This is a powerpoint presentation used to introduce scatter plots and trend lines. Positive CorrelationNegative Correlation OutliersInterpolationExtrapolation CausationUsed the following steps.1. Plotting coordinates from an x/y table.2. Drawing a
This powerpoint can be used to help a class write rules for the transformation of the absolute value parent function. Graphing the function using an x/y table, and then comparing the vertex to that of the parent function.
This presentation teaches students how to graph systems of linear equations. Slope-interceptStandardPoint-slopeIt looks at graphing by changing each form into a slope-intercept equation, by isolating "y." As well as using, x-intercept c/a,
Short into solving an inequality and graphing on the number line, reminding students to flip the inequality if multiplying or dividing by a negative. Graphing a system of linear inequalitiesSlope-intercept formStandard formPoint-slope formTest
Addition and Subtraction Properties of EqualityMultiplication Property of EqualitySubtract equations with same coefficientsAdd equations with opposite coefficientsMultiplying one equationMultiplying both equations