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Welcome! Check your grades regularly through Skyward using your assigned username and password. If you need assistance with your login information, visit or call our attendance office (ext. 22916 or ext. 22913).  
 
Assignments will appear in Edmodo. Click on the Edmodo link to the right. Contact me to obtain the class code. 
 

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Week of May 11

This is the last week to improve your grade.  All work must be completed and turned in to me by Friday, May 15th.  The attached resources will help you review the Essential Standards we have learned this year in Integrated Math 3.  Email me if you have any questions.

Learning Resources Week of May 4

This week you will be investigating statistics and normal distribution.  Many of you will be taking statistics either next year or in college.  I think you will find this topic to be helpful for those future classes. As usual, these are suggested activities and are not required or graded. I have attached a folder that includes a video for every day this week through Playposit.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Learning Resources Week of April 27

This week you will be investigating the Unit Circle.  This is a helpful skill for Precalculus and Calculus.  I have attached two folders:  one that contains this week's suggested activities and one that is a notes sheet that you can use while you are watching the suggested videos.  It should help you organize your thoughts as you learn.  Let me know if you have any questions; I'll be glad to help.

Learning Resources Week of April 20

Here are some great resources for the week of April 20 – April 24! Remember, these activities are for your benefit and will not impact your grade.

1. Daily Problems for Integrated Math III: Just click on this link to go to the RCS website and find all of the available activities: https://4.files.edl.io/456c/04/17/20/162833-893229cd-7f70-4991-860d-8dc0364dd243.pdf

 

2. Delta Math problems (Week 3-Solve Radical and Rational Equations) that you can complete at your own pace: New problems are being posted each Monday and cover the essential standards in Integrated Math III.   Feel free to do more than the suggested number of problems! Just log on to your Delta Math account and begin working.

 

3. Practice for the ACT: The ACT people have made a lot of resources free that used to cost money. If you would like to spend some time working on your ACT skills, please go check out all of the free webinars and practice materials available at : http://act.org

 

If you are struggling on a particular topic, please reach out to me for help by email or through our Edmodo page. Below are links to some helpful videos on each of the topics covered in this week’s Delta Math problems.

Solving radical equations: https://youtu.be/711pdW8TbbY

Solving rational equations:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eqgIZyXgK8

Learning Resources Week of April 13

Hey, Integrated 3 students!  Make sure you are exercising your brain while practicing social distancing! Here are some great resources for the week of April 13 – April 17! Remember, these activities are for your benefit and will not impact your grade.

1. Daily Problems for Integrated Math III: Just click on this link to go to the RCS website and find all of the available activities: https://4.files.edl.io/94fc/04/09/20/154559-40ca60ac-9934-4003-b1b1-96af79ff19ae.pdf

 

2. Delta Math problems (week 2) that you can complete at your own pace: New problems are being posted each Monday and cover the essential standards in Integrated Math III. Feel free to do more than the suggested number of problems! Just log on to your Delta Math account and begin working.

3. Practice for the ACT: https://bit.ly/3dSoo1K

 

If you are struggling on a particular topic, please reach out to me for help by email or through our Edmodo page. Below are links to some helpful videos on each of the topics covered in this week’s Delta Math problems.

Applying the Remainder Theorem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTvQXspWhbM

 

Finding the missing coefficient using the Factor and Remainder Theorems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnngaI-RISM

Solving systems graphically: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpXYOe6q__o (skip ahead to 8:10)

Learning Resources Week of April 6th

Hello students! I know that many of you are looking for ways to keep up with your schoolwork, so here are some great resources for the week of April 6 – April 10! Remember, these activities are for your benefit and will not impact your grade.

1. Daily Problems for Integrated Math III: Just click on this link to go to the RCS website and find all of the available activities: https://bit.ly/3bP4fb3

 

2. Delta Math problems that you can complete at your own pace: These problems will cover the essential standards from Integrated Math III. Feel free to do more than the suggested number of problems! Just log on to your Delta Math account and begin working.

3. Practice for the ACT: https://bit.ly/3dSoo1K

 

If you are struggling on a particular topic, please reach out to me for help by email or through our Edmodo page. Below are links to some helpful videos on each of the topics covered in this week’s Delta Math problems.

Factoring trinomials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QyeZ7KwFKg

Factoring sum/difference of cubes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXjxF1I9o4E

Simplifying rationals: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/x2ec2f6f830c9fb89:rational/x2ec2f6f830c9fb89:cancel-common-factor/v/simplifying-rational-expressions-introduction

Writing a polynomial function from a graph: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASwOZYbf8jl

Distance Learning Update

Hello, students!  We hope you are staying safe and enjoying your time off.  Rutherford County Schools will be posting some online resources on the RCS website.  You can find these resources by clicking on "Online Curriculum Resources during COVID-19 shutdown" from the drop-down menu under "COVID-19 PLAN." 
 
BHS math teachers will begin making weekly posts on our web pages starting Monday, April 6th to provide optional, suggested resources for you to use to help you keep your math skills sharp during this time. 
 
If you don't have a calculator at home and find that you need one, you could use the following free apps on your phone that emulate the TI-84 calculator.
 
Android-WabbitEMU
IPhone-Calculate84
 
You could also use the graphing calculator on Desmos.com.
 
Stay safe, and GO BLAZE!