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# AP Calculus AB

An interactive log for students and parents in my AP Calculus class. This ongoing dialogue is as rich as YOU make it. Visit often and post your comments freely.

## Monday, September 19, 2005

### It's Invertable!

Today we talked about inverse functions. We've got lots of resources here if you need any help or extra practice:

To learn more (or review) about inverses follow the three links below. In each case you will need to have two windows open. In one, you'll be playing with an interactive graph -- it opens up when you click the button marked [click here to start] -- in the other are the directions to follow to learn the material. Have fun with it!

You can practise applying your skill in these online quizzes:

After you click on the [submit quiz] button DO NOT click on the [email to instructor] button -- it won't get to me. ;-)

Remember also to have thought about:

(1) When is a good to to "meet" in the chatbox.
(2) We need a "character" for our year long project.
(3) Are you interested in creating an instructional video instead of the story project?

Cheers,
Mr. K.

• At 8:20 PM CDT,  SarahS said…

Hey Mr. K. well its just a suggestion about this year's project story. To give the class ideas, maybe you could show them the epilogue to last year's story. lol. I found it interesting how Gerald wrote it =D. And also, instead of picking a mascot first, why don't we choose a theme? Like the jungle, star trek (your previous years). Just to make things easier on picking a mascot. Those are just ideas. I'll try and speak my mind in class. Really I'll try. Starting with the theme and maybe the mascot.

- SarahS.

P.S. what ever did happen to last year's stories anyways? I wouldn't mind reading them again and maybe even trying out the problems :D (Captain Chris wonders the same thing. lol)