HW: Complete the DE Quiz & any missing work. Test #6 is tomorrow, 12/11.

Students were encouraged to complete the Discovery Education quiz from last week and their Desmos activities. Students completed their study guide from last Friday and checked it with the answer key in their google classroom. We went over questions from the study guide.
HW: Complete the DE Quiz & any missing work. Test #6 is tomorrow, 12/11.
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Students were reminded to complete any missing online work using student.desmos.com and the on the online quiz with DiscoveryEducation.com. All students should complete this by Monday, 12/11. All students received a study guide for the upcoming Test 6. Please complete it as we will go over it on Monday, 12/10. 5th hour students worked together in decorating our door. THANK YOU!
HW: Complete study guide for test #6 & any missing work. Test is Tuesday, 12/11. 4th hour went over the quiz from yesterday. We also played a Kahoot game that reviewed graphing polynomials If you have completed the DE Quiz on Graphing Polynomials, go to discoveryeducation.com and log in with your school google account to complete the 10 question quiz.
Homework: complete the graphing polynomials packet (1 - 8). Test is on 12/11. Students completed the first page of WS Graphing Polynomials HW Day 1 as a review. We checked this in class. Then students had about 20 minutes to complete the Quiz on graphing polynomials.
HW: Complete the WS Graphing Polynomials HW Day 1 (pages 2 & 3) and any Desmos activities or DE Quiz. We worked on completing the 4 page graphing polynomials packet today in class. We had done much of the first 3 pages together and students completed the rest. Then students had time to work on their discovery education quiz or desmos activities. We used what we learned about end behavior and zeros to get us started. Then we substituted in values that were between our zeros to help create a good sketch of the polynomial function.
Use the video links for review/practice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7jEZB4MVaA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwyo0csHcqk HW: Complete the WS Matching Equations to Graphs. Quiz tomorrow, 12/5, on graphing polynomials. Students worked with a partner on matching 14 graphs with 17 equations. Afterwards, students worked on the Discovery Education Quiz Graphing Polynomials. Students were also reminded to complete the Desmos activities from last week.
HW: Complete the first 2 pages of the Graphing Polynomials Packet from last week. We played a 10 question Kahoot game on graphing polynomials. Students also played a matching game in class, called Desmos Polygraph Polynomials. Then students used the rest of class to work a Desmos: Polynomial Functions. We reviewed how to determine the "a" value of the polynomial.
HW: Complete Desmos: Polynomial Functions. We completed 4 columns, in our packet on graphing polynomials, where the graph was given and we determined the end behavior, zeros & multiplicity, and then its equation in factored form. We checked our equation using desmos to see if it matched our given graph. Students used this same process as they worked through 2 desmos activities: match my polynomial and polynomial functions in factored form.
Use the video links for review or practice: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iva5GFghJoE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICUWu4BvhTo www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9PM6Z2b55A www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp55wMhgHtM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7goaMfIxAU HW: Complete the 2 desmos activities. Turn in the math riddle (match the graph with the equation) if you have not done so. Students checked through their 3 problems in the Graphing Polynomials Packet. Then students completed the desmos activity: polynomial features & vocabulary. As a class, we discussed multiplicity and how it affects the graph at the x-intercept. Our conclusion was that a zero with an even multiplicity will turn or bounce at the x-axis while a zero with odd multiplicity will cut through the x-axis.
Use the videos for extra practice or review: www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5RgAbdxgDs www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA9_LPjcSoQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3Yzjt6YSY8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PciYbwyN8ZM HW: Complete the matching activity (math riddle): What animal has more lives than a cat? Students received their Test #5 back today. Retakes must be completed by December 7th. We used our prior knowledge to make some simple graphs of even and odd degree polynomials (like y = x, y = x^2, and y = x^3). We used desmos.com to investigate the end behavior of cubic, quartic, quintic and other higher degree polynomials with lead coeffecients that were positive or negative.
We came up with this generalization: For polynomials with even degrees, if a> 0 then the end behavior is up, up. For polynomials with even degrees, if a< 0 then the end behavior is down, down. For polynomials with ODD degrees, if a> 0 then the end behavior is down, up. For polynomials with ODD degrees, if a< 0 then the end behavior is up, down. Use the links for review or practice: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jD-KEBl1z9k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-KNbPZUTOE HW: Complete Demos : Polynomial Features and Vocabulary. Complete the 3 highlighted problems (factored or standard form & end behavior) on the Graphing Polynomials Packet. |
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