## Weekly outline

- General
- September 4th-September 8th
### September 4th-September 8th

Monday-Labor Day No Class

Tuesday-

Overhead Presentation

How Grand Is Your Total Problem

Course Syllabus

Wednesday-

Books

Chapter 1 Diagnostic Test

Thursday

Friday

- September 10th-14th
### September 10th-14th

Monday

Every Monday Matters

**Lesson 1-5 Solving Inequalities****Objectives**1) Solve and graph inequalities

2) Write and solve compound inequalities

**Assignment Pg. 38-40; 11-43 odd, 45-60/3, 71-78**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 1-6 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities****Objective**1) Write and solve equations and inequalities involving absolute value

**Assignment Pg. 46-48; 11-41 odd, 45-78/3, 94-102**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- September 17th - September 21st
### September 17th - September 21st

Monday

Chapter 1 Review

Tuesday

Chapter 1 Test

Wednesday

Chapter 2 Diagnostic Test

Thursday

L.2.1 Relations and Functions Pg. 65-66; 8-40/4

Friday

L.2.2 Direct Variation Pg. 71-72; 7-29 odd

- September 24th-September 28th
### September 24th-September 28th

Monday

L.2.4 More About Linear Equations

Assignment Pg. 86-88; 11-35 odd, 36-58, 66-75

Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 2-5 Using Linear Models****Objectives****The student should be able to:**Write linear equations that model real-world data

Make predictions from linear models

**Assignment Pg.****96-98; 7-11 odd, 13-18, 20-29**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- October 1st-October 5th
### October 1st-October 5th

MondayL.2.5 Using Linear Models

Assignment Pg. 96-98; 7-11 odd, 13-18, 20-29

Tuesday

L.2.6 Families of Functions

Assignment Pg. 103-106; 11-33 odd, 34-45, 51-58

Wednesday-midterm Quarter 1

Same as Tuesday

Thursday

Lesson 2-7 Absolute Value Functions and Graphs

Objective

Graph absolute value functions

**Assignment Pg. 111-113; 9-29 odd, 31-45, 51-64**Friday

Same as Thursday

- October 8th-October 12th
### October 8th-October 12th

Monday

**Standards****9.2.1.9****9.2.2.1****9.2.2.6**Lesson 2-7 Absolute Value Functions and Graphs

Objective

Graph absolute value functions

**Assignment Pg. 111-113; 9-29 odd, 31-45, 51-64**Tuesday

Same as Monday with graphing Calculators

Wednesday

**Review for Chapter 2 Test**Thursday

Chapter 2 Test

Friday

- October 15th - October 19th
### October 15th - October 19th

Monday

Chapter 3 Diagnostic Test

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

No Class Ed MN Professional Conference

Friday

No Class Ed MN Professional Conference

- October 22nd-26th
### October 22nd-26th

Monday

**Chapter 3 Linear Systems****Lesson 3-1 Solving Systems Using Tables and Graphs****Standards****9.2.1.4****Objectives****Assignment Pg. 138-141; 9-69/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 3-2 Solving Systems Algebraically****Objectives**1) Solve a system by substitution

2) Solve a system by elimination

**Assignment Pg. 145-148; 4-80/4**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- October 29th - November 2nd
### October 29th - November 2nd

Monday

**Standards****9.2.4.4****Lesson 3-3 Systems of Inequalities****Objectives**1) Solve systems of linear inequalities

**Assignment****Pg. 152-155; 4-72/4**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

Standard

9.2.4.5

Lesson 3-4 Linear Programming

**Objectives**1) Solve problems with linear programming

**Assignment Pg. 160-162; 9-36/3**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

No Class-Teacher Workshop

- November 5th-November 9th
### November 5th-November 9th

Monday

**Lesson 3-5 Systems With Three Variables****Objectives:**1) Solve systems in three variables by elimination.

2) Solve systems in three variables by substitution.

**Assignment: Pg. 171-173; 10-45/5**Tuesday

**Same as Monday**Wednesday

**Lesson 3-6 Solving Systems Using Matrices****Objectives**1) Represent a system of linear equations with a matrix

2) Solve a system of linear equations using matrices

**Assignment Pg. 179-181; 8-29,31-41 odd, 51-58**Thursday

1/2 day with students-PT conference prep 12 p.m.-4 p.m.-PT Conferences 4 p.m.-8 p.m.

