## 12.1 – The Fundamental Counting Principle and Permutations

Essential Question 1: How do you use the fundamental counting principle on real world examples? Essential Question 2: How do you calculate factorials? i.e. : N! (802)

## Afterschool Extra Help

I would like to remind everyone that my tutoring day is Tuesday. Please feel free to come with or without questions to review any material we have learned to date, or to potentially preview what is to be coming. For the sake of time, if you come with a list of either what you know … Continue reading »

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## Introduction to Sequences and Series

Arithmetic Sequences An arithmetic sequence is a sequence in which the difference between each consecutive term is constant. An arithmetic sequence can be defined by an explicit formula in which an = d (n - 1) + c, where d is the common difference between consecutive terms, and c = a1. An arithmetic sequence can also be defined recursively by the formulas a1 = c, an+1 = an + d, in which d is … Continue reading »

Remember to put some notes here after class…..if this is empty on 9/25 and the first person to remind me(IF NEEDED) to put the notes here will get a homework pass! (199)

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## 10.3-10.4 Circles and Ellipses

Essential Question 1: How do you graph circles in standard form with a center at the origin? Essential Question 2: How do you graph ellipses in standard form with a center at the origin? Homework 10.3 Practice A    (1001)

CP2 – Advanced Algebra Grading Rubric Participation/Class Notebook = 25% – Participation grades will be given every day there is new material presented. – Participation will be partially evaluated by showing that the question of the day has been written down in a single continuous notebook in order and answered correctly by an example. ANY LOST … Continue reading »