Homework For Mr Santowski's IB Math SL2 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
(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. If your homework is not completed, the incompletion WILL BE NOTED in my records & parents will be advised, but you will have until the end of the unit to complete and submit any late homework.
(4) All homework MUST be checked against the answer key that will be provided for most HW assignments (or together in class in our next lesson). I SHOULD see RED/BLUE check marks or RED/BLUE wrong marks for your work.
(5) Any homework that is incorrect SHOULD be corrected (or I must see a reasonable attempt!)
(6) 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???!?!?!?!)
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To continue preparing for the May EXAM Assigned on Tuesday, Apr 4 Due: Thursday, Apr 8 From the Cirrito textbook: From Revision Set A starting on p233, do some from Q2,3,4,7,33,34 From Revision Set B starting on p367, do some from Q3,4,5,9,15,22,30 From Revision Set D starting on p573, do some from Q1,2,8,9,13,20,26 From Revision Set E starting on p771, do some from Q4,5,7,19,20,27,31,34 |
To continue preparing for the May EXAM Assigned on Wednesday, Apr 5 Due: Sunday, Apr 9 From the Cirrito textbook: From Revision Set A starting on p233, do some from Q2,3,4,7,33,34 From Revision Set B starting on p367, do some from Q3,4,5,9,15,22,30 From Revision Set D starting on p573, do some from Q1,2,8,9,13,20,26 From Revision Set E starting on p771, do some from Q4,5,7,19,20,27,31,34 |
After Lesson 39 on Normal Distributions Assigned on Tuesday, Mar 21 Due: Thursday, Mar 23 Work through Worksheet #3 to practice with normal distributions and then to Review for the UNIT TEST ==> Worksheet #4 on Statistical Distributions |
After Lesson 39 on Normal Distributions Assigned on Wednesday, Mar 22 Due: Sunday, Mar 26 Work through Worksheet #3 to practice with normal distributions and then to Review for the UNIT TEST ==> Worksheet #4 on Statistical Distributions |
After Lesson 38 on Working with Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Sunday, Mar 12 Due: Tuesday, Mar 14 Watch the following 2 videos on the Normal Distribution: VIDEO #1 from jbstatistics: VIDEO #2 from how2stats: |
After Lesson 38 on Working with Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Monday, Mar 13 Due: Thursday, Mar 16 Watch the following 2 videos on the Normal Distribution: VIDEO #1 from jbstatistics: VIDEO #2 from how2stats: |
After Lesson 38 on Working with Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Monday, Mar 6 Due: Sunday, Mar 12 From our Lesson 38 Problem Set, work through questions on pages 2 & 3. |
After Lesson 38 on Working with Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Tuesday, Mar 7 Due: Monday, Mar 13 From our Lesson 38 Problem Set, work through questions on pages 2 & 3. |
After Lesson 37 on Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Thursday, Mar 2 Due: Monday, Mar 6 From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15D, p533, work through Q1-7 as well as Ex 15E, p534, Q1-5 |
After Lesson 37 on Binomial Probability Distributions Assigned on Sunday, Mar 5 Due: Tuesday, Mar 7 From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15D, p533, work through Q1-7 as well as Ex 15E, p534, Q1-5 |
After Lesson 36 on Discrete Random Variables Assigned on Sunday, Feb 26 Due: Tuesday, Feb 28 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about the Binomial Distribution if you haven't already From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15A, p522, work through Q3-10 First Draft of Exploration due on Thursday, Mar 2. NO EXCEPTIONS!! Therefore, our class periods on Tuesday, Feb 28 and Wednesday, Mar 1 will be WORK PERIODS!!!! Come to class prepared to work o your Exploration |
After Lesson 36 on Discrete Random Variables Assigned on Monday, Feb 27 Due: Wednesday, Mar 1 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about the Binomial Distribution if you haven't already From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15A, p522, work through Q3-10 First Draft of Exploration due on Thursday, Mar 2. NO EXCEPTIONS!! Therefore, our class periods on Tuesday, Feb 28 and Wednesday, Mar 1 will be WORK PERIODS!!!! Come to class prepared to work o your Exploration |
After Lesson 35 on Discrete Random Variables Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 22 Due: Sunday, Feb 26 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about Discrete Random Variables if you haven't already From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15A, p522, work through Q3-10 ALSO, remember that your first draft of the EXPLORATION is due Thursday, next week (Mar 2) |
