Homework For Mr Santowski's IB Math SL1 Classes
These are the various homework "formats and oddities" that I insist upon:
(1) Include date, lesson title, page number and questions at the top of your HW.
(2) do your homework the evening the lesson was taught.
(3) homework is due our next class period before the lesson starts.
(4) all homework MUST be checked against the answer key in the back of the book.
(5) I MUST see RED/BLUE check marks or RED/BLUE wrong marks for your work.
(6) Any homework that is incorrect MUST be corrected (or I must see a reasonable attempt!)
(7) Collaborate with your classmates, but DO NOT simply copy their work. If you really don't understand it, SOLVE YOUR OWN PROBLEM (ASK yourself about what resources you have available to you???!?!?!?!)
(8) Graded homework will be placed back into your binder
(9) When I check your homework, I look for: (i) did you follow my instructions for presenting your HW? (ii) which questions did you try/skip, (iii) what did you do when you got stuck on a question, (iv) do I see evidence of an attempt at a solution? (v) maybe I just marked ONE question in detail
(10) If you are unhappy with your homework grade, you MAY RESUBMIT your HW, wherein you've made the necessary revisions. HOWEVER, you have a 2 lesson time frame for resubmiting HW.
Lesson Date  Lesson Topic/Title  Page/Questions 
Due on Tuesday, May 31 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, June 2 for BLOCK G

Position, Velocity & Acceleration

Stewart, Chap 3.1, p122. Do Q1,2cd,4,6,7 Stewart, Chap 3.2, p126. Do Q1,2,3cd,6,7 
Due on Monday, May 16 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, May 17 for BLOCK G

CALCULUS TEST PREP Topics covered in the Unit Test include: 1. Average Rate of Change 2. Instantaneous Rate of Change (Limiting approach or from slope of a tangent line) 3. Derivative by 1st Principles 4. Derivative by Power Rule 5. Finding the Equations of Tangent Lines and Normal Lines 6. The 2nd Derivative 7. Finding Critical Points (Stationary Points and Other Points of Inflection) 8. Intervals when f(x) is increasing and decreasing (First derivative test) 9. Intervals when f(x) is concave up and concave down (Second derivative test) 10. Graphing f(x) using the First and Second Derivative 11. Graph f’(x), given y = f(x).

SUGGESTED Review Questions with which to prep include (do NOT feel that you must do ALL QUESTIONS): your HH Textbook, Review Set 20, p519, Q1,2,4,5 your HH Textbook, Exercise 20B.2, p518, Q16 will review first principles your HH Textbook, Review Set 21A, Q36,9,10; Review Set 21B, Q16,9,10; Review Set 21C, Q2,3,5,6,7,9 your HH Textbook, Review Set 22A, Q2,3,4,6; Review Set 22B, Q3,4,6,7 A Fill in the Blank Quiz covering the significances of the first and second derivatives Some Internet links for review related to a more graphic approach to our work with derivatives: I STRONGLY recommend you work through this onw From this link, look at Examples 1,2,3,4 and their solutions From this link, having studied examples 14 from the previous link, try some of Q6,7,8,9,13,14,15,16 To see if ALL of the calculus makes sense, try Q1,3 (product rule),4 (quotient rule) 
Due on Thursday, May 12 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, May 13 for BLOCK G

Lesson 59  The Chain Rule

Complete Q1cehl,6fhi from Chap 2.6, p102 of the Stewart textbook. Here is a video link, if you need to review some examples to consolidate your understanding Another video for review of examples purposes 
Due on Tuesday, May 10 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, May 12 for BLOCK G

Lesson 58  Quotient Rule

Complete Q1bdhl,3bcd,5,6 from Chap 2.5, p95 of the Stewart textbook. Here is a video link, if you need to review some examples to consolidate your understanding Another video for review of examples purposes 
Due on Monday, May 9 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, May 10 for BLOCK G

Lesson 57  Product Rule

Complete Q1dh, 2dh, 3bdf, 5,7 from Chap 2.4 of the Stewart textbook. 
Due on Monday, May 9 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, May 6 for BLOCK G

BLOCK A  Lesson 57  Product Rule BLOCK G  Lesson 56b  Second Derivatives

FOR BLOCK A: Complete Q1dh, 2dh, 3bdf, 5,7 from Chap 2.4 of the Stewart textbook. FOR BLOCK G: Complete Q1,2cf,3ae for (i) from Chap 5.3 of the Stewart textbook and then scroll down the pdf to Chap 5.4 and complete Q1cfj. FOR BLOCK G: Here is a video link for the second derivative, if you need to review or consolidate your understanding FOR BLOCK G: A second video to the first one for review of the Second Derivative Test 
Due on Thursday, May 5 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, May 5 for BLOCK G

