Homework For Mr Santowski's PreCalculus 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. Homework grades will either be 5 points for completed/attempted, R for resubmit or 0 points for incomplete/not attempted. Late HW will NOT be accepted.
For Mr. Santowski's F Block class

To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of our introductory look at Limits: To start practicing your understanding of concepts in Lesson 42, work in Nelson Calculus textbook, Sec 3.3, Limits of Polynomial Functions, p2025, Q1,3,4ace,5acd,8,9ac,11,17,18 Assigned on Tuesday, May 20 Due: Thursday, May 22 
To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts from our second day in Lesson 38: To start practicing your understanding of concepts in Lesson 38, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 5.5, Multiple Angle Formulas, p382383, Q33,34,39,40,41,42,47,49,50. Answers to Chap 5 questions linked here, on page 6. Here are some video links to help you work through some of our HW questions: Assigned on Tuesday, May 6 Due: Thursday, May 8 
To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts from our first day in Lesson 38: To start practicing your understanding of concepts in Lesson 38, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 5.5, Multiple Angle Formulas, p382383, Q3,5,7,9,11,12,13,17,19,21,89,90,91,107 Trig Assignment #2 has now been posted. Check the Assignments link or the Main Page for a link to the assignment Assigned on Sunday, May 4 Due: Tuesday, May 6 
To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts from our second day in Lesson 37: PART 1: To practice with your understanding of Addition and Subtraction Identities, work in the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 9.2, p5878; Q26,27,31,33,37,40 PART 2: To continue practicing your understanding of concepts in Lesson 37, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 5.4, p372373, Q3,5,31,32,35,37,43,55,63 Trig Assignment #2 has now been posted. Check the Assignments link or the Main Page for a link to the assignment Assigned on Tuesday, April 29 Due: Sunday, May 4 
To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 37: PART 1: To practice with your understanding of Addition and Subtraction Identities, work in the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 9.2, p5878; Q2,4,5,19,20,22,26,30,38,39,49,50,57. PART 2 NOW, Complete this survey to earn credit for this HW assignment Assigned on Sunday, April 27 Due: Tuesday, April 29 
To PREVIEW SKILLS & CONCEPTS for Lesson 37, complete the following two part HW assignment PART 1 Watch the following examples and record all examples: PART 2 NOW, Complete this survey to earn credit for this HW assignment Assigned on Wednesday, April 23 Due: Sunday, April 27 
To PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 36: PART 1: To practice with your understanding of Solving Quadratic Trig Equations, work in the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 8.3, Q33,34,35,36,43,44,45. DO NOT USE A GRAPHICAL APPROACH!!! Assigned on Thursday, April 17 Due: Wednesday, April 23 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 35: PART 1: To practice with your understanding of Solving Trig Equations, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 5.3, p364365, Q39,40,45,46. DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR!! Then try Questions 47,48,51,53 for which you will require a graphing calculator. Then, switch to this linked worksheet and complete Q18, again, no calculator. PART 2: Complete the following SURVEY when you get your HW done Assigned on Tuesday, April 15 Due: Thursday, April 17 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 34: PART 1: To practice with your understanding of Solving Trig Equations, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 5.3, p364365, Q1,2,7,8,9,10,17,18. DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR!! Then try Questions 68 & 74, for which you will require a graphing calculator. Then, switch to this linked worksheet and complete Q2532, again, no calculator. PART 2: Complete the following SURVEY when you get your HW done Assigned on Sunday, April 13 Due: Tuesday, April 15 
