Algebra 1 Test (part of Ch 4)
Directions: Show all work for each item.
Use the distributive property to rewrite.
1. 5(x + 12)
2. (y+6)9
3. (t+11)(-3)
4. -2(s+13)
Evaluate the function for the given value of x.
5. f(x)= x 7
when x =-2
6. f(x) = 2x + 6
when
RUBRIC FOR GROUP GRADING
In each group there should be a leader. The leader should keep the group working to
complete the task given. The group leader will receive extra points (20) for this job each
day group work is done. The group leader will notify te
Accounting 2 Final Exam Chapter 8-9Financial Statements and the Closing Process
TRUE/FALSE
`1. To close an expense account with a debit balance, debit the account for its balance and credit the
income summary account.
2. Current liabilities are liabilitie
DETROIT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
District Pacing Guide
How to use the Office of Mathematics Curriculum Pacing Guide
The following pages are a suggested pacing guide for Mathematics. This pacing guide is designed to assist the teacher in planning for the entire scho
Visualizing Integers
TEACHER NOTES
MATH NSPIRED
Math Objectives
Students will identify expressions that balance an equation.
Students will find values that satisfy integer equalities.
Students will recognize and use the additive inverse property.
Students
Visualizing Integers TEACHER NOTES
MATH NSPIRED
Math Objectives
Students will identify expressions that balance an equation.
Students will find values that satisfy integer equalities.
Students will recognize and use the additive inverse propert
Unidad 03. Funciones exponencial y logartmica
Propsito:
Calcular logaritmos y hacer cambios de base en los mismos como parte del
proceso de solucin de problemas que involucran funciones exponencial y
logartmica.
Instrucciones:
1) Considerando el contenido
Pre- Calculus Chapter 4 Test
Directions: Choose the best answer.
Top of Form
1.
2.
Identify the angle that is coterminal to
.
Convert the radian measure into degrees.
3.
If A is an acute angle with
, find
3
4.
In right triangle ABC, where C is the right a
Pre- Cal Test (2.1 2.4)
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Directions: Choose the correct answer.
1.
Identify the graph of the function.
.
2.
For the polynomial function decide whether the graph crosses the x-axis or touches and turns
around at each zero.
crosses at 1; touches and tu
Pre-Calculus 1 Chapter 1: Test
Choose the best answer. Show work
1.
Find the slope of the line passing through the points (2, 5) and (1, 1).
1/2
1/2
2
2
2.
Find the y-intercept of the equation.
2
2
1/4
1/4
3.
Write the equation of the line in point-slope
GEOMETRY 2 EXTENDED DAY
FINAL EXAM
DIRECTIONS: CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER.
1.
Refer to the parallelogram below. Find
A.
C.
2.
C.
D.
110
127
x = 16, y = 12
x = 13, y = 12
B.
D.
x = 12, y = 13
x = 16, y = 26
Find the values of x and y that ensure that the quadr
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A Scavenger Hunt for TI-nspire Clickpad with OS 2.0
Getting to Know You
1. What key is located under the c key? _
2. Which key do you push to access the light blue functions on the key pad?_
a. Find the key with ans in blue. It uses your
15. In parallelogram ABCD, which pair of angles are not supplementary?
A. B, C
B. D, B
C. D, C
D. A, D
16. In rectangle ABCD, AC = 24 and DE = 2x - 8. Find x.
A. 13
B. 16
C. 10
D. 7
17. The bases of a trapezoid have measures of 16 and 8. Find the measure
Variables on Both Sides
Name
Student Activity
Class
Open the TI-Nspire document Variables_on_Both_Sides.tns.
This activity lets you use a number line to compare the values of two
variable expressions.
Press / and /
Move to page 1.2.
to navigate
through t
Chapter 4: Trigonometric Functions
Final Exam
Study Guide
Section 4.1
1. When working many problems in trigonometry, it is really necessary to know the
vocabulary of angles, . Some of thedifferent types of angles are defined below.
Acute-any angle between
Determining Angle Measures
Name
Student Activity
Class
Open the TI-Nspire document Determining_Angle_Measures.tns.
What determines the measure of an angle? Do larger angles have
longer sides? This activity will help you answer these questions.
Press / and
Points on a Line
Name
Student Activity
Class
Open the TI-Nspire document Points on a Line.tns.
One way to move from point A to point B is by first going in a
vertical direction and then horizontally. When points A and B are on
the same line, a special rel
Points, Lines, and Planes
Name
Class
Student Activity
Open the TI-Nspire document Points_Lines_and_Planes.
Points, lines, and planes are the basic components in geometry. In this
activity, you will explore relationships among the three components.
Press /
Materials engineers are responsible for the research, specification, design and development of materials
to advance technologies and products of many kinds.
Their expertise lies in understanding the properties and behaviours of different substances, from
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QUESTIONS ABOUT SAFETY IN THE COMPANY
Questions for the safety manager:
What is your company all about?
_
How long have you been working in this company?
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Do the different departments in the company undergo habitually through safety trainings?
_
Are
LAPLACE
TRANSFORMATION
Laplace transforms are invaluable for any engineers
mathematical toolbox as they make solving linear ODEs
and related initial value problems, as well as systems of
linear ODEs, much easier.
Applications:
electrical networks
Spring
Week Seven Systems of Equations
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Discussion Question 6: Post your response to the following:
Provide an example that uses the substitution method to solve two
linear equations. Participate by checking the work of your classmates
and comment on whether it
Week Nine Apply Algebraic Concepts
1. Capstone Discussion Questions: Pick one for credit but feel free to
respond to each question for participation credit.
o
Post your response to the following: Has the content in this course
allowed you to think of math
Week Eight Systems of Inequalities
Post your response to the following: Describe what the graph of interval [4,10] looks like.
A square bracket means that the endpoint is included. Since here both brackets
are square, so both endpoints are included. So th
Week Seven Systems of Equations
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Discussion Question 5: Post your response to the following:
Provide an example that uses the elimination method to solve two linear
equations. Participate by checking the work of your classmates, and
comment on whether it
Week Seven Systems of Equations
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Discussion Question 4: Post your response to the following:
In your own words, what does it mean for a system to be consistent or
inconsistent? Type an equation for g(x) that results, with f(x), in an
inconsistent system:
Week Seven Systems of Equations
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Discussion Question 3: Post your response to the following:
Sometimes it is very obvious which method is most efficient to solve a
system of equations because of the way the problem is set up. To be
efficient, under what