Dear Parent/Guardian
January 23, 2012
This semester, the math department has been given the opportunity to provide a math lab. Below
are the rationale and process provided to the math department by our administration.
Proposal and Rationale:
Given: our pe
5.1 Inequalities & Compound Sentences
Compound Sentence:_
Intersection:_
Notation:
Graph:
Union:_
Notation:
Graph:
Double Inequality:_
Example 1: Graph the following inequalities.
a. x > 8 and x > 4
b. x < 8 and x < 4
c. x > 8 and x < 4
d. x < 8 and x > 4
6.1 Notes
Vocabulary: Quadratic, quadratic equation, quadratic function, standard form of a
quadratic, Binomial square theorem
Standard form of a quadratic: _
Quadratics have a degree of _
General Quadratic equation: _
Binomial Square Theorem:
(x + y)2 =
3-1 Constant Change and the Graph of y = mx + b
y-intercept: the y-value of the point where the graph crosses the _
linear function: a function whose graph is a _
slope-intercept form: y = mx + b where m is the _ and b is the _
x-intercept: the x value of
4.1 Notes
Vocabulary: Matrices, row, column, equal matrices, point matrix, dimensions m n , element of
a matrix
Dimensions m n : a matrix with _ and _
Equal Matrices: _
Point Matrix: _
Examples:
1. Write a matrix for the given polygon.
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2. Draw the polyg
9.1 Exponential Growth
* Exponential functions model situations of constant growth.
Example 1: A certain type of bacteria doubles in population every hour. Suppose an experiment
began with 300 of these bacteria.
a. Use the equation f (t ) 300(2) t , where
More Tips for the ACT
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to the issue they are asking you to decide between.
Remember, you can present your own unique side, as long
as you support it.
Plan out a timetable: give yourself time to
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ACT Writing Scoring Rubric Scoring Guidelines for The Great Gatsby Test Essay (ACTlike Writing Practice)
These are the descriptions of scoring criteria that I will follow to determine the score (16)
for your essay. Papers at each level exhibit all or most
PACE YOURSELF
The ACT Writing Test gives you 30 minutes to read and think about the issue in the prompt,
and to plan and write your essay. When asked to write a timed essay, most writers find it
useful to do some planning before they start writing, and to