- Homework (due 12/21): Read 286-289, Ex 1-12

AP Computer Science

**Do these in class, and finish them for homework (due 12/16.)**

**Warmup-2**

** arrayFront9**

array667

array123

arrayCount9

has271

**Array-1**

do any 5 that strike your fancy

Array-2

countEvens

sum13

has12

shiftLeft

post4

array667

array123

arrayCount9

has271

do any 5 that strike your fancy

Array-2

countEvens

sum13

has12

shiftLeft

post4

Algebra 2

- Objectives: Review old homework, refresh on matrices

- Homework (due 12/2): P. 220, Ex: 14-17

Algebra 2

- Homework (due 12/1): Pg. 241, Ex: 13, 14, 45-48. Pg. 250, Ex: 33-36. Use your calculators!

AP Computer Science

Objectives: prepare for test on strings and loops Wednesday.

Homework (due 12/1):

**From codingbat:**

**Java** > String-1

**Java** > Warmup-2**Java** > String-2

do 10 or more of the 20 examples.

BE SURE TO LOG IN SO THAT YOU ARE CREDITED!

Objectives: prepare for test on strings and loops Wednesday.

Homework (due 12/1):

do 10 or more of the 33 examples.

- stringTimes
- frontTimes
- stringBits
- stringSplosion
- last2
- stringMatch
- stringX
- altPairs

do 10 or more of the 20 examples.

BE SURE TO LOG IN SO THAT YOU ARE CREDITED!

Algebra 2

- Objectives: Identity matrices, inverse matrices

- Homework (due 11/17): Read 208-212, Ex. 1-7

AP Computer Science ** **

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Use methods of String class in Codingbat problems.

- Class assignment: Read the slides for Chapter 10, from 1 to 16. Start homework.
- Homework (due 11/10): Read Chapter 10.1 to 10.4. Codingbat Java/warmup-1 problems:

- startHi

- delDel

- mixStart

- stringE

- startHi

- Objectives: understand more matrix transformations

- Assignment: worksheet for chapter 4.4

AP Computer Science

Algebra 2

- Assignment 11/8: Only 33/42 have set their "Share To" to mike@huben.us, so please make sure everybody has. Complete the 9 assigned for the weekend. In Java/Warmup-1, do:
- icyHot

- in1020

- close10

- lastDigit

- icyHot

- Homework (due 11/9): Complete worksheet.

Algebra 2

** Classwork:**

- Classwork: The worksheet. Work quietly on this in class, complete it over the weekend, and hand it in on Monday. Show your work: attach any scrap paper you use for the problems. Answers without work will not be credited.

**Go to http://codingbat.com/ and click on "create account".****Fill out the form with your full name (so I know whose work I'm seeing.)****Click on "prefs", write "mike@huben.us" in the "Share To" field and click "Share". That lets me see your work.****Go back to the CodingBat main page, and click "Warmup-1" in the Java column.****Solve the following problems:****sleepin****monkeyTrouble****sumDouble****diff21****parrotTrouble****makes10****nearHundred****posNeg****intMax****These are due to be completed by Monday.**

AP Computer Science

- Objectives: for and while loops!
- Homework (due 11/3): finish today's programming classwork. Problems 1 and 5 from chapter 8. And the third problem is to write a program that asks for the size of an identity matrix and prints the matrix. Use nested loops.

Algebra 2

- Objectives: Solve problems with matrix multiplication
- Homework (due 11/1): Read p. 179, Ex. p. 182 : 10. 11, 14-19, 28-30

AP Computer Science ** **

- Objectives: LOOPS!

- Homework (due 11/1): Read Ch. 8.1-8.5. Try exercises 1, 2 and 3.

Algebra 2

- Objectives: matrix operations
- Homework (due 10/28): Read pp. 197-172. Calculator exercise p. 172. Ex 1-13.

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Solve systems of 3 equations in 3 variables.

- Homework (due 10/26): Read pp. 145-149, Ex. 1-8

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Linear Programming

- Homework (due 10/21): p. 142, Ex: 15, 16, 28-33, 38

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Solve real-world problems with linear programming.

- Homework (due 10/20): Read pp. 138-141, Ex. 8-14, 34-37

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Find maximum and minimum values of a function over a region.

