Polynomials. Main idea. Main idea. Main idea. Main idea. Monomials. Binomials. Trinomials. Polynomials. Example: 4x 3 Cubic 5 Constant Number of terms : One Degree: Sum the exponents of its variables. Example: 7x + 4 Linear 9x 4 +11 4 th degreeBy kaylee
Section 2.6. Formulas. USING Formulas…. Substitute in the values given and solve for the remaining variable. EX: 1. P = i 2 r P = 2000, i = 4. Find r. 2. A = ½ bh A = 30, h = 10. Find b. 3. V = 4 π r 2 r = 8. Find V. 3. Solving an equation for y.By bunny
Unit 1 Lesson By: A. Young. P.O.D . (Problem of the day). Answer: Bob drove 278 miles in three days. P.O.D. Answer: Lynn read 287 pages in three days. P.O.D. Answer: Mr. Smith has 321 candies in his store. Unit 1 Lesson 11.1. Content: Gr. 4 Find a Rule (Day 1 ) Standard: AF 1.5By sven
FORMULAS. Unit 3 Lesson 4. Math Message. Read/study/check your understanding SRB pages 227 and 228. Algebraic Expressions. REVIEW. Caitlin is 3 years older than her brother. How old is her brother? C - 3.By garrett-tucker
3.2.1 – Solving Systems by Combinations. We have addressed the case of using substitution with linear systems When would substitution not be easy to use?. Combinations. Similar to substitution, we can use a new method when solving for a specific variable may not be easy Fractions Multi-stepBy alfonso-rivers
Solve the linear system. Elimination Method:. -8x + 3y=12 8x - 9y=12. Solve the linear system. Solution: ( , ). Add the two equations together so that one variable is ELIMINATED. Do you have inverse or identical terms?. + 3y=12 - 9y=12. -8x. Inverse terms: Add.By harlan-knowles
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