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MATH ACTIVITIES Jessah Marie Banayo Jude Carlo Bolivar

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Across 1. the form is ax2 + bx + c = 0 1. the form is ax2 + bx + c = 0 2. set from which the Y values are taken 4. set of all first coordinates 12. written as N X 10 n 13. example is x + 2 < 10 14. all second coordinates Down 1. can be in the form ax2 + bx + c 0 3. named after RENE DESCARTES 5. set of values that make an open sentence true 6. non-empty collection of ordered pairs 7. the y- coordinate 8. the x- coordinate 8. the x- coordinate 9. are not solution of the original equation 9. are not solution of the original equation 10. the ratio between the rise to the run 10. the ratio between the rise to the run 11. divides the parabola into two equal parts

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WORD PROBLEMS The ratio of an angle to its complement is 2/3. Find the angle. With a certain sum of money, a vendor was able to buy shirts at P100 each. If the price had been P4 less; he would have obtained 2 more shirts. How much money did the vendor have? How many liters of pure acetic acid must be mixed with 3L of a 30% acetic acid to obtain a pure mixture of 65%? A car covers a certain distance at an average speed of 60km/h. If its speed is increases by 10km/h, the same distance is traveled in half an hour less. How many kilometers is the distance involved? What is the speed of a car if an increase of 5km/h saves 24 minutes in covering 180 km? Pete can do a piece of work in 6 hours less time than Rick. Together, they can do a work in 7 hours and 12 minutes. How long will each take working alone?

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FIND ME… CARTESIAN PLANE CODOMAIN DOMAIN EXTRANEOUS ROOTS LINE OF SYMMETRY NUMBERS OPEN SENTENCE ORDINATE RANGE RELATION SLOPE SOLUTION SET

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ECHBHKIUYRJGDZS HTADOMAINAGTJTJ QBARFZQUENAEOKY OBFNTIHTDGSOXSV PMGVIEWYFERCOUN ELDJFDSDGSFLXZO NVLMRGRIULUMSSI SDEPFZROATNRLKT ETGRDSEUINEOSKA NGITTNMOPBPOLLL TTGAAENZMENLWRE EUBRTSXUWTRTAVR NRTZEUNAFEDLXNQ CXMTNIAMODOCNQE ELINEOFSYMMETRY

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