Spring 2018 | Professor Kate Poirier

# Month: March 2018(Page 1 of 4)

Next week is spring break, so we won’t see each other, but you’ll still be busy.

• Webwork:
• NonLinearSystems due 04/02/2018
• 3×3-Systems due 04/09/2018
• Test #1 Solutions due Tuesday, April 3 at 10am
• Spring break Intro to Trigonometry assignment due Tuesday, April 10 at 10am (details below)

#### Intro to Trigonometry – Due Tuesday, April 10, 10am

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For a student who is focused, the whole activity might take an hour or an hour and a half. You may work with a partner, but you must each complete your own activity. It doesn’t matter too much if your answers are right or wrong, as long as it’s clear that you’ve made a real effort to complete the activity. A student whose effort is clear will earn 3 participation points.

There will be a short quiz in class on Tuesday, April 10 based on the activity. There will not be a quiz on Thursday, April 12.

# Happy spring break!

Chances are I’ll be a few minutes late for today’s class. Don’t worry, we’ll still have the test!

Session 10

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Test #1 Version C Question 3

Webwork – DistanceFormula: Problem 1

Find the distance between these two points: (1,2) and (0,3)

d =  √ ( X2 – X1 ) ² + ( Y2 – Y1 ) ²

d = √ ( 0 – ( -1 ) ² + ( 3 – ( -2 )²

d = √ ( 0 + 1 ) ²  + ( 3 + 2 ) ²

d = √ ( 1 ) ² + ( 5 ) ²

d = √  1 + 25

d = √  26   ✓

Exercise# 7.2  Pg:603  Question# 13

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