1.07 Continuous Random Variables September 6, 2016
Before Class:
Get Ready:
Continuous random variables can take on any value within the possible range of the random variable. These variables
may include _, weight, and _ because these are not necessarily

1.02 Creating Probability Distributions: August 30, 2016
Notes from the Get Ready section of the online lesson
Probability Distributions tell the story of what outcomes are _
Definitions- (to be filled out as you go over the lesson)
Discrete Random Variab

Unit1Lesson9:StandardizeData September8,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Get Ready: *Get this information from the Get Ready section of the online lesson*
Checkanswers
inQuickCheck
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Here are Fiona's bowling scores for five games.
201, 204, 209, 21

Unit 1 Lesson 10 September 12, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: Z-scores are useful not only for finding how a _ _ compares to its own distribution but also
for comparing raw scores from two _ distributions.
We can compare z-scores to see which is farther from z

Unit 1 Lesson 1.03: Name August 31, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
1.03 Learn: Read/Listen to the following in your course:
Vocabulary (write the definitions below)
discrete random variable =
probability distribution table =
In probability, or means _
What is a visua

1.14: Unit Review September 15, 2016
Notes From Live Class/Recording:
1. The probability distribution histogram shows the ages of children at a daycare. What
us P(2X<5)
2. Use the table to answer the question. What is P(42<X<45)
3. The frequency table was

Unit 1 Lesson 1.03: Name _ugust 31, 2016
In Sierra Leone (a country in western Africa), the percentage of suspected cases that turn out to be malaria is about 40%.
So if a doctor sees 5 patients, and X is the number of those patients who turn out to be po

Complete these problems and check them In the on your own 'section of the course.
The expression P(z<-2 02) represents the area under the standard normal
curve below a given value of 2.
Use your standard normal table to find the indicated area. Use a sket

Unit1Lesson12:TheStandardNormalCurve September13,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
The_isaquickwaytofindthepercentofanormaldistributionthatisbelowa_that
fallsononeofthe_.
Thehalfbelowthemeanis_oft

Practice solutions 3.03:
1.
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3. Solve:
5. Solve:
4. Solve
Remember, on all of these problems your first go
to pick one variable (x or y) in both equations
make them opposite in sign and the same coeffici
Then all you need to do is add the equati
vertica

1.07 Continuous Random Variables Semen-liner 6, 2016
W . . . swan-pies:
The weights X of a person are distributed according to If P(x < a) = .50 what is the value of a?
the probability distribution shown. What is the '
probability that the persons weigh

Unit3Lesson5:Inequalities in One Variable October4,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Get Ready: *Get this information from the Get Ready section of the online lesson*
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
A_isusedfortheexclusivesidean

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Graph the inequality: y 2 5x + 4 Graph the inequality: y 2 ix
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Write an inequality for the solution set in this graph.
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Unit 3 Lesson 3 October 4, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
A system of linear equations is not always _ equations with _ variables.
The solution of a system of three equations can have one of _

Unit3ReviewDay2 October18,2016
Notes From Live Class/Recording:
Interval Notation and Number Lines:
Solving Systems:
Solve using Linear Combination:
Solve using Substitution:
Graphs and Inequalities:
Whatisaboundaryline?
Whatdoesitmeanwhentheboundarylinei

Unit 4 Lesson 4: Fractional Exponents and Higher Roots October 24, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
The nth root of b is written_?
Fill in the table
Radicand
b>0
b<0
b=0
N is evan
N is odd
Notes

Unit 3 Lesson 6 mm-
A digital music service offers a subscription plan with an A movie rental company offers a membership plan
$11 membership fee and charges $1.50 per download. How that costs $10 per month and charges $2 to rent
many songs can a member d

1.08 Normal Distribution September 6, 2016
Notes from the Get Ready section of the online lesson
What does a bell curve look like? _
Notes from the learn section of the online lesson. (to be filled out as you go over the
lesson)
Mean
Median
Mode Skewed

Unit1Lesson13:FindStandardScores September14,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Therearetwowaystoreadazdistributiontable.
Youcanlookupa_andfindthe_totheleftofthatscore.
Youcanlookupthe_totheleftofa

1.04 Binomial Distributions: September 1, 2016
Notes from the Get Ready section of the online lesson
A variable has a binomial distribution if _
Definitions- (to be filled out as you go over the lesson)
Binomial DistributionIndependent eventMutually exclu

Unit4Lesson3:Simplify Radical Expressions October20,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Aradicalexpressionisanexpressionwitha_whichlookslike_
Therearethreerulesforsimplifyingaradicalexpression.
Rule

Comp|ete thse problems and check them in the on your own section of the course.
The number, 0.8869, represents the area under the standard normal Suppose that a set of data is normally distributed.
curve below a particular z-score. Above which z-score doe

3.08 Systems of Linear Inequalities October 11, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
A System of Linear Inequalities is_.
When two linear inequalities are graphed on the same coordinate plane they _.

Algebra II Unit 3 Portfolio Exemption Form
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Unit 4 Lesson 7: Complex Numbers 10/16/16
BEFORE CLASS:
Get Ready: *Get this information from the Get Ready section of the online lesson*
From 60 Second Math: Complex Numbers can be added the same way binomials can? True False
Show work: (3+4i) + (5-8i)
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Unit 3 Lesson 6 October 6, 2016
Before Class:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Inequalities can be combined with the _ or _.
The solution set of a conjunction is the set of _ _ that satisfy _ inequalities.
Think Ab

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Remember, on all of these problems your rst goal is to
pick one variable (x or y) in both equations and make
them opposite in sign and the same coefcient. Then
all y

Unit 4 Lesson 6 October 25, 2016
Before Class:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Real numbers are all numbers that can be written as a _, including decimals that continue without end.
Numbers that are not real can s

Unit3Lesson9:LinearProgramming October12,2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Get Ready: *Get this information from the Get Ready section of the online lesson*
*Explainhowyougotyouranswer:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
Each_isapo

Unit 3 Lesson 7 October 10, 2016
BEFORE CLASS:
Learn: *Get this information from the Learn section of the online lesson*
When the equals sign in a linear equation is replaced with an inequality sign, the statement becomes a linear
_. Ordered pairs that ma