To PREVIEW our Lesson introducing Trig Identities, watch these videos and RECORD the examples as they get developed: Video #1 on Working with Basic Trig Identities: Videos #2,#3,#4 on Simplifying Trig Expressions: Assigned on Monday, Mar 31 Due: Wednesday, April 2 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 31: PART 1: Know your two special triangles and your two parent function graphs. ENOUGH SAID!! PART 2: To practice with your understanding of working with Inverse Trig, work in PRECALCULUS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by HOLT, Sec 8.2, p53637, Q113 (odds) are basic and foundational, Q2741 (odds), Q43,46,52 as extensions upon the basics Here are some videos reminding you how to EVALUATE with composite inverse trig functions  WATCH IF YOU GET STUCK!! Assigned on Sunday, Mar 23 Due: Tuesday, Mar 25 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 31: PART 1: Know your two special triangles and your two parent function graphs. ENOUGH SAID!! PART 2: To practice with your understanding of working with Inverse Trig, work in PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 4.7, p31617, KU⇒17, Q2730, 3138 (use calculator to see some patterns), Q6163 Here are some videos reminding you how to EVALUATE with inverse trig functions  WATCH IF YOU GET STUCK!! Link here if you need to see some worked examples of questions Assigned on Monday, Mar 17 Due: Sunday, Mar 23 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can PREVIEW concepts & PRACTICE YOUR UNDERSTANDING of these concepts for Lesson 31: PART 1: To PREVIEW working with inverse trig functions, watch the following videos. You MUST record the examples of the video you watched as they are developed for our HW Quiz Here is a development of the graphs of inverse trig functions: Here are some videos showing you how to EVALUATE with inverse trig functions Here now is a link to a worksheet that give you an opportunity to DEMONSTRATE your understanding of these concepts. Link here if you need to see some worked examples of questions Assigned on Thursday, Mar 13 Due: Monday, Mar 17 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can consolidate & practice skills from Lesson 30: PART 1: To continue practicing with sinusoidal functions (transformed sine/cosine functions), work through the textbook Nelson 11, Chapter 5.4, p455, KU⇒Q3,4,5,6,7,11,12,19. DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR for these questions!! HOWEVER, when you do Q21,22,23, you should graph them on your calculator PART 2: To preview graphing reciprocal functions, watch the following video. You MUST record the examples of the video you watched as they are developed for our HW Quiz: Video Link #1 Assigned on Tuesday, Mar 11 Due: Thursday, Mar 13 
There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment so that you can consolidate & practice skills from Lesson 29/30: PART 1: To practice working with sinusoidal functions (transformed sine/cosine functions), work through the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 4.5, p2946, KU⇒Q126, 6370, 75. DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR!! PART 2: To review graphing sinusoidal functions, watch ONE or BOTH of the following videos. You MUST record the examples of the videos you watched as they are developed. I will give transformation questions on the HW Quiz Assigned on Sunday, Mar 9 Due: Tuesday, Mar 11 
Let's try this again => There are TWO (2) components to the HW assignment: PART 1: To practice working with trig ratios of basic angles in standard position, work through the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 4.4, p285286, KU⇒Q2944 odds, 5366 odds, 9196 odds. DO NOT USE A CALCULATOR!! PART 2: To REVIEW the PARENT Sinusoidal Functions, watch the following video. DO NOT record these examples (unless you need to). I will expect all three parent functions to be sketched on a HW QUIZ: Video Link #1 Now watch this video and you MUST record these examples as they are developed. I will give one transformation question on the HW Quiz: Video Link #2 Assigned on Tuesday, Mar 4 Due: Sunday, Mar 9 
To practice working with angles in standard position, work through as much of the Nelson 11, Chap 5.2 text on pages 423424 as you can in 20 minutes. Make sure you complete Q1015 and can do all others To finish your HW time, PREVIEW our next topic on Special Right Triangles by watching and recording notes from these videos. Assigned on Sunday, Mar 2 Due: Tuesday, Mar 4 
To practice your working with angles in radian measure, spend 15 minutes working through as much of the this RADIANS worksheet as you can these 15 minutes: To PREVIEW our next topic on Angles in Standard Position, you will finish your HW time by watching and recording notes from these videos. Your HW Quiz will be based upon these videos and you will be allowed to write the quiz with your video notes Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 26 Due: Sunday, Mar 2 
To practice your working with triangle trigonometry: From our Lesson 25 power point, solve for the required unknowns in the triangle diagrams on slides 8 and 9 (so Q4,5,6,9,10) To help you solving problems involving multiple triangles, you can watch the following videos: Assigned on Monday, Feb 24 Due: Wednesday, Feb 26 
