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CalculatorsStatistics Number Sense EquationsFunctions
Using the matrix button, what do the first two #s the caluculator wants represent?
In order to put in an exponent, which button do you use?
What series of buttons do you push to change a decimal to a fraction?
Name the buttons you push for
What button will lead you to the mean, and median?
What statistics term is used to represent the number found most often?
When a teacher averages grades, do they find the mean, median, or mode?
Name the median of the data (10,15,24,12,30,25,12)
How often an event occurs is called the ____________?
What is the range of the data from the box-and-whisker:
When you multiply a negative and a positive, the product will be ____?
If you get 18 out of 23 right on a daily quiz, what percent is that?
What is themagic formula for solving percent problems?
Name the order of operations.
What is twice the difference of six and negative two?
When solving an equation that has a variable multiplied with a number, how do you isolate that variable?
Is (0) a solution to the equation 2x-3=-3
Is (-2) a solution to the equation 2(x+4)=5
Name the sequence of steps you follow to solve multi-step equations.
What word is associated with the y- values in functions?
Explain how to use the vertical line test
Find f(-3) for f(x)-3x 2 -2
In order to be a function, what can not repeat?
Name the domain and range of this function:
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