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 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 Elayna V teacher: Jimbo Lamb

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Unit 4 Preview Blog 1)Inductive Reasoning and Patterns- Evaluates propositions. Patterns are things that occur over and over again.
2)Functions-An input quantity that has only one value.
3)Linear Equations-Expression that has an equal sign and has a linear expression.
4)Slope- Steepness. mx+b is the formula.
5)Direct Variation- When x increases, y also increases by the same factor.
6)Systems of Linear Equations- A set of equations that you deal with all together and at one time.
7)The Growth Formula and Interest-Used to see how much a population is growing. Also known as growth rate, and percent change.
8)Inequality Relations-You can have less than, greater than, or equal to something to solve the equation.
9)Linear Inequalities and Their Graphs- You use the slope and the y-intercept. The slope formula.
10)Inverse Variation-The values of the two variables change into an opposite. One value will increase and the other value will decrease.
11)Polynomial Operations-Collection of terms put together with addition or subtraction. No variable exponent, no fraction exponent, and no negative exponent.
12)Quadratic Functions-f(x)=ax squared + bx +c is the formula.

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