• Welcome to IB Mathematics:  applications and interpretation SL!
    *There is no summer assignment for IB MAI SL*

    Supplies you will need:

    • 3-ring binder divided into 3 sections:
      1.) notes & handouts 2.) homework 3.) quizzes & tests
    • pens and pencils
    • loose leaf for binder
    • special graph paper (provided)
    • ruler
    • graphing calculator (TI-84 Plus recommended)

    EXTRA HELP
     will be given by Wednesdays after school.
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    IB MAI SL Homework Assignments
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    TUES 9/5
    Welcome to IB MAI SL
    Please join Google classroom (use code ho4no7i)
    HW:  get syllabus signed
            get calculator lending agreement form signed if you do not already have a
            graphing calculator
            get supplies
            leave textbooks at home
     
    WED 9/6
    IB MAI SL materials: 
    Glossary of Command Terms, Notation List, Formula Booklet 
    M.O. #0 - Students will be able to round numbers
    M.O. #1 - Students will be able to calculate error range and percentage error
    HW:  look over IB MAI SL materials
            Book 2 (orange) p.17 (exercise 1A.1) #4acdhi
                                    p.18 (exercise 1A.2) #1bdeg, 6
                                    p.20 (exercise 1A.3) #5, 10
                                    p.23-25 (exercise 1C) #2, 4, 10, 12
                                    p.26-28 (exercise 1D) #6, 9
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 9/7
    Finish M.O. #1
    HW:  none

    FRI 9/8
    M.O. #2 - Students will be able to perform operations on sets
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.42 (exercise 2A) #2, 4, 7
                               p.43 (exercise 2B) #1b, 2
                               p.44 (exercise 2C) #1, 4
                               check answers 
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    MON 9/11
    M.O. #3 - Students will be able to identify types of number sets

    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.46 (exercise 2D) #1-5
                                p.48-50 (exercise 2E) #1bd, 5d, 7, 9, 10
                                check answers

    TUES 9/12
    M.O. #4 - Students will be able to use Venn Diagrams when working with sets
    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.52-54 (exercise 2F) #3, 6, 8
                                p.55-56 (exercise 2G) #2, 8
                                p.57-59 (exercise 2H) #2, 4, 9
                                check answers
     
    WED 9/13
    M.O. #5 - Students will be able to apply integer exponents to expressions
    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.72-77 (exercise 3D) #5adghk, 7cefij, 11ceikl, 13adil, 14afh, 15bfj,
                                16cdfkmp, 17bfh, 18ceg, 19dg, 20bg
                                check answers

    THURS 9/14
    Get a head start on reviewing for the test -
    work on practice handout:  Practice with M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  none    

    FRI 9/15
    Get a head start on reviewing for the test -
    work on practice handout:  Practice with M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  none  
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    MON 9/18
    M.O. #6 - Students will be able to write numbers using scientific notation (standard form)
    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.78-80 (exercise 3E) #1, 3ad, 6bd, 7ab, 8, 10
                                check answers
     
    TUES 9/19
    Get a head start on reviewing for the test -
    work on practice handout:  Practice with M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  none  


    WED 9/20
    M.O. #7 - Students will be able to solve a system of equations algebraically
    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.30-31 (exercise 1D.1) #2a 
                                p.31 (exercise 1D.2) #3d
                                p.33 (exercise 1D.3) #3b
            Book 2 (orange)  p.95-96 (exercise 4D) #2, 3c 
                                check answers
     
    THURS 9/21
    Practice with M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    FRI 9/22
    Test on M.O.'s #0-7
    HW:  none
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    TUES 9/26
    M.O. #8 - Students will be able to identify errors in sampling methods
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.283-284 (exercise 11A) #2, 4, 6, 8
                               check answers
     
    WED 9/27
    M.O. #9 - Students will be able to identify the different types of sampling methods
    M.O. #10 - Students will be able to classify data  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.287-289 (exercise 11B) #1a, 3, 5, 7, 9
                               p.292 (exercise 11C) #1abc, 2  
                               check answers
     
