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Mr. Browder’s Classroom Newsletter Taylor Day and Aj Jones 3/1/2017 Issue 2 Highlights from class Mr.
Mr. Browder’s Classroom Newsletter
Taylor Day and Aj Jones
3/1/2017
Issue 2
Highlights from class
Mr. Browder
In Analytic Geometry the
students are
applying the
standards MGSE9-
12.G.C.1, MGSE9-
12.G.C.2, MGSE9-
12.G.C.3, MGSE9-
12.G.C.4, and
Upcoming Projects
and Tests
  
Geometry
Tests:
3/22 – Intersecting Secants and
Tangents
MGSE9-12.G.C.5.
Students understand
and apply theorems
about circles. Identifying and
point outside a given circle to
the circle. Find arc lengths and
areas of sectors of circles.
Students derive using
similarity the fact that the
length of the arc intercepted by
an angle is proportional to the
radius, and define the radian
measure of the angle as the
constant of proportionality;
derive the formula for the area
of a sector. In Advanced
3/24 – Intersecting Chord
Theorem
Projects:
None
After School Tutoring Information
Tuesday – Ms. Daniels
Wednesday – Ms. Angles
Algebra
Tests:
3/21 – Characteristics of
Polynomial Functions
describing relationships among
inscribed angles, radii, chords,
tangents, and secants. Including
the relationship between central,
inscribed, and circumscribed
angles; inscribed angles on a
diameter are right angles; the
radius of a circle is perpendicular
to the tangent where the radius
intersects the circle. Students
construct the inscribed and
circumscribed circles of a
triangle, and prove properties of
angles for a quadrilateral
inscribed in a circle. Students
construct a tangent line from a
Algebra the students are
applying the standards
MGSE9-12.A.SSE.1, MGSE9-
12.A.SSE.1a, MGSE9-
12.A.SSE.1b, MGSE9-
12.A.APR.3, MGSE9-
12.N.CN.9. Students interpret
expressions that represent a
quantity in terms of its context.
Interpret parts of an expression,
such as terms, factors, and
coefficients, in context. Given
situations which utilize
formulas or expressions with
multiple terms and/or factors,
interpret the meaning of
Projects:
3/12 - 3/30 – Report over “If
you could ask the two richest
men in the world anything,
what would it be?”
individual terms or factors. Students identify zeros of polynomials when suitable factorizations are available, and use
individual terms or factors.
Students identify zeros of
polynomials when suitable
factorizations are available, and
use the zeros to construct a rough
graph of the function defined by
the polynomial. Use the
Fundamental Theorem of
Algebra to find all roots of a
polynomial equation.
Assignment Information
Advanced Algebra and Analytic Geometry
Analytic Geometry had seven
assignments throughout the
month. The first assignment was
from 3/2 to 3/8 and it was called
Arc Measure. On 3/9 to 3/14
students were given intersecting
chord theorem assignment.
Language of circles was given on
3/15. 3/15 to 3/17 was
intersecting secants and tangents.
Central angle theorem was given
3/20 to 3/22. Inscribed angle
theorem was given 3/23 and
lasted till 3/27. The last
assignment called interior angle
theorem was given 3/28 and
lasted till 3/30. Advanced
Algebra had five assignments
over the month of March. The
first assignment called review of
polynomial operations was given
3/3 and lasted till 3/10. Factoring
patterns was given on 3/13 to
3/21. Dividing polynomials was
the third assignment and was
given on 3/22 to 3/24. Graphing
polynomial functions was given
3/27and lasted till 3/29. The last
assignment was called
fundamental theorem of algebra
and given on 3/30 to 3/31.
Contact Information
Taylor Day and Aj Jones
Mr. Browder
Mr. Browder’s Email: charles.browder@wilkinson.k12.ga.us
Mr. Browder’s Phone Number: (478) 946-2441
Mr. Browder’s Website Address: cbrowder2017.weebly.com
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