Friday-No Class-PT Conferences-8 a.m.-12 noon

- November 12th-November 16th
### November 12th-November 16th

Monday

**Lesson 3-6 Solving Systems Using Matrices****Objectives**1) Represent a system of linear equations with a matrix

2) Solve a system of linear equations using matrices

**Assignment Pg. 179-181; 8-29,31-41 odd, 51-58**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Same as Tuesday**Thursday

Review for Chapter 3 Test

Friday

Chapter 3 Test

- November 19th-November 23rd
### November 19th-November 23rd

Monday

**Get Ready Pg. 191****Standard****9.2.1.5****9.2.1.9****Chapter 4 Quadratic Functions and Equations****Lesson 4-1 Quadratic Functions and Transformations****Objectives**Identify and graph quadratic functions

**Pg. 199-201; 7-37 odd, 39-57/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

Turkey Quotient Problem

Thursday

No Class-Thanksgiving

Friday

No Class-Thanksgiving

- November 26th-November 30th
### November 26th-November 30th

Monday

**Standard****9.2.1.5****9.2.2.3****Lesson 4-2 Standard Form of a Quadratic Function****Objective**Graph quadratic functions written in standard form

**Assignments Pg. 206-208; 9-31 odd, 33-47**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Standard****9.2.1.5****9.2.2.1****Lesson 4-3 Modeling Data With Quadratic Functions****Objectives**1) Model data with quadratic functions

**Assignment Pg. 212-214; 7-27 odd**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- December 3rd-December 7th
### December 3rd-December 7th

Monday

**Same as Friday focusing particularly on the graphic calculator**Tuesday

**Lesson 4-4 Factoring Quadratic Expressions****Objectives**The student should be able to:

1) Find common and binomial factors of quadratic expressions.

2) Factor special quadratic expressions.

**Assignment Pg. 221-223; 15-108/3**Wednesday

Same as Tuesday

Thursday

**Same as Wednesday**Friday

**Standard****9.2.2.1****9.2.4.1****Lesson 4-5 Quadratic Equations****Objectives**1) Solve quadratic equations by factoring and by finding square roots

2) Solve quadratic equations by graphing

**Assignments Pg. 229-231; 9-35 odd, 39-57/3** - December 10th-December 14th
### December 10th-December 14th

Monday

**Standard****9.2.2.1****9.2.4.1****Lesson 4-5 Quadratic Equations****Objectives**1) Solve quadratic equations by factoring and by finding square roots

2) Solve quadratic equations by graphing

**Assignments Pg. 229-231; 9-35 odd, 39-57/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Standards****9.2.4.1****Lesson 4-7 The Quadratic Formula****Objectives**1) Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula

2) Determine the number and types of solutions using the discriminant

**Assignment Pg. 244-247;**12-81/3**Thursday****Same as Wednesday**Friday

**Standards****9.2.4.3**Lesson 4-8 Complex Numbers

**Objectives**1) Identify and graph complex numbers

2) Add, subtract, and multiply complex numbers

**Assignment Pg. 253-255; 9-24/3, 33-69/3**

- December 18th - December 22nd
### December 18th - December 22nd

Monday

**Lesson 4-7 The Quadratic Formula****Assignment Pg. 244-247;**12-81/3Tuesday

**Standards****9.2.4.3**Lesson 4-8 Complex Numbers

**Objectives**1) Identify and graph complex numbers

2) Add, subtract, and multiply complex numbers

**Pg. 253-255; 9-24/3, 33-69/3**Wednesday

Review for Chapter 4 Test

Thursday

Chapter 4 Test

Friday

12 Days of Christmas Problem

- December 22nd-January 1st
### December 22nd-January 1st

No School-Winter Break

- January 2nd-January 4th
### January 2nd-January 4th

Monday-No Class/Christmas Break

Tuesday-No Claa/Christmas Break

Wednesday

**Lesson 4-9 Quadratic Systems****Objectives**1) Solve and graph systems of linear and quadratic equations

2) Solve and graph quadratic inequalities

**Assignment Pg.**262-264; 8-60/4Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- January 7th-January 11th
### January 7th-January 11th

Monday

**Chapter 5 Polynomials and Polynomial Functions****Lesson 5-1 Polynomial Functions****Objectives**1) Classify polynomials

2) Graph polynomial functions and describe end behavior

**Assignment Pg. 285-287; 9-39 odd, 42-48/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 5-2 Polynomials, Linear Factors, and Zeros****Objectives**1) Analyze the factored form of a polynomial

2) Write a polynomial function from its zeros

**Assignment Pg. 293-295; 7-39 odd, 40-54**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- January 14th-January 18th
### January 14th-January 18th

Monday

Standards

9.2.2.1 Represent and solve problems in various contexts using linear and quadratic functions

Lesson 5-3 Solving Polynomial Equations

**Objectives**1) Solve polynomial equations by graphing.

2) Solve polynomial equations by factoring.