     
    THURS 9/28
    Senior group photo
     
    FRI 9/29
    M.O. #11 - Students will be able to organize discrete data
    M.O. #12 - Students will be able to compute measures of central tendency    
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.295-296 (exercise 11D) #1, 3, 4                           
                               p.297 (exercise 11E) #2
                               p.299-300 (exercise 11F) #4, 5
                               p.308-310 (exercise 12A) #1, 8, 9, 12
                               p.311-312 (exercise 12B) #3  
                               check answers
     


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    MON 10/2
    M.O. #13 - Students will be able to compute measures of central tendency from a frequency table  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.315-316 (exercise 12C) #3, 5, 8
                               p.318-319 (exercise 12D) #3, 6, 7  
                               check answers
     
    TUES 10/3
    Practice with M.O.'s #8-13
    HW:  practice/study for quiz
     
    WED 10/4
    Quiz on M.O.'s #8-13
    HW:  none

    THURS 10/5
    M.O. #14 - Students will be able to measure the spread of data  
    M.O. #15 - Students will be able to construct and interpret box and whisker plots (box plots)
    M.O. #16 - Students will be able to test data for outliers
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.321-322 (exercise 12E) #1c, 3, 4
                               p.325-326 (exercise 12F) #3a
                               p.327-328 (exercise 12G) #2, 3
                               p.330-331 (exercise 12H) #3
                               check answers
     
    FRI 10/6
    Work on HW from M.O. #14, #15, #16
    HW:  none
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    TUES 10/10
    M.O. #17 - Students will be able to interpret cumulative frequency graphs
    M.O. #18 - Students will be able to use population variance and standard deviation to analyze the spread/dispersion of data  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.334-336 (exercise 12I) #2, 5
                               p.338-342 (exercise 12J) #2, 6, 8, 15  
                               check answers
     
    WED 10/11
    PSAT and SAT
    (classes not in session)

    THURS 10/12
    Practice with M.O.'s #8-18
    HW:  study/practice for test

    FRI 10/13
    Pep Rally (no class)
    HW:  none
     
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    MON 10/16
    Test on M.O.'s #8-18
    HW:  none
     
    TUES 10/17
    M.O. #19 - Students will be able to determine if two variables are related (correlation in bivariate data)  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.105-106 (exercise 5A) #1, 2, 5, 6
                                    check answers  
     
    WED 10/18
    M.O. #20 - Students will be able to calculate Pearson's product-moment correlation coefficient r
    M.O. #21 - Students will be able to sketch the line of best fit   
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.110-111 (exercise 5B) #2, 6
                                    p.115 (exercise 5C) #3
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 10/19
    M.O. #22 - Students will be able to calculate the equation of the least squares regression line
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.117-119 (exercise 5D) #6
                                    check answers

    FRI 10/20
    M.O. #23 - Students will be able to use Spearman's rank correlation coefficient to determine a data set's trend
    Review of M.O.'s #19-23  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange)
    p.125-127 (exercise 5E) #1, 3, 6
                                    check answers      
            study/practice for quiz
                               
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    MON 10/23
     
    Review of M.O.'s #19-23
    HW:  study for quiz
     
    TUES 10/24
    Quiz on M.O.'s #19-23
    M.O. #24 - Students will be able to compute basic probabilities  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.243-245 (exercise 10A) #4, 6  
     
    WED 10/25
    M.O. #25 - Students will be able to compute probabilities from a two-way table
    M.O. #26 - Students will be able to display sample sets    
    HW:  Book 1 (red) 
    p.246-247 (exercise 10B) #2, 3
                                p.248-249 (exercise 10C) #1a, 2, 4, 5, 7    
                               check answers
     
    THURS 10/26
    M.O. #27 - Students will be able to compute theoretical probabilities
    M.O. #28 - Students will be able to use the Addition Law of Probability in the situation of compound events    
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.252-257 (exercise 10D) #1, 5, 9, 10, 14, 17, 21, 26
                               p.259-260 (exercise 10E) #1-6     
                               check answers
     
    FRI 10/27
    start M.O. #29 - Students will be able to compute probabilities of independent and dependent compound events
    HW:  none
     
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    MON 10/30
    Practice Handout (general review)
    HW:  finish handout
     
    TUES 10/31
    *HAPPY HALLOWEEN!*
    finish M.O. #29 - Students will be able to compute probabilities of independent and dependent compound events
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.261-264 (exercise 10F) #1, 6, 9, 10, 11
                               p.265-268 (exercise 10G) #1, 4, 9, 10     
                               check answers
     
