__Homework For Mr Santowski's Integrated Math 2
Classes__

**The MAIN point to HW in this class is to practice HOW to do Math, so it has a SKILLS focus!! The MAIN point to the LESSONS is to see WHY we do the Math & WHAT we can do with it, so Lessons have an APPLICATION and PROBLEM SOLVING focus**

**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.**

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To review your skills/understanding of Mutually Exclusive Events:
Complete these examples from the first Lesson Worksheet for Lesson 52 To review your skills/understanding of NON-Mutually Exclusive Events: Complete these examples from the second Lesson Worksheet for Lesson 52 Assigned on Due: |
To review your skills/understanding of Mutually Exclusive Events:
Complete these examples from the first Lesson Worksheet for Lesson 52 To review your skills/understanding of NON-Mutually Exclusive Events: Complete these examples from the second Lesson Worksheet for Lesson 52 From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11E.2: Compound Events, page 280, Q1-3 Assigned on Due: |

To review your skills/understanding of Dependent Events:
Complete the examples from our Class Lesson Notes for Lesson 51 From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11E.2: Compound Events, page 280, Q1-3 Assigned on Due: |
To review your skills/understanding of Dependent Events:
Complete the examples from our Class Lesson Notes for Lesson 51 From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11E.2: Compound Events, page 280, Q1-3 Assigned on Due: |

To review your skills/understanding of Independent Events:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11E.1: Compound Events, page 278, Q1-6 Assigned on Due: |
To review your skills/understanding of Independent Events:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11E.1: Compound Events, page 278, Q1-6 Assigned on Due: |

To preview your skills/understanding of Tree Diagrams:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11F: Using Tree Diagrams, page 282, Q1-6 as well as Exercise11G, page 284, Q1,2,3 Assigned on Due: |
To preview your skills/understanding of Tree Diagrams:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Exercise 11F: Using Tree Diagrams, page 282, Q1-6 as well as Exercise11G, page 284, Q1,2,3 Assigned on Due: |

To review your skills/understanding of Probability:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Section 11D: Theoretical Probability, pages 275-6, Q1-13 Assigned on Due: |
To review your skills/understanding of Probability:
From our Haese and Harris Textbook, Section 11D: Theoretical Probability, pages 275-6, Q1-13 Assigned on Due: |

To complete on the STATS ISU:
Link to and print the following worksheet. Complete Exercises 1,2,3 on the first 2 pages and Applications Q6 on the fourth page. Assigned on Due: |
To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8H.1, pages 197-198; Q1,2,4 and Section 8H.2, pages 199-200; Q2,3 Assigned on Due: |

To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8H.1, pages 197-198; Q1,2,4 and Section 8H.2, pages 199-200; Q2,3 Assigned on Due: |
To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8H.1, pages 197-198; Q1,2,4 and Section 8H.2, pages 199-200; Q2,3 Assigned on Due: |

To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8G, page 196, Q1,2,3 Assigned on Due: |
To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8G, page 196, Q1,2,3 Assigned on Due: |

To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8C, pages 180-181, Q1,3,4 as well as Section 8D, pages 183-184, Q1,2,4 Assigned on Due: |
To continue on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8C, pages 180-181, Q1,3,4 as well as Section 8D, pages 183-184, Q1,2,4 Assigned on Due: |

To start on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8B: Quantitative (Numerical) Data, Sec 8B, pages 176 - 179, Q2,3,4,5 Assigned on Due: |
To start on the STATS ISU:
For practice Section 8B: Quantitative (Numerical) Data, Sec 8B, pages 176 - 179, Q2,3,4,5 Assigned on Due: |

To study for Monday's Unit Test:
From the Nelson 11 Chapter 6 Review practice with Sec 6.1, Q1-6, Sec 6.2, Q8-11, Sec 6.3, Q13,14,15,17. Answers are linked here From the Nelson 11 Chapter 5 Review practice with Sec 5.2, Q8-11, Sec 5.8, Q35, 36abde, 38abde. Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |
To study for Monday's Unit Test:
From the Nelson 11 Chapter 6 Review practice with Sec 6.1, Q1-6, Sec 6.2, Q8-11, Sec 6.3, Q13,14,15,17. Answers are linked here From the Nelson 11 Chapter 5 Review practice with Sec 5.2, Q8-11, Sec 5.8, Q35, 36abde, 38abde. Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |

