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Friday, October 28, 2011

10/28/11 Calculus Assessment + Key+practice

Below is a copy of Today's assessment:
  • Click here for a copy of my solutions.
Here are some more problems for you to practice if you are looking to re-assess, or just simply practice.

Here is the section in the book that address Combining Rules, Logarithmic Differentiation, and Implicit Differentiation.
[3.7]  11-25, 41

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Calc Practice with Answers

  • Below is a problem involving combining rules to find a derivative:
Here is the answer:

  • Below are three problem involving using logarithmic differentiation to find derivatives:

  • Here are the answers to the three problems from above:


    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

    Calculus Practice 10/26/11

    Take a look at parts a and b.
    Here is another problem that was created 6th period today:

    Tuesday, October 25, 2011

    Todays Calculus Assessment + Additional Practice

    Below is the assessment from today:
    • Click here to see a video key for the assessment

    More Practice Problems for target 3:
    • Click here for a video solution to problems 1-3
    • Click here for a video solution to problems 4-6

    Wednesday, October 12, 2011

    Today's Calculus Assessment

    Below are the questions from today:

    Click here to see my video solution.

    If you look through older posts you will find items that are related to question 3.  If you need additional help online look up implicit differentiation and also logarithmic differentiation.

    Monday, October 10, 2011

    Calculus :) Average values and Rates :)

    Below are the problems that were assigned in class today.

    Click here to see me go through the first problem.

    Algebra 2 Practice work (Target 2A)

    Below are the three problems that were assigned today.  For each set of points find the equation of the quadratic that contains each of the points.

    The image below contains the answers to tonight's practice.

    Click here to see me go through an example of how to write the equation of a parabola given three points.

    Friday, October 7, 2011

    Calculus Quiz and Answers from Friday 10/7/11

    So...we took a quiz on Friday.  There were two sections of the quiz.  The first section covered the product rule, quotient rule, chain rule, and the power rule (with the exception of 1 question).  The second question dealt with combining derivative rules and also using logarithmic differentiation.

    Section 1 Links:            Blank Copy          Video Solution

    Section 2 Links:            Blank Copy          Video Solution

    Thursday, October 6, 2011

    Calculus Review

    Here is a quick video of problems 35, 36, and 37 from the review that I assigned today.  Don't worry too much about 35-42, as this will be the first time we assess on this content.

    Algebra 2: Linear Programming

    Below is a link to today's video on linear programming.

    Student solution coming soon.......

    Wednesday, October 5, 2011

    Algebra 2: Write the equation of the parabola given 3 points

    When you write the equation fo a parabola/quadratic that contains three points you are essentially solving a system of three equations with three variables.  Below are the three points that need to be on your parabola.  Give it a shot, see if you can write the equation of the quadratic that contains the three points listed below.

    Click here to see my video solution.  (There is also an additional practice problem at the end of the video)

    Logarithmic Differentiation Examples and Answers

    Below is a livescribe that Cory put together today in class.  Give the link time to load.

    Class Problems from today:

    Click here to see my solution to the two problems(shown above), that were given in class:

    Additional Practice Problems:

    Click here to see a video key of my solutions.