After Lesson 35 on Discrete Random Variables Assigned on Thursday, Feb 23 Due: Monday, Feb 27 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about Discrete Random Variables if you haven't already From the Oxford textbook, Exercise 15A, p522, work through Q3-10 ALSO, remember that your first draft of the EXPLORATION is due Thursday, next week (Mar 2) |
After Stats & Prob TEST Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 22 Due: Sunday, Feb 26 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about Discrete Random Variables. ALSO, remember that your first draft of the EXPLORATION is due Thursday, next week (Mar 2) |
After Stats & Prob TEST Assigned on Tuesday, Feb 21 Due: Thursday, Feb 23 Watch the following video from jbstatistics and record examples & key points about Discrete Random Variables |
After Exploration Work Session Assigned on Thursday, Feb 16 Due: Monday, Feb 20 Here are some Probability Review Questions. You should find these fairly easy!! |
After Exploration Work Session Assigned on Sunday, Feb 19 Due: Tuesday, Feb 21 Here are some Probability Review Questions. You should find these fairly easy!! |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 34 - Probability of Compound Events & Formulas Assigned on Tuesday, Feb 14 Due: Thursday, Feb 16 Complete Lesson 34 Notes and hand in your solutions. NEXT CLASS: Be prepared to for a work period for your Explorations |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 34 - Probability of Compound Events & Formulas Assigned on Monday, Feb 13 Due: Wednesday, Feb 15 Work through probability review Qs from pages 3 and 4 from our Lesson 34 Notes |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 34 - Probability of Compound Events & Formulas Assigned on Sunday, Feb 12 Due: Tuesday, Feb 14 Work through probability review Qs from pages 3 and 4 from our Lesson 34 Notes |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 34 - Probability of Compound Events & Formulas Assigned on Monday, Feb 13 Due: Wednesday, Feb 15 Work through probability review Qs from pages 3 and 4 from our Lesson 34 Notes |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 34 - Probability of Compound Events & Formulas Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 8 Due: Sunday, Feb 12 Work through probability review Qs from pages 1 and 2 from our Lesson 34 Notes |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 33 - Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Assigned on Thursday, Feb 9 Due: Monday, Feb 13 Work through probability review Qs from pages 1 and 2 from our Lesson 34 Notes |
After Lesson 33 - Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Assigned on Monday, Feb 6 Due: Wednesday, Feb 8 To PREPARE for our Bivariate Stats QUIZ on Wednesday, Feb 8 ==> From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 352). I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Likewise, I have shared a google doc with you re. bivariate stats that you could use to prepare for our Quiz |
After Lesson 33 - Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Assigned on Tuesday, Feb 7 Due: Thursday, Feb 9 Continue working through probability review Qs from pages 3 and 4 from our Lesson 33 notes on Independent and Dependent Events |
After Lesson 33 - Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Assigned on Monday, Feb 6 Due: Wednesday, Feb 8 To PREPARE for our Bivariate Stats QUIZ on Tuesday, Feb 7 ==> From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 352). I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Likewise, I have shared a google doc with you re. bivariate stats that you could use to prepare for our Quiz |
After Lesson 31 & 32 - Using Venn Diagrams and Tree Diagrams to Review Probability Assigned on Sunday, Feb 5 Due: Tuesday, Feb 7 To PREPARE for our Bivariate Stats QUIZ on Tuesday, Feb 7 ==> From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 352). I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Likewise, I have shared a google doc with you re. bivariate stats that you could use to prepare for our Quiz IF you wish,continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 32 notes (working with Venn diagrams) Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 31 notes (working with tree diagrams) |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 31 & Lesson 32 - Using Venn Diagrams and Tree Diagrams to Review Probability Assigned on Thursday, Feb 2 Due: Monday, Feb 6 To PREPARE for our Bivariate Stats QUIZ on Tuesday, Feb 7 ==> From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 352). I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Likewise, I have shared a google doc with you re. bivariate stats |
