Assignment: Graph the functions and describe the domain and range
of each function.
1
The negative means its reflected along the x-axis.
H = -1; so, the vertex of the new function is at (-1, 0)
Domain
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and
cookies sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did
Brad sell? (1 point)
12
y = x 4
y = x2 + 6
y=x+4
y = x2 + 4
y = x + 4
y = x2 6
y=x4
Score: 1 of 1
3.
(06.03)
Choose the graph that matches the following system of equations: (1 point)
4x + 2y = 2
x 3y = 24
a line includes po
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brad sold candy bars and cookies for a fundraiser at school. Candy bars sold for $3, and cookies
sold for $5. He sold a total of 20 items and made $76. How many candy bars did Brad sell? (1
point)
12
Brandon is trying to decide which cab to choose from the five available. All the
cabs have different rates per mile. They also charge different flat rates in addition to the rates
per mile. One cab is
Lab Report: Exploring Glow Sticks
Purpose of this Project:
What is the goal of this project? What question is it trying to answer or what problem
is it trying to explain?
The purpose/goal of this proj
Conserving energy
When conserving residential energy, a big factor is insulation which deals w heating and cooling systems,
if you have very little or poor insulation you will have to run your heater/
Assignment: Problem Set: Combining Like Terms Solve the equations by combining like terms. Show all
the steps. Then write two of your own problems where you combine like terms. Show all steps, as well
Assignment: Distributive Property Problem Set
Write an equation to solve each problem. Apply the distributive property and show all the steps needed
to find the solution. Think about whole numbers to
1.The population in the Northeast was 53,594,378 people in 2000 and 55,317,240
people in
2010. By about what percent did the population change? Did the population grow or
shrink?
1a. The population gr
Assignment: Distance and Directions Read the three travel scenarios below. Then write two equations
for each scenario. One equation should be to compute the relative distance. The other equation shoul
Ecosystem Tunnel
Books
A 3rd grade science assessment for Patrick
County
What is a tunnel book?
A book that is made of a series of pages held together by an
accordion side
A book that meshes story t
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Carver
1864 - 1943
Savone Maitese McGee
Background Information
Born 1864 in Circa, Mississippi a son of slaves. George got his last name
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