• WELCOME TO ADVANCED ALGEBRA  Spring 2020

     Resources: 

    https://www.bigideasmath.com/tutorial_list.php      This site allows you to watch videos on how to do problems in our textbook.  The "Example" videos and the "Monitoring Progress"  videos are excellent resources if you were absent or you need a reminder on how to do a type of problem.

     https://bim.easyaccessmaterials.com/index.php?location_user=cchs   This is a site that allows you to view the textbook online.  We use "common core high school".

     http://www.bigideasmathsolutions.com/    (select "common core high school" from menu)  This is a site that shows step by step how to do each of the odds in your textbook.

      https://www.bigideasmath.com/external/apps/   (you can also go to app store and find bigideasmath, which is a free app)

     

     

     Click here for Course Guidelines and Policies

     


    NEXT TEST DATE:  Tuesday, March 24th. at Home


     

    WEDNESDAY 1/8/2020

    Learning Intention:  Introduction to Exponential Functions

    Practice Set #1  Section 6.1

    page 300 # 5-19 odd, 20, 21, 22, 53-60 all

    Remember to check your answers with those provided in the back of the book.  The answers to the evens will be presented in class.

    Success Criteria:

    • I can identify exponential growth and exponential decay from a graph
    • I can identify exponential growth and exponential decay from a function
    • I can find the percent increase or percent decrease from a exponential function
    • I can graph the parent exponential function for growth and decay given y = (b)^x

     


    THURSDAY 1/9/2020

    Learning Intention:  Applications of Exponential Functions

    Practice Set # 2  Section 6.1 continued

    page 300 # 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29-37 odd, 41-45 all

     

    Success Criteria:

    • I can use the compound interest formula in context
    • I can convert y = a(b)^(t/c)  into y = (1+r)^t or  y=(1-r)^t
    • I can write an exponential model from a word problem

     


    FRIDAY 1/10/2020

    Learning Intention:  The Natural Base e

    Practice Set #3  Section 6.2

    page 307 # 3-35 odd, 41, 48, 49

    Success Criteria: 

    • I can simplify Natural Base expressions
    • I can Graph Natural Base functions
    • I can use the continuously compounding interest formula
    • I can compare Natuarl Base mathematical models when given a function and/or a graph

    Monday 1/13/2020

    Learning Intention:  Introduction to Logarithms

    Practice Set # 4  Section 6.3

    page 314 # 5-15 odd, 17-24 all, 43-51 odd, and worksheet  we completed the odds in class for notes the evens are to be done with the book work.

     

    Success Criteria:

    • I can rewrite a logarithmic equation in exponential form
    • I can rewrite an exponential equation in logarithmic form
    • I can evaluate a logarithm
    • I can solve a logarithmic equation by rewriting in exponential form
    • I can find the inverse of a logarithmic function
    • I can find the inverse of an exponential function

     

     TUESDAY 1/14/2020

     Learning Intnetion:  Logarithmic Functions

     Success Criteria:

    • I can use the inverse properties for exponential & logarithmic functions
    • I can graph a logarithmic function

    Practice Set # 5 - page 315 # 35-41 all, 44-52 even, 55, 57, 59, 60, 71, 72, 75  plus worksheet  click here for worksheet and key

    click here for answers to the evens. 

    The odd answers are in the back of the textbook.


    BLOCKDAY  1/15/2020 to 1/16/2020

    Learning Intention:  Transformations of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions

    CLASSWORK   Section 6.4  (This is not collected)  Required practice set is the worksheet below.

    page 322 # 3-7 all, 9, 13, 15, 30, 35-41 odd, 47, 57, 59   Check answers in class.

    Success Criteria:

    • I can graph the transformation of an exponential function
    • I can graph the transformation of a logarithmic function
    • I can describe the transformation of an exponential and logarithmic function
    • I can write a rule that represents the transformation of an exponential function
    • I can write a rule that represents the transformation of a logarithmic function
    • I can find the equation for an asymptote using a transformation

    Practice Set # 6   TEST PREPARATION BELOW

     Worksheet to help prepare for the test tomorrow.  Click here for worksheet and KEY

    test on sections 6.1 - 6.3 is tomorrow. 

