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Included in this zip folder are 4 PDF files. 1 is the 229 page book, 1 is all the solutions, 1 is the odd solutions and 1 is the socrative codes.

I plan on using this online book this year, 2018-19 for Pre Calculus. 115 assignments are coordinated to Socrative.com and the share codes are included in the file. Some of Chapter 1 is free in the Preview. 5 assignments are free. Look in the preview for the codes. Also, the ones that are checked are coded to socrative in the paid files.

Below I have summarized each page.

Page 1 Table of contents

Page 2 Table of contents

Page 3 Title page for Chapter 1 Pre Requisites

Page 4 Student reference for slope, distance, degree and midpoint

Page 5 Student reference for Imaginary numbers

Page 6 Student reference for factoring polynomials

Page 7 Student reference for interval notation

Page 8 Student reference for linear and absolute value inequalities

Page 9 Student reference for linear forms

Page 10 Student reference for the disciminant of a quadratic

Page 11 Student reference for the quadratic formula

Page 12- 32 question assignment over slope, distance, midpoint and degree(socrative ready)

Page 13 like page 12 (socrative ready)

Page 14 & 15- 40 question assignment over imaginary numbers(socrative ready)

Page 16 & 17- 40 question assignment over imaginary numbers(socrative ready)

Page 18- 24 question assignment over recognizing sum and difference of squares and cubes(socrative ready)

Page 19 is like page 18(socrative ready)

Page 20- 12 polynomials to be factored completely(written)

Page 21- like page 20(written)

Page 22- 20 questions over solving linear inequalities(socrative ready)

Page 23 is like page 22(socrative ready)

Page 24- 22 questions over absolute value inequalities(socrative ready)

Page 25 & 26- 12 absolute value inequalities to be solved (written)

Page 27&28- 6 linear problems where the student writes an equation in (1) point slope form (2) slope intercept form and (3) standard form (written)

Page 29- 24 question assignment over the discriminant of a quadratic(socrative ready)

Page 30 & 31- 8 problems over solving a quadratic by the quadratic formula(written)

Page 32- 15 quadratic formula problems(socrative ready)

Page 33- like page 32 (socrative ready)

Page 34 Title page for Chapter 2 Functions

Page 35 Student reference over odd functions, even functions and end behavior

Page 36 Student reference over Interval of Increase, Interval of Decrease and Limits of Discontinuity

Page 37 Student reference over transformations of functions

Page 38 Student reference over Inverse Functions and Composite Functions

Page 39 Student reference over writing a function rule

Page 40- Two assignments that match 12 parent functions to their graph(socrative ready)

Page 41-24 questions over odd and even functions(socrative ready)

Page 42- 24 questions over intervals of increase and decrease(socrative ready)

Page 43- like page 42(socrative ready)

Page 44- 20 questions over end behavior(socrative ready)

Page 45- 6 graphs where the student writes the interval of increase and decrease of a graph(written)

Page 46- 24 questions over limits of points of discontinuity(socrative ready)

Page 47- like page 46(socrative ready)

Page 48- 24 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 49- 20 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 50- 20 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 51- 24 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 52- 20 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 53- 24 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 54 & 55- 16 functions where the student finds the inverese of a function(written)

Page 56- 24 questions over composite functions(socrative ready)

Page 57 & 58- 16 questions where the student writes a rule for composite functions(written)

Page 59- 24 questions over function values from graphs, tables and rules(socrative ready)

Page 60- 24 questions over function values from graphs, tables and rules(socrative ready)

Page 61- The student analyzes 4 parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 62- The student analyzes 4 parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 63- 24 questions over analyzing parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 64- 24 questions over writing a function rule(socrative ready)

Page 65 is like page 64(socrative ready)

Page 66 & 67 is 15 problems where the student writes a function rule(written)

Page 68 is the title page for Chapter 3 Polynomials

Page 69 Student reference over polynomials, degree and lead coefficients

Page 70 Student reference over forms of quadratics(parabolas)

Page 71 Examples of form conversions

Page 72 Student reference over Pascal's Triangle and bonomial expansion

Page 73 Student reference over graphing a higher degree polynomial(>2)

