Tuesday, January 9: rational functions quiz. HW: finish the takehome chapter 9 and 10 test and hand it in no later than Friday.
Monday, January 8: Composite Functions. HW: workbook p 10.3 all questions.
Friday, January 5: Product and Quotient of Functions. HW: workbook 10.2 all questions.
Thursday, January 4: 10.1 Sum and Difference of Functions. HW: workbook 10.1 all questions.
Wednesday, January 3: Solving rational equations algebraically and graphically. HW: workbook 9.3 all. Additional homework  workbook p 32324  complete all questions in preparation for Friday quiz.
Tuesday, Dec 19: 9.2  analyzing and describing graphs of rational functions. HW: workbook 9.2 all
Monday, Dec 18: Rational functions  graphing. HW: workbook p 301304 all.
Friday, Dec 15: word problems involving exp and log functions. Textbook p 401, 402, 413 and 414. do the chapter 8 review p 416418
Thursday, Dec 14: Word problems involving logarithms. 8.38.4quiz HW: complete all word problems in the workbook 8.18.3. Complete solutions are posted on the white board in the classroom.
Wednesday, Dec 13: Work period  review 8.3 and 8.4. All questions in the workbook except the word problems. Hw: finish 8.3 and 8.4 questions and review for tomorrow quiz on 8.3 and 8.4.
Tuesday, Dec 12: 8.1 and8.2 quiz. Work period. HW: continue working on logarithmic equations. 8.3 and 8.4 quiz on Thursday.
Monday, Dec 11: Exponential equation using logarithms. Logarithmic equations. HW: Logarithimc equations  complete solutions can be handed in for extra marks on Thursday. 8.18.2 quiz tomorrow.
Friday, Dec 8: Properties / Laws of logarithms. Finish the blue booklet. HW: graphing log functions can be handed in for marks on Monday  VA asymptote must be obvious, domain and range are stated, Graph has at least 2 exact points
Monday  Thursday: work period  work on 8.1 and 8.2 questions in the workbook  all. Work on portfolio items  optional.
Thursday, Nov 30: exponential functions and equations test. Hw:none
Wednesday, Nov 29: review for the exponential functions and equations test. HW: do the practice test in the textbook.
Tuesday, Nov 28: Schoolwide assembly. HW: workbook 7.3
Exponential function and equations test on Thursday.
Monday, Nov 27: Exponential equations: Hw: textbook p 364365 #210 and #12
Friday,Nov 24: Work period  transformations of exponential functions. Review of the Laws of exponents. HW: finish all handouts given in class on Thursday, workbook questions from 7.1 and 7.2
Thursday, Nov 23: Exponential function  graphs and transformations. HW: review the laws of exponents and work on the handouts given in class.
Wednesday, Nov 22: Trig test part 2. HW: none
Tuesday,Nov 21: Trig test part1. Hw: continue working on practice trig tests in your textbook.
Monday,Nov 20: work period  review for the trig tests. HW: ensure that you are familiar with all items in the review chart.
Friday, Nov 17; work period  work on quetions in 6.4 assignment. Review for the trig test by doing all therr practice tests in the textbook for chapters 4, 5 and 6.
Trig test #1 on Tuesday, Trig test #2 on Wednesday.
Thursday, Nov 16: 6.4 Solving trig equations using identities. HW:workbook 6.4 as many questions as you can. 6.4 assignment can be handed in for marks on Monday. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Wednesday, Nov 15: Proving and verifying trig idenitities. HW: finish the 18 questions in the yellow handout.
Tuesday,Nov 14: work period  working on 6.1 and 6.2 in the workbook. Answer all questions. HW: do questions notcompleted in class.
Thursday, Nov 9: Double angle, sum and difference identites. HW: questions from 6.2 #18 in the textbook to be completed and handed in for marks on Wednesday, Nov 15.
Wednesday, Nov 8:Introduction to trigonometric identities  reciprocal, quotient, Pythagorean. HW: textbook p 296297 #17 all
Tuesday, Nov 7: Work period  word problems with trig functions. HW: continue your work on the yellow assignment.
Monday, Nov 6: Work period. Practising graphing trig fuctions with applications. HW: finsish questions #46 in the handout.
Friday,Nov 3: work period. Review questions in the workbook. Textbook p 282285  do as many as you can. HW: Chapter 5 practice test in textbookp 286287 all questions
Thursday, Nov 2: Solving trigonometric equations by graphing. Graphing trigonometry fucntions based on a real life scenario. HW: workbook questions in 5.4
Wednesday, Nov 1: Polynomial test. HW: none if you do not owe me anything.
