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Thesis Statement Development!
Crafting an educated argument to
support an answer to a historical
question.
Crafting Historical Arguments
from Historical Evidence:
Frame a question about the past,
and address it with an argument:
- Thesis supported by Evid
Ancient Africa Project: 86 Point Grading Rubric
Topic: _
Names:
1. _ Total =
of 86
2. _ Total =
of 86
3. _ Total =
of 86
4. _ Total =
of 86
5. _ Total =
of 86
Steps to success:
1. Choose a group of 2 to 5 people to work with.
2. After pre-reading Chapter
Keystone Project is due at class time Monday, June 5 = 15% of Course Grade
Grading Rubric for 100 Point Project
Name: _
My topic of Ancient History: _
Note: Your topic can be from any region of the world, can be broad or specific, but must occur between p
Algebra II
Notes 3.3 Ext. Linear Programming
Name_
Many real life problems involve a process called optimization (finding the minimum or maximum
value of something). For example, a company may want to maximize profits. We will learn to find minimums
and m
Algebra II
Notes 2.4/3.1
Name_
2.4 Writing the Equations of a Line
To find the slope: Given two points ( x1 , y1 ) and ( x 2 , y 2 ) , use the formula
y y1
m 2
x
x
2
1
Slope-Intercept Form:
Given the slope m and the y-intercept b, y = mx + b
Point-Slo
Algebra II
Notes 2.1/2.2/2.3
Name_
2.1 Relations and Functions
Definitions:
Relation a relation between two variables x and y is a set of ordered pairs. A relation could also be
a mapping or table of values.
Input/Domain the x-values in the relation
Outpu
Algebra II
Notes 2.8 & 2.7ext
Name_
2.8 Graphing Linear Inequalities
greater than
less than
less
than or equal
to
Dotted
Line
greater than or equal to
Solid Line
Steps to graphing linear inequalities:
1. Solve equation to slope intercept form and graph
Algebra II
1.7
Notes 1.7 & 2.7
Name_
Solving Absolute Value Equations
Ex 1.
4
=?
Ex 5.
x 3
Ex 2.
=6
4
=?
Ex 3.
| x | = 5 so x = ?
Ex 4. | x | = -7 so x = ?
what could the value of x = ?
When solving you can rewrite the original as two linear equations
Ex
Algebra II- Notes 3.4 Solving Systems of Linear Equations in
3 Variables
3.4 Solving Systems of Linear Equations in 3-Variables
System of three equation and three variables, (x, y, z) called an
ordered triple. Represents a system in three dimensional spac
Section 3.2
Solving Linear Systems Algebraically
Algebraic methods to solving linear systems:
1. Substitution
2. Linear Combination (elimination)
Name_
Hour_
* We still have the possibility of one, none,
or infinitely many solutions
Substitution solve one
Aboriginal Activism Handout
The Indian Act
The White Paper
In spite of all government attempts to convince Indians to accept the white paper, their
efforts will fail, because Indians understand that the path outlined by the Department of Indian
Affairs th
Practice IA Evaluation Rubric: Presentation
LEVEL 4
Very clear and concise
flow of ideas.
Delivery and
Enthusiasm
Visuals
Organization
Research
Question
response
Response to Class
Queries
Demonstrates
passionate interest in
the topic and
engagement with t
MCR 3U0
Date _
3.35 Solving Exponential Equations
a)
2 x 2 5
b)
c)
3 x 81
9 3 x 1 27 x
3
x=5 is the solution
3 x 3
2(3 x1)
X=3 is the solution
3x
3
=3
Now solve the exponent
equation
2 (3 x1 ) =3 x
6 x2=3 x
6 x3 x=2
2
x=
3
d)
1
52 x 1
25
e)
g)
5 x 2 5 x
HL Business Management: Practice IA Rubric 2015
There are 7 assessment criteria for the Practice IA. This assessment is out of 20 marks.
Criterion B: Sources and Data
Criterion C: Use of tools, techniques and theories
Criterion D: Analysis and evaluation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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10.
REVIEW PROBLEMS
The probability that an animal is still alive in 12 years is 0.55 and the probability that its mate will still be
alive in 12 years is 0.60
Find the probability that
(a) both will be alive in 12 years
(b) onl
preuve 1 Niveau Moyen : exemple 1 Total de lpreuve
45 points
TEXTE A LE POUCE VERT EN VILLE, pages 3637
1 D, E (dans nimporte quel ordre) [2 points]
2C
3F
4B
5H
6D
7 Deux des rponses suivantes, dans nimporte quel ordre : [2 points]
que la communaut se ra
SCH3U0
The Nature of Atoms
About 2500 years ago, people understood that there must be some fundamental building
block of matter. They reasoned that if you cut an object in half, and kept doing so, you would
reach a point at which the object could no longe
CIE3M
Name:_
Demand, Supply and Elasticity - Exercises
1. For each product highlighted in italics, sketch a graph (without numbers on the axes)
showing the change in either demand or supply. Explain your answer.
a. Medical researchers discover that consum
OPCVL
ORIGIN
Primary source
Secondary source
Questions to consider:
Who created it?
Who is the author?
When was it created?
When/where / who published it?
Is there anything we know about the author that is pertinent to our evaluation?
PURPOSE
CONTE
3.5 Transforming of Exponential Functions
1) Write the equation of the exponential function that has a base function of 2x and has
undergone the following transformations
f(x) = 3x2x
f(x) = x2x
f(x) = -2x
f(x) = 2x+4
f(x) = 2x- 1
f(x) = 2-x
f(x) = 21/3x
f
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