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CLICK ON THE POST TO GO TO A SITE THAT WILL WALK YOU THROUGH RATIONALIZING DENOMINATORS WITH RADICALS AND OTHER SUCH MATERIALS – THIS WILL TAKE YOU OUT OF MY BLOG! CLICK ON THE POST TO GO TO A SITE THAT WILL WALK YOU THROUGH SIMPLIFYING RADICALS AND OTHER SUCH MATERIALS – THIS WILL TAKE YOU OUT OF MY BLOG! Today we moved on to the next section in chapter four – 4.5: Solving Quadratics by taking the square root. We started by simplifying radicals, and then went on to actually solving equations. Look for other posts with more examples/explanations later today. Here are the notes… ALSO – those pf yu who missed the . . . → Read More: Algebra IIB – 4.5: Solving Quadratics by taking the square root Today we reintroduced teh Unit Circle. I know I hit things pretty fast and furious, but we had a bunch to look over and it was a total review. Hopefully you got the message that I don’t expect you to memorize the unit circle, but I do expect you to use it, be able to . . . → Read More: PreCalc – 4.3: The Unit Circle Today we went through an AP problem that we have done before, with confidence intervals, but this time we did it with a two tailed ttest. The difference between a two tailed test and a onetailed test is the alternative hypothesis – in a two tailed test it is ≠. For a better discussion, see . . . → Read More: AP Stats – Two Tailed ttests Here are the AP Problems for this chapter – we’ve already done one of them, and we will do SEVERAL more in the next week. If you lose yours, here is a copy you can print out – they are lengthy, as several of the problems are multiple pages. Here’s the reading guide for chapter 11 – remember, this replaces ALL notes that you hand in, although is not a thorough guide to what we will or have covered. It is merely intended as a guide for your reading of the text.. If you were not here, make sure you have been excused by your parents or whomever so you can make up the test. Then, you need to find a time between now and Wednesday, March 2 to come in and take it. If you have not taken it by EO hour on that date, you . . . → Read More: Algebra IIB – TEST TODAY! We continued on into chapter four and took an initial look at trig functions in acute angles – or, in other words, trig functions in triangles. We’ll look at trig functions in other contexts, including the unit circel, but this is the first step. YOU NEED TO KNOW THE TRIG FUNCTIONS BY MEMORY, . . . → Read More: PreCalculus – 4.2: Trig functions in triangles Here is the activity for today. Follow the instructions below and be prepared to turn this in next time. If you were not here, find a parking lot a do the activity yourself there. If you do this, it might be good to compare your results to what other students have and look at any . . . → Read More: Statistics – What do Students Drive? 