4th Quarter - Oblique Triangles, Vectors, Complex & Polar Numbers


Week 8: May 13 - 17, 2013
Monday - Projectile Motion Notes & Practice


Tuesday - Review Parametric & Projectile Motion - Distribute Take Home Test

Wednesday - Exam Review

Thursday - Exam Review

  • Take home test due
Friday - 1st & 4th Period Final Exams



Week 7: May 6 - 10, 2013
Monday - Polar Equations Day 2

Tuesday - Review for Complex & Polar Test

Wednesday - Complex & Polar Test

Thursday - Parametric Equations Notes

Friday - Finish notes and bookwork on Parametric Equations



Week 6: April 29 - May 1, 2013

Monday - Complex Numbers
Tuesday - Review Complex Numbers

Wednesday - Complex Numbers Quiz

Thursday - Polar Numbers

Friday - Polar Numbers


Graded assignment that will be distributed in class on Monday - Due Tuesday:


Week 5: April 22 - 26, 2013

Monday - Review for 6.4 vectors Quiz - Find the dot product and the angle between two vectors

Tuesday - 6.4 Vectors Quiz

Wednesday - Review for Vector Test

Thursday - Test over Vectors

Friday - Begin Complex Numbers




Week 4: April 15 - 19, 2013
Monday - Notes on Vectors in the Plane


Tuesday - Continue notes on Vectors in the Plane

Wednesday - Review for quiz

Thursday - Vectors in the Plane Quiz

Friday - Begin notes on Vectors & Dot Products




Week 3: April 1 - April 5, 2013



Monday - Law of Sines & Law of Cosines word problems





Tuesday - Review

Wednesday - Oblique Triangles Test

Thursday - Factoring and Simplifying Fractions Review & Practice
Friday - Isolating a Variable and Solving Equations Practice




Week 2: March 25 - 29, 2013

Monday - Law of Sines Quiz

Tuesday - Law of Cosines

Wednesday - Law of Cosines & Heron's Formula (new area formula)

Thursday -Law of Cosines Group Activity

Friday - Finish group activity and review for test


Week 1: March 18 - 22, 2013


Monday - Law of Sines

Tuesday - Law of Sines - The Ambiguous Case

Wednesday - Law of Sines

Thursday - Early Release - Graduation Test = No class

Friday - Area of an Oblique Triangle & Review Law of Sines --> QUIZ MOVED TO MONDAY

(d) How many seconds does it take the ball to reach the fence? (Give your answer accurate to two decimal places)
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