**Assignment Pg. 300-302; 11-39 odd, 42, 48, 51-53, 57**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

Same as Previous Day

Thursday

**Standard****9.2.3.2 Add, subtract, and multiply polynomials; divide a polynomial****by a polynomial of equal or lower degree.****Lesson 5-4 Dividing Polynomials****Objectives**1) Divide polynomials using long division.

2) Divide polynomials using synthetic division.

**Pg. 308-310; 9-39 odd, 40-43, 67-85**Friday-No Class-Teacher Workshop

- January 21st-January 25th
### January 21st-January 25th

Monday

MAP Testing

Tuesday

MAP Testing

Wednesday

**Standard****9.2.3.2 Add, subtract, and multiply polynomials; divide a polynomial****by a polynomial of equal or lower degree.****Lesson 5-4 Dividing Polynomials****Objectives**1) Divide polynomials using long division.

2) Divide polynomials using synthetic division.

**Assignment Pg. 308-310; 9-39 odd, 40-43, 67-85**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- January 28th-February 1st
### January 28th-February 1st

Monday

**Lesson 5-6 The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra****Objective****Use the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra to solve polynomial equation****with complex solutions.****Assignment Pg. 322-324; 9-29 odd, 38-46**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

Same as Monday

Thursday

**Lesson 5-8 Polynomial Models in the Real World****Assignment Pg. 335-337; 9-35 odd, 38-42**Friday

Same as Thursday

- February 4th-February 8th
### February 4th-February 8th

Monday

**Lesson 5-8 Polynomial Models in the Real World****Objectives****Pg. 335-337; 9-35 odd, 38-42**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 5-9 Transforming Polynomial Functions****Objective****1)**Apply transformations to graphs of polynomials**Pg. 343-345; 7-25 odd, 35-41 odd, 47-58**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

Review for Chapter 5 Test

- February 11th-February 15th
### February 11th-February 15th

Monday

**Chapter 5 Test**Tuesday

**Getting Ready Pg 357; 1-19 odd****Standards****Chapter 6 Radical Functions and Rational Exponents****Lesson 6-1 Roots and Radical Expressions****Objectives**1) Find nth roots.

**Pg. 364-366; 11-47 odd, 56-67**Wednesday

Same as Monday

Thursday

**Lesson 6-2 Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions****Objectives**1) Multiply radical expressions.

2) Divide radical expressions.

**Pg. 370-373; 11-51 odd, 52-55, 57-75/3**Friday

P-T Conferences

- February 18th-February 22nd
### February 18th-February 22nd

Monday-No Class-President's Day

Tuesday

**Lesson 6-2 Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions****Objectives**2) Divide radical expressions.

**Assignment Pg. 370-373; 11-51 odd, 52-55, 57-75/3**Wednesday

Same as Tuesday

Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

Lesson 6-3 Binomial Radical Expressions

**Objectives**1) Add and subtract radical expressions.

2) Multiply and divide binomial radical expressions.

**Assignment Pg. 378-380; 23-35 odd, 39-48/3, 50-55, 57-64/3** - Feb 25th-March 1st
### Feb 25th-March 1st

Monday

**Objectives**1) Add and subtract radical expressions.

2) Multiply and divide binomial radical expressions.

**Assignment Pg. 378-380; 23-35 odd, 39-48/3, 50-55, 57-64/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 6-4 Rational Exponents****Objectives****Assignment Pg. 386-388; 11-37 odd, 99-119 odd**Thursday

^{Assignment Pg. 386-388; 39-90/3}Friday

- March 4th-March 8th
### March 4th-March 8th

Monday

Finish L.6.4

Tuesday

Standards

9.2.3.6

Lesson 6-5 Solving Radical Equations

**Objectives**1) Solve Radical Equations

**Assignment Pg. 395-397; 9-66/3**Wednesday

Same as Tuesday

Thursday No Class-Midwinter Break

Friday No Class-Midwinter Break

- March 11th-March 15th
### March 11th-March 15th

Monday

Standards

9.2.3.6

Lesson 6-5 Solving Radical Equations

**Objectives**1) Solve Radical Equations

**Assignment Pg. 395-397; 9-66/3**Tuesday

**Standards**9.2.1.3

Lesson 6-6 Function Operations

**Objectives**1) Add, subtract, multiply and divide functions.

2) Find the composite of two functions.

**Assignment Pg.****401-403; 9-57 odd, 60-78/3**Wednesday

**Same as Tuesday**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

**Standard****9.2.2.6****Lesson 6-7 Inverse Relations and Functions****Objectives**1) Find the inverse of a relation or a function.

