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
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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,
6.07: Correlation and Causation
Essential Questions 6.07
How do you use math tools to interpret, model, and solve real world challenges?
What are the key features for a linear function and how can you use those features
to sketch graphs?
How do you change
Title: 6.06: Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit
Essential Questions 6.06
How can data be represented in a scatter plot?
How can I use scatter plots to analyze two sets of data?
How can I determine the line of best fit and how will this help me to make
pre
9.04
Essential Questions
After completing this lesson, you will be able to answer the following question:
How can you solve quadratic equations in one variable?
How can you derive the quadratic formula?
How can you solve quadratic equations based on the i
9.02
Essential Questions
After completing this lesson, you will be able to answer the following question:
After completing this lesson, you will be able to answer these questions:
How can you solve quadratic equations in one variable?
How can you use t
8.06 Difference of Perfect Squares
Follow these steps when factoring the difference of two squares:
Step 1: Factor Out the _
Step 2: Determine Whether the _ is a Difference of Two Squares
The expression must have _ terms, both of which are _ and
separated
4.03: Exponential Function Models
Essential Questions 4.03
How do the properties of exponents apply to exponential functions?
How are key features of graphs and tables used to model relationships between
two quantities?
How can the average rate of a chang
8.03 Factoring Trinomials
Factoring Trinomials of the form ax2 + bx + c
Factoring Trinomials of the Form ax2 + bx + c
Step 1: Check for a _.
Step 2: Split the _ term.
Multiply the _ coefficient and the _ term of the trinomial.
Find factors of this _ that
4.01: Properties of Exponents
Essential Questions 4.01
What are rational exponents and how are they related to integer exponents?
How are rational exponents and radicals related?
What procedures are followed to rewrite expressions involving radicals and
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8.07 Polynomial Functions
Zeros of a Polynomial Function
A _ of a polynomial function is a value for x that makes f(x) = 0.
Factor the polynomial.
Set factors equal to zero due to the _.
Solve for each factor.
These are the _.
For a factored polynomi
8.05 Perfect Square Trinomials
Perfect Square Trinomials
A perfect square trinomial is of the form: a2 2ab + b2
The _ term is a perfect square.
The _ term is a perfect square.
The middle term is _ times the product of the square root of the _ term
and the
4.02: Operations with Radicals
Essential Questions 4.02
Why do different results occur when adding or multiplying rational and irrational numbers?
How are radical expressions simplified?
How are operations with radical expressions similar to operations wi
9.05
Essential Questions
After completing this lesson, you will be able to answer the following question:
How can you create quadratic equations in one variable and use them to solve
problems?
How can you rearrange formulas to highlight a quantity of inte
6.02: Comparing Data Sets
Essential Questions 6.02
How do you use box plots to compare different sets of data?
How do you choose between mean and median as the best measure for the center of a
distribution?
How do you choose between interquartile range an
4.06: Sequences
Essential Questions 4.06
How can arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences be identified?
What are the differences between recursive and explicit formulas?
How are sequences connected to exponential functions?
Note-taking Guide:
Main Id
4.07: Exploring Linear and Exponential Growth
Essential Questions 4.07
How are the parameters of functions derived from their context?
How do linear and exponential functions compare as the domain increases?
Note-taking Guide:
Main Idea (page #)
DEFINITIO
Differential Equations, Slope Fields and Eulers Method
By Juhi Motiani
Table of Contents
Examples
Analytical Example.2
AP Level ( Part of) free Response.3
Tips for AP Free Response.3
AP Level Multiple Choice .4
AP Level Conceptual Example.5
Graphical Prob
Student Name: Maria Soliman
1.02 Basic Constructions
1.
With your COMPASS, copy segment AB to create segment CD. LIST YOUR STEPS
TO JUSTIFY.
1.) Measure the length of the line segment, AB, with your compass.
2.) Copy the length of the line segment, AB, on
Student Name: Maria Soliman
Start Date: Thursday, June 23, 2016
End Date: Monday, August 15, 2016
Estimated Hours Per Week: 9.73 hours
Estimated Time To Complete: 8 weeks
Task Number and Description
Items for Completion Week Of Jun 23, 2016 to Jun 29, 201
Name: Maria Soliman
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