To reinforce the skills & concepts for Lesson 46 on Solving Trig Equations:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 5.8, p474, Q6,8 (no calculator),9,17 Assigned on Due: |
To reinforce the skills & concepts for Lesson 46 on Solving Trig Equations:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 5.8, p474, Q6,8 (no calculator),9,17 Assigned on Due: |

To practice the skills & concepts for Lesson 45 on Special Triangles:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 6.3, p532, Q3,4,6,8,9,10ac,11ab,12 Assigned on Due: |
To practice the skills & concepts for Lesson 45 on Special Triangles:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 6.3, p532, Q3,4,6,8,9,10ac,11ab,12 Assigned on Due: |

To practice the skills & concepts for Lesson 44 on Angles in Standard Position:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 5.2, p422, Q1-9 Assigned on Due: |
To practice the skills & concepts for Lesson 44 on Angles in Standard Position:
For practice complete Nelson 11, Chap 5.2, p422, Q1-10,12,15 Assigned on Due: |

To preview the skills & concepts for Lesson 44 on Angles in Standard Position:
Watch the 2 videos linked and complete the video notes For basic practice complete Q1-16 on this worksheet Assigned on Due: |
To preview the skills & concepts for Lesson 44 on Angles in Standard Position:
Watch the 2 videos linked and complete the video notes For basic practice complete Q1-16 on this worksheet Assigned on Due: |

To apply & consolidate your understanding of the Cosine Law:
Complete Q6,10,12,15-18,26 from Nelson 10, Chap 6.6, p566. For an examples, See p565-6, Examples #2, #3 Assigned on Due: |
To apply & consolidate your understanding of the Cosine Law:
Complete Q6,10,12,15-18,26 from Nelson 10, Chap 6.6, p566. For an examples, See p565-6, Examples #2, #3 Assigned on Due: |

To review skills & concepts from The Cosine Law:
Complete Q2,3,4,7,8 from Nelson 10, Chap 6.6, p566. For an examples, See p565-6, Examples #2, #3 Assigned on Due: |
To review skills & concepts from The Cosine Law:
Complete Q2,3,4,7,8 from Nelson 10, Chap 6.6, p566. For an examples, See p565-6, Examples #2, #3 Assigned on Due: |

To review skills & concepts from The Ambiguous Case:
Complete Q5,6 from Nelson 11, Chap 6.1, p511. For an example for Q6, See p507, Example #2 If you are REALLY stuck & have NO IDEA as to what to do, watch these videos on the Ambiguous Case again. Record examples and go back and try some of Q5,6 Assigned on Due: |
To review skills & concepts from The Ambiguous Case:
Complete Q5,6 from Nelson 11, Chap 6.1, p511. For an example for Q6, See p507, Example #2 If you are REALLY stuck & have NO IDEA as to what to do, watch these videos on the Ambiguous Case again. Record examples and go back and try some of Q5,6 Assigned on Due: |

To review skills from Lesson 39 on the Area of Triangles and to preview concepts for The Ambiguous Case:
Complete Q25,26,27,28 from this worksheet from Kutasoftware Then, watch the videos on the Ambiguous Case, linked here Assigned on Due: |
To review skills from Lesson 39 on the Area of Triangles and to preview concepts for The Ambiguous Case:
Complete Q25,26,27,28 from this worksheet from Kutasoftware Then, watch the videos on the Ambiguous Case, linked here Assigned on Due: |

To review skills from Lesson 38 on the Sine Law:
Nelson 11, Chapter 6.3 on p549, Q1,2,7,8,9,10,12,13 Assigned on Due: |
To review skills from Lesson 38 on the Sine Law:
Nelson 11, Chapter 6.3 on p549, Q1,2,7,8,9,10,12,13 Assigned on Due: |

