Math III
I will be posting information about Math III here as well as on the calendar page and by email.

MARCH 23-27

Monday March 23, 2020-Math III students check your email for links to three review assignments about polynomials and their end behaviors.

Tuesday March 24, 2020-Math III students, check email today for links to 3 review assignments about the roots of polynomials and synthetic division. 

Wednesday March 25, 2020-Math II students, check school email for links to assignments that review Completing the square. Remember that is where you have a quadratic equation. You take the middle term divide it by 2, square it to create a new third term but then whatever you added in the third term, you subtract outside the parentheses. 

Example: x2 + 6x - 5.
Step one-(x2 + 6x     ) - 5          Leave a space
Step two-(x2 + 6x + 9) - 5 - 9       (The 9 is half of six squared. It is added inside the parentheses and subtracted outside
Step three-(x + 3)(x + 3) - 14      
Step four-(x + 3)2 - 14             You have rewritten the equation in vertex form. Now it is easy to see what the coordinate of the vertex is. 

Thursday March 26, 2020-
Math III students, check school email for a link to an assignment in which you will be practicing factoring quadratics that have a leading coefficient greater than zero.

Friday March 27, 2020-Math III students, there is a Schoolnet assignment containing question about functions and polynomials. The code is MATH3327.

Example:

Completely factor 6x2 + 7x - 3
Step 1 multiply the leading coefficient by the constant 6 x -3 = -18

Step 2
What are the factors of -18? +/- 1 x 18, 2 x 9, 3 x 6 

Step 3 Which two numbers give us a difference of 7? (the middle coefficient) Ans: -2 and 9

Step 4 Set up binomials using those two numbers (x + 9)(x - 2)

Step 5 Divide the numbers in the binomial by the leading coefficient (simplify the fractions) 
9/6 = -3/2       -2/6 = 1/3         

Step 6 Put the denominators of the fractions in the front of the binomials. (2x + 3)(3x - 1)

MARCH 16-20

Monday March 16, 2020-Math III students, please check your email for links to assignments. You may receive more than one if you have any you did not do before.

Tuesday March 17, 2020-Our next topic is volume of 3-dimensional figures. Click on the link and take a look at the notes on the webpage. Make sure you know how to use the formulas. Practice questions to follow.
https://www.thoughtco.com/surface-area-and-volume-2312247

Then check email for links to practice assignments.

Wednesday March 18, 2020-I found a pretty good video about volume of 3d figures.

I assigned it on Edpuzzle.

https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e722a499532113e6df57237/watch

Also Schoolnet questions. 
Code TU3DY5

Thursday March 19, 2020-Check email for a link to Inverse Function Practice. This is one of the first topics we covered at the beginning of the semester.

Friday March 20, 2020-Click on the link to the Edpuzzle Video that I made. Watch the video and ask a few questions.

https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/5e74bd0755a0283ef4a4dc7f/watch