We will have a test on the Monday we return from break (the 26th). In class, you received a complete set of review materials, including a list of topics, answers to yesterday’s assigned review problems, and some additional problems to work on. If you have questions about anything, please post them here or email them to me.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/15

In preparation for our mid unit test on Monday after break, please work on the following review from the first three chapters.

- From chapter 17 (p 468-471): 23, 25, 53
- From chapter 18 (p 491-492): 22, 34, 36
- From chapter 19 (p 514-515): 22, 24, 33

I’ll have answers to these, plus some additional review problems, for you tomorrow.

If you’re interested in reading some more about the incredible tale of the ADE 651, check out its Wikipedia page here.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for rest of week

In class, you are to finish your poster, showing clear and neat lines, triangles, and calculations for the angles and lengths of each segment of each triangle.

Your poster will be graded on neatness, presentation/color, and accuracy and organization of your calculations based on the rubric found here. Send the video you recorded to me at bkirk@icsd.k12.ny.us. Include the names of **all members of your group** in the email.

Did you forget to take a video? Instead, created a Google Document and write a reflection that includes a discussion of what each person did for each phase of the project and what you learned from each portion. Make sure everybody’s names are included, and email that to me instead.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/14

Finish reading chapter 19, pages 500-510.

From pages 512-513, do exercises 7, 9, 12, 13.

Finally, I want to give a test on chapters 17-19. Unfortunately, due to last Wednesday’s snow day and some other delays we’ve experienced, we will have to schedule this test for **Monday, February 26** (the day we get back from break). It’s not ideal, I acknowledge, but it’s our reality. We’ll spend some time reviewing these three chapters on Thursday/Friday and I’ll have some additional practice material to distribute.

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/13

Everybody should complete the **Right Triangle Trig** Review** **sheet, posted yesterday, for tomorrow. The rest of your assignment depends on whether you participated in today’s field trip. If you did, you’ll be spending the next three days working on your poster. If you didn’t, you’ll be working on the assignments and worksheets I emailed you.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/13

Read pages 493-500 of chapter 19, up to the section on “Alternative Alternatives.”

Do exercise 24 on pages 491 (from Chapter 18), then do exercises 1, 3, 5 from pages 511-512.

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/12

Tomorrow is our field trip! Please meet at the bus lane (by activities) by 9:15 so that we can leave promptly. Bring your lunch if you weren’t ordering your lunch from the cafeteria (no peanuts or sesame seeds, remember!). You should also bring a pencil and your calculator, plus any medications you need to bring with you.

If you are not attending the field trip, check your email for instructions on what you should be doing.

**For everybody, complete the Right Triangle Trig Review for Thursday.**

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/12

From pages 490-492, do exercises 18, 20, 29, 31, 35.

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/9

Those of you who have been working in class should be reflecting on the various phases of the project using the Project Reflection form.

Those of you who have *not* been in class should watch the following eMathInstruction videos and take appropriate notes. Note sheets can be found on this page (and yes, some of these notes pages may look familiar).

- Video 1 – Reintroduction to Right Triangle Trigonometry (you can skip this if you remember sine/cosine/tangent from Geometry)
- Video 2 – Finding Missing Sides of a Right Triangle
- Video 3 – Trigonometric Applications

After watching these videos, you have a choice:

- Complete the corresponding homework assignment sheets that correspond to these lessons from Kirk Weiler’s eMathInstruction website (Lessons 4 and 5), or
- Complete the following IXL modules up to a score of at least 80

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/9

Finish reading chapter 18 (pages 480-488)

From pages 489-491, do exercises 6, 17, 19, 21

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/8

We have started our next unit with a project. You have been tasked with examining a miniature golf hole and finding a path that would lead to a hole-in-one. Eventually, you’ll be making some observations about and taking some measurements of the right triangles you can draw using this path. This is essentially a practice version of the project we will do in Syracuse next Tuesday.

If you were not in class today, you should be able to catch up tomorrow. If you’re not in class either day, look for an email with instructions.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/8

From chapter 18, read pages 473-479, up to the section on Critical Values. We will have a **reading quiz** in class tomorrow, where I’ll ask you to report your answers to the Just Checking section in today’s reading.

From the exercises on pages 489-490, please do 1, 5, 7, and 9.

And if you’d like to review my answers to the Central Limit Theorem supplemental examples sheet, you can find them here.

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/6

After today’s quiz, I gave you this sheet with some review questions about the Pythagorean Theorem. Do one side, your choice, for a homework credit. Do both sides for extra credit on the quiz.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/6

From pages 470-471, do exercises 38, 43, 44, 45

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/5

Your quiz on Unit 5 is tomorrow! You got the Unit 5 Review in class today, and you should definitely finish that tonight if you didn’t in class (check your answers here). The other suggestion I would have is to work some more on the IXL modules listed below. You should of course *finish* the modules that were assigned to you on Friday if you haven’t done that yet!

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules **(modules assigned for homework are *italicized*)

- L.13 – Solve radical equations
- R.1 – Convert between exponential and logarithmic form: rational bases
*R.4 – Evaluate logarithms – Assigned 2/2 to a score of 80**S.4 – Solve exponential equations using equal bases – Assigned 2/2 to a score of 80*

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/5

Finish reading chapter 17 (pages 453-464)

From the exercises on pages 468-470, do 29, 35, 36, 39

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 2/2

Our cumulative quiz on Unit 6 will be on **Tuesday, February 6th**. We worked on some IXL review modules to practice some of the essential skills from the unit today, and your homework is to finish them. You can find them below, in bold, and your assignment is to complete each of them up to a score of **at least 80**. Extra credit is possible for scores beyond 80!

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules **(newly added modules are in **bold**)

- L.13 – Solve radical equations
- R.1 – Convert between exponential and logarithmic form: rational bases
**R.4****– Evaluate logarithms**– Assigned 2/2 to a score of 80**S.4 –****Solve exponential equations using equal bases**– Assigned 2/2 to a score of 80

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/2

Read pages 445-453 from the textbook, up to “Simulating the Sampling Distribution of a Mean”

From pages 465-467, do exercises 6, 11, 13, 15.

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 2/1

The last topic from this unit is an introduction to the concept of logarithms, which is a pretty big part of the full Algebra 2 curriculum, but not one that has a lot of focus for us in Intermediate Algebra.

**Today’s Links:**

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules **(newly added modules are in **bold**)

# AP Statistics Assignment for 2/1

Work on the Unit 4 practice exam found on pages 439-443, specifically 1-25 odd (the multiple choice questions) and question 2 from the free response. We will start on Friday with a review of these questions.