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Date |
Entry Task |
Activity and JR |
Homework* |
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6/9 |
Create a function that is discontinuous at x
= 3, but the limit as x –> 3 is equal to 5. |
Review ET Basic understanding of continuity and limits Why do algebra now? Because it's the foundation of Calculus! Begin Algebra Self-Test 1 JR: Which skills are clearly lacking from completing the Algebra Self-Test? |
Return your math textbook if you have not
already done so. Complete the self-test activity from today's class. |
6/10 |
Graph the following function, be sure to set
an appropriate window: Watch this Video Clip |
Answer the question: What
is the limit? Why does it not exist?
Learn about limits and continuity with Evaluating
Limits worksheet JR: How much time will you realistically devote to
preparing yourself over the Summer for next year's
mathematics class? |
Discover a trigonometric
identity by:
View THIS Calculus Preparation website made by Dr. Edge's Calculus Students. Make a list of sample problems you need help solving. |
6/12 |
Calculate the slope of the line that passes
through the function f(x) = x^{2}
when x = 1 and x = 3. |
Periods 1 & 3: Review Algebra Self-Tests
and Resolve Algebra Misunderstandings from last night's
homework Period 5: Begin Algebra Self-Test 2 Resolve Algebra Misunderstandings. JR: Which PreCalculus topic from this year's study did you enjoy the best. Explain! |
View the Khan Academy
Test Prep website. Practice some SAT test questions. Bookmark this site to study for the SAT over the summer. (Note: The test format will change in March 2016, do you know which one you will take?) |
6/15 |
Write about one thing you
wish you learned more about in this class. |
End of year Wrap-up Summer Homework Briefing NO More JR's |
Summer Homework. Return to
Dr. Edgerton's
webpage for calculus homework. http://www.edgertonphd.us/rahs/ |
6/16 |
Pancake Breakfast |
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Summer |
Complete
the assigned homework provided by Dr. Edgerton, relax and
have a wonderful summer. It has been a pleasure and a
privilege working with all of you this year! – Mr. G. |