Lesson 56  First Derivative Test

Complete Q3 & 4 from our in class worksheet. I WILL be carefully looking at the FORMAT/PRESENTATION of your solutions. Make sure they are clear and well organized. Here is a video link, if you need to review or consolidate your understanding Another video for review purposes 
Due on Thursday, April 28 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, April 29 for BLOCK G

CALCULUS QUIZ PREP

Nelson textbook, Chap 3 Review. You are NOT required to do ALL these questions, but some suggested questions would include: Q1,2,6,11,12,13,14,16,20cd,21de,22,23bdefhi,25,26egh,27cd,28,29ad,41,42 From the Heinemann textbook, chap 11 Review, p386, do some/any of the practice questions on p387. Do NOT do Q8,10,11 From your Haese & Harris textbook, do Rev Set 20 on p519520 (all Q) and Rev Set 21A (Q16,8),21B (Q2,810) on p552554 
Due on Monday, April 25 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, April 28 for BLOCK G

Lesson 54  Position, Velocity & Acceleration


Due on Tuesday, April 19 for BLOCK A Due on Wednesday, April 20 for BLOCK G

Lesson 53  Equations of Tangents & Normals

From the Haese & Harris textbook, Chap 21G, Q 1abce, 2bcf, 3bcd, 4ab,8bd 
Due on Monday, April 18 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, April 19 for BLOCK G

Lesson 52  Derivatives of Other Functions

From the Haese & Harris Textbook: Chap 21B, p527, Q1bd, Q2acd, 3cd, 4cf Chap 21C, p532, Q2bc,3b, 4a 
Due on Thursday, April 14 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, April 14 for BLOCK G

HOMEWORK for Lessons 48  50  Intro to Calculus

From Stewart Textbook, C1.4, p35, complete Q6a(ii), 7abc for (i) and (ii), 8a From Nelson Textbook, C3.1, p140, complete Q5,6 Complete all questions from the Population Investigation 
Due on Thursday, April 7 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, April 8 for BLOCK G

Lesson 50  The Tangent Problem

From Stewart Textbook, C1.4, p35, complete Q6a(ii), 7abc for (i) and (ii), 8a 
Due on Tuesday, April 5 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, April 7 for BLOCK G

Lesson 49  Rates of Change in Polynomial Models

From Nelson Textbook, C3.1, p140, complete Q5,6 
Due on Thursday, Mar 17 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Mar 18 for BLOCK G

PREP for Trig Fcns/Analytical Trig Unit Test

Try some of these questions from the Cirrito textbook: S10.2, Trig Identities, p3303313 and p335336 HINT: do EASY ones to practice ==> i.e. p3301, Q1cd,5bcd,17b,18 & p3356, Q1ab,2ab,4a,6ab S10.3, Trig Functions, p348350 S10.4, Trig Equations, p59360 S10.5, Applications, p364p366 You may also try some of the Review Sets (13A,13B,13C,13D,13E) from the Haese and Harris textbook You may also go back to any other the Nelson Links from previous lessons to review as well. Finally, here are samples of questions used in previous ISM assessments 
Due on Monday, Mar 14 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Mar 15 for BLOCK G

L47  Applying Trig Functions to Periodic Phenomenon

Try some of these questions from the Nelson textbook: From Nelson Text, S5.7, p464, Q13,14,15,16,18,19. In these questions, YOU develop the equation. Here is a link to thew ANSWERS You may also try some of these questions from the Haese and Harris textbook: S13E, p277, Q16; S13F.4, p283, Q15; S13H, p289, Q5. In these questions, the equations are given to you. 
Due on Thursday, Mar 10 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Mar 11 for BLOCK G

L46  Trig Functions

Try these questions from the Nelson textbook: From Nelson Text, S5.6, p456, Q6,7,1113,16,17,18d,19a. The answers are linked here. From Nelson Text, S5.7, p464, Q8,9 (Time permitting) 
Due on Tuesday, Mar 8 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Mar 10 for BLOCK G

QUIZ PREP  Lessons 40  45

QUIZ PREP OPTIONS INCLUDE: From your Textbook: Trig Fcns: Review Set 13A,B,C,D,E A good equation solving practice would be to revisitComplete Q1abcdghik from page 3 this linked handout. All solutions should be algebraic and verified graphically If you want more practice (or need to simply see some solutions to equations, go to the following link from SOSMath 
Due on Monday, Mar 7 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Mar 8 for BLOCK G

