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# Monthly Archives: January 2011

## Day 98 and 99 – January 31, February 1

Algebra 1a: Chapter 7, Lesson 5, page 323 Equations and Slope An equation `y=mx+b` is called the slope-intercept equation of a line. The slope is `m` and the y-intercept is `b`. Without having to plot points, or make a T … Continue reading

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## Day 95 thru 97 – January 26, 27, 28

Algebra 1a: Chapter 7, Lesson 4, page 318. Slope of a Line The slope of a line is the tilt or slant. The slope is defined as the letter `m` and `m=(rise)/(run)`, where the `rise` is the change in the … Continue reading

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## Day 93 and 94 – January 24, 25

Algebra 1a: 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 … Continue reading

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## Day 91 and 92 – January 20, 21

Algebra 1a: Chapter 7, Lesson 2, page 309. Graphing Equations We can graph an equation, by building a T-chart of values for both x and y. You can choose any values for `x ` and `y` when making your T-chart. … Continue reading

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## Day 89 and 90 – January 18, 19

Algebra: Chapter 7, Lesson 1, page 304. 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 points `(0, 0)` exists. A fancy word … Continue reading

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## Day 84 and 85 – January 11, 12

Algebra 1a – BENCHMARK #4 REVIEW Skills Practice 10 and 11 are great reviews for the Benchmark. Make sure that your notes are up-to-date and all your questions answered in class. Follow these steps and you can’t go wrong … … Continue reading

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## Day 83 – January 10

Algebra 1a: 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 … Continue reading

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## Day 81 and 82 – January 6, 7

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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