Slope
Note to bro sers
This slope lesson is interactive and I have students use graph paper as they follow along
This is formulated for the California High School Exit Exam math standards
How do engineers build bridges?
How can we write 7% as a fraction?
LIST OF PROBLEMS FROM THE TEXTBOOK(TO PRACTISE ONLY)!
These problems are NOT to be handed in. You are highly recommended to do those marked by an
asterisk (*)
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2.1/question * 5
2.2/*(1-7) (odd), 6,
MATH 125 EXAM 1 SUMMER 13
Name:_
Please show all your work to receive full credit. Label your graphs.Graphing calculator is not allowed.
1(7pts) Determine whether the following relation is a function. Then give its domain and range.
cfw_ ( 2,4 ) , (2,1 )
Successful Practices for M125
Attend class each day. Mathematics is cumulative, so even missing one class can
potentially set you back for the next several class sessions. Furthermore, your
grade will be lowered for every 3 classes that you miss.
Keep an
EXAM 1 FALL 2013 MA-10-K12F
Name:_
Show all your work to receive full credit.
1(8pt) Solve for x.
2 (5 x1 ) 7=3 ( x1 ) +54 x
2(8pt) Solve for x.
3 x2 x
+ =2+ x
2
4
3(4pt) Write an algebraic expression. Use the variable x to represent the unknown value.
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EXAM 1 FALL 2013 MA-10-K12F
Name:_
Show all your work to receive full credit.
Electronic devices are not allowed to use.
Calculate:
Calculate:
1. -16 + (-17)
5. -18 (-15) (-2) + 13
2. -5 + 0.9
6. 12 15
7. -48 (-80)
3.
8. -0.03 0.6
4. Aaron owes $258 to a
QUEENSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
COURSE OUTLINE for Students and Instructor
MA-10 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
Prerequisite: None
Hours: 5 Class Hours
0 Credits
Course Description: Signed numbers, polynomials, geometric co
Circle Terminology
Radius (or Radii for plural)
The segment joining the center of a circle to a point on the circle.
Example: OA
A
O
Diameter
A chord that passes through the center of a circle.
Example: AB
Chord
A segment joining two points on a circle
Ex
TRIANGLES
Different Types of Triangles
There are several different types of triangles.
You can classify a triangle by its sides and its angles.
There are THREE different classifications for triangles based on their sides.
There are FOUR different clas
Algebra I
Variable A variable is a letter or symbol that represents a number (unknown quantity).
8 + n = 12
A variable can use any letter of the alphabet.
n+5
x7
w - 25
Algebraic expression a group of numbers, symbols, and variables that express an operat
Antiderivatives
What is an inverse operation?
Examples include:
Addition and subtraction
Multiplication and division
Exponents and logarithms
Consider the function
What is F(X)? f(x)= x^5
We say that F(x) is an antiderivative of F(x).
Notice that we say
S
Algebra II
Equation A mathematical sentence stating that 2 expressions are equal.
12 3 = 9
8 + 4 = 12
Equation A mathematical sentence with an equals sign.
16 5 = 11
14 + 3 = 17
Equals Sign (=) Means that the amount is the same on both sides.
4+2=6
52=3
A
Rationalizing
There is a agree e t i
athe atics that e do t lea e a radical i the de o i ator
of a fraction.
1
3
So how do we change the denominator of a fraction?
(Without changing the value of the fraction, of course.)
The same way we change the denomin
Place Value with Decimals
How do I know what kind of decimal it is?
The name of a decimal is determined by the number of places to the right of the decimal point
What are mixed decimals?
Mixed decimals are numbers with both whole numbers and decimals
The
PYTHAGORAS' THEOREM
This proof was discovered by President J.A. Garfield in 1876 .
The key is the formula for the area of a trapezoid
half sum of the bases times the altitude
* (a+b) * (a+b).
Looking at the picture another way, this also
can be compute
Radical Equations
How Do We Solve Radical Equations?
Do Now: Simplify the given expression.
1.
2.
An equation in which a variable occurs in the radicand
is called a radical equation. It should be noted, that
when solving a radical equation algebraically,
M125 Final Exam Review
1. Determine whether the following relation is a function. Give the domain and range for the relation.
(section 1.2)
8H2, 4L, H1, 3L, H-2, 3L, H0, -2L, H1, 5L<
2. Determine whether the following equation defines y as a function of x