posted Jun 9, 2014, 11:19 AM by Jonathan Rothman
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Monday, June 9  Regents Review Day 3 & MiniLesson: Euler's Number & the Natural Log  LO: We will review last Tuesday's Mock Regents.
 Essential Question: What is the base of the Natural Log?
 Today's Handout: e and the natural Log
 Homework: DeltaMath

posted Jun 2, 2014, 6:12 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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Friday, June 6  Review Day 2 & MiniLesson: Correlation & Regression  LO: We will review our Mock Regents.
 Essential Question: Do we know how much we don't know?
 Minilesson: Correlation & Regression
 Homework: DeltaMath
 Next Monday's Quiz options: Correlation & Regression, Graphs of Sinusoidal Functions
Wednesday, June 4  Review Day 1 & Minilesson: Combinations & Permutations  LO: We will review Tuesday’s mock Regents.
 Essential Question: When should we use combinations and when should we use permutations to determine the total number of ways that something can happen?
 Today's Handout: Combinations & Permutations
 Homework: Complete the Handout
 DeltaMath  on Today's Regents review topics: Factor by Grouping, Difference of Squares, Solve Reciprocal Trig Functions.
8th Period Topic:  LO: YWBAT to determine how many triangles are possible given 2 sides and one angle..
 Essential Question: What arrangement of 2 sides and 1 angle gives rise to the ‘ambiguous case’?
 Handout: Ambiguous Case
Tuesday, June 3  Mock Regents! 1  4 pm
Monday, June 2  graphs of Sinusoidal Functions  Learning Objective: YWBAT write the equation given the graph of a sine or cosine function.
 Essential Question: How is the unit circle related to the graphs of the trig functions?
 Today's Handouts: Graphs of Sine and Cosine
 Homework: Complete the handout

posted May 28, 2014, 4:58 AM by Jonathan Rothman
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Saturday Class  Sequences, Series, and Summation Part 1: Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences
Friday, may 30  Difference/Sum Formulas & Double Angle Formulas
Thursday, May 29  Trig Equations with Identities  LO: You will be able to use Trig Identities to solve trig equations.
 Essential Question: How many trig identities do we have to memorize and how many are we given?
 Today's Handout: Pythagorean Quadratic Trig & Graphing Sine & Cosine
 Homework: Complete the Handout
Wednesday, May 28  Quadratic Trig Equations  LO: You will be able to solve quadratic trigonometric equations.
 Essential Question: What do we want to “get by itself” to solve trig equations?
 Today's Handout: Quadratic Trig Equations
 Homework: Complete the handout
LearnZillion Video: Recursive Sequences
Tuesday, May 27  Linear Trig Equations  LO: You will be able to solve trigonometric equations.
 Essential Question: How can the unit circle help us solve trig equations?
 Today's Handout: Linear Trig Equations
 Homework: Complete Today's Handout

posted May 19, 2014, 5:05 AM by Jonathan Rothman
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Saturday, May 24  Standard Deviation & the Standard Normal Curve  LO: Given a set of observations, YWBAT determine the standard deviation of that data set.
 Essential Question: What does the standard deviation tell us about a data set?
 Handouts: Standard Deviation & Standard Normal Curve
LearnZillion Videos:
Thursday, May 22  Reference Angles & Cofunctions  LO You will use reference angles to create equivalent trig functions with acute angles.
 Essential Question Why would we need to create equivalent acute trig functions?
 Handouts: Reference Angles & Cofunctions
Wednesday, May 21  Signs of Trig Functions  LO: You will be able to determine which quadrant the terminal side of an angle is in, given the sign (+ or ) of its trig functions.
 Essential Question: Why is it important to know the sign value of a trig function in a particular quadrant?
 Today's Handout: Signs of Trig Functions
 Homework: Complete today's handout/
Tuesday, may 20  Putting the Unit Circle to Use  LO: You will use the unit circle to simplify trig expressions.
 Essential Question: What part of the unit circle do we refer to when we’re trying to find the angle of a trig function?
 Today's Handout: Evaluate Angles around the Unit Circle
 Homework: complete the handout
Monday, May 19  Special Right Triangles & the Unit Circle  LO: You will use the ratios of the sides of special right triangles to fill in the points around the unit circle.
 Essential Question: How is the unit circle connected to triangles?
 Today's Handouts: Coordinates of the Unit Circle Discovery & Blank Unit Circle
 Homework: DeltaMath  Special Right Triangles, Exact value of trig functions

