Raevyn Davis
03/27/2017
Assignment: Shopping List Using Multi-Step Equations
1. The technical crew of the play needs shirts. Each shirt color
matches the job the crew will be working on. Different color
shirts have different designs and therefore cost dif
Algebra one, semester one, unit one: assignment scaling up fractions and mixed numbers in your world
1. Choice one
Three dozen equals thirty six cookies 12x3=36
You need 720 cookies 360x2=720
That is equivalent to sixty dozen cookies 72012=60
So you need
Raevyn Davis
03/30/2017
Independent and Dependent Variables
1.
Write three (3) scenarios that describe three different
real-world functions. Each scenario should use two of the
variables from the list above, combined with the phrase
depends on. For each s
Raevyn Davis
03/29/17
Real World Multi-Step Equations
1. You and your friend are shopping for painting supplies. Your
friend wants five bottles of paint and one set of paint
brushes. You want seven bottles of paint and two sets of
paint brushes. Each bott
Raevyn Davis
03/28/2017
Distance And Direction
1. A compact car will drive three miles east, five miles west,
and then 13 miles east again. The car gets 40 miles per
gallon, and there is 1 4 of a gallon of gas left in the tank.
Compute the relative distan
1a. The difference between the actual wage (x) and the average (9.50) is less than or equal to
1.50.
. |x - 9.50| 1.50
1.b This can be rewritten as two inequalities:
. -1.50 x - 9.50 1.50
and solved by adding 9.50 to the equation
. 8.00 x 11.00
1.c The so
RYAP Graded Assignment
10.05 Journal Writing in Action
What is a mission statement?
A mission statement is a short written description of your guiding principles and ideals.
Think of it as your own personal creed for living your life. What do you believe
Short story writing one f
The question comes first and the answer comes second
How did your attitude change toward the bet as the years went
on?
As the years went on my attitude toward the bet changed a lot,
from confidence and amusement, to doubt, amazem
Bryliah Watlington
Accidental Destruction
Ashland hadnt had a full nights sleep in years, every since she had become
a detective she was married and sleeping with the job. There was always a new
case or unfinished paper work, of course tonight was not any
Poetry Collection
Self Reflection
Questions
What do you think you did well in each of
your poems? Be specific and detailed.
Which one is your favorite? Why?
What do you think you could improve on
in your poetry writing? Be specific and
detailed.
Which sou
Accidental destruction
Ashland hadnt had a full nights sleep in years, every since she had become
a detective she was married and sleeping with the job. There was always a new
case or unfinished paper work, of course tonight was not any different. She rou
Multimedia Writing
Storyboard Template
Your name: Bryliah Watlington
The writing you plan to present: I plan to present a powerpoint about animal adoption
Your intended audience: My intended audience is anyone who loves animals
Your intended purpose: My p
The night held me down with a rope I knew that I was trapped I lost all hope
Where could I go where no one would know
Alone and afraid the night was my only friend for days
The night hurt me and trapped me in but thats what it took for the night to win
Wh
Raevyn Davis
03/27/2017
Distributive Property Problem Set
1. Mr. Davis bought solar lights for a pathway at his house. The
lights cost $29.95 each and have an additional delivery
charge of $2.00 per light. How much did Mr. Davis pay for
seven solar lights
Raevyn Davis
03/30/2017
The Range of a Function
1. Celina has a part-time job that pays $8 per hour. In this realworld function, the input values correspond to the number of
hours Celina works, and the output values represent her
corresponding wage. Fill
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03/29/17
Relations
1. The manager of Extreme Video Games keeps track of the
profits the company earned after releasing one of its latest
games. During the first week, the game profits were
$15,000. In the second week, the profits grew to $22,
Solve Absolute Value Inequalities
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.
a. Write an absolute value inequality to represent this situation, using
Raevyn Davis
04/1/2017
Subtract Polynomials
Subtract the polynomials, showing all the steps necessary to write
the answer in simplest form.
1. (9x-4) (3x+2)
a. (9x-4) - (3x-2)
b. (9x-4) -1 (3x+2)
c. (9x-4) -1 (3x) -1 (2)
d. 9x 4 -3x 2
2. (3x^2+8) (2x^2+1)
Raevyn Davis
03/30/2017
Different Forms of Equations
Read each description of real-world situations represented by
equations of lines. Then use the equations to answer the
questions.
A research scientist is studying how fast a certain type of
bacteria gr
Raevyn Davis
4/2/2017
Use the Zero Product Property
1. A child launches a toy rocket from the top of a slide at the
park. Suppose the equation 16t^2 + 28t + 8 = 0 can be
used to find how many seconds it will take for the rocket to
hit the ground.
a. Write
Raevyn Davis
04/1/2017
Factor a Sum of Cubes
1. A shipping company offers various sized shipping boxes to its
customers. Some of these boxes are cube-shaped, with
equal height, width, and depth. As part of an upcoming sales
promotion, the company will off
Raevyn Davis
03/30/2017
Fine the Slope of a Line
1.
Alex and his friends practice skateboarding at a local community skate park. The line
shown in the graph below represents one of the skateboard ramps.
a. Identify two points on the line and write the
coo
Raevyn Davis
03/31/2017
Graphing Linear Functions: Slope-intercept
and Standard Forms
1. The theme of the cache is "Superheroes." Carefully graph
the four lines with the following equations on the coordinate
plane below to see the shape of the item. A. y
Raevyn Davis
03/21/2017
Assignment: Equations of Vertical and
Horizontal Lines
1. In many cities and towns across the United States, the
numbering system of the roads is based on a grid, similar to
the latitude and longitude lines on a globe. Suppose the
Raevyn Davis
03/29/17
Relations
1. The manager of Extreme Video Games keeps track of the
profits the company earned after releasing one of its latest
games. During the first week, the game profits were
$15,000. In the second week, the profits grew to $22,
Raevyn Davis
03/29/17
Coordinates And Points
1. (0,0) = O
a. Coordinates
2. (5,2) = P
a. Coordinates
3. (2,-1) (2,4)
a. Coordinates
4. (-5,5) = R
a. Coordinates
5. (5,-5) = S
a. Coordinates
of the point is (3,-4)
of the point is (-4,0)
of the point is (8,