Our study for our first unit test on Exponential & Logarithmic Functions: Quiz Prep Suggestions: Here is a link to our inclass review assignment and the solution key Additionally, From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Chapter 5 REVIEW exercises (and the answers are relinked here). Work through any/some of Q118,2028,2944,4555,6178 Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 19 Due: Monday, Feb 24 
To practicing your working with Solving Exponential Equations From the PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 3.4, p213216, KU⇒Q4359 odds & 73,75,77,83,87,89,111,113,115. You MUST present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 12 Due: Sunday, Feb 16 
To continue practicing your working with the Laws & Properties of Logarithms From this worksheet on Solving Logarithmic Equations, complete all odd numbered questions Assigned on Monday, Feb 10 Due: Wednesday, Feb 12 
To practice working with the Laws & Properties of Logarithms From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 5.5, p369370, Q526. Answers to the HOLT text are linked here. Here is a link to a video from to watch if you need help working with the laws of logarithms: Here is a link to a second video from to watch if you need help working with the laws of logarithms: Assigned on Thursday, Feb 6 Due: Monday, Feb 10 
DO THIS HW ASSIGNMENT AFTER THE QUIZ Practice graphing Logarithmic Functions From Kutasoftware, complete the assigned questions. State domain, range, asymptotes & 3 key points on the functions Here are some videos that can help you to review the idea of graphing logarithmic functions, given assorted transformations, so that you can do it tomorrow in a HOMEWORK QUIZ!!:Video Link #1 and here is Video Link #2 Assigned on Tuesday, Feb 4 Due: Wednesday, Feb 6 
To practice working with Compound Interest as an applications of Exponential Functions From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 5.3, p3534, Q13,15,17,19,21,23,25,27,29,31,33. Answers to the HOLT text are linked here. Here are two videos from www.patrickjmt.com to watch if you need help working with the concepts of compound interest: Assigned on Monday, Jan 27 Due: Wednesday, Jan 29 
To practice working with Applications of Exponential Functions From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 5.2, p3435, Q55,56,57. as well as Sec 5.3, p354, Q37,38. Answers to the HOLT text are linked here. From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 3.3; p186, Q65 Assigned on Thursday, Jan 23 Due: Monday, Jan 27 
To practice working with Exponential Functions using the Natural Base, e, from Lesson 20: From the Powerpoint from Lesson 19, complete the sketches of graphs from slides 8,9,10 from the Powerpoint from Lesson 20, complete the sketches of graphs from slides 10,11,12 From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 5.2, p3435, Q53. Answers are linked here. From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 3.3; p186, Q3438,43,45,46 (without GDC) and Q47,49,51,63 (with GDC) Here are the same three links to Video Resources to graphing without the help of a GDC Assigned on Tuesday, Jan 21 Due: Thursday, Jan 23 
To practice working with graphing Exponential Functions: From the HOLT PreCalculus – A Graphing Approach, Sec 5.2, p3435, Q1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,20,21,45,47,51,54. Answers are linked here. Here are three links to Video Resources: (NOTE:If you watch the videos, record the developed examples and any special notes and submit these notes with your HW submission) Assigned on Sunday, Jan 19 Due: Tuesday, Jan 21 
To practice working with the Exponent Laws: From this attached worksheet, complete as many questions as you feel you need to develop proficiency and practice for the Homework Quiz next lesson Here are three links to Video Resources: (NOTE:If you watch the videos, record the developed examples and any special notes and submit these notes with your HW submission) Assigned on Wednesday, Jan 15 Due: Sunday, Jan 19 
To practice from our final day with Rational Functions Involving Quadratics: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.7; p157159, Q47,48,57. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! From the textbook PRECALCULUS; A Graphing Approach by Holt, Sec 4.4; p290, Q51,53,57. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!!. Answers to odd numbered questions are on the last 2 pages of the pdf. Additionally, here is a link to the rest of the HOLT textbook, Chapter 4.4, if you need to study some examples. Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 26 Due: Sunday, Dec 1 