     


    FRIDAY 1/17/2020

    TEST # 1 TODAY  

    If you did not finish practice set #6 from blockday then finish it for homework.  If you did finish it then you have no weekend homework.

     


     MONDAY 1/20/2020 - NO SCHOOL TODAY  MLK DAY


     

    TUESDAY 1/21/2020

    Learning Intention:  Properties of Logarithms

    Practice Set # 7 Section 6.5

    page 331 # 13-39 odd, 49, 51, 55

    Success Criteria: 

    • I can expand a logaritmic expression using the logarithmic properties
    • I can condense a logarithmic expression into a single log using the logarithmic properties
    • I can use the change of base formula to approximate the value of a logarithmic expressoin

     


    BLOCKDAY 1/22-1/23 2020

    Learning Intention:  Solving Logarithmic and Exponential Inequalities Graphically with Technology

    Practice Set # 8

     page 339 # 47-53 odd, 59, 61  (Grahing calculator or Desmos)  click here for worksheet to help with structure of p339

    and    page 331 # 14-40 even  (2nd day with properties)

    click here for answers to the evens

    Success Criteria

    • I can use a graphing calculator (or Desmos) to solve an exponential and logarithmic inequality graphically
    • I can use a graphing calculator (or Desmos) to solve an exponential and logarithmic equation

     


    FRIDAY 1/24/2020

     Learning Intention:  Solving Logarithmic Equations without technology

    Practice Set # 9

    page 338 # 5-15 odd, 21-39 odd, 75

    Success Criteria

    • I can solve a logarithmic Equation of the form   log(   )= number
    • I can solve a logarithmic equation of the form log(   )=log(   )
    • I can use logarithmic properties to solve a logarithmic equation

     


     MONDAY 1/27/2020

    Learning Intention:  Using Properties approximations to evaluate logarithms

    Practice Set # 10

    page# 331 # 3-12 all

    page 338 # 6-16 even ,22, 26, 32, 34, 38         click here for answers to evens

    Success Criteria:

    • I can use the properties of logarithms to approximate the value of a log without a calculator.

     


    TUESDAY 1/28/2020

    Warm up to practice calculator click here

    Questions and work time to prepare for test.  Part I of test is on Blockday and Part II is on Friday.  The part one portion is 10 minutes using a calculator.  The part II portion on Friday is no calculator.

    Practice Set # 11  click here for worksheet and KEY

     


    BLOCKDAY 1/29/2020-1/30/2020

    Questions (30 minutes)

    TEST # 2 TODAY - Calculator Part of test (10 minutes)

    WorkTime to prepare for no calculator portion of test on Friday

    Practice Set # 12  Worksheet  click here for worksheet plus key

     


    FRIDAY 1/31/2020

    TEST 2  TODAY PART 2 - No calculator portion

    Practice Set #13  worksheet  click here for worksheet and key

     


    MONDAY 2/3/2020

    Learning Intention:  Applications Using Exponential Modeling

    Practice Set # 14

    Worksheet   click here for worksheet and key exp modeling

    Success Criteria: 

    • I can model a simple growth or simple decay application
    • I can model a continuous growth or continuous decay application
    • I can determine the time needed for doubling, half-life, tripling, and other factors of the original amount.
    • I can use the Carbon-14 dating equation

    TUESDAY 2/4/2020

    Learning Intention:  Applications Using Exponential Modeling

    Practice Set # 15

    Worksheet  click here for worksheet and key     click here for KEY TO PRACTICE SET

    Success Criteria:

    • I can use the model  y = ae^(kt) and given values to solve for k.
    • I can write an exponential model for partial time  y = a(b)^(t/c)

     


    Spring 2021 add page 346 lesson in this spot - Add a day.

     


     BLOCKDAY  2/5/2020-2/6/2020  THE BLOCK DAYS ARE REVERSED! 

                                                   Wednesday 2/5/2020 is Periods 1, 2, 3

                                                   Thursday 2/6/2020 is Periods 3, 4, 6, 7

     

    Work Period to Prepare for Test  (This is the word problem applications test)

    Practice Set # 16  - Two Column Worksheet    click here for two column worksheet

     Please note that the answers to the problems are on the bottom of each column.

