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Example Exercises
Write each function in vertex form.
—2x2 - 8x
1.y=x2+4x 2.y=2x2+8x+3 3.y=
4.y:~x2+4x+4 5.y=x2—-4x—4 6.y=x2+5x
7.y=2x2—6 s_yz——3x2—x—~8 9.y=x

Domain and Range Practice
Match the following graphs to their domain aﬁd range:
1. 2. 3. Domain and Range: The Answers (in random orderE I ! !)
(a)Dm{x1—2stz,xek}
R: 91033155532613}
(d)Dm {x$~6$xs2,xeR}
R={y10$y$2,yeR}
(g)D= {x}—5$x$2,x€R}
R:
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Mathematical Induction Worksheet
Fill in the missing details in each of the following proofs by induction.
1. Show that the sequence defined by an = an 1 + 2n 1 for n 2 , where a1 = 1 , is
equivalently defined by the closed formula an = 2n 1 .
Proof by in

Problem 1.1
Use mirrors or other tools to help you find all the lines of symmetry in each design.
Explain why these traditional quilt designs do not have reflectional symmetry.
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Problem 1.2
Rotational symmetry can be found in many objects that rota

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Unit 3: Exponents
Date: _
Lesson #4: SWBAT apply power to a power properties of exponents
Product of Powers
Write the Factors
(22)2
(22)3
(22)4
(23)2
(22) (22)
Write as a single
power
24
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Unit 3: Exponents
Date: _
Lesson #5: Apply the Laws of Exponents
Property of
Exponents
Example
What does it say?
Multiplication
Division
Power to a
Power
To solve these problems
Step 1: Simplify the top (if necessary)
Step 2: Simplify the bottom (