Chapter 8: Summary of Graphing Quadratics Date: _
For uadratics in the form: all + bx + c
1. What does "a"tel| ou about the arabola?
If "a" is positive the parabola opens up U and thus has a minimum
If "a" is negative the parabola opens down and thus h
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Describe in words what happened to the parabola as a (the coefficient
5.2 Fitting quadratic relations using T|53+: Quadratic Regression Date:
1.To clear all memory
2. Scatter Plots.
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the x values. Press FNTFR' after each v
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34.2DCompositeShapesBballDiamond.notebook
Minds On
MeasurementDay34
Draw any shape with an area of 10cm2.
Draw a shape with a perimeter of 10cm.
IT'S A HOME RUN!
M.M. Robinson High School is considering
getting a brand new baseball diamond.
You have been
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1. A store owner usf rope for a rectangular dfsplay.
There [s a wall on one sfde.so the rope ls only used
forthe other 3 sldes.
a} lion}.r these rectangles.
Determrne the mlssmg measures.
10m
12m E!
14m : '
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Name: _
Perimeter
Perimeter is the distance around a polygon.
Find the perimeter of each polygon by adding the length of the sides.
38 km
67 cm
57 km
22 cm
23 m
22 cm
18 cm
Rectangle
Trapezoid
Perimeter = _
Square
Perimeter = _
Perimeter = _
134 km
23 km
SummarySheet.notebook
April12,2011
Ratio, Rate and Percent: What do I need
to know?
1. A ratio is a comparison of two numbers with the
_ _.
Two ratios are _ when they can be
reduced to the same ratio.
For example, both 12: 16 and 9: 12 reduce to _
so they
1OrderofOperations.notebook
February01,2011
OrderofOperations
Youcanremembertheorderofoperationsbyusingthememoryaid
BEDMAS.
B
Brackets
E
Exponents
D
Division
M
Multiplication(intheordertheyoccurfromlefttoright)
A
Addition
S
Subtraction(intheordertheyoccur