## STORM DAY! Friday, Feb. 8

**Our first cancellation of the new semester — since we’re still just getting started, you won’t be expected to do a great deal of work today … read below to find the expectations for each course.**

**Math 621A**:

- Complete from yesterday (if needed): Page 395 #9, 10, 13*
- Please take some time today/over the weekend to
**go back, fill in and complete the following pages and examples in your notes**(so that you’ll have these for the first test and for the final exam, and I’ll check for these):- Functions Review (“T-shirts question”) – Page 6; Characteristics of Polynomial Functions – Pages 8-9 (we did this together in class, but you should fill in the info for domains, ranges, end behaviours, etc.), and the chart at the bottom of Page 9

**Assignment #2 will be posted on the blog on Sunday**(you won’t be able to do a whole lot with it, and we’ll work on it in class next week anyway)

**Math 611B**:

- Complete from yesterday: Pages 76-77 #41-44 (part (b) only), 53 and 54 (part (a) only)
- To prepare for Monday: There is some information in your Section 2.2 notes about
**end behaviour models**(or EBMs) – have a look through this, and also look at Examples 6 and 7, Pages 73-74 in the textbook- To try: Page 76 #39-44, part (a) for each

**Assignment #2 will be posted on the blog on Sunday**(you could get a head start on a couple of questions)

**PEI History 621B**: (Google Classroom code:** wn3ir1e**)

**Project #1 (“Two Stories”) is STILL due today …**please submit via Google Classroom or by email (my email address is on the course outline, remember). As of 2:30 pm, 11/12 students have their projects posted (and 9 are turned in). I will check tomorrow morning to see what’s been submitted – an NHI will be entered in SAS for any missing projects, as per course guidelines, until they are received

**Extra Help****: Tuesday-Wednesday, 3-4 pm **(or at noon time/before class in the morning)

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