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Core Connections 3 Chapter One

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Core Connections 3 Chapter One

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Neuerburg
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01/09/2014

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Complete the diamond problem. Insert the top number first then the bottom number. example: -5 9.
Complete the diamond problem. Insert the right number first, then insert the bottom number. example -5 7.
Complete the diamond problem. Insert the top number first and then insert the left number. example: -5 7.
-3+12.
-6-(-12).
-10+(-7).
7-(-10).
4-10.
-6(-8).
12(-5).
-17+6.
Solve the following problem. Write upir aswer using a backslash ( / ) to create a fraction. Example: 1/2.
Solve the following problem. Write upir aswer using a backslash ( / ) to create a fraction. Example: 1/2.
Solve the following problem. Write upir aswer using a backslash ( / ) to create a fraction. Example: 1/2.
Claudia has found a pattern for the sequence of numbers shown below: 1, 3, 6, 10, ___, ___, ___ insert the numbers in order with a space between them.
Which statement below could explain the number sequence: 1, 3, 6, 10, ___, ___, ___ Multiply each number by 4 and subtract 1 to get the next number. Double each number and add 1 to get the next number. Start with 1 and add the next bigger odd number to each number. Start by adding 2 to the first number. Then add 3 and then 4 and so on.
Graph the equation y=-1x+2 using the table below. Insert the values to complete the table in order from left to right with a space between each number. Example: 5 9 7 6 2 -4.
Solve for v in the following proportion: Insert just the number as the answer.
The freshman class at Christian Brothers High School is having an election. Cara randomly asked 50 students whom they would vote for, and 30 said that Mckenzie was their choice. If all 350 members of the freshman class vote, how mnay votes can you expect Mckenzie to receive? Show how using a table like the one below can help you answer the question. Show all of your work on your paper. Write the final answer below.
Juan is buying soda for a class party. He can go to the vending machine and buys 12-oz cans for $0.60 each, to the corner store and get 20-oz bottles for $0.95, or to the grocery store and get 32-oz jugs for $1.55. Which is the best deal? Write your answer by choosing a choice below. 12-oz 20-oz 32-oz.
How tall will Figure 100 be?.
Solve the proportion below for the given variable.
Solve the proportion below for the given variable.
Complete the following pattern and describe the rule in words. 4, 9, 14, 19, ___, ___, ___ Insert the numbers from left to right with a space between the numbers. Example: 4 6 17.
Morgan had the following multiple-choice question on a recent statewide test. Each point on the graph below represents a different kind of soda. Morgan had to select the statement that most accurately described the graph. Which option should he have chose? All sodas have different prices and different calorie counts. As the calories increase, so d oes the price for all of the sodas. Soda D is high in calories and has a lower price. Soda A is low in calories and has a low price.
A car is driving down an empty road. It stops at a stop sign and then continues on. Which Distance vs. Time graph best represents this situation? Justify your answer. A B C.
Plot the points A(-1, 2), B(-1, -1), C(2, -1), and D(2, 2) on the same set of axes. Use a ruler to connect them in order, including connecting point D back to point A, to form a quadrilateral. What kind of quadrilateral was formed?.
Plot the points A(-1, 2), B(-1, -1), C(2, -1), and D(2, 2) on the same set of axes. Use a ruler to connect them in order, including connecting point D back to point A, to form a quadrilateral. How long is each side? Be sure to and un to the answer. example: 5un.
Plot the points A(-1, 2), B(-1, -1), C(2, -1), and D(2, 2) on the same set of axes. Use a ruler to connect them in order, including connecting point D back to point A, to form a quadrilateral. What is the area of the shape? answer using un^2. Example: 5un^2.
Plot the points A(-1, 2), B(-1, -1), C(2, -1), and D(2, 2) on the same set of axes. Use a ruler to connect them in order, including connecting point D back to point A, to form a quadrilateral. What is the perimeter? Be sure to add un to your answer. Example: 5un.
The points (-2, 3) and (4, -6) are marked on the line shown at left. What are two more points that will be on the line? (-5, 7) (2, -3) (0, 0) (2, -3) (-5, 7) (0, 0).
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