Ms. Harding Notes

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Notes

Posted: September 9, 2016

Lesson is attached. No homework for the weekend!!

Please remember to bring all materials for class next week! If you do not have a scientific calculator yet you should try to get one as soon as possible!

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Posted: September 8, 2016

Remember to find all the materials needed for class! You will need PENCILS, PAPER, a SCIENTIFIC calculator, BINDER and a ruler for this course.

Today we did an activity as a group in class so no SMART lesson is available and no homework was assigned!

Posted: September 8, 2016

Lesson & homework is attached.

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Posted: September 7, 2016

Course outline is attached.

Note the extra help times offered at lunch hour and after school (at bottom of course outline).

Please refer to the student handbook for information on the academic incentives posted on MV website. A copy was also sent home with each student. 

Posted: September 7, 2016

Course outline is attached.

Note the extra help times offered at lunch hour and after school (at bottom of course outline).

Please refer to the student handbook for information on the academic incentives posted on MV website. A copy was also sent home with each student. 

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Posted: May 3, 2016

Today we looked at the relationship between slopes of parallel lines and slopes of perpendicular lines.

Parallel lines have equal slopes.

Perpendicular lines have slopes that are opposite reciprocals (or negative reciprocals) of eachother. Ex. 2 and -1/2 are negative reciprocals.

Homework questions were assigned.

Posted: May 2, 2016

Today we started Chapter 6. In the last chapter we looked at all types of functions and relations. Students should already be able to recognize a graph that is both a function and linear. Chapter 6 is all about linear functions. We will calculate the slope (rise/run) which they have already been doing and using (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) which we also did a little bit in the last unit. By the end of class today students should be able to calculate slope and identify if a particular slope is +,-, zero, or undefined.

Lesson is attached and homework questions were assigned.

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Posted: April 27, 2016

Review questions and answers are posted.

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Posted: April 26, 2016

Prepare for test. Review questions were given out. Some are attached.

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Posted: April 25, 2016

Lesson attached. Homework is at end of lesson. Test will be Thursday this week. Functions, graphing, function notation, rate of change, domain/range, intercepts.

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Posted: April 19, 2016

Lessons are attached. Homework tonight is to go back over homework from last night to make sure that everyone understands function notation.

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Posted: April 15, 2016

This post has been updated. The slides that were covered in Period 2 April 15 are now attached.

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Posted: April 14, 2016

Lesson attached.

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Posted: April 12, 2016

We started to review some prior knowledge skills such as domain and range. Students should also be able to identify a function and a non-function.

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Posted: April 7, 2016

Sci10- We looked at rearranging equations using opposit opperations. This is another prior knowledge skill that we reviewed to help them with upcoming physics topics. Students had a worksheet given to them that they can practice/work from for homework.

NRF10- Review slides are attached. Big topics are prime factorization, LCM, GCF, expanding, simplifying, factoring. Factoring involves GCF, simple trinomials, hard trinomials, difference of squares, and perfect square trinomials (a shortcut for special hard trinomials). Lots of extra practice included in the slides and a sheet on factoring was handed out in class. Students are asked to study/practice for homework so they are prepared for their test tomorrow.

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