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Reflection: Discuss the transformations of a sine graph
Project 1: Make your own Trig Problem Given 5 Points
Include Table of 5 Critical values, Graph, Equation, and Color labelling of A, B, C, D using vocabulary Amplitude, Frequency, Period, Phase Shift, Vertical Displacement
Make the Table, Make the Graph, Make the Equation. Identify A, B, C, D and show how they are represented in the graph using color.
Project 2: Daylight Hours – Explore Here
Daylight Hours Calculators —
Sunrise/Sunset Daylight Graph Help
Sign up for a City and Graph One Year’s worth of Total Daylight Hours…. from Jan 1 to Dec 31– make December 31 Day 0. You can do it on GP or on DESMOS
1. How many hours of daylight there will be on your birthday.
2. Determine: On which days will there be 13 hours of daylight.
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Objective: Students know sources of variation in sampling and understand through the central limit theorem that larger samples are better
Lesson: The Jelly Blubber Lab
HW: Prepare for a Test on Sampling Distributions/Mean and SD of Sampling Distributions/Central Limit Theorem/Normal Approximations ONLINE QUIZZES BPS 11 TPS Ch 9
Objective: Students can find the average value of a function over an interval [a,b] and the point [c] that guarantees the mean value theorem for integrals
Warm-Up: Reflect: What is the difference between distance and displacement? Draw it. Write the formulas
Video: Roshan 6.4 from your textbook!
Lesson Material: MMM U 32 Average Value/2nd Fundamental Theorem
TH Project: Due Monday—- Create a Distance/Displacement Story by drawing a graph of velocity v time similar to your Roller Coaster Project. The difference is, instead of graphing position first, you graph the velocity. Identify when the person/car is going forward, backward and how far. Be sure to explain the displacement difference from original position and displacement] Make it colorful.
HW: HW Problems 1-4 from MMM U 32
Study Average Value in KhanAcademy/Watch Roshan