Weekly outline

  • General

    Now that we all have our devices, all the knowledge you could ever want is right at your finger tips.  TRIG ISN'T EASY, it will take effort to learn!  

    If you are struggling with a problem shoot me an email and I will try and work it out on my IPad and post it for you that evening!  

  • 4 September - 10 September

    Below is a link to the book website.  It is extremely useful!!

    Book solutions and videos

    Everything is in the website from practice problems, to lectures, to definitions and equations.

    Book Website

    The following two sites are very helpful

    Khan Academy

    11th Grade MCA Test Prep

    The following are some really good videos about the learning process

    You can learn anything

    Growing your mind

    Neuroplasticity

    The power of belief

    Success through effort

    Grit

    Growth mindset videos

    Math Major

    Tuesday's assignment -   

    1. Math Warmer-Upper Worksheet
    2. Hand Out Calculators

    Wednesday's assignment -   

    Go over Rules

    Take Chapter 2/3 Pre Test

    Thursday's assignment -

    Hand out books, check out resources, moodle

    Section 2.1

    p. 132 - 133; 1 - 12, 43, 44, 47, 52, 65, 79, 83

    a video for #83

    Friday's assignment - 

    Section 2.2

    1 - 4, 7, 9 - 16, 18, 21, 23, 29, 30, 35, 36, 43, 44, 57, 58, 68

  • 9 April - 15 April

    Monday - 

    p. 730 - 731; 51, 55 - 57, 60 - 69


    Here is #60

    Tuesday - 

    Section 10.2

    p. 738 - 739; 1 - 5, 9 - 17, 35 - 41 odd

    Here is #35

    Here is #39

    Wednesday -

    p. 738 - 739; 19 - 21, 25 - 31 odd, 45 - 53 odd, 57, 59

    Here is #19

    Here is #21

    Here is #25

    Here is #29

    Here is #47  I call it 44 in the video but it is 47

    Here is #49

    Here is #51

    Here is #57

    Here is #59

    Thursday - 

    p. 738 - 739; 14 - 18 evens, 33, 34 - 38 even, 42, 44, 48, 53, 55, 56, 58, 73

    Here is #42

    Here is #73

    Friday -

    p. 739; 60

    p. 800; 1 - 20; 17 and 18 extra credit

    Here is #2

    Here is #6

    Here is #19

    Here is #20

    • 16 April - 22 April

      Monday - 

      Test Sections 10.1 and 10.2


      Tuesday - 

      My best attempt at notes for Ellipses
      Example #1

      Section 10.3

      p. 748 - 749; 1 - 10, 11 - 27 odd

      Here is #11

      Here is #13

      Here is #15

      Here is #17

      Here is #25

      Here is #47

      Wednesday - 

      Section 10.3 cont'd

      p. 748 - 749; 

      29 - 45 odd, 49, 53, 55, 63, 64

      Here is #47

      Thursday -

      Section 10.3

      16, 20 - 24 evens, 30 - 36 evens, 42 - 50 evens, 66

      Friday - 

      Section 10.4

      1 - 10, 15 - 21

    • 23 April - 29 April

      Monday - 

      Section 10.4

      23 - 31 odd, 37 - 41 odd

      Tuesday - 

      10.4 Cont'd

      24 - 30 evens, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42 - 48, 51, 57 - 72

      Here is # 42

      Wednesday -

      Review for Test

      p. 801 - 802; 21 - 38, 41 - 44

      Thursday - 

      Chapter 10 Part II Test

      Friday - 

      Chapter 11.1

      p. 815 - 816

      22, 27 - 34, 37 - 39, 41, 42, 45 - 49

      Here is #27

    • 30 April - 6 May

      Monday - 

      For today, read through the bottom of page 812 where it talks about the equation of a sphere.  Then go through example 4 on your own.

      p. 815 - 816; 53 - 59, 61 - 67, 77, 78

      For 59.  They give you the end points of a diameter.  The mid point of the diameter would be the center.  Half the length of the diameter would be the radius.

      Tuesday - 

      Tuesday notes


      Chapter 11.2

      p. 822 - 823;

      1 - 8, 10, 11 - 29 odd, 32, 33, 36, 37, 51 - 54

      Wednesday - 

      Section 11.3

      p. 829; 11 - 14, 21, 23, 27, 32, 33, 37 - 41

      Here is #11

      Here is #21

      Here is #33

      Here is #37

      Thursday - 

      MAP Test

      Friday - 

      MAP Test

      • 7 May - 13 May

        Monday - 

        Section 11.3

        p. 829; 43 - 45, 47 - 48, 51 - 53, 55 - 60


        Here is #44

        Here is #48

        Here is #59

        3d point plotter (for problems 59, 60)  This seems to only work on PCs :(  

        Another (better) 3D plotter (thanks Madi Lee!)

        Tuesday - 

        Section 11.4

        Here is Example 1

        Here is Example 2

        Here is Example 3

        p. 838; 1 - 4, 6 - 9, 12 - 16, 21 - 25, 27, 28

        Here is #27

        Here is #28 (with no sound) :(  (In the video it may be difficult to understand why I switch from <-6, 6, 24> to <-1, 1, 4>.  The book does this also and it is basically like reducing a slope from 2/4 to 1/2, as all I am doing is factoring out a 6 from the i value, j value and the k value)  

        Wednesday - 

        p. 842 - 843; 5 - 9 odd, 11 - 23 odd, 27 - 35 odd, 45 - 63 odd

        Thursday - 

        Chapter 11 Test

        Friday - 

        Khan Academy Intro to Limit

        Another Khan Academy video on limits

        Khan Academy video on Limits (there are a number of other good Khan Academy videos talking about limits so go ahead and look them up if this section is confusing to you)

        Section 12.1

        p. 858 - 859; 8, 9, 13 - 29 odd, 30

        • 14 May - 20 May

          Monday - 

          p. 859 - 860; 31 - 45 odd, 49 - 68

          Tuesday - 

          Section 12.2

          p. 868 - 869; 5 - 19 odd, 29 - 35 odd, 56, 71, 72

          Wednesday - 

          Section 12.4

          p. 887 - 888; 5 - 8, 10 - 15, 18, 19 - 37 odd, 53, 56

          Thursday - 

          Section 12.4

          p. 888; 40 - 52

          Chapter 12 Review

          p. 900 - 901

          1 - 8, 25 - 32, 37, 38, 53 - 56, 83 - 90, 93 - 97

          Friday - 

          Chapter 12 Test

          • 21 May - 27 May

            Monday - 

            Review for Final part 

            Tuesday - 

            Final Part

            Wednesday - 

            Golden Ratio

            Thursday - 

            Logic

            Friday - 

            Logic

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