- Homework (due 10/19): Read pp. 138-141, Ex. 3-6

AP Computer Science ** **

- Objectives: debug variable and calculation programs

- Homework (due 10/18): Write a program that asks for three integers (one at a time), adds them and prints the result as a double with one digit after the decimal point. You will need to use the scanner class. Start with an example you've already used. Documentation for the important classes is now linked at my web site. You will hand in the program as YourName.java in my drop box on Monday.

AP Computer Science ** **

- Objectives: introduction to variables and operators

- Homework (due 10/15): Read Ch. 6

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Solve systems of equations by substitution and elimination.

- Homework (due 10/15): Read pp. 123-126, Ex. 1-11, 24, 25

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Solve systems of equations by graphing.

- Homework (due 10/14): Read pp. 116-119, Ex 1-10, 26

AP Computer Science ** **
I'm out sick today: please cooperate with the sub.
For those of you with the Climate Change meeting today, please do this as homework. Everybody else, please do this in class.

Tomorrow we will fix more syntax errors, so you need this preparation.

- Objectives: Get the MovingDisk.java program to compile.

- Find studentdisk/Ch05/Syntax/MovingDisk.java and bring it into JCreator.

- Fix all the syntax errors so that it compiles.

- Email me a list of the 16 different reserved words used in MovingDisk.java: they are easy to find by color in JCreator.

Tomorrow we will fix more syntax errors, so you need this preparation.

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: graph linear and absolute value inequalities

- Homework (due 10/7): Read 102-103, Ex. 1-9

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives:Identify and graph step, constant, identity, absolute value, and piecewise functions.

- Homework (due 10/6): Read 95-99, Ex 1-13

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Write slope-intercept equations from two points or a slope and a point.

- Homework (due 10/5): Read p.79-82, Ex. 1-12, 21-22

Algebra 2 Notebook Check Rubric ** **

Each item of the rubric counts 20%, and notebooks count 10% of your term grade. That means each item of the rubric counts 2% of your term grade.

Notebooks will be collected during the test on Friday, and returned on Monday. Be sure that they are separated from any other work you will need over the weekend.

Notebook grades will be on a yellow sticky note.

- 3 sections: notes, homework, tests. Your name prominant and legible.

- Homework is complete.

- Homework shows the work, where needed. Not just answers.

- Notes show attentiveness.

- Notes and Homework are in order and dated.

Each item of the rubric counts 20%, and notebooks count 10% of your term grade. That means each item of the rubric counts 2% of your term grade.

Notebooks will be collected during the test on Friday, and returned on Monday. Be sure that they are separated from any other work you will need over the weekend.

Notebook grades will be on a yellow sticky note.

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Find and use slope of a line, graph parallel and perpendicular lines.

- Homework (due 9/30): Read p. 71-74, Ex: 1-18

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Identify linear functions and equations. Write them in standard form, graph them.

- Homework (due 9/29): Read p. 66-68, Ex. 1-21

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: Analyze and graph relations.

- Homework (due 9/22): Read 58-61, Ex: 1-20, 43-45

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: solve compound and absolute value inequalities.

- Homework (due 9/22): Read 41-44, Ex: 2-11, 24, 25, 30, 31, 33-36

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: solve inequalities with one or many operations.

- Homework (due 9/): Read pp. 33-36, Ex. 1-9, 25-30.

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: evaluate and solve expressions with absolute values.

- Homework (due 9/): Read pp. 27-29, Ex. 1-14, 33-36

AP Computer Science ** **

- Objectives: Understand nature of computing environments.

- Homework (due 9/17): Read 2.1-2.3

AP Computer Science ** **

- Objectives: Understand number representations.

- Homework (due 9/16): Read 1.3 to 1.5, binary -> hex worksheet

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: translate from English to math, solve problems with equality properties.

- Homework (due 9/15): Read pp. 18-22, Ex. 1-16, 27-30, 37-40

Algebra 2 ** **

- Objectives: classify different types of numbers and use properties of real numbers.

- Homework (due 9/14): Read pp. 11-14, Ex 1-30, 46-49

AP Computer Science

**Objectives: Basic terminology, getting started with JCreator****Homework (due 9/13):**

- http://www.skylit.com/javamethods/faqs/jcreator4.html

- http://www.skylit.com/javamethods/faqs/jcreator4GridWorld.html

- If you are a Mac user, you can install Eclipse instead of JCreator.

Algebra 2

- Objectives: use order of operations and formulas.

- Homework (due 9/13): Read pp. 6-8, Exercises 1-19 odd, 21-35 all.

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