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Here's the calculator rental form if you're interested in renting a calculator from North Cobb.

Note: A parent signature is required on this form, then you'll need to take it to Coach Denison in Rm 3053.

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Answers to study guide for the final

**Exponential and Logarithms test will be Thursday 5/15**

Long video clip on Expanding/Condensing logs.

First 5min is a really good explanation of the 3 rules, after that he does examples.

Partial Solutions to the review! Here are the solutions to the last few, plus a few more!

The answers to 25 & 26:

25.

*x*= 11.4

26.

*x*= 48

I did those solutions last semester. Don't know why I skipped these two. Be sure and try the extras that I replaced them with!

**EOCT!!! It's coming, May 5 & 6.**

Big Review Book that you might not want to print.

Answers to the 3 review packets.

Extra Review for circle/parabolas. Answers with hints.

**OTHER EOCT TIPS!**

1. It is long, but you have plenty of time to finish. Take your time!

2. Use your scratch paper, or test booklet. Solving problems in your head can result in careless errors.

3. If you're having trouble with a question, skip it and come back later.

4. Use the formula sheet!

5. Most students who fail will score between a 66 & 70. Think to yourself the whole time, "Just get 4 more points!"

6. Even when you think you've gotten "4 more", try to get another 4 more!

7. Eat breakfast and get a good night's sleep.

8. Cellphones, ipods and other electronics must stay out of sight until everyone is done. If you can finish early, you may read a book, draw or sleep.

9. Do not attempt to cheat. A zero for 20% of your grade is not pretty.

10. Have confidence!!!! Don't give up on a question after reading it just once. Read it again, and again if you have to. Don't give up!

11. If you have to guess, then eliminate as many choices as you can first.

**Our Next Test Covering Solving, simplifying and graphing rational and radical functions will be Friday 4/18/14 (by the way, that date's a palindrome!) (Racecar is a palindrome too.)**

Solutions to the review packet.

A well presented website on finding the horizontal asymptote for a rational equation.

And finding vertical asymptotes.

**Polynomials test will be Monday (3/24) and will include a section for those needing to retake the Solving Quadratics test.**

Study Guide for the Polynomials section is available here.

Solutions to the review are here!

**#s 13 & 14 will NOT show up on the test.**

Solutions to the yellow quiz.

The study guide for solving quadratics is still available below. Though we are primarily using factoring and the quadratic formula to solve quadratic equations these days, you'll still need to demonstrate that you can solve them by square root and by completing the square.

15 min video on graphing polynomial functions.

Another 15min. Part 2 of the previous video.

**Probability Test will be Tuesday 3/11!**

Anything from the quiz OR review could be on the test... ALSO, expect a question like the WS we did today, as well as a question like this using the conditional probability formula:

P(drinking coffee) = .623

P(liking math given that you drink coffee) = .521

Find p(liking math and being a coffee drinker).

The answer to this is:

p(liking math and drinking coffee) = .325

Solutions for:

Review for Test

Probability Quiz

Video Clip about conditional probabilities from a chart. Skip until about 4:15

**Circles and Parabolas! Our next test is scheduled now for Thu, 2/27**

The Review is available here.

Solutions to the Review

**Graphing Quadratics**

Take Home Test here if you lost yours

Solutions to the properties of graphs WS from Wed & Thu. Quiz over this stuff on Friday!

**Factoring & Solving! our next test will be next Thu, 1/30.**

**Ha! Ok, so the test is now scheduled for Tuesday 2/4 (assuming we can go back to school on Monday!)**

Worksheets from Thursday and Friday (1/23 & 24) in case you weren't here!

Here's a video clip that shows how to solve by factoring. It's long, so jump around to what you need. ALSO, he doesn't show factoring (when A isn't 1) in the same way I did. Can't find anyone that teaches this our way!

The review for the test is attached here. Solutions to the review!

Solutions to the Solving Equations WS (Moral of the Story) from Monday 2/3.

So about that Factoring by grouping. Here's a video. Pretty boring, but it's only 4min and you have to know how to do this!

I'll try and post more videos tonight.

A video clip on completing the square. There are 2 really annoying math teachers that make Youtube videos... But their stuff is right on. This is one of the 2 annoying guys. Long video, but he does several examples, you don't have to watch the whole thing!

**First test is Tuesday 1/21**

The review for the first test :)

Solutions.

Solutions for the rational/radical worksheet.

The Dinner Menu Assignment is due Wednesday in class! Don't forget!

Here's a video clip on multiplying complex numbers.

And dividing complex numbers (using the conjugate)

I'll be in my room as early as possible in the morning if you need extra help! You can email me tonight as well!

Here's the other problem that I didn't get to today.

If you look at it and can't visualize how it works, then click this link for a Youtube vid. Don't watch the whole thing, FF to about 4:10 and you'll see how the box works.