# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 6/3 + Quiz Reminder!

There will be a pairs quiz in class tomorrow. In preparation, we spent a bit of time reviewing complex/imaginary numbers in class today, then spent the rest of class doing some review on all we’ve looked at so far.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 5/9

I’ve decided to push the quiz a day to give us a little more time to review. Your homework is twofold:

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 5/8

Your second quiz of the unit, on exponential function and compound interest word problems, is tomorrow. You got HW 9.11 – Quiz 2 Review in class today, and that will be collected tomorrow. You can find the answers here.

I also recommend you rewatch some of the lesson videos posted below and/or work on some of the highlighted IXL Modules.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 4/26

We will have a quiz on the first part of the unit (including simplifying expressions with exponents and on sketching the graphs of exponential functions) on Tuesday, April 30. We started reviewing for this quiz with a game of survivor.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 4/2

Our first quiz of Unit 8 will be tomorrow, Wednesday April 3rd. You got a review packet in class today, the answers to which you can find here. For some extra review, take a look at the notes sheets or videos posted on prior days or work on the IXL modules listed below.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 3/11

Your quiz on Unit 7 so far (Law of Sines and Sine formula for area) is tomorrow, Tuesday March 12.

After this quiz, we will move on to the next phase of the unit, a discussion of the Law of Cosines. Over the four-day weekend, I will want you to work on the Unit 7 Trigonometry Poster assignment.  Full information can be found at that link, and a preview of the rubric for the project can be found here (please note that this rubric is subject to change).

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 3/8

We will have a quiz on what we’ve done from Unit 7 so far (Law of Sines and Sine formula for area) on Tuesday, March 12. For a visual summary of the various cases of the Ambiguous Case, watch this video.

We’ll spend some more time on Monday reviewing, but this weekend please finish the IXL assignment given in class. Complete the three IXL modules linked below to a score of at least an 80 on each. All three modules count as a separate homework credit, and any score above 80 will count as extra credit!

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 2/26

We will have a mastery quiz tomorrow in class, all about right-triangle trigonometry (Unit 6). Tonight, work on the additional problem solving examples you got in class.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 2/6

Your quiz on Unit 5, the final assessment of the unit, will be tomorrow. Work on the Unit 5 review you got in class, work on some additional IXL review modules, and review the lesson videos posted below.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 2/5

Our quiz on Unit 5 will be on Thursday, February 7. Your last Powers Quiz opportunity will be tomorrow.

We spent today working on IXL review. Of the modules linked below, your assignment is to work on M.1, R.4, and S.4, all to a score of at least an 80. Remember that any score beyond 80 will count as extra credit in your homework grade!

# AP Statistics Assignment for 1/11

Your quiz on Chapter 15 will be on Monday, January 14. There is no special review sheet for this quiz, this time I advise you work on the following problems from Chapter 15’s exercises: 19, 20, 21, 36, 38, 41, 42, 52. You can find my solutions here.

# AP Statistics Assignment for 1/10, plus Quiz Warning

From pages 409-411, do exercises 32, 43, 49, and 53.

There will be a Chapter 15 Quiz on Monday, January 14. I would advise you also start working on the quiz review questions of: 19, 20, 21, 36, 38, 41, 42, 52

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 1/7

First, a reminder of the homework protocol.

• Homework is assigned every day and due the following day. Homework is assigned every day and due the following day.
• Late assignments will be accepted ONE day late for half-credit.
• If you are ABSENT FROM CLASS, you are expected to turn in the assignment you would have submitted on that day on the day that you return. You will be given one additional day per day of absence to turn in the assignments you missed.
• For example: Goofus is present on Monday and absent on Tuesday. On Wednesday, he must turn in Monday’s homework, and he has until Thursday to turn in Tuesday’s assignment. He gets no extra time on Wednesday’s assignment; that is due Thursday also.
• If you are having difficulty with an assignment, it is your responsibility to arrange extra help. We usually have time to discuss one or two topics in class, but if that’s not enough please come and see me!
• New for 2019: Any student who has 3 or more unexcused missing assignments will be assigned a lunch or after school detention to make up the missing work. This work will or will not be accepted for credit based on my discretion!

Your quiz on the first part of Unit 4, all about rewriting radical expressions in Simplest Radical Form, is tomorrow. We made a study guide today, linked below, and got a review sheet that will be collected for homework tomorrow. The solutions are posted below as well.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 12/5

You will have a quiz tomorrow on solving quadratic equations. Today you were given a review sheet (see below) with some more practice. Work on this review and the IXL modules linked below in preparation for tomorrow’s quiz!

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 11/2

Your second quiz from Unit 2 is on Monday, November 5th. This weekend, you should study.

You have options. Take advantage of them!

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 11/1

We did some more practice with simplifying complex fractions today with a fun activity (or I hope it was!). We will have a quiz on complex fractions and operations with rational expressions in general on Monday, November 5. Your homework tonight is the first quiz review sheet.

# Intermediate Algebra Assignment for 10/26

We spent some more time in class today reviewing the procedures we have discussed in class these past two weeks. The study guide we created can be found linked below.

This weekend, you should study for your quiz on Monday. It will cover all of what we’ve done in this unit so far. Some suggestions:

• Read over your notes and the examples we did in class. Redo the examples and check them against your notes.
• Work on IXL review modules N.4, N.5, and N.6