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Below is a list, from oldest (at the top) to newest (at the bottom), of all handouts from class.

- If you missed the first day of class or came in late, please fill out this information sheet and return it to me as soon as possible.
- Here is the Toolkit Functions Discovery Project that we did in class on Wednesday, April 1. And here are the solutions.
- Here is the rabbit population example that we worked on in class on Wednesday, April 8 to determine the behavior of the graph (increasing, decreasing, concave up, concave down) numerically (section 1.5).
- Here are the two "real-world" composition examples (section 1.4) that we did in class on Wednesday, April 8.
- Here is the fill-in-the-blank transformations overview (section 1.5) that we've been filling in the past couple of days.
- Here is the worksheet from Wednesday, April 15 that we are using to practice our transformations of functions (section 1.5). And here are the solutions.
- Here is the set of practice problems involving linear functions and lines (sections 2.1 - 2.3) that we worked on in class on Thursday and Friday, April 23 and 24. And here are the solutions.
- Here is an outline of the steps to follow to graph a polynomial function (sections 3.1 and 3.3).
- Here is the blue handout from class on Friday, May 1 giving practice with finding formulas for polynomial functions (secion 3.3). And here are the solutions.
- Here is the blue 1/2 sheet from Wednesday and Thursday, May 6 and 7, with applications of quadratic functions (section 3.2). And here are the solutions.
- Here is an outline of the steps to follow to graph a rational function (section 3.4).
- Here is the handout we worked on in class on Friday, May 22 developing the continuously compounding interest formula (section 4.1). And here are the solutions.
- Here is the handout from Thursday, May 28 practicing the properties of logarithms (section 4.4). And here are the solutions.
- Here is the handout from Monday, June 1 on exponential and log equations (sections 4.3 and 4.4). And here are the solutions.
- Here is the worksheet giving applications of exponentials and logarithms (section 4.6). And here are the solutions.

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