To practice from our third lesson on the Rational Functions Involving Quadratics: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.7; p157159, Q43,45,55. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! From the textbook PRECALCULUS; A Graphing Approach by Holt, Sec 4.4; p290, Q43,44,45,46. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!!. Answers to odd numbered questions are on the last 2 pages of the pdf. Additionally, here is a link to the rest of the HOLT textbook, Chapter 4.4, if you need to study some examples. To help you through your algebraic analysis, you can watch any/some of the following videos: Video #1: graphing rational fcns Video #2: more graphing rational function Assigned on Sunday, Nov 24 Due: Tuesday, Nov 26 
To practice from our third lesson on the Rational Functions Involving Quadratics: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.7; p157159, Q17,19,21. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! From the textbook PRECALCULUS; A Graphing Approach by Holt, Sec 4.4; p290, Q3,12,32,33. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!!. Answers to odd numbered questions are on the last 2 pages of the pdf Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 20 Due: Sunday, Nov 24 
To review from our second lesson on the Rational Function f(x) = 1/x: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.6; p148151, Q712,15,16,27,28,29,33 APPS⇒35,37,39. You SHOULD present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Monday, Nov 18 Due: Wednesday, Nov 20 
To prepare for our second lesson on the Rational Function f(x) = 1/x: The following link to reciprocal functions from www.onlinemathlearning.com has links to a variety of excellent videos on the basic ideas/concepts/skills involved in working with the function f(x) = 1/x and its various transformations. Please watch video #2 first (rational functions), then video #1 (reciprocal functions), video #3 (graphing reciprocal functions) and if you have time video #4 (graphing transformations of reciprocal functions). Record all examples as they are developed
Assigned on Thursday, Nov 14 Due: Monday, Nov 18 
TO PREPARE FOR THE POLYNOMIALS TEST: The TEST will cover Polynomial Functions from Lessons 8  14. Review suggestions: From the Larson textbook, here is the Chapter 2 Review & Chapter 2 Test and the Answers. You can work through Q1927 odds,4559 odds,8799 odds. DO NOT USE YOUR CALCULATOR!!! From the HOLT textbook, here is the Chapter 4 Polynomials Review and the Answers are on the final 2 pages. You could look at Q4,5,9,10,11,13,14,19,23,25,27,29,35,37,51,53,55,57,59,65,67,69 Finally, here is a list of the Learning Objectives for our Polynomial Functions unit Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 6 Due: Thursday, Nov 14 
To practice skills & concepts related to the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra from Lesson 14: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.5, p140, KU⇒Q1926,35,36,45,46,53,54,57. You MUST present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 6 Due: Sunday, Nov 10 
To practice skills & concepts related to Factoring Quadratics & Complex Numbers from Lesson 13: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.5, p140, KU⇒Q2,4,11,13,14,28,30,57. You MUST present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Sunday, Nov 3 Due: Wednesday, Nov 6 
To preview skills & concepts related to Complex Numbers from Lesson 13: You will watch the following 4 videos and record the examples. Hand in the examples as they are developed in the videos Read this "children's book"  John & Betty Assigned on Wednesday, Oct 30 Due: Sunday, Nov 3 
To practice skills & concepts related to Factoring Polynomials from Lesson 12: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.3, p124125, KU⇒Q36,37,40,41,43,53,54. You MUST present algebraically developed solutions to these questions!!! Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Monday, Oct 28 Due: Wednesday, Oct 30 
To practice skills & concepts related to the Remainder Theorem from Lesson 11: From the attached worksheet, complete Q1,2,3 on page 1 and check your solutions on page 2. Then complete Q14 on page 3. Assigned on Thursday, Oct 24 Due: Monday, Oct 28 
To practice skills & concepts related to Factoring of Polynomials from Lesson 10: You will watch the following 4 videos and record the examples. Hand in the examples as they are developed in the videos Here are a couple of video links to Khan Academy: Assigned on Tuesday, Oct 22 Due: Thursday, Oct 24 
To practice skills & concepts related to Characteristics of Polynomials from Lesson 9: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 2.2, p108109, KU⇒Q18,17,19,21,22,27,29,31,39,41,43,48,50,52,55,65,71 Here is the link to our inclass worksheet Characteristics of Polynomials Assigned on Sunday, Oct 20 Due: Tuesday, Oct 22 
For the EID week of Oct 1119 NO HW THIS WEEK, UNLESS YOU OWE SOME LATE/MISSING HW Assigned on Sunday, Oct 13 Due: Sunday, Oct 20 
OPTION #1: COMPLETE THE EXTRA CREDIT ASSIGNMENT. Do look at some of the exemplars on the same Assignment Page and see what a properly presented assignment looks like!!
