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FUNCTIONS

FUNCTIONS

PARTS OF A GRAPH

PARTS OF A GRAPH

RATES OF CHANGE

RATES OF CHANGE

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTI AL

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTI AL

SEQUENCE S

SEQUENCE S

Functions Parts of a Graph Rates of Change Linear vs. Exponential Sequences $100 $100

Functions Parts of a Graph Rates of Change Linear vs. Exponential Sequences $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500

FUNCTIONS - $100 A SPECIAL RELATION WHERE EACH INPUT HAS EXACTLY ONE OUTPUT.

FUNCTIONS - $100 A SPECIAL RELATION WHERE EACH INPUT HAS EXACTLY ONE OUTPUT.

FUNCTIONS - $200 THE NAME OF THE TEST USED TO DETERMINE IF A GRAPH

FUNCTIONS - $200 THE NAME OF THE TEST USED TO DETERMINE IF A GRAPH IS A FUNCTION OR NOT

FUNCTIONS - $300

FUNCTIONS - $300

FUNCTIONS - $400

FUNCTIONS - $400

FUNCTIONS - $500

FUNCTIONS - $500

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $100 THE SET OF ALL INPUT VALUES

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $100 THE SET OF ALL INPUT VALUES

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $200

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $200

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $300 THE RELATIONSHIP THAT (1, ∞ ) IS TO

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $300 THE RELATIONSHIP THAT (1, ∞ ) IS TO THIS GRAPH

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $400

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $400

DAILY DOUBLE - $1000 DESCRIBE THE END BEHAVIOR OF THE GRAPH

DAILY DOUBLE - $1000 DESCRIBE THE END BEHAVIOR OF THE GRAPH

RATES OF CHANGE - $100 THE FORMULA THAT SHOWS THE CHANGE IN Y OVER

RATES OF CHANGE - $100 THE FORMULA THAT SHOWS THE CHANGE IN Y OVER THE CHANGE IN X

RATES OF CHANGE - $200 DETERMINE THE CONSTANT RATE OF CHANGE FOR THE TABLE

RATES OF CHANGE - $200 DETERMINE THE CONSTANT RATE OF CHANGE FOR THE TABLE x f(x) 1 9 2 12 3 15 4 18 5 21

RATES OF CHANGE - $300 A CONTINUOUS PORTION OF A FUNCTION THAT CAN BE

RATES OF CHANGE - $300 A CONTINUOUS PORTION OF A FUNCTION THAT CAN BE NOTED USING THE FORMAT [a, b], WHERE a REPRESENTS THE INITIAL x VALUE AND b REPRESENTS THE FINAL x VALUE.

RATES OF CHANGE - $400 CALCULATE THE AVERAGE RATE OF CHANGE OVER THE INTERVAL

RATES OF CHANGE - $400 CALCULATE THE AVERAGE RATE OF CHANGE OVER THE INTERVAL OF x = 2 to x = 5 x f(x) 1 50 2 41 3 35 4 29 5 14

RATES OF CHANGE - $500 JESSIE STARTED A DIET TO TRY TO LOSE WEIGHT.

RATES OF CHANGE - $500 JESSIE STARTED A DIET TO TRY TO LOSE WEIGHT. BELOW IS THE TABLE HE USED TO TRACK HIS WEIGHT LOSS. CALCULATE ON AVERAGE, HOW MUCH JESSE LOST FROM WEEK 1 TO WEEK 6 WEEK WEIGHT (lb. ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 270 259 253 247 240 237 234 231 229

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $100 THE TYPE OF FUNCTION HAVING A CONSTANT RATE OF

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $100 THE TYPE OF FUNCTION HAVING A CONSTANT RATE OF CHANGE

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $200 THE TYPE OF FUNCTION DISPLAYED IN THE TABLE x

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $200 THE TYPE OF FUNCTION DISPLAYED IN THE TABLE x 1 2 3 4 5 y 7 -14 28 -56 112

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $300

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $300

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $400

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $400

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $500 THE FUNCTION THAT MODELS THE FOLLOWING SITUATION: KIMBERLY IS

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $500 THE FUNCTION THAT MODELS THE FOLLOWING SITUATION: KIMBERLY IS GOING TO DISNEYLAND SHE ESTIMATES THAT SHE WILL SPEND $30 A DAY

SEQUENCES - $100 THE TYPE OF SEQUENCE WHOSE TERMS INCREASE OR DECREASE BY THE

SEQUENCES - $100 THE TYPE OF SEQUENCE WHOSE TERMS INCREASE OR DECREASE BY THE SAME AMOUNT BEING ADDED OR SUBTRACTED.

