Dani D -- Blogmeister
 Math for Standards 2011-12 The idea behind this blog is to allow students the chance to talk about math. Students do not often get this chance, and by talking about the different concepts, the students arrive at a better understanding. This leads them to be more involved in math.
 by Dani D teacher: Jimbo Lamb

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Unit 4 Preview Inductive Reasoning and Patterns- Inductive Reasoning is reasoning that solves proportions. Exp. 1. 90% of humans are right-handed. Patterns- Something that happens over again in the same exact order.
Functions- One value that solves an example for the function.
Linear Equations- An expression that has an equal sign.
Slope- A line that shows its steepness.
Direct Variation- When x increases, y increases.
Systems of Linear Equations- An expression that has an equal sign.
Growth formula and Interest- Used to see how much a population is growing.
Inequality relations- It shows if something is greater than, less than, or equal too.
Linear Inequalities and their graphs- its basically like an equation that you solve for x. Then you graph all the possible solutions to the inequality on the graph.
Inverse Variation- When x increases, y decreases.