Algebra II/Trig (Period 3)

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Algebra II/Trig 10.3 - Hyperbolas d2

Surprise!  No test today.  I know how disappointed you are.  We need to finish our work here in Chapter 10 first.
 
By the way, all your 10.1-3 assignments are due Wednesday, June 3rd.  Thanks.
 
After reading through the notes, and be sure to look at page 801 the "Classifying a Conic from its General Equation" box for later, do page 802/11-19 (all) and 46-49 (all).
 
As always, if you have any questions, please ask.

Algebra II/Trig Test Over

Algebra IITrig.  Your test time is officially over. 
 
Send your test to       lpyle@ggusd.us
 
Have a good weekend.

Test Prep. Instructions

Good morning all you wonderful Algebra 2P and Algebra II/Trig students.

Good luck to all of you today.

 Some reminders as you get ready:

Watch your time.  Set an alarm on your phone so that you have enough time to take your pictures and email them to me. 

Email your test to lpyle@ggusd.us

Make sure you see my “Thank you” reply.  If you do not see the reply, I might not have received your test.

(Sending your work in late will result in a loss of points, and your test may not be graded.) 

Then silence your phone and set it aside until you need it.

  1. Don’t forget to include the “statement of academic honesty/integrity” and your signature at the beginning of the test. (You will lose 10 points if it is not included.)
  2. Close your book. Put all other notes and resources away.  Close all windows on your computer except this one to access your test and your email account. 
  3. No “zoom” or any other type of video chatting or communicating during the test.
  4. Remind your family that you are taking a timed test. Let them know what time you will be done so they try not to bother you.
  5. Get your paper, pencils, erasers, calculators (if you are allowed to use one on the test) ready to go.
  6. If you had your “test notes” preapproved, then have them with you. (If you did not have your “test notes” approved, then you do not get use any notes during the test.)

 A couple of reminders:

It is OK to use a, nongraphing, scientific calculator.

“Exact” value means no rounding.  Write answers with radicals in radical form.

Simplify all fractions and radicals.

 

At 10:30, click on your class link and begin.  Good luck!  You can do it!

Statement of Academic Integrity/Honesty.

 

“I declare that all work on this test is my own without the help of anyone else or any other source, and that I followed Mr. Pyle’s “Test Rules”.

Make-up Test

For the Algebra 2P and Algebra II/Trig students the test will begin at 10:30 AM NOT 10:30 pm.  I apologize for any confusion.  Be sure to check in tomorrow morning for test instructions.
Again, the make-up test is Friday, May 29th, and 10:30 am, as in the morning.
Thanks.

Make-up Test

For all students who missed the last Algebra 2P or Algebra II/Trig test, the make-up test will be this Friday, May 29th.  The test will begin at 10:30 pm.

Algebra II/Trig Test Prep Instructions.

Good morning all you wonderful Algebra II/Trig students.

Good luck to all of you this morning.

 Some reminders as you get ready for this afternoon:

Check in at 12:45 to get your area ready to go and to relax for a minute or two.

Watch your time.  Set an alarm on your phone so that you have enough time to take your pictures and email them to me. 

Email your test to lpyle@ggusd.us

Make sure you see my “Thank you” reply.  If you do not see the reply, I might not have received your test.

(Sending your work in late will result in a loss of points, and your test may not be graded.) 

Then silence your phone and set it aside until you need it.

  1. Don’t forget to include the “statement of academic honesty/integrity” and your signature at the beginning of the test. (You will lose 10 points if it is not included.)
  2. Close your book. Put all other notes and resources away.  Close all windows on your computer except this one to access your test and your email account. 
  3. No “zoom” or any other type of video chatting or communicating during the test.
  4. Remind your family that you are taking a timed test. Let them know what time you will be done so they try not to bother you.
  5. Get your paper, pencils, erasers, calculators (if you are allowed to use one on the test) ready to go.
  6. If you had your “test notes” preapproved, then have them with you. (If you did not have your “test notes” approved, then you do not get use any notes during the test.)

 A couple of reminders:

It is OK to use a, nongraphing, scientific calculator.

“Exact” value means no rounding.  Write answers with radicals in radical form.

Simplify all fractions and radicals.

 

At 1:00, click on your class link and begin.  Good luck!  You can do it!

 

Statement of Academic Integrity/Honesty.

“I declare that all work on this test is my own without the help of anyone else or any other source, and that I followed Mr. Pyle’s “Test Rules”.

Algebra II/Trig Notes and Test Reminder

Make sure you have had your "test notes" pre-approved before the test.  They are due today, Friday, May 22nd, along with your 7.1-4 notes.
 
The test will begin at 1:00.  I will post the test on Monday at that time.  Follow all the directions on the test.
 
Have your test area ready to go by 12:45 so you have a few minutes to relax and get ready.
 
Remember, all test rules apply just as if you were in class.
 
Non-graphing, scientific calculators may be used on this test.
 
If you have questions, ask now.
 
Thank you and good luck.

Algebra II/Trig 7.1-4 Notes

You should have notes from the following sections:
7.1 day 1
7.1 day 2
7.2 day 2
7.4 day 1

Algebra II/Trig 7.1-4 Test

There will be an Algebra II/Trig test on Monday, May 25th.  The test will begin at 1:00 pm and end at 2:00 pm. Learn from the first test and be ready.
 
The test will cover sections 7.1-7.4 on vectors.  It will look like the 2 quizzes you took.  Also, look over pages 598-600, especially the problems for 7.4.
 
Your notes and "Test Notes" are due Friday, May 22nd.  I will repost the "Test Notes and Rules" document.
 
Hang in there, you are doing a faaaaaaaaaaaantastic job.  It is almost over.
 
If you have questions, don't wait to let me know.