To prepare for Right Triangle Trig Test, You can work through questions from:
MHR Chap 7.3 on the Tangent Ratio MHR Chap 7.4 on the Sine & Cosine Ratio MHR Chap 7.5 on Word Problems with RTT To practice some Sinusoidal Functions work, revisit Nelson 5.6 (Q1,2,3,5,6,7,8) or visit Nelson 5.7, Q8,9 Assigned on Due: |
To prepare for Right Triangle Trig Test, You can work through questions from:
MHR Chap 7.3 on the Tangent Ratio MHR Chap 7.4 on the Sine & Cosine Ratio MHR Chap 7.5 on Word Problems with RTT To practice some Sinusoidal Functions work, revisit Nelson 5.6 (Q1,2,3,5,6,7,8) or visit Nelson 5.7, Q8,9 Assigned on Due: |

To prepare for Lesson 38 on the Sine Law, watch the following videos and record examples & make notes
Assigned on Due: |
To practice the Sine Law skill from Lesson 38 work through Q2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18 as well as 26,28 (Problem Solving Questions)
To review the Sine Law skills, watch videos #1,#2,#3 and record examples & make notes Assigned on Due: |

To prepare for Lesson 38 on the Sine Law, watch the following videos and record examples & make notes
Assigned on Due: |
To prepare for Lesson 38 on the Sine Law, watch the following videos and record examples & make notes
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Work on your Sinusoidal Project
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Work on your Sinusoidal Project
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To CONSOLIDATE Lesson 34:
Watch the linked video, record NEW ideas and any questions you may still have. Then try to complete the linked exercises from the Arlington Algebra Project Assigned on Due: |
To CONSOLIDATE Lesson 34:
Watch the linked video, record NEW ideas and any questions you may still have. Then try to complete the linked exercises from the Arlington Algebra Project Assigned on Due: |

To PREVIEW Lesson 34:
Watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the linked exercises from Khan Academy Assigned on Due: |
To PREVIEW Lesson 34:
Watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the linked exercises from Khan Academy Assigned on Due: |

To complete Lesson 32:
From this handout, watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the graphing exercises that follow on the remaining pages Assigned on Due: |
To complete Lesson 32:
From this handout, watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the graphing exercises that follow on the remaining pages Assigned on Due: |

To complete Lesson 32:
From this handout, watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the equation writing & graphing exercises that follow on the remaining pages Assigned on Due: |
To complete Lesson 32:
From this handout, watch the two linked videos, and record examples, notes, questions. Then try to complete the equation writing & graphing exercises that follow on the remaining pages Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 32:
From Nelson 11, Chap 5.6, p455, use your TI-84 and graph each of the graphs in Q1 & 8 and compare to y = sin(x). Include sketches Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 32:
From Nelson 11, Chap 5.6, p455, use your TI-84 and graph each of the graphs in Q1 & 8 and compare to y = sin(x). Include sketches Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 31:
From Lesson 31, complete these 2 pages Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 31:
From Lesson 31, complete these 2 pages Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 30 - Motion Detector Lesson:
From Nelson 11, Chap 5.1; page 415, Q5 must be done, complete with SCALED & LABELED sketches Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 30 - Motion Detector Lesson:
From Nelson 11, Chap 5.1; page 415, Q5 must be done, complete with SCALED & LABELED sketches Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 30:
From our Lesson 30 handout, complete the LAST 2 pages Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 30:
From our Lesson 30 handout, complete the LAST 2 pages Assigned on Due: |

For TEST REVIEW:
From the Nelson 10 textbook, Chapter 4 Review: page 418, Q1, 2c, 3, 4, 5 page 421, Q6c, 7bc page 422, Q9cfi, 10 page 424, Q12ab, 13 page 427, Q15cf, 17def, 18 page 429, Q1bf, 2 (for Q1bf), 3d, 4 (for Q3d), 6, 7, 8cf, 10a, 12 Answers are linked here on page 635 Assigned on Due: |
For TEST REVIEW:
From the Nelson 10 textbook, Chapter 4 Review: page 418, Q1, 2c, 3, 4, 5 page 421, Q6c, 7bc page 422, Q9cfi, 10 page 424, Q12ab, 13 page 427, Q15cf, 17def, 18 page 429, Q1bf, 2 (for Q1bf), 3d, 4 (for Q3d), 6, 7, 8cf, 10a, 12 Answers are linked here on page 635 Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 28:
Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 28:
Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 27:
From Nelson 10 textbook, Chap 4.6, page 390, Q4dfi, 5, 8dg, 9d, 11, 12 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 27:
From Nelson 10 textbook, Chap 4.6, page 390, Q4dfi, 5, 8dg, 9d, 11, 12 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 27:
From Nelson 10 textbook, Chap 4.6, page 390, Q6abc, 8ae, 9af, 10, 19, 16 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 27:
From Nelson 10 textbook, Chap 4.6, page 390, Q6abc, 8ae, 9af, 10, 19, 16 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 26:
From Nelson 10; Chap 4.2, p351, Q2cf, 3ef, 5ab, 7d, 9e, 10c, 11, 13, 21 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 26:
From Nelson 10; Chap 4.2, p351, Q2cf, 3ef, 5ab, 7d, 9e, 10c, 11, 13, 21 Answers are linked here Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 25:
From Nelson 10 Chapter 4.3, p363, Q1,2,6,7acef,8ade From Nelson 10 Chapter 4.2, p351, Q2ab,5cd,7c,10ab Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 25:
From Nelson 10 Chapter 4.3, p363, Q1,2,6,7acef,8ade Assigned on Due: |

