Math Analysis    Schedule & Homework Assignments   2010−2011    Fifth 6-weeks


Week of

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

2/28 – 3/4

Teacher Work Day
No school for students

5.7 Interest

5.8 Exp growth/decay

5.9 Regressions

3/7 - 3/11

Project 15 or
SOL -  English

Project 15 or
SOL -  English

Project 15 or
SOL -  English

6.4,6.6 Sinusoids review
Proj 15 due

3/14 - 3/18

Project 16
Homework 9 due

Project 16

Review
Project 16 due

Test 9

3/21 – 3/25

7.8 Trig Eqs review

8.2 Law of Sines

8.3 Law of Cosines

9.1 Polar Coords

3/28 - 4/1

9.2 Polar Coords

9.3 Complex Exp

9.4 Vectors

9.5 Vectors

4/4 – 4/8

Review
Homework 10 due

Test 10

9.6 3-d vectors

Middle School Day
No regular classes
5th 6-weeks ends Fri

Homework #              Problems due
9                                  5.7:   6,10,16,20,28,32,36,42,44,50
                                    5.8:   4,6,8,10,12,14,22
                                    5.9:   2,6,8
                                    6.4:   98
                                    6.6:   36ab
                                    p. 435:   94                             

10                                7.8:   22,38,58
                                    p. 505 :   110,114,116,118,128
                                    p. 556:   50,56
                                    8.2:   38,52,54
                                    8.3:   44
                                    9.1:   22,24,26,38,44,46,60,62,64
                                    9.2:    38,40,46,50,52
                                    9.3:    12,14,24,26,34,36,46,48,54,56,58,60,62
                                    9.4:   30,50,66,68
                                    9.5:   12,18,24
                                    p. 633-4:   50,88,100,102
                                    Vector Handout problems

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).  All submitted work must have the CVGS Honor Code Pledge with your signature.  Note:  You should plan on the project dates, 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.

Grading for 5th six-weeks:
Tests 36% each;    Homework 7%;     Project 15 7%;     Project 16 – 14%.