Class Information: Room: MBA 319
Section: 0390 Time: TTh 7:00am-9:30am Schedule/HW guidelines Syllabus
Grades are based on a points: (See syllabus for more details)
Homework = 20 points each Quizzes = 20 points each
Class Activities = 30 points Exams = 400 points each x 3
Final Exam = 500 points
13 Introduction, 1.1 What do you recall?
1.2, 9.4 Fun with Graphs
15 **Bring calculators to class!!
1.3 What’s your Slope? Bring
1.4 What does it Mean?
20 1.5 What’s in a Line? HW 1
22 1.6 Functions Calculator & CH 1 Quiz
2.1 Can you Model?
23 Last day to add / drop without “w” and be eligible for a refund
27 2.1/2.2 What equation? HW 2
2.3 What’s your prediction?
1 2.3/2.4 Changing so soon?
Ch 2 Quiz, 2.4 continued
6 Ch 1 & 2 Review HW 3
3.1/3.2 Whose line is it anyways?
8 EXAM 1 (1.1 -2.4), CA 1 Due
13 3.3/3.4 Can Woman run as fast as man?
15 Ch 3 Review; Ch 3 Quiz;
4.1 What’s in an Exponent?
20 6.1 Add this!; HW 4
6.2 Multiplying is better!
22 Box it up! Box it down. (6.4-6.6)
27 6.7 Undo it to solve it. HW 5
29 Ch 6 Quiz
7.1/7.2 Why is my graph not straight?
3 Review - HW 6
7.2 & 7.3 Are your roots showing?
5 Exam 2 (1 – 4.1, 6, 7.1) CA 2 Due
*** Spring Break, 4/7- 4/13 **
1) Videos for each HW. Be sure to look in the instructional videos section for the videos assigned for each HW. You will be required to either fill in pre-made notes or make notes of your own if no pre-made notes are provided. These notes are to be titled and turned in with the HW in order to earn credit for this part of the HW.
2) For ALL HW you need to include a vocabulary list of pertinent vocabulary from each new section you turn in work on. Label which vocab is from which section to earn credit. Vocabulary should be defined in a way that helps you, personally: words, pictures, formulas, etc. (Any section already completed you do NOT need to redo vocabulary.)
3) For book problems, see HW guidelines (link above) on how to do this work.
Remember: Continue to do vocabulary for EVERY new section we cover and turn them in with the HW.
HW #1 Due: 2/20
Videos: For each of the videos/webpages write down the title on your HW and then write your notes below the title.
* Review slope definition and calculation:
Definition: http://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/slope.html Once you write down the definition, click on equation of a straight line and explore using the interactive graph. Write down what you learn.
Calculations: http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/slope.html . Take notes on what you learned.
* Click the link here to read about roof pitch. Do you recognize something familiar? Read the short article, and write a few sentences about what roof pitch has to do with math.
* Solving two variable equation for one of the variables - watch this video and follow along by taking notes and doing the problem. Turn these notes in along with all the notes you made above as the video portion of your HW.
Songs: Watch and enjoy Rise up Run out; Another graphing song; Optional: Graph it song
Book Problems/Vocab: For the following sections: Make a list of the pertinent vocabulary for each section assigned below and write definitions for each. The definitions can be words, pictures, equations... whatever helps YOU understand it. Be sure to write which section each vocabulary word comes from. (Some sections will have more vocabulary than others.) You will be doing this vocabulary for every HW for every new section.
1.1 #9, 16, 39
1.2 #47, 50, 96
1.3 13, 26, 30, 34, 38, 52
Brain Teaser #1 - from class - Draw a rectangle and choose lengths for the sides and ends. Draw the half line. Then calculate the distance for each versions of Mrs. Martinez's exercise. Use this to state your solution to the problem. Turn this in with HW #1
HW #2 Due: 2/27
Videos: *Watch the following two videos for rates: (1) comparing rates and (2) representing rates
Write the following:
1) For each video write at least one question or comments you have about it. For example: You can write something you understood that would be good to remember,
2) Also, copy down the actual problem that was done.
3) What do you notice about rate and slope?
*Learn (or review) how to find the equation of a line using point-slope form. Online video . Write out the example or do your own example problem.
* Function notation and Evaluating functions After watching the two video links state what g(x) means and EXPLAIN how to find g(3) if g(x) = 3x - 7 + x . Now find g(-4).
