*For ES1A and ES1B**Teacher:**Mrs. Rhoads**Please remember to reload this frame if you are reading it in Fronter!*

- Also other activities have been planned by other teachers so please attend class

- No class due to Shakespeare Day! Go go ES1's! Break a LEG!

- Studing for retakes

- Returning Math B Nationals

- Returning Math B Nationals

- 8.50 - 13.00 in the Auditorium
- Mrs. Rhoads will be proctoring during the first two hours

- Study for National Test

- Open class for National Test study from 13.20 - 14.40 in room 4505

- No class due to gray day

- Study for National Test

- Study for National Test

- Quick review of Function Notation
- Study for National Test

- No lectures due to gray day

- Review Compendium for Math A handed out
- Math Problems and Work to do Before National Test - A list of all the exercises from the book we have done throughout the year.

- ES1B - Line Segments
- Recommended Exercises: p.127 Ex 24C

- Recommended Exercises: p.127 Ex 24C

- Chance to study for Nationals

- National Tests in Mathematics (English)
- National Tests in Mathematics (Swedish)

- ES1A - Circle Theorem
- Recommended Exercises
- p.334 Ex 24E
- p.336 Ex 25E

- Recommended Exercises
- ES1B - Line Segments
- Recommended Exercises: p.127 Ex 24C

- Recommended Exercises: p.127 Ex 24C

- Circle Theorems
- Recommended Exercises
- p.334 Ex 24E
- p.336 Ex 25E

- No class due to gray day

- No class due to ilness, Sorry
- Take this time to go back and review

- No class due to ilness, Sorry
- Take this time to go back and review

- Similar Triangles
- Solving Proportions: More Examples
- Strategies for Dealing with Similar Triangles
- Geometric Constructions: Similarity

- Similar Triangles
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.223 5-10
- p.224 14-17
- p.225-6 Ex.30e
*(odd)*

- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- Handouts
*(requires Fronter login)*- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- Recommended Exercises: Class Exercises and Written Exercises
*(odd)*

- Recommended Exercises: Class Exercises and Written Exercises
- Linear Inequalities in One Variable and Compound Inequalities

- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

- Review: Inequalities and Graphing Linear Equations
- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- Handouts
*(requires Fronter login)*- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
- Recommended Exercises: Class Exercises and Written Exercises
*(odd)*

- Recommended Exercises: Class Exercises and Written Exercises
- Linear Inequalities in One Variable and Compound Inequalities

- Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

- Verizon Math Fail - 0.002 dollars is NOT equal to 0.002 cents!

- Solving problems using Simultaneous equations
- Perfect for getting more practice with word problems which almost everyone said they needed to work on.
- Recommended Exercises: p.1433 Ex33c
*(even)*

- Quadratics
- If you would like some more work with Quadratic Equations from the book, try p.146 Ex34e
- Quadratic Equations and Functions
*(requires Fronter login, then give it a moment to load)* - Answers
*(requires Fronter login)* - This is a chapter that is much more detail ed one than what we have in our book and covers completing the square, and other subjects in much more detail.

- Review Statistics and Probability as well.
- This is really important for the course as well!

- This is really important for the course as well!

- Solving simultaneous systems of linear equations
- Graphically
*(covered during Math A)* - Substitution method
- Elimination method

- Graphically
- Recommended Exercises
- p.142 Ex31C
*(choose a column)* - p.143 Ex32C
*(choose a column)*

- p.142 Ex31C

- Results from Quadratics Test
- Hand-in: Study plan

- Results from Quadratics Test
- Hand-in: Study plan

- The test has been graded over the weekend
- Here are the Solutions.
- Common Mistakes made on the test
- (p - 1)
^{2}is equal to (p - 1)(p - 1) and NOT! (p - 1)(p + 1) - Confusion as to what a, b, and c are when filling in the quadratic formula.
- Not using the indicated method (like completing the square or the quadratic formula) to solve the problem.
- Trying to "solve" expressions when they just needed to be factorised. Many people still mix up the difference between expressions and equations.

- (p - 1)
- Bright Points!
- Many people answered question number 3 correctly by giving the perimeter. This was a question to see if you would actually answer a certain question and not just blindly do calculations!
- Really good job on Completing the squares! Your hard work really paid off!

- Point cutoffs for grades
- G - 8 points
- VG - 12 (3vg)
- MVG - 17 (5vg and 1ยค)

- Solving simultaneous systems of linear equations
- Graphically
*(covered during Math A)* - Substitution method
- Elimination method

- Graphically
- Recommended Exercises
- p.142 Ex31C
*(choose a column)* - p.143 Ex32C
*(choose a column)*

- p.142 Ex31C

- Simultaneous Equations
- Practice with Algebraic Solutions to Simultaneous Equations
- Solving Simultaneous Equations
- Cliff Notes: Solving Systems of Equations (Simultaneous Equations)
- Math if Fun: Simultaneous Equations
- Systems of Equations
- Video: Solving Simultaneous Equations by Elimination Example 1

- Vidya in ES1B was nice enough to offer to share her summary on Quadratics with everyone. Nice work! Thank you!