     


     FRIDAY 2/7/2020

    TEST TODAY - Exponential Modeling

    Practice Set #17

    click here for worksheet and key

     


     MONDAY 2/10/2020

    Learning Intention:  Direct Variation & Inverse Variation Models, and writing exponential models from tables.

    Practice Set # 18 page 363 # 3-14 all, 15-23 odd, 35, 37, 39  and page 346 # 3-6 all, 7-11 odd, 15

    Success Criteria:

    • I can classify an equation as direct variation, inverse variation or neither
    • I can classify a table of data as direct variation, inverse variation or neither
    • I can write an equation for an inverse variation model
    • I can write an equation for an exponential model from a table of values.
    • I can identify the type of model from a table of values as linear, quadratic, exponential, inverse variation or neither.

     


    TUESDAY 2/11/2020

    Learning Intention:  Multiplying & Dividing Rational Functions

    Practice Set # 19

    page 380 # 3-19 odd, 27-33 odd, 51, 53

    Success Criteria:

    • I can simplify a rational expression
    • I can multiply a rational expression
    • I can divide a rational expression

    BLOCKDAY 2/12/2020 and 2/13/2020

    Learning Intention:  Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions and Simplifying Complex Fractions

    Practice Set # 20

    page 388 # 3-7 odd, 17-25 odd, 39-43 odd

    Success Criteria

    • I can find the LCD for rational expressions
    • I can add rational expressions
    • I can subtract rational expressions
    • I can simplify a complex fraction

     


     FRIDAY 2/14/2020

     Practice Set # 21 click here for packet for break

     


    MONDAY 2/24/2020

    Learning Intention:  Graphing Rational Functions Using Transformations.

    Practice Set # 22  page 370 # 3,5,11-17 odd, 21-24 all, 33-39odd  (Remember to find the intercepts for your graphs)

    Success Criteria:

    • I can graph the parent function y = 1/x
    • I can graph a rational function of the form y = 1/x using transformations
    • I can rewrite a rational function of the form y = (ax+b)/(cx+d) using long division into the form y = 1/x

     


    TUESDAY 2/25/2020

    Learning Intention:  Graphing Rational Functions - Methods without transformations.

    Practice Set #23  worksheet

    click here for notes

      click here for classwork sheet and Answer Key

    Homework Worksheets and Answer Keys click here

     Success Criteria:

    • I can find the coordinates of the hole in the graph of a rational function
    • I can find the vertical asymptotes of the graph of a rational function
    • I can find the horizontal asymptotes of the graph of a rational function
    • I can find the intercepts of the graph of a rational funciton
    • I can graph a rational function of the form  y = [(x+a)(x+b)]/[(x+a)(x+c)]

    BLOCKDAY 2/26/2020-2/27/2020

     No New Lesson - Worktime

    PARTNER  mini worksheet on graphing

    click here for worksheet and key

    Practice Set # 24  click here for review worksheet to prep for test

     


    FRIDAY  2/28/2020

     

    TEST #4 Today

    Practice Set # 25 worksheet  click here for worksheet and key

     


    MONDAY 3/2/2020

    Learning Intention: Solving Rational Equations

    In class practice on new lesson

    Practice Set # 26

    page 396 # 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 19-29 odd.  Page 389 # 39, 40, 41 (use method of clearning denominators)

    Success Criteria
    • I can solve a rational equation by cross multiplying
    • I can solve a rational equation by clearing denominators
    • I can simplify a complex fraction by clearing denominators

     


    TUESDAY 3/3/2020

     

    Learning Intention:  Rational Functions & Rational Equations & Writing Equation for Exponential Function

    Practice Set # 27

    page 396 # 37-43 odd, then do 6, 22, 24, 28

    page  346 # 3-6 all, 7-11 odd, 15

    Success Criteria;

    • I can find the inverse of a rational function 
    • I can solve a rational equation by clearing the denominator using LCD
    • I can write the equation for an exponential model using two points.

     


     BLOCKDAY 3/4/2020-3/5/2020

     
    Classwork to turn in before end of class:  Page 396 # 12-14all, 33, 34, 45a.
     