Tuesday, Oct 31: Review of chapter3 test. HW: finish the practice test in the textbook p 155156
Monday, Oct 30  Graphing tan x. HW: workbook read p 167, do questions p 171174,
Thursday and Friday Oct 2627 graphing sin x and cos x and their transformations. Continue working on trig equations and review questions from the textbook  all from unit 4. p 215219
Wednesday, Oct 25: Graphing sinx and cosx. HW: workbook 5.1
Tuesday, Oct 24: grad retreat. Hw: trig equations questions assigned on Monday  keep on working :)
Monday, Oct 23: Work period: workbook workbook p 141148, textbook p 215219  do all by Friday Oct 27.Polynomial test on Wednesday Nov 1. Trig quiz on Wednesday, Oct 25.
Thursday, Oct 19: Introduction to trigequations. HW: Finish the handout.
Wednesday, Oct18: Finding angle measure given a value of a basic or reciprocal trig ratio. HW: textbook your turn p 200.
Tuesday, Oct 17: work period. HW: complete all outstanding assignments.
Monday, Oct 16: Unit circle and coordinates of points on the unit circle. HW: textbook p 185 your turn, Workbook, questions from 4.1 and 4.2  do as many as you can.
IF you have not finished test #1 or test #2 you are required to do so tomorrow.
Friday, Oct 13: unit circle construction, special triangles, Hw: finish the blue and white handout that were given in class with the unit circle.
Thursday, Oct 12: Introduction trigonometry  angle measure, arc length, radian, conversions of angle measures, coterminal angles.
Wednesday, Oct 11 Work period continue your work and selfmarking of the polynomial assignment (yellow booklet).
Tuesday, Oct 10  Work Period  continue working on the yellow booklet. Due on Friday with corrections and selfassessment.
Introduction to Trigonometry questions  due on Thursday
Thursday, Sep28 analyzing graphs of polynomial functions. Hw finish examples 2 and 3 from the handout and do your turn p 139.
Wednesday, Sep 27  Unit 2test. HW: none if you are done with the greenassignment.
Tuesday,Sep 26 workperiod, review of unit 2. Textbook, review and practice text for unit2.
Monday, Sep. 25: The Factor Theorem the Integral Zero theorem. HW: workbook p 8890 leftcolumn questions only. all questions on p90
Friday, Sep 22: work period: Finish all questions in workbook 3.2, and do questions fromm the texbook p 124125.
Thrusday, Sep21: Remainder theorem, synthetic and long division. Hw: 6 synthetic divisions from the white handout  AK on the chalkboard. workbook 3.2.
Wednesday, Sep 20: Polynomial functions  introduction. HW: workbook p 7277. Do as many questions as you can.
Unit 2 test on Wednesday, September 27
Tuesday, Sep 19: Radical equations, work period. HW: finish the green assignment.Due tomorrow.
Monday, Sep 18: Radical equations, solve using any of the three methods, restrictions, verification, check. HW: work on the green assignment = inverse of a function and radic
al equations. Assignment due for marks on Wednesday Sep 20
Friday, Sep.15: Transformations test. HW: work on the inverse questions in the green assignment.
Thursday, Sep.14: Square root of a function. HW: workbook 2.2 as many questions as you can.
Wednesday,September 13: Radical function and its transformaions. HW: workbook p 4346.
Tuesday, Septemeber 12: work period. HW: workbook: p 2934 inverse, p 3538 unit 1 review questions. Practice test and its answer key in class. Unit #1 test on Friday.
Monday, September 11: Review of a reciprocal function. Assignment #1  to be handed in for marks tomorrow.HW: Transformation practice sheet, finish Assignment #1 for tomorrow.
Friday,September 8: Inverse of a relation  work period. HW: finish all hadnouts given in class.
Thursday, September 7: Inverse of a relation. HW: work onthe questions assigned in the handout: Textbook p 5152#16
Wednesday,September 6  combining transformations. HW: reveiw questions from 1.11.3in the workbook
Tuesday, September 5  mapping and function notation, HW: workbook sections 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 complete two questions from each section
Friday,September 1  transformations continued. mapping notation. horizontal transformations. HW: finish the green handout, check answers with the key provided on the chalk board.
Thursday, August 31: Trasformations of functions. function notation.
Wednesday, August 30: Relations, functions, domain, range, vertical line test review. HW: finish the second page of the Basic relations handout.
Tuesday, August 29 : course expectations. Please have the course outline read and signed by Friday.
Welcome in PreCalculus 12. It is my hope that we learn lots from each other and have fun doing so.
PreCalculus 12 Course outline 2017.docx
