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Perimeter add up all the sides add
Area use the formulas multiply Parallelogram Rectangle (Square) Triangle These formulas are NOT given to you on the test!!
Volume use the formula multiply This formula is NOT given to you on the test!!
Positive Slope the line goes up
Negative Slope the line goes down
Parallel Lines have the same … Slope
Nope, this is y = +xNope, this is y = ??Nope, this is y = +x 2 Use what you now about lines and parabolas.
Mean average Add up all the numbers and divide by the # of numbers
Median middle Put the numbers in order, then find the middle number.
Mode most Find the number that appears the most.
Reciprocal flip DOES NOT CHANGE THE SIGN!
Opposite change the sign. The opposite of a positive is negative The opposite of a negative is positive
%percent convert to decimal and multiply move the decimal 2 places to the left What is 25% of 60? (0.25)(60) =15
Scientific Notation positive # is a big # negative # is a small # must be greater than or equal to 1 and SMALLER than 10 move decimal to the RIGHT move decimal to the LEFT
Square Root symbol What # times itself equals the inside?
Absolute Value symbol makes the number positive NEVER negative
when solving, there will be 2 answers
Equations or Inequalities Plug it in, plug it in…
Positive correlation (relationship)
Negative correlation (relationship)
No correlation (relationship)
Probability write as a fraction What you want Total
Sumaddition Differencesubtraction Productmultiplication Quotientdivision
Pythagorean Theorem Tells us the lengths of the sides
Whenever you see a RIGHT triangle, think these numbers.
Reflection think mirror Where is the mirror? y -axis
Reflection think mirror Where is the mirror? x -axis
Congruent Same Shape Same Size
Triangle interior angles add to Online Demo
Flash Cards. Perimeter add up all the sides add Area use the formulas multiply Rectangle (Square) Triangle.
Test Taking Strategies circle important terms underline any numbers Mark the Text double-underline the question Cross out wrong answers Use LOGIC Plug.
Front Side of Flash Card..two integers 41 lies between… *to find an answer… Back Side of Flash Card Choose a perfect square SMALLER and BIGGER than 41.
Review #1. SOLVING LINEAR EQUATIONS, INEQUALITIES AND ABSOLUTE VALUES Multi-Step Equations Solve each equation. Check your solution. 1) 4x – 12.
GHSGT MATH QUICK REVIEW. PYTHAGOREAN ’ S THEOREM ***Remember – use only in a right triangle. *** a² + b² = c² C is always opposite of the right angle.
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Measures of Central Tendency Mean – average, add and divide by number of numbers Median – middle number, order from least to greatest & find middle number.
MIDTERM REVIEW 2016 CC ALGEBRA 1. FUNCTIONS Vertical Line Test X’s do not repeat (6, 9), (9, 0), (-1, 6) ONE x for ONE y!
Review of Exponents, Squares, Square Roots, and Pythagorean Theorem is (repeated Multiplication) written with a base and exponent. Exponential form is.
Learning Outcomes MAT 060. The student should be able to model and solve application problems while learning to: 1. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
Linear Equations with Fractions Linear Equations with Variables on Both Sides Literal Equations (more than one variable) Inequalities.
Sasha Tryanichev. “The amount of space on a 2 dimensional object.” There is a specific formula that you must follow to find the area of each shape. Triangle:
TAKS Mathematics Review. When you use scientific notation, remember these words: power of 10 a number having 10 as scientific notation a way of its.
Matt Thrasher Upward Bound Academic Advisor North Hennepin Community College ACT MATH PREP.
Math Vocabulary Project By: J’amezz Martin. Integer A whole number; a number that is not a fraction.
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents. Percents as Decimals To write a percent as a decimal, divide by 100 and remove the percent symbol. Example 1: 63% 63.
MATH VOCABULARY. INTEGER A positive or negative number.
FLASH CARDS. 1, 1, 1, 2, 3 Piece of data that shows up the most.
Decimals; Add and Subtract Adding and subtracting decimals.
MATH STAAR 8TH GRADE REVIEW PLEASE REMEMBER!! You must TRY each problem! Underline important statements! Bubble as you go DO YOUR BEST!!!
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Sometimes, always, never? 1. If you multiply an even number by 5, the answer is a multiple of A hexagon has no lines of symmetry. 3. If you fold.
By definition 25 is the number you would multiply times itself to get 25 for an answer. Because we are familiar with multiplication, we know that 25.
Inequalities. Equation Inequality A statement that asserts the equality of 2 terms A relationship between 2 terms that are of unequal value Contains an.
By: Adrianna Williams. Scatter Plots Plots scattered everywhere Plots are going up Plots are going down.
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Absolute Value Equalities and Inequalities Absolute value: The distance from zero on the number line. Example: The absolute value of 7, written as |7|,
1. Having the same value. reflection equivalent expression solution.
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Rectangle A rectangle is a four- sided polygon (a flat shape with straight sides) where every angle is a right angle (90°). Also opposite sides are parallel.
INVESTIGATION #1 * Identify Locations (points) on a coordinate grid by using coordinate pairs. (x, y) For example: (5, 3) To draw parallel lines - use.
Guide to Math Knowledge. Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships.
SCALE FACTOR. PYTHAGOREAN AND THEOREM USE A2 + B2 = C2 IF YOU KNOW C C2 + A2 =B2.
Area & Perimeter Learning Objectives: 1.Learn to find perimeter and area of simple & compound/composite shapes. 2.Practice solving problems involving area.
Distance formula 1. 1 Slope 2 2 Midpoint Formula 3.
Order of Operations: Mathematicians must follow a specific order when solving a multi step problem. For each operation work left to right. Absolute Value:
Review of Inequalities Less than/ Greater than Less than or equal to/ Greater than or equal to Represented with an open circle on a number line. Does not.
Review: Final Math Exam Tom Steward. Chapter. 1 The problem solving plan 1.read and understand 2.make a plan 3.solve the problem 4.look back.
SOLVING INEQUALITIES Step 1: Subtract 5 from both sides Step 2: Make a Clean Sweep Final Answer +5 – 5 equals 0, leaving “x” all by itself=) Since -9 and.
Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples The set of whole numbers and their opposites. integer Definition Characteristics Examples Non-examples.
Introduction It is not uncommon for people to think of geometric figures, such as triangles and quadrilaterals, to be separate from algebra; however, we.
Pre-Requisite Information Pre-Calculus Day 1. Standard Form Ax + By= C NO FRACTIONS A cannot be negative Slope is –A/B Parallel Lines Perpendicular Lines.
3.1 Solving Linear Equations Part I A linear equation in one variable can be written in the form: Ax + B = 0 Linear equations are solved by getting “x”
THE PYTHAGOREAN THEOROM Pythagorean Theorem What is it and how does it work? a 2 + b 2 = c 2 What is it and how does it work? a 2 + b 2 = c 2.
THIS IS With Host... Your FractionsPolygonsPrimesAveragesDecimal System Random.
OBJECTIVE I will use the Pythagorean Theorem to find missing sides lengths of a RIGHT triangle.
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