Daily Assignments and Announcements

Note:  The date assigned is listed.  Assume the due date is the next class meeting unless otherwise noted.

 DATEASSIGNMENT
 FINAL
  •  Final Exam Review
  • Summary Sheet Topics:
    • CH 5:  Evaluating Trig and Inverse Trig
    • CH 6:  Graphing Trig and Word Problems
    • CH 5 Part 2:  Solving Triangles
    • CH 7:  Trig Identities
    • CH 12:  Sequences and Series
 6/9
  •  Infinite Series Homework (answers are in parentheses):  
    • 677/13 (0.1), 32 (1.33), 34 (diverges since r>1), 35 (0.222), 36 (20)
  • Test Review Problems
 6/8
  •  688/10, 11, 13, 23-25, 35-37, 41
 6/7
  •  660/18, 35, 36
  • 668/24-28
 6/6
  •  660/5-9, 15, 19, 23
  • 668/6-8, 17, 19, 21
 5/26
 5/25
  •  HW 7
 5/23
  •  381/4, 6, 17, 20
  • 383/3-7
  • 407/9, 10, 15, 16
 5/17
  •  HW # 4 (first one)
 5/16
  •  #1-2o on Verifying Practice worksheet
  • Short Quiz tomorrow on Verifying
 5/12
  •  HW 2
 5/10
 5/9
  •  Complete "Simplifying Practice 3" Handout
  • Quiz on Thursday - no notes allowed!
 5/5
  •  Due Tuesday:  HW 1 and "Simplifying Practice 2" Handout
 5/4
 4/25
  •  HW 5
    • Add this problem:  From a fixed point on the ground, a the angle of elevation to view an airplane flying at 35,000 feet changes from 70 degrees to 50 degrees.  How far must the airplane have traveled during that time?
  • Test on Thursday!  Review problems:
    • 298/31-38
    • 299/16-19, 22-24
    • Check all answers in the back of the book
      • FYI, some review problems have degree "Minutes" instead of decimals. To convert minutes to a decimal, divide the minutes by 60.
        • Ex:  38deg42' = 38 +42/60 = 38.7 deg
 4/19
  •  286/5-12
    • Law of Cosines Quiz on Friday
 4/7
  •  HW 4 due on Monday after break, 4/17
 4/4
  •  HW 3
 4/3
  •  HW 2
 3/29
 3/28
 3/23
  •  Graphing, Writing, and Solving Trig Equations handout
 3/22
  •  6.X Problems handout:
    • 8, 9, 10, 16b:  Make graph, solve on [0, 360] using inverses on your calculator

 3/21
  •  HW 6
 3/17
  •  6.x Problems Handout
 3/16
 3/9
  •  352/9, 12, 13, 14
 3/8
3/7 
  •   6.3 "Graphing Period and Amplitude" Handout
 3/6 
 3/3 
  • 305/34-45
 3/2
  •  Complete 6 graphs and corresponding charts
 2/24
 2/23
  •  332/30-35
    • Assume all angles in Q1 EXCEPT:
      • #31:  Q2
      • #33:  Q4
  • Test on Monday
 2/22 
 2/17
  •  Collected on Thur. 2/23:
    •  296/7-12, 17-26
    • 337/5-11 (remember:  sin-1 means arcsin)
 2/16
  •  Finish handout form class
  • Quiz on Friday:
    • Evaluating trig functions (see last week's quiz, or "Page 1-3" handouts from last week!)
    • Inverse trig functions ( arcsin, etc) 
 2/15
  • 331/9-11, 21-29 (skip 27)
 2/14
  • Handout "Inverse Intro"
 2/13
  •  Quiz Tomorrow
 2/10
 2/8 
  •  Finish Handout from class "Circular Functions Page 1"
 2/7 
 2/6 
 2/3
  •  HW 4
 2/2
  •  HW 3
 2/1 
  •  Quiz on angles tomorrow (5.1)
 1/31
 1/30

 1/27
  •  None
 1/26
 MID
You may make a 1 page "cheat sheet" (front only)

Summary sheets are due at the midterm.  There are 6 of them:
  • Unit 1
  • Ch. 3
  • Ch. 4 Part 1
  • Ch. 4 Part 2
  • Ch. 10
  • Ch. 11
For "extra credit" on the midterm, bring in on the day of the exam:
  • All review problems
  • Test folder
  • Summary sheets
  • Calculator/Desmos (no Chromebooks)
 1/12 
  