L45  Solving Trig Equations using Identities

Complete Q1abcdghik from page 3 this linked handout. All solutions should be algebraic and verified graphically If you want more practice (or need to simply see some solutions to equations, go to the following link from SOSMath 
Due on Thursday, Mar 3 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Mar 3 for BLOCK G

L44  Double Angle Identities

HW from the Haese & Harris book: Chap EX 13J, Q18, page 293. In Q6, do every other letter only 
Due on Thursday, Feb 24 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Feb 25 for BLOCK G

L43  Trig Identities

HW from the Haese & Harris book: Chap 13I, p290, do every other letter in Q2,3,4,5,6 OPTIONAL ALTERNATIVE practice from Nelson textbook: From Chap 6.5 in the Nelson book:, try ANY from Q69 
Due on Tuesday, Feb 22 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Feb 24 for BLOCK G

L42  Solving Quadratic Trigonometric Equations

HW From Chap 6.6 in the Nelson book:, Q5acef (eqns are already factored for you), Q9ace,10cde. Answers are linked here 
Due on Monday, Feb 21 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Feb 22 for BLOCK G

L41  Solving Trigonometric Equations

HW from your Haese & Harris textbook: Chap 13F.3, p281, Q2af,3,4 Chap 13H, p289, Q4af Chap 13L.1, p299, Q13 
Due on Thursday, Feb 17 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Feb 18 for BLOCK G

Here are the REVIEW SUGGESTIONS for UNIT TEST
REVIEW SUGGESTION ==> DO QUESTIONS THAT HELP YOU REVIEW KEY CONCEPTS, BUT ALSO ONES THAT CHALLENGE YOU A BIT. DO NOT SIMPLY DO THE "EASY" QUESTIONS 
Here are the REVIEW SUGGESTIONS for Sequences & Series QUIZ as previously asigned  Suggestion is to do the Cirrito Questions. Go to the FEB 7 HW DATE to see the suggested NELSON Review questions. Questions from Cirrito Text, Chap 8 => p262,Q16; p2645, Q3,4,5,8; p266, Q6,7,9,10,14; p271, Q3,6,8. Here is a link to the ANSWERS Examples of some IB style questions on Triangle Trig and Sequences and Series From the Cirrito text, Sec 9.7, some Circle Geometry & Radian Questions From the Heinemann text, Sec 7.5, some triangle trig questions From your Haese & Harris textbook, any questions from the following review sets are good test prep: Review Set 2A,2B,2C (sequences & series), Review Set 10A,10B, 10C, 12A, 12B (triangle trig), Section 12B (Circle Geometry) 
Due on Thursday, Feb 10 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Feb 11 for BLOCK G

L39  The Unit Circle & Angles in Standard Position

HW FO BLOCK A CLASS: From the Nelson Textbook, S5.2, p418, Q26,8,9,11,12,13 FO BLOCK G CLASS: From the Math 12 Textbook. in Section 4.1, p144, do Q1acdf,3,5,7,8 and in Section 4.2,, p147, do Q6,7. Special NOTE: the sec, csc, cot ratios are defined for you on the first page 
Due on Tuesday, Feb 8 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Feb 10 for BLOCK G

L38  Circle Geometry & Radians

HW From the Nelson Textbook, S5.5, p418, Q16, From the Nelson Textbook, S5.2, p418, Q1,7 
Due on Monday, Feb 7 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Feb 8 for BLOCK G

SUGGESTED REVIEW QUESTIONS for TRIANGLE TRIG QUIZ

HW From the Haese & Harris IB Textbook: REVIEW SET 10A: Q6,7,10; REVIEW SET 10B: Q1,2,3; REVIEW SET 10C: Q2,3,7,9,10 SECTION 12E: Q114; QREVIEW SET 12A: Q8; REVIEW SET 12B, Q6,7,8 From some previous IB exams, follow this link. Here also is a link to the solutions and mark scheme of these questions
And from the Nelson Textbook, S6.2, p522, Q120 do any 
Due on Thursday, Feb 3 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Feb 4 for BLOCK G

L37  Problem Solving with Triangle Trigonometry

HW And from the Nelson Textbook, S6.2, p522, Q2,7,10,11,12,16,20(hard) 
Due on Tuesday, Feb 1 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Feb 3 for BLOCK G

