### Feb 10-14

posted Feb 10, 2014, 12:59 PM by Jonathan Rothman   [ updated Feb 18, 2014, 4:16 PM ]
 Friday, Febraury 14 - Composition of Functions take-home LessonLO:   YWBAT compose two or more functions..Essential Question:  Is there a difference between f(g(x)) and g(f(x))? to complete this Self-paced Lesson:Watch the videos.  Take notes while watching them.  Complete the DeltaMath problems - go to www.deltamath.com.Complete this handout - if you can't print the handout, copy the problems onto looseleaf and show all your work.If you are not going on the 3D PrintShow trip, this assignment is due To by 2:30pm.  If you are going on the trip, it is due on the Monday that we return from mid-winter break.  Thursday, February 13 - Snow FoulWednesday, February 12 - Domain & Range Part 2LO:  YWBAT state the domain and range of a function using interval notation and set builder notation.Essential Question:  How can we efficiently summarize the information that is given to us by a graph?Homework:  Deltamath - Domain and range (2), Domain Graphically (3), Range Graphically (3)Domain & Range HandoutTonight's Video:  Evaluating composite functionsTuesday, February 11 - Domain & Range Part 1LO: YWBAT state the domain and range of a function using interval notation and set builder notation.Essential Question:  How can we efficiently summarize the information that is given to us by a graph?Handout - Interval and Set Builder Notation NotesHomework:  DeltaMath  Interval Representations (5),  Visual Domain and Range (5)Tonight's Video:  Understand Division with 1 and 0Monday, February 10 - Function NotationLO: YWBAT write an equation using function notation.Essential Question: What does function notation tell us that y= notation cannot?In-class Handout: Function Notation and Presentation SlidesHomework:  DeltaMath - Parenthesizing (4), Evaluate Functions (4), Evaluate Functions graphically (4)Function Notation HandoutWatch the LearnZillion Video - Domain & Range of a Function (Note:  To get credit for watching, Log in before watching)