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1 ALGEBRA 2 HONORS Date: Unit 1, September 430 How do we use functions to solve real world problems? What is the meaning of the domain and range of a function? What is the difference between dependent variable and independent variable? What is the Vertical Line Test? How do we determine whether a relation defined by a table or a simple equation is a function? How do we determine the domain, range, and values of a function from its graph? 1.1 The Language of Algebra. 1.2 What Is a Function? 1. 3 Function Notations. 1.4 Graphs of Functions 1.5 Solving Equations. 1.6 Rewriting Formulas Evaluate expressions and formulas with precision, including correct units in answers. Determine the domain, range, and values of function. Use function notation. Rewrite formulas. Solve and check linear equations. Use linear equations to model and solve realworld problems. Apply the Vertical Line Test. ASSE 12; ACED 1,4; AREI 13, FIF 15, 7a Lesson Master A, B
2 Unit 2, October 126 What is an explicit formula for a sequence? What is a recursive formula? How do we find a formula for generating all terms of a sequence? What is the difference between an explicit formula and recursive formula? How do we describe a sequence in words? 1.7 Explicit Formulas for Sequences. 1.8 Recursive Formulas for Sequences. 1.9Notation for Recursive Formulas. Evaluate sequences Write a recursive definition for a sequence. Write an explicit formula for a sequence. Use structure to create formulas for various patterns Use function to model and solve real world problems FIF 17; FBF 1ab, 2; FLE 12 Lesson Master A,B
3 Unit 3, October 27 November 23 How do we recognize variation situations? How do we identify variation equations from graphs? What is the difference between direct and inverse variation? What is the Fundamental Theorem of variation? How do we determine the domain, range, and values of direct and inverse variation? How do we determine properties of direct and inverse variation from its graph? 2.1 Direct Variation 2.2 Inverse Variation 2.3 The Fundamental theorem of Variation 2.4 The graph of y=kx 2.5 The Graph of y=kx The Graph of y=k/x and y=k/x 2 Use the Fundamental Theorem of Variation to model real world situations. Solve variation problems. Find slopes (rates of change). Translate variation language into formulas. Translate formulas into variation language. Graph variation equations with precision. Apply variation to model real world problems and persevere in solving them. FLE 1bc, 3; F IF 16, 7a, 8a Lesson Master A,B
4 Unit 4, November 24December14 What is a mathematical model of the realworld relation between two or more quantities? How do we use a math model to predict a value of a given function? How do we choose an equation that is the best model for a given graph? What is the Converse of the Fundamental Theorem of Variation? How can we investigate the relationship between a dependent variable and more than one independent variable? 2.7 Fitting a Model to Data I 2.8 Fitting a Model to Data II 2.9 Combined and Joint Variation Fit an appropriate model to data using a graphing utility. Deal with applications of mathematics in real situations. Graph variation situation with precision. Translate joint and combined variation language into formulas. Translate formulas into joint or combined variation. Solve problems involving joint or combined variation. Solve realworld problems involving joint or combined variation. FIF 46 Lesson Master A,B
5 Unit 5, December How do we determine the slope and yintercept of a line given its equation? What is the meaning of piecewiselinear functions? Is it possible to find a single equation to describe a piecewiselinear graph? How can we model a reallife situation with a linear function? What is the difference between standard, pointslope and slopeintercept forms of linear equation? How do we choose most appropriate form of linear equation for a given problem? 3.1 Constant Increase or Constant Decrease Situations 3.2 The Graph of y = mx + b 3.3 LinearCombination situations 3.4 The Graph of Ax + By = C 3.5 Finding an Equation of a Line. Recognize properties of linear functions. Model situations leading to linear combinations. Model constantincrease or constant decrease situations. In a realworld context, find an equation for a line containing two points. Model situations leading to piecewiselinear functions. Find an equation for a line given two pints on it or given a point on it and its slope. Graph or interpret graphs of linear equations. Write pointslope, standard and slopeintercept form of linear equation. AREI 13; FIF 16, 7a Lesson Master A,B
6 Unit 6, January 525 What is the correlation coefficient? Can we use a linear model to make a reallife prediction? How do we determine whether a linear model is appropriate? In a realworld context, how do we find an equation for line containing two points? How do we model situations involving arithmetic sequences? What is the meaning of The GreatestInteger Function? 3.6 Fitting a Line to Data 3.7 Recursive Formulas for arithmetic Sequences 3.8 Explicit Formulas for Arithmetic Sequences 3.9 Step Functions Fit lines to data using appropriate technology. Finding the Line of best Fit. Drawing a scatter plot of the given data and qualitatively analyze the data. Recognize properties of arithmetic sequences. Graph or interpret graphs of piecewiselinear functions or step functions. Evaluate or find explicit formulas for arithmetic sequences. Evaluate or find recursive formulas for arithmetic sequences with precision. F IF 16; A CED 12, 4; A REI 1,3, Lesson Master A,B
