## Assignments 10/31

October 31, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students prove their knowledge of integer programming

• We took a test

### Coding:

Students will combine and expand their knowledge of block coding to create games

### Algebra 2:

Students will be reminded how to add/subtract/multiply polynomials

## Assignments 10/30

October 30, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

### Coding:

Students will combine and expand their knowledge of block coding to create games

### Algebra 2:

Students will prove their skills learned in the Quadratic Unit

• We did a quick review
• We took a test

## Assignments 10/29

October 29, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

### Coding:

Students will begin combining and expanding their knowledge of block coding to create games

### Algebra 2:

Students will review the skills learned in the Quadratic Unit

## Assignments 10/26

October 26, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

### Coding:

Students will begin combining and expanding their knowledge of block coding to create games

### Algebra 2:

Students will review the skills learned in the Quadratic Unit

• We did a little packet for Review.
• Test Tuesday

## Assignments 10/25

October 25, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

• We did this Potato Problem
• If there was time, some people started this similar Orange Problem

### Coding:

Students will begin combining and expanding their knowledge of block coding to create games

• “Build a Game” is due tomorrow (we’ll use this again at the end of the unit)
• “Debug It 2” is due Monday (this will help with future assignments)
• If you happen to be done with both, do “Build a Maze” (make sure you do ALL of the suggestions at the end)

### Algebra 2:

Students will find use their knowledge of complex roots to add, subtract, and multiply imaginary numbers

• We took a few more notes
• Then we finished up the unit by doing Pg. 386 #9-25

## Assignments 10/24

October 24, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

### Coding:

Students will begin combining and expanding their knowledge of block coding to create games

• We did this
• Some people got started on this

### Algebra 2:

Students will find use their knowledge of complex roots to add, subtract, and multiply imaginary numbers

## Assignments 10/23

October 23, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use their knowledge of programming to pursue problems with integer programming

### Coding:

Students will prove their knowledge of text coding

• Test today

### Algebra 2:

Students will find review basic quadratic equation problems.

## Assignments 10/22

October 22, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will prove their knowledge of Minimization

### Coding:

Students will practice text coding (specifically loops and conditionals)

• Do the “Karel Challenges”
• Then do the “Karel Extra Practice”
• The “Karel Extra Puzzles” is optional
• Test tomorrow

### Algebra 2:

Students will find review basic quadratic equation problems.

## Assignments 10/19

October 19, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use knowledge of maximization to find minimization

### Coding:

Students will practice text coding (specifically loops and conditionals)

• Do the “Karel Challenges”
• Then do the “Karel Extra Practice”
• The “Karel Extra Puzzles” is optional
• I’m thinking we’ll have a test over Karel on Tuesday

### Algebra 2:

Students will find review basic quadratic equation problems.

## Assignments 10/18

October 18, 2018

### Industrial Engineering:

Students will use knowledge of maximization to find minimization

• We finished this
• Then we started the Ch. 4 Review
• Quiz soon (probably Monday, but might be tomorrow)

### Coding:

Students will practice text coding (specifically loops and conditionals)

• Do the “Karel Challenges”
• Then do the “Karel Extra Practice”
• The “Karel Extra Puzzles” is optional