Calculus AB Sept 29 Derivative Card Matching 1

Turn in KhanAcademy Review in Pouch

Grab my Notes on Continuity, IVT, EVT, SEcant and Tangent Lines from UCLA for your pouch of formula sheets.

How was UCLA for those who went?

How are you doing on KhanAcademy– start mastering all derivatives   — get ahead on Application of derivatives

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Grade Friday’s Derivatives Test Honorably

Derivative Card Matching 1

Get in Groups

Title Paper

 

Sub Tomorrow- Same Activity with Second Derivatives

Derivative and Second Derivative Card Matching 2 Tomorrow

Precalculus Sept 28 Grade Complex # Test, Vi Hart Videos, KA Review

Grade Unit 1 Test 2 Complex #s

Vi Hart Videos

 

HW- Write a 1 page review of KhanAcademy and your efforts/progress with the program.

What do you like? What don’t you like? What would you change?

How do you do it? A little everyday? A bunch of hours at a time? Not at all? Why not?

What is your current score on the section we are working on? What needs to be done to raise it?

Should Mr. Lange continue assigning KA as HW — or would you rather have bookwork.

Calculus BC Sept 26 Derivative Exam ++ 8 More

Take the Chapter 3.1 – 3.5 Test

Then do 8 more on Separate Paper– you can take these home if you run out of time.

________________The Test

1. f(x)=2x^2+2  Find the equation of the tangent line to f(x) at x=1

2. f(x)=(2x^2+5)e^x   Find f'(x)

3. f(x)= cos(4x) Find f''(\frac{\pi}{{16}})

4. g(x)=\frac{sin(x)+2}{x} Find g'(x)

5. x^2+y^3=9  find \frac{dy}{dx}} at (1,2)

6. h(x)=ln(x^3+2) Find h'(x)

7. f(x)=sin ^{-1}(x^2)  Find f'(x)

8. h(x)=5e^x+\sqrt{x}-\frac{1}{x}+cos^2(x)  Find h'(x)

 

HW- Write a 1 page review of KhanAcademy and your efforts/progress with the program.

What do you like? What don’t you like? What would you change?

How do you do it? A little everyday? A bunch of hours at a time? Not at all? Why not?

What is your current score on the section we are working on? What needs to be done to raise it?

Should Mr. Lange continue assigning KA as HW — or would you rather have bookwork.