From the exercises on page 409-411, do exercises 32, 43, 49, and 53. There will be a quiz on Chapter 15 in class on **Tuesday, January 16**.

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# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 1/2, plus a reminder

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 2018:**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!

We have a **quiz** on **Friday, January 5** about the first half of the unit, all about working with radical expressions. This will include content from today’s homework: HW 4.5 – Simplifying Radicals with Variables. You can find the notes here and some addition examples in the video here.

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

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 11/27

We will have a quiz on the first part of Unit 3 on **Wednesday, November 29**. It will cover all of the work about parabolas that we have done, including today: Finding key features with the calculator. The notes from today can be found here, and your homework is HW 3.6. If you need a refresher on using your calculator, check out the video here (it uses a non-parabola graph, but the commands are the same).

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules**

- T.1 – Identify the direction a parabola opens (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- T.2 – Find the vertex of a parabola (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- T.4 – Find the axis of symmetry of a parabola (assigned 11/21 to 90)
- From Algebra 1
- BB.1 – Characteristics of quadratic functions (assigned 11/21 to 80)

# AP Statistics Assignment for 10/4

Read pages 154-161 (up to the section on “Straightening”). From the exercises on pages 168-173, do 9, 10, 14, 15, 41, 42.

There will be a **reading quiz** about this section in class tomorrow, and we will have a more thorough, though short, quiz on chapter 6 on **Friday, October 6**.

Also, check out Guess the Correlation, a surprisingly addictive online game where you, surprise, surprise, guess the correlation value for a randomly created association. How high can you get your score?

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 10/3, plus Quiz Warning

More work with factoring today, this time factoring trinomials. Tonight’s homework is HW 1.17 – Trinomial Factoring (Day 1). You can find the notes posted here, and a few more examples in this video.

Our last quiz for Unit 1 will be on **Friday, October 6th**. We’ll move on to Unit 2 after the three day weekend!

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules** (modules relevant to today’s lesson are in **bold**)

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 9/25, plus Quiz Warning

Today’s homework is HW 1.11 – More Work with Word Problems. There were no notes for today’s class, but you may want to refer to the answers to the weekend’s homework posted here.

Our second quiz, about adding/subtracting/multiplying polynomials and word problems, will be on **Thursday, September 28**

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules** (modules relevant to today’s lesson are in **bold**)

# Intermediate Algebra 2 Assignment for 9/14, plus quiz warning!

Today’s homework is HW 1.4 – Solving Absolute Value Equations. You can find the lesson notes uploaded here. This topic is likely new to many of you, so if you’d like some further examples of this process, I’d suggest you check out this video from PatrickJMT, or the many other YouTube videos that are out there.

Also, this is your advance warning that our first quiz in class will be on **Tuesday, September 19** and will cover all of the topics we’ve discussed so far.

**Cumulative IXL Review Modules** (modules relevant to today’s lesson are in **bold**)