Dual Credit Algebra
of Conics (Part I )
In Algebra I and the first Semester of Algebra II we looked at the intersection of lines:
Graphical Solutions of Linear Systems in Two Variables
on Function Inverses (7-6 , 7 -7)
Part 1. Here is the mapping diagrams for a function. What does the inverse of this function look
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on Fllipses (10-4)
Draw the graph of the parabola corresponding to each situation given below.
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on Hyperbolas (10-5)
Write the standard form of the equation that best describes each of the graphs shown below.
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- Exploring Conic Sections (10-1) and Parabolas (10-Z)
Now try it the other way around. Write the standard form of the equation that best describes each of the graphs
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- Exploring Conic Sections (10-1) and Hyperbolas
Draw the graph of the hyperbola corresponding to each equation given below.
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- Pascal's Triangle (6-8)
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Graphing Systems of Equations (3- 1)
Solve each of these systems by graphing.
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Equations of Lines
Therd are three basic forms for the equation of a line:
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- Homework Solving Systems of Equations (3-2)
Part 1. Algebra Practice. Solve each system in the manner directed.
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Part 1: The Power of AND
Each of these problems shows a system of inequalities. Show your solution set on the number line, written as a
compound inequality and written in interval notation.
- Practice with Matrix Products (a-3)
Today's lesson covered two different approaches to multiplication and matrices- finding the dot
product of a scdar with a matrix and finding & crosryfqdpct of two matrices. What would
- Graphing Systems of Equations (3-1)
What are the key vocabulary terms in this section? Write a brief definition of each in your own words,
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- solving Systems of Equations Algebraically (3-z)
What are the key vocabulary terms in this section? Write a brief definition of each in your own words.
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- Linear Programming (3-4)
What are the key vocabulary terms in this section? Write a brief definition of each in your own
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warm-up. simolilv each of these mathematrcal stetements.
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