# Mon Mar 19 – Addition & Accumulation

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 6.4 Mastery Quiz
- Take a Mastery Quiz Retake of your choice

- Section 7.1
- Quick overview of the reading
- Discuss w/p.455-456: Area under velocity curve is distance traveled?
- Discuss w/p.456: Sigma notation
- Tables: Write sums in sigma notation
- Discuss w/projector slides: Sigma notation facts and formulas
- Together: One big sigma notation calculation

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 7.1, and be ready for the 7.1 Mastery Quiz on Wednesday

# Wed Mar 14 – Questions Day

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 6.3 Mastery Quizzes
- Take 6.4 Mastery Quiz

- Happy Pi Day!
- Questions?
- What do you want to discuss from Sections 6.2, 6.3, and 6.4?
- Class discussion, table problems, board work depending on questions asked

### // After class

- On Monday you’ll have a Retake opportunity, so get prepared! You can choose to be re-evaluated for mastery on any one of the previous sections.
- Reminders/advice: The Retakes are randomly generated multiple-choice questions based on the homework assignments for each section, so be sure to work for mastery on the entire assignment, not just on a previous quiz. Your grade for the semester will be determined by your highest demonstrated mastery on each of the 18 Mastery Quizzes. See the Homework Calendar, Mastery Quizzes FAQ, and Grades FAQ for more information.

# Mon Feb 12 – 6.4 Inverse Trig

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 6.2 Mastery Quizzes
- Take 6.3 Mastery Quiz

- Grades discussion
- Grade Scorecard and slight change to break points
- This semester’s Withdrawl Date is March 16, which is this Friday
- If you are headed for a C or below, then please make an appointment to meet with me this week about your grades.

- Section 6.4
- Discuss at tables: definition, domain, and range of \(\sin x\)
- p.438-9: Restricted domains, definitions, and graphs of inverse trig functions
- Look through rest of reading
- Projector/tables: Find exact values of inverse trig functions
- Projector: Derivatives of inverse trig functions, proof with implicit differentiation
- Whiteboards: Calculate inverse trig limits and derivatives

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 6.4, be ready for the 6.4 Mastery Quiz on Wednesday.
- Start thinking about which section you will study for Monday’s Retake opportunity.
- Make a Grades Appointment with me if you are headed for C or below.

*****Make sure you bring ALL of your homework, notes, work, and EVERY Mastery Quiz and Retake with you to the meeting.*****

# Wed Feb 28 – 6.3 Trig Lims and Derivs

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back Mastery Quiz Retakes
- Take 6.2 Mastery Quiz

- Section 6.3
- Reading walkthrough
- Projector – Special trig limits
- Projector – Trigonometric differentiation rules… and proving them…
- Whiteboards – Calculate some derivatives and limits

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 6.3, be ready for the 6.3 Mastery Quiz first thing after break.
- Have a great Spring Break!

# Mon Feb 26 – 6.2 Trig Identities

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 6.1 Mastery Quiz
- Retake opportunity! Choose from 6.1, 5.5, 5.3, 5.2, 5.1, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2, or 231 Review

- Take the ROSU Correllation Survey right now on your phones
- This survey will help me determine what strategies are working best for people, so that I can share them with you all next class

- Section 6.2
- Quick look through the reading
- Projector – Pythagorean identities
- Why does \(\sin^2 \theta + \cos^2 \theta = 1\)?
- Wait, what even is \(\sin^2 \theta\)?
- Proving the other Pythagorean identities

- Projector and tables – Even/Odd identities
- Projector and tables – Sum identities
- Projector and tables/boards – Proving other identities

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 6.2, be ready for the 6.2 Mastery Quiz on Wednesday.
- Start preparing for the next Retake opportunity, which will be a week after Spring Break.

# Wed Feb 21 – Questions Day

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 5.5 Mastery Quizzes
- Take 6.1 Mastery Quiz

- Please take the Seven Week Survey right now (you can use your phone)
- Questions?
- What do you want to discuss from Sections 5.5 and 6.1?
- Class discussion, table problems, board work depending on questions asked

### // After class

- On Monday you’ll have a Retake opportunity, so get prepared! You can choose to be re-evaluated for mastery on any one of the previous sections (6.1, 5.5, 5.3, 5.2, 5.1, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2, or 231 Review).
- Reminders/advice: The Retakes are randomly generated multiple-choice questions based on the homework assignments for each section, so be sure to work for mastery on the entire assignment, not just on a previous quiz. Your grade for the semester will be determined by your highest demonstrated mastery on each of the 18 Mastery Quizzes. See the Homework Calendar, Mastery Quizzes FAQ, and Grades FAQ for more information.

# Mon Feb 19 – 6.1 Trig Functions

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back Mastery Quiz Retakes (great job!)
- Take 5.5 Mastery Quiz

- Section 6.1
- p.402-3 – Right triangle trig as ratios of side lengths
- p.405-6 – Radians and trigonometric functions for any angle
- Tables – Label \(\sin x\) and \(\cos x\) on a unit circle diagram
- p.404 – Important triangles
- Tables – Big unit circle diagram with special angles marked
- Board work – Some unit circle calculations
- p.408 – Graphs and domains of trigonometric functions
- Tables – Graph of \(\sin x\) from unit circle
- Projector (if time) – Find domains of trigonometric functions

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 6.1, be ready for the 6.1 Mastery Quiz on Wednesday.
- Start preparing for the next Retake opportunity, which is in one week!

# Wed Feb 14 – 5.5 L’Hopital’s Rule

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 5.3 Mastery Quiz
- Retake opportunity! Choose from 5.3, 5.2, 5.1, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2, or 231 Review

- (Note that we are skipping Section 5.4)
- Section 5.5
- Quick look through the reading
- Projector: Statement and fine print of L’Hopital’s Rule
- Whiteboards: Limit calculations (with hints)
- Discussion and Wolfram Alpha: Indeterminate limits of the form a^b
- Using logarithms to find limits

### // After class

- Complete the Homework for Section 5.5, be ready for the 5.5 Mastery Quiz on Monday.
- Start preparing for the next Retake opportunity, which will be a week after Monday. Choose whichever section you want to try again to master, and start studying!
- Use the next FIVE DAYS wisely. If you’re only working on Calculus the night before classes, then you’re losing lots of time; those of you who are struggling need to use all of that time.
**You can master the sections, but it takes time, commitment, and seeking help when you need it!**

# Mon Feb 12 – Questions Day

### // During class

- Mastery Quiz
- Hand back 5.2 Mastery Quizzes
- Take 5.3 Mastery Quiz
- Very rough grade estimates

- Questions?
- What do you want to discuss from Sections 5.1, 5.2, 5.3?
- Class discussion, table problems, board work depending on questions asked

### // After class

- On Wednesday you’ll have a Retake opportunity, so get prepared! You can choose to be re-evaluated for mastery on any one of the previous sections (5.3, 5.2, 5.1, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2, or 231 Review).
- Reminders/advice: The Retakes are randomly generated multiple-choice questions based on the homework assignments for each section, so be sure to work for mastery on the entire assignment, not just on a previous quiz. Your grade for the semester will be determined by your highest demonstrated mastery on each of the 18 Mastery Quizzes. See the Homework Calendar, Mastery Quizzes FAQ, and Grades FAQ for more information.