Test# 3 Extra Practice
1.
Name _
We will consider two warthogs consuming their food. Below is a graph for Warthog Willie. Warthog Wilma
(graph not given) consumes her food according to the equation p = -
1
t+7 .
2
A. Which warthog, Willie or Wilma, eats t
For #14, find the slope of the line.
1.
Through (3, 2) and (5, 8)
4.
Through (3, 2) and (5, 2)
5.
Graph the line with slope -
2.
Through (3, 5) and (5, -1)
3.
1
that passes through the point given by (-2, 3).
3
Give the coordinates for one other point on
Temperature Conversion Activity
The Fahrenheit temperature, F, and the Celsius temperature C, of an object are related
by a linear function. Water boils at 100C, or 212F, and water freezes at 0C, or 32F.
Show your reasoning/process as you work each proble
Measurement Conversions
Clement (2013)
Many types of practical problems (including distance, rate, and time problems and many
problems involving home improvement projects) can be completed using an analysis of units of
measurement. So, lets review the two
Eight Strategies of Problem Solving
Name(s) _
Complete each of the following problems, using the suggested strategy. Show work to support each solution.
1.
Draw a Picture
In a horse race, when a horse is ahead of another horse so that his tail is even wit
Algebra Tiles Activities
1.
Name _
Use the following drawing to multiply 3(x + 1).
3(x + 1) = _
2.
Multiply 2(x + 4). Draw a diagram to support your answer.
3.
Simplify (2x + 3) + (4x + 2). Draw a diagram to support your answer.
4.
Simplify (2x2 + 3x + 1)
The Dinner Tables Problem
With one chair on a side (as shown in the diagrams below) and one person per chair, what is the
maximum number of people that can be seated at the following table arrangements?
Now complete the following function table.
Number of
Patterns Activity
Name _
Look for a pattern in the following numerical and geometric sequences. Algebra is the study of patterns!
1.
1, 5, 9, 13, _ , _ , _
Explanation of the pattern:
Is this sequence arithmetic, geometric, or neither of these? _
Find the
A Lesson in Perspective
Examine Bill Gates' wealth compared to yours: Consider the average American of
reasonable but modest wealth. Perhaps he has a net worth of $100,000. Mr. Gates'
worth is 610,000 times larger - which means that if something costs $10