This past week we continued to explore the different ways in which function’s behave, and how we can analyze that behavior using their graphs.
Monday 9/29: AIM: How do we find a function’s inverse, and confirm it is accurate?
Tuesday 9/30 & Wednesday 10/1: How do we use a graph to analyze a function’s behavior? (Test Review)
Thursday 10/2: TEST
Friday 10/3: What does it mean for a function to be defined implicitly?
Next week, we’ll be finishing up our introduction to functions, including a quiz on Thursday 10/9, and a CCSS Writing Task on Friday 10/10.
Monday 10/5: AIM: When and how do we define a function parametrically?
Tuesday 10/6: AIM: How do we model real-world scenarios with functions?
Wednesday 10/7: AIM: How do we write a function given a graph, data, or verbal description?
HW #4 was distributed in class on Monday 10/6, and is due on Tuesday 10/14. See below if you need a new copy of it.
REMEMBER: The first marking period ends on Wednesday, October 15th!