OPTION #2: To practice skills & concepts related to Characteristics of Polynomial Functions from Lesson 9: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards Sec 2.2, p108109, KU⇒Q18,17,19,21,22,27,29,31,39,41,43,48,50,52,55,65,71 Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Wednesday, Oct 9 Due: Sunday, Oct 13 
To practice skills & concepts related to Quadratic Functions from Lesson 8:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards Sec 2.1, p9598, KU => Q2734 (find xintercepts without graphing); APP=> 61,62,63; TIPS=> 71 Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Monday, Oct 7 Due: Wednesday, Oct 9 
To practice skills & concepts related to Quadratic Algebra from Lesson 8:
Watch the following videos and as you watch, RECORD THE EXAMPLES & THE SOLUTIONS PRESENTED. You will submit your paper copy of the examples & their solutions as your homework submission Video #2  Solve by Factoring by Group Video #3  Solve by Square Roots Video #4  Solve by Factoring & Quadratic Formula Assigned on Wednesday, Oct 2 Due: Monday, Oct 7 
To practice skills & concepts related to inverses, transformations & composition of functions for Monday's Quiz:
To help you prepare & study for Monday's quiz, I have linked the Chapter 3 Review from the HOLT PreCalculus textbook. I suggest you work through Q3344, 5563, 6773, 77,78 To help you prepare & study, I have also linked the Chapter 1 Review Exercises from the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards. Questions 75,80,83,84,9194,99,100,102,104,107,108 are worth looking atAnswers to odd numbered questions HAND IN WHATEVER WORK YOU HAVE CHOSEN TO DO AS YOUR HW SUBMISSION TODAY Assigned on Thursday, Sep 26 Due: Monday, Sept 30 
To practice skills & concepts related to composition of functions from Lesson 7:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards Sec 1.5, pg 59, Q3544 Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Tuesday, Sep 24 Due: Thursday, Sept 26 
To practice skills & concepts related to inverses & transformations of functions from Lessons 5 & 6:
FOR TRANSFORMATIONS: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards , Sec 1.4, p4850, KU: Q14 (graph linked here),46,48,52,54,56,58,60,63 FOR INVERSES: From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards , Sec 1.6, p6970, KU: Q42,44,46,48,50,63,64,65,66 Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Sunday, Sep 22 Due: Tuesday, Sept 24 
To practice skills & concepts related to transformations of functions from Lesson 6:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards , Sec 1.4, p4850, KU: Q4,12,13 (graph linked here),19,21,23,3338,45,51,58; APP: 65,66; TIPS:69 (No graphing calculator). Answers to odd numbered questions ALSO, do another 2 functions on the Parent Function Analysis Assigned on Tuesday, Sep 17 Due: Sunday, Sept 22 
To preview skills on Transforming Functions for Lesson 6:
Complete this section of the Lesson 6 notes, investigating the role of a,b,c & d in the equation y = af(b(x  c)) + d To access the DESMOS graph, click on this graph image to open up the DESMOS grapher. Play around with it a bit and be prepared to tell me what Function Transformations is all about ALSO, start on the Parent Function Analysis by completing an analysis of AT LEAST 4 FUNCTIONS. This will be handed in Assigned on Sunday, Sep 15 Due: Tuesday, Sept 17 
