Math 10 Chapter 9 Notes: Hypothesis Testing
done constantly in medicine, business, polling, education, etc. to do: set up 2 contradictory statements first statement often the accepted belief conduct a test to see whether our data supports or does not supp
Pfenning Algebra I
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Properties of Real Numbers The following are true for every real number a, b, and c: Property Distributive Property Examples
a (b + c) = a b + a c
5(4 + 2) = 3( x + 2) =
a (b  c) = a b  a c
Commutative Property of Addition
a+b
Detailed Semester Final Review
real numbers natural, whole, integers, rational, irrational, etc. graph a number on the number line compare quantities using >,<,= evaluate expressions for a given variable simplify by combining like terms solve for an indi
Geometry Quiz
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Complete the following statements with the word always, sometimes, or never to make a true statement. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. JK and JL are _ the same ray. Two skew lines are _ coplanar. TQ an
12 Exponents and Order of Operations Exponents how many times the base number is used as a factor
24
23
22
Where do Exponents come in the order of operations? Simplify Expressions 1) 14 + 3 2  23
2) 4 2 + 5 2 (8  3)
3) (5 + 3) 2 + (5 2  3)
(Multiplic
Section 8.1
Scientific Notation
Objectives
Convert numbers from scientific notation to standard notation Convert numbers from standard notation to scientific notation
Scientific Notation
Scientists often work with very small or very large numbers. To make
Definitions, Properties, Postulates, Theorems Undefined terms: Postulate theorem Set Element (member) of a set Subset Union of two or more sets Intersection of two or more sets Empty set Natural (counting) numbers Whole numbers Integers Rational numbers I
11 Using Variables What is a variable?
Name some?
Variable a symbol usually a letter that represents one or more numbers
Algebraic Expression a mathematical phrase that can include numbers, variables and operations (no equal sign!)
What are some words
Section 8.4
More Rules of Exponents
Objectives
Be able to raise a power to a power Be able to raise a product to a power
Review Simplify each expression (write each base only once, and make sure there are no 0 or negative exponents)
1) 2 x y 3
2) 2 x 0
13 Exploring Real Numbers (are there fake numbers?) Natural numbers 1,2,3,.
Whole numbers 0,1,2,3,.
Integers .2,1,0,1,2,3,4,.
Rational Numbers any number that you can write in the a form b , where a and b are integers and b 0


they can be written a
AP Calculus Final Review Sheet
When you see the words . 1. Find the zeros 2. Find equation of the line tangent to f ( x ) at (a, b ) 3. Find equation of the line normal to f ( x ) at (a, b ) 4. Show that f ( x ) is even 5. Show that f ( x ) is odd 6. Find
Section 8.5
Division of Exponents
Objectives
Be able to divide powers with the same base Be able to raise a quotient to a power
Review Simplify each expression (write each base only once, and make sure there are no 0 or negative exponents)
1) 2.8 10 3 4
14 Adding Real Numbers Identity property: 1) 0 + 5 =
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2) 6 + 0 =
3) What happens when you add zero to a number? Inverse property: 4) + = 7) What do you add to a number to get zero? Adding numbers with the same sign: 8) 2 + 6 = 9) 7 + 3 = 10)

49 Writing Up Proofs
A) Proofs a. We will always do two column b. Statements on the left and reasons on the right
B) Proofs tips a. The Given is a step/statement (a lot times the first step) and the last statement is what is to be proven b. Derive your s
Chapter 7 Graphing Review. 1) Is (1, 1) a solution to the linear inequality? 2) Is (0, 4) a solution to the linear inequality? 3) Graph
2x  5 y < 3
y 2 x  10
y x  5
4) Graph
10 x  2 y < 6
5) Is (2, 4) a solution to the system?
y < 2x  1 5 x  7
43 Some Remarks on Angles and 44 Perpendiculars, Right Angles and Related Angles, Congruent Angles
A) Does the order of naming the angle matter?
B) Order does matter in Trigonometry a. Directed Angles
i. When we use directed angles, we allow "zero angle
Fairview High School Curricular Map
Geometry
(Letters and numbers in bold print refer to the Essential Learnings from the Geometry Curriculum Essentials Document, Boulder Valley School District, May 2009)
Unit 1 (3 weeks): Tools of Geometry
Patterns and
Chapter 7 Graphing Review. 1) Is (1, 1) a solution to the linear inequality? 2) Is (0, 4) a solution to the linear inequality? 3) Graph
2x  5 y < 3
y 2 x  10
y x  5
4) Graph
10 x  2 y < 6
5) Is (2, 4) a solution to the system?
y < 2x  1 5 x  7
46 Some Theorems About Angles
A)
What do we know if the angles in a linear pair are congruent?
a. Theorem 42 i. If the angles in a linear pair are congruent, then each of them is a right angle. If,
Then,
B) Theorem 43 a. If two angles are complementary
PIB Geometry: Venn Diagram Practice (For each problem, complete a Venn diagram before answering the questions.) 1. In a group of 63 students, 22 study Biology, 26 study Chemistry, and 25 study Physics. 18 study both Physics and Chemistry, four study both
47 Vertical Angles
A) How many angles are formed when two lines intersect?
B) Vertical Angles a. Two angles are vertical angles if their sides form two pairs of opposite rays b. Quick Activity) i. With another person take out a piece of paper and draw th
Mrs. Lori Johnson Geometry and Discrete Math Dear Students and Parents, Welcome to the 20092010 school year and best wishes for happy and successful experiences. I am excited to be teaching at Fairview for my thirteenth year and look forward to getting t