After Lesson 31 & 32 - Using Venn Diagrams and Tree Diagrams to Review Probability Assigned on Sunday, Feb 5 Due: Tuesday, Feb 7 To PREPARE for our Bivariate Stats QUIZ on Tuesday, Feb 7 ==> From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 352). I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Likewise, I have shared a google doc with you re. bivariate stats IF you wish,continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 32 notes (working with Venn diagrams) Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 31 notes (working with tree diagrams) |
After Lesson 31 - Using Venn Diagrams and Tree Diagrams to Review Probability Assigned on Tuesday, Jan 31 Due: Thursday, Feb 2 Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 32 notes (working with Venn diagrams) Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 31 notes (working with tree diagrams) |
After Lesson 31 & 32 - Using Venn Diagrams and Tree Diagrams to Review Probability Assigned on Wednesday, Feb 1 Due: Sunday, Feb 5 Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 32 notes (working with Venn diagrams) Continue working through probability review Qs from our Lesson 31 notes (working with tree diagrams) |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 30 - Bivariate Data Analysis and Correlation Assigned on Sunday, Jan 29 Due: Tuesday, Jan 31 From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 347 - 352) ==> Ex 10E, Q1-5; from Ex 10F, Q1-5; I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Also, start working through more SIMPLE probability from this worksheet (working with tree diagrams) |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 30 - Bivariate Data Analysis and Correlation Assigned on Monday, Jan 30 Due: Wednesday, Feb 1 From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 347 - 352) ==> Ex 10E, Q1-5; from Ex 10F, Q1-5; I would also suggest you work through the REVIEW QUESTIONS on pages 353-356. Also, start working through more SIMPLE probability from this worksheet (working with tree diagrams) |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 30 - Bivariate Data Analysis and Correlation Assigned on Tuesday, Jan 24 Due: Sunday, Jan 29 From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 344) ==> Ex 10A, Q1-5; from Ex 10B, Q1; from Ex 10C, Q1; from Ex 10D, Q1-5 To prepare for next lesson on Sunday, visit the two following GEOGEBRA animations about Least Squares Regression Lines: Applet #1 and Applet #2 |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 30 - Bivariate Data Analysis and Correlation Assigned on Thursday, Jan 26 Due: Monday, Jan 30 From the OXFORD Textbook, be able to work through some/most/all of the following questions in Chapter 10 (pg 337 - 344) ==> Ex 10A, Q1-5; from Ex 10B, Q1; from Ex 10C, Q1; from Ex 10D, Q1-5 To prepare for next lesson on Sunday, visit the two following GEOGEBRA animations about Least Squares Regression Lines: Applet #1 and Applet #2 |
After Lesson 29 - Standard Deviation - Changes in the Data Assigned on Wednesday, Jan 18 Due: Sunday, Jan 22 We will spend next class working on the EXPLORATION, so have some of your material ready to start writing, researching, designing experiments, etc ...... To prepare for next lesson on Tuesday, visit the two following GEOGEBRA animations about Least Squares Regression Lines: Applet #1 and Applet #2 |
After Lesson 29 - Standard Deviation - Changes in the Data Assigned on Thursday, Jan 19 Due: Monday, Jan 23 We will spend next class working on the EXPLORATION, so have some of your material ready to start writing, researching, designing experiments, etc ...... To prepare for next lesson on Tuesday, visit the two following GEOGEBRA animations about Least Squares Regression Lines: Applet #1 and Applet #2 |
After Lesson 28 - Standard Deviation Assigned on Monday, Jan 16 Due: Wednesday, Jan 18 (1) From Cirrito, Ex 13.6 on pg 487-8, work through Q1-8 => prepare for Stats QUIZ next lesson based upon Lessons 26 & 27 (2) Have Exploration #20 marked for Wednesday's class |
After Lesson 28 - Standard Deviation Assigned on Tuesday, Jan 17 Due: Thursday, Jan 19 (1) From Cirrito, Ex 13.6 on pg 487-8, work through Q1-8 => prepare for Stats QUIZ next lesson based upon Lessons 26 & 27 (2) Have Exploration #20 marked for Thursday's class |
After Lesson 27 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Thursday, Jan 12 Due: Monday, Jan 16 From our IB Questions handout, complete as much as you feel is necessary for MASTERY!!! From our Google folder, complete MARKING Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4, as per my example (see folder for Scoring HL IA Ex 1) Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Thursday, Jan 12 |
