## STORM DAY! Monday, March 4

**Yet another storm day … how does this one affect our plans, and what are my expectations? Read on to find out:**

**Math 621A**:

- Complete from Friday: Page 12 (notes) #7; Page 462 #6 (regression – Desmos)
**For today:**Please print a copy of this graphing lab, where we’ll introduce you to**logarithmic functions**. Use Desmos (or an old-fashioned table of values with a regular calculator) to complete**Part A ONLY**– sketch the two graphs indicated on the grid (marking the scale – go by jumps of 1 for best results) and put a few similarities/differences for the two graphs in the space beside the grid. If you can’t print this lab, do the work on a sheet of paper – and if you can’t see the lab here, it’s in the book on Page 475 (again, Part A ONLY).**Assignment #5 has been posted on the blog …**there are a couple of review questions you can do on the back side.**We’ll leave the deadline on Thursday for now**and see how tomorrow’s class goes first**A heads-up: Chapter 7 Test looking like next Monday**(details this week; review questions on A#5)

**Math 611B**:

- Complete from Friday: Page 105 #12; Page 124 #1-7, 25, 26
**I’m adding just a couple of more textbook problems to work on:**Page 124 #27, 39, 40. Just use the rules/patterns we discovered on Friday (these are on Pages 116-117, plus in Examples 1-2, Page 118) – we’ll formalize these tomorrow in class**Assignment #5 has been posted on the blog …**there are certainly a couple of questions you can try today.**We’ll leave the deadline on Thursday for now**and see how tomorrow’s class goes first

**PEI History 621B**:

**Complete the notes on Mi’kmaq culture and customs**for tomorrow’s class, please … if you need to access an electronic copy of the textbook, click on the “online version of the textbook” link under the**PEI History Links**page – if you don’t have your other booklet at home, you’ll have to email me and I’ll send you another copy**Project #3 is due on Thursday**– today’s a good chance to work that, and I’ve posted a copy of the expectations and layout for the project to get you started (I’ll post this on Google Classroom as well)

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

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