- Chance to study for test on Friday (which will include only Quadractics)

- Chance to study for test on Friday (which will include only Quadractics)

- Applications of Quadratic Equations
- Recommended Exercises: p.363 Ex13E (all) Solutions

- Applications of Quadratic Equations

- Applications of Quadratic Equations
- Recommended Exercises: p.363 Ex13E Solutions
- Choose even or odd, the rest will be done on Friday.

- Choose even or odd, the rest will be done on Friday.

- Looking at the Determinant(D) = b
^{2}- 4ac- D=0 - If the determinant is 0, there is only one root (double root).
- D>0 - If the determinant is positive, then there are two real answers.
- D<0 - If the determinant is negative, there is no real value for x (there are "complex" values that satisfy the equation).

- Vertex form a(x-h)
^{2}+k where the point (h, k) is the max/min of the quadratic equation - Algebraic Manipulation of equations to make them = 0.
- Recommended Exercises: p. 360 Ex11E 1-17, 21, 22

- Looking at the Determinant(D) = b
^{2}- 4ac- D=0 - If the determinant is 0, there is only one root (double root).
- D>0 - If the determinant is positive, then there are two real answers.
- D<0 - If the determinant is negative, there is no real value for x (there are "complex" values that satisfy the equation).

- Vertex form a(x-h)
^{2}+k where the point (h, k) is the max/min of the quadratic equation - Algebraic Manipulation of equations to make them = 0.
- Recommended Exercises: p. 360 Ex11E 1-17, 21, 22

- Quadratic Functions - The Basics
- Solve by useing the quadratic formula x^2 + 5x=-8?
- Write in vertex form?
- Completing the Square: Finding the Vertex
- Graphing Quadratic Functions

- Using Completing the Square to get the Quadratic Formula
- Solving equations using only the Quadratic Formula
- Recommended Exercises: p.359 ex10E
*(choose a column)*

- Planet Nerd: Math Jokes - and I thought I was alone out there! haha
- Abbott and Costello - Math

- Deriving the Quadratic Formula by Completing the Square
- THE QUADRATIC FORMULA PROOF
- Deriving The Quadratic Formula
- Quadratic Equation Calculator
- Video: quadratic formula - sing it with me!
- Video: Quadratic Formula Song

- Completing the square where a > 1
- Recommended Exercises:
- 2x
^{2}-13x +21 = 0 - 2x
^{2}+11x +15 = 0 - 15x
^{2}-x -2 = 0 - 5x
^{2}-8x -21 = 0 - 3x
^{2}-7x -20 = 0 - Answers by both completing the square and factoring by grouping

- 2x

- Video: Completing the Square and the Quadratic Formula
- NutshellMath is perhaps the best math channel on Youtube. Simple and very pedagogical explanations utilizing color.

- NutshellMath is perhaps the best math channel on Youtube. Simple and very pedagogical explanations utilizing color.

- Completing the square where a > 1
- Recommended Exercises:
- 4x
^{2}-5x -6 = 0 - 8x
^{2}-22x +15 = 0 - 4x
^{2}+29x -24 = 0 - 2x
^{2}-11x +12 = 0 - 3x
^{2}32x -91 = 0 - 2x
^{2}-5x -63 = 0 - 2x
^{2}+9x +10 = 0 - Answers - done first with completing the square and then with factoring by grouping

- 4x

- No class due to illness. I will see you guys on Thursday. Keep working on "Completing the Square"

- ES1A
- Quadratics with only two terms
- Completing the square (a = 1)
- Recommended Exercises: p.362 Ex12e 10 & 11 only

- ES1B
- Completing the square (a = 1)
- Recommended Exercises: p.362 Ex12e 10 & 11 only

- Completing the Square to Get a Quadratic into Vertex Form - Absolutely wonderful web page where you can enter a, b, and c and it will show you how to complete the square step by step
- Equation of a Parabola - Standard Form and Vertex Form Equations
- Completing the Square
- Completing the Square:Solving Quadratic Equations
- Video: Completing The Square, Part 1 of 3 - background theory
- Video: Completing The Square, Part 2 of 3
- Video: Completing The Square, Part 3 of 3
- Video: Completing the square
- Video: AS & A-level Maths Completing the square demo 1 - looking at completing the square on the quadratic expression, which you can do as well

- Quiz (short) on Quadratic equations
- More work with facorising quadratics where a > 1 (for those who need it)
- Quadratics with only two terms
- Recommende exercises: p.358 ex9E

- Recommende exercises: p.358 ex9E

- Quadratic Equations longer quiz
- More work with facorising quadratics where a > 1
- Recommended Exercises - Create own examples to work with

