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# Monthly Archives: October 2008

## Day 47 – October 30

Algebra: Chapter 7, Lesson 3, page 313 Linear Equations and their Graphs Linear equation have to have variables with a power of 1, NO mixed variable products and NO variables in an equation in the denominator. The easiest way to … Continue reading

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## Day 46 – October 29

Algebra: Chapter 7, Lesson 1 and Lesson 2, pages 304 and 309 Chapter 7-1 Coordinates Coordinates are defined as `(x, y)` where the x-axis runs left to right and the y-axis runs up and down. The origin is where the … Continue reading

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## Day 44 – October 27

Algebra: Chapter 4 Review Skills Practice 11 and Mixed Review 4 plus the end of the chapter for review! Update your notes and review tonight!

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## Day 43 – October 24

Algebra: Chapter 4, Lesson 6, page 194 Reasoning Strategies Three steps to follow: UNDERSTAND the problem Develop and carry out a PLAN Find the ANSWER and CHECK You can also these strategies: Draw a diagram Make an organized list Look … Continue reading

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## Day 42 – October 23

Algebra, Chapter 4, Lesson 5, page 187. Using Inequalities We learned key phrases for lesson 5 (word translation problems): “Less than or equal to”, “is at most”, “no more than” — ≤ “No less than”, “at least”, “more than or … Continue reading

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## Day 41 – October 22

Algebra: Chapter 4, Lesson 4, page 183. Using the Properties Together Inequalities of 2 steps We do the same, again, as equalities and solve by: Distributing when required Combining like terms Adding or subtracting terms to isolate variables and numbers … Continue reading

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## Day 40 – October 21

Algebra: Chapter 4, Lesson 3, page 180. The Multiplication Property of Inequalities The property states if `c` is POSITIVE if `a < b`, then `ac < bc` and if `a > b`, then `ac > bc` Where `c` is NEGATIVE … Continue reading

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## Day 39 – October 20

Algebra: Chapter 4, Lesson 2, page 175. The Addition Property of Inequalities Don’t forget, the equations: if `a < b`, then `a + c < b + c` if `a > b`, then `a + c > b + c` … Continue reading

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