Math 3 201: Circle Equations
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Unit 2 covers an algebraic look at a topic called conic sections. These are the shapes that you can
make by intersecting a cone with a plane. The picture below sho
Math 3 – 111: Homework
p. 15, #1 – 21 (3n), 22 – 24
Solve the system using matrices.
Source: McDougal Littell Georgia High School Mathematics 3
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Math 3 110: Two-variable System of Equations
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The rest of the week we will be practicing solving systems of equations with two variables. I will guide
you through the first one, and then you ca
Math 3 – 109: Matrix Inverse HW
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p. 51, #1 – 6; p. 52, #1 – 6
Invert any 2x2 matrices by hand. No calculator allowed.
Calculate the determinant of 3x3 matrices. You may use your calculator for
Math 3 108: Matrix Inversion
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Warmup
Over the course of a year, a state trooper issued a total of 385 citations for warnings and speeding
tickets. Of these, there were 31 more warnings than spe
Math 3 107: Matrix Multiplication
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Yesterday, we investigated the multiplication of a matrix with a real number (or scalar). But
what happens when we multiply two matrices?
To begin, we must un
Math 3 104: Scalar Matrix Multiplication
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Work individually on the following problem (#1 6), and then compare your answers with your
neighborhood.
Your flower garden is now entering its third y
Math 3 103: Matrix Addition
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Work individually on the following problem (#1 6), then compare your answers with your neighborhood.
Last year, you planted a flower garden in your front yard consi
Math 3 101: Introduction to Matrices
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Unit 1 is devoted to studying the use of matrices (the plural form of the word matrix). To begin, we
must understand that a matrix is a special type of arr
Math 3 112: Three-variable System of Equations
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Now, we will be moving on to larger systems of equations, and learning how to solve these systems
using our calculators. Remember, as long as we
Math 3 115: Weekend Work 1
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Solve the following systems of equations.
1.
4x + 3 y = 2
x + 2 y = 5
2.
5 x 2 y = 7
2x + y = 1
Use a graphing calculator to solve the following systems.
3x + 2
Matrix Operations $100
Matrix Operations $500
If
and
,
calculate A(B + C).
B.
C.
D.
A.
B.
C.
A.
D.
Matrix Operations $200
System of Equations $200
Which of the following shows the correct
solution to
Math 3 122: Okefenokee Swamp
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AN OKEFENOKEE FOOD WEB Learning Task:
Recent weather conditions have caused a dramatic increase in the insect population of the
Okefenokee Swamp area. The insects
Math 3 121: Vertex-Edge Graphs
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MM3A7. Students will understand and apply matrix representations of vertex-edge graphs.
A vertex-edge graph is a collection of points (vertices) and line segment
Math 3 119: Linear Programming
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MM3A6. Students will solve linear programming problems in two variables.
Now that we understand the concepts of graphing inequalities, we can move forward to lin
Math 3 118: Solving Systems of Inequalities HW
Source: Kuta Software
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1
Math 3 118: Solving Systems of Inequalities HW
Source: Kuta Software
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2
Math 3 117: Graphing Systems of Inequalities
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Yesterday, we learned how to graph linear inequalities. The general information we learned (whether
the boundary is dashed or solid, and whether to
Math 3 116: Graphing Linear Inequalities
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Weve been working a lot with systems of linear equations. Our solutions to these systems
represented the only pair of values that satisfied both of the
Math 3 221: Conic Sections Review
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(1) What is the equation of a circle with center at the origin and radius of 3?
(2) 3 x 2 + 4 y 2 + 6 = 0 is the equation of an _.
(3) What is the length of t
Math 3 – 204: Circle Equation given Center and Point
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Quick lesson to start today… probably should have been incorporated into last week, but oh well.
How do you determine the equation of a cir
Math 3 203: Escape!
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Tonight, with the stress of Engsbergs quiz hanging over you, sleep comes slower than usual.
Eventually, after much tossing and turning, you fall into a fitful rest. When yo
Math 3 202: Completing the Square
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Perfect square an integer that is the product of a different integer with itself. Example: 64 is a perfect
square because it is equal to 8 times 8.
We will ne
Math 3 308: Solving Exponential Equations Part 1
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One area we have not covered yet in our review of exponential functions is solving exponential
equations. Understanding how to solve exponentia
Math 3 303: Rational Exponents
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All of the properties that we learned on 301 apply to every exponential expression, but so far we
have only simplified expressions with integer exponents. It is
Math 3 301: Review of Exponential Properties
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Weve spent the last month discussing polynomial functions, in which the variable was raised to an
exponent. In the next unit, we will start by revi