Song: Watch, listen and enjoy: Algebra song - function rap
Book Problems / Vocab: For the following sections, except 1.3, since it's already been done: Make a list of the pertinent vocabulary for each section assigned below and write definitions for each. The definitions can be words, pictures, equations... whatever helps YOU understand it. Be sure to write which section each vocabulary word comes from. (Some sections will have more vocabulary than others.)
1.3 #55-58 all
1.4 #44, 46, 51, 61 (for part b skip the part about the slope addition property. Answer the rest.)
1.5 #27, 31, 37, 45, 60, 72
1.6 # 25-28 all, 34, 35, 39, 40, 43(use your calculator, then sketch the graph on your HW)
- Intermediate Algebra by Lehman (ECC Custom Edition #1- 2014; This is similar to 5th Edition of non-custom edition; We will NOT be using any online HW so you do NOT need a code.)
- Graphing calculator preferable TI-84 (or TI-83). (Note: TI-89, TI-86, TI-Inspires, phones, etc. will NOT be acceptable during exams or quizzes.),
- Large Blue Exam Books (approx 3)
Rules for grading roads
Roof pitch video
Waipio valley road (watch only until 2:32)
Another Waipio valley video. (Watch from 3:00-3:30)
Waipio from the 4x4 view (quick video)
Rise up Run out (slope, graphing and equations) song (HW 1)
Graph it song (optional HW 1)
Another graphing song (HW 1)
Algebra song - function rap (HW 2)
All I do is Solve - systems of equations (HW 4)
Multiplying Binomials song (HW 5)
Teach me how to factor (HW 6)
Solving Quadratic Equations Song (HW 7)
Best quadratic equation song (HW 9)
Super Base - Exponent Rules (HW 12)
Parabolas with Mario and Luigi
HW #2 Extra videos if needed:
evaluating a function using a graph
another function evaluation video
HW #4: Tortoise & Hare: Solving Systems of Equations - Set-up
HW #4: Tortoise & Hare: Solving Systems of Equations - Substitution
HW #4: Solving Systems of Equations - Elimination
HW #4: Solving Systems of Equations - Dependent/Independent/Inconsistent
HW #5: Solving Systems of Equations - Why elimination works
HW #5: Properties of Exponents part 1, part 2
HW #5: Subtracting Polynomials
HW #5: Ch 6: Multiplying using box - Video 1, Video 2,
HW #6: Video 3-trinomials
HW #6: Factoring using box method: Video 1 Video 2 video 3-four terms
HW #6: Zero factor Property
HW #7: Solving quadratic equations Solving quad equations video 2
HW #7: Graphing Quadratic Functions using Vertex Form
Not assigned: Graphing quadratic functions in standard form
HW #8: Solving using square root property
HW #9: Quadratic Formula Help - Pick One:
Funny video (but long), regular video (shorter)
HW #9: quadratic equations application problem
Not assigned: mixing problem;
HW #9: Domain of rational expressions: video 1
HW #10: Simplifying rational expressions: video 1
HW #10: Multiplying rational expressions: video 1
HW #10: Dividing rational expressions: quick video
HW #10: Optional video: simplify/multiply/divide rational expressions quick review (all the above concepts combined into one video. You can use this instead of the above three videos as long as you provide examples of each topic, or you can use this to give you more examples of the above topics.)
HW #10: Adding rational expressions: video 1
HW #11: Adding rational expressions: video 2
HW #11: Solving rational equations: There are 10 videos on this web-page all discussing solving rational equations and application problems in rational equations, including extraneous roots. Watch at least one of each type, although it would behoove you to watch at least two of each type.
HW #12: Replacement to Khan Academy videos/practie: Simplifying radicals: Video 1 Adding radicals Video1 Video 2
HW #12: Previous HW 12, if you already did this then turn it in, if not, I suggest the above videos they are clearer and more concise. [Radical Expressions: There are 7 videos / practices for this topic that include simplifying and adding and subtracting roots. Do them all and write an example for simplifying, adding and subtracting roots.]
HW #13: Multiplying radical expressions using box
HW #13: Rationalizing Denominators
HW #13: Radical Equations: Video (scroll down to find video)
HW #14: Definition of Absolute value
Hw #14: Solving Absolute Value Equations
HW #14: Solving Inequalities in one variable
HW #14: Graphing two-variable inequalities
Graphing equations by plotting (quadratic & shifts) (13:36)
intercept method for graphing (13:11)
grpahing lines in general
Review of Math 40 Material: