Advanced Math Study Guide


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1 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
2 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
3 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
4 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
5 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
6 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
7 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
8 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
9 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
10 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
11 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
12 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
13 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
14 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
15 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
16 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
17 Advanced Math Study Guide Topic Finding Triangle Area (Ls. 96) using A=½ bc sin A (uses Law of Sines, Law of Cosines) Law of Cosines, Law of Cosines (Ls. 81, Ls. 72) Finding Area & Perimeters of Regular Polygons (Ls. 73) Areas of Triangles, Trapezoids, Sectors & Segments Graphing Tangent & Inverse Functions (Ls. 94) Sketching Sinusoids (Ls. 84) given the function, you graph it More Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 66) Phase Shifts & Period (Ls. 57) Vertical Shifts (Ls. 47) Periodic Functions (Ls. 43) Questions Like: Using Trigonometry: Ls. 99: 20 Ls. 101: 21 Ls. 85: 20 Ls. 89: 24 Ls. 90: 21 Ls. 92: 20 Ls. 88:26 Ls. 92: 24 Ls. 97: 24 Ls. 66: 25 Ls. 67: 28 Ls. 85: 30 Graphing Trig Functions Ls. 99: 21 Ls. 100: 24 Ls. 101: 23 Ls. 100: 23 Ls. 78: 22 Ls. 83: 22 Solving Trig Equations Advanced Trig Equations (Ls. 85) Ls. 99: 25 Ls. 100: 26 Solving Trig Equations (Ls. 50, 52) w/radicals (Ls. 65) Factorable Trig Equations (Ls. 60) Ellipses (Ls. 89) focus definition Ellipses (Ls. 71) standard definition Hyperbola (Ls. 78) equations of asymptotes, vertices, graph Conics Ls. 73: 22, 23, 24 Ls. 74: 24, 25, 26 Ls. 84: 23 Ls. 92: 13 Ls. 99: 28 Ls. 97: 22 Parabolas (Ls. 68) locus definition Parabolas (Ls. 58) narrow & wide Parabolas (Ls. 54) completing the square Ls. 77: 18 Ls. 78: 19
18 Circles (Ls. 63) completing the square Ls. 84: 24 Circles (Ls. 42) standard equation Systems of Inequalities (Ls. 56) graphs of Ls. 86: 28 conics, shade the solution Ls. 90: 24 Trig Identities Show (PLAY THE GAME Multiple Levels) Trig Identities to Know (Ls. 76, 80,84) Ls. 90: 20, 21 Game Levels 1, 2, 3 Number Theory & Misc. Geometric Progressions (Ls. 91) Ls. 97: 19 Ls. 98: 25 Arithmetic Progressions & Means (Ls. 86) Ls. 90: 14, 15 Binomial Expansions & Pascal s Triangle Ls. 78: 9, 10 (Ls. 77) Matrices & Determinants (Ls. 69) Ls. 93: 22 Evaluating Trig Functions Powers (Ls. 48) Ls. 73: 27 Radians (Ls. 39) Ls. 74: 27 Angles Greater than 360º (Ls. 36) Midpoint Formula (Ls. 37) Distance Formula (Ls. 35) Line Equidistant (Ls. 37) Perpendicular Bisectors Midpoint Method (Ls. 48) Forms of Linear Equations (Ls. 39) Equation of a Line (Ls. 10) Coordinate Geometry Functions Symmetry, Reflections, Translations (Ls. 31) Exponential Functions (Ls. 23) Square Root Functions Absolute Value Functions (Ls. 21) Tests for Functions (Ls. 21) Domain & Range (Ls. 21) Ls. 94: 24 Ls. 50, 13, 14 May 12 Homework: (note: These are the questions to do) Ls. 94: 6, 7, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Ls. 96: 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Study Guide Personal Resource Sheet (remember this formula sheet may have formulas of help as well as example problems that you still are having trouble with but it should be generated by your own hand not printed offline) Don t forget to bring your Unit Circle and Scientific Calculator next week!
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