Page 74 Student reference over the Rational Zeros Theorem

Page 75 Student reference over graphing a rational function

Page 76- 24 question assignment over lead coefficients, standard form and specific terms of polynomials(socrative ready)

Page 77- 20 questions over standard form and terms of polynomials(written)

Page78- 20 questions over quadratic forms(socrative ready)

Page 79- 15 questions over converting standard to vertex form in a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 80- like page 79(socrative ready)

Page 81- 16 questions over binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle(socrative ready)

Page 82- 24 questions over binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle(socrative ready)

Page 83- 10 problems over binomial expansion(written)

Page 84- 24 questions over odd and even degree polynomials and their graphs(socrative ready)

Page 85- 24 questions over polynomial graphs and the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra(socrative ready)

Page 86- 24 questions over multiplicity of zeros and how it effects interception on the x axis(socrative ready)

Page 87 & 88 16 polynomials in factored form for the students to sketch a graph(written)

Page 89- 24 questions over synthetic division(socrative ready)

Page 90- 15 questions where the student finds 1 rational zero of degree 3 and degree 4 polynomial(socrative ready)

Page 91, 92 & 93 11 degree 3 and degree 4polynomials where the student finds all the zero's(written)

Page 94- 15 questions over the end behavior of rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 95- 20 questions over the asymptotes of rational functions (socrative ready)

Page 96- 20 questions over the intercepts and end behavior of rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 97- 24 questions over graphing rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 98 & 99 4 rational functions for the student to graph(written)

page 100 Title page for chapter 4 Trigonometry

Page 101 Student reference over trig equations from right triangles

Page 102 Student reference over graphs of sinusoids

Page 103 Student reference of common trigonometric identities

Page 104 Student reference over solving trig equations, The Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines

Page 105 The student graphs polar and rectangular points(written)

Page 106- 24 questions over graphing polar points(socrative ready)

Page 107- 36 questions over DMS, radians and degrees(written)

Page 108- 24 questions over co terminal rotations(socrative ready)

Page 109- 24 questions over finding the value of sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant and cosecant in right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 110- 20 questions over finding missing sides and angles in right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 111- 24 questions over word problems in trigonometry(socrative ready)

Page 112, 113 & 114 Notes over finding rotational trig values without a calculator

Page 115- 24 questions over rotated and related angles(socrative ready)

Page 116- 24 questions over rotated and related angles and the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 117- 24 questions over the quadrant signs of all 6 trig functions(socrative ready)

Page 118- 15 questions over finding trig values without a caalculator(socrative ready)

Page 119- 15 questions over finding trig values without a caalculator(socrative ready)

Page 120- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 121- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 122- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student= writes 4 equations of each graph with 4 different phase angles(written)

Page 123- Page 120- 4 secant and cosecant graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 124- Page 120- 4 tangent and cotangent graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 2 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 125- Page 120- 1 sinusoid, 1 secant/cosecant and 2 tangent/cotent graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 126- The student writes equations for all 6 trig functions given a graph(written)

Page 127- 15 questions over odd/even and reciprocal trig identities (socrative ready)

Page 128- 15 questions over odd/even, reciprocal and Pythagorean identities(socrative ready)

Page 129- 15 questions over trig identities(socrative ready)

Page 130- 33 questions over proving trig identities(written)

Page 131- 24 questions over inverse functions and inverse trig functions(socrative ready)

Page 132- 20 questions using the inverse in trig graphs(written)

Page 133- Given the graph of Arccos, Arcsin and Arctan the sdudent anyzes the graphs(socrative ready)

Page 134- 24 questions over using inverse trig to solve equations with alimited domain(socrative ready)

Page 135, 136 & 137- 12 equations where the student finds all solutions on the interval [0, 360) using a varitey of methods(written)

Page 138- 24 questions over the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines(socrative ready)

Page 139- 24 questions over the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines(socrative ready)

Page 140- 4 questions over using the Law of Sines and Cosines t resolve a triangle(written)

Page 141- Chapter 5 Title Page Vectors

Page 142- Student reference over vectors, parametric equations and non vertical projectiles

Page 143- Student reference over acceleration

Page 144- Student reference over velocity, displacement and acceleration

Page 145- Student reference of trig form of a complex number and DeMoivre's Theorem