SEQUENCES - $200 THE POSITION OF THE 3 IN THE SEQUENCE: 9, 7, 5,

SEQUENCES - $200 THE POSITION OF THE 3 IN THE SEQUENCE: 9, 7, 5, 3, …

SEQUENCES - $300 THE RELATIONSHIP THAT -4 IS TO THIS SEQUENCE: 4, -16, 64,

SEQUENCES - $300 THE RELATIONSHIP THAT -4 IS TO THIS SEQUENCE: 4, -16, 64, -256, …

SEQUENCES - $400 FIND THE SEQUENCE DISPLAYED ON THE GRAPH

SEQUENCES - $400 FIND THE SEQUENCE DISPLAYED ON THE GRAPH

SEQUENCES - $500 EVERYDAY A RADIO STATION ASKS A QUESTION FOR A PRIZE OF

SEQUENCES - $500 EVERYDAY A RADIO STATION ASKS A QUESTION FOR A PRIZE OF $150. IF THE 5 TH CALLER ANSWERS INCORRECTLY, THE PRIZE MONEY INCREASES BY $150 EACH DAY UNTIL SOMEONE CORRECTLY ANSWERS THE QUESTION. IF THE CONTEST BEGINS ON SUNDAY, FIND HOW MUCH PRIZE MONEY THERE WILL BE ON SATURDAY IF NOBODY ANSWERS CORRECTLY?

FUNCTIONS - $100 WHAT IS A FUNCTION?

FUNCTIONS - $100 WHAT IS A FUNCTION?

FUNCTIONS - $200 WHAT IS THE VERTICAL LINE TEST?

FUNCTIONS - $200 WHAT IS THE VERTICAL LINE TEST?

FUNCTIONS - $300

FUNCTIONS - $300

FUNCTIONS - $400

FUNCTIONS - $400

FUNCTIONS - $500 WHAT IS IF ANTHONY WORKS 5 HOURS THEN HE WILL EARN

FUNCTIONS - $500 WHAT IS IF ANTHONY WORKS 5 HOURS THEN HE WILL EARN $75?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $100 WHAT IS THE DOMAIN?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $100 WHAT IS THE DOMAIN?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $200 WHAT IS AN ASYMPTOTE?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $200 WHAT IS AN ASYMPTOTE?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $300 WHAT IS THE RANGE?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $300 WHAT IS THE RANGE?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $400 WHAT IS THE Y-INTERCEPT?

PARTS OF A GRAPH - $400 WHAT IS THE Y-INTERCEPT?

DAILY DOUBLE - $1000

DAILY DOUBLE - $1000

RATES OF CHANGE - $100 WHAT IS THE SLOPE FORMULA?

RATES OF CHANGE - $100 WHAT IS THE SLOPE FORMULA?

RATES OF CHANGE - $200 WHAT IS 3?

RATES OF CHANGE - $200 WHAT IS 3?

RATES OF CHANGE - $500 WHAT IS 33 lb. ?

RATES OF CHANGE - $500 WHAT IS 33 lb. ?

RATES OF CHANGE - $300 WHAT IS AN INTERVAL?

RATES OF CHANGE - $300 WHAT IS AN INTERVAL?

RATES OF CHANGE - $400 WHAT IS 9?

RATES OF CHANGE - $400 WHAT IS 9?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $100 WHAT IS A LINEAR FUNCTION?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $100 WHAT IS A LINEAR FUNCTION?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $200 WHAT IS AN EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $200 WHAT IS AN EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $300 WHAT IS A DECAY?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $300 WHAT IS A DECAY?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $400 WHAT IS THE HORIZONTAL ASYMPTOTE?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $400 WHAT IS THE HORIZONTAL ASYMPTOTE?

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $500

LINEAR VS. EXPONENTIAL - $500

SEQUENCES - $100 WHAT IS AN ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE?

SEQUENCES - $100 WHAT IS AN ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE?

SEQUENCES - $200 WHAT IS THE 4 TH TERM?

SEQUENCES - $200 WHAT IS THE 4 TH TERM?

SEQUENCES - $300 WHAT IS THE COMMON RATIO?

SEQUENCES - $300 WHAT IS THE COMMON RATIO?

SEQUENCES - $400 WHAT IS 2, 4, 6, 8, 10?

SEQUENCES - $400 WHAT IS 2, 4, 6, 8, 10?

SEQUENCES - $500 WHAT IS $1, 050?

