Math by Kahoot! – Algebra

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Algebra: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

Algebra: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Solve systems consisting of a #linear and a #quadratic equation in two variables algebraically and graphically. Based on Common Core standard #A-REI.7. Play Challe

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  1. How many solutions does the system graphed below have?
  2. How many solutions does the system shown below have?
  3. What are the solutions to the system graphed below?
  4. What are the solutions to the system shown below?
  5. What are the 𝒙-values of the solutions to the system shown below?
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Inverse Functions

Algebra: Inverse Functions

Find inverse functions, verify that two functions are inverses, determine if a function has an inverse, and determine values for inverse functions, based on the high school Common Core standard #F-BF.4 #grade11 #grade12

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  1. Does this function have an inverse?
  2. Does this function have an inverse?
  3. Does this function have an inverse?
  4. Which function does not have an inverse?
  5. The table gives the values for the function f. What is f^-1 (2) ?
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Rational and Irrational Numbers

Algebra: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Determine if sums and products of rational and irrational numbers are rational or irrational, based on the high school Common Core standard #N-RN.3. For #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 #grade12

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  1. What type of number is √7?
  2. If p is a prime number, what type of number is √p?
  3. If √3 is multiplied by a nonzero rational number, what type of number is the product?
  4. The sum of a rational and an irrational number is...
  5. Which number is rational?
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Algebra: Quadratic Equations

Algebra: Quadratic Equations

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 Solve #quadratic #equations, including those with complex roots, by taking #square roots, completing the square, factoring, and using the quadratic formula. Based on Common Core standard #A-REI.4.

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  1. What are the solutions to x^2 = 25 ?
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Algebra: Function Notation

Algebra: Function Notation

#Algebra #grade9 Use #function #notation, evaluate functions for #inputs in their domains, and interpret statements that use function notation in terms of a context. Based on the #highschool Common Core standard #F-IF.2.

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  1. If ⨍ is a function and ⨍ (a) = b, which statement is a correct description?
  2. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
  3. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
  4. Find the function by interpreting the statement below.
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Algebra: Rearrange Formulas

Algebra: Rearrange Formulas

#Algebra #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Rearrange #formulas to highlight a #quantity of interest, using the same reasoning as in solving equations. Based on the #highschool Common Core standard #A-CED.4.

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  1. The formula for distance traveled is d = vt. Solve the formula for the velocity v.
  2. The formula for the volume of a box is V = lwh. Solve the formula for the variable w.
  3. An important formula in chemistry is PV = nRT. Solve the formula for the variable R.
  4. The formula for volume of a cone is V = Ο€r^2h/3. Solve the formula for the variable r.
  5. The formula for circumference is C = 2Ο€r. Solve the formula for the variable r.
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Algebra: Average Rate of Change

Algebra: Average Rate of Change

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Calculate and interpret the #average #rate of #change of a #function from a formula, a table, or a graph. Based on the high school Common Core standard #F-IF.6.

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  1. The average rate of change of a function is constant for which type of function?
  2. What is the average rate of change of ⨍(𝒙) over the interval 2 ≀ 𝒙 ≀ 4?
  3. What is the average rate of change of the function shown over the interval 4 ≀ 𝒙 ≀ 9?
  4. What is the average rate of change of g(𝒙) = 7 – 3𝒙 over the interval 1 ≀ 𝒙 ≀ 3?
  5. What is the average rate of change of h(𝒙) = 2𝒙^2 over the interval –1 ≀ 𝒙 ≀ 3?
  6. … and 7 more awesome questions! Check them out by clickingΒ “Play”.

Algebra: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

Algebra: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Solve systems consisting of a #linear and a #quadratic equation in two variables algebraically and graphically. Based on Common Core standard #A-REI.7. Play Challe

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  1. How many solutions does the system graphed below have?
  2. How many solutions does the system shown below have?
  3. What are the solutions to the system graphed below?
  4. What are the solutions to the system shown below?
  5. What are the 𝒙-values of the solutions to the system shown below?
  6. … and 5 more awesome questions! Check them out by clickingΒ “Play”.

Algebra: Radicals and Rational Exponents

Algebra: Radicals and Rational Exponents

#Algebra #grade9 #grade10 Rewrite expressions involving #radicals and #rational #exponents using the properties of exponents. Based on the high school Common Core standard #N-RN.2.

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  1. Choose the correct answer.
  2. Choose the correct answer.
  3. Choose the correct answer.
  4. Choose the correct answer.
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Algebra: Graphs and Zeros of Polynomials

Algebra: Graphs and Zeros of Polynomials

#Algebra #grade10 #grade11 #grade12 Identify #zeros of #polynomials when suitable #factorizations are available, and use the zeros to construct a rough #graph of the #function defined by the polynomial. Based on the high school Common Core standards #A-APR.3 and #F-IF.7c.

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  1. What are the zeros of ⨍(𝒙)=(𝒙 + 2)(𝒙 + 3)(𝒙 – 4)(𝒙 – 1)?
  2. What are the zeros of g(𝒙) = (𝒙 + 5)^2(𝒙 + 4)?
  3. How many 𝒙-intercepts does the graph of π’š = 𝒙(𝒙 + 1)(𝒙 – 1)^3 have?
  4. … and 7 more awesome questions! Check them out by clickingΒ “Play”.