After Lesson 27 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Sunday, Jan 15 Due: Tuesday, Jan 17 From our IB Questions handout, complete as much as you feel is necessary for MASTERY!!! From our Google folder, complete MARKING Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4, as per my example (see folder for Scoring HL IA Ex 1) Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Sunday, Jan 15 |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 26 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Tuesday, Jan 10 Due: Thursday, Jan 12 From our Lesson 27 Notes, have the first 3-4 pages completed From our Google folder, start MARKING Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4, as per my example (see folder for Scoring HL IA Ex 1) Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Thursday, Jan 12 |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 26 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Wednesday, Jan 11 Due: Sunday, Jan 15 From our Lesson 27 Notes, have the first 3-4 pages completed From our Google folder, start MARKING Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4, as per my example (see folder for Scoring HL IA Ex 1) Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Sunday, Jan 15 |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 26 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Sunday, Jan 8 Due: Tuesday, Jan 10 From our Lesson 26 Notes, have Q1-9 completed From our Google folder, read over Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4 Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Thursday, Jan 12 |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 26 - Review of Univariate Stats Assigned on Monday, Jan 9 Due: Wednesday, Jan 11 From our Lesson 26 Notes, have Q1-9 completed From our Google folder, read over Exploration Example 16 as well as Exploration Example 4 Have DEC EXAM corrections started, ready to be completed by Thursday, Jan 12 |
After Lesson 24 - Area Between Curves - DAY 2 Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 29 Due: Thursday, Dec 1 To practice with integration by substitution, in the Cirrito text, work through Ex 22.5 on p760, Q16,25 and you should look at Ex 22.6 on p765, Q10 as well as 7,8 From our Lesson Worksheet, in the Practice Problems, try Q1,2,3,4,8 Here are video links to REVIEW this concept: VIDEO #1 from mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from patrickjmt |
After Lesson 24 - Area Between Curves - DAY 2 Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 30 Due: Sunday, Dec 4 STUDY FOR TEST .... Resources in shared google folder. Study vectors as well!!! |
After Lesson 24 - Area Between Curves Assigned on Sunday, Nov 27 Due: Tuesday, Nov 29 To practice with areas between curves, in the Cirrito text, work through Ex 22.5 on p758, Q17,18,20,22,23, Here is a video REVIEW of the concept: |
After Lesson 24 - Area Between Curves Assigned on Monday, Nov 28 Due: Wednesday, Nov 30 To practice with areas between curves, in the Cirrito text, work through Ex 22.5 on p758, Q17,18,20,22,23, Here is a video REVIEW of the concept: |
After Lesson 23 - Applications of Integrals and Area under Curves Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 22 Due: Sunday, Nov 27 To practice with areas under a curve, in the Cirrito text, work through Ex 22.5 on p758, Q1d,2d,3c,4cd,11a,12,15 For you ROCK STARS - like Kiko (hahahaha) - you can also do Q13,16 and in Ex 22.4 on p747, Q13,15 |
After Lesson 23 - Applications of Integrals and Area under Curves Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 23 Due: Monday, Nov 28 To practice with areas under a curve, in the Cirrito text, work through Ex 22.5 on p758, Q1d,2d,3c,4cd,11a,12,15 For you ROCK STARS - like Engy (hahahaha) - you can also do Q13,16 and in Ex 22.4 on p747, Q13,15 |
After Lesson 22 - Definite and Indefinite Integrals Assigned on Sunday, Nov 20 Due: Tuesday, Nov 22 To practice with integration: Ex 22.2 on p729, do Q1a-f and to work with definite integrals, work through Ex 22.4 on p746, Q2abc, 4ab, 6be, 8abd, 9a |
After Lesson 22 - Definite and Indefinite Integrals Assigned on Monday, Nov 21 Due: Wednesday, Nov 23 To practice with integration: Ex 22.2 on p729, do Q1a-f and to work with definite integrals, work through Ex 22.4 on p746, Q2abc, 4ab, 6be, 8abd, 9a |
After Lesson 21 - Antiderivatives and Integrals Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 16 Due: Sunday, Nov 20 To practice with integration, Cirrito, Ex 22.1, p727, do some from each of Q2-6 and then from Ex 22.2 on p729, do Q1 To REVIEW the theory behind the integral (as we quickly developed the idea in class), you can watch VIDEO #1 from Mathispower4 or VIDEO #2 from Brightstorm or VIDEO #3 from Brandon Craft And a suggestion from Mostafa.... |