    Learning Intention:  Sequences & Series

    Practice Set #28 page 414 # 5, 9, 11, 15, 17,21, 25, 27,  31, 32, 35, 39, 41, 43, 47, 48, 49, 50, 63

    Success Criteria:

    • I can write the first six terms of a sequence
    • I can describe the pattern of a sequence
    • I can write a series in summation notation
    • I can find the sum of a series from summation notation

     


    FRIDAY 3/6/2020
     

    Learning Intention:  Arithmetic Sequences & Series

    Practice Set #29 page 422 # 3-6all, 14-17 all, 23-26 all, 31-37 odd, 47-50 all

    Success Criteria:

    • I can determine is a sequence is arithmetic, and find the common difference
    • I can write a rule for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence
    • I can write a rule for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence given two terms
    • I can find the sum of an arithmetic series

    MONDAY 3/9/2020
    Learning Intention:  Geometric Sequences & Finite Geometric Series
     
    Practice Set # 30  page  430 # 5-39 odd, 47, 49

    Success Criteria:

    • I can identify a geometric sequence and find the common ration, r
    • I can write a rule for the nth term of a geometric sequence
    • I can write a rule for the nth term of a geometric sequence given two terms
    • I can find the sum of a finite geometric series.
     
    TUESDAY 3/10/2020 
     
    No New Lesson.  Work Period to practice for Friday's Test - (Booster Test)
     
    Practice Set # 31
     
     
     

      BLOCKDAY 3/11/2020 or 3/12/2020

     WORK PERIOD 

    Prepare for tomorrow's test.  Practice Set # 32 Two Worksheets for Today.

    click here for first worksheet and key     THERE IS ONE MISTAKE ON KEY TO FIRST WORKSHEET>  9d should have the answer (98301/4) = 24, 575.25  Sorry.  It needs the geometric series formula with a = 0.75 and r = 2

     


    FRIDAY 3/13/2020

     TEST TODAY  (This did not happen because of school closure)

    This test covers multiple topics.  You may have a notecard of formulas only to use on this test.  

     Practice Set #  No work this weekend because of sudden school closure

     


    MONDAY 3/16/2020

     

    Learning Intention:  Infinite Geometric Series   NOTES:  Click Here for Written Lesson NOTES with no audio

    Click here for TEMPLATE of examples to go with audio  (This is a blank template, that you can print to follow along with the audio lesson.

     The videos can be accessed in Google Classroom.  During our closure, you can submit a photo or scan of your work and submit it through the assignment in google classroom.  You will still be looking at our website for templates and filled out notes.

    Practice Set#33 page 439 # 3-15  odd, 19-23 odd,  and  page 430 # 48, 50, 51, 53 and page 434 # 4, 6, 10-17 all

    Video explanation for page 430 #50,51,53 and page 434 # 17

     

    Answers to evens:  Page 430:  48)  2,446,675   50) fraction:  16,400/2187   click here for answers to page 434

    click here for video explanation of page 439 # 15

    Success Criteria:

    • I can find the sum of a finite geometric series.
    • I can find the partial sums of an infinite geometric series and graph them
    • I can find the limiting value of a infinite geometric series from its graph
    • I can find the sum of an infinite geometric series
    • I can write a repeating decimal as a fraction

     


    TUESDAY 3/17/2020

    Learning Intention:  Recursive Rules

    Click here for the Template for Notes for Recursion Lesson 

    Click here for Notes filled

    Click here for Audio PDF lesson on Recursive Rules

    The lesson will also be described in a series of videos that will be posted in google classroom.

    Practice Set # 34 page 447 # 3, 4, 5, 7, 11-14 all, 31-34 all, 41-44 all

    Answers to evens:  click here for answers to evens

    Success Criteria:

    • I can find the first six terms given a recursive rule
    • I can write a recursive rule given a sequence
    • I can write a recursive rule given an explicit rule
    • I can write an explicit rule given a recursive rule

     


    BLOCKDAY 3/18/2020 or 3/19/2020

     Learning Intention:  Review & More practice with Infinite Series & Recursive Rules

    Practice Set # 35 page 439 # 20, 22, 24, 32-36 all  and page 447 # 8, 9, 17, 19, 21, 35, 37, 45, 47, 71-77 odd

     click here for answers to evens


    FRIDAY 3/20/2020  &  MONDAY 3/23/2020   TWO DAYS OF WORK

    Work Period to Pull it all together for Mastery

    Practice Set #36 worksheet   click here for worksheet and key  MISTAKE ON ANSWER KEY  #13 should be 60

       click here for a formula sheet

     ASK FOR HELP IF YOU NEED IT VIA EMAIL.           


