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Solving Equations Graphically

Solving Equations Graphically

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Solving Equations Graphically

Solving Equations Graphically

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Solving Quadratics Algebraically

Solving Quadratics Algebraically

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Applications of Equations

Applications of Equations

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Other Types of Equations

Other Types of Equations

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Inequalities

Inequalities

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What are the two ways to solve equations graphically?

Intersection Method and X-Intercept Method

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How many different ways are there to solve quadratics algebraically? Name them.

4: factoring, square roots, completing the square and quadratic formula.

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How many steps are there in the guidelines to solving applications of equations?

8

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What is the Algebraic Definition of Absolute Value?

If c is greater than or equal to 0, then the absolute value of c =c.
If c is less han zero, then the absolute value of c = -c.

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compound inequality

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Is x=6y(squared)+5 a function?

No, if we solve we will get two y values which means it isn't a function.

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True or false: If ab=0, then a=1 or b=1.

False, If ab=0, then a=0 or b=0.

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When checking a solution, what are three things that should happen?

They should make sense, satisfy the given conditions, and answer the origional question.

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True or false: the absolute value of c is equal to the absolute value of -c is a property?

True

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True or false: A basic principle of solving inequalities is that you can't multiply or divide the same positive value on both sides.

False, you can multiply and divide the same positive value on both sides.

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True or False: The following statements are equivalent....
r is a zero of function f
r is an x-intercept of the graph of f
x=r is a soluion of f(x)=0
x=r is a root of f(x)=0

TRUE

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Which way to solve requires a formula?

The quadratic formula.

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What is the formula needed to solve interest applications?

I=Prt
P represents the principal, r represents the annual interest rate, and t represents time in years.

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True or false: If A and B are algebraic expressions and A=B, then A to the nth power does not equal B to the nth power.

False, If A and B are algebraic expressions and A=B, then A to the nth power IS equal to B to the nth power.

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What do you have to do if you multiply or divide by a negative number when solving an inequality?

Flip the direction of the inequality symbol!!

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How may steps are there to solve an equation graphically using the Intersection Method?

2 steps

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What is the discriminant?

b(squared)-4ac

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What is the formula used to solve distance applications?

d=rt
d represents he distance traveld at rate r for time t.

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True or false: If f(x) divided by g(x) = zero, f(x) can't equal zero but g(x) can.

False, if f(x) divided by g(x) = zero, f(x) is equal to zero but g(x) can't be equal to zero.

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What are some examples of interval notation?

[3,9]
(3,9]
(3,9)
[3,9)

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How many steps are there to solve an equation graphically using the X-Intercept Method?

3 steps.

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True or false: If the answer to the discriminant is greater than 0, there are no solutions, if the answer is = to 0 there are 2 solutions, and if the answer is less than 0 there is 1 answer.

False, if the answer is greater than 0, there are 2 solutions. If the answer is = to 0, there is 1 solution and if the answer is less than 0, there are no real solutions.

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What are the 8 steps for solving applications of equations?

Read, label, draw, translate, consolidate, solve, find, check and interpret.

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What is the Geometric definition of absolute value?

The absolute value of c is the distance from c to 0 on the number line.

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What does it mean when you're using interval notation and the numbers are enclosed with parentheses? With brackets?

Parentheses mean that x is less than or greater than.
Brackets mean that x is less than or equal to, or greater than or equal to x.

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