1.1 - Key Features of Functions
1.2 - Transformations of Functions
1.3 - Piece-wise Defined Functions
Chapter 1A Test Review (Answer Key)
1.4 - Arithmetic Sequences and Series (Completed Notes)
1.5 - Solving Equations and Inequalities by Graphing
1.6 - Systems of Equations
*Linear Programming -
Chapter 1B Test Review - (Answer Key)
*if time permits
- Day 1: Domain, Range, and Intercepts - Completed Notes
- Practice (Answer Key)
- Extra Practice (Answer Key)
- Day 2: Intercepts, Positive/Negative Intervals, Increasing/Decreasing Intervals - Completed Notes (see Ms. Rossi's site for the textbook answer key)
- Student question about #14 (this is one of many possible graphs that satisfies the required conditions for #14)
- Extra Notes/Practice: Math Is Fun: Increasing/Decreasing Intervals
- Extra Notes (no practice): MATH: Quick and Easy - Positive and Negative Intervals
- Day 3: Average Rate of Change - Completed Notes
- Extra Notes: MathBitsNotebook - Average Rate of Change
1.2 - Transformations of Functions
- Day 1: Introduction: Exploratory Activity (Answer Key)
- Day 2: Translations and Reflections + Practice - Completed Notes
- Day 3: Vertical and Horizontal Dilations - Completed Notes
- Practice worksheet (Answer Key)
- Correction: The 3rd graph on Part 5 is supposed to have the equation y= -|x+1|+2 (Thanks, Rahul!)
- Practice worksheet (Answer Key)
- Extra Notes/Practice: Math is Fun - Function Transformations
1.3 - Piece-wise Defined Functions
- Day 1 - Intro: Completed Notes (see Ms. Rossi's site for the textbook answer key)
- Day 2 - Real-World Applications: Completed Notes
- Extra Notes: Math is Fun: Piecewise Functions
Chapter 1A Test Review (Answer Key)
- Update: #12, as it's written on your paper, will not be assessed on the exam. Instead, you will be assessed on how to write piece-wise defined functions from a graph. Scratch the graph of f(x) out, and just write the equations for each graph on a, b, and c.
- Answer Key correction, #12b. The second domain restriction should be 2 instead of 0.
1.4 - Arithmetic Sequences and Series (Completed Notes)
1.5 - Solving Equations and Inequalities by Graphing
- Day 1: Intro with calculator directions (Completed Class Notes)
- Day 2: Wrap up, focusing on window adjustments PLUS Quiz #2 Review (Completed Class Notes)
1.6 - Systems of Equations
*Linear Programming -
Chapter 1B Test Review - (Answer Key)
*if time permits