Find the magnitude and direction of each vector.
1.113 : A(3, 1), B(2, 3) 2.1%? P(0, 0), Q(2, 1)
3.1T]? T(0, 1), U(3, 5) 4.1W:M(2, 2), M3, 1)
Copy the vectors to nd each sum or difference.
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Quiz Review
1. A store has a sale for 25% off. You decide to buy a sweater that
usually costs $30.00. How much money will you save?
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Adam bought a tennis racket priced at $10.00. If the sales tax was
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TOWING SERVICE
Verbal Description
Equation
When a tow truck is called, the cost of the
service is $10 plus $1 per mile that the car
must be towed.
Define your variables:
Write and graph a linear equation to represent
the total cost of the tow
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Using Proportions
Warm-Up
Solve for x:
Convert each percent to a fraction
1. 35%
2. 46%
3. 24%
What is the rule for converting a percent to a fraction?
Estimate each of the following using:
25% of 20?
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Using Proportions
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Discounts, Sales Tax, and Tips
General Procedure
Steps:
Example: In a video store,
1. The rate is usually given
a DVD that sells for $15 is
as a percent.
marked, "10% off". What is
the discount? What is the
2. To find the discount,
sale
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Practice with Percents, Decimals, and Fractions
1. In Illinois, about 1 person in 5 lives in the city of Chicago. To the
nearest percent, what percent of people in Illinois live in Chicago?
2.
Three out of 11 families in the United States
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Percentages, Fractions and Decimals Quick Quiz
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Percent Fraction
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2)
Decimal Fraction
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Rule
Divide the numerator by the
denominator, then press
control enter on your
calculator
Move the decimal point tw
Conversion
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Percent Fraction
2)
Decimal Fraction
3)
4)
5)
6)
Decimal Percent
Fraction Percent
Fraction Decimal
Percent Decimal
Rule
Divide percent by 100, then
simplify
Use a denominator that has as
many zeros as decimal places,
then reduce
Move the dec
PG Chapter 8 Project
Properties of Quadrilaterals List
1. Four right angles
2. The midsegment is the average of the two bases
3. One of the diagonals bisects a pair of opposite angles
4. Two disjoint pairs of consecutive congruent sides
5. Both pairs of o
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Using Properties of Quadrilaterals
Properties of Trapezoids and Kites
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Trapezoids
A. Regular Trapezoid
The Midsegment Theorem for
Trapezoids: the midsegment of
a trapezoid is
_ to each
base and its length is
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L 6.6 Proportionality Theorems
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Triangle Proportionality Theorem
If a line is parallel to a side of a triangle,
then it divides the other two sides
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Proportionality Theorem is also true.
Triangle Proportion
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Quadrilateral Project
Directions: Complete each of the three sections about each quadrilateral. You will be graded on
completeness, correctness, and neatness. After completing the information on the 6 quadrilaterals, hand in
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PlaneGeometry
Period
SimplifyingRadicals&RationalizingDenominatorsNotes
Chapter7
SimplifyingRadicals
JAILBREAKMETHOD:
When a number is under a radical symbol, , we consider the number in jail. In order for the number to escape
from jail we nee
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L 7.4 Extra Practice
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Special Right Triangles
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Special Right Triangles
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