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2 | In your own words, explain what a variable is. | Compare the differences between horizontal and vertical slopes. | See the following problem: (18x^3 y^6)/(72x^8 y^10 ) Describe how you would solve it. | In the following equation, decide what values are not allowed to replace x. 5/(x-3) Ã·(6/x+2) Explain why. | |||||||||||||||

3 | See the following equation: I=prt Define and explain what each variable means in this equation. | What is the difference between domain and range of a relation? Give an example of each. | List three ways to solve a system of equations. Create your own system of equations using two variables. | Can we use cross-multiplication in the following problem? 3/x Ã— 5/24 Why or why not? | |||||||||||||||

4 | In the following problem, explain which terms are like terms. 2ab+3ac-4bc-5ac Combine like terms. | Summarize the differences between direct and inverse variation. Give an example of each. | What process would be used to expand a(b+c)? Describe using this process in the problem. | Produce a linear inequality. Would the answer to your inequality be one point? Why or why not? | |||||||||||||||

5 | How many solutions exist if your lines coincide? What if they are parallel? Draw an example of each. | Explain what a difference of two squares is. Give an example. | Decide how you would teach what the rectangular coordinate system is to someone who was absent. Summarize your lesson for this student. | Would an experienced downhill skier want the slope of the hill to be 1/(10 ) or 9/10? Why? | |||||||||||||||

6 | In your own words, explain what a fraction is and give an example. | How does an expression differ from an equation? Give an example of each. | See the problem below. 2^3Ã—2^6 Explain if the answer is 2^9 or 2^18. Describe the basis for your answer. | If you were given the points (6, -12) and (6, -5), could you find the slope of the line passing through them? Why or why not? | |||||||||||||||

7 | State the quadratic formula. When do you use it? | Explain the difference between a radical expression and a rational expression. Give an example of each. | Describe what kind of solution the following system of equations has: 3x-y=1 | ||||||||||||||||

8 | and 3x-y= -6 | If we were to factor -3bc-3abc, would the answer be -3bc(-a)? Why or why not? | |||||||||||||||||

9 | When you look at a graph, how can you determine if it is a function? | Compare three ways of graphing a linear equation. | Describe what an inequality is and give an example. | Is an ordered pair two answers or one answer? Why? | |||||||||||||||

10 | Explain how you would factor x^2-13x+36. How would you check your answer? | Develop a quadratic equation. How does it differ from a linear equation? | Describe how the addition and multiplication principle is like a two-sided balance. | Decide whether y= x^2+3 is the graph of a line. Why or why not? | |||||||||||||||

11 | What is a common factor? Give an example. How would you factor out a common factor? | Explain how a ratio is different from a proportion. | A rectangle has a length two times the width. Describe how you would find the perimeter and area. | ||||||||||||||||

12 | Explain how you would find the LCD of 15/(x^2-16) and 7/(x-4). | Describe what a perfect square trinomial is. Give an example. | |||||||||||||||||

13 | Explain what the degree of this polynomial is. 4x^3-2x^4-5x^2 How do you know? | Without using a calculator, describe how you would find the square root of 800. | |||||||||||||||||

14 | Create a problem in which you need to divide rational expressions. Explain how to solve your problem. | In your own words, describe what a formula is. | |||||||||||||||||

15 | In the problem 2^5, explain which number is the base and which is the exponent. How would you solve the problem? | Classify and describe polynomials in three ways and give an example of each. | |||||||||||||||||

16 | In your own words, explain what the inequality a â‰¤1.25 means (a is the cost of apples). | What is scientific notation? Give an example and describe how to use it. | |||||||||||||||||

17 | A student was absent yesterday. Explain to him or her what square root means. | What does FOIL stand for? Describe how you would use it on (a+b)(c-d). | |||||||||||||||||

18 | What is the Pythagorean theorem? Under what circumstances do we use it? Create a problem in which to use this theorem. | ||||||||||||||||||

19 | What does substitution mean? Give an example and show how you would solve it. | ||||||||||||||||||

20 | What is order of operations? Why do we use it? | ||||||||||||||||||

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