Advanced Functions and Modeling
May 11 - May 15

Monday May 11, 2020 - Check school email for an assignment reviewing parent functions.

Tuesday May 12, 2020 - Check school email for a link to an assignment of ten AFM EOC questions.

May 4 - May 8

Monday May 4, 2020- Check school email for links to an assignment reviewing periodic functions.

Tuesday May 5, 2020- Check school email for a link to an assignment about archs and chords.

May 6 - May 8, 2020- There is an assignment on the Schoology website. Several of the questions include links to videos explaining the answers. Let me know if you have an issue logging into Schoology.

April 27 - May 1

Monday April 27, 2020

We are going to do something a little different this week.

1. Check email for links to a review of radians.

2. You will write a biography of a mathematician who was important to the field of mathematics in the last 200 years. I have made a list of suggested names of mathematicians who would be good subjects of a biography. You will see from the list that mathematicians have come from all parts of the world and all walks of life. You are not required to choose a name from the list. You may have a different name in mind. The person you choose may be alive or dead but should be an important  mathematician who lived in the last 200 years. I want to focus on more recent history because we tend to know only a few names of mathematicians such as Pythagoras but there has been amazing advancement in mathematics in the last two centuries. And mathematics has led to amazing advancement in many fields.

500 words
At least two sources
Cite sources using MLA
Correct spelling, punctuation, grammar
Information should include life history, education, mentors, influences, challenges or obstacles the person had to overcome, the person's contribution to the field of mathematics or contribution to a particular field using mathematics,
Due Friday 5/1/2020
The list of suggested mathematicians is below.

Maria Agnesi
Marjorie Lee Browne
Amalie 'Emmy' Noether
Ada Lovelace
Amalie 'Emmy' Noether
Katherine Johnson
Mark Dean
Elbert Frank Cox
Euphemia Lofton Haynes
Alberto Pedro Calderón
Ruy Luís Gomes
Victor Neumann-Lara
Srinvasa Ramanujan
Heisuke Hironaka
ohn von Neumann

April 20 - April 24

Monday April 20, 2020-Click on the link in an email for an assignment reviewing the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines. Remember that when we are trying to solve a right triangle, we use SOHCAHTOA to find the measures of the length of a side or the degree of an angle when we have been given the measures of the other sides and angles. The Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines are for when we are trying to solve non-right triangles-triangles that do not have a 90 degree angle. 

Wednesday April 22, 2020-Attached is a worksheet containing notes and practice questions about Law of Sines and Law of Cosines. Have it completed and the links I assigned Monday by the end of the day tomorrow, Thursday 4/23.
The Law of Sines Cosines Notes.pdf

Thursday April 23, 2020

Check email for a video I made about yesterday's assignment Law of Sines and Law of PDF. Hoping it works. You may turn in assignments like that one by sending a picture of the PDF with answers on it or answers on plain paper or by typing out the answers in an email. Whatever works best for you.

Friday April 24, 2020-Check school email for links to assignments aboutn Law of Sines and Law of Cosines.

April 6 - April 10

Monday April 6, 2020-
There is a practice EOC assignment posted in Schoolnet. The code is AFMEOC4620.

Wednesday April 8, 2020-Check student email for links to assignments reviewing Law of Sines and Law of Cosines for today and tomorrow. See if we can get them done by tomorrow . There will not be a new assignment tomorrow Thursday. 4/9/2020

March 30 - April 3

Monday March 30, 2020-The answer key to Friday's Schoolnet assignment is attached.

AFM Schoolnet Probability Practice Answers.pdf

Check email for links to a review of parent functions and transformations. 

Also, I will be re-sending links to assignments students have not completed so you will only receive one of those emails if there is something you have not completed.

Tuesday March 31, 2020 Check email for a link to an assignment reviewing boxplots.

Wednesday April 1, 2020-Click on the link to go to a video I made myself about standard deviation.

Thursday April 2, 2020-Two links to Edpuzzle videos (Not made by me) that review what we know about normal distribution.

Friday, April 3, 2020-Check school email for links to assignments in which you will solve logarithmic equations. Also I am re-sending past links if there are some you did not finish. So some og you will see more links than others.

March 23-27

Monday March 23, 2020-AFM students click on the link to a video on the Edpuzzle website that explains 4 AFM released test questions.

Also check email for a link to a review assignment about Paschal's Triangle and expanding binomials.

Tuesday March 24, 2020-AFM students- Check for email links to assignments reviewing concepts in probability and statistics.

Wednesday March 25, 2020
-Click on the link to the Edpuzzle video. You will be asked a few questions as you watch it. It explains some probability questions from one of the AFM released tests.

Thursday March 26, 2020-AFM students check email for links to three assignments reviewing stem and leaf plots. We are still reviewing the first unit from the beginning of the semester.

Friday march 27, 2020- AFM students, there is an assignment containing practice EOC probability questions in Schoolnet. The code is AFM327.

MARCH 16-20

Monday, March 16, 2020-AFM students, please check email for a link to a practice assignment. Be checking in daily for new notes and assignments.

Tuesday March 17, 2020-
We are going back to the beginning of the semester to start reviewing. We will start with concepts in probability. You should find in a separate email, three links for you to click. 

Wednesday March 18, 2020-
I found what looks like a pretty good video about dependent and independent events. I assigned it on the Edpuzzle website.

Thursday March 19, 2020-
Go to Schoolnet and use the code THU319 to access practice Probability EOC questions. Do your best.

Friday March 20, 202
0-Click on the link to the Video which I made. Watch the video and answer a few questions.