For REVIEWING FOR OUR QUIZ/TEST:
From the Nelson 10 Chapter 3 Review: from from from from from Assigned on Due: |
For REVIEWING FOR OUR QUIZ/TEST:
From the Nelson 10 Chapter 3 Review: from from from from from Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 23 on Converting Between Forms of Quadratic Functions, spend 15 - 20 minutes in Nelson 10, Chap 3.7, pg297-9 doing Q3aghj, 4be, 8, 13; . ANSWERS are linked here
Then, spend the next 15 - 20 minutes in Nelson 10, Chapter 3.8; p307, Q3ade, 4adg, 5ab, 6adg, 8ade, 11 Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 23 on Converting Between Forms of Quadratic Functions, spend 15 - 20 minutes in Nelson 10, Chap 3.7, pg297-9 doing Q3aghj, 4be, 8, 13; . ANSWERS are linked here
Then, spend the next 15 - 20 minutes in Nelson 10, Chapter 3.8; p307, Q3ade, 4adg, 5ab, 6adg, 8ade, 11 Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 22 on Forms of Quadratic Functions, spend 10 - 15 minutes in Nelson 10, Chap 3.4, pg284 doing Q16,17; . ANSWERS are linked here
Then, spend the next 15 - 20 minutes REVIEWING from GRADE 9 factoring by grouping from this factoring worksheet (page 1). If you have NO idea HOW TO DO IT, watch this video (10 minutes) and spend the next 10 minutes practicing from the worksheet. At some further point this week, complete Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q5,6,12,14 (conceptual) and 7bef,9a,11,13,15 (algebraic) Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 22 on Forms of Quadratic Functions, spend 10 - 15 minutes in Nelson 10, Chap 3.4, pg284 doing Q16,17; . ANSWERS are linked here
Then, spend the next 15 - 20 minutes REVIEWING from GRADE 9 factoring by grouping from this factoring worksheet (page 1). If you have NO idea HOW TO DO IT, watch this video (10 minutes) and spend the next 10 minutes practicing from the worksheet. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 22 on Forms of Quadratic Functions complete the expanding worksheet (page 1) and factoring worksheet (page 1) attached to our lesson. This should take you 15 min at most
From Nelson 10, Chap 3.4, pg280; Q1adf, 2adf, 3, 4cd, 5adf, 7efg, 13. ANSWERS are linked here At some further point this week, complete Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q5,6,12,14 (conceptual) and 7bef,9a,11,13,15 (algebraic) Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 22 on Forms of Quadratic Functions complete the expanding worksheet (page 1) and factoring worksheet (page 1) attached to our lesson. This should take you 15 min at most
From Nelson 10, Chap 3.4, pg280; Q1adf, 2adf, 3, 4cd, 5adf, 7efg, 13. ANSWERS are linked here Assigned on Due: |

For Day 3 on Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, MAKE A SIMPLE CATAPAULT using instructions from any of these videos linked here
Time permitting, start/complete/ignore Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q5,6,12,14 (conceptual) and 7bef,9a,11,13,15 (algebraic) Assigned on Due: |
For Day 3 on Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, work though Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q5,6,12,14 (conceptual) and 7bef,9a,11,13,15 (algebraic)
Assigned on Due: |

