Jennifer Whitten

Room #2501

Math Teacher

Contact Me:

   Email:  jennifer.whitten@misd.org

   Phone:  (936)276-2000 (x82036)

   Conference:  9:02 - 9:53 am

   Tutoring Schedule:

     Mon, Wed, & Thurs 2:45-3:30 pm.     

     Mon-Fri 7-7:15 am

Photo of Jennifer Whitten and Jason Whitten, husband.
REMOTE TEACHING AND LEARNING:
Please refer to the Instructional Calendar tab each Wednesday, beginning March 25th,  for information about our weekly assignments during our remote teaching and learning experience.

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Hello! This will be my 21th year to teach and my 14th year in Montgomery ISD. This year I will be teaching Advanced Precalculus, Precalculus, and AP Calculus. I graduated from Sam Houston State University with a BS in Mathematics and from Texas A&M University with a MS in Statistics.  I am looking forward to seeing some familiar faces from last year and excited about meeting some new students. I hope you are all ready to blast into a rigorous and successful year at Lake Creek High School.
 
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 1   Advanced Precalculus
 2   Precalculus
 3   Conference
 4   AP Calculus AB
 5   Advanced Precalculus
 6   Precalculus
 7   PLC
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  • Chapter 2 - Polynomial, Power, and  Rational Functions

 

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  • Chapter 5 - Analytic Trigonometry
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    • Chapter 3 - Exponential, Logistic, and Logarithmic Functions
    • Chapter 4 - Trigonometric Functions

     

    Fifth Six Weeks
    • Chapter 8 - Analytic Geometry in Two and Three Dimensions
    • Chapter 9 - Discrete Mathematics

     

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    • Chapter 4 - Trigonometric Functions
    • Chapter 5 - Analytic Trigonometry

     

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    • Chapter 10 - Statistics & Probability
    • Chapter 11 - Intro to Calculus:  Limits, Derivatives, and Integrals

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    1st Semester

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    First Six Weeks

    • Chapter 0 - Algebra Review
    • Chapter 1 - Functions and Graphs

    Fourth Six Weeks

    Chapter 5 - Analytic Trigonometry

     

    Second Six Weeks

    • Chapter 2 - Polynomial, Power, and Rational Functions
    • Chapter 3 - Exponential, Logistic, and Logarithmic Functions

    Fifth Six Weeks

    • Chapter 6 - Applications of Trigonometry

     

     

    Third Six Weeks

    • Chapter 4 - Trigonometric Functions

     

     

    Sixth Six Weeks

    • Chapter 8 - Analytic Geometry in Two and Three Dimensions
    • Chapter 9 - Discrete Mathematics

     

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      Course Syllabus for College Algebra

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      About College Algebra...

      Topics include absolute value and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphing skills, inverse functions, logarithmic and exponential functions, polynomial and rational functions, piecewise-defined functions, theory of equations and systems of equations.

       

      This course uses both an online textbook and online homework software.

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