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7/7 HW

HW#43 p. 184: 2-32 Col 2 HW#44 p. 196 EE Col 3, WE 3-30 Col 3 HW#45 p. 374 EE 8-15 Col 2&3, WE 2-12 Col 2&3, 19-27 ODD HW#46 p. 376 EE 1-16 ALL, WE 1-53 Col 1 HW#47 … Continue reading

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Final Review HW assignment

p. 338: 1, 5, 9, 15, 27 p. 240: 13, 15, 25, 27, 33 p. 212: Chapter Review: 21, 42-49 p. 178: 1-12 ALL, 19-23 ALL, 27-35 ODD, 46-48, 51 p. 102: 1, 9, 14, 16 p. 98: 3 p. … Continue reading

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1st Semester Final- Key Concepts

Algebra II 1st Semester Final Concepts

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6/30 HW

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HW #39 p.367-368 Chapter Review 1-7, 11, 23, 25, 29, 31 P.339 1, 5-17 ODD p.321 21 p.230 25,29 p.225 25, 27, 31 p.213 30-38 p.179 1-6, 7-19 ODD, 33, 35 HW#40: p. 9: 1-23 ODD A.) Under which operations … Continue reading

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6/26 HW

Jun 26, 2014 HW #36 p.318 W.E 19, 20 p. 321 12, 21 p.328 W.E 6, 13, 17 Jun 26, 2014 HW #37 p.356 W.E 5, 7, 31, 39 Jun 26, 2014 HW #38 p.252 W.E 17 p.255 W.E 13 … Continue reading

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6/25 HW

Jun 25, 2014 HW #32 p. 356 1, 3, 9, 25, 29, 43 p. 362 W.E 1, 9, 11, 15 Jun 25, 2014 HW #33 p. 318 E.E 1, 3, 13, 19 W.E 15 p. 321 W.E 13, 17 Jun … Continue reading

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6/24 Lesson Overview

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Roots/Zeros/Solutions- ALL the same thing!  Solutions to an equation when it equals 0. The relationship between roots and factors, is that when something is in its factored form, it is easiest to find all of the roots.  For example: (x+3)(x-2)(3x+5) … Continue reading

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6/24 HW

Jun 24, 2014 HW #28 pg. 313 WE 25,29 pg. 218 EE 10-18 EVEN WE 19-25 ODD pg. 225 WE 5-13 ODD pg. 230 WE COL 4: 5-41, and  42 Jun 24, 2014 HW #29 pg. 203 EE 1-11 ODD WE … Continue reading

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6/23 HW and Lesson Overview

HW#25: p. 218 E.E. 11-17 ODD, W.E. 9-19 ODD Recall the zero product property: If ab=0, then either a=0 or b=0 (or both can equal 0).  So for example, if (x-3)x=0, either x-3=0, or x=0.  Solving for x in the first equation gives … Continue reading

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6/20 Lesson Overview

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