After Lesson 21 - Antiderivatives and Integrals Assigned on Thursday, Nov 17 Due: Monday, Nov 21 To practice with integration, Cirrito, Ex 22.1, p727, do some from each of Q2-6 and then from Ex 22.2 on p729, do Q1 To REVIEW the theory behind the integral (as we quickly developed the idea in class), you can watch VIDEO #1 from Mathispower4 or VIDEO #2 from Brightstorm or VIDEO #3 from Brandon Craft And a suggestion from Mostafa.... |
After Lesson 20 - Motion and Antiderivatives Assigned on Monday, Nov 14 Due: Wednesday, Nov 16 From this linked worksheet, you can work through Q1,3,5 to practice antiderivatives and Q 2 for challenge!!!! Here are two geogebra interactives that will help you understand the background concept behind our next topic of Integration. |
After Lesson 20 - Motion and Antiderivatives Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 15 Due: Thursday, Nov 17 From this linked worksheet, you can work through Q1,3,5 to practice antiderivatives and Q 2 for challenge!!!! Here are two geogebra interactives that will help you understand the background concept behind our next topic of Integration. |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 19 - Motion Assigned on Thursday, Nov 10 Due: Monday, Nov 14 From Cirrito, Ex 21.3 on page 699, you can work through motion questions that are NON-polynomial based (Q3,8,9,11,12,13) |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 19 - Motion Assigned on Sunday, Nov 13 Due: Tuesday, Nov 15 From Cirrito, Ex 21.3 on page 699, you can work through motion questions that are NON-polynomial based (Q3,8,9,11,12,13) |
After Lesson 19 - Motion Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 8 Due: Thursday, Nov 10 From Cirrito, Ex 21.3 on page 699, you can work through motion questions that are polynomial based (Q2,3,4,7,10) Here are 4 AP Calculus questions (polynomial based), complete with solutions Here are two videos you can watch to review the concept: VIDEO #1 from Scott Kennedy VIDEO #2 from MySecretMathTutor |
After Lesson 19 - Motion Assigned on Wednesday, Nov 9 Due: Sunday, Nov 13 From Cirrito, Ex 21.3 on page 699, you can work through motion questions that are polynomial based (Q2,3,4,7,10) Here are 4 AP Calculus questions (polynomial based), complete with solutions Here are two videos you can watch to review the concept: VIDEO #1 from Scott Kennedy VIDEO #2 from MySecretMathTutor |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Sunday, Nov 6 Due: Tuesday, Nov 8 If you need to, continue watching some/all of the following videos to help understand how to (i) set up and (ii) then solve optimization problems From Cirrito, Ex 21.4, you can work through questions like 3-6,10,11,16,18,19,22,23,26,26. My advice ..... if you CAN'T DO the "show that" part, DON'T! Work with the calculus and figure out the calculus part of it - try it calc inactive (i.e don't just use a graph to find the min/max - try the derivatives NOTE: Their are 12 pages of worked examples (example problems 21.12 to 21.23). Read them if you need to |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Monday, Nov 7 Due: Wednesday, Nov 9 If you need to, continue watching some/all of the following videos to help understand how to (i) set up and (ii) then solve optimization problems From Cirrito, Ex 21.4, you can work through questions like 3-6,10,11,16,18,19,22,23,26,26. My advice ..... if you CAN'T DO the "show that" part, DON'T! Work with the calculus and figure out the calculus part of it - try it calc inactive (i.e don't just use a graph to find the min/max - try the derivatives NOTE: Their are 12 pages of worked examples (example problems 21.12 to 21.23). Read them if you need to |
After the TEST & DAY 1 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Thursday, Nov 3 Due: Sunday, Nov 6 Watch some/all of the following videos to help understand how to (i) set up and (ii) then solve optimization problems (1) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #1 (2) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #2 (3) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #4 (4) From Robert Talbert ==> Optimization Problems (5) From Mathispower4u ==> Optimization Problems (6) From Mathispower4u ==> Optimization Problems |