    WED 11/1
    No students present

    THURS 11/2
    M.O. #30 - Students will be able to compute conditional probability
    start Practice with M.O.'s #24-30  
    HW:  Book 1 (red)  p.269-271 (exercise 10H) #1, 3, 5, 6, 8 
                               check answers
     
    FRI 11/3
    Practice with M.O.'s #24-30
    HW:  practice/study for quiz
            complete Quiz on M.O.'s #24-30 at home (due Monday)
     
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    MON 11/6
    M.O. #31 - Students will be able to identify and classify a random variable
    M.O. #32 - Students will be able to work with a discrete probability distribution  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.337-338 (exercise 14A) #1abcd, 3
                                    p.340-342 (exercise 14B) #1, 2a, 5, 7, 9a, 10a   
                                    check answers 
     
    WED 11/8
    M.O. #33 - Students will be able to make predictions using probability 
    HW:  Book 1 (red)      p.275-276 (exercise 10J) #2, 5, 6
            Book 2 (orange) p.343-345 (exercise 14C.1) #1b, 2, 3, 5, 9
            Book 2 (orange) p.346 (exercise 14C.2) #2           
            check answers
     
    THURS 11/9
    M.O. #34 - Students will be able to calculate probabilities of a binomial experiment
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.351-352 (exercise 14D) #3b, 4b
                                    p.353-354 (exercise 14E) #1, 6                               
                                    check answers
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    MON 11/13
    Practice with M.O. #34
    M.O. #35 - Students will be able to calculate the mean and standard deviation of a binomial distribution
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.356 (exercise 14F) #2, 4

    TUES 11/14
    M.O. #36 - Students will be able to calculate probabilities of a continuous random variable in a normal distribution 
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.364 (exercise 15A.1) #1
                                    p.365-366 (exercise 15A.2) #1                               
                                    p.368-370 (exercise15B.1) #2, 5 
                                    p.371-373 (exercise15B.2) #1ace, 2, 3, 7   
                                    check answers
     
    WED 11/15
    M.O. #37 - Students will be able to calculate quantiles
    Start Practice with M.O.'s #31-37  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.374-375 (exercise 15C) #1ef, 3, 6ab, 7
                                    check answers
            practice/study for quiz
     
    THURS 11/16
    Practice with M.O.'s #31-37 (continued)
    HW:  practice/study for quiz

    FRI 11/17
    Quiz on M.O.'s #31-37
    HW:  none 
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    MON 11/20
    M.O. #38 - Students will be able to formulate 1-tailed and 2-tailed alternative hypotheses
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.383 (exercise 16A) #2, 4, 5
                                    check answers 
     
    TUES 11/21
    M.O. #39 - Students will be able to conduct a one sample t-test for a population mean 
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.389-390 (exercise 16B) #1, 4, 6                               
                                    check answers
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    *HAVE A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING!*
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    MON 11/27
    M.O. #40 - Students will be able to conduct a two-sample t-test for comparing population means 
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.394-395 (exercise 16C) #2, 3
                                    check answers 
     
     
    TUES 11/28
    M.O. #41 - Students will be able to conduct a chi-squared goodness of fit test 
    M.O. #42 - Students will be able to conduct a chi-squared goodness of fit test using a critical value instead of a p-value 
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.399-401 (exercise 16D.1) #3
                                    p.403-404 (exercise 16D.2) #2
                                    check answers
     
    WED 11/29
    M.O. #43 - Students will be able to conduct a chi-squared test for independence 
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.409-411 (exercise 16E.1) #3, 5
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 11/30
    Review of M.O.'s #38-43 
    HW:  practice/study for test
     
    FRI 12/1
    Review of M.O.'s #38-43 
    HW:  practice/study for test
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    MON 12/4
    Test on M.O.'s #38-43
    HW:  none

    TUES 12/5
    Extension lesson:
    How do we calculate the chi-squared statistic without using technology?
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.409-411 (exercise 16E.1) #2                               
                                    p.413-414 (review set 16A) #8
                                    check answers
     
    WED 12/6
    Extension lesson:
    What are the limitations of the chi-squared tests and how do we address them?
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.409-411 (exercise 16E.1) #8
                                    p.412 (exercise 16E.2) #1                               
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 12/7
    Discuss Exploration (IA)
    HW:  read over criteria requirements
     
