Quadratics part 1 practice
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Section 1- Use quadratic formula to find the both roots of the quadratic equations below.
1.
f ( v )=2 v 25 v+3
2.
n =9 n20
3.
g ( x ) =5 x 2 +49 x
4.
3 h2h=185 h2+ 3 h
2
Section 2- Solve each quadratic equation using fa

Heliocentric Model Geocentric Model
Sun-centered
True, but not well
accepted at first.
Earth-centered
False, but assumed
true by many people
initially.
1. ORBITS ARE
ELLIPTICAL (SUN @
ONE FOCUS POINT)
2. DURING THE YEAR,
A PLANET MOVES
FASTER WHEN ITS

Earths Role in Space
Objectives 1.1.1-1.1.2
Hey Earth
Youve Got to
MOVE IT,
MOVE IT
The Earth is spinning on its imaginary
axis at the same time its traveling
around the sun. You know the spinning
to be ROTATION and the movement
around the sun to be REVOL

Math Review Sheet
1. Simplify following expressions:
-(6m 5)- [2(-4 3m -2m) -7] =
2. Line MN with slope of -2.5 is parallel to line PQ.
PQ passes through points (-8,16). What is the
equation of the line PQ?
8x+ 3(x+ 5)- 7=
Hint: Answer or simplify each ex

Quadratics test
Time: 90 minutes
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Directions: Answer each section completely and show your work for each question if needed.
Section 1- Choose the best and correct answer for each question, mark one answer only.
1. What are the x-intercepts

Feel the Warmth EEN 1.1.3 and 1.1.4
The sun supplies energy from 150 million kilometers away!
Nuclear
Reactions
There are two
types of nuclear
reactionsFUSION and
FISSION.
Both create
energy, but
through
different
processes.
Nuclear
Reactions
YOUR TURN
Co

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The Universe
AND THE O RIGIN O F MO TIO N IN SPAC E
EEN 1. 1. 1
How did the universe begin?
The nebular hypothesis
explains many of the basic
features of the Solar
System.
In 1796, Laplace said
that the material from
which the solar system was
formed was

NCFE Review Astronomy
Heliocentric Model: Sun-centered
Geocentric Model: Earth-centered
Keplers Three Laws of 1. Orbits are Elliptical (sun at one focus point)
Planetary Motion:
2. During the year, A Planet moves faster when its closer to the Sun.
.
-The

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Quadratics part 2 practice
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Section 1- Find the axis of symmetry (A.O.S) of the following expressions.
1.
f ( x )=4 x 2+11 x
2.
g( x)=8 x 2 +16 x2
3.
t ( x )=x 2
4.
3
4 18
h ( x )= x +
2
5 3
Section 2- Find the vertex of the following expressions.

NCFE Review
Astronomy
Planetary Motion
a
Keplers 2nd Law
describes the way an
objects speed varies
along its orbit. The
closer the Earth is to
the Sun, the faster it
moves.
Planetary Orbit About the Sun
The Suns motion, is dictated by the ever shifting ce

Quadratics part 3 practice
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Section1- Answer the questions and show you work.
The path of a rocket through the air can be represent with equation
h ( t ) =16 t 2 +32t +16 where
h represents the height of the rocket after t seconds.
1. At what heigh

1. On a summer day in Benton, the low temperature of
75F was reached at 6 in the morning. The high
temperature was reached 9 hours later, after the
temperature rose 16F. What was the high temperature in
Benton that day?
A. 81F
B. 84F
C. 91F
D. 96F
4. The

4. Jen scored 16 points in a new card game, where
each player could receive either 2 or 4 points in each
round. If Jen received x amount of 2 point scores, and
y amount of 4 point scores, what does the x-intercept
of the graph in the xy-plane of the equat

NCFE Review Astronomy
Heliocentric Model: Sun-centered
Geocentric Model: Earth-centered
Keplers Three Laws of 1. Orbits are Elliptical (sun at one focus point)
Planetary Motion:
2. During the year, A Planet moves faster when its closer to the Sun.
.
-The