Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Algebra (Class 84)
In today’s class we continue our work examining the relationship between the length of the side and the area of a rectangle with a fixed perimeter in order to develop equations which can be used to describe and predict different measurements of these rectangles.
§12-4 (Txt. p.572) Graphs of Quadratic Functions
Mathematics is about generalizing and applying patterns.
Equations can be written to represent quadratic relationships.
Equation can be used to predict key features of a graph of a parabola.
Calculate the area of a rectangle with a fixed perimeter given one dimension.
Graph non-linear data.
Use graphs and equations to make predictions.
Determine the perimeter of a rectangle given a table of values or graph.
Create equations given a graph or a table of values that can be used to predict the area of a rectangle with a fixed perimeter when the length is known.
Txt. p. 656-657 #1-5 ODD, 15-25 ODD
Txt. p.675 #1-3
Practice Worksheet: Worksheet: Which Member of Fred Ferd’s Family Thinks He’s a Pen?”
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Chapter 12: Quadratic Equations
Txt. p.662-663 #1, 9, Solve #35 and 43 by factoring, Solve #32 and 53 by completing the square, Solve #23 and 31 by using the Quadratic Formula
ACE #3, 6-8, 10, 12-16, 27
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