- 8.4 April 5 2019Task 1: I can SIMPLIFY rational expressions

Task 2: I can MULTIPLY rational expressions

Task 3: I can DIVIDE rational expressions - 8.4 #47scroll all the way down to see #47.

- April 9 2019Task 1: I CAN add Rational Expressions

Task 2: I can subtract Rational Expressions

Task 3: I can simplify complex fractions - 8.5 #19scroll down to see #19....

- 8.6 april 17 20198.6 T1: I can solve rational equations.

- chapter 8A review 2018Odd: tues 4/23

Even: weds 4/24

- 8.2 Reciprocal Function FamilyI can graph a reciprocal function

I can graph transformations of reciprocal functions - 8.2 Reciprocal Functions Part 2Task 2: I can transform reciprocal functions.

Task 3: I can use Technology to graph reciprocal functions.

*Complete Concept Byte (pg 506)

- 8.3 Rational FunctionsTask 4: I can identify and find discontinuities.

Task 5: I can find the horizontal asymptote.

Task 6: I can graph a rational function. - 8.3 Rational Functions (Part 2)Task 6: I can graph rational functions.

- 8B Review AssignmentDue Tuesday 4/10 (Odd)

Due Wednesday 4/11 (Even)

- 11.1 reteachthis is from pearson
- 11.1 companion/vocabulary sheetthis is fill in the blank and guided examples from pearson
- 11.1/11.2 May 10 20191. I can use the fundamental counting principle

2. I can count permutations

3. I can count combinations

4. I can find experimental probability

5. I can find theoretical probability

6. I can find geometric probability

- 11.2 ProbabilityTask 4: I can find experimental probability.

Task 5: I can find theoretical probability.

Task 6: I can find geometric probability.

Task 7: I can find probability using combinatorics.

- Probability of Multiple EventsTask 8: Identify Independent and Dependent

Task 9: Consecutive Probability

Task 10: Compound Probability

- 11.4/11.5T11: Conditional Probability using a Table

T12: Conditional Probability using a Tree

T13: fair decisions and analyzing decisions - 11.4 ReteachTask 11: I can use a table to find conditional probability

Task 12: I can use a tree diagram to find conditional probability

- 2019 review assignment with extras (optional)Review due before final on Test Day:

Even: thursday 5/16*****

Odd: Tuesday 5/20*****

- 2.5 Scatter PlotsTask 1: I can graph scatter plot

Task 2: I can find and describe correlation coefficient

Task 3: I can find and graph a draw trend line

Task 4: I can make a prediction

Task 5: I can describe causation

- 11.6 Analyzing Data may 6 2019Task 1: I can find mean, median, mode and range

Task 2: I can find percentiles

Task 3: I can draw a box-whisker graph

- 11.7/11.10 may 8 2019task 1: I can draw and interpret distributions

given mean and deviations

task 2: I can use technology when NOT given mean and deviation, (then draw and interpret distributions)

- 11.10 may 11 2018task 8: I can find %

task 9: i can find "how many"

- statistics review (done in class)Odd: test 5/21

Even: Test 5/17

- Graphing Exponential Functions march 5 2019Task 1: I can identify exponential growth and decay.

Task 2: I can graph exponential functions.

Task 3: I can translate exponential functions - 7.1 reteachthis is by pearson
- 7.2 reteachthis is by pearson
- 7.1 vocabulary supportthis is by pearson
- 7.1/7.2 gallery walkthis is peer review in class activity, with answer key

- 7.3 reteachthis is by pearson
- 7.6 reteachthis is by pearson
- 7.3 day 1 march 18 2019I can convert both exponential form and logarithmic form.

I can use the common log(base 10)

I can solve logs using change of base

- 7.4 reteachthis is by pearson
- 7.5 reteachthis is by pearson
- Log Properties and solving equationsSolve Exponential Equations:

I can use the one-to-one property

I can use the identity property

- 7.6 March 22 2019I can rewrite natural logs

I can solve natural logs

- ch 7 application march 26 2019T1: I can solve real-life growth problems

T2: I can solve real-life "decay" problems

- chapter 7 revieweven test April 1 (mon)

odd: test April 3 (weds) - 7.1/7.2 Gallery walkI can graph growth and decay
- log matching cardsI can match corresponding logs/natural logs and their inverses
- growth/decay quiz quiz trade cardsI can tell my peers growth or decay
- trasketballI can solve log/natural log

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