Lesson 2: Solving a Simpler Problem
1. Find the units digit of 8120
2. Find the units digit of 8127
3. Find the sum of all the numbers from 710 to 779 (inclusive).
4. Find the sum of all the numbers from 1020 to 1180 (inclusive).
Activity 7.3 Tolerances
Introduction
The term variation describes the degree to which an object or idea differs from
others of the same type or from a standard. Examples of variation are everywhere
you look. When you see yourself in the mirror, you notice
Activity 7.3 Tolerances
Procedure
1. Study the drawings below to identify specified tolerances.
a. Highlight each dimension that has a tolerance associated with it using
something like a highlight marker.
b. Identify the type of tolerance in each highligh
Note the tabs below; there are two questions.
For the following test scores, firstly scale them so that the standard deviation of the
new scores is 8, then transform them so that the mean of the final scores is 75.
Original
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47
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28
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Unit 2
Graded Problem Set
IMM2
Directions

Each student must submit their own solutions. Students are encouraged to work with other students in the class. (Note the
emphasis on with.) When working with other students, write their names beside the respect
Unit 3
Graded Problem Set
IMM2
Directions

Each student must submit their own solutions. Students are encouraged to work with other students in the class. (Note the
emphasis on with.) When working with other students, write their names beside the respect
Unit 3, Introduction to Functions
Lesson 1 Sets of Numbers on a Line Graph  Notes
IMM2
EX 1
How can you describe all the numbers whose values are graphed on the following number lines:
Description of numbers graphed:_
Description of numbers graphed:_
De
Review Data Analysis
1. Mrs. Barret, Mr. King, and Mrs. Whestel go on a road trip together to a math conference.
Since they are mathematicians, they keep time on a stop watch and record the distance
traveled after certain times. Below are several data poi
Homework: Unit 4 Lesson 3&4
1. Given these two points (1,5) and (3,2)
a.
Find the equation of the line through the two points in:
POINTSLOPE form:
Slope:
52/13
= 3/4
Pointslope form: (give slope and 1 set of points)
y 2 = 3/4 (x3)
y 2 = 3/4x + 9
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