posted May 13, 2014, 2:16 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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updated May 19, 2014, 5:02 AM
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Saturday, May 17  Saturday Class: Binomial Probability  LO: You will be able to determine the likelihood of a compound event.
 Essential Question: What kinds of events have only two possible outcomes?
 Essential Question: How do words like exactly, at least, and at most change how we compute the probability of an event?
 Today's Handout: Binomial Probability
 Homework: DeltaMath
Friday, May 16  Reciprocal Trig Functions & Identities  LO: YWBAT to determine the ratios of all six trig functions.
 Essential Question: What happens when we multiply reciprocal trig functions? OR Since when were there six trig functions?
 Today's Handouts: Reciprocal Functions
 Homework: DeltaMath   Identifying reciprocal trig ratios, Reciprocal trig functions, Finding trig ratios.
Thursday, May 15  Coterminal Angles & Degreesº, Minutes', Second" Wednesday, May 14  Standard Position & Arc Length  LO: You will be able to find the length of an arc given the measure of the angle that subtends that arc.
 Essential Question: How does arc length relate to radian measure?
 Today's Handouts: Standard Position & Arc Length
 Homework: Complete Both Handouts
Tuesday, may 13  Radians, Degrees, and "Useful" partitions of a Circle  learning Objective : You will apply radian and degree measures to break up a circle into “useful” sections.
 Essential Question: How are radians a more natural way of describing angle measure?
 Today's Handout: Circles Broken in 8ths & 12ths
 Homework: Complete today's Handout
Monday, may 12  Introduction to Trigonometry  Learning Objective: You will be able to convert from degrees to radians (and back).
 Essential Question: What is a Radian?
 Today's Handout: Radian Measure Activity
 Homework: Complete today's Handout
 Deltamath  convert from Radians to degrees, Degrees to radians.

posted May 5, 2014, 1:37 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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Friday, May 9  Log Equations  LO: YWBAT solve log equations.
 Essential Question: Why is there a restriction on the domain of log functions?
 Today's Handouts: Log Equations & Test 6 REview Packet
 Homework: DeltaMath
 Complete the Log Equations Worksheet
Thursday, May 8  Properties of Logs Wednesday, May 7  Like Bases, Introduction to Logarithms  LO: You will be able to convert from an exponential to a logarithmic equation (and back).
 Essential Question: What is the inverse of an exponential function?
 Today's handouts: Like Bases & Introduction to Logarithms
 Homework: DeltaMath
Tuesday, May 6  Exponential Growth & Decay, Like Bases  LO: YWBAT solve exponential word problems.
 Essential Question: How can we get x by itself when x is an exponent?
 Today's Handout: Growth & Decay Word Problems 2
 Homework: DeltaMath
Monday, may 5  Exponential Growth & Decay Word Problems  LO: You will be able to calculate the rate of growth or decay.
 Essential Question: How can we tell if we have growth or decay?
 Today's Handout: Growth & Decay Word Problems
 Homework: DeltaMath  Exponential Functions (3 Correct)
 Complete Side 1 of today's handout

posted Apr 28, 2014, 12:56 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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Friday, May 2  Test & introduction to Exponential Decay and Growth  LO: YWBAT calculate the rate of exponential growth or decay.
 Essential Question What every day changes can be modeled by exponential growth and decay?
 Today's Handout: Exponential Growth & Decay
 Homework: DeltaMath
Thursday, May 1  Test Review  LO: You will Review for Tomorrow's Test
 Handout: Review Sheet  worth up to 2 points on tomorrow's test
 Homework: DeltaMath
Wednesday, April 30  Quadratic Inequalities  LO: YWBAT solve quadratic inequalities.
 Essential Question: What part of the graph paper is > the line y = 0? What part is < than the line y=0? What part is = the line y=0?
 Today's Handouts: Quadratic Inequalities INtro & Regents Questions
 Homework: complete both handouts
Tuesday, April 29  Sum & Product of the Roots  LO: YWBAT calculate the product and the sum of the roots of a quadratic.
 Essential Question: How are the roots of a quadratic related to the coefficients and constants of its equation?
 Today's Handout: Sum & Product of the Roots
 Homework: Complete Today's Handout
Monday, April 28  Uses of Completing the Square  LO: Given a Quadratic in standard form, YWBAT put it in vertex Form by Completing the square.
 Essential Question: Why do the solutions we get when we solve by completing the square look so similar to the ones we get when we use the quadratic formula?
 Today's Handout: Complete the Square Part 2
 Homework: Complete today's handout
 DeltaMath  Find the complete the Square Constant (3), Complete the Square (3), Vertex Form (3), Center Radius Form (3)

