Getting Help

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Every now and again, we all need help. Below you will find various resources for getting help. The best way to get help is to use my office hours: that help is very personalized and can be the fastest way to overcome a challenge.

My math notes can also be helpful if you missed a class or a friend, parent/guardian or tutor needs to know what we covered in class.

Academic coaching is also an option for those who might want occasional or more regular help. There are also some online resources you could use too.

If there are other resources that you think might be useful to list here, please let me know.

Math 4 Notes Sections

Andrew's Office Hours

  • Mondays 3:30-4:00
  • Wednesdays 11:45-12:15
  • Fridays AM (by appointment)

Academic Coaching

  • Mon-Thu @ 3:30 in Inclusion Room
  • Wed early release: 2:30
  • Join the elective

Online Resources

Online Tools

Desmos (ext)
Wolfram Alpha (ext)
GeoGebra (ext)

Other Years' Notes

Math 1 (coming soon!)
Math 2 (coming soon!)
Math 3 (coming soon!)

Math 4 Notes

Click on a Section (in the left sidebar) to scroll down to the table of the related notes. Notes are in the order we cover them in class.

Functions and Function Notation

1Functions (review)pdf
2Types of Functions (review)pdf
3Domain of a Function (review)pdf
4Range of a Function (review)pdf
5Evaluation of Functions (review)pdf
6Graphing Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form (review)pdf
7Obtaining the Equation of a Line: Slope and Intercept (review)pdf
8Obtaining the Equation of a Line: Point and Slope (review)pdf

Piecewise Functions

1Introduction to Rayspdf
2The Equation of a Ray (End-Point Included)pdf
3The Equation of a Ray (End-Point Not Included)pdf
4The Equation of a Ray: More Examplespdf
5Introduction to Line Segmentspdf
6The Equation of a Line Segmentpdf
7Other Functions with Restricted Domainspdf
8Introduction to Piecewise Functionspdf
9Introduction to Graphing Piecewise Functionspdf
10Graphing Piecewise Functions: More Examplespdf
11Evaluating Piecewise Functionspdf
12Introduction to Obtaining Piecewise Function Equationspdf
13Obtaining Piecewise Equations: More Examplespdf

A Beginning Look at Calculus

1Continuity (informal)pdf
2Why Can’t We Divide By Zero?pdf
3Graphs Involving Division by Zeropdf
4Vertical Asymptotespdf
5Horizontal Asymptotespdf
6End Behavior of a Functionpdf
7Approach Statementspdf
8Polynomial Functionspdf
9Rational Functionspdf
10Rational Functions: Holes versus Asymptotespdf
11Sketching Rational Functionspdf
12Sketching Rational Functions, Part 2pdf
13Approximating the Area under a Curve with Rectanglespdf
14Approximating Area: Left Endpoints versus Right Endpointspdf
15Approximating Area: Midpointspdf
16The Area of a Trapezoidpdf
17Approximating Area under a Curve with Trapezoidspdf
18Composite Functionspdf
19Inverse Functionspdf
20Finding Inverse Functionspdf
21Inverse Functions and Reflecting across the line y = xpdf
22The Slope of a Secant Linepdf
23Finite Difference Graphspdf
24More Finite Difference Graphspdf
25Slope Statementspdf
26Average Velocity on a Position Graphpdf
27Average Velocity on a Velocity Graphpdf
28The Inverse of the Exponential Functionpdf
29Even Functionspdf
30Odd Functionspdf

Rates, Sums, Limits and Continuity

1The Trapezoid Rulepdf
2Summation Notationpdf
3Obtaining Summation Notationpdf
4Summation Notation and Function Notationpdf
5Summation Notation and Area with Left Endpoint Rectanglespdf
6Approximating Area Using Left Endpoint Rectanglespdf
7The Intuitive Definition of a Limitpdf
8One-Sided Limitspdf
9The Existence of a Limitpdf
10The Formal Definition of Continuitypdf
11Estimating Instantaneous Velocitypdf
12Evaluating Limits Algebraically: Type Ipdf
13Evaluating Limits Algebraically: Type IIpdf
14The Rules of Dominant Termspdf