2.3 Graphs of Linear EquationsName. Recall graphing from Slope-Intercept Form. m: slope: m: slope. b: y-intercept: b: y-intercept. Finding slope from two points. Example 3: a. Find the slope using the formula given ( 3, 4) and (5, 8). Substitute into the formula m = = =.
Gain Mathematical in Calculus through Multiple Representations! Nancy Norem Powell. BloomingtonHigh School. Nancy Powell s. Favorite Graphing Activities. to Learn Calculus. Nancy Norem Powell, NBCT. Lead Teacher, Mathematics Department. BloomingtonHigh School.
Algebra I and Geometry EOC FAQ s. Do 8th graders in Algebra or Geometry take the 8th grade STAAR Test? No. You take the exam for the course in which you are enrolled, so anyone taking Geometry will only take the Geometry End-of-Course exam (EOC). Like-wise.
NWP QUESTIONS version 3. These questions relate to information in the assigned NWP COMET modules. Some questions create notes that help you pass the quizzes. Where it says T/F it is sufficient to indicate true or false. Where it says list several unambiguous.
Course Description: Algebra II emphasizes polynomial, rational and exponential expressions, equations, functions, the complex number system, trigonometricfunctions, and statistics skills. Students build upon previous knowledge of equations and inequalities.
STAT 3115Q Homework 6Due Wednesday, October 24th. This week s data assignment uses two data files which are named HW6Af12.sav and HW6Bf12.sav. In this experiment, you wish to evaluate the folk wisdom that states, Fish is brain food . Because it is difficult.
January Regional Statistics Team Round Solutions. The numbers should be placed in a list, and by obtaining the 1-variable statistics, the mean, quartiles, and number of outliers can be determined. By placing the numbers in a list, they can be sorted.
Predictive models to estimate utility from clinical questionnaires in schizophrenia Findings from EuroSC. Predictive model 3: Predicting sub-scores using only the PANSS scores. We also derived a model for predicting sub-scores using only the PANSS scores.
LAB REPORT CHECKLIST Design. Aspect 1: Defining problem and selecting variables. Aspect 2: Controlling variables. Aspect 3: Developing a method for the collection of data. LAB REPORT CHECKLIST Data Collection & Processing. Aspect 1: Recording Raw Data. Aspect 2: Processing Raw Data.
Seminar for the. William Lowell Putnam. Mathematical Competition. Instructor: Dr. Amites Sarkar.
Project 1.2 Decimal Expansions of Rational Numbers. Steven Hedrick W1 W2. Mitchell Jordan. Nathan Walter. This project determines under what conditions the fractions of rational numbers will repeat or terminate. It also shows that a repeating decimal.
Final Project. The focus of this final project is on statistical inference and applying some of the techniques you have learned to some real world data. For this project you will work in assigned groups of three, submitting a joint report. (Group assignments.
Villa Joseph Marie High School. Mathematics Department. Course Syllabus -Honors Calculus. Textbook: Calculus of a Single Variable (Eighth Edition) Larson, Hostetler, Edwards. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, New York (2006). Instructor: Mr. Steven StodghillPhone: 215-357-8810 ext. 172.
Things to Know for Test. r is correlation. Correlation is a measure of strength of linear data. r2 is the percent of variation in y that can be explained by x. You predict a y value by plugging in your given x value. Residuals are , or actual y predicted y.
Statistics & Probability 2 Supplemental Problems. Draw a frequency diagram using intervals of five beginning at 0 (show the frequency table). Find the mean (no 1-var stat). Using your calculator find the mean, median and mode correct to three significant figures.
Mathematics: making links with the Computing curriculum. For mathematical challenges with FMS Logo see Programming page of Somerset Primary Computing Curriculum. For mathematical challenges with Scratch see Scratch Programming page (key development tools). Also Maths Cat (support sheet 4a).