Homework Lesson 3.7 Systems - Substitution and Elimination
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Solve by graphing.
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2.
Solve by either elimination or substitution. Classify each as consistent or inconsistent. If the
sys
Homework Lesson 3.6 Linear Systems
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Solve each system by graphing. (Solve means identify the point of intersection!)
1.
y = (4/3)x + 3
2.
y=x+2
y = (-2/3)x 3
x = -
Lesson 3.3 Point-Slope Form Notes
Important Vocabulary
Independent Variable the variable that can be controlled; the _
variable.
_ is USUALLY the independent variable.
Dependent Variable the variable
Line of Best Fit Practice Problems
Write a real-life scenario that would be modeled by the data. Draw a line of
best fit and write the equation of your line in point-slope form and slope
intercept for
Sometimes at sporting events, people in the audience perform a rolling motion in the
crowd called the wave. You and your class will investigate how long it takes different-size
groups to do the wave.
Homework Lesson 3.3 Fitting a Line to Data part 2
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1. Write the equation of each line in point-slope form. Then convert to slope-intercept.
2. Write the equation o
Homework Lesson 3.3 Point-Slope Form part 1
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1. This table shows how long it took to lay tile for hallways of different lengths
Length of
hallway (ft)
Time (min)
3
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Open Ended
Answer the following open-ended. Be sure to explain or show your work.
a. Graph y = 3x + 1 on the coordinate plane below.
b. Write an equation of the line through point (-1,3) that
Homework Lesson 3.2 Revisiting Slope
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1. Graph each equation on the coordinate plane below.
a. y = -3x 1
b. x 2y = -8
c. y = 2x
2. Write the equation of the line i
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Investigation: Match Point
Part 1 Match as many recursive formulas, graphs, and linear equations together. Note: Not everything will be
matched
i. y = 3x 4
ii. y = x + 4
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Homework Lesson 3.1 Arithmetic Sequences and Linear Equations
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1. Find an explicit formula for each recursively defined arithmetic sequence. Then use
the formula t
Q uestion:Howmanywhitetrianglesarethereatstage20?
Part 1: How to make a Sierpinski Triangle
1. Start with an equilateral triangle.
2. Make a mark at the halfway point on each of the sides of the equil
Homework Lesson 1.1 Recursively Defined Sequences
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1. Find the common difference, d, for each arithmetic sequence and the common ratio, r, for
each geometric seque