Page 146- Student reference over roots of complex numbers

Page 147- 20 Matching problems where the student matches a named vector to its component form(written)

Page 148- 8 problems where the student finds both component and polar form of vectors(socrative ready)

Page 149- 8 rectagular vectors and the student names them in componet form and polar form(socrative ready)

Page 150- 8 problems the rectangular vectors require addition and the polar vectors don't. The student finds both the component and polar forms(socrative ready)

Page 151- The student finds the dot product, unit vector, angle between 2 vectors and the vector projection(written)

Page 152- The student finds the resultant vector of an airplane and a crosswind(written)

Page 153- 15 questions over solving vector equations(socrative ready)

Page 154 & 155- 40 questions over component form, polar form, unit vectors, parallel and orthogonal vectors, dot products and slope of vectors.

Page 156- 20 questions over the vector projection of one vector onto another(socrative ready)

Page 157- 4 questions over the vector projection(written)

Page 158- 4 questions over the vector projection(written)

Page 159- 24 questions over parametric equations(socrative ready)

Page 160- 24 questions over non-vertical projectiles(socrative ready)

Page 161 & 162- 30 questions over vector/scalar quantities, displacement, velocity and formulas(socrative ready)

Page 163 & 164- 30 questions over using formula sin displacement and velocity(socrative ready)

Page 165 & 166- 30 questions over acceleration and velocity(socrative ready)

Page 167- 1 question over finding the (1) maximum height (2) maximum distance (3) how long in air and (4) how long it takes to reach maximum height of a golf ball hit off the ground(written)

Page 168- 1 question over finding the (1) maximum height (2) maximum distance (3) how long in air and (4) how long it takes to reach maximum height of a softball ball hit above ground(written)

Page 169- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 170- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 171- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 172- 4 questions over finding roots of complex numbers(written)

Page 173- Title Page of Chapter 6 Matrices and Cramer's Rule

Page 174- Student reference over dimensions, elements, addition, subtraction, multiplication and Cramer's rule in a 2x2 and 3x3 system

Page 175- Student reference over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 sytem

Page 176- Student reference over the inverse of a 3x3 Matrix

Page 177- 15 questions over dimensions and elements of a matrix(socrative ready)

Page 178- 15 questions over adding and subtracting matrices(socrative ready)

Page 179- 15 questions over scalar multiplication(socrative ready)

Page 180- 15 questions over multiplication of matrices(socrative ready)

Page 181- 24 questions over the previous 4 pages(socrative ready)

Page 182- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 183- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 184- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 185- 15 questions where the student solves a 2x2 system using Cramer's Rule(socrative ready)

Page 186- 24 questions over percent mixture problems(socrative ready)

Page 187- 24 questions over percent mixture problems(socrative ready)

Page 188, 189 and 190 24 questions over word problems involving percent mixtute word problems(written)

Page 191- 15 questions over the determinant of a 3x3, Cramer's Rule of a 3x3 and beginning the idea of an inverse function(socrative ready)

Page 192- 15 questions over the determinant of a 3x3 and Cramer's Rule(socrative ready)

Page 193- 20 questions over Cramer's Rule in a 3x3(socrative ready)

Page 194- 20 questions over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 system(socrative ready)

Page 195- 20 questions over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 system(socrative ready)

Page 196- 1 question where the student takes a 3x3 system and uses row rules to obtain reduced row echelon form(written)

Page 197- 1 question where the student takes a 3x3 system and uses row rules to obtain reduced row echelon form(written)

Page 198 Chapter 7 Title Page Conics

Page 199- Student reference over rectangular forms of conic sections

Page 200- Student reference over polar form of conic sections

Page 201- 24 questions over definitions of conics and their parts(socrative ready)

Page 202- 24 questions over definitions of conics and their parts(socrative ready)

Page 203- 24 questions over the direction of a parabola given an equation and a combination of vertex, focus and directrix(socrative ready)

Page 204- 24 questions over the equations of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 205- questions over the equations of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 206- 20 questions over the forms of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 207- 2 problems where the student is given a focus and a vertex and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the parabola(written)

Page 208- 2 problems where the student is given a directrix and a vertex and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the parabola(written)

Page 209 & 210- 40 questions over the previous 6 pages (socrative ready)