For Day 2 on Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, make video notes after watching the videos linked here
Time permitting (or simply because you want to) try Nelson 10, Chapter 3.6; p291, Qbcd Assigned on Due: |
For Day 2 on Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, make video notes after watching the videos linked here
Time permitting (or simply because you want to) try Nelson 10, Chapter 3.6; p291, Qbcd Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, work through:
Nelson 10, Chapter 3.1; p256, Q9,11 Nelson 10, Chapter 3.6; p291, Qbcd Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q3,4,11 Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 20 on Exploring Quadratic Relations, work through:
Nelson 10, Chapter 3.1; p256, Q9,11 Nelson 10, Chapter 3.6; p291, Qbcd Nelson 10, Chapter 3.2; p267, Q3,4,11 Assigned on Due: |

To PREVIEW our next topic, work through this QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS Preview.It should take you about 45 - 50 minutes to complete, so NO STOPPING AFTER 30 minutes!! MAX TIME = 50 minutes
Assigned on Due: |
To PREVIEW our next topic, work through this QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS Preview.It should take you about 45 - 50 minutes to complete, so NO STOPPING AFTER 30 minutes!! MAX TIME = 50 minutes
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For Lesson 18 on Logarithms as Inverses of Exponentials, work through this worksheet on Basics of Logarithms
I would also encourage you to read through this introduction to logarithms from Math is Fun Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 18 on Logarithms as Inverses of Exponentials, work through this worksheet on Basics of Logarithms
I would also encourage you to read through this introduction to logarithms from Math is Fun Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 17 on Inverses of Exponential Functions, work through the following:
Complete the Lesson 17 notes on page 4, calculating the equations of inverse functions Complete this Inverse Review Sheet for Lesson 17. Record KEY IDEAS Read through this introduction to logarithms from Math is Fun Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 17 on Inverses of Exponential Functions, work through the following:
Complete the Lesson 17 notes on page 4, calculating the equations of inverse functions Complete this Inverse Review Sheet for Lesson 17. Record KEY IDEAS Read through this introduction to logarithms from Math is Fun Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 16 on Applications of Exponential Equations, spend 30 - 40 minutes working through some/all/several questions from the following worksheet.
Alternatively, Video link #1 and Video Link #2 and Video #3 are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 16 on Applications of Exponential Equations, spend 30 - 40 minutes working through some/all/several questions from the following worksheet.
Alternatively, Video link #1 and Video Link #2 and Video #3 are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 15 on Solving Exponential Equations, work through the following worksheet from Kutasoftware. In solving these equations, use algebra as your "tool" rather than graphs. Answers are on pages 3,4. Try working through all odd # questions in your 30 minutes HW time
Alternatively, Video link #1 and Video Link #2 are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 15 on Solving Exponential Equations, work through the following worksheet from Kutasoftware. In solving these equations, use algebra as your "tool" rather than graphs. Answers are on pages 3,4. Try working through all odd # questions in your 30 minutes HW time
Alternatively, Video link #1 and Video Link #2 are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 14 on Graphs of Exponential Functions, complete the following worksheet. In all graphs, state the domain and range and the equation of the asymptote. Video link #1 and Video Link #2 are provided should you struggle with the concepts.
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For Lesson 14 on Graphs of Exponential Functions, complete the following worksheet. In all graphs, state the domain and range and the equation of the asymptote. Video link #1 and Video Link #2 are provided should you struggle with the concepts.
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For Lesson 13 on Investigating Exponential Relations - Data Analysis, complete the following REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FROM GRADE 9: from your Haese and Harris MYP 5 Plus textbook, Exercise 16A, p388, Q4,7,8 deal with working with negative & zero exponents and then Q6,9 deal with simplifying using Exponent Laws.
ALTERNATIVELY, you may complete yesterday's HW. Video links are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 13 on Investigating Exponential Relations - Data Analysis, complete the following REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FROM GRADE 9: from your Haese and Harris MYP 5 Plus textbook, Exercise 16A, p388, Q4,7,8 deal with working with negative & zero exponents and then Q6,9 deal with simplifying using Exponent Laws.
ALTERNATIVELY, you may complete yesterday's HW. Video links are provided should you struggle with the concepts. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 13 on Investigating Exponential Relations - Data Analysis, complete the following REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FROM GRADE 9. Video links are provided should you struggle with the concepts.
Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 13 on Investigating Exponential Relations - Data Analysis, complete the following REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS FROM GRADE 9. Video links are provided should you struggle with the concepts.
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For Lesson 12 on Investigating Exponential Relations, complete the Lesson Activity Sheet. ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED!!!!!
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For Lesson 12 on Investigating Exponential Relations, complete the Lesson Activity Sheet. ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED!!!!!
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For Lesson 11 on Applying Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From the McGraw-Hill 10 Textbook. . The questions we worked with in class were from p18, Q11-18; p27, Q6-8,14; p40, Q8,9,15,16,17,21,22; and p46, Q3,4,10,13,14,16,17,18. You should aim to spend 30-40 minutes SOLVING the linear systems you wrote in class The ANSWERS are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson11 on Applying Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From the Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.9, p102, Q14,15,16,17,18,23. The ANSWERS are linked here From the McGraw-Hill 10 Textbook. . The questions we worked with in class were from p46, Q8,9,13,14,18,20. The ANSWERS are linked here You should aim to spend 30-40 minutes SOLVING the linear systems you wrote in class Assigned on Due: |

