Unit 3 - Analytic Geometry (Ch. 6)

Chapter 6 from the textbook
This third unit focuses solely on the Geometrical Line. The equations that create lines, how to graph lines, and how to come up with the equation of a line from the graph. We will also discover the point of intersection of two lines, known as the solution of a system.

Please note - the list of homework in the table below is the most up-to-date version.
The unit outline can be found in the table below, as well as any lesson files, online tools, or extra information (subject to change as we move through the course):
Items marked with  mean a video is available.

Topic (Textbook Section)

Suggested Homework

Lesson 3.0: How to Graph         - Quick Class Note on Graphing

None

Lesson 3.1: Slope / Y-Intercept Form
        { Blank Class Notes }         - Graphing a Line from Slope Y-intercept ( y = mx + b )         - Slope and Y-Intercept equation from a graph
        - Entire Playlist, including excercises   

Pg. 304 #1, 2ad, 3bc, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12*, 15




<-- There are fantastic practice questions on Khan Academy in the playlist link the the left.

Lesson 3.2: Standard Form  Ax + By + C = 0   
        - Linear Equations in Standard Form  

        - Extra practice - converting between forms

Pg. 312 #1–5, 7, 8, 11

Lesson 3.3: Graph a Line Using Intercepts  
        - A fantastic playlist showing this concept many times  


Pg. 319 #1, 2, 3aced, 4, 6, 7, 8, 11

 Lesson 3.4: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines  
         - Another great list of videos and practice!  

 Pg. 328 #1ac, 2, (3 – 5)ace, 6, 7, 8, 9
 Lesson 3.5: Find an Equation for the Line (Slope/Point)  
        -
Finding y = mx + b given m and a point  

 Pg. 335 #1acef, 2acef, 3  6, 8 
 Lesson 3.6: Find an Eq'n for the Line (Two Points)  
        { Blank Class Notes }

        - Finding y = mx + b given two points 
 
        - Practice

 Pg. 342 #1ac, 2  5, 7ab
 Lesson 3.7: Linear Systems
        - Solving by graphing
  
 Pg. 348 #1, 2, 9, 11
 Lesson 3.8: Review  

Khan Academy Infinite Review Questions (report broken links to Mr. Brash):
        - Slope of a Line
        Graphing a line (line intuition)
        - Graphing Linear Equations (y = mx + b)
        Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
        - x and y Intercepts from a graph
        - Intercepts from an equation
        - Slope Y-int Form!
        - Converting to-and-from Standard Form (Ax + By + C = 0)

 Pg. 352  ALL



 Assignment


 
 
 Unit Assignment
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Matthew Brash,
Nov 12, 2014, 7:38 AM