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Completing the Square This is an x.Show me x 2. x x 2 Show me x 2 + 6x
Completing the Square x 2 xxxxxx
Completing the Square The picture is now x 2 + 6x + 9, How many units are required to complete the square? which factors (x+3)(x+3) = (x+3) 2 9!
x2x2 x x x xxx 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1
Let’s Try Another One! Show me x 2 + 2x x 2 xx
Completing the Square x 2 How many units are required to complete the square? x 2 The picture is now x 2 + 2x + 1 which factors (x+1)(x+1) = (x+1) 2 1!
Last One with Manipulatives Show me x 2 + 8x x 2 xxxxxxxx
Completing the Square Again, how many units are required to complete the square? 16 So, the picture is now x 2 + 8x + 16 which factors (x+4)(x+4) = (x+4) 2
Hard One! Complete the square for x 2 + 18x + ___ How many units are needed? There are not enough pieces to do this problem. Can we do it using paper and pencil?
Connie Campbell Can you tell the letter each picture begins with?
Can you tell the letter each picture begins with?
Algebra Tiles – Completing the Square
If you take a look at the following picture, let me tell you... it is not animated. Your eyes are making it move. To test this, stare at one.
Primary Sources. Types of Primary Sources Old/current newspapers and magazines are primary sources.
White to move… Checkmate in one move…. Solution Click Solution to see which piece to move. Click it again to see where to move.
Is this possible!?! Are the purple lines straight or bent?
Coin Value Click here to begin Click here to begin.
Counting Pennies Click here to begin Click here to begin.
Counting Quarters Click here to begin Click here to begin.
Aggregation, Prefix-tree, TCP EE122 Discussion 10/10/2011.
MULTIPLES OF 2 By Preston, Lincoln and Blake. 2 X 1 =2 XX 2X1=2 1+1=2.
/t/ / I d/ /d/ Try Again Go on /t/ / I d/ /d/
The Factoring Puzzle 4x3+8x2+2x x2-64 x2+18x+81 x2-4x+4 3x2+6x+3
Exponents 3² Mrs. 3 × Mrs. 3 3 × 3 3².
Shapes Preschool. Circles and Ovals Let’s trace the shapes and see which object they match!
Rounding Click Me to Practice When To Round When the question asks: – “Estimate how many…” – “About how many…” – Can you think of anymore?
GLE * Use exponents In order of operations. SPI *Use order of operations to simplify expressions and solve problems EXPONENTS.
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