SEPARATE SHEET. WRITE NEATLY.SHOW ALL YOUR WORK.ALWAYS STATE RESTRICTIONS ON X. THIS IS YOUR PORTFOLIO ASSIGNMENT ON RATIONAL FUNCTIONS.

Due April 16: Read lesson 8.1 page 343-345; Problems page 345-346: 1, 2, 10, 14-17, 25-28

__PROJECT DUE APRIL 18__

Due April 17: Complete Exploration of exponential functions.doc and page 348:32-33; pg 353-356: 3-8, 10,11,24-27, 51b, 52-54

Due April 23: Honors Algebra II April 23 Part I.pdf (problems circled and marked) and complete pg 477: 7-11(Part II)

Due May 7: Algebra II Homework due May 7.doc You need your book.

Due May 8: pg 587-588: 1-3;6,12,33

Due May 11: Read Lesson 2.6 (pages 60-62). Page 62-64: 3,4,5,6,10,19-22

Due May 14: Homework on Permutations and Combinations.doc Also don't forget to complete your probability worksheet.

Due May 16: Page 532-534: 12, 16, 18-21(all), 23; page 537-540: 1-3, 6, 12, 14, 16, 24,37 and page 545-546: 1-5 , 7, and 8

Due June 1: Honors Algebra 2 EC Final Study Guide.pdf This is part I. You have until next Friday to complete it. Please do it on your own. Show all your work completely on a separate sheet. During the week, you can ask me questions during the breaks and after school.

Due May 29: Page 695-698: 3-7; 15-17, 27 (Hint: Use law of sines for the triangle on the left), 29, 32

Due January 7,2013: Algebra II Honors January 7 assignment.pdf and Class notes on functions.pdf Complete both handouts.

Due January 8,2013 :Algebra II Homework due January 8.pdf Just complete the first and third pages.

Due January 10: Complete your multiple choice worksheet and book: pg41: 18 and 20 (write absolute value inequalities); pg43: 48-51; pg 49-51: 7 and 27 and pg58: 34

Due January 11: Algebra II Honors Quiz on Absolute value inequalities.pdf; and page 193-197: 2,3,6,7, 26, 27 a-d and Problem 13 on class worksheet

Due January 14: Complete your worksheet on inverse functions and pages201-205: 2-7;12-15, 18, 26, 29-31, 34,37

Due January 15: page 210-212: 5, 6, 9, 13, 15, 22, 24, 25

Due January 17: page 248-251: 9-12; 17-22, 25, 35, 36, 52; page 257-258: 13-18, 27,29,30,35 and complete your worksheet.

Test #1: January 18: Algebra II Honors study guide test 1.pdf

Due January 22 :Algebra II Honors linear equations review.pdf Show all your work and complete it on a separate sheet. and Page 85-86: 26, 33, and 35; page 92: 16, 30. Add these problems on the separate sheet you use for the worksheet. This assignment will be your portfolio assignment on basic linear functions.

Due January 28: Break-even point analysis.pdf Solve the 2 problems on page 2 of the handout. Page 92-93: 15, 34; page 104-106: 23, 39,42,43 and page 123-124: 13,14,19, 23. Solve the following problems 1. A car rental company charges $20 fee up to 50 miles and k$ for each additional mile. Hector rented the car to go to San Diego and to come back and drove 300 miles. He paid $70 to the rental company. How much would it cost to drive the car for 120 miles? How much would it cost to drive 1 additional mile after you have driven 50 miles? 2. A video store rents each DVD at the rate of x dollars for the first day and y dollars for each additional day the DVD is out. When Patrick returns a DVD to this store, he is charged c dollars. In terms of x, y, and c, what is the number of rental days Patrick is charged? __QUIZ on linear equations (slope, parallel, perpendicular lines) on Monday January 28.__

__Due January 29: Page 90-92: 3-7, 9-11,24,25,32 ; Page 294-296: 3,5-9, 23, 34__

__Due January 31: Systems of Inequalities worksheets.pdf circled problems; pg 302-304: 7,8,15,17, 28__

__Due February 4: Algebra II Honors review linear functions.pdf __

Due February 7: Your absolute value function is extended to Thursday. Use it on tomorrow's quiz. Read lesson 2.5 pages 52-55. Problems 1-15 on page 55-56.

Due February 11: Worksheet Page 227: 29,30; Page 233: 29-31; Page 234: 34-36 (calculator); Page 212: 37,38 and Page 244: 1-8 except 7. All problems are on a separate worksheet. Monday we will take a quiz on matrices and our test is on Tuesday, February 12. Test concepts: Linear systems of equations, inequalities, models, meaning of slope and intercepts, piecewise functions, Matrices.