7 Unit 7, January How do we determine the dimension of a matrix? Can we represent points and polygons by matrices? How are matrices added? What must be true about the dimensions of two matrices in order for addition or subtraction to be possible? What is the meaning of scalar multiplication? How do we set up matrices to be multiplied? How do we multiply more than two matrices? Is the matrix multiplication commutative? 4.1 Storing data in matrices. 4.2 Matrix addition. 4.3 Matrix multiplication. Use matrices to store data. Graph figures described by matrices. Add, subtract, and find scalar multiples of matrices. Recognize properties of matrix addition and scalar multiplication. Use matrix addition and scalar multiplication to solve realworld problems. Multiply matrices. Recognize properties of matrix multiplication. Use matrix multiplication to model and solve realworld problems. N VM 6 10; A APR 1; AREI 89 Lesson Master A,B
8 Unit 8, February 28 How do we draw the polygon described by the given matrix? How do we determine equations of lines perpendicular to given lines? Can we recognize relationships between figures and their transformation images? Can we explain how to use a matrix operation to transform a given polygon to its image? How do we determine equations of lines parallel to given lines? 4.4 Matrices size changes 4.5 Matrices for scale changes. 4.6 Matrices for reflection. 4.7 Transformation of matrices. 4.8 Matrices for rotation. 4.9 Rotations and perpendicular lines Translations and parallel lines. Determine equations of lines perpendicular to given lines. Recognize relations between figures and their transformation images. Relate transformations to matrices and vise versa. Graph figures and their transformation images Determine equations of lines parallel to given lines N VM 1112; Lesson Master A,B
9 Unit 9, February 927 How do we estimate solutions to systems by graphing? What is the difference between Consistent and Inconsistent systems? Can we use systems of two or more equations to solve reallife problems? What is the determinant of a square matrix? What are inverse matrices? How do we find an inverse of a given matrix? Can we give an example of a matrix that does not have an inverse? What is the meaning of the determinant of the coefficient matrix? How do we determine whether there are no solutions or infinitely many solutions without solving the system of linear equations? Can we rewrite the system of linear equations in matrix form? What is the feasible set or feasible region? 5.1 Inequalities and compound sentences. 5.2 Solving systems using tables or graphs. 5.3 Solving systems using substitution. 5.4 Solving system using linear combinations. 5.5 Inverses of matrices. 5.6 Solving systems using matrices. 5.7 Graphing inequalities in the coordinate plane. 5.8 Systems of linear inequalities. Solve and graph inequalities in one variable and graph with precision. Recognize properties of systems of equations. Recognize properties of systems of inequalities. Solve 2x2 and 3x3 systems using the Linear Combination Method or substitution. Find the determinant and the inverse of a square matrix. Use matrices to solve systems of two or three linear equations. Estimate solutions of systems by graphing. Utilize a graphing calculator to find points of intersection. Graph linear inequalities in two variables. Solve systems of inequalities by graphing. A REI 512; A CED 13 Lesson Master A,B
10 Unit 10, March 220 What is the standard form of a quadratic? What is the difference between quadratic expression, quadratic equation and a quadratic function? How do we use quadratics to solve realworld problems? What is the absolute valuesquare root theorem? How do we solve absolute value equations? 6.1 Quadratic expressions, rectangles and squares 6.2 Absolute value, square roots and quadratic equations 6.3 The graphtranslation theorem. 6.4 Graphing y=ax 2 + bx +c Expand squares of binomials. Use quadratic equations to persevere in solving area problems. Solve quadratic equations. Apply the definition of absolute value and the Absolute Value Square Root Theorem. Use quadratic equations to persevere in solving area problems. Graph absolute value functions and interpret them. A SSE 2, 3a,b; AAPR 45; NCN 12, 79; NQ 13; AREI 4 Lesson Master A,B
11 Unit 11, March What is the Binomial Square Theorem? What is a perfectsquare trinomial? What is the difference between standard form of quadratic equation and vertex form? How do we transform quadratic equations from standard form to vertex form? How do we expand squares of binomials? What is the Quadratic Formula? What is the geometrical meaning of quadratic equations solutions? Can we use a quadratic equation to model reallife situation? How do we determine if a quadratic model is appropriate? Can we use a quadratic model to make a reallife prediction? 6.5 Completing the Square. 6.6 Fitting a Quadratic Model to Data. 6.7 The Quadratic Formula. Transform quadratic equations from standard form to vertex form and vise versa..apply the Binomial Square Theorem with precision Use completing the square method to convert quadratics from standard to vertex form. Solve quadratic equation Fit a quadratic model to data using a graphing utility. Use quadratic equations to model area problems or problems dealing with velocity and acceleration then persevere in solving them. Graph the parabola. Find the vertex, yintercept and xintercepts of the parabola. Find an equation for the line of symmetry of parabola. A REI 4, Lesson Master A,B