posted Apr 22, 2014, 3:33 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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Friday, April 25  Complete the Square Part 1  LO: YWBAT solve by completing the square.
 Essential Question: Can we solve a quadratic without setting it equal to 0?
 Today's Handouts: Exploration  Complete the Square & Complete the Square Practice
 Homework: Complete the Handouts
 DeltaMath  complete the Squared rational solutions (4), complete the Square Irrational solutions (4), Find the Complete the Square constant (2)
Thursday, April 24  Vertex Form  LO: You will be able to graph a parabola (quickly) given its quadratic equation.
 Essential question: Where have we seen vertex form before?
 Today's Handout: Vertex Form
 Homework: Complete today's handout
 Khan Academy (Log in Through DeltaMath)  Graphing Quadratics in Vertex Form
Wednesday, April 23  Graphing Quadratics

posted Apr 7, 2014, 6:10 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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Friday, April 11  Graphing Quadratics  LO: You will be able to graph quadratics using parts of the quadratic formula.
 Essential Question: How much information does the quadratic formula contain?
 Today's Handouts: Graphing Quadratics Notesheet & Graphing Quadratics
 Homework: Complete the Graphing Quadratics Handout
 DeltaMath  Vertex & Axis of Symmetry, Discriminant and the nature of the roots, & Finding the roots from the graph
Thursday, April 10  Quadratics Part 1, Review and Test Day
Wednesday, April 9  The Discriminant  LO: You will be able to use the discriminant to determine the type of roots of a quadratic equation.
 Essential Question: Do we need to find the roots to determine what kind of roots a quadratic has?
 Today's Handouts: The discriminant
 Homework: Complete the handouts
 DeltaMath  Find the nature of the roots given the discriminant (timed), the discriminant (4), Nature of the roots (4)
Tuesday, April 8  Quadratic Formula  LO: YWBAT use the quadratic formula.
 Essential Question: When do we use the quadratic formula?
 Today's Handouts: Factorable or Not Exploration & Quadratic Formula
 Homework: complete the Quadratic Formula handout
 DeltaMath  Quadratic formula
Monday, April 7  Solving Quadratics  LO: You will be able to find the roots of a quadratic.
 Essential Question: What is the use of factoring?
 Today's handouts: Roots of a Quadratic & Solving Quadratics
 Homework: Complete both handouts
 DeltaMath  Solve Quadratics (6) and set Quadratics equal to zero.

posted Mar 30, 2014, 9:31 PM by Jonathan Rothman
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updated Apr 7, 2014, 7:21 PM
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Friday, April 4  difference of Squares  LO: YWBAT factor a difference of squares.
 Essential Question: Can we factor binomial quadratics that do not have perfect squares?
 Today's Handout: Difference of Squares
 Homework: DeltaMath
This Weekend's Video:
Thursday, April 3  Factoring Trinomials  LO: You will be able to factor trinomials.
 Essential Question: What can we do to factor quadratics more quickly when a = 1?
 Today's Handout: Factoring Trinomials
 Homework: DeltaMath  Greatest common Factor (3), Factor Trinomials (4), master Product Trinomial Factoring (2)
Tonight's Video: Difference of Perfect Squares  on Educanon
Wednesday, April 2  Factor by Grouping & the number Puzzle  LO: You will be able to factor trinomials.
 Essential Question: What can we do to factor quadratics more quickly when a = 1?
 Today's Handout: Factor by Grouping & number Puzzles
 Homework: DeltaMath
Tuesday, April 1  Quadratics Unit Begins! Greatest Common Factor  LO: YWBAT find the greatest common factor of a polynomial.
 Essential Question: Can algebraic expressions be prime?
 Today's Handout: Greatest Common Factor
 Homework: Complete Today's Handout
 DeltaMath: GCF Level 1 (3), GCF Level 2 (3), FActor by Grouping (4)
 Reminder: Quiz tomorrow! 9am! Imaginary & Complex Numbers.
Monday, March 31  Rationalizing Complex Numbers  LO: YWBAT rationalize complex numbers.
 Essential Question: How many numbers can be considered complex?
 Today's Handouts: Rationalize Complex Numbers & Complex Numbers Quiz Review (quiz on Wednesday!)
 Homework: Complete the Rationalize complex numbers handout
 Deltamath  Add and subtract imaginary numbers (3), Rationalize complex numbers (4)
 Remember! Due Tomorrow! Regents Packet 1! Download the Instructions Here and the Packet Here.
Educanon.com Video: Greatest Common Factor (access the lesson by going to Educanon.com and signing in with your Google Account).

