Decision Making Model
DECIDE Model
For better problem-solving and decision making
DEFINE THE PROBLEM
EXAMINE VARIABLES
CONSIDER ALTERNATIVES
ISOLATE A PLAN
DO ACTION STEPS
EVALUATE EFFECTS
Decision-Ma
4.1 Exponential Functions and Their Applications
Exponential Functions and e explained better
http:/betterexplained.com/articles/an-intuitive-guide-to-exponentialfunctions-e/
4.2 Logarithmic Function
3.6 Rational Functions
Finding vertical asymptotes, Cool Math Website
Finding horizontal and oblique asymptotes, Cool Math Website
Graphing Rational Functions, Khan Academy
If you are interested in co
Problem
Trouble falling asleep
Subjective/Objective Info
30 y.o. female
Hx: bipolar and ADHD both well controlled
SHx: drinks three cans of Coca Cola per day, smokes 1 pk cigarettes/day
Meds: Abilify
Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
Name:_
CPM 3 Activity
Multiply the following Rational Expressions.
1:
3 5
75 9
Solution: _
2:
t 5 m9 t 2 m
t9 m8 t
Solution: _
3:
x 24
3 x+6
2
x +4 x+ 4 2
Order of Operations Four Fours
Name:_
CPM 3 Activity
In your group, use exactly 4 fours with an operation (add, subtract,
multiply, square root, or divide) between each 4, and insert as many
sets of p
Order of Operations Five Fives
Name:_
CPM III Small Group
In your group, use exactly 5 fives with an operation (add, subtract,
multiply, or divide) between each 5, and insert as many sets of
parenthes
Function Notation
CPM 3 Activity
Name: _
Consider the linear Function: f (x)=3 x2
1. Find the following output values (some may contain variables), and
give the coordinates of the associated points on
Graphing Lines by Plotting Points
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
1: Complete the table with several points then graph the equation
by plotting points.
4 x 5 y =20
Hint: If equation is in standard form (x and
Simplifying Rational Expressions
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
Determine the values for which rational expression is undefined then
simplify the rational expression.
1:
x ( x3)
x( x+2)
Values undefined: _
2:
The GCF (Table method)
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
Part 1: Find the GCF using table method.
1)
18 x24
GCF =
2)
2
18 x -24
3
9x
1
3 x -4
6
3 x -4
-12
39 x3 156 x 5
x
3
3
39 x
5
156 x
13
GCF =
3)
5
27 y 9 y
Group ActvityFloor Plan
Below is a drawing to scale of space occupied by three businesses in a building.
Pam's Pantry
2 in.
Sarah's
Circles
3/4 in.
Art's Art
2 in.
1 1/4 in.
3 in.
a. On the drawing, w
Factoring by Grouping
CPM 3 Activity
Name: _
Factor each of the given polynomials using grouping. Then check your answers.
Example:
Factor 2v2 + 6v 7v 21
= (2v2 + 6v) + (7v 21 )
2 v 2 +6 v 7 v21
= 2v
Relating Unknown Quantities
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
For each of the following questions, follow the steps provided to find the solution(s).
Example:
Based on the 2000 Census, Florida has 28 fewer elect
Family
Karrie P Walters
2005
Family life in America at the end of the 20th century is immensely
more complex than it was half a century ago. Yet despite dramatic
changes in the social landscape, the n
Applications Involving Polynomials
CPM III Module 3 Activity
Name:_
Part I: According to data from the National Safety Council, a polynomial that
represents the annual number of deaths due to motor ve
Grading Rubric for Scavenger Hunt
Question 1:
5
Cited correct
article in proper
APA format
Question 2:
10
Answered
correctly
Question 4:
15
Identified three
issues
Identified ethnicity
statistics of t
Solving Linear Equations (Word Problems)
Name:_
CPM 3 Activity
1. Cycles R Us Bike Shop has the following discount package: $22 for cleaning, $15
for gear alignment, $4 for new tire tubes. If, on a ce
Polynomial Operations
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
It is very important to READ the INSTRUCTIONS for each problem and do
what is asked. It is very easy to get in a hurry and go into automatic mode
and overl
Factoring using Diamond Puzzle
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
Fill in the blank of each of the following Diamond Puzzles.
A.
B.
-35
-15
-34
-2
C.
D.
18
30
-11
13
E.
F.
48
-70
-14
9
G.
H.
-70
40
33
-22
Match e
Name
College Algebra
Spring Semester 2016
1) Find the maximum or minimum value of each function and give the
coordinates of the vertex.
a)
b)
c)
g(x) 2x2 8x
g(x) 2x2 6x 2
h(x) (2 x)(5 x)
2) For each f
So Many Zeros!
Name: _
CPM 3 Activity
In real life we encounter many very small or very large numbers. Below are several such
instances. Use what you have learned about scientific notation to find the