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Solving Equations

Solving Equations

Solving Equations . by Lauren McCluskey. Credits. Prentice Hall Algebra I . Solving One-Step Equations:. “ An equation is like a balance scale because it shows that two quantities are equal. The scales remained balanced when the same weight is added (or removed from) to each side.”

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Opener #3 (8/27/10) Solving Equations and Inequalities

Opener #3 (8/27/10) Solving Equations and Inequalities

Opener #3 (8/27/10) Solving Equations and Inequalities. Solve the following and graph the solution if it is an inequality. 2x + 5 = 17 2. -4x + 7 = 5(x + 2) 3. A = (a + b)h for a 4. 7x – 15 < x + 1 5. -5(x+2) < 3x + 6 6. 4x + 4(2x -1) = 20

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Fundamentals of Engineering Analysis

Fundamentals of Engineering Analysis

Gaussian Elimination Part B . Fundamentals of Engineering Analysis . Eng. Hassan S. Migdadi. Matrices and Row Operations. column. rows. row . columns. A matrix is a rectangular array of numbers. We subscript entries to tell their location in the array.

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Bellwork

Bellwork

The PTSO of West-East HS were selling tickets for the game against their rival, North-South HS. The PTSO received a $1500 donation from a booster and adult tickets cost $5. How many adults attended the game if the PTSO’s total sales were $3900.

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Bellwork

Bellwork

The PTSO of West-East HS were selling tickets for the game against their rival, North-South HS. The PTSO received a $1500 donation from a booster and adult tickets cost $5. How many adults attended the game if the PTSO’s total sales were $3900.

By clancy
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Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Unit 3: In Review. Unit 3 Test A. 1. Function Notation to Represent & Solve Equations Use function notation Combining Functions (using mathematical operations) Recognize solutions on a graph Know domain and range 2. Interpret and Analyze Functions Using Different Representations

By jett
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Verbal Expressions for =

Verbal Expressions for =

Verbal Expressions for =. SOLVING MULTI-STEP INEQUALITIES. TWO STEP INEQUALITIES. Solve: 2x – 3 < 13. +3 +3. 2x < 16. 2 2. x < 8. CHECK!. Verbal Expressions for =. SOLVING MULTI-STEP INEQUALITIES. TWO STEP INEQUALITIES. Solve: 5 – 3x < 20. -5 -5.

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The C.A.R.P. Method Creating Successful Instructional Visuals

The C.A.R.P. Method Creating Successful Instructional Visuals

The C.A.R.P. Method Creating Successful Instructional Visuals . Carp’s four basic design principles.

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Sample Questions

Sample Questions

Sample Questions. 91587. Example 1. Billy’s Restaurant ordered 200 flowers for Mother’s Day.  They ordered carnations at $1.50 each, roses at $5.75 each, and daisies at $2.60 each. 

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The increasing cost tree search for optimal multi-agent pathfinding

The increasing cost tree search for optimal multi-agent pathfinding

The increasing cost tree search for optimal multi-agent pathfinding. Guni Sharon, Roni Stern, Meir Goldenberg, Ariel Felner . Ben-Gurion University of The Negev Department of Information Systems Engineering Israel. Background. Background Previous work ICTS formalization

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Unit 4 Expressions and Equations

Unit 4 Expressions and Equations

Unit 4 Expressions and Equations. Review Game. Please select a Team. 1. 3. Katniss Primrose Peeta Gale Haymitch. 5. 4. 2. 1. Solve the equation 2(s - 7) = - 30 for the variable s. 8 - 8 -11 11. Response Grid. 2. Simplify: 3r + 11 – 8r. 22r - 6r - 5r + 11 - 11r + 11.

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Review for Radical Test

Review for Radical Test

Review for Radical Test. Click on the screen to show the correct answer after you try each problem. Click to move to the next question. Name the set of numbers to which each real number belongs. .0008 Rational irrational. Simplify:. 17. Simplify :. Simplify. Simplify. -140.

By armen
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7.3 ET: Solve

7.3 ET: Solve

7.3 ET: Solve. Using back substitution (1, -1, 2). Use these two equations to create an equation with only x & y. Solve: Strategy 1 st create two equations w/the same two unknowns. Use these two equations to create an equation with only x & y. (1, ½, -3). Let’s get rid or y.

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Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides

Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides . Sol A.4 Chapter Lesson 2-4. Step 1 – Use the Distributive Property to remove any grouping symbols. Use properties of equality to clear decimals and fractions. Step 2 – Combine like terms on each side of the equation.

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y = 3x + 4

y = 3x + 4

y = 3x + 4. 2x + y = -1. 2x + y = -1. (-1, 1) is where the two lines intersect. This point is a point on both lines. Therefore, if we substitute -1 in for x and 1 in for y, we should get a true statement, for both equations. y = 3x + 4 1 = 3 (-1) + 4 1 = -3 + 4 = 1

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7.1 Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing

7.1 Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing

7.1 Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing. What you’ll learn: To solve a system of linear equations by graphing. Systems of Linear Equations. Two or more equations with 2 or more variables such as 3x+2y=9 x+2y=3

By shanae
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Systems of Linear Equations

Systems of Linear Equations

Systems of Linear Equations. Substitution. Linear Equations. There are 3 different ways to solve linear equations: 1. Substitution 2. Elimination 3. Graphing We will focus on a new one each day. Today is Substitution. Substitution. Substitution is just what it sounds like.

By jaser
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COMPOUND INEQUALITIES

COMPOUND INEQUALITIES

COMPOUND INEQUALITIES. Objectives: 1. solve compound inequalities. 2. graph the solution sets of compound inequalities. Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina High School Edited by Kate Stoltzfus, Lower Dauphin MS. What is the difference between and and or ?. A. B. AND means intersection

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Solving a Linear Inequality

Solving a Linear Inequality

Solving a Linear Inequality. Solving an Inequality. In order to find the points that satisfy an inequality statement: Find the boundary Test every region to find which one(s) satisfies the original statement. Finding an Inequality Boundary .

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COMM 161

COMM 161

COMM 161. Intro to Mathematical Analysis for Management . Agenda. Section 1: Matrices/Linear Equations (15 min) Section 2: Matrix Algebra/Applications (15 min) Section 3: Input Output Models (15 min) Section 4 : Probability and Markov Systems(20 min)

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