    MONDAY 3/23/2020

    See Friday's work.  The worksheet is a two day worksheet.

    YOU HAVE A TEST TOMORROW.  ASK FOR HELP IF YOU NEED IT VIA EMAIL

     


    TUESDAY 3/24/2020

    Test Today - You will take this test online.  I have emailed all of you the link to get connected to the program.  The test goes live at 7am today.  You must complete it by the end of your class period.  If you want to take it at a different time then you should email me.  I am required to only utilize my respective class period.  However, if you have flexibility in your schedule, you can email me to request an alternative time.  Otherwise the expectation is that 1st period is done with the test by end of 1st period and 7th period starts its test during 7th period.

    If you still need to make an account copy and paste this link to activate your account.

     https://quizizz.com/join?class=F437266

    You may use your notes and practice sets.  You may not use your book, other people, cell phone, or internet cheat sites. 

    Since we are in the middle of a global pandemic, if you need an alternative testing time or day, please email me.  I am flexible given the situation we all find ourselve in at this time in history.

     TO ACCESS THE TEST TODAY:


    Ask participants to open
    joinmyquiz.com

    NO HOMEWORK TONIGHT

      


    BLOCKDAY  3/25/2020 & 3/26/2020

    Learning Intention:  Applications of Series

     

    Success Criteria:

    • I can model a situation using an arithmetic series
    • I can model a situation using a geometric series

     

    Practice Set # 37 Two - worksheets   The two worksheets that make up practice set 37 have the note template on them.  

     P37 =    click here for front side worksheet           

     P 37 =   click here for back side series modeling worksheet plus key     

     

    Lesson =    Video Part One for first side of Notes on Application of series

     Lesson =   Video Part two for Applications of Series $$ deposits over time                                                                                                          

     Click here for completed written notes to theatre, staircase, and ball drop notes

     Click here for completed written notes of yearly deposits into simple investment

     

    Video page 434 # 18 & 19      Video page 415 # 53    Video page 440 # 27

     

     

     Optional Google Meet for this lesson at the start of the block.  Live instruction.  Please use the above worksheets which have note helpers in them.  As in the live instruction I will not be waiting for you to copy down the problem.  This live instruction session is OPTIONAL.  There is a video above for students who prefer or cannot attend this optional meet.

    To join the Google Meet  use the join code:  ctreeaa

    You will need to select Google Meet icon from within your school google account.  That code is ctreeaa  

    Times:  Wednesday Block 7th period:  1:40pm  

    Thursday Block 1st Period:  8:00 am

     

     OPTIONAL GOOGLE MEET for live instruction followed by math help and check-in.  Use google meet icon within school account and type code in join meeting space .   CODE IS:   ctreeaa

    Meeting times are during class period:  7th period Wednesday at 1:40pm - 2:30pm  and 1st period Thursday at 8:00 am - 8:50 am
    Students may join either time only if the time slot is open in their schedule.  Teachers can only google meet during their class period with students. Thus if a 1st period student drops in during 7th period that is only allowed if the student has an open 7th period, and vice versa.  
     

     
     
    THURSDAY 3/27/2020
     
    SMART PERIOD  9:37 - 10:30  Google Meet code:   ctreesmart
     
     

    FRIDAY 3/27/2020
     

    More Practice with Modeling with Series

    Practice Set # 38   review worksheet  click here for worksheet   

    This review covers past content as well as current content.

     
    Answer to part III # 15 is missing on key.  It should be:  y = ln(-x-4)
    There is also a mistake with #24 on the key.  It should be     2 + 2 log7x-log7y-log7z

     


     MONDAY 3/30/2020

    Practice Set 39  series review worksheet  Click here for worksheet and KEY

     

    Video Explanation of answer key to review

     


    TUESDAY 3/31/2020

    No Homework Today.  Two Google Meet sessions for last minute questions before our test on Blockday

    First session:  1st period:  8am-8:40

    Second Session:  7th Period:  2:15-2:55

    Must use the google meet icon and type:   CTREEAA

     


    BLOCKDAY  4/1/2020 and 4/2/2020

    TEST TODAY

    The test happens during our class period.  This means,

    7th period happens on Wednesday block  (1:30-4:30)

    1st period happens on Thursday block. (*am-11am) 

     

    Go to:   www.bigideasmath.com    then login to your account.

