HW: Complete any missing work including the DE Quizzes. Our first test will be this Friday, February 1st. Stay warm and safe!

Students were able to check their work on the review guide with the answer key posted in google classroom. We went over questions on the review guide as well as Quiz #3 which students got back today. During the last 10 minutes, students solved radical equations around the room that used the algebraic method and graphing method.
HW: Complete any missing work including the DE Quizzes. Our first test will be this Friday, February 1st. Stay warm and safe!
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Students did a quick review of rational exponent equations using Kahoot. Then we went over WS Kuta Rational Exponent Equations. This was collected. Then students completed quiz #3. Afterwards, they had time to work on the review packet. Our first test will be next week, possibly Tuesday.
HW: Complete the review packet, DE Quizzes, & any missing work. Students checked their work on Test Prep 6-5 and we discussed how to properly fill in the gridded response section of the SAT. We completed our notes from Monday on solving rational exponent equations. Students also participated in the inner/outer circle review activity on solving radical equations, which included using the graphing method. Students also received a study guide for their first test next week.
HW: Complete WS Kuta Solving Rational Exponent Equations & work on the study guide (complete by Monday, 1/28). Quiz #3 tomorrow on Solving Rational Exponent & Radical Equations. Students had time to work on the following items:
Discovery Education Quizzes (operations with radicals and radical equations), complete WS Test Prep 6-5 which is on the back of yesterday's notes, & complete any missing homework. Turn in your circuit training. Students used the beginning of class to work on the Circuit Training Radical Equations. Then we went over Quiz #2. We worked on completing most of our notes on solving rational equations. We showed that we could change from the rational exponents back to the radical form and solve or we could use the reciprocal power on each side.
Use the video links for more practice/review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNYTvGu_qAo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyuZbwvm1WM (at the 2:10 mark, he should be using x = = or - 16^(3/2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l545IigPWa8 HW: Complete the Circuit Training Radical Equations and DE Quiz: Operations with Radicals. Test on Friday! Students played a short Kahoot game that reviewed solving radical equations. Then students completed their quiz #2. WS 6.5 was collected.
HW: Complete the DE Quiz on Operations with Radicals & Discovery Education Worksheet. Students completed a 3 question warm-up on solving radical equations. We checked these in class and also showed that we could verify our answers by looking at the graph. We went over the front side of WS 6.5 and then discussed which method (algebraic or graphing) would be appropriate for the given problems (16 - 25). Students had time in class to work on the rest of WS 6.5 or work on the DE Quiz: Operations with Radicals.
HW: Complete WS 6.5, DE Quiz: Operations with Radicals, & WS DE Radical Investigation #4 (on problem 4 do A - D). Quiz #2 is tomorrow at the end of class. We went over WS 6.4 Test Prep and the radical equations 1 - 6. We did #9 together and also discussed other methods (guess & check and graphing) that could be used besides the algebraic method to solve radical equations. We reviewed how to use the TI-Nspire to graph and find the intersection point(s).
HW: Complete the front side of WS 6.5 (use the algebraic method on 1 - 10). Students completed Test Prep 6.3 & we went over it in class. Students then discussed (with a partner) 10 statements to determine whether they were true or false. Then we discussed they as a class. Lastly, we looked at how to solve radical equations algebraically. Students focused on isolating the variable (algebraic method) and then eliminating the root by raising each side to the index power and then solving a simple algebra equation. With the algebraic method, it may produce extraneous solutions, so one must check when using the algebraic method.
Use the link below for additional practice/help with radical equations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFFoAGIEyJc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrI36NODgN0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EOGx68kdwo http://www.cliffsnotes.com/math/algebra/algebra-ii/quadratics-in-one-variable/solving-radical-equations HW: Complete WS 6.4 Test Prep & solve equations 1 - 8 on the back of the notes on solving radical equations. Students checked their work on 1 - 24 from the WS Kuta Rationals & Radical Exponents. Then we completed 25 - 32 together. This was collected. 5th hour completed their quiz, while 4th hour discussed the quiz. Then students had time to work on WS 6.4 Practice.
HW: Complete the 2 left columns of WS 6.4 Practice and #31. |
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