PreCalculus
3rd and 4th Nine-Weeks
Scope and Sequence
Topic 4: Trigonometry and Trigonometric Functions (45 50 days)
A) Uses radian and degree angle measure to solve problems and perform conversions as needed.
B) Uses the unit circle to explain the circul
PreCalculus
2nd Nine-Weeks
Scope and Sequence
Topic 2: Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions (40 45 days)
(Continued from 1st Nine-Weeks)
A) Determines the characteristics of the polynomial functions of any degree, general shape,
number of real and no
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PreCalculus
Table of Contents
I.
The Purpose of This Curriculum Guide
II.
Guide for Using This Document
III.
Mathematical Process Standards
IV.
Course Description
V.
Timeline
VI.
Curriculum Guide
a. First Nine Weeks
Scope and Sequence
Functions and Grap
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Unit/Topics
4. Trigonometry and
Trigonometric Functions
Uses radian and degree
angle measure to solve
problems and perform
conversions as needed.
Uses the unit circle to
ex
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Unit/Topics
1. Functions and Graphs
Identifies properties of
functions by investigating
intercepts, zeros,
domain, range, horizontal
and vertical asymptotes,
and local and g
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Unit/Topics
2. Polynomial, Power, and
Rational Functions
Analyzing end behavior
of a function using
limits
Explaining the
relationship between
zeros, factors, and xintercep
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3. Exponential, Logarithmic,
and Logistic Functions
Describes and compares the
characteristics of exponential,
logarithmic, and logistic
functions
Models real
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Time required: 45 to 90 minutes
TI-Nspire Activity: Linear Regression (y = mx + b)
By: Sandi Dabbs
Activity Overview
In this activity students begin by generating a scatter plot from a set of data. In the next p
1.5 Linear Regression
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y = 7, 6, 2, 5, 6, 4, 8, 8, 6, 3, 8, 3, 6, 4, 1, 3
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Activity 4.1c Mathematical Modeling
Introduction
In this activity you will collect and analyze data in order to make predictions based
on that data. You will use both manual and computer methods to record, manipulate,
and analyze the data in order to dete
Activity 5.4 Calculating Properties of
Solids
Introduction
Have you ever stopped to think why it is that you are able to float in water? The
reason has to do with the concept of buoyancy. The volume of water that your body
displaces has weight. The weight
Activity 5.4 Calculating Properties of Solids
Equipment
Engineering notebook
Procedure
In this activity you will learn how to hand calculate the volume, weight, and surface
area of common solids. You will then apply your knowledge by calculating these
pro
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Solid _Molecules in a solid are tightly packed but can vibrate, they do not have a
lot of energy and move the slowest of the three states.
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Activity 1.9 Design Innovation
Introduction
Name a product or process that is truly an original invention. You possibly named an
Xbox Kinect or an iPhone. These products are examples of high quality consumer
products; however, neither is an invention. Bot
Algebra 2 - Borges
Mathematical Modeling
Procedure
Part 1. Determine a mathematical model for the mass of puzzle pieces as a function of the
number of wooden cubes in the piece. Then use the mathematical model to make predictions.
1. Record the number of
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Honors Geometry Notes 5.6
Inequalities Involving Two Triangles
For Your
Theorems Inequalities in Two Triangles
5.13 Hinge Theorem
If two sides of a triangle are congruent to two sides
of another triangle, and the included angle of the first
is larger than
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Medians and Altitudes
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The medians of a triangle intersect at a point called t. _ _
the centroid that is two third
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Proving Lines Parallel
Given the following information, determine which lines, if any, are parallel. State the postulate or theorem that
justifies your answer.
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Ratios and Proportions
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Similar Polygons congruent and corresponding side lengths are proportionai.
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Proving Segment Relationship
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Deductive Reasoning
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reasoning.
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Given: If the sum of the measures of two angles is 180, then the angles ar
Honors Geometry Notes 6.3
Tests for Pa rallelograms
If ANY of the following are true, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram:
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Honors PreCalculus
*Summer 2016*
Welcome to Honors PreCalculus! Honors PreCalculus is a thought-provoking course that
requires you to use your Algebra and Geometry skills on a daily basis. All of the information
we are providing for you in this summer pac