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25 - Transformations of Functions
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graphs of functions.
I Use reflections to sketch graphs of functions.
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Inequalities with Two Variables Guided Notes Section 4.12
Example 1: Graph the solution set for the inequal
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correlation between television watching and crime. Criticize this
statement on statistical grounds.
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Guided Notes: Graphing Linear Equations
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Slope = _ _
An equation that makes a _
when you graph it
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GUIDED NOTES: SOLVE & GRAPH COMPOUND LINEAR INEQUALITIES
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powerpoint with the math equations. The students
will solve the problems and check off the correct
answer of the problem displayed. In order to win, the
student will have to check off 5 in a
Algebra Review Row Race Group Members:
Each member must work at least one problem. Be careful with your work because others are relying on your
answer. There is no talking until you have completed the whole race and the teacher has che
The facts: Last year, Jill and Jack were the same height.
Give some possible heights for Jill and Jack:
Place dots at any possible point to show the heights of Jill and Jack:
Write an equation (Use x for Jill and y for Jack):
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