HW: Complete the 2 desmos activities listed in your google classroom. Quiz on Graphing Radical Functions is tomorrow, 2/20.

Students used much of the class period to work on 2 desmos activities. I came around and checked students graphs A - H from last week. We also checked the WS Graphing Radical Functions day 2. This was collected.
HW: Complete the 2 desmos activities listed in your google classroom. Quiz on Graphing Radical Functions is tomorrow, 2/20.
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We completed the last of our notes on graphing radical functions. We saw that we could factor out the "a" under the radical so that we could correctly identify the "a" and "h" in the radical function. We also reviewed key differences between cube root graphs and square root graphs. Then we checked the graphs A - D and created the graph for E together. Students had the last half of class of work on the Discovery Education Quiz: Inverses and WS graphing radical functions day 2.
HW: Complete Discovery Education Quiz: Inverses and WS graphing radical functions day 2 and any missing work. Please turn in the graphs A - H on Tuesday, 2/19. Students used the first 15 - 20 minutes to complete a matching activity where a function was matched with its inverse. Then we completed our notes on graphing cube root functions. A key difference between these graphs is that the domain and range of the cube root function is all real numbers. We showed that the pivot point of the cube root function is (h, k). On the square root function, the point of origin is (h, k).
Use the link for review/practice https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/radical-equations-and-functions/graphs-of-radical-functions/e/graphs-of-radical-functions https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/radical-equations-and-functions/graphs-of-radical-functions/v/radical-function-graphs-exercise HW: Complete WS Graphing day 1 graphs F, G, & H (all graphs will be done except for E). Please check your graph with desmos.com. Also, complete the DE Quiz: Inverses. Students completed a 4 question warm-up on composite functions and then matched 4 given graphs with the square root function, cube root function, 4th root function, and 5th root function. We completed the first page of our 6.8 notes on graphing the square root function. We reviewed what we learned about transformations and the effects of
a, h, and k. We saw that the domain and range are connected to h and k. Use the link for review/practice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGVnKmq3ap4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1eyLtfIVDw https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/radical-equations-and-functions/graphs-of-radical-functions/e/graphs-of-radical-functions https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/radical-equations-and-functions/graphs-of-radical-functions/v/radical-function-graphs-exercise HW: Complete graphs A - D & turn in the circuit training. Students completed 2 warm-up sets, one on composite functions graphically and the other on inverses. We went over both of these as well as the circuit training - functions 2. We also checked Test Prep 6-7. Then students used the rest of class to work on quiz #4. The first 12 questions were completed and students will be able to finish the 4 short answer questions tomorrow.
HW: Complete circuit training - functions 2 and start working on the DE Quiz:inverses which is due on 2/14. For the first 15 minutes, students worked on Circuit Training: Functions 2. We also discussed common questions. Students also had time in class to complete the desmos activity: practice with inverses (from last Friday). Students used the rest of class to work on the circuit training and/or the desmos activity from Friday or today's work: desmos inverse functions.
HW: Complete desmos: inverse functions and circuit training. Quiz #4 tomorrow on Function Operations, Composition, & Inverses. We completed the last 2 pages of our notes, including WS 6-7 Vocab Support. Students also completed an 18 question sheet on functions & inverses. Discussed this together. Lastly, students started the desmos activity: practice with inverses.
HW: Complete desmos activity: practice with inverses & WS 6-7 Test Prep (on the back of 6-6 Test Prep). Students completed a warm-up that reviewed composite functions graphically, writing the equation of a line, and composed the two linear functions. We also checked the 5 questions on the Test Prep 6-6. Then we discussed the exploration of inverse functions graphically, symbolically, and verbally (through their word description). We saw that the inverse switches (reverses) the order of the coordinates in the original function. We checked this with a set of points as well as various lines. From our data tables for the linear function and its inverse, we wrote the equation of both lines using y = mx + b (slope-intercept form).
We also could see that the inverse function undoes the original function. We used this idea to create the inverse function. Then we looked at these graphically using desmos. We saw that the function and its inverse are reflections over the line y= x. Use the video link below for review or practice: www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=PWcjyhW8vMk https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/manipulating-functions/introduction-to-inverses-of-functions/v/introduction-to-function-inverses HW: Complete WS DE Exploration of Inverse Functions Investigation #4 (1 - 3). We played 2 Kahoot games to review composite functions algebraically, graphically, and by using tables. Then we discussed WS 6.6 and collected it. Lastly, we used Desmos to investigate composite functions graphically. We found that sometimes the order of the composite function gives that same value for any real number chosen. Students were asked to look at these functions and see what makes them "special."
HW: Complete WS 6.6 Test Prep (1 - 5) & Complete the front side of page 1 of the Exploration of Inverse Functions. We finished our notes from yesterday including the application problem using composition of functions. The students in 5th hour checked 1 - 8 on WS 6-6 and we started the desmos activity: composing functions exploration.
Video links on composite functions: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/manipulating-functions/function-composition/v/function-composition https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/manipulating-functions/function-composition/v/evaluating-composite-functions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4AEZElTPDo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lsh3wsBPaI on applications of composite functions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VI2kJp69jNg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oufbct8TgA4 HW: Please complete all of the WS 6-6 Practice and WS 6-6 Test Prep 1 5. |
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