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## Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations. Find their intersections. Focus 5 Learning Goal – (HS.A-CED.A.3, HS.A-REI.C.5, HS.A-REI.C.6, HS.A-REI.D.11, HS.A-REI.D.12) : Students will write, solve and graph linear systems of equations and inequalities. What does it mean to solve a system?.

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## 1029 b

1029 b. f (x) = x 2 – 2x. 1029 b. f( x ) = x 2 – 2 x f( a + h ) = ( a + h ) 2 -2( a + h ) f( a+h ) = (a 2 +2ah+h 2 ) – 2a – 2h f ( a+h ) = a 2 + 2ah + h 2 – 2a – 2h. 1029 b. f( a+h ) = a 2 + 2ah + h 2 – 2a – 2h f(a) = a 2 – 2a

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Lesson 7 – Algebra of Quadratics – The Quadratic Formula. IB Math SL1 - Santowski. Fast Five. Determine HOW many roots the following quadratic functions have: (a) f(x) = x 2 – 6x + 9 (b) f(x) = x 2 – 6x + 5 (c) f(x) = x 2 – 2x + 10 (d) f(x) = -½x 2 + 2x + 4 (e) f(x) = x 2 + 2x + c.

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## A.3 Polynomials and Factoring

A.3 Polynomials and Factoring. In the following polynomial, what is the degree and leading coefficient? 4x 2 - 5x 7 - 2 + 3x . Degree = Leading coef. =. 7 -5. Ex. 1 Adding polynomials. (7x 4 - x 2 - 4x + 2) - (3x 4 - 4x 2 + 3x). First, dist. the neg.

By latif
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## 1.5 Distributive Property

1.5 Distributive Property. Distributive Property. What does the word distribute mean? What do you think the distributive property means to do?. Deal out, hand out/around, share, divide up, disperse, spread. Get rid of the parenthesis, share by multiplication.

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## Alge-Tiles

Alge-Tiles. For all Alge-Tile work it is essential to remember that RED means minus And Any other colour means plus. Variables. x 2. x. 1. -x 2. -x. -1. Example. Represent the following trinomials using alge-tiles:. 1. 2x 2 +3x+5. 2. x 2 -2x-3. Alge-Tile Uses.

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## Power Rule

Power Rule. k(x) = g n (x) = [g(x)] n k’(x) = n [g (x)] n-1 g’(x). Power Rule. k(x) = [x 2 + x ] 3 k’(x) = 3 [x 2 + x] 2 ( 2x+1 ). Power Rule. k(x) = 2[3x 3 + x ] 4 k’(x) = 8 [3x 3 + x] 3 ( 9x 2 +1 ). k(x) = (x 3 + 2x) 4 k’(x)=. 4 (x 3 + 2x) 3 (3x 2 + 2)

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## Jeopardy Directions for the game: 1. You will need a pencil and paper to keep score.

Jeopardy Directions for the game: 1. You will need a pencil and paper to keep score. 2. On the next screen, click ONCE on a question. 3. Read the Question and decide on your answer. 4. Click ONCE on the screen If you’re right, add your

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## Topic 17

Topic 17. Integration II. Consider the following distance/time information and the corresponding velocity/time graph. Area = 100 Area = the integral of y = 10 from x = 0 to x = 10. Consider the following distance/time information and the corresponding velocity/time graph. Area = 100

By asher
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## Completing the Square

Completing the Square. This is an x. Show me x 2. x. x 2. Show me x 2 + 6x. Completing the Square. x. x. x. x. x. x. x 2. x 2. Let's Make a Square. Completing the Square. How many units are required to complete the square?. 9!. The picture is now x 2 + 6x + 9,.

By viet
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## 2.2 Power Function w/ modeling

2.2 Power Function w/ modeling. 2.3 Polynomials of higher degree with modeling. Power function. A power function is any function that can be written in the form: f(x) = kx a , where k and a ≠ 0 Monomial functions: f(x) = k or f(x) = kx n Cubing function: f(x) = x 3

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## I. Review Distribute (aka F.O.I.L.)

I. Review Distribute (aka F.O.I.L.) II. Review Trial and Error III. Review Grouping III. Factoring Quadratics. I. Review Distribute (aka F.O.I.L.). ( x + 3 ) (x + 2 ). First. ( x + 3 ) (x + 2 ). x 2. First. Outside. ( x + 3 ) (x + 2 ). x 2 + 2x. First. Outside.

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## Module 5 Paper 2 Higher Tier June 2008

Module 5 Paper 2 Higher Tier June 2008. Area: ½ x 10.4 x 5.5. = 28.6 cm 2. 2 Marks. 5x - 3x = 7 + 4. 2x = 11. x = 5.5. 13 - 5y = 12. 13 – 12 = 5y. 5y = 1. 13 - 5y = 4 x 3. 6 Marks. y = ⅕ or 0.2. Y= 2. 2 Marks. 1 Mark. 1 Mark.

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## Transforming the Equation of a Circle

Transforming the Equation of a Circle. The equation for a circle can be presented in two popular formats:. STANDARD FORM: (x – h) 2 + (y – k) 2 = r 2 b. -sometimes referred to as Centre-Radius form. GENERAL FORM: x 2 + y 2 + Dx + Ey + F= 0.

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## Warm-up Dec. 13

Warm-up Dec. 13. Good morning! Please get started on the Factor It! worksheet. You will be working with your shoulder partners. One person will work on the odd number questions and the other will work on the even number questions. You have 15 minutes.

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## Objectives:

Factor by Grouping. Objectives: Be able to factor a polynomial by using greatest common factor, difference of squares, trinomials, and grouping. Critical Vocabulary: Polynomial, Trinomial, Difference of Squares. Example 1:. Factor 5x 5 + 30x 4 - 20x 3 - 120x 2.

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## Unit: Rational Functions 9-4: Rational Expressions Day 1 (Simplification)

Unit: Rational Functions 9-4: Rational Expressions Day 1 (Simplification). Essential Question: How do you simplify, multiply and divide rational expressions?. 9-4: Rational Expressions.

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## Polynomials and Factoring

Polynomials and Factoring. The basic building blocks of algebraic expressions.

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## Polynomial Long Division ÷

Polynomial Long Division ÷. Polynomial Long Division. Free powerpoints at http://www.worldofteaching.com. It’s just Division!. The polynomial we divide with is called The Dividend The polynomial we divide by is called The Divisor The answer is called The Quotient. Let’s start.

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