__Discrete Math:__
Today we begin our study of Probability by first looking at Counting Methods. My objective for this unit is to show you that investing your money in a mutual fund is the better way to earn your first million dollars versus challenging the laws of probability at the casino.

Do 12-1: 7-24, 27-32, 35-42, 51-53

We're halfway through the semester and many of you need a reminder about taking care of business. For example, Friday was a Flex day – did you check Moodle and do your assignment??? (Hint: *22 of you didn’t*…). It’s still not too late to get partial credit for your project (*7 of you*) or your C11 Test (*11 of you*) or your C11:3-4 Quiz (*5 of you*) or your Graph Theory Test (*4 of you*) or your Graph Theory Matching Quiz (*4 of you*) or your Fair Division Follow-up Questions (*5 of you*). *All these missing assignments count as ZERO!*

__Algebra II:__
Today we begin our study of Quadratic Equations (They’re the ones with an x^{2}). Quadratic Equations (like linear equations) model many aspects of the world around us – the first that comes to my mind is projectile motion – the free flight of objects through the air under the influence of gravity.

Do 5-1: 1-12, 16, 19, 21-22, 24, 27-29, 31, 34, 38, 54