| Class date || Lesson|| Assignment|| Remarks|
| Chapter 6 test on factoring polynomials|| You can use your notebook. || |
|Demand function, creating a cubic polynomial given 4 points, cubic regression||Complete your review of chapter6 as per the homework assigned Feb.01||You should know your vocabulary as per pg. 388..|
|Demand function and assortment of other word problems involving polynomial functions||Complete Chapter 6 review know your vocabulary pg. 388 |
Do odd numbered
Chapter test pg.391
Chapter stand. test Pg.392
| Why factor polynomials? what is the best method?|
|Building a box with max. volume.|
review quiz answers.
in computer lab.
|Determine which dimensions will create the largest volume. |
Pg. 376 #1 -7, 12,
Pg. 378 #45, 47, 51, 53, 55, 57
Pg. 383 #15, 17, 19, 49
Pg. 386 Odd numbers in mixed review
| creating a cubic polynomial if you know 4 points.. (3 points will be the zeros of the function + 1 other point on the curve.)|
Chapter test on chapter 6 on Wed.
|read about turning points, end behavior||Group presentations;|
Worksheet from kuta software.
|Quiz involving factoring polynomials with degree less than or equal 4.|
The answers to the worksheet are available from www.kutasoftware.com
the algebra2 section -> graphing polynomials.
|Fundamental th.of algebra..6.7 the relationship between zeros, factors, solutions and x-intercepts chap. 6.8|| Pg.369 Guided practice #1-13 odds; 15-29 odds. 35-37; 47,49|
Pg. 376, guided practice 1-11, 12
Work with your group on agreeing on the relationship between zeros, factors, solutions and x-intercepts; include end-behavior.
| Who was Gauss?|
what are complex conjugates?
vocab: local minimum, local maximum
turning pionts, end behaviour,
Who is I.M.Pei and what is the connection to Taichung..
| Zeros of a function and factoring||Pg. 356: |
39,41, 49, 51, 55
|What are zeros of a function?|
Quiz today on factoring polynomials..
|Remainder and Factor theorems, rational zeros.. |
Chapter 6.5, 6.6
Pg.351 mixed review
Pg.356 #3, 8,9,12,13
|Vocabulary: dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder, demand function, coefficients, |
synthetic division=synthetic substitution
Question? in a function, what are the factors, ie. what values of x make f(x) = 0..
|Review polynomial expressions, equations|| Pg. 348 #27-32;|
Pg. 349 68- 73
| Bring a notebook for next class.|
|Review polynomials, factoring||Correct errors from the semester exam|| |
|Take your semester exam|
|Determine the time it takes Santa to take off from the NOrth Pole and land in Taichung, if his initial velocity is 1500 km/sec and his sleigh weighs 450 kgs. Bonus question, will his flight be a parabola, if so, what is his maximumum height.|| Have a relaxing holiday and if you get bored and are looking for fun math activities.. check out www.ted.com for interesting videos: |
search on "symmetry" or "oragami" or "calculus in architecture" or "hyperbolic geometry"..
Take questions from mixed problem solving starting pg.971.
|Prepare a review sheet hand-written by yourself for the semester exam. Photocopying someone else's sheet will not be acceptable.|| Work through word problems from the textbook.|
Pg.344 mixed review
|review homework and last years semester test.|
Questions from cumulative review Pg.394-395
|Work through questions from the text book. Review by doing quiz and review problems from text. |
|Lesson 6.3 Operations on polynomials.. concept-"add or subtract the coefficients of like terms"||Pg341: 1-12|
#13-38 every third; 45, 46; 66, 67, 71, 72a
Take home last years semester test..
|Vocab: square of a binomial; special product patterns, short pop quiz on monday on 6.1, 6.2..|
Collect chapter5 homework..and setting a good viewing window Pg.337.
|Lesson 6.1, 6.2 Properties of polynomial functions, return Chapter 5 test.||Pg.326 #1-15, #24-31; #48-52; Pg 328 #69-83 every third; |
Pg. 333 #1-7; 27-30; 37-40, 81, 82
|Vocab: powers, exponents, leading coefficient, degree, quartic, cubic; scientific notation; synthetic substitution; infinity; end behavior; |
Setting a good window with GCal.
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