**Assignment Pg. 410-411; 9-66/3** - March 18th- March 22nd
### March 18th- March 22nd

Monday

**Standard****9.2.2.6****Lesson 6-7 Inverse Relations and Functions****Objectives**1) Find the inverse of a relation or a function.

**Assignment Pg. 410-411; 9-66/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 6-8 Graphing Radical Functions****Objective****The student should be able**1) Graph radical functions

**Assignment Pg. 418-420; 8-76/4**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

- March 25th-March 29th
### March 25th-March 29th

Monday

**Lesson 6-8 Graphing Radical Functions****Objective****The student should be able**1) Graph radical functions

**Assignment Pg. 418-420; 8-76/4**Tuesday

Chapter 6 Review

Wednesday

**Chapter 6 Test**Thursday

Friday

- April 1st-April 5th
### April 1st-April 5th

Monday

**Chapter 7 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions****9.2.1.7 Understand the concept of an asymptote and identify asymptotes for exponential functions and reciprocals of linear functions, using symbolic and graphical****methods.****9.2.2.2 Represent and solve problems in various contexts using exponential functions, such as investment growth, depreciation and population growth.****9.2.2.3 Sketch graphs of linear, quadratic and exponential functions, and translate between graphs, tables and symbolic representations. Know how to use graphing technology to****graph these functions.****9.2.4.2 Represent relationships in various contexts using equations involving exponential functions; solve these equations graphically or numerically. Know how to use calculators, graphing utilities or other technology to solve these equations.****Lesson 7-1 Exploring Exponential Models****Objectives**1) Model exponential growth

2) Model exponential decay

**Assignment Pg. 439-441; 11-45 odd**Tuesday

**Same as Monday**Wednesday

**Lesson 7-2 Properties of Exponential Functions****Objectives**1) Identify the role of the constants in y = ab

^{cx}2) Use e as a base

**Assignment Pg. 447; 7-43 odd**Thursday

**Same as Wednesday**Friday

- April 8th-April 12th
### April 8th-April 12th

Monday

**Lesson 7-3 Logarithmic Functions as Inverses****Objectives**1) Write and evaluate logarithmic expressions

2) Graph logarithmic functions

**Pg. 456-458; 12-78/3**Tuesday

**Same as Monday**Wednesday

**Fitting Curves to Data Pg. 459****Lesson 7-4 Properties of Logarithms****Objectives**1) Use the properties of logarithms

**Pg. 466-468; 9-72/3**Thursday

**Same as Wednesday**Friday

- April 15th-April 19th
### April 15th-April 19th

Monday

9.2.4.2 Represent relationships in various contexts using equations involving exponential functions; solve these equations graphically or numerically. Know how to use calculators, graphing utilities or other technology to solve these equations.

**Lesson 7-5 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations****Objectives**1) Solve Exponential Equations.

2) Solve Logarithmic Equations.

**Pg. 473-476; 9-78/3**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 7-6 Natural Logarithm****Objective**1) Evaluate natural logarithmic expressions.

2) Solve equations using natural logarithms.

**Pg. 481-483; 3-57/3**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday-No School

- April 22nd-April 26th
### April 22nd-April 26th

Monday

**NO Class**Tuesday

Review for Chapter 7 Test

Wednesday

Chapter 7 Test

Thursday

Friday

- April 29th-May 3rd
### April 29th-May 3rd

Monday

**9.2.1.7 Understand the concept of an asymptote and identify asymptotes for exponential functions and reciprocals of linear functions, using symbolic and graphical methods.****9.2.2.6 Sketch the graphs of common non-linear functions such as f(x) = sqrt(x), f(x) = abs(x), f(x) = 1/x, f (x) = x^3, and translations of these functions, such as f(x) = sqrt(x - 2) + 4. Know how to use graphing technology to graph these functions.****Lesson 8-3 Rational Functions and Their Graphs****Objectives**1) Identify properties of rational functions.

2) Graph rational functions.

**Pg. 521-523; 13-47 odd**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 8-4 Rational Expressions****Objectives**1) Simplify Rational Expressions.

2) Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions.

**Pg. 530-533; 9-42/3**Thursday

**Same as Wednesday**Friday

- May 6th-May 10th
### May 6th-May 10th

Monday

**Lesson 8-5 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions****Pg.****539-541; 7-45 odd**Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

**Lesson 8-6 Solving Rational Equations****Pg. 546-548; 9-75 odd**Thursday

Same as Wednesday

Friday

Same as Thursday

- May 13th-May 17th
### May 13th-May 17th

Monday

L.13.1 Periodic Functions

Objective

1) . To identify cycles, periods and amplitudes of periodic functions

Assignment Pg. 823-824; 1-17 odd, 18-32 even

Tuesday

Same as Monday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday