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Honors PreCalculus (Period 2)

Instructor
Angie Henderson
Department
Upper School
Terms
Fall Semester

Course Description

Week 18

12/2: 4.1 Quiz

12/3: Review

12/4: Review

Week 17

12/2: Lesson 4.1

12/3: Lesson 4.1

12/4: Lesson 4.1

12/5: Lesson 4.1

12/6: Lesson 4.1

 

Objectives

  • Solve and graph polynomial equations.
  • Be able to solve quadratic equations by factoring, the quadratic formula, and by completing the square.  

Week 16

11/18: Lesson 3.7

11/19: Lesson 3.7

11/20: Lesson 3.7

11/21: Review

11/22: 3.7 Test

 

Objectives

    • Be able to graph rational functions.
    • Graph functions expressed symbolically, and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated cases.* [F-IF7]

Week 15

11/11: Veteran's Day

11/12: Lesson 3.7

11/13: Lesson 3.7

11/14: Lesson 3.7

11/15: Lesson 3.7

 

Objectives

  • Be able to graph rational functions.
  • Graph functions expressed symbolically, and show key features of the graph, by hand in simple cases and using technology for more complicated cases.* [F-IF7]
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Week 14

11/4: Lesson 3.8

11/5: Review

11/6: Review

11/7: Ch. 3 Test Part 1

11/8: Ch. 3 Test Part 2

 

Objectives

  • Use algebraic tests to determine if the graph of a relation is symmetrical
  • Classify functions as even or odd
  • Identify transformations of simple graphs
  • Sketch graphs of related functions. 18A [F-IF7b]
  • Graph polynomial, absolute value, and radical inequalities in two variables.
  • Solve absolute value inequalities.
  • Be able to find the inverse of a function. ) Determine the inverse of a function and a relation. (Alabama)
  • Be able to verify if two functions are inverses. ) (+) Verify by composition that one function is the inverse of another. [F-BF4b] 
  • ) (+) Read values of an inverse function from a graph or a table, given that the function has an inverse. [F-BF4c]
  • Find the extrema of a function
  • Solve problems involving direct, inverse, and joint variation
  • Be able to find discontinuities and end behaviors of functions

Week 13

10/28: 3.1-3.4 Quiz

10/29: Lesson 3.5

10/30: Lesson 3.6

10/31: Lesson 3.8

11/1: Lesson 3.8

 

Objectives

 
    • Use algebraic tests to determine if the graph of a relation is symmetrical
    • Classify functions as even or odd
    • Identify transformations of simple graphs
    • Sketch graphs of related functions. 18A [F-IF7b]
    • Graph polynomial, absolute value, and radical inequalities in two variables.
    • Solve absolute value inequalities.
    • Be able to find the inverse of a function. ) Determine the inverse of a function and a relation. (Alabama)
    • Be able to verify if two functions are inverses. ) (+) Verify by composition that one function is the inverse of another. [F-BF4b] 
    • ) (+) Read values of an inverse function from a graph or a table, given that the function has an inverse. [F-BF4c]
    • Find the extrema of a function
    • Solve problems involving direct, inverse, and joint variation
    • Be able to find discontinuities and end behaviors of functions

Week 12

10/21: Lesson 3.2

10/22: Lesson 3.3

10/23: Lesson 3.4

10/24: Review 

10/25: Quiz

 

Objectives

  • Use algebraic tests to determine if the graph of a relation is symmetrical
  • Classify functions as even or odd
  • Identify transformations of simple graphs
  • Sketch graphs of related functions. 18A [F-IF7b]
  • Graph polynomial, absolute value, and radical inequalities in two variables.
  • Solve absolute value inequalities.
  • Be able to find the inverse of a function. ) Determine the inverse of a function and a relation. (Alabama)
  • Be able to verify if two functions are inverses. ) (+) Verify by composition that one function is the inverse of another. [F-BF4b] 
  • ) (+) Read values of an inverse function from a graph or a table, given that the function has an inverse. [F-BF4c]
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Week 11

10/14: Fall Break

10/15: Lesson 3.1

10/16: PSAT

10/17: Lesson 3.2

10/18: Lesson 3.2

 

Objectives

    • Use algebraic tests to determine if the graph of a relation is symmetrical
    • Classify functions as even or odd
    • Identify transformations of simple graphs
    • Sketch graphs of related functions. 18A [F-IF7b]
    • Graph polynomial, absolute value, and radical inequalities in two variables.
    • Solve absolute value inequalities.

Week 10

10/7: Professional Development Day

10/8: Ch. 2 Test Part 2

10/9: Senior Picture Day

10/10: Lesson 3.1

10/11: Fall Break

 

Objectives

    • Be able to add, subtract, and multiply matrices. ACOS 10-11.
    • Be able to find the inverse and determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. ACOS 11
    • Be able to find the area of triangle given the 3 vertices using the determinant of a matrix. ACOS 11
    • Be able to solve systems of equations by cramer's rule and matrix equations.

Week 9

9/30: Lesson 2.5

10/1: Review

10/2: Ch. 2 Test Part 1

10/3: Ch. 2 Test Part 2

10/4: Wellness Fair

 

Objectives

 
  • Be able to add, subtract, and multiply matrices. ACOS 10-11.
  • Be able to find the inverse and determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. ACOS 11
  • Be able to find the area of triangle given the 3 vertices using the determinant of a matrix. ACOS 11
  • Be able to solve systems of equations by cramer's rule and matrix equations.
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Week 8

9/23: Lesson 2.6

9/24: Lesson 2.3

9/25: Lesson 2.3

9/26: Lesson 2.5

9/27: Lesson 2.5

 

Objectives

 
    • Be able to recognize situations where exactly one solution to a linear programming application may not exist. 
    • Be able to add, subtract, and multiply matrices. ACOS 10-11.
    • Be able to find the inverse and determinant of 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. ACOS 11
    • Be able to find the area of triangle given the 3 vertices using the determinant of a matrix. ACOS 11 [N-VM12]
    • Be able to solve systems of equations by cramer's rule and matrix equations of 2x2 and 3x3 systems. 

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.