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Honors PreCalculus (Period 2)

Instructor
Angie Henderson
Department
Upper School

Course Description

Week 7

9/16: Lesson 2.1

9/17: Lesson 2.2

9/18: Lesson 2.2

9/19: Lesson 2.5

9/20: Lesson 2.5

 

Objectives

    • Be able to solve systems of equations graphically 
    • Be able to solve systems of equations graphically 
    • Be able to graph systems of inequalities
    • Be able to find the maximum or minimum values of a function defined for a polygonal convex set.
    • Be able to identify and graph piecewise functions including greatest integer, step, and absolute value functions. ACOS 18a

Week 6

9/9: Lesson 1.7

9/10: Lesson 1.8

9/11: Review

9/12: Review

9/13: Ch. 1 Test Part 2

 

Objectives

  • Be able to identify and graph piecewise functions including greatest integer, step, and absolute value functions. ACOS 18a
  • Be able to graph linear inequalities

Week 5

9/2: Labor Day

9/3: Correct Tests

9/4: Lesson 1.7

9/5: Lesson 1.7

9/6: Lesson 1.7

 

Objectives

  • Be able to identify and graph piecewise functions including greatest integer, step, and absolute value functions. ACOS 18a
  • Be able to graph linear inequalities

Week 4

8/26: Lesson 1.5

8/27: Lesson 1.6

8/28: Review

8/29: Review

8/30: Ch. 1 Test

 

Objectives

  • Be able to write linear equations.
  • Be able to write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.
  • Be able to write a prediction equation.
  • Be able to use a graphing calculator to compute correlation coefficients to determine goodness of fit. ACOS 42 [S-ID8]
  • Be able to solve problems using prediction equation models.

Week 3

8/19:  Lesson 1.4

8/20: Lesson 1.3

8/21: Review

8/22: 1.1-1.4 Quiz

8/23: Lesson 1.5

 

Objectives

      • Be able to write linear equations.
      • Be able to write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.
      • Be able to write a prediction equation.
      • Be able to use a graphing calculator to compute correlation coefficients to determine goodness of fit. ACOS 42 [S-ID8]
      • Be able to solve problems using prediction equation models.

Week 2

8/12:  Lesson 1.1

8/13: Lesson 1.1

8/14: Lesson 1.2

8/15: Lesson 1.3

8/16: Lesson 1.4

 

Objectives

    • Be able to write linear equations.
    • Be able to write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines.
    • Be able to write a prediction equation.
    • Be able to use a graphing calculator to compute correlation coefficients to determine goodness of fit. ACOS 42 [S-ID8]
    • Be able to solve problems using prediction equation models.
    • Be able to identify and graph piecewise functions including greatest integer, step, and absolute value functions. ACOS 18a

 Week 1

8/8:  Go over class procedures and syllabus

8/9: Lesson 1.1

 

 

This weeks objectives:

  • Be able to determine whether a given relation is a function and perform operations with functions.
  • Be able to evaluate and find zeros of linear functions using functional notation.