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Welcome to the beginning of:. Calculus!. Get an Index card, fill it out as follows. (Front - Blank) Print, First and Last name. (Back - Lined) 1.Birthday 2. Goal – grade 3. Goal – non-grade 4. MHHS activities 5. Non-MHHS activities. Welcome to college!. What is on your horizon.

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Welcome to the beginning of:

Calculus!

Get an Index card, fill it out as follows


(Front - Blank)

Print, First and Last name

(Back - Lined)

1.Birthday

2. Goal – grade

3. Goal – non-grade

4. MHHS activities

5. Non-MHHS activities




How to successfully

navigate this class


  • IN MY CLASS, PLEASE:

  • Stay in your Assigned seat.

  • Be respectful, NOT disruptive.

  • No cell phones or Ipod/MP3 players.

  • Be prepared, NO laziness!


There are other things

you should know

Make up policy

Assignment policy

Supplies

Grading


Now Get out your

Summer Assignment


Are you ready
Are you ready?

2. Determine if the function is even or odd.

3. If f(x)=x2 and g(x)=3x-2, find h(x), where h=fg

1.


Are you ready1
Are you ready?

5. Write the piecewise function from the following graph.

4. State the domain and range of the function.


Are you ready2
Are you ready?

6. The graph of f(x) is shown.

Describe or draw the

graphs of:

a. f(x+2)

b. f(x)-5

c. |f(x)|

d. f(|x|)+2


Asgn 1
ASGN 1

Cover your book

Signed contract

Bring R.U.R.


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