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Today: 7.2 Assignment 7.2 Check Up 7.3 Instruction Practice No trumpets sound when the important decisions of our life are made. Destiny is made known silently. Agnes DeMille Algebra 1

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Assignment: 7.2 p408 #6-12 evens, 17-31 odd, 42, 43 C5 Progress Report No trumpets sound when the important decisions of our life are made. Destiny is made known silently. Agnes DeMille Algebra 1

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Check Up 7.2 Solve systems by substitution. (-4, 3) (5, 2) (-2, -2) Solve systems by graphing. 12 345 67 8 910 1 2 3 5 6 4 7 8 9 -6 -4-2 -8 -6 -2 -4 -8

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Solve a Linear System by Linear Combination 7.3 Objectives: 1.Find a solution to linear systems by Linear Combination. 2.Solve a system from the Real World. Vocabulary: none

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Solving Compound Inequalities 7.3 We need to change 2 equations with 2 variables to 1 equation with 1 variable. (4, 0)

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Solve the system by liner combination. Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. (2, 3) Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. (3, -1) Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (-2, 3) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (4, 1) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (0, 4) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (2, -2) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (1, 5) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (6, -8) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (2, ½) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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Solve the system by liner combination. (-.5, 1.5) Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer. Example 1 Writing Compound Inequalities

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In the beginning of the year I sell in my geometry classes 80 compasses and protractors combined. A compass costs $2 and a protractor is $.50, how many of each did I sell if I took in $124? 56 compasses 24 protractors Example 2 Real Life Inequalities

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A gold crown, suspected of containing some silver, was found to have a mass of 714 grams and a volume of 46 cubic centimeters. The density of gold is about 19 grams pre cubic centimeter. The density of silver is about 10.5 grams per cubic centimeter. How much silver is in this crown? 18.8 cm 3 Example 2 Real Life Inequalities

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Solving a system of linear equations. 1.Graphing 2.Substitution 3.Linear Combination 4. Solve a Linear System by Linear Combination 7.3

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Assignment: 7.3 p414 #1-7, … 7.3 Solve a System by Linear Combination 1.Put equations into standard form. 2.No opposites? - multiply equation(s) to make some. 3.Add equations. 4.Solve for the remaining variable. 5.Substitute this answer into one of the equations. 6.Solve this new equation. 7.Clearly state your answer. 8.Check the answer.

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Assignment: 7.3 p414 #1-7, 9-39 x3’s, p409 #44 C5 Progress Report Chapter 6.1-3 Quiz on Wednesday No trumpets sound when the important decisions of our life are made. Destiny is made known silently. Agnes DeMille Algebra 1

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