    This test has 15 problems on it and the test should take 45 minutes.  However, I have a wide time range for when you can access this test through your www.bigideasmath.com account.

    That is in case something unpredictable happens in your day.  I will be monitoring my email all day in case you need to reach me.

     


    FRIDAY 4/3/2020

    Work Period to work on Practice Set 40  through your account on www.bigideasmath.com

    Login to your account and complete the assignment.  Please note that this assignment is a review of factoring methods.  It is due at the end of the day on Monday, April 13th.  

    You are to work on it during our class period today, Friday, April 3rd.  If you do not finish it today, then you can resume working on it, the Monday, April 13th.

     


    MONDAY 4/13/2020

    Be sure to finish the assignment from Friday, April 3rd.


    TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY 4/14 to 4/15    2020

    Required Google Meet for first 15 minutes of class period.  (1st period is Tues at 9:30am and 7th period is Wed. at 11:45 am)

     Learning Intention:  Introduction to Probability  Section 10.1

    Click Here - NOTE TEMPLATE

    Video Lesson To go with Note Template

     

     Practice Set # 41 page 542# 3, 4, 5, 7-10, 15-17, 19, 20

     Video explanation of Practice Set for page 542 section 10.1

    practice set written out for section 10.1 page 542 to go along with video

     

    Success Criteria:

    • I can determine the number of outcomes in a sample space
    • I can determine the probablity of an event given the sample space
    • I can make a tree diagram for a sample space
    • I can define the terms:  sample space, outcome, event, theoretical probability, experimental probability, complement
    • I can compare the theoretical probability with the experimental probability.

     


    THURSDAY/FRIDAY   4/16 & 4/17  2020

    Learning Intention:  Independent and Dependent Events  Section 10

     Note Template to go with video for section 10.2

    Video Lesson Section 10.2

     Completed Notes for section 10.2

     

    Practice Set # 42  page 550 # 3-10 all, 12, 13, 17-24 all

     

    written solutions section 10.2 page 550 to go with video explanation

     Video explanation of problems on section 10.2  page 550

     

    Answers to evens: 4.  Independent,  6) Independent   8) No  10) no  12)  2.4%  14)  about 23.8% 

    16) P(B|A) is incorrect, it should be 4/6 which gives an answer of 2/7

    18) 0.25   20)  a.  about 9.1%  b) about 7.4%  you are about 1.23 times more likely to select 3 red marbles when you replace each marble before you select the next marble.    22) a) about 46.2%  b) about 58.1%

    Success Criteria:

    • I can determine whether Events are Independent
    • I can find the Probability of Independent Events
    • I cand find the probability of Dependent Events
    • I can find the conditional probability of an event.

     


    MONDAY 4/20/2020

    Make sure all your work is submitted.  There is no reason for it to be late.


     TUESDAYWEDNESDAY   4/21  4?22  2020

    REQUIRED GOOGLE MEET (Check in with me, and live instruction will happen.  If you prefer to watch the video then you can do that but you must check in with me.):  Code:  ctreeaa

    1st Period Tues 9:30am

    7th Period Wed 11:45 am

     

    Learning Intention:  Frequency Tables 

    NOTE TEMPLATE to go with Lesson Video 10.3

    VIDEO Lesson Ch 10 Sec 3 Two-way tables & probability

    Completed notes and examples

     

     

    Practice Set # 43 Section 10.3   PLEASE GO TO your account in www.bigideasmath.com to do the assignment.

    When you are done you need to remember to "SUBMIT"

    The work in the computer account correlates to page 558 # 3-5, 7, 8, 10-18, 22, 23, 27, 28  if you want to have your textbook open while you work on the computer.    Sometimes students like to read the problem from the textbook.  However you must enter your answers into the computer.  You can check your answers within the computer system.  

       Note:  We will be taking a quiz on sections 10.1-10.3 on Tuesday/Wednesday next week during classtime.