Due February 14: Read lessons 4.1(pp: 127-130) and 4.2(pp:135-137). Page 130-134: 8, 16,18, 27, 28,39, 41 and Page 137-138: 1-12

Due February 15: Package Page 261: 73, 78,86, 88 Page 254: 54 and Graph 41, 43, 45; Page 262: 93 and 100; Book: Page 146-148: 2,3,19.37; Page 160: 9,10,25,26, 28

Due February 20: Page 152-153: 2-8;16,19, 25,46,49; Page 362-363: 19, 22,23; Page 368-371: 8,12,18,21,30-33,42; we will have a quiz on quadratics on Thursday, 2/21.

Due February 22: No Homework.

Due February 25: Algebra II Honors Quadratic Inequalities and Analysis Worksheets.pdf

Due 3/11: ** Part I**: Project research: Make a research to answer the following questions: After you graduate from college, in what city do you want to live? What career do you want to make? What salary do you expect to earn in that career if you live in that city? Check the housing market in that city. Choose your dream house in the city you want to live in. What is the price of the house? On Monday, bring me the answers to those questions typed on a paper. Resource: Go to Algebra II H Project tab. Click on project instructions. On the process part, you will see some websites on number 1 and number 3. You can start your research by looking up these websites. Write down what websites you used in your research. Do not complete yet the project. I give you more instructions when we come back. Simply type your answers to the questions listed above on a piece of paper. Part II: Conics review.pdf

Study guide for the midterm: Study guide and conic inequalities.pdf:

Due March 14: Read pages 383-384 and 389-392. Page 386: 6, 19, 26,38 and page 392-394: 1, 3,4,14, 27,30

Due March 15: pg394-395 Problems 17,19,24, 29,32,34,38 ; pg 403: 28b) (by using Descartes, RRT and synthetic) ,and 30. Find the real zeros of the following functions by using the 3-step (RRT, Descartes and Synthetic division) method-SHOW ALL YOUR WORK: 1. f(x) = 2x³-5x² - 14x + 8 2. f(x) = 2x³ + x² - 50x - 25 3. f(x) = 3x³ + 12x² + 3x - 18

__PROJECT UPDATE: IT IS DUE MARCH 21. PLEASE CHECK THE REVISED INSTRUCTIONS IN THE PROJECT TAB.__

__Due March 18: In your handouts: Page 334 (2nd page): 47-52;pg 335: 83, 85,86;Page 376: 8-12 (For maxima-minima: write both x-and y-coordinates. Please classify them as local or absolute minimum or maximum.__

Due March 19: polynomial challenge WS and extended homework from March 18

Due March 20: Honors Algebra 2 Polynomials practice.pdf and complete 18,20, and 22 on your worksheet.

Due March 22: Radical functions.pdf Please read the instructions on the top of the first page and solve the circled problems. Please use graph paper to complete the work.

Due March 25: Radical functions review.pdf and Problems 6-10 on the test given in the class handout.

Due March 26: Exponential models linear version assignment.pdf

Due March 27: Honors Algebra II Exponential functions takehome quiz.pdf and Radical function applications.doc

Due April 8: Algebra II Honors easter assignment.pdf AND Page 498-499: 1-5; 9, 11,12, 13(change of base and calculator), 15, 17,18, 19, 20,23(algebraically), 26,27,28, 30, 32,36 ;page 506: 12;pg 517: 27

Due April 9: Algebra II Honors exponential supplemental.pdf and complete your class worksheet on exponential modeling problems 3-12.

Due April 11: page 478-479: 30, 34, 37, 39,44 and page 506-507: 10, 13, 18,19 and complete your multiple choice worksheet. We have a test today.

Due April 15: Read pages 268-270; solve page 271-274: 1-3, 6, 7,11, 19, 22, 23,29, 30-32 and complete your worksheets (leave blank the HA and SA). Read your worksheets for Horizontal and Slant asymptotes.

Due April 16: Rational functions Asymptote analysis.pdf and complete your Rational function profile worksheet. On the multiple choice, show all your work.

Due April 17: Rational function graphs.doc Complete your graph worksheet. Sorry, no bookwork.

