Big Ideas: You need to know how to determine if a functions is exponential growth or decay by examining the values of a and b from the parent function. And, you need to know how to graph exponential functions. You also need to be able to interchange between a percent and a decimal.

Big Idea: Are you caught up on your notes? Use this time to do so!!

Friday, February 15

In class we are taking the CMS Formative. Looking ahead, Tuesday's screen cast might take multiple views and discussion to thoroughly understand. I recommend getting a head start on that screen cast.

Big Idea: This topic is going to be different from anything we've done so far, so it'll be very important for you to come to class with a thorough understanding of the screen cast. After you have viewed the screen cast enough times, if you still are struggling, be sure to write down questions to bring to class.

Prior Knowledge: Make sure you know the properties and how to interchange between exponential and logarithmic form really well.

Big Idea: Isolate the logarithm or the exponential just like you isolate variables when solving equations. Try to think of an easier example than the problem you are facing. Use the method that works best for you and that you are most comfortable with when solving.

Tuesday, February 26
In Class: p. 475 #59-63, 64-74 Even, 82

Wednesday, February 27 Notes on Logarithmic Word Problems from class
Review for Unit 2 Day One Rettig p. 448 #28-35 (Pert), p. 481 #11-37 Odd, 38, 39, p. 488 (Omit graphing problems) Section 7-1, 7-2, 7-3 Winters p. 448 #28-32 (Pert), p. 481 #14-19, 23-28, 30-36 Even, 57-59, p. 488 (Omit graphing problems) Section 7-1, 7-2, 7-3

Exponential Note Taking Guide print pages 3 through 6 (Day 1 and Day 2)Tuesday, February 12Big Ideas:You need to know how to determine if a functions is exponential growth or decay by examining the values ofaandbfrom the parent function. And, you need to know how to graph exponential functions. You also need to be able to interchange between a percent and a decimal.Screen cast for Exponential Note Taking Guide (Day 1)

PowerPoint for Exponential Note Taking Guide (No Audio)

Wednesday, February 13Big Idea:You need to be able to calculate simple interest and compound interest in word problem format.Screen cast for Exponential Note Taking Guide (Day 2)

Power Point for Exponential Note Taking Guide (No Audio)

Thursday, February 14Big Idea:Are you caught up on your notes? Use this time to do so!!Friday, February 15In class we are taking the CMS Formative. Looking ahead, Tuesday's screen cast might take multiple views and discussion to thoroughly understand. I recommend getting a head start on that screen cast.

Practice with Systems of Equations Word ProblemsMonday, February 18Tuesday, February 19Big Idea:This topic is going to be different from anything we've done so far, so it'll be very important for you to come to class with a thorough understanding of the screen cast. After you have viewed the screen cast enough times, if you still are struggling, be sure to write down questions to bring to class.Screen cast for Logarithms

Note to self:before recording screen cast, move microphone away from face.Be the first to show the class an example tomorrow and get 5 bonus points.Are there any other ways to Evaluate Logarithms?Screencast for School

PowerPoint for Logarithms

Wednesday, February 20Prior Knowledge:Properties of Exponents Practice: Properties of Exponents with AnswersBig Idea:Be sure you know the three properties of logarithms. Are they any different than the properties of exponents?Screen cast of Properties of Logarithms

PowerPoint Properties of Logarithms

Classworkp. 456-457 # 12-35, 44-53, 77-79 p. 466 # 30-37 p. 481 # 29-37Textbook Pages

Textbook Examples can be used to clarify your notes

Thursday, February 21Prior Knowledge:Make sure you know the properties and how to interchange between exponential and logarithmic formreally well.Big Idea:Isolate the logarithm or the exponential just like you isolate variables when solving equations. Try to think of an easier example than the problem you are facing. Use the method that works best for you and that you are most comfortable with when solving.Part I:Screen cast for Solving Logarithms and ExponentialsPart II:Word ProblemsPowerPoint for Solving Logarithms and Exponentials

Optional Extra Example

Classworkp. 466-467 #9-25, 39-41, 50-55Friday, February 22More Practice Solving Exponentials with answers

More Practice Solving Logarithms with answers

Textbook Examples can be used to clarify your notes

Classworkp. 473-475 #Monday, February 25Prior Knowledge:solving equations, properties of logarithmsBig Idea: How are natural logarithms and baseesimilar? Different?Screencast for Solving equations with Natural Logarithms and Base e.

PowerPoint for Solving equations with Natural Logarithms and Base e.

Practice

with steps and answers.Tuesday, February 26In Class: p. 475 #59-63, 64-74 Even, 82

Wednesday, February 27Notes on Logarithmic Word Problems from class

Review for Unit 2 Day One

Rettigp. 448 #28-35 (Pert), p. 481 #11-37 Odd, 38, 39, p. 488 (Omit graphing problems) Section 7-1, 7-2, 7-3Wintersp. 448 #28-32 (Pert), p. 481 #14-19, 23-28, 30-36 Even, 57-59, p. 488 (Omit graphing problems) Section 7-1, 7-2, 7-3Thursday, February 28Practice Test without numbers

Additional Review Unit 2

Review Sheet Answers from in class today

Finish problems from yesterday and p. 488 Section 7-4, 7-5, 7-6 and Unit 2 Review Sheet

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10-8 PowerPoint- Quadratic Word Problems: Solving and Max/Min

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