Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Geometry of Circles
Each problem is worth 5 Points
Total Points: 50
1) Point C is the center of the circle. What is the measure of ACB if mAB is equal to 102 ?
2. Point C is the center of the circle. What is the measure of AC
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Algebra 2
Unit: Linear and Quadratic Functions
Section: Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities
Writing Assignment: Graphing Linear Functions
50 Points
In each problem below, two points on the coordinate plane will be given. Write the eq
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Algebra
Writing Assignment: Matrices
Each problem is worth 5 points
Answer each of the following problems. Show all your work.
1) Evaluate [2 3]+[_1 7].
5198 5) Is the following operation possible? Why or why not?
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Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Systems of Equations
Each problem is worth 5 Points
Total Points: 50
Solve each system of equations. Show your work.
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Assignment: Use the Pythagorean Theorem
Choose any three (3) of the following five problems to solve. Be sure to show all work leading to
your answer.
1. A car drives 12 miles north, turns, and then drives 8 miles east. How far is the car from its
startin
Assignment: Transformations of Exponential Functions
For each exponential function, a) write a new function, and b) sketch the corresponding graph (on
the same coordinate plane) based on the description of the transformation.
1. A translation up one unit
Assignment: Graph Linear Inequalities
Follow the directions to solve each of the problems below.
1. The local school district has decided to limit class sizes for grades kindergarten to third
grade. The inequality y
x 25 represents the number girls (x) an
Assignment: Solve Absolute Value Inequalities
Choose any three (3) of the following five problems to solve.
1. The average hourly wage for part-time workers at a juice bar is $9.50. The actual hourly
wage could differ from the average by as much as $1.50.
Assignment: Solve Radical Equations with Extraneous Solutions
Choose any four (4) of the five radical equations below. Solve each equation, showing all steps
leading to your answer. Then check your answer to determine if any of the solutions are
extraneou
Assignment: Add and Subtract Rational Expressions
Choose any four (4) of the following five problems to solve. Show all work leading to your answer.
6 6
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total time it takes Randy to drive to work in a day, where x represents the averag
Assignment: Simplify Using Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
For each rational expression, identify the greatest common factor (GCF), write the expression in
factored form, and simplify. Show all work leading to your answer.
1.
27a 4
3a 3
(27a^4)/(3a^3)
(3a^3)
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2 Points for ﬁnding the correct domain
2 Points for ﬁnding the correct range
Each oi the following questions is worth 10 Points with the following breakdown:
6 Points for the graph
Writing Assignment: Graphing Rational Functions and Domain an
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Writing Assignment: Solving Rational Functions
5 points each
Total Points: 50
Solve for x. Show all work and check your answers.
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Algebra 2
Properties of Geometric Shapes
Each of the problems is worth 5 points.
Total points = 50 points
Answer each of the following questions using complete sentences.
1. Name the properties of a parallelogram. 9. Name the properties associated with th
Writing Assignment: Permutations and Combinations
Each problem is worth
5 points m3
Total points: 50 ‘
Answer each of the following questions. Show all your work.
1) Find the number of permutations of the ﬁ
rst 12 letters taken 3 at a time.
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Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Parabolas
6 Points for the graph
2 Points for ﬁnding and graphing the focus
2 Points for ﬁnding and graphing the directrix
Total Points: 50
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Writing Assignment: Measures of Central Tendency, Variance, and Standard Deviation
Each problem is worth 10 points.
Total Points: 20
Answer each of the following problems.
1) Find the answer to a — e for the following set of data.
101.102,100,10
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Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Geometry of Circles
Each problem is Worth 5 Points
Total Points: 50
1) Point C is the center of the circle. What is the measure of zACB
if mAE is equal to 102° 7 4) Find x. 5) Circles M and K are congruent and 5’5
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ertlng Asslgnment: Quadrllaterals Challenge Problems
Each problem Is worth 5 Points
Total Points: 10
1. The following is a parallelogram. Find x and y using the given information.
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0—0 = 4
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Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Algebra of Quadrilaterals
Each problem is worth 5 Points
Total Points: 50
Solve each system of equations. Show your work.
1. Use the following image for problems (a) — (f). ABCD is a parallelogram.
A B
D C
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RESEARCH PAPER ASSIGNMENT:
TOPIC AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
Topic
1. Select the topic for your research paper. This is the theme you will use to compare
and contrast three different time periods.
From the list below, choose a topic that will be th
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Unit: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Section: Graphing Logarithmic Functions and Domain and Range
Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Assignment
Total Points = 30
Each problem is worth 5 points
Directions: Answer
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Algebra 2
Writing Assignment: Solving Radical Functions
5 Points Each
Total Points: 50
Solve for x, Show all your work and be sure to check your answers.
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Writing Assignment: Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
Total Points: 60
Graph the systems of linear inequalities.
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Any number raised to the zero power is equal to 1, except for zero which is not defined.
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Negative exponents indicate r
Algebra 2
Unit: Trigonometric Functions
Section: Graphing Trigonometric Functions
Writing Assignment: Graphing Trigonometric Functions
Total Points: 50
Each of the following questions is worth 5 Points.
Graph each function in radians and describe the doma