Due April 19: Page 450-451: 9, 10, 13;24,43-46;50, 51,52a,b;Page 458-460: 25-28,38,45

Due April 23: Your worksheet circled problems in class: 42-50;55, 57 and textbook: Read problems 1 and 2 on page 436-437. Then solve on pages 438-440: 8-10, 25, 39-41;43, 51, and 52 and page 460: 49 and 52

Test on rational functions: April 26,2013. Here is the study guideRational functions test study guide Algebra 2 H.pdf

Due April 26: Assignment due April 26 Honors Algebra II.pdf

Due April 30: Page 566-569: 4,6-9,11,14,18,21,22,28,32,37,39

Due May 1: Page 579-581: 4, 17, 22,25, 28-30, 32,41; Worksheet: 30, 35, 57,58

Due May 6: Page 592-594: 9, 14-21; 22-24, 27, 28, 41, 43-45; Page 595: 4, 7-15 For the test on Monday, you need to study the following skills: writing explicit and recursive rules for sequences, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series formulas, word problems with both series.

Due May 9: Page 561: 1-3,; Page 558: 15; Page 525-526: 15, 16, 20; Handout: Page 706: 55-57 and complete your Venn diagram handout: 4 problems

Due May 13 Algebra 2 assignment on permutations, combinations and binomial expansion.pdf:On the second sheet, problems: 1-18

Due May 14: Page 531-534: 4,5, 12, 16, 18,19,21,23, 31 (It is a puzzle. Have fun!!!)

Due May 15: Page 539: 14, 16, 17 and Page 546-548: 12,13, 14,18, 21,25, 27

Due May 20: Read lesson 14.5 (pages 632-634) and page 634-639: 3,4,9,10,11,14,18,23,28,29,31 and extra credit: Algebra II Honors Extra Credit I.pdf

Due May 21: Read lesson 14.6. Pages 642-643: 1-4;26,27

Due May 28: Trigonometric evaluations assignment revised.doc You need to print it out to see the hidden numbers. Read pages 646-647 and learn negative angle identities. Page 648-649: 3-6; 10-15, 18-19 For problem 15: triangles ABC and CDE are similar. You don't need to know the lengths of AB and BC. For problem 14: Remember that the slope means rise over run, so the slope of the line is the tangent ratio of the angle which the line forms with the x-axis.

Due May 29: Trigonometric equations.doc

Due May 31: Complete your graphs. Study for your quiz on Thursday. Bookwork: Page 708-709: 7, 8, 17, 23 Page 713: 1b,d, 5, and 6. Put the graphs (7, 8 on page 708 and 1b and d on page 713) on the same graph paper as the other graphs you started in class. You solve the other problems in your homework book.

Due June 2: Algebra II Honors Study guide problems for the final.pdf. On a graph paper: Page 714-715: 7, 11, 12, 18a, and c and y = -2cos (3x - pi) +4. For each graph, state the range.

January 6: Algebra 2 H Assignment due January 6.pdf and Algebra 2H assignment 2 on January 6.pdf

January 13: Complete your worksheets. Page 248: 17-22 and Algebra II Assignment due January 13.pdf

January 14: Algebra II Assignment due January 14,2014.pdf: Page 193-195: 2-5, 6a,b,c; 9, 13, 18 and page 202: 10, 12

January 15: page 201-202: 2-7;18,23,25,26,34

January 16: Sorry for the delay. We have a quiz on composite and inverse functions tomorrow. The following worksheet needs to be completed too: Inverse process and assessment.pdf

January 17: Complete your Inverse process worksheets and composite domain worksheets. Make sure to read the examples.

January 21: Complete your transformation worksheets. I will collect them with your composite domain worksheets.

January 23: Complete your worksheets on transformation. Page 257: 19,20,22,26,27,30,35,43;Page 280-281: 6,7,9

** January 27: Test on functions. Please complete your study guide problems and sketching functions worksheet**.

January 28:Algebra II Honors linear equations assessment.pdf and read lesson 3.1 on page 79-83. Page 83-84: 4,5,6,10,12

Due January 31 Piecewise functions intro graph.pdf:For Olivia only!!!

Due February 3: Complete your 2 worksheets given in class. Graph them by using rulers. Here is the copy of one of them: Piecewise functions graph.pdf: You have also a second one that we started graphing in class.

Due February 5: Read pages 87-90; page 91-92: 9;17,18, 24,25;pg294: 8-12 (For problems 10-12 use the flow chart. Also indicate whether the systems are consistent-inconsistent and dependent-independent)

Due February 7: Algebra 2 Problem set systems of linear equations.doc:

Due February 10: Complete your worksheets on 2x2 and 3x3 equations and applications.

