## Thursday, November 29, 2012

EQ: What is a

*composition*of functions? How do we compose two or more functions and__simplify__the result?
In-Class: We did a Mad Minutes quiz. Mrs. Prior checked the HW (GPC#1) and then we went over the HW answers. We did more practice composing and simplifying functions.

Mrs. Prior handed out the new investigation in a packet.

Homework: Inv. 2 #4-6 (in new packet)

## Wednesday, November 14, 2012

In-Class: We did an activity that will continue tomorrow in class, where we had to identify equations from graphs of different parent functions. These graphs included both horizontal AND vertical translations.

Homework: Pages 10-15 in the PINK Packet due tomorrow!

## Tuesday, November 13, 2012

### Tuesday, November 13, 2012

In class today, we were given a new equation that was ±Af[C(x±D)]±B. Each group was given a colored sheet of paper that was considered "part" of the equation and had to write down what it meant. Part of what we learned was about horizontal transformations. Pictures to come soon, but for the part [C(x was the id o<c<1, the parent function would be stretched horizontally, if c>1, than the parent function is compressed horizontally. However, in most cases except for trig functions, the C value can be used as an A value. The ±D)] part is when it is being added, the graph translates to the left. If it's being subtracted, the graph shifts right.

For homework we were given a pink packet with graphs of certain function families and transformations to fill out. Pages 4-9 are due tomorrow.

For homework we were given a pink packet with graphs of certain function families and transformations to fill out. Pages 4-9 are due tomorrow.

## Thursday, November 8, 2012

Click here for a blank copy of the Modeling Practice Problems

Click here for Solutions to Modeling Practice Problems

Click here for a blank copy of the Vertical Transformations Practice

Click here for Solutions to the Vertical Transformations Practice

## Saturday, November 3, 2012

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