Page 211- 21 questions over equations of an ellipse(socrative ready)

Page 212- 18 questions over equations of an ellipse(socrative ready)

Page 213- 2 problems where the student is given both foci and the major axis length and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the ellipse(written)

Page 214- 2 problems where the student is given both major axis endpoints and a focus and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the ellipse(written)

Page 215 & 216- 4 problems where the student is given an equation in standard form and the student graphs, finds the foci, major axis endpoints, minor axis endpoints, center, and the lengths of axes(written)

Page 217- 4 problems where the student converts an equation in general form to standard form(written)

Page 218- 21 questions over equations of an hyperbola(socrative ready)

Page 219- 20 questions over equations of an hyperbola(socrative ready)

Page 220- 2 problems where the student is given both transverse axis endpoints and a conjugate axis endpoint and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of each hyperbola(written)

Page 221- 2 problems where the student is given both transverse axis endpoints and a focus and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of each hyperbola(written)

Page 222 & 223- 4 problems where the student is given an equation in standard form and the student graphs, finds the foci, transverse axis endpoints, conjugate axis endpoints, center, and the lengths of axes(written)

Page 224- 4 problems where the student converts an equation in general form to standard form(written)

Page 225- 36 questions where the student is given 2 graphs of parabolas, 2 graphs of ellipses and 2 graphs of hyperbolas and they answer 6 questions about eaach graph(socrative ready)

Page 226- 24 questions over polar form of conics(socrative ready)

Page 227- 24 questions over polar form of conics(socrative ready)

Page 228- The student is given 1 polar conic equation and finds axis endpoints, the center, foci and axis lengths. Finally the student writes the rectangular form of the equation(written)

Page 229- The student is given 1 polar conic equation and finds axis endpoints, the center, foci and axis lengths. Finally the student writes the rectangular form of the equation(written)

Thank you for looking

I plan on using this online book this year, 2018-19 for Pre Calculus. 115 assignments are coordinated to Socrative.com and the share codes are included in the file. Some of Chapter 1 is free in the Preview. 5 assignments are free. Look in the preview for the codes. Also, the ones that are checked are coded to socrative in the paid files.

Below I have summarized each page.

Page 1 Table of contents

Page 2 Table of contents

Page 3 Title page for Chapter 1 Pre Requisites

Page 4 Student reference for slope, distance, degree and midpoint

Page 5 Student reference for Imaginary numbers

Page 6 Student reference for factoring polynomials

Page 7 Student reference for interval notation

Page 8 Student reference for linear and absolute value inequalities

Page 9 Student reference for linear forms

Page 10 Student reference for the disciminant of a quadratic

Page 11 Student reference for the quadratic formula

Page 12- 32 question assignment over slope, distance, midpoint and degree(socrative ready)

Page 13 like page 12 (socrative ready)

Page 14 & 15- 40 question assignment over imaginary numbers(socrative ready)

Page 16 & 17- 40 question assignment over imaginary numbers(socrative ready)

Page 18- 24 question assignment over recognizing sum and difference of squares and cubes(socrative ready)

Page 19 is like page 18(socrative ready)

Page 20- 12 polynomials to be factored completely(written)

Page 21- like page 20(written)

Page 22- 20 questions over solving linear inequalities(socrative ready)

Page 23 is like page 22(socrative ready)

Page 24- 22 questions over absolute value inequalities(socrative ready)

Page 25 & 26- 12 absolute value inequalities to be solved (written)

Page 27&28- 6 linear problems where the student writes an equation in (1) point slope form (2) slope intercept form and (3) standard form (written)

Page 29- 24 question assignment over the discriminant of a quadratic(socrative ready)

Page 30 & 31- 8 problems over solving a quadratic by the quadratic formula(written)

Page 32- 15 quadratic formula problems(socrative ready)

Page 33- like page 32 (socrative ready)

Page 34 Title page for Chapter 2 Functions

Page 35 Student reference over odd functions, even functions and end behavior

Page 36 Student reference over Interval of Increase, Interval of Decrease and Limits of Discontinuity

Page 37 Student reference over transformations of functions

Page 38 Student reference over Inverse Functions and Composite Functions

Page 39 Student reference over writing a function rule

Page 40- Two assignments that match 12 parent functions to their graph(socrative ready)

