Katrina Garcia
5.3
1. Complete the table below to solve the equation 2.5x 10.5 = 64(0.5 x).
x
f(x) = 2.5x 10.5
g(x) = 64(0.5x)
2
-5.5
3
-3
x)"> 8
4
-0.5
x)"> 4
5
2
x)"> 2
6
x)"> 16
4.5
x)"> 1
2. A newspaper started an online version of its paper 14 years
Algebra 2 Segment One Exam Review
1. Given the two points (2,4) and (1,10) answer the following:
a.
Write the equation of the line in point-slope form.
b.
Convert the point-slope equation found in (a) to slope-intercept form and explain the
process using
Name:
World History
Lesson 8.04 The Iron Curtain Comes Down
Video Reactions (10 points):
The video was great and very intense, but it gave me a better understanding of what
went on and it gave me a lot of facts.
I.
The Soviet Union and the Eastern Europea
Name: Kali Andrews
Date: 2/14/17
School: Envision Academy
Facilitator: Sheniqua Roberson
2.04 Solving Applications Involving Systems of Inequalities
Write a system of inequalities to model the following application problems. Then, graph the system and
ans
Name: Kali Andrews
Date: 1/21/17
School: Envision Academy
Facilitator: Sheniqua Roberson
1.04 Direct variation
Determine whether
varies directly with . If so, find the constant of variation.
1.
Do x and y vary directly?
x
1
2
3
y
12
24
36
24 = k * 2
24/ 2
Name: Kali Andrews
Date: 4/23/17
School: Envision Academy
Facilitator: Sheniqua Roberson
8.03 Task: Real World Applications of Right Triangles
Read each problem carefully. First, fill-in the picture provided with the correct lengths and/or angle
measures.
Practice
Name: Tammy Ackerman
Name if even, odd or neither.
1) x4
Even
2
5
+ x
Odd
3)
Odd
4) Even
5)
6)
Neither
3
2) 6x x
Odd
Write in interval notation the areas of increase and decrease.
7.
Increasing: (-, -2)
Decreasing: (-2,-)
9.
Decreasing: (, -1)
In
SEQUENCES & SERIES WORKSHEET
Determine whether each of the following sequences are arithmetic,
geometric or neither. If arithmetic, state the common difference. If
geometric, state the common ratio.
1) 35, 32, 29, 26,
arithmetic
The common difference is
CIRCLES
Identify the center and radius of each circle. Then graph the circle.
1) (x + 1)2 + (y 2)2 = 16
(x-(-1)2+(y-2)2=(4)2
The center is (-1,2) and the radius is 4.
2) (x 3)2 + (y + 1)2 = 4
(x 3)2 + (y -(-1)2 = (2)2
The center is (3,-1) and the radius i
EXPONENTIAL & LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS
Remember, you must show work or include a brief written
explanation for each problem to receive full credit.
Write each of the following in exponential form.
1) log3 x = 9
logb(x)=y is equivalent to by=x
b= 3
x=x
y= 9
3
6.01: Representing Data
Essential Questions 6.01
How are dot plots, bar graphs, and histograms used to analyze data?
How are dot plots, bar graphs, and histograms used for different types of data?
How does the statistical process help make informed decisi
Algebra
Individual Project
4.05
Katrina Garcia
Three Algebra 1 students are comparing how fast their social
media posts have spread. Their results are shown in the
following table.
Student
Description
Social Media
Post Shares
Amber
Amber shared her
photo
Katrina Garcia
6.10
Collaboration Component
Please complete and submit this document for Assessment 1.10 in Segment 1 or 6.10 in Segment 2.
1.
Collaboration lesson/task description: Please give the lesson title and number. Describe the lesson
or task you
Gabriel Pearson
March 11, 2016
02.01 Review
The steps for solving an equation are below.
Step 1: Simplify each side of the equation.
Step 2: Get the variable on one side of the equation.
Step 3: Get the variable by itself.
Step 4: Check your solution.
Spe
Lesson 04.08: Polynomial
Identities and Proofs
Polynomial Identity
Extra, Extra! Mathematicians all across the globe marvel
at this new polynomial identity, its one like theyve never
seen before. Now this is the first time its being revealed
to the gener
After a dreary day of rain, the sun peeks through the clouds and a rainbow forms. You notice the
rainbow is the shape of a parabola.
1.
The equation for this parabola is y = -x2 + 36.
2. Create a table of values for a linear function. A drone is in the di
Lesson 2.02
Assignment
Question 1
Is the expression x3x3x3 equivalent to
x333? Why or why not? Explain your
reasoning.
Question 1
No, these two expression are not equivalent. The first
expression, x3x3x3 would be equivalent to x^9. While
the second expre
The city that I have created is shown above. In my city, I placed the residential areas close to
each other to show that most general cities have a dense population, placing a school next to the
residential areas, makes it efficient for children to get a
The Green Belt Movement
All throughout history women have fought for equality. They have demanded equal
treatment for work that they often do much more of then their male counterparts. On average
womens wages are 17 percent lower than mens wages, also in
Discussion Post
Prompt:
Using what you know about urbanization and the case studies in this lesson, write a discussion
post in which you identify TWO problems and TWO opportunities associated with rapid
urbanization around the world. In your discussion po
Question 3:
A. Define the following terms and relate them to the cities shown in the chart: global city
and megacity
B. Describe two positive effects of global cities on the world's economy or culture and two
negative effects of global cites on the world'