English IV AP
20 February 2014
Hand-in-Hand with Walt Whitman
In writing this poem, Anaya has expressed his love for the great poet Walt Whitman and
believes that Whitman can save the education of young Latinos b
Know all the formulas for: circle, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas.
Understand parts of Parabola: dirctrix, focus, vertex. How do you know if it is opening up and down or
right and left?
Understand parts of ellipses. How will you know if it is a horiz
9.01 Introduction to Limits and the Derivative
The limit of a function is defined as the _ value as _ approaches _. In order for
a limit to exist the _ of the function from _ must
The notation we use for the definition above is
9.02 Techniques for Evaluating Limits
Numerical - _
Graphical - _
Algebraic - _
Let b and c be real numbers and let n be a positive integer.
lim b =
lim x =
lim x^n =
Let b and c be real numbers, let
9.03 Evaluating One-Sided Limits
means as x approaches and gets close to c, the y values of the function, f(x), get
close to L
lim f(x) = L
May or may
Will not exist if y can have different values if approached from different directio
Note-taking Guide Lesson 8.04a Parametric Equations
So far, the graphs you have been drawing have been identified by a function with two variables,
x and y. The independent variable is _ and the dependent variable is _. Equations that
contain x and y are
9.05 Summary & Review Module 9
Make sure you can explain the following topics for your Disscussion Based Assessment.
Find the limit using the following methods graphing, tables and direct substitution.
Finding limits with equations that have a zero in the
Note-taking Guide Lesson 8.04b Applications of Parametric Equations
Eliminating the parameter is the process of converting a _ equation to a
_ equation. Start by choosing the easiest equation to solve for t.
The next step is to _.
Try this: Eliminate the
Writing Your Claim Worksheet
Marshaling Your Evidence
Just as generals must marshal or gather their troops, argumentative writers must marshal their evidence. Revisit your
notes, graphic organizers, and worksheets from the play. Write key points of eviden
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the arrthor of General Virology (John Wiley di: Sam).
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In the past twenty years, one has heard much talk of a
biological revolu.tion and of its consequences for man
Julius Caesar Act II Graphic Organizer
Considers killing Caesar but has mixed feelings. Finally
decides that it is the best option after he reads the fake
Works for Brutus. Confirms that tomorrow is the Ides of
Literary Criticism & 5 Facts of Fiction- Organizer
As you read, complete the organizer below. This will allow you to journal your thoughts
throughout the text, and help you collect textual evidence for writing in response to tex
Final Draft Worksheet
Instructions: Copy and paste the following text into a document or create a document that contains
the same information.
Using your essay in response to the unit's writing prompt, complete the following steps to improve
Guided Journaling Resource
Overview: As you read it is important to make sure you are monitoring your comprehension of
the text. At the end of every reading you should be able to answer the following questions:
What does the text say?
English IV AP
18 November 2013
A Coward: to Be or Not to Be?
Shakespeare wrote most of his work during the Elizabethan time period, a time when
music, poetry, and literature helped to shape the country of England
English IV AP
21 October 2013
Polonius and Parents
Why are you still here, Laertes? Hurry up and get on the ship as the wind
is picking up and everyone is waiting for you. I give you my blessing.
And let me tell yo
English IV AP
27 January 2014
And the Flames Rose Higher
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth (Genesis 1:1). He created man to
be his child and angels to live with him in the paradise of heaven f
English IV AP 6th
23 April 2014
Response to Twain Satire
Satire is the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or
deriding vice, folly, etc. It usually is employed to poke fun at or find comedy
9.04 Continuity at a Point
Defining Continuous Function
A function is continuous at a point x = c if and only if these conditions are true:
f (c) _, meaning f is _ at x = c and c is in the _ of f (x) .
lim f (x ) exists, meaning _.
f ( c )=lim f