Page 41-24 questions over odd and even functions(socrative ready)

Page 42- 24 questions over intervals of increase and decrease(socrative ready)

Page 43- like page 42(socrative ready)

Page 44- 20 questions over end behavior(socrative ready)

Page 45- 6 graphs where the student writes the interval of increase and decrease of a graph(written)

Page 46- 24 questions over limits of points of discontinuity(socrative ready)

Page 47- like page 46(socrative ready)

Page 48- 24 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 49- 20 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 50- 20 questions over transformations of parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 51- 24 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 52- 20 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 53- 24 questions over inverse functions(socrative ready)

Page 54 & 55- 16 functions where the student finds the inverese of a function(written)

Page 56- 24 questions over composite functions(socrative ready)

Page 57 & 58- 16 questions where the student writes a rule for composite functions(written)

Page 59- 24 questions over function values from graphs, tables and rules(socrative ready)

Page 60- 24 questions over function values from graphs, tables and rules(socrative ready)

Page 61- The student analyzes 4 parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 62- The student analyzes 4 parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 63- 24 questions over analyzing parent functions(socrative ready)

Page 64- 24 questions over writing a function rule(socrative ready)

Page 65 is like page 64(socrative ready)

Page 66 & 67 is 15 problems where the student writes a function rule(written)

Page 68 is the title page for Chapter 3 Polynomials

Page 69 Student reference over polynomials, degree and lead coefficients

Page 70 Student reference over forms of quadratics(parabolas)

Page 71 Examples of form conversions

Page 72 Student reference over Pascal's Triangle and bonomial expansion

Page 73 Student reference over graphing a higher degree polynomial(>2)

Page 74 Student reference over the Rational Zeros Theorem

Page 75 Student reference over graphing a rational function

Page 76- 24 question assignment over lead coefficients, standard form and specific terms of polynomials(socrative ready)

Page 77- 20 questions over standard form and terms of polynomials(written)

Page78- 20 questions over quadratic forms(socrative ready)

Page 79- 15 questions over converting standard to vertex form in a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 80- like page 79(socrative ready)

Page 81- 16 questions over binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle(socrative ready)

Page 82- 24 questions over binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle(socrative ready)

Page 83- 10 problems over binomial expansion(written)

Page 84- 24 questions over odd and even degree polynomials and their graphs(socrative ready)

Page 85- 24 questions over polynomial graphs and the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra(socrative ready)

Page 86- 24 questions over multiplicity of zeros and how it effects interception on the x axis(socrative ready)

Page 87 & 88 16 polynomials in factored form for the students to sketch a graph(written)

Page 89- 24 questions over synthetic division(socrative ready)

Page 90- 15 questions where the student finds 1 rational zero of degree 3 and degree 4 polynomial(socrative ready)

Page 91, 92 & 93 11 degree 3 and degree 4polynomials where the student finds all the zero's(written)

Page 94- 15 questions over the end behavior of rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 95- 20 questions over the asymptotes of rational functions (socrative ready)

Page 96- 20 questions over the intercepts and end behavior of rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 97- 24 questions over graphing rational functions(socrative ready)

Page 98 & 99 4 rational functions for the student to graph(written)

page 100 Title page for chapter 4 Trigonometry

Page 101 Student reference over trig equations from right triangles

Page 102 Student reference over graphs of sinusoids

Page 103 Student reference of common trigonometric identities

Page 104 Student reference over solving trig equations, The Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines

Page 105 The student graphs polar and rectangular points(written)

Page 106- 24 questions over graphing polar points(socrative ready)

Page 107- 36 questions over DMS, radians and degrees(written)

Page 108- 24 questions over co terminal rotations(socrative ready)

Page 109- 24 questions over finding the value of sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant and cosecant in right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 110- 20 questions over finding missing sides and angles in right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 111- 24 questions over word problems in trigonometry(socrative ready)

Page 112, 113 & 114 Notes over finding rotational trig values without a calculator

Page 115- 24 questions over rotated and related angles(socrative ready)

Page 116- 24 questions over rotated and related angles and the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles(socrative ready)

Page 117- 24 questions over the quadrant signs of all 6 trig functions(socrative ready)