    FRI 12/8
    Discuss Exploration (IA)
    HW:  read sample IA's
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    MON 12/11
    Discuss Exploration (IA)
    HW:  work on Initial Planning Form (due 12/18)
     
    TUES 12/12
    M.O. #44 - Students will be able to graph lines and write their equations
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.22-26 (exercise 1A) #1bh, 2ae, 6, 9d, 12, 13, 15f, 18bc, 19d, 21ac, 22
                               p.27-28 (exercise 1B) #3, 4, 5
                               check answers  
     
    WED 12/13
    M.O. #45 - Students will be able to write the equation of a perpendicular bisector
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.29 (exercise 1C) #2b, 3, 5
                               check answers
     
    THURS 12/14
    M.O. #46 - Students will be able to interpret Voronoi diagrams
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.420-421 (exercise 17A) #1, 4
                                    check answers  
     
    FRI 12/15
    M.O. #47 - Students will be able to construct Voronoi diagrams
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.424-427 (exercise 17B) #1a, 4b, 8a, 11c, 12a
                                    check answers
            finish completing Initial Planning form for IA
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    MON 12/18
    Initial Planning Form due today    
    M.O. #48 - Students will be able to add a site to a Voronoi diagram
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.430-431 (exercise 17C) #2bc, 3b, 5
                                    check answers
     
    TUES 12/19
    M.O. #49 - Students will be able to utilize nearest neighbor interpolation to make estimations  
    M.O. #50 - Students will be able to find the largest empty circle in a Voronoi diagram
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.434-435 (exercise 17E) #1, 4
                                    p.432 (exercise 17D) #1   
                                    check answers
                                    
    WED 12/20
    Practice with M.O.'s #44-50
    Book 1 (red) p.37-38 (review set 1B) #2-7, 11
    Book 2 (orange) p.437-438 (review set 17A) #8
                            p.439-440 (review set 17B) #1, 3, 4, 5
    HW:  practice/study for quiz 
     
    THURS 12/21
    Quiz on M.O.'s #44-50
    HW:  none
     
    FRI 12/22
    Work on IA
    HW:  work on IA
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    *HAPPY HOLIDAYS!*
    *Don't forget that you should be working on your IA (data portion due Jan 22)!* 
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    TUES 1/2
    M.O. #51 - Students will be able to determine if a relation is a function
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.48-49 (exercise 3A) #1-3
                                    check answers    
     
    WED 1/3
    M.O. #52 - Students will be able to identify the domain and range of a function
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.55-57 (exercise 3C) #2, 3abcde, 4, 6abcd
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 1/4
    M.O. #53 - Students will be able to graph functions and identify their key features
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.59-60 (exercise 3D) #4behjo                                
                                    check answers
     
     
    FRI 1/5
    M.O. #54 - Students will be able to solve equations graphically  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange)
    p.59-60 (exercise 3D) #5
                                    p.140-141 (exercise 6C) #5cef
                                    p.153 (exercise 6I) #1e, 2a, 3c
                                    p.192 (exercise 8D) #1, 2d, 3e
                                    check answers

    *Don't forget that you should be working on your IA (data portion due Jan 22)!*     
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    MON 1/8
    M.O. #55 - Students will look further into the key features of the graph of a quadratic equation  
    HW:  none
     
    TUES 1/9
    finish M.O. #55 - Students will look further into the key features of the graph of a quadratic equation  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.95-96 (exercise 4D) #4b
                                    p.143-144 (exercise 6E) #1ad
                                    p.146-147 (exercise 6F) #1bd, 4be, 6
                                    p.148-149 (exercise 6G) #3bc
                                    p.149-152 (exercise 6H) #1bf, 2a, 3e, 5a
                                    p.155-157 (exercise 6J) #1, 4, 8
                                    check answers 
     
    WED 1/10
    M.O. #56 - Students will be able to find the inverse of a function  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.71-73 (exercise 3G) #1, 4, 8, 9, 10
                                    check answers
     
