Math Analysis
Transformations
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Given a function, (), match the transformation to the correct description.
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A. Reflect over the -axis
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B. Shift horizontally
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C. Vertical stretch or compression
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D. Reflect over the -axis
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Math Analysis
Birthday Polynomial Design
Due Date: _
Points Possible: 11 points
Objective: Create, analyze, and graph a polynomial function that reflects you!
Requirements:
1) Identify IN ORDER the digits of the month (1 or 2 digits), day (1 or 2 digits),
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Geometry
Mr brooker
6/8/2017
Argument A
There is a need for students to understand and be able to construct geometric figures
using a compass and straightedge
Summary
I personally think there is a need for students to unde
Finite Geometric
Sequence
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FABRICIO COSTILLA
Geometric Series
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sum of terms of a geometric
sequence
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Geometric series:
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equation to find the sum of finite
series:
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Finding the sum using summation
notation
Number of terms
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Solving a Quadratic Equation with Real Solutions
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Properties of Quad.
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Exampl
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
6.05: Two Way Frequency Tables
Essential Questions 6.05
How do you summarize data in a two-way frequency table?
How do you compare two-way frequencies in a relative frequency table?
How do you use a two-way table to find possible associations and trends
4.05: Graphing Exponential Functions
Essential Questions 4.05
How can graphs be created from verbal expressions?
How can the key features of an exponential function be compared through tables
and graphs?
What effect will introducing a constant have on an
8.01 GCF
Factoring
To factor the greatest common factor (GCF) of a polynomial expression:
Step 1: _
Do this in two parts: identify the coefficient GCF first and the variable GCF second.
Step 2: _.
Work "backwards" to figure out what the terms of the other
7.01 Introduction to Polynomials
Prefixes:
Mono-_
Bi-_
Tri-_
Poly-_Many_
Polynomials:
Polynomials are mathematical expressions that have:
1.
2.
3.
Example
s
Non-Examples
Classification:
We classify by:
1. Number of terms
2. Degree of the polynomial
Exampl
5.05 TwoLinear Inequalities will USUALLY have x and y variables
Variable Linear To graph them you have to convert to y=mx+ b:
Inequalities
Example: 3x 2y <= 4
Minus 3x on both sides: -2y <= -3x + 4
Divide all terms by -2: y >= -3/2x + 2 Notice that I flip
8.02 Factoring by Grouping
When you are factoring a polynomial expression and you see _terms, use Factoring by
Grouping.
Check for a _ of all terms.
Separate the polynomial into _ groups.
Factor the GCF from the _ group.
Factor the GCF from the _ group.
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9.01
Essential Questions
After completing this lesson, you will be able to answer the following question:
How can you interpret key features of graphs and tables in terms of the
quantities, and sketch graphs showing key features given a verbal descriptio
6.03: Data Sets and Outliers
Essential Questions 6.03
What do the center, spread, and shape of a data set tell you about the data?
How does the context of a data set affect how the data is interpreted?
What are outliers, and how do they affect the center,