Project 4: Cash Flow Analysis
Objectives
Describe a cash flow analysis and how it is used
Identify the parts of a cash flow analysis and what they
represent
Describe the time value of money and key calculations
Build a cash flow analysis in Excel
Use
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Warm-Ups
Factoring x2 + bx + c continued
15
W hen factoring x + bx + c:
2
and b is positive
and b is negative
If c is negative
the larger factor must be positive.
the larger factor must be negative.
Factor x + 8x 20. Check your answer
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Warm-Ups
Factoring x2 + bx + c
14
When factoring x + bx + c:
2
If c is positive
and b is positive
and b is negative
2
both factors are positive.
both factors are negative.
2
Factor x + 7x + 10. Check your answer.
Factor x
9x + 18. Che
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Factoring by GCF
When a polynomial has four terms, make two groups and factor out the GCF
from each group.
Factor 8x3 + 6x2 + 20x + 15.
Step 1: Group terms that have common factors.
(8x3 + 6x2) + (20x + 15)
Step 2: Identify and factor
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LESSON
5-6
Factoring Quadratic Trinomials With a=1
Use a Graphic Organizer
To factor trinomials of the form x2 + bx + c into two binomials, it is important to pay attention to
the signs. Although you must figure out which factors of
Intermediate Algebra (IA)
Week Ending 2/15/13
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/15/2013
Anticipatory Set
Not all polynomials have a greatest common factor, and yet, can still be factored. In fact, most of the
polynomial you will see actually do not have a com
Name
Date
Class
Practice C
Factoring Polynomials
LESSON
6-4
Use the Factor Theorem to verify that each linear binomial is a factor
of the given polynomial. Then use synthetic division to write the
polynomial as a product.
1. x
2x 2
5;Px
3
2;Px
3x
x
2 3x 2
Algebra 2 (A2)
Week Ending 2/15/2013
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/15/2013
Anticipatory Set
You may notice that polynomials look familiar. Indeed, they are. You have seen them before.
However, this time you will be tearing them apart.
What I mean is that
Intermediate Algebra (IA)
Week Ending 2/8/13
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/8/2013
Anticipatory Set
Okay, so knowing how to multiply a polynomial isnt going to help you
in every single situation in life, but it will sure come in handy for solving
more comp
Name
Date
LESSON
6-2
Class
Practice C
Multiplying Polynomials
n
y.
Consider the expansion of x
1
n
1. How many terms does the expression contain?
3. What is the exponent of y in the first term?
n
0
4. What is the sum of the exponents in any term
of the ex
Name
Date
Class
Practice C
LESSON
6-1
Polynomials
Rewrite each polynomial in standard form. Then identify the leading
coefficient, degree, and number of terms. Name the polynomial.
1. 5x 3
2x
10x 2
1
9x
9x 5
5
3x
3x 4
4
3
2
5x
10x
2x 1; 9; 5; 6 terms;
qui
Algebra 2 (A2)
Week Ending 2/8/2013
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/8/2013
Anticipatory Set
This week we will assess Chapter 5, and move on to Polynomials. Polynomial starts of very easy, but
quickly becomes a very challenging study. Proceed with caution.
H
Intermediate Algebra (IA)
Week Ending 2/1/13
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/1/2013
Anticipatory Set
You have actually seen monomials and polynomials before, but this week we will name them, classify
them, and work with polynomial expressions. If you rememb
Algebra 2 (A2)
Week Ending 2/1/2013
Lesson Plan for Week Ending 2/1/2013
Anticipatory Set
We will be finishing up chapter 5 this week. You have already been introduced
to imaginary numbers. This week we will discuss their properties and how to work
with t