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February 14REVIEW!!!! Review Materials are located on the resources page!

HomeworkReview your quiz & study for your test!

February 10 
HomeworkHere are some questions dealing with simple Rational Functions from the Oxford textbook, Exercise 5D, #1, 2, 3(a,d,e,g), 4, 6 on page 151152
Start reviewing for your test  See materials on the resources page 
February 8Lesson 4.7  Investigating Rational Functions Day 1
Google Doc Link  make a copy and share with me 
HomeworkFrom the following worksheet work on the #2(a,b,c,d,e,g,h), 3, 4

February 4 
HomeworkFrom the Lesson 4.6 handout work on the questions the final 3 pages of the Lesson Handout

February 2 
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January 31 
HomeworkNelson 12 textbook, Chap 1.5 on page 5051, #1, 2, 3, 8

January 27 
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January 24 
HomeworkYou will get an introduction to a mathematical process called Synthetic Division. I have linked three videos that you can watch (to get three "different" explanations). Please note these videos will only help you to understand HOW to do the process, not WHY to do it or WHY it works!!!
Video #1 from PatrickJMT Video #2 from MathMeeting Video #3 from mathbff To get an understanding of WHY it works & WHY to do it, read the following from PurpleMath To start PRACTICING with the technique, work through questions from page 1 of this worksheet 
January 20 
HomeworkComplete the Connections and Reflections and Final Consolidation

January 18 
HomeworkFinish Investigation #2  Zeros and Multiplicity

January 14 
HomeworkFinish Notes  you were told individually in class which problems to complete

January 12 
HomeworkUse Polynomials to Model Roller Coasters in this HW assignment
(Below is a screenshot of the "general equation" you should put into Desmos. Make sure you add the sliders!!!) 
January 10 
Homework1. Input the data from class into your calculator and create a scatterplot. We will talk about which regression together next class.
2. Here is a link to a worksheet through which you can practice Operations with Polynomials. Pages 13 are examples of how to add/subtract with polynomials, while page 4 has problems that you can use for practice (*only do a FEW of these  especially the subtraction!). Pages 57 are examples of how to multiply with polynomials, while page 8 has problems that you can use for practice. All your final answers can be CHECKED/VERIFIED using WolframAlpha. For video help on this topic, please watch this video from Thomas Moore (Note: not the best quality video but it has good examples) 
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