L37  Problem Solving with Triangle Trigonometry

HW Work through Sequences & Series Quiz Revisions, Q17 And from the Nelson Textbook, S6.2, p522, Q14,17 
Due on Thursday, Jan 27 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Jan 28 for BLOCK G

L35  The Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law

HW Work through TEXTBOOK Questions as follows: EX 12D.2, Ex 1,2,3 And from the Nelson Textbook, S6.1, p511, Q6,8 
Due on Tuesday, Jan 25 for BLOCK A Due on Wednesday, Jan 26 for BLOCK G

L34  Review of Sine Law

HW Work through TEXTBOOK Questions as follows. 12D  Sine Law Ex 12D.1 #1ac, 2c; Ex 12D.2 #1, 2; Ex 12E #7; 
Due on Monday, Jan 24 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Jan 25 for BLOCK G

L32/33  Review of & Applications of Right Triangle Trig

HW Work through TEXTBOOK Questions as follows. Do as many as your 4560 min of HW allows you to do. Do a variety of questions10CDEF  Right Angled Trig Review Ex 10C #1be, 2, 5, 6; Ex 10D #1ae, 3c, 4b, 5b, 6a, 7ac, 11,12; Ex 10E #2, 6, 8; Ex 10F #1bc, 2b,3a 
Due on Thursday, Jan 20 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Jan 21 for BLOCK G

REVIEW for Sequences & Series QUIZ

HW Work through Arithmetic Sequences from Nelson Text, S1.6. Work through Q3,6,7,11,12,13,17,20. Here is a link to the ANSWERS Work through Geometic Sequences from Nelson Text, S1.7. Work through Q3,6,7,9,10,11,15,16,20,24. Here is a link to the ANSWERS Work through Arithmetic Series from Nelson Text, S2.1. Work through Q2,5,6,8,10,11,15,16,17,20. Here is a link to the ANSWERS Work through Geometic Series from Nelson Text, S2.3. Work through Q2,3,5,6,7,9,12,18. Here is a link to the ANSWERS Questions from Cirrito Text, Chap 8 => p262,Q16; p2645, Q3,4,5,8; p266, Q6,7,9,10,14; p271, Q3,6,8. Here is a link to the ANSWERS 
Due on Thursday, Jan 13 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Jan 14 for BLOCK G

L31  Applications of Series  Annuities

HW Work through Nelson textbook, S2.7, p152, Q4,5,6ab,8b,10,11 We will mark the HW together in class next lesson. 
Due on Tuesday, Jan 11 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Jan 13 for BLOCK G

L30  Summation Notation & Infinite Series

HW Work through Larson's textbook, S8.2, p574, Q6174 and S8.3, p583, Q4567odds We will mark the HW together in class next lesson. 
Due on Tuesday, Dec 14 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Dec 14 for BLOCK G

L28  Working with Series

HW From Lesson Handout, complete all questions on page 2 
Due on Monday, Dec 6 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Dec 3 for BLOCK G

L27  Working with Sequences

HW From Lesson Handout, complete all questions on page 2 
Due on Tuesday, Nov 30 for BLOCK A Due on Wednesday, Dec 1 for BLOCK G

L26  Introduction to Sequences

HW HH Textbook, Sec 2A (Q2ch, 5af); Sec 2B (Q1f, 2c); Sec 2C (Q1,3,5af,6a,7a,8,9) 
Due on Thursday, Dec 2 for BLOCK G Due on Thursday, Dec 2 for BLOCK A

REVIEW for EXP & LOGS QUIZ

HW Work through Exp & Log Unit Test from 2009 Here is a link to some graphing matching exercises Work through Exp & Log Unit Test from 2006 
Due on Thursday, Nov 25 for BLOCK G Due on Thursday, Nov 25 for BLOCK A

REVIEW for LOGS QUIZ

HW Work through Log Quiz from 2006 Answers on the last 4 pages Here is a link to some graphing exercises From your textbook, the review questions are in Sec 4A & 4B on page 101102. Do a few of each, as necessary From your textbook, additional review questions are in Sec 5A & 5B on page 116117. Do a few of each, as necessary 
Due on Thursday, Nov 25 for BLOCK G Due on Thursday, Nov 25 for BLOCK A

REVIEW for LOGS QUIZ

HW Work through Cirrito's textbook, S7.4, p227229 & some word problems in S7.5, p231 Answers in textbook in my classroom. I also recommend working through the word problems from Lesson 25 
Due on Friday, Nov 19 for BLOCK G Due on Monday, Nov 22 for BLOCK A