Page 118- 15 questions over finding trig values without a caalculator(socrative ready)

Page 119- 15 questions over finding trig values without a caalculator(socrative ready)

Page 120- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 121- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 122- 4 sinusoid graphs are given and the student= writes 4 equations of each graph with 4 different phase angles(written)

Page 123- Page 120- 4 secant and cosecant graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 124- Page 120- 4 tangent and cotangent graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 2 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 125- Page 120- 1 sinusoid, 1 secant/cosecant and 2 tangent/cotent graphs are given and the student finds the centerline, height, period, horizontal stretch factor and 4 phase angles(socrative ready)

Page 126- The student writes equations for all 6 trig functions given a graph(written)

Page 127- 15 questions over odd/even and reciprocal trig identities (socrative ready)

Page 128- 15 questions over odd/even, reciprocal and Pythagorean identities(socrative ready)

Page 129- 15 questions over trig identities(socrative ready)

Page 130- 33 questions over proving trig identities(written)

Page 131- 24 questions over inverse functions and inverse trig functions(socrative ready)

Page 132- 20 questions using the inverse in trig graphs(written)

Page 133- Given the graph of Arccos, Arcsin and Arctan the sdudent anyzes the graphs(socrative ready)

Page 134- 24 questions over using inverse trig to solve equations with alimited domain(socrative ready)

Page 135, 136 & 137- 12 equations where the student finds all solutions on the interval [0, 360) using a varitey of methods(written)

Page 138- 24 questions over the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines(socrative ready)

Page 139- 24 questions over the Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines(socrative ready)

Page 140- 4 questions over using the Law of Sines and Cosines t resolve a triangle(written)

Page 141- Chapter 5 Title Page Vectors

Page 142- Student reference over vectors, parametric equations and non vertical projectiles

Page 143- Student reference over acceleration

Page 144- Student reference over velocity, displacement and acceleration

Page 145- Student reference of trig form of a complex number and DeMoivre's Theorem

Page 146- Student reference over roots of complex numbers

Page 147- 20 Matching problems where the student matches a named vector to its component form(written)

Page 148- 8 problems where the student finds both component and polar form of vectors(socrative ready)

Page 149- 8 rectagular vectors and the student names them in componet form and polar form(socrative ready)

Page 150- 8 problems the rectangular vectors require addition and the polar vectors don't. The student finds both the component and polar forms(socrative ready)

Page 151- The student finds the dot product, unit vector, angle between 2 vectors and the vector projection(written)

Page 152- The student finds the resultant vector of an airplane and a crosswind(written)

Page 153- 15 questions over solving vector equations(socrative ready)

Page 154 & 155- 40 questions over component form, polar form, unit vectors, parallel and orthogonal vectors, dot products and slope of vectors.

Page 156- 20 questions over the vector projection of one vector onto another(socrative ready)

Page 157- 4 questions over the vector projection(written)

Page 158- 4 questions over the vector projection(written)

Page 159- 24 questions over parametric equations(socrative ready)

Page 160- 24 questions over non-vertical projectiles(socrative ready)

Page 161 & 162- 30 questions over vector/scalar quantities, displacement, velocity and formulas(socrative ready)

Page 163 & 164- 30 questions over using formula sin displacement and velocity(socrative ready)

Page 165 & 166- 30 questions over acceleration and velocity(socrative ready)

Page 167- 1 question over finding the (1) maximum height (2) maximum distance (3) how long in air and (4) how long it takes to reach maximum height of a golf ball hit off the ground(written)

Page 168- 1 question over finding the (1) maximum height (2) maximum distance (3) how long in air and (4) how long it takes to reach maximum height of a softball ball hit above ground(written)

Page 169- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 170- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 171- 24 questions over forms of complex numbers and DeMoivre's Theorem(socrative ready)

Page 172- 4 questions over finding roots of complex numbers(written)

Page 173- Title Page of Chapter 6 Matrices and Cramer's Rule

Page 174- Student reference over dimensions, elements, addition, subtraction, multiplication and Cramer's rule in a 2x2 and 3x3 system

Page 175- Student reference over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 sytem

Page 176- Student reference over the inverse of a 3x3 Matrix

Page 177- 15 questions over dimensions and elements of a matrix(socrative ready)

