In the problem that was given, all the information is relevant and needed in order for the
problem to be solved. The question informs us that a homeowner is building a concrete slab and
needs to know if trees and an awning will also fit. The problem also
LAW OF SINES AND
COSINES
OBLIQUE TRIANGLES
Oblique trianglea triangle that does not include
a right angle.
Laws of Sines and Cosines used to find missing
parts of oblique triangles.
LAW OF SINES
Used for
ASA
AAS
SAA
SSAambiguous case
LAW OF SINES
SOLV
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Lesson 6 More Exponential Functions
Now that we have studied the basics of Exponential Functions, it is time to look at several
specific concepts. In this lesson, we study Exponential Growth and Exponential Decay and look
at ways to model and measure each
Lesson 4 Linear Functions and Applications
In this lesson, we take a close look at Linear Functions and how real world situations can be
modeled using Linear Functions. We study the relationship between Average Rate of Change
and Slope and how to interpre
Lesson 5 Introduction to Exponential Functions
Exponential Functions play a major role in our lives. Many of the challenges we face involve
exponential change and can be modeled by an Exponential Function. Financial considerations
are the most obvious, su
Lesson 1 Introduction to Functions
Throughout this class, we will be looking at various Algebraic Functions and the characteristics
of each. Before we begin, we need to review the concept of what a Function is and look at the
rules that a Function must fo
Lesson 3 Linear Equations and Functions
The first Function that we are going to investigate is the Linear Function. This is a good place to
start because with Linear Functions, the average rate of change is constant and no exponents are
involved. Before w
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3.
a) Input: Time (in years); Output Value: (in dollars)
b) Dependent: V ; Independent: n
c) Two years after purchase, the value of the car was $24630.
d) Yes. Valu
Lesson 2 Functions and Function Operations
As we continue to work with more complex functions it is important that we are comfortable
with Function Notation, operations on Functions and operations involving more than one
function. In this lesson, we study