To practice skills & concepts related to inverses of functions from Lesson 5:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 1.6, p6971, KU=> Q2124,27,30,31,45,47,59,56,59,68; APP=> 71,83; TIPS=>85,86 Answers to odd numbered questions ALSO, start on the Parent Function Analysis by completing an analysis of y = e^{x} and y = ln(x) (natural log function) Click on this graph image to open up the DESMOS grapher. Play around with it with the slider animator in STEP 4 a bit and be prepared to tell me what new insights you have about Inverses of Functions Click on this graph image to open up the DESMOS grapher. Play around with it a bit and be prepared to tell me what Function Transformations is all about Assigned on Wednesday, Sep 11 Due: Sunday, Sept 15 
To preview inverses of functions and to review your understanding of inverses:
From Khan Academy watch this conceptual review of inverses To reinforce what you have just reviewed, from the Nelson 11 textbook, Chap 3.4, p255 do Q1,2,6,20 ALSO, start on the Parent Function Analysis by completing an analysis of y = x^{2} and y = x^{3} Assigned on Monday, Sep 9 Due: Wednesday, Sept 11 
To review your skills/understanding of key concepts from Lessons 1,2,3,4 in preparation for Monday's QUIZ
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Chap 1 Review, p8285, Q5,7,19,35,37,39,41,43,50,57,59,61,63 Answers to odd numbered questions ALSO, preview the upcoming assignment on Parent Function Analysis in preparation of our discussion about the assignment after Monday's Quiz. Start with a complete analysis of y = x^{2} Assigned on Thursday, Sep 5 Due: Monday, Sept 9 
To review your skills/understanding of working with the graphs of function & the basics of function analysis from Lesson 3:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 1.3, p3839, KU⇒Q14,11,13,15,16,19,20,25,27,29,31,33; TIPS⇒89,94 Answers to odd numbered questions Assigned on Tuesday, Sep 3 Due: Thursday, Sept 5 
To review your skills/understanding of working with function basics:
(1) From our Lesson 2 Notes which were handed out in class, complete PAGE 3 dealing with Increase/Decrease as well as completing PAGE 4 dealing with extrema. (2) From the attached worksheet, attempt to complete Q4(Graph 2), 6(Graph 1 & 3) of the Linear Algebra Review worksheet.
Answers to HW for Lesson 2 posted here Assigned on Sunday, Sep 1 Due: Tuesday, Sept 3 
To review your skills/understanding of working with Linear Algebra:
(1) From our Lesson 2 Notes which were handed out in class, complete PAGE 2 dealing with Domain and Range. (2) From the attached worksheet, attempt to complete Q1, 2, 3(Graph 1) ,4(Graph 1), 6(Graph 2) of the Linear Algebra Review worksheet.
Answers to HW for Lesson 2 posted here Assigned on Wednesday, Aug 28 Due: Sunday, Sept 1 
To review your skills/understanding of working with Linear Functions:
From the textbook PRECALCULUS WITH LIMITS – A Graphing Approach (4th ed) by Larson, Hostetler, Edwards, Sec 1.1, p1115, KU => Q1,2,19,20,21,26,28,33,37,41; APP => 67,68,71; TIPS => 91,95,96 Answers to odd numbered questions Watch this video from Khan Academy if you have problems calculating slope Watch this video from Khan Academy to help with writing equations of linear functions Assigned on Monday, Aug 26 Due: Wednesday, Aug 28 