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Pick a review topic In groups of 3-4 (depending on number of students and to cover all standards): Create Google presentation covering standard (include vocabulary) 1.Reviews topic thoroughly (divide up tasks at start – put names to paper) 2.Provides example problems and time to work through as a class 3.Everyone in the group should be an expert on the topic and be able to answer questions posed by class/teacher during presentation Create practice worksheet with answers Share presentation/practice with individuals in class via Google

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5.1 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities I can solve an absolute value equation or inequality. This means I can ◦ split the absolute value into 2 equations ◦ graph the solution on a number line (inequality) ◦ show algebra steps ◦ test the solution Vocabulary List absolute value, absolute value equation, absolute value inequality

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5.2 Rational Expressions and Equations 5.2 Rational Expressions and Equations (A2.2.C) I can simplify a rational expression. This means I can ◦ factor numerators and denominators ◦ cancel common factors when appropriate ◦ create common denominators when appropriate I can solve a rational equation. This means I can ◦ use a fraction buster to eliminate the denominator ◦ show algebra steps ◦ check for extraneous solutions Vocabulary List rational, fraction buster, common denominator, extraneous solution

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5.3 Radical Equations (A2.2.C) I can solve a radical equation. This means I can ◦ isolate the radical ◦ square both sides/show algebra steps ◦ check for extraneous solutions

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6.1 2D System of Equations (A2.1.A, A2.1.B) I can solve the system algebraically and graphically. This means I can ◦ identify the point(s) of intersection ◦ show the elimination or substitution step ◦ evaluate to find the other variable ◦ make a complete graph of the system ◦ use a system to model and solve a situation Vocabulary List system, elimination, substitution, point of intersection

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6.2 2D System of Inequalities (A2.1.B) I can graph system of inequalities. This means I can ◦ graph the boundaries ◦ shade the correct region ◦ use dashed and solid lines/curves correctly ◦ use a point to test the solution ◦ use the system to answer a maximize/minimize question Vocabulary List solution region, boundary lines

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6.3 3D System of Equations (A2.7.A) I can use algebra to solve a 3D system of equations. This means I can ◦ show the elimination or substitution step ◦ evaluate to find the values of the other variables ◦ use matrices Vocabulary List 3D coordinate system, plane, matrix, inverse matrix, property of matrices, scalar, identity

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7.1 Polynomial Functions (A2.3.B) I can write and graph polynomial functions. This means I can ◦ use the roots to write a polynomial ◦ find real and complex roots ◦ use the roots to graph a polynomial Vocabulary List roots, zeros, complex roots, intercepts, synthetic division, polynomial division

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7.2 Imaginary Numbers (A2.2.A, A.2.3.C) I can work with imaginary numbers. This means I can ◦ graph a complex ordered pair ◦ simplify expressions ◦ use i 2 = -1 Vocabulary List imaginary number, complex number, i, complex plane

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Statistic Analyzing and Discribing Data Pie Chart, Bar Graph, Segmented Bar Graph Dot Plot, Histogram, Stemplot, Two Way Table Vocabulary: individual, variables, distribution, marginal distribution, round off error, conditional distribution, misleading data, skewed, symmetric

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Stats Describing Data with Boxplot and Numbers Five-Number Summary, IQR, calculating outliers Box Plot Standard Deviation Vocabulary: measure of center, IQR, deviation, standard deviation, variance, shape of the boxplot, center, outliers

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