    Success Criteria:

    • I can identify joint frequencies and marginal frequencies from a two-way table.
    • I can create a frequency table
    • I can find probabilities using a frequency table
    • I can find relative joint frequencies and relative marginal frequencies
    • I can find probabilities using a relative frequency table

     


    THURSDAY/FRIDAY  4/23 & 4/24  2020

    REQUIRED GOOGLE MEET (first ten minutes):  Code:  ctreeaa

    1st Period THUR 9:30am

    7th Period FRI 11:45 am

    Practice Set # 44  Go to your Big Ideas Account to complete the practice set of review problems.  See Monday's assignment below  


    MONDAY 4/27/2020

    Remember you have a quiz tomorrow on section 10.1-10.3

    OPTIONAL:  Page 562 # 1-11 all.  Your quiz will look very much like these problems.

    Video Explanation of Optional Quiz Review

    Written solutions to page 562 to go with video

     


    TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY   4/28 & 4/29   2020

    MANDATORY TO Take Quiz during class time.  I will have Google Meet open with usual code in case you need to reach me.

    1st Period Tuesday:  9:30-10:15   (Quiz opens at 9 am and closes at 10:15)

    7th Period Wednesday:  11:45-12:30  (Quiz opens at 11:30 and closes at 12:45)

     

    Learning Intention:  Probability of Disjoint and Overlapping Events  Section 10.4

    NOTE TEMPLATE section 10.4 to go with video

    VIDEO Part 1 of 3 for Lesson 10.4

    VIDEO Lesson 10.4 Example 4 Part 2 of 3

    VIDEO Lesson sec 10.4 You Try It like example 4 Part 3 of 3

     Completed Notes

     

     

    More Examples to go with optional second video

    VIDEO Supplemental Sec 10.4 to go with More Examples Template

    Completed notes to supplemental problems

      

    Practice Set # 45  page 567 # 3, 5, 7-15 all, 17, 18, 19, 21  

     Success Criteria:

    • I can identify disjoint (mutually exclusive)events and overlapping events
    • I can find the probability of a compound event P(A or B)
    • I can determine if two events are independent
    • I can use a probability tree to read conditional probabilities.

     

     Answers to the evens:  (8) 70%   (10) 56/81 about 0.69   (12)  added instead of subtracted  P(club and 9).  Should be 4/13

    (14)  5/6   (18)a.  0.09  b. 0.12  c. The coach should leave the goalie in the game

     


    THURSDAY & FRIDAY 4/30 & 5/1   2020

     Section 10.5  Permutations & Combinations   Day One

    Video Lesson today via Big Ideas Account.  I will show you how to use the dynamic classroom video resources.

     

    Practice Set # 46 log into Big Ideas Math Account:   www.bigideasmath.com

    The problems are the same as those in our textbook on page 575 (4-18even,22-34even, 40,48)

    If you move the computer cursor to the "i" it will tell you which problem in the textbook is the same.  

     

    If you want more practice like these problems then you can do the odds in your textbook and check the answers in the back of the book.

     


     TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY  5/5 & 5/6  2020

     REQUIRED GOOGLE MEET  same code as always for class time.  (ctreeaa).  Remember to access this using your school google account and not your personal google account.

    Section 10.5  Permutation & Combinations  Day 2

    Note Template for Video section 10.5 day two

     Video Lesson section 10.5 day 2 Binomial Expansion

    Completed Notes from Video

     

    Word Problem NOTE TEMPLATE

     Video Explanation for Word Problem Notes

    Completed word problem Notes

     

    Practice Set # 47  Log into Big Ideas Math Account:   www.bigideasmath.com

    The problems are the same as those in our textbook on page 575 (47, 49, 50-64even, 70-73all)   

    If you move the computer cursor to the "i" when working on the problem it will tell you which problem in the textbook is the same.

     

    If you want more practice like these problems then you can do the odds in your textbook and check the answers in the back of the book.

     


     THURSDAY/FRIDAY   5/7 & 5/8  2020

    Section 10.6  Binomial Distributions.  

