Unit 9 Project
Demonstrate your knowledge by giving clear, concise solutions to each problem. Be
sure to include all relevant drawings and justify your answers (show all your work).
You may show your solution in more than one way to investigate beyond the
Paula Andrea Restrepo
Algebra 1- 9th Grade
Unit 8 Project
Unit 8 Project (40 pts)
Demonstrate your knowledge by giving clear, concise solutions to each problem. Be
sure to include all relevant drawings and justify your answers (show all your work).
You ma
Paula Andrea Restrepo
English 1- 9th Grade
Unit 3 Mid Checkpoint
Unit 3 Mid Checkpoint
The Print of the Paw and To An Aged Bear Apply
The poems "The Print of the Paw" and "To An Aged Bear" are quite different in
style however, their Speakers share a disti
Paula Andrea Restrepo
Algebra 1 9th Grade
Unit 9: Statistics
Statistics End Checkpoint
Task 1
Classify a Random Sample
A shopping mall wants to know if they should put a movie theater in the mall. Every hour,
the mall manager questions 20 of the people co
Paula Andrea Restrepo
French 1 10th Grade
Unit 1 Lesson 1: Adjectifs Fminins at Masculin
Adjectifs Fminins at Masculin
Unit 1: Lesson 1: Adjectifs Fminins et Masculins Apply
Directions: In one paragraph (at least 7 complete sentences in French), compare a
Paula Andrea Restrepo
French 1 10th Grade
Unit 1 Lesson 3: Noms Masculine et Fminins
Noms Masculine et Fminins
Out of the multiple examples of masculine and feminine nouns found on the page,
chose ten (5 masculines and 5 feminines). Then write one sentenc
Paula Andrea Restrepo
French 1 10th Grade
Unit 1 Lesson 2: Articles Dfenis et Indfinis
Articles Dfenis et Indfinis
1.
How many French speaking countries are there in Africa?
Il y a dix neuf pays qui parlent franais en Afrique
2.
Can you list all those cou
Paula Restrepo
Chemistry 1 10th Grade
Unit 3 Lab 2: Gas Laws
Gas Laws
1. Objective
This lab is about how gasses normally according to the gas laws and this is reflected
through an exercise where gas is put under different levels of temperature, volume
and
Unit 9 Mid Checkpoint Apply
Task 1
Identify a Sample
A state tourist board wants to determine the states favorite camping site. They send a
survey to all mailing addresses to be filled out and mailed back to them.
a. Identify the sample
The sample is all
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
8 December 2016
Unit 2 Lesson 1 Apply
The parabola in the figure below has an equation of the form y = ax2 + bx - 4. Find the equation
of the parabola using two different methods, by ha
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
12 December 2016
Unit 2 Lesson 4 Apply
Compile a list of all the various techniques for factoring a polynomial that has been covered so
far in the course. Give an example illustrating e
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
4 January 2017
Unit 4 Lesson 4 Apply
You can write the sum and difference formulas for cosine as a single equation: cos (u v) = cos
u cos v sin u sin v. Explain why the symbol is used o
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
14 December 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 5 Apply
Use a graphing utility to graph the function y = d + a sin (bx - c) for different values of a, b, c,
and d. Write a paragraph describing the chang
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
9 December 2016
Unit 1 Lesson 3 Apply
Determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answers.
1. The graph of y = f(-x) is a reflection of the graph of y = f(x) in the x
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
13 December 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 2 Apply
Determine whether the statement is True or False. Justify your answer.
1. sin a = sin (a - 6)
a. This is a true statement. Sin (6) = 0, therefore
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
9 December 2016
Unit 2 Lesson 3 Apply
Determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your reasoning.
1. There is no complex number that is equal to its conjugate.
a. This sta
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
9 December 2016
Unit 2 Lesson 2 Apply
1. Let y = f (x) be a cubic polynomial with leading coefficient a = 2 and f (-2) = f (1) = f (2)
= 0. find the factored form of f.
a. F(x) = 2 (x +
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
8 December 2016
Unit 1 Lesson 2 Apply
1.
In your own words, explain the meanings of domain and range.
1.
Domain is the range of numbers found in the x- value of the given function.
Rang
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
6 January 2017
Unit 4 Lesson 5 Apply
Describe how you can use a double-angle formula or a half-angle formula to derive the formula
for the area of an isosceles triangle. Use a labeled s
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
14 December 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 4 Apply
Consider an angle in standard position with r = 12 centimeters, as shown in the figure. Write a
short paragraph describing the changes in the magn
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
13 December 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 1 Apply
1. A fan motor turns at a given angular speed. How does the angular speed of the tips of the
blades change if a fan of greater diameter is install
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus
12 December 2016
Unit 2 Lesson 5 Apply
Determine whether the statement is true or false. Justify your answer.
1. A rational function must have at least one vertical asymptote.
a. This statemen
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
4 January 2017
Unit 4 Lesson 3 Apply
1. Describe the difference between verifying a trigonometric identity and solving a
trigonometric equation.
a. The difference is that identities are not solved
Nerenberg 1
Paisley Nerenberg
William Colgate
CC- Pre-Calculus Honors
13 December 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 3 Apply
You are given the value of tan . is it possible to find the value of sec without finding the
measure of ? Explain.
It is possible to find the valu
Nicolette Boyd
Oct 21st, 2016
Unit 3 Lesson 3 Honors Apply
1. Find the values of k that make the linear expression a factor of the cubic expression.
a. x^3 + 3x^2 - x + k; x - 2
b. kx^3 - 2x^2 + x - 6; x + 3
1A. x^3 + 3x^2 - x + k; x - 2
x-2
x=2
x^3 + 3x^
Open Ended
Create a number sequence in which the first term is 4.
ANS) 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16.
d=2
Writing in Math
Use the information about science on page 190 to explain how writing equations from
patterns is important in science. Explain the relations