12 Unit 12, April 124 How do we add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers? How do we determine the complex conjugate? Can we recognize relationships between complex and real numbers? Can we predict the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation? How do we determine how many real solutions does a quadratic equation have? What is the Discriminant? How do we determine the nature of the solutions to the quadratic equation? What is the geometrical meaning of real solutions to the quadratic equation? 6.8 Imaginary numbers. 6.9 Complex numbers Analyzing solutions to Quadratic Equations Solve quadratic equations. Perform operations with complex numbers precisely. Use complex cognates to divide complex numbers. Predict the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation. Predict the nature of the solutions to a quadratic equation. Use the discriminant to determine the nature of the solutions to the equation. Use the discriminant of a quadratic equation to determine the number of xintercepts of the graph. Graph quadratic functions A SSE 2, 3a,b; AAPR 45; NCN 12, 79; NQ 13; AREI 4 Lesson Master A,B
13 Unit 13, April 27 May 20 How do we apply the laws of exponents? How do we simplify a rational expression? What is the geometric sequence? What is the difference between arithmetic and geometric sequences? How do we apply the compound interest formula to sole realworld problems? Can we recognize properties of the graph of nth power functions? How do we write explicit and recursive formulas for geometric sequences? 7.1 Power Function. 7.2 Properties of Powers. 7.3 Negative Integers Exponents. 7.4 Compound Interest. 7.5 Geometric Sequences. 7.6 nth Roots. 7.7 Positive Rational Exponents 7.8 Negative Rational Exponents. Graph nth power functions. Recognize properties of exponents. Use properties of exponents. Evaluate powers with negative exponents. Perform operations with Rational exponents. Model and solve realworld problems dealing with compound and simple interest. Use simple interest formula. Apply the compound interest formula. Describe geometric sequences explicitly and recursively. Model and solve realworld problems involving geometrical sequences. Simplify expressions using Rational Exponent Theorem. Solve exponential equations. Recognize properties of negative rational exponents. 4.1B, 4.3D, 4.3C, 4.5D,4.5C, 4.3A Lesson Master A,B
14 Unit 14, May 21 June 11 What is the definition of the composite of two functions? Is function composition commutative? How do we find the domain of a composite of functions? What is the inverse of a relation? How do we determine the domain and range of a relation and its inverse? How do we determine whether the inverse of a function is a function? What is the Horizontal Line Test for inverse? How do we graph the inverse of the given function? What is the inverse function theorem? How do we rewrite radical expressions using rational exponents? What is the geometric mean? What is the meaning and procedure of rationalizing the denominator? 8.1 Composition of Functions. 8.2 Inverses of Relations. 8.3 Properties of Inverse Functions. 8.4 Radical Notation for nth Roots. 8.5 Products with Radicals. 8.6 Quotients with Radicals. 8.7 Powers and Roots of negative numbers. 8.8 Solving equations with Radicals. Find values and rules for composites of functions. Find the inverse of relation. Evaluate radicals with precision. Rewrite or simplify expressions with radicals. Solve equations with radicals. Apply properties of the inverse relations and inverse functions. Apply properties of radicals and nth root functions. Persevere in solving realworld problems which can be modeled by equations with radicals. Make and interpret graphs of inverses of relations. 4.3B, 4.3C, 4.3D,4.5C, 4.5D Lesson Master A,B
15 Unit 15, June 518 How do we add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers? How do we determine the complex conjugate? Can we recognize relationships between complex and real numbers? Can we predict the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation? How do we determine how many real solutions does a quadratic equation have? What is the Discriminant? How do we determine the nature of the solutions to the quadratic equation? What is the geometrical meaning of real solutions to the quadratic equation? 6.8 Imaginary numbers. 6.9 Complex numbers Analyzing solutions to Quadratic Equations Solve quadratic equations. Perform operations with complex numbers precisely. Use complex cognates to divide complex numbers. Predict the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation. Predict the nature of the solutions to a quadratic equation. Use the discriminant to determine the nature of the solutions to the equation. Use the discriminant of a quadratic equation to determine the number of xintercepts of the graph. Graph quadratic functions 4.5A, 4.5C,.5D,4.5E 4.5F Lesson Master A,B
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