7.1 Developing Systems of Linear Equations
Example 1:
A team of 22 soccer players is trying to get to a game and some parents have offered to drive.
There are some larger vehicles that carry 4 players and smaller vehicles that carry only 2 players.
There
Math 10
Chapter 6 Notes
Ms. Morrison
6.6 The general form equation
Goals: Rewrite an equation in general form, graph a line, determine the slope, use an
equation to solve a word problem.
General Form of the Equation of a Linear Relation
Ax + By + C = 0 is
Math 10
Chapter 6 Notes
Ms. Morrison
6.5 The slopepoint equation
Goals: Graph a line, determine the equation of a line, use an equation to solve a word
problem.
Slope-Point Form of the Equation of a Linear Function
The equation of a line that passes throu
7.2 Solving a Linear System Graphically
Example 1:
Determine the solution the linear system by graphing:
9
3 2 12
You try:
Determine the solution the linear system by graphing:
2 4 8
5
Example 2:
A plane heading to Edmonton (1000 km away) leaves Vancouv
Math 10
Chapter 5 Notes
Ms. Morrison
5.2 Properties of Functions
Developing the concept of a function
Warm-up:
Describe each relation in words:
_
_
What is a function?
Which relation above is a function?
Try this:
For each relation below
a) Determine whet
Math 10
Chapter 6 Notes
Ms. Morrison
6.4 The slopeintercept equation
Goals: Graph a line, determine the equation of a line, use an equation to solve a word
problem.
Slope-Intercept Form of the Equation of a Linear Function
The equation of a linear functio
Math 10 6.1 & 6.2 Practice
1.
2.
Name: _
3.
4. Which of the following represents a line that passes through the point (6,4) and is perpendicular to a line with
a slope of
?
5.
6.
7. Is this a parallelogram, rectangle or neither? Show your work to explain
Math 10
Chapter 5 Notes
Ms. Morrison
5.3 Interpreting and Sketching Graphs
A graph provides a visual picture of how two different measurements are related.
Watch each video and interpret the story with a graph.
2
Math 10
Chapter 5 Notes
Ms. Morrison
Now i
Math 10
Chapter 6 Notes
Ms. Morrison
6.1 Slope
Goals: Calculate slope, draw a line with a certain slope, and interpret what a slope means in a word
problem.
Goal #1: Calculate Slope
Slope Formula:
Slope =
Example 1: calculate the slope
You try: Calculate
Station 1:
3.
4.
Station 2:
5. Solve each linear system by graphing. Verify your solutions (plug in and check) .
GRAPH:
SOLUTION:
VERIFY:
Station 3:
Equations:
Graph:
Solution:
Station 4:
#12
Equations:
Graph:
Solution:
Station 5: #13
Equations:
Graph:
So
Foundations of Mathematics 12 5.5
5.5 DEPENDENT EVENTS AND CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
Goal: Understand and solve problems that involve dependent events and conditional probability.
Dependent Events
Events whose outcomes are affected by each other; for exampl
Foundations of Mathematics 12 4.7
4.7 - SOLVING COUNTING PROBLEMS
Goal: Soft-e counting problems that involve permutations and combinations.
Vt'hen solving counting problems. you need to determine if order plays a role in the situation. Once this is
est