Page 178- 15 questions over adding and subtracting matrices(socrative ready)

Page 179- 15 questions over scalar multiplication(socrative ready)

Page 180- 15 questions over multiplication of matrices(socrative ready)

Page 181- 24 questions over the previous 4 pages(socrative ready)

Page 182- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 183- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 184- 24 questions over the determinant of a 2x2 and Cramer's Rule of a 2x2(socrative ready)

Page 185- 15 questions where the student solves a 2x2 system using Cramer's Rule(socrative ready)

Page 186- 24 questions over percent mixture problems(socrative ready)

Page 187- 24 questions over percent mixture problems(socrative ready)

Page 188, 189 and 190 24 questions over word problems involving percent mixtute word problems(written)

Page 191- 15 questions over the determinant of a 3x3, Cramer's Rule of a 3x3 and beginning the idea of an inverse function(socrative ready)

Page 192- 15 questions over the determinant of a 3x3 and Cramer's Rule(socrative ready)

Page 193- 20 questions over Cramer's Rule in a 3x3(socrative ready)

Page 194- 20 questions over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 system(socrative ready)

Page 195- 20 questions over Reduced Row Echelon Form of a 3x3 system(socrative ready)

Page 196- 1 question where the student takes a 3x3 system and uses row rules to obtain reduced row echelon form(written)

Page 197- 1 question where the student takes a 3x3 system and uses row rules to obtain reduced row echelon form(written)

Page 198 Chapter 7 Title Page Conics

Page 199- Student reference over rectangular forms of conic sections

Page 200- Student reference over polar form of conic sections

Page 201- 24 questions over definitions of conics and their parts(socrative ready)

Page 202- 24 questions over definitions of conics and their parts(socrative ready)

Page 203- 24 questions over the direction of a parabola given an equation and a combination of vertex, focus and directrix(socrative ready)

Page 204- 24 questions over the equations of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 205- questions over the equations of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 206- 20 questions over the forms of a parabola(socrative ready)

Page 207- 2 problems where the student is given a focus and a vertex and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the parabola(written)

Page 208- 2 problems where the student is given a directrix and a vertex and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the parabola(written)

Page 209 & 210- 40 questions over the previous 6 pages (socrative ready)

Page 211- 21 questions over equations of an ellipse(socrative ready)

Page 212- 18 questions over equations of an ellipse(socrative ready)

Page 213- 2 problems where the student is given both foci and the major axis length and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the ellipse(written)

Page 214- 2 problems where the student is given both major axis endpoints and a focus and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of the ellipse(written)

Page 215 & 216- 4 problems where the student is given an equation in standard form and the student graphs, finds the foci, major axis endpoints, minor axis endpoints, center, and the lengths of axes(written)

Page 217- 4 problems where the student converts an equation in general form to standard form(written)

Page 218- 21 questions over equations of an hyperbola(socrative ready)

Page 219- 20 questions over equations of an hyperbola(socrative ready)

Page 220- 2 problems where the student is given both transverse axis endpoints and a conjugate axis endpoint and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of each hyperbola(written)

Page 221- 2 problems where the student is given both transverse axis endpoints and a focus and the student answers 12 questions each and writes an equation of each hyperbola(written)

Page 222 & 223- 4 problems where the student is given an equation in standard form and the student graphs, finds the foci, transverse axis endpoints, conjugate axis endpoints, center, and the lengths of axes(written)

Page 224- 4 problems where the student converts an equation in general form to standard form(written)

Page 225- 36 questions where the student is given 2 graphs of parabolas, 2 graphs of ellipses and 2 graphs of hyperbolas and they answer 6 questions about eaach graph(socrative ready)

Page 226- 24 questions over polar form of conics(socrative ready)

Page 227- 24 questions over polar form of conics(socrative ready)

Page 228- The student is given 1 polar conic equation and finds axis endpoints, the center, foci and axis lengths. Finally the student writes the rectangular form of the equation(written)

Page 229- The student is given 1 polar conic equation and finds axis endpoints, the center, foci and axis lengths. Finally the student writes the rectangular form of the equation(written)

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Total Pages

229 pages

Answer Key

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Teaching Duration

1 Year