After the TEST & DAY 1 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Thursday, Nov 3 Due: Monday, Nov 7 Watch some/all of the following videos to help understand how to (i) set up and (ii) then solve optimization problems (1) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #1 (2) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #2 (3) From Patrickjmt ==> Optimization Video #4 (4) From Robert Talbert ==> Optimization Problems (5) From Mathispower4u ==> Optimization Problems (6) From Mathispower4u ==> Optimization Problems |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Monday, Oct 31 Due: Wednesday, Nov 2 For TEST PREP practice, work through the problems in the three review sets I put into our google folder!! Secondly, review your TRIG!! Thirdly, make sure you can work through ANY problem from Lesson 16 |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 17 - Optimization Assigned on Tuesday, Nov 1 Due: Thursday, Nov 3 For TEST PREP practice, work through the problems in the three review sets I put into our google folder!! Secondly, review your TRIG!! Thirdly, make sure you can work through ANY problem from Lesson 16 |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 16 - Differentiation Techniques - Consolidation Assigned on Thursday, Oct 27 Due: Monday, Oct 31 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 20.2, p668, Q2g,6,9,22 & then some from Ex 20.3, p677, Q1de,2c,7,13 From Lesson 16, practice with Q15,16,17 Oh - another thought - Start looking at the problems in the three review sets I put into our google folder!! |
After DAY 2 of Lesson 16 - Differentiation Techniques - Consolidation Assigned on Sunday, Oct 30 Due: Tuesday, Nov 1 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 20.2, p668, Q2g,6,9,22 & then some from Ex 20.3, p677, Q1de,2c,7,13 From Lesson 16, practice with Q15,16,17 Oh - another thought - Start looking at the problems in the three review sets I put into our google folder!! |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 16 - Differentiation Techniques - Consolidation Assigned on Monday, Oct 24 Due: Thursday, Oct 27 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 20.2, p668, Q2g,6,9,22 & then some from Ex 20.3, p677, Q1de,2c,7,13 From Lesson 16, make sure you understand how to do Q1-12 Oh - another thought - how about a HW Quiz on the Chain Rule for Thursday? ..... OK, good idea!! |
After DAY 1 of Lesson 16 - Differentiation Techniques - Consolidation Assigned on Tuesday, Oct 25 Due: Sunday, Oct 30 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 20.2, p668, Q2g,6,9,22 & then some from Ex 20.3, p677, Q1de,2c,7,13 From Lesson 16, make sure you understand how to do Q1-12 Oh - another thought - how about a HW Quiz on the Chain Rule for Sunday? ..... OK, good idea!! |
After Lesson 15 - Further Differentiation Techniques - Chain Rule Assigned on Thursday, Oct 20 Due: Monday, Oct 24 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 19.3, p632, Q6-8 & then some from Q9 Continue your trig practice ==> from the Nelson 11 textbook, Chap 6.6 on page 546, do some from Q4 & 5. To see examples, see pages 541 - 544 From Lesson 15, make sure you can eventually do Q1-9 in Section G Oh - another thought - how about another HW Quiz on Monday? ..... OK, good idea!! Video Help for Chain Rule: For Polynomial based composite functions - from mathbff For exponential based composite functions - from mathispower4u For trig based composite functions - from mathispower4u |
After Lesson 15 - Further Differentiation Techniques - Chain Rule Assigned on Sunday, Oct 23 Due: Tuesday, Oct 25 For further TECHNIQUE practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 19.3, p632, Q6-8 & then some from Q9 Continue your trig practice ==> from the Nelson 11 textbook, Chap 6.6 on page 546, do some from Q4 & 5. To see examples, see pages 541 - 544 From Lesson 15, make sure you can eventually do Q1-9 in Section G Oh - another thought - how about another HW Quiz on Tuesday? ..... OK, good idea!! Video Help for Chain Rule: For Polynomial based composite functions - from mathbff For exponential based composite functions - from mathispower4u For trig based composite functions - from mathispower4u |
After Lesson 14 - Further Differentiation Techniques Assigned on Tuesday, Oct 18 Due: Thursday, Oct 20 From Lesson 14, make sure you can do Q1-6 For further practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 19.3, p632, Q1-4 and Ex 19.4, p636, Q1 vi, xii, xiii, xv, 2) Trig practice ==> from the Nelson 11 textbook, Chap 6.6 on page 546, do some from Q4 & 5. To see examples, see pages 541 - 544 Oh - another thought - how about a HW Quiz? ..... OK, good idea!! |
After Lesson 14 - Further Differentiation Techniques Assigned on Wednesday, Oct 19 Due: Sunday, Oct 23 For simple technique practice, try some from Cirrito, 3rd ed, Ex 19.3, p632, Q1-4 and Ex 19.4, p636, Q1 vi, xii, xiii, xv, 2) Trig practice ==> from the Nelson 11 textbook, Chap 6.6 on page 546, do some from Q4 & 5. To see examples, see pages 541 - 544 Oh - another thought - how about a HW Quiz? ..... OK, good idea!! EVENTUALLY, you should be able to do Q1-6 from Lesson 14 |
After Lesson 13 - Differentiation of Sinusoidal, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Assigned on Sunday, Oct 16 Due: Tuesday, Oct 18 Make sure you can do ALL questions from Lesson 13 (so finish Q4 - 10) from Lesson 13 |
