You have an EXPLORATION ASSESSMENT due THURSDAY at 11:59 PM.
Also, watch this video on limits. Below it is a review video on long division is you need it.
Remember that brick wall we talked about? Yeah, that wasn't fun.
I'll admit: that exam was not easy. Here's the stats for the Canvas portion (percentage correct, not points).
Take your Canvas score and divide it by 75, then multiply by 100. That will show where you are on this graph.
This exam was very unforgiving; one little mistake, and your answer would be completely wrong. There were A LOT of answer choices that were CLOSE to the right answer, but not exactly right. Luckily, the written portion has partial credit. However, success on the Canvas portion took more than just KNOWING how to do certain problems; it took mastery of every single topic and knowing it well enough to teach it to someone else.
But don't get discouraged! The Unit 5 exam doesn't cover nearly as much material, and we have well over a month until then (3/27). However, between block scheduling and holidays, a month can go by very fast. Can you believe we spent a month on Unit 4B?
My advice if you are still struggling on how to study: DON'T FALL BEHIND. Learn each topic to the point that you could explain it to someone else. Do homework and quizzes honestly (no calculator if it says no calculator, use the least amount of notes as possible, etc.). It took me a year in college to learn how to study effectively. You may not be there yet, but you will get there eventually. I promise!
Canvas portion is non-calculator. Written portion is calculator.
You should know how to:
Formulas YOU MUST MEMORIZE:
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