
Which choice best represents the variables in the simple interest formula, I = P • r • t ?

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Which choice correctly states the Pythagorean Theorem?

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Which expression is equivalent to the given trinomial?

Which expression is equivalent to the given trinomial?

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Which method would YOU use to solve this system of equations?

Talk to a neighbor about WHY you chose the method you chose.

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What are the zeros of a quadratic function?

What are the zeros of the quadratic function?

Which quadratic function has zeros of x = −1 and x = −2?

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In an exponential function, what does the value of a represent?

In an exponential function, what does the value of b represent?

Which of the following describes the meaning of 1.06 in the equation?

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How do you know what's next?

To find the next term in a geometric sequence…

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WARM UP: Which algebraic expression represents the area of the entire square?

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The graph of ƒ(x) = ax^2 + c is shown. Which values of a and c could represent function ƒ ?

Which statement comparing the parent function ƒ(x) = x^2 to the graph of g(x) = 4x^2 is true?

Which statement comparing parent function ƒ(x) = x^2 to the graph of g(x) = (x – 3)^2 is true?

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Which system of linear equations is best represented by this graph?

Which pair of equations corresponds to the lines shown?

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When the value of 𝒚 is directly proportional to the value of 𝒙…

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In the function f(x) = ab^x what does the variable a represent?

Which exponential function represents the relationship shown in the table?

Which function can be used to find the number of bacteria present at the end of h hours?

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Which food is in the halfplane that represents the SOLUTIONS to this inequality?

Which choice best describes the CHERRY PIE?

Which linear inequality is graphed?

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Which choice represents the unit rate for turkey cost with respect to the number of pounds?

What is the rate of change of hours to thaw a frozen turkey with respect to weight, in pounds?

Grandma's on her way, and she's driving to your house! What is her constant rate of change?

Which choice represents the unit rate for cups of cubed sweet potato per serving of casserole?

The bakery sells corn muffins at the following prices. What is the constant rate of change?

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What are the zeros of f?

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Which word best describes the function shown?

What is the range of the graphed function?

What is the domain of the graphed function?

What is the domain of f(𝒙) = 𝒙^2 + 4 ?

The table shows ordered pairs that belong to quadratic function g. What is the range of g?

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Which linear inequality is graphed?

Which linear inequality is graphed?

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Which form of linear equation is shown?

Which form of linear equation is shown?

Which form of linear equation is shown?

Which equation in pointslope form has graph that passes through (2, 5) and has a slope of 3?

Which equation in standard form has a graph that passes through the points (0, 2) and (3, 0)?

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Which choice represents the rate of change of dollars saved with respect to number of weeks?

Find the rate of change of the cost in dollars with respect to the number of hours.

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Identify an equation that represents the graphed line.

Which statement about the graphed line is true?

Which statement about the graphed line is not true?

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State the domain of the given relation.

State the range of the given relation.

State the domain of the graphed function.

State the range of the graphed function.

What is the domain if at least 5 but not more than 10 tshirts are purchased?

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Which choice represents slopeintercept form of a linear function?

Which function can be used to create the table of values?

Write an equation that represents the graph. The next question will provide answer choices!

Which equation can be represented by the graph?

Write a function. The next question will provide answer choices… and points!

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Which term best describes the graphed function?

Which choice best describes this graph?

What is an asymptote?

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How many solutions does this system of linear inequalities have?

How many solutions does this system of linear inequalities have?

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Which describes a possible first step to solve the given equation?

Which statement best describes the error in this student’s work?

Which statement best describes the error in this student’s work?

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