Category Archives: AFM

Khan Academy Project: Counting & Probability

This unit has been heavily tested in previous years on the final exam. There will be a lot of practice in the next few weeks on this chapter. In addition to the myopenmath assignment, here is the list of mandatory … Continue reading

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AFM: Trig functions and Models HW

This was the most difficult unit for a lot of you. We are going to simplify it while reviewing to focus on some key parts. The entire group of these Khan Academy assignments will count as a weighted grade. Midline … Continue reading

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AFM Quiz: Logarithms Remediation & Retakes

Any student who scored below a 70 on the quiz is required to complete the remediation by 10/7. These have already been sent to you Khan Academy accounts. Evaluate logarithms Evaluate logarithms (advanced) Relationship between exponentials and logarithms use the … Continue reading

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Exponential Functions Quiz

The grades for the Exponential quiz have been put into powerschool. Retakes are permitted for a grade replacement once remediation has been completed. Any student who scored below a 70 is REQUIRED to complete the following: -> Complete questions 1-15 on the Exponentials … Continue reading

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Functions & Piecewise Quiz

The grades for the first quiz have been put into powerschool. Retakes are permitted for a grade replacement once remediation has been completed. Any student who scored below a 70 is REQUIRED to complete the following: -> Get 100% on the … Continue reading

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AFM Chapter 2 Homework assigned

There is a chapter 2 homework assignment assigned and due by the end of the month. It covers exponential functions, logarithmic functions, and applications.

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AFM Quiz 9/8/16 Functions

Things to know: All of your parent functions Write equations from piecewise graphs identify transformations from expressions written in function notation perform function operations (especially composition) finding inverses of functions

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