L24  The Algebra of Logarithms  Solving Exponential Equations Using Logarithms

HW Work through Larson's textbook, S3.4, p213, Q43,45,47,49,51,53,57,103,105,107 & some word problems => Q111,113 Answers on the final 2 pages of the file. Time permitting, work through the word problems from Nelson text, S2.6, p133, Q14,15,16,18,19 
Due on Thursday, Nov 18 for BLOCK G Due on Thursday, Nov 18 for BLOCK A

L23  The Algebra of Logarithms  Solving Logarithmic Equations

If you have already completed the Textbook Questions from EX 4C & 5C (see last row for Questions from 4C & 5C), work through Larson's textbook, S3.4, p213, Q7391odds,97,99,101. Answers on the final 2 pages of the file. 
Due on Tuesday, Nov 16 for BLOCK G Due on Tuesday, Nov 16 for BLOCK A

L22  The Algebra of Logarithms  Laws of Logarithms

HW: Textbook Ex 4C#1acgklo, 2adi, 3, 4ade;#7acde, 8, 9, 10 Ex 5C #1dgikl,2bdfh, 3ceg For extra practice: Principles and Processes of Mathematics 12, S10.7, p410 
Due on Friday, Nov 12 for BLOCK G Due on Monday, Nov 15 for BLOCK A

L21  The Logarithm Function  An Inverse Perspective

HW PP12 Textbook, S10.2, p295  297 Q35,7eol,8eol,9,10,1214 
Due on Thursday, Nov 11 for BLOCK G Due on Thursday, Nov 11 for BLOCK A

Review for EXPONENTS QUIZ

HW (NOTE: THESE ARE SUGGESTED QUESTIONS ==> DO AS MANY AS REQUIRED AND INCLUDE SOME VARIETY IN THE QUESTIONS YOU CHOOSE TO ANSWER IB Textbook: REVIEW SET 3A, p84, Q16,810 REVIEW SET 3B, p84, Q510 REVIEW SET 3C, p85, Q24,610 REVIEW SET 3D, p86, Q1d,2c,3,58 Here is a set of word problems from previous IB exams involving exponential functions 
Due on Tuesday, Nov 9 for BLOCK G Due on Tuesday, Nov 9 for BLOCK A

L20  Introducing and Applying Base e

HW IB Textbook: Ex5A, p1067, Q57,8bcd,9egh,1013 Ex5E, p1134, Q15 ==> Solve graphically 
Due on Friday, Nov 5 for BLOCK G Due on Monday, Nov 8 for BLOCK A

L19  Solving Exponential Equations

HW From the HM Math 12 textbook, chapter 2.3 on page 57, do Q1,3,4,6,8ac,9ac,10ac Answers to From the HM Math 12 textbook, chapter 2.3 on page 57 
Due on Monday, Oct 11 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Oct 12 for BLOCK G

L15  Inverse of Functions

HW 
Due on Thursday, Oct 7 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Oct 8 for BLOCK G

L16  Modeling with Exponential Functions

HW Sec 3G, p77, Q2,3,4 Sec 3H, p80, Q1,3,4 Sec 3I, p82, Q1,3,4 Include a diagram of your results/findings 
Due on Thursday, Sep 30 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Sep 30 for BLOCK G

L13  Review of Simple Rational Functions

HW 
Due on Thursday, Sep 30 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Sep 30 for BLOCK G

L12  Review of Transformations

HW 
Due on Monday, Sep 27 for BLOCK A Due on Tuesday, Sep 28 for BLOCK G

L14  Inverse Functions

HW Ex 1F #1,2c, 4bcf, 5,6, 7, 11, 12,13; Do as many Q as you can in your 45  50 minutes of LEGITIMATE HW TIME!!! 
Due on Thursday, Sep 23 for BLOCK A Due on Friday, Sep 24 for BLOCK G

L13  Reciprocal Functions  Part II

HW On page 350, do Q7 from this lesson from another textbook which gives a graphing calculator investigation (both graphic and using a data table) on asymptotic behaviour. In your HW, sketch diagrams of the curves and label the equations of the asymptotes. Do as many Q as you can in your 45 minutes of LEGITIMATE HW TIME!!! 
Due on Tuesday, Sep 21 for BLOCK A Due on Thursday, Sep 24 for BLOCK G

