Radian Measure

On October 18th/21st we:

  • got back our 3D printing objects
  • learned about radian measure
  • were assigned Section 8.3

You will have a quiz on October 24th/28th on the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 4:  Demonstrate an understanding of how to convert between degrees and radian measure.
  • L.O. 5:  Solve problems involving trigonometric ratios for angles in standard position (both in radians and degrees).

Here is the video from today (note that there are peer tutor versions of this lesson as well):

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MathLab OR Library Block

On October 11th/15th/16th/17th we either:

  • went to the library to print our Desmos art
  • completed MathLab 8.2 (which is due on October 18th/21st)

We were encouraged to work on our Trigonometry review if we are feeling we need more practice.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Here is the video from today:

The Unit Circle and Reciprocal Trig Ratios

On October 9th/10th we:

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Here is the video from today:

Trigonometry Review

On October 7th/8th we:

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Here are the videos from today:

Desmos/3D Printing Warm-Up

Review

Unit Test

On October 3rd/4th we had our unit test.  It covered the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.

Our next unit is Trigonometry.

More Review!

On October 1st/2nd we:

  • did some practice questions on the whiteboard
  • continued reviewing (you can check last day’s post for details)

You will have a unit test on October 3rd/4th and it will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.

Review!

On September 27th/30th we:

  • reviewed for our upcoming unit test with the following:
    • signed up for our “DeltaMath” account and completed the review activity.  If you were absent, the instructions can be found here.desmos-graph
    • When working on this assignment, there is a basic function we haven’t done yet (but are still able to do using transformations).  Here’s the Desmos graph of it!
    • were assigned the DeltaMath assignment and also the Chapter Review and Practice test in the worktext.

These are ALL of the review assignments I will be assigning, so please do not feel the need to finish them all for next class.  You will have next class to work on them, and will have opportunities to use both classes to ask questions.  Next class we will not be using the laptop cart.

You will have a unit test on October 3rd/4th and it will cover the following learning outcomes:

  • L.O. 1:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform basic transformations in isolation (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 2:  Demonstrate understanding of how to preform a series of transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations).
  • L.O. 3:  Demonstrate an understanding of inverse functions by determining their equations, graphs, and restrictions.