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AP Calculus
MondayQuiz 3.43.5

Tuesday3.6 Chain Rule
Objective: be able to differentiate composite functions using the Chain Rule. Be able to find slopes of parametrized curves. Pg 146, #119 odds 
Wednesday3.6 Chain Rule
Objective: be able to differentiate composite functions using the Chain Rule. Be able to find slopes of parametrized curves. Pg 146, #2139 odds 
Thursday3.6 Chain Rule
Objective: be able to differentiate composite functions using the Chain Rule. Be able to find slopes of parametrized curves. Pg 146, #4157 odds 
FridayQuiz 3.43.6

PreCalculus
MondayQuiz 1.51.6

Tuesday1.7 Modeling with Functions
Objective: be able to identify appropriate basic functions with which to model realworld problems and be able to produce specific functions to model data, formulas, graphs, and verbal descriptions. Pg 148, #117 odds Content Expectation P1.8 
Wednesday1.7 Modeling with Functions
Objective: be able to identify appropriate basic functions with which to model realworld problems and be able to produce specific functions to model data, formulas, graphs, and verbal descriptions. Pg 148, #1929 odds Content Expectation P1.8 
Thursday1.7 Modeling with Functions
Objective: be able to identify appropriate basic functions with which to model realworld problems and be able to produce specific functions to model data, formulas, graphs, and verbal descriptions. Pg 149, #3139 odds Content Expectation P1.8 
FridayQuiz 1.7

Algebra 2
MondayQuiz 3.13.2

Tuesday3.3 Solving Systems of Inequalities by Graphing
Objective: solve systems of inequalities by graphing. Determine the coordinate of the vertices of a region formed by the graph of a system of inequalities. Pg 154, #123 odds 
Wednesday3.3 Solving Systems of Inequalities by Graphing
Objective: solve systems of inequalities by graphing. Determine the coordinate of the vertices of a region formed by the graph of a system of inequalities. worksheet 
Thursday3.4 Optimization with Linear Programming
Objective: Find the maximum and minimum values of a function over a region. Solve realworld optimization problems using linear programming. Pg 163, #16 
FridayQuiz 3.33.4

For Details about course content expectations through the State of Michigan see:
http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,714038924_41644_42668,00.html
Codes used in course standards alignment:
L = Quantitative Literacy and Logic
A = Algebra and Functions
G = Geometry and Trigonometry
S = Statistics and Probability
Please see the Michigan Education Curriculum site for a full interpretation and presentation of each strand:
Algebra II: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/Algebra_II_9309_edits_292004_7.pdf
PreCalc: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/PreCalc_167750_7.pdf