After Lesson 13 - Differentiation of Sinusoidal, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Assigned on Monday, Oct 17 Due: Wednesday, Oct 19 Make sure you can do ALL questions from Lesson 13 (so finish Q4 - 10) from Lesson 13 |
After Lesson 12 - Curve Sketching & Derivatives Assigned on Thursday, Sept 29 Due: Tuesday, Oct 4 Make sure you can do ALL questions (Set #2 & Set #3) from Lesson 12 From the Cirrito textbook, Ex 20.2, p668-9, Q1ab,2ehl,11,(difficult - 17,28) and then Ex 20.3, p677, Q1abc, 2ab |
After Lesson 12 - Curve Sketching & Derivatives Assigned on Monday, Oct 3 Due: Wednesday, Oct 5 Make sure you can do ALL questions (Set #2 & Set #3) from Lesson 12 From the Cirrito textbook, Ex 20.2, p668-9, Q1ab,2ehl,11,(difficult - 17,28) and then Ex 20.3, p677, Q1abc, 2ab |
After Lesson 11 - Concavity & the Second Derivative Assigned on Tuesday, Sept 27 Due: Thursday, Sept 29 Complete Q3cdf, 4ab, 5, 8fhi, 12 on pg 329 - 332 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.7 on the Second Derivative & Concavities Here are three videos that you can watch to reinforce ideas for Lesson 11, associated with concavities VIDEO #1 from mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Khan Academy VIDEO #3 from Patrickjmt |
After Lesson 11 - Concavity & the Second Derivative Assigned on Wednesday, Sept 28 Due: Sunday, Oct 2 Complete Q3cdf, 4ab, 5, 8fhi, 12 on pg 329 - 332 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.7 on the Second Derivative & Concavities Here are three videos that you can watch to reinforce ideas for Lesson 11, associated with concavities VIDEO #1 from mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Khan Academy VIDEO #3 from Patrickjmt |
After Lesson 10 - First Derivative Test Assigned on Sunday, Sept 25 Due: Tuesday, Sept 27 Complete Q6bcefh, 7egh,9,10,19 on pg 293-4 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.3 on the First Derivative Test Here are three videos that you can watch to preview/reinforce ideas for Lesson 11, associated with concavities VIDEO #1 from mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Khan Academy VIDEO #3 from Patrickjmt |
After Lesson 10 - First Derivative Test Assigned on Monday, Sept 26 Due: Wednesday, Sept 28 Complete Q6bcefh, 7egh,9,10,19 on pg 293-4 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.3 on the First Derivative Test Here are three videos that you can watch to review ideas from Lesson 10 on the first derivative test: VIDEO #1 from mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Krista King VIDEO #3 from Eugene Hall |
After Lesson 9 - Intervals of Increase and Decrease Assigned on Wednesday, Sept 21 Due: Sunday, Sept 25 Complete Q7gh,8bcd,9,10,14,15,17 on pg 273-275 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.1 Here are three videos that you can watch to reinforce/review the calculus ideas associated with using calculus to find intervals of increase and decrease in polynomial functions VIDEO #1 from larryschmidt VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u VIDEO #3 from Belcastro Math |
For Lesson 9 - Intervals of Increase and Decrease Assigned on Tuesday, Sept 20 Due: Thursday, Sept 22 To PREPARE for the concepts of this lesson, begin by watching these videos and recording the examples: VIDEO #1 from larryschmidt VIDEO #2 from mathispower4u VIDEO #3 from Belcastro Math Complete Q7gh,8bcd,9,10,14,15,17 on pg 273-275 from Nelson 12, Chap 4.1 |
After Lesson 8 - Graphical Differentiation DAY 1 Assigned on Thursday, Sept 8 Due: Monday, Sept 19 Complete Q4-9, 10,17,18,26-29 from this worksheet Video Help from Patrickjmt => |
After Lesson 8 - Graphical Differentiation DAY 1 Assigned on Sunday, Sept 18 Due: Tuesday, Sept 20 Complete Q4-9, 10,17,18,26-29 from this worksheet Video Help from Patrickjmt => |
After Lesson 6 - The Derivative as a Function Assigned on Wednesday, Aug 31 Due: Sunday, Sept 4 From the OXFORD SL textbook, Exercise 7G, pg207, Q1,2a,3ac,4,5 From Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.6, page 229-231, Q6,9bc,14ii,iii,15 |
After Lesson 6 - The Derivative as a Function Assigned on Thursday, Sept 1 Due: Monday, Sept 5 From the OXFORD SL textbook, Exercise 7G, pg207, Q1,2a,3ac,4,5 From Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.6, page 229-231, Q6,9bc,14ii,iii,15 |
After Lesson 5 - The Derivative of a Function at a Point - First Principles Assigned on Monday, Aug 29 Due: Wednesday, Aug 31 From Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.4, page 214, Q7 To review concepts & skills dealing with these limit calculations ==> VIDEO #1 (Quadratic Fcns) from Nicolas Basil and VIDEO #2 from MySecretMathTutor |