SEQUENCES - $500 WHAT IS $1, 050?

THE FIRST 10 TERMS OF THE FAMOUS FIBONACCI SEQUENCE

THE FIRST 10 TERMS OF THE FAMOUS FIBONACCI SEQUENCE

FINAL JEOPARDY WHAT IS 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55

FINAL JEOPARDY WHAT IS 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55

What do you want to do now? Play Double Jeopardy Play Final Jeopardy

What do you want to do now? Play Double Jeopardy Play Final Jeopardy

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$200 $200 $400 $400 $600 $600 $800 $800 $1000 $1000

Data Distributions

Data Distributions

Accentuate the Negative

Accentuate the Negative

Variables & Patterns

Variables & Patterns

Comparing & Scaling

Comparing & Scaling

Stretching & Shrinking

Stretching & Shrinking

Accentuate Variables & Comparing Data Distributions the Negative Patterns & Scaling Stretching & Shrinking

Accentuate Variables & Comparing Data Distributions the Negative Patterns & Scaling Stretching & Shrinking $200 $200 $400 $400 $600 $600 $800 $800 $1000 $1000

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $200 DATA POINTS THAT ARE MUCH LARGER OR SMALLER THAN OTHER

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $200 DATA POINTS THAT ARE MUCH LARGER OR SMALLER THAN OTHER VALUES

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $400 A VARIABLE THAT STANDS ALONE AND ISN’T CHANGED BY THE

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $400 A VARIABLE THAT STANDS ALONE AND ISN’T CHANGED BY THE OTHER VARIABLES YOU ARE TRYING TO MEASURE

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $600 A CORRELATION THAT EXISTS WHEN THE VALUE OF ONE VARIABLE

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $600 A CORRELATION THAT EXISTS WHEN THE VALUE OF ONE VARIABLE GOES UP AND THE VALUE OF THE OTHER VARIABLE GOES DOWN

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $800 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER QUARTILE

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $800 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER QUARTILE

DAILY DOUBLE - $2, 000 A PLOT DISPLAYED IN TWO COLUMNS AND USED TO

DAILY DOUBLE - $2, 000 A PLOT DISPLAYED IN TWO COLUMNS AND USED TO ARRANGE DATA IN ORDER FROM LEAST TO GREATEST

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $200 A NUMBER’S DISTANCE FROM ZERO ON A NUMBER LINE

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $200 A NUMBER’S DISTANCE FROM ZERO ON A NUMBER LINE

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $400 THE PERCENT OF 2/5

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $400 THE PERCENT OF 2/5

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $600 TWO NUMBERS THAT ARE THE SAME DISTANCE FROM ZERO

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $600 TWO NUMBERS THAT ARE THE SAME DISTANCE FROM ZERO AND HAVE A SUM OF ZERO

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $800 THE PROPERTY THAT STATES ‘THE ORDER OF THE FACTORS

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $800 THE PROPERTY THAT STATES ‘THE ORDER OF THE FACTORS DOESN’T CHANGE THE PRODUCT’

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $1000 -27 ÷ 9 – (7. 3 – 6. 3)

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $1000 -27 ÷ 9 – (7. 3 – 6. 3)

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $200 A LETTER THAT CAN BE REPLACED BY A NUMBER

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $200 A LETTER THAT CAN BE REPLACED BY A NUMBER

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $400 EVALUATE A + B x C WHEN A=4 B=2

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $400 EVALUATE A + B x C WHEN A=4 B=2 C=-3

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $600 Y=K/X

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $600 Y=K/X

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $800 8 M – 6(3 M – 4 N)

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $800 8 M – 6(3 M – 4 N)

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $1000 W/-11 + 8 = 5

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $1000 W/-11 + 8 = 5

COMPARING & SCALING - $200 A PAIR OF NUMBERS THAT COMPARES TWO QUANTITIES AND

COMPARING & SCALING - $200 A PAIR OF NUMBERS THAT COMPARES TWO QUANTITIES AND CAN BE WRITTEN USING THE WORD ‘TO’, A COLON, OR A FRACTION BAR

COMPARING & SCALING - $400 AN EQUATION STATING THAT TWO RATIOS ARE EQUAL

COMPARING & SCALING - $400 AN EQUATION STATING THAT TWO RATIOS ARE EQUAL

COMPARING & SCALING - $600 A SPECIAL RATIO IN WHICH THE TWO TERMS ARE

COMPARING & SCALING - $600 A SPECIAL RATIO IN WHICH THE TWO TERMS ARE IN DIFFERENT UNITS

COMPARING & SCALING - $800 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE RATIOS 8: 12 AND 4:

COMPARING & SCALING - $800 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE RATIOS 8: 12 AND 4: 8

COMPARING & SCALING - $1000 25 = N 40 16

COMPARING & SCALING - $1000 25 = N 40 16

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $200 FIGURES ARE SAID TO BE THIS IF THEIR CORRESPONDING

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $200 FIGURES ARE SAID TO BE THIS IF THEIR CORRESPONDING ANGLES ARE EQUAL AND THEIR CORRESPONDING SIDES ARE PROPORTIONAL

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $400 THE NUMBER USED TO MULTIPLY THE LENGTHS OF A

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $400 THE NUMBER USED TO MULTIPLY THE LENGTHS OF A FIGURE TO STRETCH OR SHRINK IT TO A SIMILAR IMAGE

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $600 THE SYMMETRY OF THIS FIGURE

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $600 THE SYMMETRY OF THIS FIGURE

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $800 THE CROSS-SECTION PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE BASE IS

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $800 THE CROSS-SECTION PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR TO THE BASE IS A TRIANGLE

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $1000 THE TRANSLATION FROM THE ORIGINAL POINT TO ITS IMAGE

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $1000 THE TRANSLATION FROM THE ORIGINAL POINT TO ITS IMAGE POINT: D(-4, -1) AND D’(-2, 2)

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $200 WHAT ARE OUTLIERS?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $200 WHAT ARE OUTLIERS?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $400 WHAT IS AN INDEPENDENT VARIALBE?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $400 WHAT IS AN INDEPENDENT VARIALBE?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $600 WHAT IS A NEGATIVE CORRELATION?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $600 WHAT IS A NEGATIVE CORRELATION?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $800 WHAT IS THE INTERQUARTILE RANGE?

DATA DISTRIBUTIONS - $800 WHAT IS THE INTERQUARTILE RANGE?

DAILY DOUBLE - $2000 WHAT IS A STEM-AND-LEAF PLOT?

DAILY DOUBLE - $2000 WHAT IS A STEM-AND-LEAF PLOT?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $200 WHAT IS ABSOLUTE VALUE?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $200 WHAT IS ABSOLUTE VALUE?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $400 WHAT IS 40%?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $400 WHAT IS 40%?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $600 WHAT ARE OPPOSITE NUMBERS?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $600 WHAT ARE OPPOSITE NUMBERS?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $800 WHAT IS THE COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $800 WHAT IS THE COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $1000 WHAT IS -16. 6 ?

ACCENTUATE THE NEGATIVE - $1000 WHAT IS -16. 6 ?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $200 WHAT IS A VARIABLE?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $200 WHAT IS A VARIABLE?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $400 WHAT IS -2?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $400 WHAT IS -2?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $600 WHAT IS THE INDIRECT/INVERSE VARIATION EQUATION?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $600 WHAT IS THE INDIRECT/INVERSE VARIATION EQUATION?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $800 WHAT IS -10 M + 24 N?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $800 WHAT IS -10 M + 24 N?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $1000 WHAT IS W = 33?

VARIABLES & PATTERNS - $1000 WHAT IS W = 33?

COMPARING & SCALING - $200 WHAT IS A RATIO?

COMPARING & SCALING - $200 WHAT IS A RATIO?

COMPARING & SCALING - $400 WHAT IS A PROPORTION?

COMPARING & SCALING - $400 WHAT IS A PROPORTION?

COMPARING & SCALING - $600 WHAT IS A RATE?

COMPARING & SCALING - $600 WHAT IS A RATE?

COMPARING & SCALING - $800 WHAT IS NOT EQUAL?

COMPARING & SCALING - $800 WHAT IS NOT EQUAL?

COMPARING & SCALING - $1000 WHAT IS N = 10?

COMPARING & SCALING - $1000 WHAT IS N = 10?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $200 WHAT IS SIMILAR?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $200 WHAT IS SIMILAR?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $400 WHAT IS A SCALE FACTOR?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $400 WHAT IS A SCALE FACTOR?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $600 WHAT IS ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $600 WHAT IS ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $800 WHAT IS A TRIANGULAR PYRAMID?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $800 WHAT IS A TRIANGULAR PYRAMID?

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $1000 WHAT IS 2 UNITS TO THE LEFT AND 3

STRETCHING & SHRINKING - $1000 WHAT IS 2 UNITS TO THE LEFT AND 3 UNITS UP?