    THURS 1/11
    M.O. #57 - Students will be able to determine if two variables vary directly (or are directly proportional)
    M.O. #58 - Students will be able to determine if two variables vary inversely (or are inversely proportional)
    W:  Book 2 (orange) p.165-167 (exercise 7A) #1, 3, 9, 12                                
                                  p.168-169 (exercise 7B) #3, 5
                                  p.171-172 (exercise 7C) #1ab, 2, 5, 7                                
                                  p.172-173 (exercise 7D) #3
                                  check answers

    FRI 1/12
    M
    .O. #59 - Students will be able to determine the variation model of two variables
    HW:  Book 2 (orange)  p.176-178 (exercise 7F) #1a, 2  
                                    check answers 
     
    *Don't forget that you should be working on your IA (data portion due Jan 22)!*     
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    TUES 1/16
    Review of M.O.'s #51-59
    HW:  practice/study for test 
     
    WED 1/17
    Review of M.O.'s #51-59 (continued)
    HW:  practice/study for test 

    THURS 1/18
    Test on M.O.'s #51-59
    HW:  none
     
    FRI 1/19
    Review of test
    HW:  practice/study for midterm 
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    MON 1/22
    *Data portion of IA due today!*
    Practice/study for midterm
    HW:  practice/study for midterm

    TUES 1/23 - FRI 1/26
    Midterm Exams
     
    The IB MAI SL Midterm Exam will be on Friday, January 26.
    7:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.
    Room 355  *If you receive testing accommodations go to room 207.*
    Please bring ruler, pencils, pens, and graphing calculator.
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    MON 1/29
    M.O. #60 - Students will be able to work with exponential functions
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.185 (exercise 8A) #1, 2cd, 5bcd, 6acd, 7ace, 8
                                    p.186-187 (exercise 8B) #2, 3b
                                    p.189-191 (exercise 8C) #8abc, 11ac                               
                                    check answers

    TUES 1/30
    M.O. #61 - Students will be able to work with the common log
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.205-207 (exercise 8G) #1, 5eh, 7, 12, 13
                                    check answers
      
    WED 1/31

    THURS 2/1
    M.O. #62 - Students will be able to work with the natural log
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.202-203 (exercise 8F) #4bfi, 5cd, 10                                  
                                    p.208-210 (exercise 8H) #1, 5adh, 10
                                    check answers 
     
    FRI 2/2
    start M.O. #63 - Students will be able to use logs to solve problems involving exponential equations and functions
    HW:  none
     
     
    *Don't forget that you should be working on your IA (1st draft due Feb 26)!*
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    MON 2/5
    finish M.O. #63 - Students will be able to use logs to solve problems involving exponential equations and functions
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.194-196 (exercise 8E.1) #1, 4d, 5, 8                                
                                    p.197-199 (exercise 8E.2) #2, 4d, 5d
                                    check answers
                                    practice/study for quiz
     
    TUES 2/6
    Quiz on M.O.'s #60-63
    HW:  none
     
    WED 2/7
    M.O. #64 - Students will be able to work with a number sequence
    M.O. #65 - Students will be able to work with an arithmetic sequence
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.103-104 (exercise 5A) #1a, 2, 5, 6, 7e, 8b, 9a, 10eh
                               p.106-109 (exercise 5B.1) #1, 2ac, 5, 7, 12eh, 13a, 14, 17
                               p.109-110 (exercise 5B.2) #4
                               check answers
     
     
    THURS 2/8
    M.O. #66 - Students will be able to work with a geometric sequence
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.111-113 (exercise 5C) #1ad, 3e, 4, 9c, 11a
                               p.114-115 (exercise 5D) #1, 4
                               check answers
     
    FRI 2/9
    M.O. #67 - Students will be able to find the sum of a series
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.128-130 (exercise 5G) #2ab, 3a, 6, 11, 14, 16
                               p.133-135 (exercise 5H) #2ab, 3b, 11, 13
                               check answers
     
    *Don't forget that you should be working on your IA (1st draft due Feb 26)!*     
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    MON 2/12
    Start Review for Test - only complete #3, 5, 7, 8
    HW:  none

    TUES 2/13
    SNOW DAY!