 1/11
  •  626/41-51 O
  • 639/8, 17, 21
 1/10
  •  Textbook:  Graph each using three points and an asymptote:  627/55, 56, 60 (change < to = )
  • Log Packet from today's class: #19-22, 25-29
 1/9 
 1/6 
 1/5
  •  HW 4 and Graphing logs handout
 1/4
  •  HW 2 and 3 !
 1/3
 12/20 
  • HW 8

  • Test Review:
    • The Circle:  529/7, 9, 22, 32
    • The Parabola:  539/9, 13, 19, 23
    • The Ellipse:  548/7, 13, 21, 27 (here "a" refers to the major axis length)
    • The Hyperbola:  556/7, 11, 22, 39
  • Answer key. 
 12/19 
 12/16
  •  HW 7
 12/15
  •  Quiz on Ellipses tomorrow
 12/14
  •  HW 6
 12/13
  •  HW 5
 12/12 
 12/9
  •  No HW :)
 12/8
  •  HW 4
  • Quiz tomorrow on Parabolas
 12/7
  •  HW 3
  • Quiz on Parabolas on Friday!
 12/6
  •  None :)
 12/2
  •  HW 2
 12/1 
 11/30 
 11/23
 11/22
  •  Complete "Post 4.7 Warm Up" Handout from class
  • Bring all of your summary sheets tomorrow!!
 11/21
  •  HW 4 (if you did the handout already -- or, vice-versa)
 11/19
  •   4-7 Practice Handout
 11/18
 11/17 
  •  Complete "4.6 Quiz Review Problems" (small handout from class)
 11/16
  •  221/21, 22, 23, 24
    • For each:  Solve by using the sign test we described in class.
    • Then, graph the fraction that's compared to zero and shade the part of the graph that corresponds to the solution.
  • Quiz tomorrow on Finding LCD and Solving Rational Equations
 11/15
  •  Complete worksheet from class (neatly!)
 11/14 
 11/9
 11/7
  •  Problems 9 and 10 on today's worksheet on a separate piece of paper.  Show your work for the LCM, then add the denominators.
 11/2
  • Complete Handout from Class
  • Page 200 #16, 19:  Use synthetic, get the remainder
  • Page 206 #11, 13, 15:  Find all of the roots using synthetic division
 11/1
  •  HW 3
  • Test on Friday!
 10/31 
 10/27 
 10/26
 10/25

 10/20
 10/19 
 10/18
  • Handout - Missing Points
  • Quiz on Graphs of Rational Functions tomorrow
 10/17 
 10/14 
 10/13
  •  Handout (4 detailed graphs of rational functions)
 10/11
  •  Complete 1/x Parent function chart
  •  139/3, 5-10 (write an equation for each), 19 (sketch the graph by hand for each)
  • 141/24, 25, 26 -- For each, include the 5 steps:  VA, HA, xint, yint, graph w points
 10/10 
 10/7 
 10/6
  •  Complete HW 2
  • Do HW 3
  • Complete Orange Handouts due next class meeting (Tuesday 10/11)
 10/5
  •   Finish the 2nd packet from class today
  • 122/5, 6
    • For each of these, write IN WORDS what happened to the parent function.  For example:  "Shifted 3 to the right"  or  "vertical stretch"
 10/4
 9/29 
 9/28
  •  HW 6
  • Test on Friday!
 9/27 
  •  For each of the following problems:
    • Determine if the functions are inverses algebraically by finding f(g(x)) or g(f(x)).  You can name the first equation f(x) and the second equation g(x)
    • Graph the equations on the calculator or Desmos.  Indicate if they have y=x symmetry or not.
  • 17/10, 11, 22-27 all
 9/26 
 9/23
  •  HW 4
 9/22
  •  Quiz on Friday:
    • 1.2 domain of functions (same as last quiz, consider zero in denominator and negative square roots)
    • 1.3 operations on functions
      • Add, subtract, multiply, divide, simplify
      • Composition
        • Find domain of composition
 9/21
  •  Complete 1.2 Practice Handout from Class
 9/20
  •  HW # 3
 9/19 -------------
 9/15
  •  Blue handout (from class) due Tuesday
  • Quiz on 1.1 on Tuesday
 9/14
  •  HW # 2
  • Download the DESMOS app on your phone/computer
 9/13
 9/12 ---------
 9/8
 9/9