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ClassDateLessonSectionWeBWorK Set
1Lines Review:
Equations: Slope-intercept and Point-slope

Slope Formula and Intercepts

Parallel and Perpendicular Through Points

Graphing
2.1, p.128-137 (skip Ex. 7)
2.2, p.145-151 (skip Ex. 1, 8)
2.3, p.157-160 (skip Ex. 4)
2.3, p.160-164
LinesReview
GraphingLines LineLab
22-D Systems of Equations
Substitution and Elimination
3.2, p.246-249
3.3, p.253-257 (skip Ex. 3-4)
3.4, p.261-265 (skip Ex. 3), Applications of Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables (optional)
LinearSystems
33-D Systems of Equations3.6, p.283-2893x3-Systems
4GCF Factoring and Factoring by Grouping4.5, p.360-364 (skip Ex. 6)GCF-Grouping
5Difference of Squares and ac-method4.6, p.368-377
4.7, p.382-383
DifferenceOfSquares
AC-Method
6Solving Equations by Using the Zero Product Rule4.8, p.394-397 (skip Ex. 5)ZeroProductProperty
7Square Root Property and Completing the Square7.1, p.582-587SquareRootProperty
9Complex Numbers6.8, p.556-563ComplexNumbers
Vertex Formula and Standard Form
7.4, p.612-620
7.5, p.626-631 (skip Ex. 5)
ParabolaLab
ShiftingParabolas ParabolaVertices-CtS ParabolaVertices- VertexFormula
11Distance Formula (Pythagorean Theorem)
Midpoint Formula
Circles (complete the square and standard form) Perpendicular Bisector
9.1, p.754-759DistanceFormula
Circles CircleLab
12Nonlinear Systems of Equations in Two Variables9.4, p.784-788NonLinearSystems
13Rational Expressions
Addition and Subtraction of Rational Expressions Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions
5.1, p.422-428 (skip Ex. 1, 2, 5)
5.2, p.432-434
5.3, p.437-444
ReducingRationalExpressions
14Complex Fractions5.4, p.447-452ComplexFractions-Method1
ComplexFractions-Method2
15Solving Rational Equations5.5, p.454-460FractionalEquations
16Properties of Integer Exponents4.1, p.320-323IntegerExponents
17Roots
Rational Exponents
6.1, p.496-502
6.2, p.508-512
HigherRoots
HigherRoots-Algebraic RationalExponents
6.3, p.515-519 (skip Ex. 2, 5)
6.4, p.522-525
20Division of Radicals and Rationalization6.6, p.536-543 (skip Ex. 1b, 2, 3b, 3c, 4, 6)RationalizeDenominators
22Angle Measure
Similar Triangles and Proportions
1.1, p.2-6
2.1, p.46-50
23Special Triangles1.1, p.2-6SpecialTriangles
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Trigonometric Ratios of Right Triangles
Inverse Trigonometric Functions
2.2, p.54-56TrigonometryRatios
SolvingRightTriangles- InverseTrig
26Solving Right Triangles
Applications
2.3, p.63-66SolvingRightTriangles
Trigonometry and the Coordinate Plane
3.1, p.90-93
1.3, p.22-27
CoordinatePlaneTrig
28Unit Circles3.3, p.108-113UnitCircle
29Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions
Graphs of the Tangent and Cotangent Functions (op- tional)
4.1, p.134-144
4.2, p.153-159
GraphingSineCosine
30Fundamental Identities
Proving Trigonometric Tautologies
1.4, p.31-35
5.1, p.212-214
31Trigonometric Equations6.3, p.284-290TrigEquations
32Law of Sines7.1, p.316-322LawOfSines
33Law of Cosines7.2, p.329-332LawOfCosines
34Exponential Functions8.3.1, 8.3.2, 8.3.4, p.680-686ExponentialFunctions
35Logarithmic Functions8.4, p.690-693 and p.696-697LogarithmicFunctions
36Properties of Logarithms
Compound Interest
8.5, p.704-709
8.6, p.712-715 (skip Ex. 3)
LogarithmicProperties
CompoundInterest
37Exponential Equations
Applications to Compound Interest, Population Growth
8.7, p.726-734ExponentialEquations
ExponentialEquations-Calc
Final Exam Review