For PREVIEWING Lesson 11 on Applying Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From the Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.9, p102, Q14,15,16,17,18,23. The ANSWERS are linked here Here are two video links that may help if you are unable to work through the questions successfully: Video #1 and Video #2 Assigned on Due: |
For PREVIEWING Lesson11 on Applying Linear Systems by Elimination, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q9,10 (from Lesson 10) 11,13,17,18,20,22. The ANSWERS are linked here. Here are two video links that may help if you are unable to work through the questions successfully: Video #1 and Video #2 Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 10 on Analyzing Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q9,10 (from last time) 11,13,17,18,20,22. The ANSWERS are linked here. Here are two video links that may help if you are unable to work through the questions successfully: Video #1 and Video #2 Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 9 on Solving Linear Systems by Elimination, here are the links to the HW questions:
From the Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.9, p102, Q6adej, 7b. The ANSWERS are linked here For Lesson 10 on Analyzing Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions: From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q9,10. Then time permitting, WATCH the following 2 videos: Video #1 and Video #2 Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 10 on Analyzing Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q9,10 (from last time) 11,13,17,18,20,22. The ANSWERS are linked here. Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 9 on Solving Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q3bcd, 7ab, 8bghi, 12bdefh and do Q9,10 ONLY AFTER completing the other Chap 1.8 questions (see below). The ANSWERS are linked here. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 9 on Solving Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q8ghi, 12bdfh and do Q9,10 ONLY AFTER completing Chap 1.9 questions (see below). The ANSWERS are linked here. From the Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.9, p102, Q6adej, 7b. The ANSWERS are linked here Assigned on Due: |
For Lesson 9 on Solving Linear Systems, here are the links to the HW questions:
From Nelson 10 Textbook, Chap 1.8, p92, Q3bcd, 7ab, 8bghi, 12bdefh and do Q9,10 ONLY AFTER completing the other Chap 1.8 questions (see below). The ANSWERS are linked here. Assigned on Due: |

