## There is a website called Math 10C Explained that has video lessons of most of the concepts we will cover during this semester. Here is the link to the site: Math 10C Explained

January 31: Unit 1: Powers and Roots. Lesson 1: Prime Factorization and GCF. Complete questions 1 - 6 for tomorrow. Greatest Common Factor , Prime Factorization , Prime Factorization.February 1: Review of grade 9 Exponent Laws. Complete the assigned questions for tomorrow. Exponent Laws Explained, Exponent Properties 1 Exponent Properties 2

February 6: Rational Exponents Day 1. Exponential and Radical form Exponential and Radical form with negative exponent example Rational Exponents Student copy

February 7: Rational exponents day 2. In Class Assignment # 1.

February8: Rational And Irrational Numbers lesson 3 and 4. Students need to ensure the following questions are completed for tomorrow: Pages 20-21 #s 1-5 and pages 27-28 #s 2-6. Real Numbers .

February 9: Simplifying Radicals Lessons 5 and 6. Complete the worksheet for tomorrow. Simplifying Radicals Mixed to Entire Radicals. Reminder that the unit quiz is February 16 and the unit test is .February 22

February 13: Simplifying Radicals Day 2. Adding and Subtracting Radicals Worksheet is due for tomorrow. Simplifying, Multiplying and Dividing Radicals

February 14: In class assignment # 2. Adding and subtracting radical expressions.

February 15: Review and Problem Solving with Powers and Roots. Start working on the unit review for tomorrow. Omit # 6, 7. The review assignment must be completed for Wednesday, February 22.

February 16: Quiz.

February 22: Unit Test

February 23: New unit. Trigonometry. Progress Reports were handed out today. Today we reviewed ratios and pythagorean theorem. Pythagorean Theorem. Problem Solving with Pythagorean Theorem Review of Pythagorean Theorem We also started the first lesson in this unit in the workbook. Students are to complete question 2 in this lesson for tomorrow.

February 24: Trigonometry Lesson 1: Determining the Primary Trig Ratios (pages 199-208) questions 9, 11. Trigonometry Lesson 2: Trig Ratios on a calculator (pages 209-218) complete questions 1 - 4.

March 6: Trig Lesson 3 Using Trig Ratios to find the length of a side

March 7: Trig Lesson 4: Using Trig ratios to find a missing angle. Using trig ratios to find angle measures . Complete questions 1-8 on the pink sheet for tomorrow.

March 8: LESSON 5: SOLVING TRIANGLES USING TRIG RATIOS Complete the 12 questions on the purple sheet for tomorrow. All work must be shown.

March 9: Lesson 6 : Solving Problems using Trig Ratios. We worked on problem solving on the white boards. Review for assignment tomorrow.

March 10: In class assignment on finding angles and sides.

March 13: Review and Lesson 7. Solving Problems with two triangles using Trig ratios. Complete questions 1 a and c. Review assignment is due for Thursday.

March 14: Quiz .

March 15: Review. Complete the practice test on page 257 omit NR # 3, 4, and the WR.

March 16: Unit Test.

**March 20:**New unit. Polynomials and Factoring. Lesson 1: Review of operations with polynomials from grade 9. Complete questions 7, 14 and 15 on pages 269-272. Lesson 2. Review of multiplication of polynomials from grade 9. Students need to complete # 4, 5 (a, c, e, g, i) and 7 (a, c, e, g), on pages 279-281. Most students should only have 2 or 3 questions left to finish.

Progress Reports were handed out today.

**March 21**

**:**Operations with polynomials. Lesson 3 Multiplying Binomials. Complete question 4 (a, c, e, g) on page 289 and question 7 (a - g) on page 290. multipying binomials using the box method , . adding and subtracting polynomials , multiplying polynomials and monomials

**March 22**: Multiplying Binomials Day 2. We worked on the mini white boards and students completed Lesson 4 questions 2 (a, c), 3(a, b), 4 (a, b). Students were then assigned questions in Lesson 5 Multiplying Polynomials on pages 301-302: 1a, 2a, 4a, 5 and 6. multipying binomials using the box method , multiplying binomials using FOIL Multiplying binomials using the distributive property

**March 23**: In class assignment on Multiplying Polynomials.

**March 27**: Polynomials Lesson 7. Problem Solving with Polynomials. Complete questions 1(b), and 5 on pages 307 and 308. Unit assignment corrections are due for Thursday.

**March 28**: Factoring Lesson 1. Factoring GCF from polynomials. Questions 1-3, 6 and 7 for homework. Factoring polynomials - GCF

**March 29**: Lesson 2 - factoring by grouping. Complete the worksheet for tomorrow. Factoring by grouping worksheet Factoring polynomials - GCF factoring by grouping. Factoring GCF.

