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Gifted Acc. Geometry
Name_
2-1 & GCF Homework 8.27.13
Date_ Period_
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Factor each completely.
1) n n
2) p p
3) x x
4) x x
5) p p
6) p p
7) x x
8) m m
9) p p
10) n
Name: _
Writing Linear Equations
From Graphs
1) Write a linear equation whose slope is 5 and whose y-intercept is -5? _
2) In Spain it costs $1 (in Euros) to connect a long distance call and it also cost $0.40
per minute to talk.
a. Write a linear equatio
ABCs Project
By: Shaheer Maqbool
Archaeology
South America has many archaeology sites. Brazil
has rock shelters with paintings over 10,000 years
old and shell made monuments. Peru has inca
ruins and pyramids. Belize has a Mayan Temple.
Bolivia
Bolivia has
The 2002 AP Statistics Examination
[] Exam Content and Format
to use the intervals in the graphical display to discuss
the degree of support provided for each of the two
* Giving a Practice Exam
competing theories. G#od communication was particu[] InstruC
The Exam
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COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
Two hours and 25 minutes are allotted for this exam: 45 minutes for Section I, which consists of multiplechoice
questions; and 100 minutes for Section II, which consists of eight
Advanced Placement
Program
AP Statistics
Practice Exam
The questions contained in this AP Statistics Practice Exam are written to the content specifications of
AP Exams for this subject. Taking this practice exam should provide students with an idea of th
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Chapter 11
Limits and an Introduction
to Calculus
11.1 Introduction to Limits
11.2 Techniques for Evaluating
Limits
11.3 The Tangent Line Problem
11.4 Limits at Infinity and Limits
of Sequences
11.5 The Area Proble
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Analytic Geometry
in Three Dimensions
Chapter 10
z
10.1 The Three-Dimensional
Coordinate System
10.2 Vectors in Space
10.3 The Cross Product of Two
Vectors
10.4 Lines and Planes in Space
Selected Applications
Three
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Sequences, Series,
and Probability
Chapter 8
8.1 Sequences and Series
8.2 Arithmetic Sequences and
Partial Sums
8.3 Geometric Sequences and
Series
8.4 Mathematical Induction
8.5 The Binomial Theorem
8.6 Counting Pri
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Chapter 6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Law of Sines
Law of Cosines
Vectors in the Plane
Vectors and Dot Products
Trigonometric Form of a
Complex Number
Selected Applications
Triangles and vectors have many
real-life applica
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Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 4
y
4.1 Radian and Degree Measure
4.2 Trigonometric Functions:
The Unit Circle
4.3 Right Triangle Trigonometry
4.4 Trigonometric Functions of
Any Angle
4.5 Graphs of Sine and Cosine
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Polynomial and
Rational Functions
Chapter 2
y
2.1 Quadratic Functions
2.2 Polynomial Functions of
Higher Degree
2.3 Real Zeros of Polynomial
Functions
2.4 Complex Numbers
2.5 The Fundamental Theorem
of Algebra
2.6 R
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Chapter 1
Functions and Their Graphs
y
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Lines in the Plane
Functions
Graphs of Functions
Shifting, Reflecting, and
Stretching Graphs
1.5 Combinations of Functions
1.6 Inverse Functions
1.7 Linear Model
Section 11.4
Limits of a Sequence
What is a limit?
The
y-value a function seems to be heading
to when x is approaching a fixed number.
Consider the function
Only
consider the
x-value 2.
What y-value is the
function approaching
when the x-value
approac
AIP
2.2A Notes
Function/Basic Shape
f ( x )=ax 2 +bx +c
Degree/name
Degree: 2
Name: Quadratic
At most _
real zeros
2 Real zeroes
At most _ turning
points(extrema)
-One extrema
End-behavior
a>0
As x , f ( x )
As x , f ( x)
a<0
As x , f ( x )
As x , f (
AIP Midterm Review Part 2
Reminder NO CALCULATORS ARE ALLOWED ON THE MIDTERM!
Chapter 1:
Find the slopes between 2 points
1. A(-3, 4) B(3, 0)
2. A(5, -4) B(5, 10)
3. A(6, 4) B(-1, -7)
Parallel and Perpendicular lines and their slopes
4. Which lines are pa
AIP Statistics Unit
QUEST Review part 1
Name_
Introduction to Normal Distributions
1.
If the mean and the standard deviation of a continuous random variable that is normally distributed are 28
and 3 respectively, find an interval that contains 95% of the