- Recommended Exercises - Create own examples to work with

- Factoring Perfect Squares and Difference of Squares
- Methods of solving quadratic equations
- Recommended Exercises - p.357 ex8E
*(middle column)*

- Recommended Exercises - p.357 ex8E

- Quadratic Expressions longer quiz
- Methods of solving quadratic equations
- Recommended Exercises - p.357 ex8E
*(middle column)*

- Recommended Exercises - p.357 ex8E

- If you miss class for any reason, it is your responsibilty to get the information on what was covered either via this website, but more preferably from a fellow student
*before*you come to the next class. Material we cover in class builds on previous knowledge and if you have missed some part then it can be more difficult to get caught up. - Please also be on time, since it is often during quizes that I can take extra time to help you with any questions you might have on the information you missed.
- If you have missed class for a longer period of time (like for example a week) due to illness please contact me via e-mail and we can dicuss the situation.
- Also if you have missed class, there is Math Clinic on Thursdays (14.20 - 17.00 in Room 4318) in order for you to get extra help.

- 20-25 min test
- There will be a small test/quiz on factoring quadratic expressions (ax
^{2}+ bx + c) during the first lecture after Spring Break. - It will cover boths simple expresssions where x = 1 and more advanced ones where a>1.

- There will be a small test/quiz on factoring quadratic expressions (ax
- ES1A
- Quiz on factorising simple quadratic expressions
- Factorising by grouping
- Recommended Exercises: p.356 Ex6E 1-19

- ES1B
- Factoring Perfect Squares and Difference of Squares
- Recommended Exercises: p. 356. Ex7E
- Factoring Quadractics Puzzle

- Homework Guidelines for Mathematics aka "How to suck up to your teacher"
- Algebra Study Tips

- Factoring Difference of Two Perfect Squares
- Factoring Perfect Trinomial Squares
- Difference of Two Squares
- Special Factoring: Factoring Differences of Squares
- Factoring Difference of Two Perfect Squares

- Video: Factoring Trinomials By Grouping Part I
- Video: Factoring Trinomials By Grouping Part II
- Video: Factoring By Grouping - gets a bit advanced, but really good examples
- Video: Factoring by Grouping Part 1
- Factoring Trinomials by Grouping
- Factoring a Quadratic Trinomial by Grouping
- Decomposition method - this person calls it Decomposition, but its the same technique as factorisation by grouping

- Video: Factoring Polynomials
- Video: Factoring Trinomials
- Video: Factoring Quadratic Expressions
- Factoring Quadratics: The Simple Case

- Quiz on factorising simple quadratic expressions
- Factorising by grouping
- Recommended Exercises: p. 355 Ex6E

- No class due to Drama Day!

- Quiz on simple factorisation and binomial multiplication
- Factorising SIMPLE Quadratic Expresions
- Recommended Exercises: p. 355 Ex5e 1-27
- Factoring Quadractics Puzzle

- Quiz on simple factorisation and binomial multiplication
- Factorising SIMPLE Quadratic Expresions
- In class work p.357 Ex8e 1-9 but get answers from checking your work. Ignore the "= 0" part of the equation and just factorise.
- Homework in pairs to be handed in on Thursday

- Simple Factorisation
- Introduction to factorisation of Quadractic Expressions
- Recommended Exercises: p.99 Ex6c
*(odd)*

- Statistical Bias
- Bias Worksheet
- Recommended Exercises: p. 415 Ex 11C

- Statistical Bias
- Bias Worksheet
- Recommended Exercises: p. 415 Ex 11C

- Complementary Events => P(event) + P(!event) = 1
- Conditional Probability
- Recommended Exercises
- p.469 Ex10E
- If you need more work with 'and' and 'or'
- p.456 Ex6C (every other)
- p.460 Ex7E (every other)

- Complementary Events => P(event) + P(!event) = 1
- Conditional Probability
- Recommended Exercises
- p.469 Ex10E
- If you need more work with 'and' and 'or'
- p.456 Ex6C (every other)
- p.460 Ex7E (every other)

- Review of Probability
- Tables and Grids for Probability
- Expectation
- Excluse Events: Or and And Rule
- More on Tree diagrams
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.229 Ex4C
- p.463 Ex8E

- National Test Results Math A

- National Test Results Math A

- Probability - Mr. Nash substituting

- Stem and Leaf Plots
- Box and Whiskers Diagrams
- Histograms
- Recommended Exercises:
- p.398 Ex 6C
- p.420 Ex 13E
- p.428 Ex 15E
- p.431 Ex 16E

- Stem-and-Leaf Plots - Pre Algebra Help
- Box and Whisker Plots
- Box and whisker plotting on the TI-83/TI-84
- Box and Whisker Plot
- Histograms

- Stem and Leaf Plots
- Box and Whiskers Diagrams
- Histograms
- Recommended Exercises:
- p. 398 Ex 6C
- p. 420 Ex 13E
- p. 428 Ex 15E
- p. 431 Ex 16E