    WED 2/14
    M.O. #68 - Students will be able to compute compound interest and depreciation
    M.O. #69 - Students will be able to index an amount for inflation
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.122-124 (exercise 5E.5) #3, 6, 9, 11, 12, 15
                               p.119 (exercise 5E.2) #1c, 2a
                               p.120 (exercise 5E.3) #3
                               check answers
     
    THURS 2/15
    M.O. #70 - Students will be able to calculate repayment details of a loan  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.34-36 (exercise 2A) #1, 5, 9, 10
                                    check answers
     
    FRI 2/16
    M.O. #71 - Students will be able to make calculations regarding an annuity
    Review of M.O.'s #64-71
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.39-41 (exercise 2B) #1, 4, 7
                                    check answers
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    *HAVE A GREAT WINTER BREAK!  WORK ON THE 1ST DRAFT OF YOUR IA! (DUE FEB 26)*  
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    MON 2/26
    *1ST DRAFT OF YOUR IA IS DUE TODAY*
     
     
     
     
     
    M.O. #72 - Students will be able to find the length of an arc and the area of a sector in a circle
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.147-148 (exercise 6A) #2c, 4, 5d, 7, 8 
                               check answers
     
    M.O. #73 - Students will be able to calculate the surface area of a 3-dimensional figure
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.149-151 (exercise 6B.1) #1ac, 2c, 4ac                            
                               p.152-154 (exercise 6B.2) #1acf, 5, 7, 10a, 11c 
                               check answers
     
    M.O. #74 - Students will be able to calculate the volume of a 3-dimensional figure
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.155-157 (exercise 6C.1) #1adeh, 4, 5, 12 
                               p.160-161 (exercise 6C.2) #1be, 2c, 4b 
                               check answers
     
    M.O. #75 - Students will be able to calculate the surface area and volume of a solid depicted in a 3-dimensional coordinate plane
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.229 (exercise 9A) #3a, 5
                               p.231-232 (exercise 9B) #1, 3, 6                         
                               check answers 
     

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    Practice with M.O.'s #72-75
    HW:  study/practice for test
     
    Practice with M.O.'s #72-75 (cont.)
    HW:  study/practice for test

    Test on M.O.'s #72-75
    HW:  none
     

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
        
         
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
    M.O. #76 - Students will be able to use the trigonometric ratios to find the measures of sides and angles in a right triangle
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.175-176 (exercise 7A) #1b, 4a, 5ab 
                               p.177-178 (exercise 7B) #2h, 3, 5a                            
                               p.179-180 (exercise 7C) #1a, 2, 4b, 5a 
                               check answers
     
    M.O. #77 - Students will be able to use the trigonometric ratios in geometric figures which contain right triangles
    M.O. #78 - Students will be able to use the trigonometric ratios to solve application problems  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.182-184 (exercise 7D) #1ac, 4a, 5, 8b, 9b
                               p.185-190 (exercise 7E) #1, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12                             
                               check answers
     
    *FINAL DRAFT OF YOUR IA IS DUE *  
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    M.O. #79 - Students will be able to use the trigonometric ratios in three-dimensional figures
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.185-190 (exercise 7E) #17, 20, 22, 24b
                               p.194-195 (exercise 7G) #3ad 
                               p.233-234 (exercise 9C) #1, 4                         
                               check answers
     
     
    M.O. #80 - Students will be able to use the trigonometric ratios to solve problems involving true bearings
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.191-193 (exercise 7F) #2bcf, 6, 8, 12
                               check answers
     
     
    Quiz on M.O.'s #76-80
    HW:  none
     
     
    M.O. #81 - Students will be able to use trigonometry to find the area of a triangle
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.206-207 (exercise 8B) #1acf, 2, 3, 4, 8
                               check answers
     
     
    *FINAL DRAFT OF YOUR IA IS DUE TODAY*    
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    M.O. #82 - Students will be able to use the cosine rule in a non-right triangle to find a missing side or angle
    M.O. #83 - Students will be able to use the sine rule in a non-right triangle to find a missing side or angle  
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.210-212 (exercise 8C) #1d, 2c, 5b, 10a 
                               p.213-214 (exercise 8D.1) #1ae, 2b, 3a                                    
                               p.215 (exercise 8D.2) #1a, 2b
                               check answers
     
     
    M.O. #84 - Students will be able to solve trigonometric application problems
    HW:  Book 1 (red) p.216-218 (exercise 8E) #1, 11, 12                    
                               check answers
     
