Math  Analysis    Schedule & Homework  Assignments   2010-2011    Fourth 6-weeks

Week of

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

1/17 - 1/21

MLK day
CVGS closed

3.3  Quadratic funs

3.3  Quad funs

3.4 more Quad fun

1/24 – 1/28

3.5 Quad Inequalities

4.1  Higher degree Polys

4.2,4.3
Rational funs

More Rat Funs

1/31 - 2/4

More Rat Funs

4.5  Zeros of Polynomials

4.6  Zeros of Polynomials

4.6  Zeros of Polynomials

2/7 - 2/11

Review
Homework 7 due

Test 7

5.1 Composition

5.2 Inverses

2/14 - 2/18

More composition and inverses

5.3 Exponential Fun

5.4 Logarithm fun

5.5 More Logs

2/21 –2/25

5.6 Exp and Log equations

5.6 Exp and Log equations

Homework 8 due
Review

Test 8
Fri is last day o f4th 6-weeks

2/28 – 3/4

Teacher Workday
No CVGS for students

Project 15 or SOL -  English?

SOL -  English?

 

Homework #              Problems due                        
7                                  3.3:  30,32,34,36,44,46,48,50,52,70,80,82,84,86
                                    3.4:  6,8,10,16,30
                                    3.5:  8,10,12,14,34,36
                                    4.1:  16,18,20,38,44,46,48,68,72,74
                                    4.2:   42,44,46,48 (also, produce an expert graph for each of these)
                                    4.3:   8,10,16,18,20,26,32,34,56,60,62
                                    4.5:   40,42,48,50,54,64
                                    4.6:   24,26,28,32,34,36,40
                                                           
8                                  5.1:  32ab,34ab,42,54,56,58,66,72
                                    5.2:  34,50,60,62,66,90,92
                                    5.3:   29-36,38,44,54,58,60,64,66,98,106
                                    5.4:   26,28,32,38,42,90,92,94,98
                                    5.5:   8,12,42,44,52,56,84,86,88
                                    5.6:   8,34,36,40,42,46,64,68,72,82,100

The decimal numbers, e.g. 1.3 or 12.4, refer to the sections in our textbook.    All work is due at the beginning of the class period.  Regardless of the book's instructions, using your calculator is always allowed (and usually encouraged).  Also, feel free to ignore the book’s prescribed multistep analyses – just do problems as we did in class.  All submitted work must have the CVGS Honor Code Pledge with your signature.

Grading for 4th six-weeks:  Tests -- 46% each;   Homework -- 8%.  

Note:  You should plan on the homework due dates and the test dates remaining fixed, even if we have school cancellations.  If a test day is cancelled, the test will be the first day we return.