After Lesson 5 - The Derivative of a Function at a Point - First Principles Assigned on Tuesday, Aug 30 Due: Thursday, Sept 1 From Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.4, page 214, Q7 To review concepts & skills dealing with these limit calculations ==> VIDEO #1 (Quadratic Fcns) from Nicolas Basil and VIDEO #2 from MySecretMathTutor |
After Lesson 4 - Limits and Instantaneous Rates of Change Assigned on Thursday, Aug 25 Due: Monday, Aug 29 From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 595-6, Ex 18.3, Q1bcd, 3cdhi,5 To p/review concepts & skills dealing with these limit calculation ==> with quadratic functions from rootmath and cubic functions and then with root functions and finally rational functions (the last three videos from Math Videos from Heather) |
After Lesson 4 - Limits and Instantaneous Rates of Change Assigned on Sunday, Aug 28 Due: Tuesday, Aug 30 From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 595-6, Ex 18.3, Q1bcd, 3cdhi,5 To p/review concepts & skills dealing with these limit calculation ==> with quadratic functions from rootmath and cubic functions and then with root functions and finally rational functions (the last three videos from Math Videos from Heather) |
After Lesson 3 - Introduction to Limits and Linearity Assigned on Tuesday, Aug 23 Due: Thursday, Aug 25 (1) To conclude your practice with Average Rates of Change: From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, make sure you do Q4,6,10 - if you haven't already done these (2) To p/review concepts & skills dealing with Limits ==> VIDEO #1 - Conceptual from Mathispower4u (more important for our SL experience) and VIDEO #2 - Algebraic also from Mathispower4u. So, to practice with the idea of limits (graphically), from your OXFORD Textbook, Exercise 7B on page 200, do Q1-6 (having watched VIDEO #1 helps!!!) To practice from a different graphing perspective), work through WS #1 (easy) and a more difficult WS #2, Q1-6 & 13,14 |
After Lesson 3 - Introduction to Limits and Linearity Assigned on Wednesday, Aug 24 Due: Sunday, Aug 28 (1) To conclude your practice with Average Rates of Change: From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, make sure you do Q4,6,10 - if you haven't already done these (2) To p/review concepts & skills dealing with Limits ==> VIDEO #1 - Conceptual from Mathispower4u (more important for our SL experience) and VIDEO #2 - Algebraic also from Mathispower4u. So, to practice with the idea of limits (graphically), from your OXFORD Textbook, Exercise 7B on page 200, do Q1-6 (having watched VIDEO #1 helps!!!) To practice from a different graphing perspective), work through WS #1 (easy) and a more difficult WS #2, Q1-6 & 13,14 > |
After Lesson 2 - Average Rates of Change Assigned on Sunday, Aug 21 Due: Tuesday, Aug 23 (1) From our Lesson 2 notes complete Part F (Example #4). (2) To practice working with Average Rates of Change: From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, do some of Q4,5,6,10 (3) to preview concepts & skills dealing with instantaneous rates of change VIDEO #1 from MySecretMath Tutor VIDEO #2 from Dan Monenineteen If you feel you "get it", try some of these questions for practice from Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.1, p172- 183, Q1-4 on p178 |
After Lesson 2 - Average Rates of Change Assigned on Monday, Aug 22 Due: Wednesday, Aug 24 (1) From our Lesson 2 notes complete Part F (Example #4). (2) To practice working with Average Rates of Change: From the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, do some of Q4,5,6,10 (3) to preview concepts & skills dealing with instantaneous rates of change VIDEO #1 from MySecretMath Tutor VIDEO #2 from Dan Monenineteen If you feel you "get it", try some of these questions for practice from Nelson 12 Advanced Functions & Calculus, Chap 3.1, p172- 183, Q1-4 on p178 |
After Lesson 1 - The Three Parabolas Problem Assigned on Wednesday, Aug 17 Due: Sunday, Aug 21 (1) From our Lesson 1 notes complete Q13 - 21. (2) Watch the videos linked below dealing with average rates of change: VIDEO #1 from Mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Patrickjmt OPTIONAL: if you don't watch the videos, then practice Average RoC from the textbook exercises ==> from the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, Q2,4,5,6,10 |
After Lesson 1 - The Three Parabolas Problem Assigned on Thursday, Aug 18 Due: Monday, Aug 22 (1) From our Lesson 1 notes complete Q13 - 21. (2) Watch the videos linked below dealing with average rates of change: VIDEO #1 from Mathispower4u VIDEO #2 from Patrickjmt OPTIONAL: if you don't watch the videos, then practice Average RoC from the textbook exercises ==> from the Cirrito 3rd ed textbook, page 586-7, Ex 18.1, Q2,4,5,6,10 |