For Lesson 8 on Solving Linear Equations, here a link to the worksheet & possible videos to watch. Watch the videos ONLY if you DON"T get it or MAKE TOO MANY MISTAKES!!!!!! BE HONEST!!!!!!!
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For Lesson 8 on Solving Linear Equations, here a link to the worksheet & possible videos to watch. Watch the videos ONLY if you DON"T get it or MAKE TOO MANY MISTAKES!!!!!! BE HONEST!!!!!!!
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Like, STUDY, dude (or dudette). Study guide is linked here.
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Like, STUDY, dude (or dudette) Study guide is linked here.
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For our Piecewise Functions lesson (#6), continue working on the Lesson 6 Day 2 handout and complete the work on pages 5 & 6 - this link will take you to the HW sheet if you want
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From our Lesson 7 on Inverses of Linear Functions, in the Nelson 11 text, Chap 3.4, on page 256, do Q6,8(a) - (i),9,10
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For our Piecewise Functions lesson (#6), continue working on through the Lesson 6 notes and complete the work on pages 3 & 5 of the 6 page handout - this link will take you to pages 3 & 5 only
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From our Lesson 7 on Inverses of Linear Functions, in the Nelson 11 text, Chap 3.4, on page 256, do Q6,8(a) - (i),9,10
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For our scatter plot lesson (#5), do Q2,3,4,5 (using TI-84 to make scatterplots) on this first worksheet linked here and then continue working on this second worksheet, do Q2,3,4,6,7 (NO TI-84).
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To preview Lesson 7 on Inverses of Linear Functions, watch the following videos, take notes and practice on the linked worksheet.
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For our scatter plot lesson (#5), do Q2,3,4,5 (using TI-84 to make scatterplots) on this first worksheet linked here and then continue working on this second worksheet, do Q2,3,4,6,7 (NO TI-84).
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For our Piecewise Functions lesson (#6), continue working on the Lesson 6 notes and complete the work on pages 3 & 4 of the 6 page handout.
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To prepare for our Scatterplots lesson (Lesson #5), complete this following video HW
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For our scatter plot lesson (#5), do Q2,3,4,5 (using TI-84 to make scatterplots) on this first worksheet linked here and then continue working on this second worksheet, do Q2,3,4,6,7 (NO TI-84).
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REVIEW LESSONS 1-4 AND DETERMINE WHAT CONCEPTS YOU HAVE NOT YET MASTERED. THEN ASK FOR HELP!!!!!!!
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REVIEW LESSONS 1-4 AND DETERMINE WHAT CONCEPTS YOU HAVE NOT YET MASTERED. THEN ASK FOR HELP!!!!!!!
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From our Lesson 4 - Day 1 notes and from our Lesson 4 - Day 2 notes, attempt to complete ALL word problems
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From our Lesson 4 - Day 1 notes and from our Lesson 4 - Day 2 notes, attempt to complete ALL word problems
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From our Haese and Harris Textbook (MYP 5 Plus), complete Ex 5E.1, p121, Q1bd, 2acef, 4bce (ALTERNATIVE => do ONLY Q7 in Ex 5E.1 on p122) AND then 5E.2, p123, Q2de AND then 5E.3, p125, Q3,5
OPTIONAL HW (if you want to watch some videos reviewing the skill of equation writing): (i) Video Link #1 or (ii) Video Link #2 and watch the first video Assigned on Due: |
From our Haese and Harris Textbook (MYP 5 Plus), complete Ex 5E.1, p121, Q1bd, 2acef, 4bce (ALTERNATIVE => do ONLY Q7 in Ex 5E.1 on p122) AND then 5E.2, p123, Q2de AND then 5E.3, p125, Q3,5
OPTIONAL HW (if you want to watch some videos reviewing the skill of equation writing): (i) Video Link #1 or (ii) Video Link #2 and watch the first video Assigned on Due: |

From the Nelson 11 Textbook, Chap 3.2, p235, Q8,9,11,18,20,21. The answers are linked here.
Then complete PAGE 4 of our Lesson Notes from Thursday's lesson. Graph is on Page 3 OPTIONAL HW (if you want to preview some videos on the concept of FUNCTIONS), here is link to some videos. Record the developed examples if you choose to preview the videos. Assigned on Due: |
From the Nelson 11 Textbook, Chap 3.2, p235, Q8,9,11,18,20,21. The answers are linked here.
Then complete PAGE 4 of our Lesson Notes from Thursday's lesson. Graph is on Page 3 OPTIONAL HW (if you want to preview some videos on the concept of FUNCTIONS), here is link to some videos. Record the developed examples if you choose to preview the videos. Assigned on Due: |

From the Nelson 11 Textbook, Chap 3.2, p235, Q5,6,7 (and state domain and range for graphs in Q7). The answers are linked here.
OPTIONAL HW (if you want to preview some videos on the concept of FUNCTIONS), here is link to some videos. Record the developed examples if you choose to preview the videos. Assigned on Due: |
From the Nelson 11 Textbook, Chap 3.2, p235, Q5,6,7 (and state domain and range for graphs in Q7). The answers are linked here.
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Complete the last three examples from our lesson 3 classnotes. Here is the link for Lesson 3 if you need it.
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Complete the last three examples from our lesson 3 classnotes. Here is the link for Lesson 3 if you need it.
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HW link for Lesson 2
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HW link for Lesson 2
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From our in-class Lesson 1: Spaghetti Lab Activity, complete Q4
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From our in-class Lesson 1: Spaghetti Lab Activity, complete Q4
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