Rational Zero Theorem Synthetic & Long Division Using Technology to Approximate Zeros. Today you will look at finding zeros of higher degree polynomials using the rational zero theorem, synthetic division, and technology. We will also review polynomial long division. . Try Factor by Grouping!.

ByMATRICES. Using matrices to solve Systems of Equations. Solving Systems with Matrices. We can use matrices to solve systems that involve 2 x 2 (2 equations, 2 variables) and 3 x 3 (3 equations, 3 variables) systems. We will look at two methods:. Cramer’s Rule (uses determinants)

BySolving Equations Using Multiplication and Division. A.4f Apply these skills to solve practical problems. A.4b Justify steps used in solving equations. Use a graphing calculator to check your solutions. Objectives :. Remember, To Solve an Equation means.

ByExponential Functions. Exponential Functions and Their Graphs. Irrational Exponents. If b is a positive number and x is a real number, the expression b x always represents a positive number. It is also true that the familiar properties of exponents hold for irrational exponents . Example 1:.

BySection 7.7. Finding Quadratic Models. Example. The numbers of house calls paid by Medicare are shown in the table for various years.

ByLines in Motion. Lesson 4.3. Earlier you worked with two forms of linear equations: Intercept form : y = a+bx Point- slope form : y=y 1 +b(x-x 1 ) In this lesson you will see how these forms are related to each other graphically.

ByIn this section, we will study the following topics: Identifying polynomial functions and their degree Determining end behavior of polynomial graphs Finding real zeros of polynomial functions and their multiplicity Analyzing the graph of a polynomial function. 5.1 Polynomial Functions.

ByQUADRATIC FUNCTIONS. BIG IDEAS Content : Any quadratic equation can be solved using the quadratic formula Inquiry : Projectile motion can be modeled with a quadratic equation Nature of Math : The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra determines the possible number of solutions to an equation.

ByNotes Over 2.3. The Graph of a Function. Finding the Domain and Range of a Function. . Use the graph of the function f to find the domain of f . Find the value of f (-2), and f (2). Find the range of the graph. Notes Over 2.3. Zeros of a Function. Finding Zeros of a Function. .

ByUsing the fundamental theorem of Algebra!!!. 6.7 Pg.366. Review:. Find all the zeros: f (x)=x 3 +x 2 -2x-2 Answer: - , ,-1. A polynomial to the nth degree will have n zeros. F(x)= x 3 – 6x 2 – 15 x + 100 = (x + 4)(x – 5)(x – 5) the zeros are: -4, 5, 5.

ByMy Contract is Up… Who has the best deal?. Graphing Linear Equations Using Graphing Calculator. Lesson Objectives. How to use linear equations to describe and interpret real-life situations?. How to use graphing calculator to visualize linear relationships?. Problem.

ByWhat to Bring to the Exam. (2) Blue of Black pens (2) #2 Pencils Graphing Calculator with fresh batteries (One may be provided by your school) Straightedge or ruler. Times. You have 3 hours to complete the exam. You must be in the testing room by 10:00 AM

ByUsing Technology in Science Teaching. How Technology Can Help with Analysis and Synthesis of Data. Dr. Colleen Sexton 6 th International Educational Technology Conference 19-21 April 2006. What is Data?. Another name for facts, information, numbers, records, statistics or figures.

ByExample: Sketch the graph of,. Rational Functions: Sketching Graphs . First find the intercepts. To find the x -intercept(s), set f ( x ) = 0 and solve. 3 x + 5 = 0,. 3 x = - 5,. x = - 5/3,. x -intercept: (- 5/3, 0). To find the y -intercept(s), set x = 0 and solve.

By7. Roots and Radical Expressions. In this chapter, you will learn:. What a polynomial is Add/subtract/multiply/divide polynomials Simplify radicals, exponents Solving equations with exponents and radicals Complex numbers Conjugates. What is a monomial?.

ByChapter P: Prerequisite Information. Section P-4: Lines in the Coordinate Plane. Objectives. You will learn about: Slope of a line Point-slope form equation of a line Slope-intercept form equation of a line Graphing linear equations in two variables Parallel and perpendicular lines

ByAn EAST Project By: Racheal Brady and Melinda Johns Instructed by: Mrs. Whitmore and Mrs. Phillips . The Graphing Calculator Experience. Introduction.

ByUsing a Graphing Calculator in an Algebra 2 Classroom. By Kim Bonifield Academic Instructor: Math Specialist Tulsa Tech – Lemley Campus. Why we need to teach these skills. Build confidence with technology and math Calculators are a tool for learning mathematics

ByStatistics AP. Welcome! Please sign in and take a seat. Mrs. Kristen Skaff. About Mrs. Skaff. 4 th Year at NPHS Schedule: 1 st Period: Geometry CP 2 nd Period: AP Statistics/Math Studies IB 3 rd Period: AP Statistics 4 th Period: Algebra 1 5 th Period: Cheer Advisor

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