L13  Reciprocal Functions  Part I

HW Worksheet from KutaSoftware ==> Q111 (time permitting Worksheet from KutaSoftware ==> Q1,2,5,7,12 Not yet as we haven't discussed these types yet 
Due on Friday, Sep 17 for BLOCK G Due on Monday, Sep 20 for BLOCK A

L12  Functions and Their Transformations

HW Sec 6A, p 121, Q1d,2d,3d,4d,5c,6d Sec 6B, p 122, Q3,4,5,7 Sec 6C.1, p 124, Q5bc,6b Sec 6C.2, p 125, Q8 Sec 6C.3, p 125, Q3 Include a diagram of your results/findings and a written description of what you observe 
For Thursday, Sep 16 for BLOCK A For Thursday, Sep 16 for BLOCK G

SUGGESTED UNIT REVIEW QUESTIONS

HW Review Set 8A = 8E ==> Do some questions you haven't tried before. You should be able to do ALL!! Review Set 1A: Q26,10,11 & Review Set 1B: Q14 Review Set 7A: Q377 & Review Set 7B: Q12 & Review Set 7C, Q2,3 A link to a review posted by Mr Nourse & Ms. Peabody ANSWERS for the Review are posted here 
Wednesday, Sep 8 for BLOCK G Wednesday, Sep 8 for BLOCK A

L11  Review of the Transformations of Functions

HW Sec 6C.1, p 124, Q5,6 Sec 6C.2, p 124, Q1bd, 2c, 5c, 8c Sec 6C.3, p 125, Q1be, 3biii Include a diagram of your results/findings and a written description of what you observe 
For Monday, Sep 6 for BLOCK A For Tuesday, Sep 7 for BLOCK G

SUGGESTED QUAD FUNCTIONS UNIT REVIEW QUESTIONS

HW Review Set 8A, p190, Q1,2,4,8,9b Review Set 8B, p191, Q2,6,7,8,9 Review Set 8C, p1912, Q1b,3b,4a,6,9 Review Set 8D, p192, Q2,3,6,8 Review Set 8E, p193, Q1,2,4,6,7,8,9 
Thursday, Sep 2 for BLOCK G Tuesday, Sep 7 for BLOCK A

L8  Modeling with Quadratic Functions  Day 3

HW Ex 8G, Q4,5,7,9,12,13,16,17 
Tuesday, August 31

L8  Modeling with Quadratic Functions  Day 2

HW Ex 8J, Q15 start with every other letter and time permitting, do more AND/OR (Time dependent) 
Friday, August 27

L8  Modeling with Quadratic Functions  Day 1

HW Ex 8L, Q18 
Thursday, August 26

L7  Algebra of Quadratic Functions  Quadratic Formula

HW Ex 8E, Q1acfghi; Q2abdef Ex 8H, Q5ghijkl Ex 8I.1, Q1bcd, Q2abc, Q3bcf Ex 8I.2, Q1cef, Q2ac, Q3 
Friday, August 20

L6  Algebra of Quadratic Functions  Completing the Square

HW Ex 8B.2, Q1ace; Q2acef Ex 8C, Q1acef; Q2ace; Q3ac Ex 8D.2, Q1ace; Q2ach; Q3ad 
Tuesday, August 17

L5  Algebra of Quadratic Functions  Factoring

HW Sec 8D.l #15 odds, 6; 
Monday, August 16

L4  Graphs of Quadratic Functions  AFTER Part 2 of this lesson

HW Sec 8B.1 #2, Sec 8B.2 #2, 3bf, 6; Sec 8J, #1af, 2acgh, 3bc, 4ad; SEc 8H #3cd, 4acei, 5chk, 6gh AND/OR (Time dependent) 
Thursday, August 12

L4  Graphs of Quadratic Functions

HW COMPLETE THE SLIDES FROM OUR INCLASS HANDOUT 
Tuesday, August 10

L3  Linear Functions

HW Sec 7A, p136, Q3ab, 4ab, 7ab, 8ab, 9ab, 11bc Sec 7B.1, p139; Q1ac, 2de, 4ab Sec 7B.2, p140; Q5 
Friday, August 6

L2  Composition of Functions

HW Fcn Composition; Ex 1D, pg27; Q2, 3,4 Fcn Notation; Ex 1C, pg24; Q5a,6,8,9 Download and complete the Presumed Knowledge Quiz Here is a Solution Key to the Skills Quiz 
Thursday, August 5

L1  Basic Concepts in Functions

HW Complete Slides H1 to H4 (H5 optional but recommended) Download and complete the Presumed Knowledge Quiz Here is a Solution Key to the Skills Quiz 