If you do not have a calculator, use the matrix calculator excel sheet I created in the link below. If you don't have excel, there's a ton of websites with matrix calculators!
Watch the video and take notes. That's the priority. If you do not have time to do the problems below, save them for the weekend.
Do numbers 3, 7, and 11 from all of the problems below (for a total of 9 problems). The other ones are optional. You can choose to do more if you want more practice (maybe spread out the rest of them over the next few weeks leading up to your exam). There is an answer key to a few at the bottom. I may upload more answers sometime in the future.
Also, there is a Quest assignment due Friday at 8 AM.
GO TO MY CLASS ON WEDNESDAY. If we still have career cruising, we will walk over there together.
Canvas quiz due TUESDAY at 11:59 PM. Access code: RedRiver
Homework: Exploration 2.3.2 (available on Canvas). Do #1-6 and #10.
There is a quiz on Canvas due Tuesday, 10/17 at 11:59 PM. Access code is RedRiver. You have two attempts.
Also, watch the video below and take notes.
Watch the Hooked on Conics video and take notes. The videos below over Synthetic and Long division are for review. I will only check notes on the conics video, but you should watch the others if you need a review.
Complete all problems that are MULTIPLES OF 3 (ex. 3, 6, 9...). There are 3 sets of problems below, so you will be completing 16 problems total.
1.) Take home quiz on Canvas. Quiz 2.1. You have 3 attempts and I will take the highest grade.
2.) EDITED ON FRIDAY AT 4 PM: Complete #1-8 ALL in the document below.
Quiz 5.2 is Friday. It covers parametric and polar conversions, ellipses, and IDENTIFYING conic sections. Don't worry; you won't have to graph a parabola or a hyperbola based on its conic section formula...
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