AP Biology
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Space Invaders Observation/Inference & Making Claims with Evidence
(adapted from many sources)
Invaders have infiltrated our room! They
Review of Quadratic Equations
Standard Form:
! + + = 0
a = the leading coefficient and determines the direction of opening
(0, c) = the y-intercept
Factored Form:
= ! !
r! and r! are the roots (solu
Advanced Algebra
Factoring Review Sheet
I.
Factoring out a common term:
Look to see if there is a greatest common factor (GCF) in all the terms to factor out.
Factor it out and leave it on the outside
Factoring Practice Review
Greatest Common Factor, Difference of Squares, and Perfect Square Trinomials
Part I: Factoring out the Greatest Common Factoring (GCF)
A.
Introductory Level GCF
Introductory
Squares
The square of a number is that number times itself. 5 squared, denoted 52 , is equal to 55 , or 25. 2 squared is 22 = 22 = 4 . One way to remember the term "square" is that there are two dimen
Quiz3_4
True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
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1. The maximum number of solutions a rational equation can have is indicated by the degree of the polynomial
in the numerator.
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Unit 1: Thinking Polynomials
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Thinking
Communication
1. Explain why odd-degree polynomial functions can have only local maximums and local
minimums, but even degree polynomial functions can hav