Please complete the following assignments for Wednesday. Expect a quiz on the both assignments.
- Complete the eight problems that you copied in class. Graph the function and write the equation in all three forms.
- m=-3, (0,-4)
- m = 4/7, (1,3)
- Pages 255-258, problems 1-18 (all).
Please complete the following assignments. they will be the final four grades for this first marking period.
Pages 205- 207, 1-16 (all)
Pages 215-17, 1-18 (all)
Pages 221-226, examples and fill-in the blanks
Pages 227 – 230, 1-18 (all)
Good morning. I can’t be with you today, still moving. The process is taking a lot longer than we expected. None the less, the learning continues.
Complete the introductory and example sections for 5.1 and 5.2. Once that is complete start the homework section. Please complete sections 5.1 and 5.2 homework sections, problems 1-20 for each section.
Hello and I hope you did well on the Topic 2 assessment. Today’s classwork (finished at home) is our first venture into topic 3. One quick reminder, topic 3 and topic 4 will be assessed together. That means we have to study hard, review and not forget what we have learned.
Read and complete all sample / example problems for sections 5.1 and 5.2.
Stop at the homework section. We will do that in class after I lecture on that material.
Hello everyone and welcome back.
We will be taking the topic 2 mini assessment on Thursday, October 13, 2016. In preparation for that test please complete the following assignments.
Pages 149-154 (all), 187-194 (all).
Also, you will find three additional assignments when you log onto your online textbook. These are also due Thursday. Please careful it is possible that two of the online assignments are identical to the work in your book.
Any questions, please contact me via email or stop by during second lunch.
Please complete problems 11, 13, 15 and 17 for each of the following sections; 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3.
This assignment is started in class and completed for home learning.
Should there be a strong storm hitting our area, please be safe.