## Thursday, March 28, 2013

### Spring Break

Hello all and happy Spring Break. Check your grades. Everything but the benchmark is in. Period 1,5 I didn't get your homework scores for the last two weeks. Missing does not mean zero.
If you have stuff to turn in, take a picture of it and send it to me. That counts.
Have fun.
Mr. B

## Wednesday, March 20, 2013

### 3/20/13

**Angry Birds Project!!!!**: Period 1, no homework

Period 3: We started a project. This will be our work for the next week. See the page for it HERE

Period 7: Finish the Angry Birds Intro worksheet

Period 2: No homework, we took a test.

### Friday Movie Advanced Algebra

Things you needed to answer:

1) List two facts from the movie (Facts, tidbits, little pieces of knowledge)

2) Define "Terminal Velocity"

3) Write a three sentence summary of the movie

## Tuesday, March 19, 2013

## Thursday, March 14, 2013

### 3/14/13

Period 5,7: Finish the worksheet found here. If there is no starting height, then C = 0

Period 4: Finish plotting the points for the triangles and find the perimeter and the area. Look a yesterdays post for the equations

Period 4: Finish plotting the points for the triangles and find the perimeter and the area. Look a yesterdays post for the equations

### 3/13/13

Homework for period 7: Do the three word problems. Look at yesterdays post for them.

Period 1,3: Finish the worksheet (also three problems). If there is no starting height, assume C=0.

Period 2: Finish plotting the points for the right triangles, and graphing them. Find the perimeter and the area of each triangle.

Perimeter = side 1 + side 2 + side 3

Area = (Base x Height) / 2

Period 1,3: Finish the worksheet (also three problems). If there is no starting height, assume C=0.

Period 2: Finish plotting the points for the right triangles, and graphing them. Find the perimeter and the area of each triangle.

Perimeter = side 1 + side 2 + side 3

Area = (Base x Height) / 2

## Tuesday, March 12, 2013

### 3/12/13

Homework for period 1,3,5: Solve the three problems from class using the equations

H = -16t

Where v = initial velocity

c = starting height

t= time

H = H(t), the height we care about at our point of interest

Period 2,4: Finish the Pythagorean worksheet, both sides.

The three problems

1) If a rock is dropped off a bridge that is 30 feet above a

river, how long will it take for the rock to hit the water?

2) A tennis player hits a ball 1 foot above the ground with an initial velocity of 20 feet per second. How long will it take to hit the ground?

3) You drop a water balloon off a building 200 feet in the air. How long until it hits your friends head who is 6 feet tall?

H = -16t

^{2}+ vt + cWhere v = initial velocity

c = starting height

t= time

H = H(t), the height we care about at our point of interest

Period 2,4: Finish the Pythagorean worksheet, both sides.

The three problems

1) If a rock is dropped off a bridge that is 30 feet above a

river, how long will it take for the rock to hit the water?

2) A tennis player hits a ball 1 foot above the ground with an initial velocity of 20 feet per second. How long will it take to hit the ground?

3) You drop a water balloon off a building 200 feet in the air. How long until it hits your friends head who is 6 feet tall?

## Friday, March 8, 2013

### Friday 3/8/13

Homework for period 1,3,4,5,7: Do the challenge on your Manga High page, get at least a bronze in it.

Period 2: Bring the drawing right triangles worksheet back.

Check your grades. Everything is current. I added to your grades based on the quadratic retake, or you redoing the scientific notation problems you missed. If I am missing something and did it, take a picture and email it to me so I can change your grade.

Period 2: Bring the drawing right triangles worksheet back.

Check your grades. Everything is current. I added to your grades based on the quadratic retake, or you redoing the scientific notation problems you missed. If I am missing something and did it, take a picture and email it to me so I can change your grade.

## Wednesday, March 6, 2013

### 3/6/13

Period 7: We took a test. No homework.

Period 1,3: Finish the graphs from class.

Here are the equations.(1-3 are notes)

4) x

5) x

6) x

7) x

8) x

9) x

10) x

11) x

12) x

Period 2: We finished the estimating square roots and I stamped you for it in class.

Period 1,3: Finish the graphs from class.

Here are the equations.(1-3 are notes)

4) x

^{2}- 6x + 8 = y5) x

^{2}+ 4x + 3 = y6) x

^{2}- 4 = y7) x

^{2}- 2x - 8 = y8) x

^{2}- 8x + 12 = y9) x

^{2}+ 2x - 3 = y10) x

^{2}+ 2x - 8 = y11) x

^{2}- 2x - 3 = y12) x

^{2}+ 6x + 5 = yPeriod 2: We finished the estimating square roots and I stamped you for it in class.

## Tuesday, March 5, 2013

### 3/5/13

Period 1,3,5: No homework, we took a test.

Period 2: You took the CST Writing test, no homework.

Period 4: You finished the estimating sqaure roots worksheet and got stamped for it.

Period 2: You took the CST Writing test, no homework.

Period 4: You finished the estimating sqaure roots worksheet and got stamped for it.

## Monday, March 4, 2013

### 3/4/13

Homework for period 1,3,5,7: Finish the practice test

Period 2,4: Bring the square root paper back so we can do the back.

Advanced Algebra: Test next class period on solving quadratics, and some graphing function problems

Period 2,4: Bring the square root paper back so we can do the back.

Advanced Algebra: Test next class period on solving quadratics, and some graphing function problems

## Friday, March 1, 2013

### 3/1/13

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Finish level 49 of Learning Upgrade.

Period 2,4: No homework, we took a test.

Period 2,4: No homework, we took a test.

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