Create and Rearrange Equations and Functions (11 questions)

Create and Rearrange Equations and Functions (11 questions)

I) Seeing Structure in Expressions questions) A) A.SSE.2, 3, (5 questions) a) Ch. 5 1, - 2, - 3 b) Ch. 8 - 4 c) Ch. 4 5 d) Ch. 7 1, - 2, - 3 (7

I) continued B) A.SSE.4 (1 questions) a) Ch. 9 5 Geometric Series II) Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rationals C) A.APR.2, 3 (4 questions) a) A.APR.2 ch. 5-2 Remainder Theorem - Long & Synthetic Division - Value of P(a) b) A.APR.3 ch. 5- 2, 6, 7 4 5

- zeroes of polynomials - graphs of polynomials II) Polynomials continued questions) A) A.APR.3 continued a) 4-5 Quadratics (vertex form) b) 5-2 Linear factors and zeroes c) 5-7 binomial expansion

(4 III) Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities ( 5 questions) A) A.REI.2 (2 questions) rational & radical equations a) Ch. 6-5 solving square root and other radical equations b) extraneous solutions?

c) Ch. 8-6 solving rational equations III) continued B) A.REI.11 (3 questions) Solving equations and inequalities graphically a) Ch. 3-1 solving systems graphically (bleh!) b) Ch. 5-3 Solving Polynomial Equations -Difference of Squares -Perfect Square Trinomials

-Factoring by Grouping -Factor out GCF III) continued C) A.REI.11 (3 questions) a) Ch. 7-5, 7-6 - exponential models - growth & decay models - compounding interest -logarithmic models

-natural logarithms b) ch. 8-6 solving rational equations IV) Interpreting Functions (6 questions) A) F.IF.4 (4 questions) a) Ch. 2-3 Linear Functions - slope-intercept form -interpreting and transforming b) Ch. 2-5 Using Linear Models -correlation

-scatter plots & trend lines IV) continued B) F.IF. 4 (4 questions) a) Ch. 4 -1, -2, -3 Quadratics - Transformations, vertex form - Standard form - Modeling IV) continued

C) F.IF.4 (4 questions) a) Ch. 5-1, 5-8 Polynomials b) Ch. 7-3 logarithms as inverses c) Ch. 13-1, -4, -5 Periodic Functions / Trig! - periodicity - Sine Functions - Cosine Function IV) continued D) F.IF.6 (1 questions)

a) rate of change (slopes) - identifying quadratic and polynomial data E) F.BF.1 (1 questions) a) Write and equation that represents a relationship between two quantities -linear, quadratic, exponential, function operations 6-6 on function operations V) Making Inferences and Justifying

Conclusions (5 questions) A) S.IC.3 (1 questions) a) Ch. 11-8 Sampling and Surveys - random sample, convenience sample, selected sample - survey vs. experiment - observational Study B) S.IC.4 (3 question) a) Ch. 11-8, -10 - use sample data to estimate a

and find margin of error population self- mean V) Continued (5 questions) C) S.IC.6 (1 questions) Evaluate reports based

on data a) Ch. 11-6 - analyzing data central tendency b) Ch. 11-7 - standard deviation

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