     Chapter 10.6 Note Template Binomial Distributions

    Video Lesson Sec 10.6 Binomial Distributions

    Completed Notes sec 10.6

    Practice Set # 48   Log into Big Ideas Math Account:  www.bigideasmath.com

    These problems correspond to those in section 10.6 (2-3, 7-14, 18, 23, 24)

     

     


    MONDAY  5/11/2020

    Review  Day   Practice Set # 49  (Practice "quiz" for sections 10.4-10.6)   This is due by 9am on Tuesday (tomorrow)

    Go to your Bigideasmathcom account.

     


    TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY  5/12 & 5/13  2020 

    GOOGLE MEET - REQUIRED START OF CLASS

    Review Day  Pratice Set # 50   This is on your Bigideasmath.com account.  This is a "practice test".

     


    THURSDAY/FRIDAY 5/14 & 5/15  2020

    Learning Check:  Test Today Chapter 10    This test is on your bigideasmath.com account.    

    1st Period:  Your test opens on Thursday 5/14 at 8am and closes at 8pm.  You should be taking this test before school, during 1st period, or after school.  

     

    7th Period:  Your test opens on Friday 5/15 at 8am and closes at 8pm.  You should be taking this test before school, duirng 7th period, or after school.  

     

     

    Remember the goal is to score a 65% or better.  The purpose of the test and the approximate score of 65% is to demonstrate your learning.  If you score below a 65%, you should consider retaking the test after you review your test errors.  However, you are not required to retake it.  I will offer a retake for anyone who wants to prove to themselves that they know the content. 

     

    Please note that there is no homework for this weekend.  

     


    TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY 5/19 & 5/20

    REQUIRED GOOGLE MEET TODAY - Live Instruction

    Day 1 Chapter 11 Section 1

    Practice Set # 51  online at bigideasmath.com  account.  (It corresponds to section 11.1 # 3-12 all)

    Due before the start of the next class.  Remember to submit via bigideas and then upload the proof of your work on google classroom


     THURSDAY/FRIDAY 5/21 & 5/22   2020

    REQUIRED GOOGLE MEET TODAY - Live Instruction

    Day 2 Chapter 11 Section 1

    Note Template Section 11.1 Day two

    There is no video lesson today because this is a live instruction required google meet.  If you miss the live instruction then you will follow the video lessons available in the dynamic classroom for section 11.1 in your bigideasmath.com account.  There are 14 videos available in the online system.  

     

    Practice Set # 52  online at bigideasmath.com  account.  (It corresponds to section 11.1 # 13-20, 23, 24, 28, 33)

    Due before the start of the next class.  Remember to submit via bigideas and then upload the proof of your work on google classroom

     


    Remainder of Year - Review of important topics for precalculus

    Instead of a final exam the advanced algebra team of teachers is opting for review assignments. 

    You must do all 5 review assignments.  They are available now for you to start.  Pay attention to the due dates based upon your class period.

     

        1st Period Read below:

    5/26 Tuesday 9:30am  Google Meet - Live instruction

    5/27 Wednesday 10pm Practice Set # 53 is Due - online on bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    5/28 Thursday 9:30 am Google Meet-Live instruction

    5/29 Friday 10pm  Practice Set # 54 is Du- online on bigideasmath- submit work shown on google classroom

    6/1 Monday 10pm Practice Set # 55 is due - online on bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/2 Tuesday 9:30am  Google Meet -Live instruction

    6/3 Wednesday 10pm Practice Set # 56 due - online bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/4 Thursday 9:30am Google Meet - Live instruction

    6/7 Sunday 10pm Practice Set # 57 due - online bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/8 Tuesday 9:30am Google Meet - Last one of year.

     

     

    7th  Period Read below:

    5/27 Wednesday 11:45am  Google Meet - Live instruction

    5/28 Thursday 10pm Practice Set # 53 is Due - online on bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    5/29 Friday 11:45am Google Meet-Live instruction

    5/31 Sunday 10pm  Practice Set # 54 is Du- online on bigideasmath- submit work shown on google classroom

    6/2 Tuesday 10pm Practice Set # 55 is due - online on bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/3 Wednesday 11:45am  Google Meet -Live instruction

    6/4 Thursday 10pm Practice Set # 56 due - online bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/5 Friday 11:45am Google Meet - Live instruction

    6/7 Sunday 10pm Practice Set # 57 due - online bigideasmath - submit work shown on google classroom

    6/9 Wednesday 11:45am Google Meet - Last one of year.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


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