Teaching Math 5H

UNIT 4 Applications of Differentiation

__Quarter I Week 9: 11/4-11/8__
We finally finished with UNIT 4: Application of Differentiation this week. We programmed Newton's Method in TI89-BASIC. We also covered related rates. Next week is all about AntiDerivatives and Reimann Sums!

__Quarter I Week 8: 10/28-11/1__
We're nearly finished with UNIT 4: Application of Differentiation this week. We programmed Newton's Method in TI89-BASIC. We also started related rates this week.

__Quarter I Week 7: 10/21-10/25__
We started UNIT 4: Application of Differentiation this week. We started talking about IVT, MVT, Min/Max and Optimization!

__Quarter I Week 6: 10/14-10/18__
This week we finished UNIT 3 with a discussion of the Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Min/Max and Related Rates.

__Quarter I Week 5: 10/07-10/11__
Out sick.... However, I did start using DropBox, see below!

__Quarter I Week 4: 9/30-10/04__

__Quarter I Week 3: 9/23-9/27__

__Quarter I Week 2: 9/16-9/20__

__Quarter I Week 1: 9/9-9/13__
AP Calculus BC started with a preCalc review in the form of the topic of Conic Sections! This is a great topic to review Cartesian and Polar Coordinates, as well as some algebra, trig and TI89 usage!

This month YouTube Wednesday is about Astronomy since preCalculus class is doing Conics! So here's Phil Plait on Asteroids (this is really a TED Tuesday).

__ScreenCasts and SmartNotes and Code,__

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Below, you will usually find ScreenCasts from this week. SmartNotes are from a previous year's TI89 based course. We don't code much in this class except for programming the TI89.

SAGE Worksheets:

MATH5H2013

SmartNotes and Assignments:

2013 Calculus DropBox

**Well, that's all folks!**

*Sincerely,*

*A. Jorge Garcia*

*Applied Math, Physics and CS*

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2013 NYS Secondary Math PAEMST Nominee

*Teaching with Technology,*

*pastebin youtube slideshare*

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