**March 30**

**:**Lesson 3: Factoring trinomials using either the box method or product/sum method. Questions 1 -12 on the worksheet are due for Monday. Factoring trinomials assignment with answers factoring trinomials using the box method, factoring trinomials using the product and sum method .

**April 3**: Factoring trinomials Day 2. Factoring Difference of squares. Assignment questions 1 - 15 to be completed for tomorrow. Factoring difference of squares example 1, Factoring difference of squares example 2

**April 4**: Factoring trinomials with no GCF. Students completed Page 359 # 3, 4 (every second question). Factoring by Decomposition More factoring trinomials using the box method. Complete questions 1 - 8 and any 5 on the back of the worksheet for tomorrow. Decomposition assignment with answers

April 5: Practice with all types of factoring. Factoring all types practice Answers

April 6: In Class Factoring Assignment.

April 7: Practice with all types of factoring. Students worked on a partner activity in class.

**April 18:**Unit review of multiplying and factoring polynomials. Review assignment is due for Thursday.

April 19: Review Day 2. review answers page 1 review answers page 2

**April 20: Unit Quiz**

**April 21: Review. There are two practice tests in the Workbook. The first one is on pages 313-316. Omit page 313 Numerical Response #1 and Multiple Choice #4. The second one is pages 383-387. Omit MC 4, 6, 7 and NR 3, 4, 5**

April 24: Quiz corrections and review. review answers page 1 page 2 page 3 page 4

April 25: Unit Test

**April 26**: Maplewood has been updated. We started a new unit called Functions and Relations. We reviewed graphing linear relations. Finish graphs for tomorrow. graphing linear relations rise over run

April 27 Finish graphing using x and y intercepts worksheet due for Monday. Graphing using x and y intercepts x and y intercepts Finding the slope of a line using two points

May 1: Relations and Functions Lesson 1: Complete questions 2, 4-6, 8-10 and 12 for tomorrow. Discrete and continuous data

May 2: Functions lesson 2: Complete questions 2, 3, 5, and 7 a, b on pages 406-409 for

tomorrow. Binary relations graphing linear relations

May 3: Relations and Functions: Domain and Range lesson 4. Complete questions 1, 2 and 8 on pages 426-432 for Monday. domain and range

May 4: Domain and Range Day 2. Lesson 7: Functions. Worksheet on domain and range and functions due for tomorrow.

May 8: Lesson 8: Function notation. Complete questions #2, 3, 4 (not a), 5, 6 (not c) function notation .

May 9: Review of domain and range. Function notation Day 2. Lesson 9. Students completed question # 4 and then an assignment on evaluating functions. Assignment Complete worksheet for Monday.

**FUNCTION NOTATION VIDEO**

**Evaluating Functions from a graph VIDEO**

May 10: Graphing Functions. Graphing linear functions. Complete the two graphs and answer the questions for tomorrow.

May 11: Finding slope using the slope formula. Complete What do you call a duck that steals worksheet for tomorrow.

**Assignment with Answers**rise over run , using slope to find another point on the line slope basics , the slope formula.

May 12: Unit Assignment

May 15: Review

May 16 Unit Quiz

May 16 Unit Quiz

May 17: Review Finish review assignment to pass in on Monday. Complete practice test on pages 489-493 Omit multiple choice questions 11-13 and Numerical Response Questions 4, 5.

May 18: UNIT TEST

May 23: Graphing using slope and y-intercept. Parallel and perpendicular lines. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines. Pages 537-545. Questions 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 for tomorrow. slope of parallel and perpendicular lines Graphing using slope and y intercept

May 24: Writing the equation of a line in standard form using the slope and y-intercept. writing the equation of a line in standard form writing the equation of a line in standard form

May 25: Writing the equation of a line using point/slope equation. Worksheet questions 1-12 due for tomorrow. Writing the equation of a line through 2 points

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May 26: Writing the equation of parallel and perpendicular lines in standard form. Page 589-592 Questions 3 (a,c), 4(b) and 5(b). writing the equation of a line in standard form writing equations of a line parallel or perpendicular to another line

## Students have been provided with review booklets to work on at home to prepare for the final exam. We will also be reviewing in class daily for the rest of the semester.

May 29 Review. Equations of a line assignment.

May 30: Solving systems of equations. Lesson 1 solving systems by graphing. solving systems of equations by graphing

June 1: Solving systems of equations by addition. Worksheet questions A, C, E, G I and K due tomorrow. Solving by addition.

June 5: Solving systems review. Problem solving with systems.

June 6: Unit quiz

June 8: Unit Test

## Students have been provided with review booklets to work on at home to prepare for the final exam. We will also be reviewing in class daily for the rest of the semester.

LAST DAY OF CLASSES - JUNE 21

FINAL EXAM JUNE 26th at 1 pm.

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