Station 1:
1. _
Transitive Property
2. _
Converse of a statement
8. _
Straight angle
A. 2 lines that intersect to form right
angles.
B. AB=AB
C. 2 coplanar lines that do not
intersect.
D. 2 noncoplanar lines that do not
intersect.
E. 2 angles whose sum is
Outline for Quarterly 3
Chapter P :
P1 Absolute value and distance P- 7
Interval and Set Builder Notation : P- 8
Simplify Variable Expressions P 13
Practice Problems P -15
P2 Evaluate an Exponential Expression P- 20
Simplify Exponential Expressions P- 22
ALGEBRA 3 / TRIG
NAME_
2.1 - 2.2 Study guide
Directions: Do all necessary work neatly and in pencil on notebook paper. You MUST show
work in order to receive credit and your work MUST be done algebraically. All
answers are to be in simplest form. Place on
ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA III: 1.4 1.5 STUDY GUIDE
1.4
Other Types of Equations
To solve polynomial equations with degrees higher than 2, you must follow the following steps:
1. Factor as far as you can (Always look for GCF First)
2. Set each quantity equal to
ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA III
1.1 1.3 STUDY GUIDE
1.1
Linear & Absolute Value Equations
To solve a linear equation that contains fractions, you want to eliminate those fractions by multiplying the
entire equation by the Least Common Denominator (LCD)
Example 1:
ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA III
P.4 P.6 STUDY GUIDE
P.4
Factoring
x 2 y 2 = ( x + y)( x y)
1. Difference of Squares
i.e.
4x 2 9 y 2 = ( 2x + 3 y)( 2x 3y)
i.e.
36 x 4 49 z 4 = 6 x 2 + 7 z 2 6 x 2 7 z 2
Try:
81a 4 16b 4 =
Try:
9 x 2 25 y 2 =
(
)(
)
x 2 + 2 xy + y 2
ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA III
(P. 1 P.3 STUDY GUIDE)
SETS we use the following to characterize numbers with similar characteristics
Real numbers all rational and irrational numbers
Rational numbers all terminating or repeating decimals and/or fractions
i.e. , 2
Elements of Adv. Algebra & Trig
Mrs. Sinha- Class Requirements (2011-2012)
Grading Policy:
Marking period consist of Tests/Quizzes/Pojects( 70%) and
homework/class
participation / pop up quiz( 30%)
1. Homework - Mostly odd numbered problems are assigned e
Name_
Elements of Geometry
Date_ Period_
3.4 Find and Use Slope of Lines
The _ of a nonvertical line is the ratio of _
_ to _ between
any two points on the line.
If a line in the coordinate plane passes through points _ and _ then
_:
m = _= _= _
Slopes of
Quarterly 2 Review Answers:
1. a. x = 30
m6 = 50o
b. x= 3
9. x = 40o
c. x = 95
2.
1
2
3.
1
1
a. slopes and - parallel
2
2
10. a. equilateral
b. isosceles
2
2
and - - neither
3
5
b. slopes
c. slopes
4
1
and - - perpendicular
1
4
c. scalene
11. a. right tr
Chapter 6 Review: Station 1:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Station 2:
1. The perimeter of a rectangle is 154 feet. The ratio of the length to the width is
10:1. Find the length and width.
2. Solve the proportion:
y
3
=
a.
20 10
b.
4
2
=
a 3 5
c.
2p +5 9p
=
3
1
Station 3
Geometry Quarterly 1 Answers:
Station 1:
1. G
2. I
3. K
4. A
5. F
6. B
7. N
8. T
9. D
10. L
11. M
12. C
13. H
14. R
15. J
16. S
17. Q
18. O
19. E
20. P
Station 2:
9. plane BAC
10. AC or EF
11. AE or AC
Station 3:
1. 7 and 4 , 3 and 6
2. line HD perpendicu
1. Find the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a(n):
a. Octagon
b. 16-gon
2. Find the value of x:
a.
b.
c.
3. The measures of the interior angles of a quadrilateral are x,
2x, 3x, and 4x. What are the degree measures of the
angles?
1. The sum o
P.1 : THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM
The real number system evolved over time by expanding the notion of what we mean by the word number. At first, number meant something you
could count, like how many sheep a farmer owns. These are called the natural numbers, or