     
    Practice with M.O.'s #76-84
    HW:  practice/study for test

     
    Practice with M.O.'s #76-84
    HW:  practice/study for test
     
     
    Test on M.O.'s #76-84
    HW:  none
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    M.O. #85 - Students will be able to analyze the behavior of a periodic function
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.223-224 (exercise 9B) #1, 2
                                    check answers
     
     
    M.O. #86 - Students will be able to work with graphs involving sine and cosine
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.228-231 (exercise 9D) #1-5 (part b only), 12, 14ab, 16ac, 17a,
                                                                          18a
                                    p.232-234 (exercise 9E) #2bc, 3c, 6
                                    check answers
                                    pratice/study for quiz
     
     
    Quiz on M.O.'s #85-86
    HW:  none
     
    M.O. #87 - Students will be able to find instantaneous rates of change graphically
    M.O. #88 - Students will be able to find instantaneous rates of change algebraically
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.249-250 (exercise 10B) #1bc (on handout)
                                    p.253-254 (exercise 10D) #3bc
                                    check answers
     
    M.O. #89 - Students will be able to use the power rule to find derivatives
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.260-264 (exercise 10G) #1aerst, 2celr, 3, 5g, 6c, 7cf, 11,
                                                                            13ace, 14
                                    check answers
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    M.O. #90 - Students will be able to write the equation of a line tangent and normal to a curve
    Practice with M.O.'s #87-90  
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.271-273 (exercise 11A) #1, 2eh, 3, 4
                                    p.274-275 (exercise 11B) #1cd, 5a, 7
                                    check answers
     
     
    Practice with M.O.'s #87-90 (cont.)
    HW:  practice/study for test
     
     
    Test on M.O.'s #87-90
    HW:  none
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    *HAVE A WONDERFUL SPRING BREAK!*
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    Review of test
    HW:  none
     
     
    M.O. #91 - Students will be able to use the derivative to predict the behavior of a function's graph
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.283-284 (exercise 11D) #1abc, 2ab, 5bcd, 8, 9
                                    check answers
     
     
    M.O. #92 - Students will be able to apply derivatives to a real world situation
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.289-291 (exercise 12A.1) #1a, 2a, 8
                                    p.292-293 (exercise 12A.2) #1, 5
                                    check answers
     
     
    M.O. #93 - Students will be able to solve optimization problems
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.295-299 (exercise 12B.1) #2, 3, 4, 5, 7
                                    check answers
     
     
    Practice with M.O.'s #91-93
    HW:  practice/study for test 
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    Test on M.O.'s #87-90
    HW:  none
     
    M.O. #94 - Students will be able to approximate the area under a curve using the Trapezoidal Rule
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.312 (exercise 13A.2) #3a
                                    check answers
     

    M.O. #95 - Students will be able to evaluate an indefinite integral
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.323-324 (exercise 13E) #4 
                                    p.325 (exercise 13F) #1adf
                                    check answers 
     

    M.O. #96 - Students will be able to evaluate a definite integral
    HW:  Book 2 (orange) p.326-328 (exercise 13G) #5
                                    p.329-330 (exercise 13H) #4b, 5, 9a
                                    check answers 
     
    Practice with M.O.'s #94-96
    HW:  practice/study for quiz on M.O.'s #94-96
            Book 2 (orange) p.331-333 (review set 13A) #5-11, 13-15
                                    p.333-334 (review set 13B) #4-10, 13-15
                                    check answers
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    Quiz on M.O.'s #94-96
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam
     

    Practice for IB exam
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam  
     

    Practice for IB exam
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam  
     

    Practice for IB exam
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam  
     

    Practice for IB exam
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam  
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    IB MAI SL PAPER 1 (afternoon) - report to library at 1 p.m.
    HW:  study/practice for IB exam
     
     
    IB MAI SL PAPER 2 (afternoon) - report to library at 12 p.m.  
    HW:  none
     

    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 1  
     

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    IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 1 due  
     

    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

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    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

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    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

    Work on IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2  
     

    IB MAI SL Final Exam Paper 2 due  
     

    Return textbooks and calculators  
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    Last day of classes
    Return textbooks and calculators  
     
     
     
    Senior Day
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    You should be very proud of all of your hard work this year - YOU DID IT!!  
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    CONGRATULATIONS!!!  
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