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The Discriminant

The Discriminant

Chapter 4 Quadratic and Polynomial Equations. 4.7A. The Discriminant. 4.7. 1. MATHPOWER TM 11, WESTERN EDITION. The Nature of the Roots. The quadratic formula. will give the roots of the quadratic equation. From the quadratic formula, the radicand,

By MikeCarlo
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13-4 The Quadratic Formula

13-4 The Quadratic Formula

13-4 The Quadratic Formula. Standard 8.0. Quadratic Formula. There once a negative boy who was all mixed up so he went to this radical party. Because the boy was square, he lost out on 4 awesome chicks so he cried his way home when it was all over at 2 AM. Quadratic Formula. IF. THEN.

By octavius
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Game page

Game page

Roots & Radicals. Game page. Sums . Binomials. Simplify!. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Simplify!. Binomials. Roots/Radicals. Answer page. Sums. C1 – 100. If you simplified you’d get this.

By chloe
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Functions

Functions

Functions. AII.7 e 2009. Objectives: Find the Vertical Asymptotes Find the Horizontal Asymptotes. Rational Functions . A rational function f ( x ) is a function that can be written as . where p ( x ) and q ( x ) are polynomial functions and q ( x ) 0 .

By fisseha
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7. Roots and Radical Expressions

7. Roots and Radical Expressions

7. 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?.

By hosanna
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5.5 – The Quadratic formula

5.5 – The Quadratic formula

5.5 – The Quadratic formula. Objectives: Use the quadratic formula to find real roots of quadratic equations. Use the roots of a quadratic equation to locate the axis of symmetry of a parabola. Standard: 2.8.11.N. Solve quadratic equations. . a = -1 b = -3 c = 8.

By parley
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2-7 The Quadratic Formula and Completing the Square

2-7 The Quadratic Formula and Completing the Square

2-7 The Quadratic Formula and Completing the Square. The Quadratic Formula. You probably know the quadratic formula already.

By walden
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Sports Games: Artificial Intelligence and Physics

Sports Games: Artificial Intelligence and Physics

Sports Games: Artificial Intelligence and Physics. Sports Game Design and Development Architectures Class Structures Agent Cooperation Team based cooperation and Optimization Physics Object physics Agent physics Dead Reckoning Strategy Development Artificial and Human Elements. Topics.

By rollin
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Polynomial Functions

Polynomial Functions

Polynomial Functions. To the n th degree!. What are we trying to do?. Be able to look at any single-variable (only x, or only y, or only µ, or whatever) polynomial equation and be able to tell: The degree (should be review) The number of maxima or minima (Points of Inflection)

By snow
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Warm up – Solve by Taking Roots

Warm up – Solve by Taking Roots

Warm up – Solve by Taking Roots. Questions over HW?. The Discriminant. The Discriminant tells how many & what type of solutions the quadratic has. Put the quadratic in standard form first!.  If the discriminant is POSITIVE , then you will have 2 real roots.

By nijole
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CSC 110

CSC 110

CSC 110. Decision structures [Reading: chapter 7]. Objectives. To understand the programming pattern simple decision and its implementation using a Python if statement. To understand the programming pattern two-way decision and its implementation using a Python if-else statement .

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7.1 nth Roots & Rational Exponents

7.1 nth Roots & Rational Exponents

7.1 nth Roots & Rational Exponents. n th roots. Solutions. n is called the index If n is odd, there is one real root If n is even AND , there are two real roots If n is even AND , the real root is zero If n is even AND , there are NO real roots. Notation.

By meg
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Notes Day 6.1

Notes Day 6.1

Notes Day 6.1. Classify Polynomials Study End Behavior Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. Classify Polynomials. 1. 0. Constant. Monomial. 1. 2. Binomial. Linear. 2. 1. Monomial. Quadratic. 3. 3. Cubic. Trinomial. 4. 2. Quartic. Binomial. 5. 4. Quintic. Polynomial.

By arty
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7.1: n th roots and rational exponents

7.1: n th roots and rational exponents

7.1: n th roots and rational exponents. Objectives: students will be able to… Evaluate nth roots of real numbers using radical notation and rational exponent notation. . n th root of a. If b n = a, then b is the n th root of a 5 3 = 125, 5 is the cube root of 125

By bethan
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Processing

Processing

Processing. Selection. Objectives. Be able to use and declare boolean values Be able to use and write boolean expressions Be able to use selection (if statements). Primitive Types: Booleans. Booleans are true/false values. Processing provides one boolean type: boolean

By kamali
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Rational Root Theorem

Rational Root Theorem

Rational Root Theorem. Possible Rational Roots What are the possible rational roots of Factors of the constant term, 6 , are Factors of the lead coefficient, are Possible rational roots are . Possible Rational Roots. What are the possible rational roots of .

By lynch
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Solving Quadratics

Solving Quadratics

Solving Quadratics. Sometimes solving quadratics is easy. Sometimes you recognize a form. Sometimes you can factor. But no matter what, You can ALWAYS use the Quadratic Formula. Example. What does the QF say?. What does the QF say?. What does the QF say?. QF says. QF says.

By zasha
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4.4	Rational Functions

4.4 Rational Functions

4.4 Rational Functions. Objectives: Find the domain of a rational function. Find intercepts, vertical asymptotes, and horizontal asymptotes. Identify holes. Describe end behavior. Sketch complete graphs. Rational Function.

By delila
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Higher Quadratic Past Paper Q uestions

Higher Quadratic Past Paper Q uestions

Higher Quadratic Past Paper Q uestions. Higher Quadratic Past Paper Questions. a = 1 1 x 2 – 5 x + (k + 6) = 0 b = – 5 c = (k + 6) Equal roots  b 2 – 4ac = 0 ( – 5 ) 2 – 4( 1 ) (k + 6) = 0 25 – 4k – 24 = 0 1 – 4k = 0 1 = 4k k = ¼.

By thane
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Finding the Roots of a Polynomial

Finding the Roots of a Polynomial

Finding the Roots of a Polynomial. Classifying the Roots of a Polynomial. Describe the amount of roots and what number set they belong to for each graph:. 2 Real Roots and 1 Repeated Real Root because it has three x-intercepts and one “bounces off”.

By jace
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