Due February 11: Complete your word problems. Also, complete your inequality system problems with 6 problems on a separate graph paper.

Due February 12: Work on linear programming project. Due date: February 14

Due February 13: Class worksheet: Page 14: 6,11,12; page 15: 1-4; page 20: 9-14;19

Due February 14: No extra homework. Work on your project.

Due February 18: Your worksheets - circled problems. Our test on linear functions and matrices will be on February 20 - night school we use 2 periods. Remember-Thursday night school. We have zero period. On Tuesday, we will have a quiz on matrices.

Due February 24: Quadratic functions intro algebra 2.pdf: Read the examples 1-3 in your parabola handout. 8-26 (evens)

Due February 25: Page 137-138: 1-9 ; Page 146-148: 2,3,19,32 Page 152: 2-8; and graph the following functions: page 147: 23,24; and page 153: 9a, 10

Due February 27: page 368: 6-9; 12; 17, 18, 30-33; page 160: 5-7,9,15 and complete your worksheets.

Due March 10: Complete your bookwork on modeling problems. 2 worksheets on parabola amd ellipse homework sheet 1-3. We have a parabola quiz on Monday.

Due March 17: Complete your 2 worksheets.

Due March 18: Circle assignment.pdf: Do only marked problems on top of each page.

Due March 20: No homework.

Due March 24: Complete your polynomial worksheet 1-13 on a graph paper and the polynomial function analysis (2 pages).

Due March 28: Page 386-388: 6, 16-20; 31;35;39;50; Page 392: 1-5;

Due April 1: Page 430-433: 16, 22-29; 34, 36, ,40, 41, 42, 46, 49 + please complete your March 28 assignment. March 28 assignment and April 1 assignment must be on separate sheets.

Due April 3: page 438-440: 39,42,43,47, 48,49,51,57; Page 452-453: 49;59,60

Due April 7: Complete your class worksheets:Rational functions profile.pdf: Andrea, please print them out. Page: 450-453: 8-10; 29-31; 53-55; Page 457-460: 11-14; 17, 18; 37-41,45, 46

Due April 8: On a graph paper (problems from the 9.3 Handout): page 551: 29, 30, 31, 33,34,35 For each problem, indicate the domain and the range also.

Due April 10: Class worksheet + Inverse Variation Problems revised.doc and Rational functions study guide part 1.pdf

Due April 14: No Homework. Enjoy the weekend.

Due April 16: Page 345-348: 1-3; 5-8, 10, 11, 27-29, 32,33; page 354-355: 28-34; 46-48

Due April 17: Exponential Equations and Factoring.doc: Use a separate sheet.

Due April 28: Due to the number of absences on Thursday, I postpone the project to the week when we arrive. Just make a research about your favorite career, city and house. You can use the resources listed on the posted project. Our project will be different than the one posted. So wait until we come back. Homework: Algebra II Honors exponential and radical equations.pdf Show all your work on a separate sheet. and complete the first two pages of: Exponential functions exploration.pdf Happy Easter!!!!!!!

Due April 29: Logarithms assignment 1.pdf:This assignment is what I gave in class today. No extra homework. I posted your revised project. You can start working on it. Due date: May 5!!!!

Due May 2: Please complete all problems on your worksheets. We have a quiz on the second half of the period zero. Most likely, the quiz will extend to nutrition.

Due May 9: Page 579-580: 17,22,25-27;31-33

Due May 12: page 588-589: 4-7; 10-15;18-20, 25,29,30

Due May 13: Remember we have no zero period today. We have an after-school session: 1:45-2:45pm. Please complete your two worksheets Series Review Arithmetic and geometric.pdf: on a separate paper.

Due May 16: page 525-527: 15,16,17, 25a, 27, 29, 31

Due May 19: Please complete your 2 worksheets: Venn Diagram and Permutation-Combination. Do not forget your probability worksheet on Monday. We have a zero period starting 2:00 pm. Please be prompt!!!!!

Due May 21: Probability WS

Due May 22: No Homework. Quiz on permutation, combination, venn diagrams, probability and FCP

Due May 23: pp635-638: 3-10, 14, 15, 18,23,24, 27-29

Due May 27: Unit circle and trigonometric evaluation assignment.pdf

Due May 28: Page 643: 9-23;28

Due June 2: Algebra II H Final study guide 2014.pdf : Please complete the problems on 4 different pages. Also, I attached some previous study guides for different chapters. You can print them out and use during the test. Please organize your binders. I will check your binders on Tuesday.