Name_ Date_ Class_
Challenge
Interpreting the Graphs of Quadratic Functions
Functions can be translated, reflected, and/or stretched or compressed to
make a new function. Consider the two functions below. You recognize one
as the graph of y x2. You can wr
Syllabus AP Economics
Macroeconomics and the Free Enterprise System
Semester course, 18 weeks, MF, 7 periods
Text:
McConnell, Campbell R. and Stanley L Brue
Economics: Principles, Problems, and Policies
McGrawHill/Irwin: 15th Edition, 2002
ISBN: 00723
GEORGIA WATER WARS

Discuss the who, what, where, when, & why of the Georgia Water Wars
In a WORD document, research & discuss the following in an essay:

WHAT is the problem?
WHERE is the problem? (describe and include a map)
WHY is there a problem?
W
QUADRATIC RELATIONS
AND
FUNCTIONS
CHAPTER 13
NOTES PACKET 2009  10
SOLVING QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
(DAY 1)
QUADRATIC EQUATION:
General Quadratic Equation:
STANDARD FORM of a quadratic equation:
HOW TO SOLVE QUADRATIC EQUATIONS:
Step 1:
Write equation in Stan
Chapter 17
1) What are the four layers of the atmosphere? Give two facts about each of
them.
2) In what layer(s) can you find these items?
a) ozone: _
b) tornadoes: _
c) nitrogen: _
d) rain: _
3) Fill in the table below.
Air Pollutant
2 Sources of the
Env
Air Pollutants Review!
Directions: Read each statement carefully. If the statement is true, mark
it true. If false, state false and then correct the statement so that is
right.
1) The largest outdoor air pollutant type is particulate matter. Examples
of t