# Warm-ups WE 10-10-14. a. Sales increased steadily for a few days. Sales then decreased before beginning to increase again. b.Sales decreased at first,

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Warm-ups WE 10-10-14

a. Sales increased steadily for a few days. Sales then decreased before beginning to increase again. b.Sales decreased at first, then began to increase steadily. c. Sales increased steadily, then stayed constant for a few days. Then the sales increased again. d.There is not enough data to describe the situation. Tuesday’s Warm-ups Algebra 1 Quick Check 4-1 Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____1.Which of the following is a possible situation for the graph shown.

a.b.c. 2.A bookstore sells art books for \$25 each. There are 16 books at the store. Identify the graph that represents this situation. a.Discretec.Relation b.Continuousd.Function a.Discretec.Relation b.Continuousd.Function a.using a linec.using a dashed line b.using dotsd.using a line segment a.using a linec.using a dashed line b.using dotsd.using a line segment ____3.This type of data is measured: ____4.This type of data is counted ____5.Discrete data is graphed how? ____6.Continuous data is graphed how?.

Wednesday’s Warm-ups xy 17 23 39 22 17 x y -6 5 3 -2 2424 Determine if each relation is a function. Then find the domain and range. 1) (0, 1), (5, -6), (-3, 1), (-4, 0), (1, 10)2) Yes or No Domain { Range { Yes or No Domain { Range { 3) 4) Yes or No Yes or NoDomain {Range {

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Warm-ups Friday – 10-10-14 – Domain – Range – Independent – Dependent – Discrete Data – Continuous Data – Vertical Line Test – Function – Relation Define the following terms (use your ISN or the textbook):

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