Complete the Google Form here to request which questions from the August 2016 exam you would like to review.

For tonight:

- August 2016: 31, 32, 36, 37
- June 2016: 30
- January 2016: 2, 8, 23, 29, 30

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Complete the Google Form here to request which questions from the August 2016 exam you would like to review.

For tonight:

- August 2016: 31, 32, 36, 37
- June 2016: 30
- January 2016: 2, 8, 23, 29, 30

Tonight, complete the questions 17-24, 29, 30, 35 from the August 2016 exam, then also do questions 1-10 from the Topical Review – Completing the Square. Review the completing the square method in the Review Notes – Quadratics if you need the review.

Fill out the google form posted here to request which questions I review in class.

Tonight, complete the following from your review book:

- August 2016: 9-16, 27, 28, 34
- June 2016: 9, 22, 31
- January 2016: 5, 13, 35

From the August 2016 exam, do questions 1-8, 25, 26, and 33, then complete the Topical Review – Solving Quadratic Equations sheet we started in class.

Fill out the google form posted here to request which questions I review in class.

Tonight, complete the following from your review book:

- January 2017: 31, 32, 36, 37
- June 2016: 32
- January 2016: 20

Fill out the google form posted here to request which questions I review in class.

Tonight, complete the following from your review book:

- January 2017: 17-24, 29, 30, 35
- June 2016: 12, 19, 28
- January 2016: 9, 17

Fill out the google form posted here to request which questions I review in class.

Complete the next part of the January 2017 exam: questions 9-16, 27, 28, and 34. In addition, please do:

- June 2016: 1, 2, 10
- January 2016: 10, 12

We’re changing up the order of review a bit and getting started with the first practice test this weekend.

The first test in your review book is the most recent one: from January 2017. Please work on the first batch of questions: 1-8, 25, 26, and 33 this weekend. Also, work on the following questions from the June 2016 and January 2016 exams:

- June 2016: 13, 16, 27
- January 2016: 1, 18, 22

We reviewed some modeling with quadratic equations today, so check out the examples we worked through here if you missed them.

Your homework tonight is Topical Review – Quadratic Modeling (HW)

We finished our review of sequences today, and if you missed any part of it you can find the completed notes here. I would also recommend you watch this video to catch up on some of the important parts of what you missed.

Your homework is Topical Review – Sequences (HW). This is a collection of actual Regents questions that have come up about arithmetic and geometric sequences, so it should give you a good idea of what you need to be able to do. Remember that this homework assignment is worth two credits!

Unfortunately, we ran out of time in class to finish the Sequences Review (not a great start!) but we will adjust.

Look ahead on the notes from class and see what you can do on your own. We’ll do the rest together tomorrow.

The Algebra I (Common Core) Regents examination, given Tuesday, June 13, will be your final exam for the course, worth 20% of your overall final grade. For more information about the exam itself, logistics for taking it, and advice, please see the Final Exam Information handout given/emailed on the first day of review. Check the Exam Review Calendar for a breakdown of what we will be doing to review for the exam.

**Completion of daily review assignments will be crucial to your success on the test**. As a result, **all review homework assignments count double** towards your 4th marking period HW grade. The first credit will count as a new HW credit, and the second will be used to replace a missed HW from earlier in the marking period (or, if there are none, as an extra HW credit for the review).

- Sequences Review Notes
- Sequences Review HW (Key)
- Quadratic Modeling Review Notes
- Quadratic Modeling Review HW (Key)
- Systems of Equations Review (Key)
- Solving Quadratic Equations Review (Key)
- Completing the Square Review (Key)

- Assignment 1 Key (1-8, 25, 26, 33 from Jan 2017; 13, 16, 27 from June 2016; 1, 18, 22 from Jan 2016)
- Assignment 2 Key (9-16, 27, 28, 34 from Jan 2017; 1, 2, 10 from June 2016; 10, 12 from Jan 2016)
- Assignment 3 Key (17-24, 29, 30, 35 from Jan 2017; 12, 19, 28 from June 2016; 9, 17 from Jan 2016)
- Assignment 4 Key (31, 32, 36, 37 from Jan 2017; 32 from June 2016; 20 from Jan 2016)
- Assignment 5 Key (1-8, 25, 26, 33 from August 2016)
- Assignment 6 Key (9-16, 27, 28, 34 from August 2016, 9, 22, 31 from June 2016; 5, 13, 35 from Jan 2016)
- Assignment 7 Key (17-24, 29, 30, 35 from August 2016)
- Assignment 8 Key (31, 32, 36, 37 from August 2016; 30 from June 2016; 2, 8, 23, 29, 30 from Jan 2016)

- IXL – Topics that I think would be especially useful to review are starred.
- Algebra I Regents Exam Archive – Every past exam is posted here, with answers and sample solutions.
**Exam Information and Strategies – The strategies here are guaranteed to raise your score! Take a look!**- Review Notes – Calculator Strategies – How to use the graphing calculator strategically to help with multiple choice and free response questions
- Review Notes – Function Transformations
- Review Notes – Quadratics – including vocabulary about the key features of the graph and a summary of methods for solving quadratic equations
- Review Notes – Statistics Vocabulary
- Review Notes – Linear vs Exponential – Summarizing the difference between linear and exponential functions

Today, we completed a field test as required by New York State. If you were not in class, you do not have to make this up. We will start to review for the Regents exam on Tuesday.

Tonight, please finish the Pre-Review HW Assignment (Are You an Algebra Ace?) that you got in class on Friday. Note that all of the answers you find should add up to exactly 100. I’ll also tell you that **the answer to the last question, number 14, is 27.**

Now that we’re done with Unit 11, we’re going to start reviewing for the final exam. We’ll get started in earnest on Monday, but over the weekend please work on the Review Preview found here.

From now until the end of the school year, students taking classes that end in a regents exam (like Algebra 1!) can go to H217 after school on Mondays and Thursdays to ask questions, work on review, and generally prepare for the exam.

While the sessions are *supposed* to be for preparing for the exam directly, the teachers involved have stated they would be willing to help students with other work relevant to their class. This could include homework help or test corrections. Keep in mind, though, that they will need to prioritize their attention to students looking for help for their Regents exam directly.

Please take advantage of this opportunity!

This weekend, complete questions 1, 5, 6 or 2, 3, 4 from the 2015 Free Response as you were assigned in class. If you weren’t in class, flip a coin and complete 1,5,6 on a heads and 2,3,4 on a tails.

Complete the multiple choice questions of the Practice Exam found at the end of Unit 4, pages 439-443. We will start class on Friday with a brief discussion of these cumulative review questions.