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Warm-up 7.1. What are the zeros of the function : y = x 3 – 4x 2 + x + 6? What is the discriminant of 2x 2 – 5x + 4=0? What is the end behavior of the function: f(x) = 5x 4 -3x 3 + x – 2?. Did You Know?.

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Warm-up 7.1

  • What are the zeros of the function :

    y = x3 – 4x2 + x + 6?

  • What is the discriminant of 2x2 – 5x + 4=0?

  • What is the end behavior of the function:

    f(x) = 5x4 -3x3 + x – 2?


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Did You Know?

Q. What do bulletproof vests, fire escapes, windshield wipers, and laser printers all have in common?A. All invented by women.

F: One roach can live on a piece of gum for 5 years.

Q. If you were to spell out numbers, how far would you have to go until you would find the letter "A"?A. One thousand

  • When a coffee seed is planted, it takes five years to yield it's first consumable fruit.

  • The common goldfish is the only animal that can see both infra-red and ultra-violet light.


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  • Tennessee is bordered by more states than any other. The eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

  • Des Moines has the highest per capita Jello consumption in the U.S

  • The Western-most point in the contiguous United States is Cape Alava, Washington.

  • There are only three animals with blue tongues, the Black Bear, the Chow Chow dog and the blue-tongued lizard.


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Grades, Papers, Folders eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.


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§7.1: Exponential Models eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

LEQ: How are exponential models similar to and different from linear and quadratic models?

Introduction – Exponential Decay


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Exponential Function eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

Y = abx

“a” is a non-zero constant

“b” is the base (greater than 0 and not equal to 1)

“x” is any real number


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Exponential Growth eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

Y = abx

When b > 1,

the function models exponential growth

“b” is the growth factor


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Exponential Growth eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.


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Exponential Decay eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.

y = abx

When “b” is between 0 and 1 (is a positive fraction), the function models exponential decay.

“b” is the decay factor


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  • Exponential Decay eight states are Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia.


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Identify each as exponential growth or decay. What is the percent increase/decrease?

  • Y = 1298(1.63)x

  • Y = 2(0.65)x

  • Y = 12(1.7)x

  • Y = 16(0.25)x

  • growth, 63%

  • Decay; 35%

  • Growth, 70%

  • Decay; 75%


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Real World percent increase/decrease?

The population of the United States in 1994 was about 260 million, with an average annual rate of increase of about 0.7%.

FYI - Depreciation is the decline in an items value (exponential decay).


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What is the growth factor for the U.S. population? percent increase/decrease?

After one year, the population would be

260 + 260(0.7%) million.

= 260 + 260(0.7%)

= 260 + 260(0.007)

= 260(1 + 0.007)

= 260(1.007)

The growth factor is 1.007


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Write an equation that models the future growth of the U.S. population.

To write an equation, find “a” and “b”.

X = # years after 1994

Y = the population (in millions)

The population increases exponentially:

Y = abx

Y = 260(1.0007)x


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Use the equation to predict the population of the U.S. in 2001.

Y = 260(1.0007)x

X is the # of years since 1994, so x = 7

Plug it in…

The population would be about 273 million.


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A handy “formula” 2001.

  • Percent increase/decrease refers to the “slope” of any given line, but typically asks for decrease/increase on a changeable slope

    (initial value – final value)

    Initial value


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Assignment decay?

Section 7.1

p. 308 - 309

#5, 7, 9, 10, 11,

19 – 23

(10 problems total)

Homework:


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Warm – up 10/22/08 decay?

Complete Technology Connection

on pg. 311 in textbook.

#1-4


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Did you know? decay?

  • In 1886, Coca-cola was first served at a pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia for only five cents a glass. A pharmacist named John Pemberton created the formula for Coca-cola

  • Flamingos are able to fly at a speed of approximately 55 kilometers an hour. In one night they can travel about 600 km

  • Men are able to read fine print better than women can

  • On average, 150 couples get married in Las Vegas each day

  • Spiders usually have eight eyes, but still they cannot see that well

  • In humans, the epidermal layer of skin, which consists of many layers of skin regenerates every 27 days


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  • Camel's milk does not curdle. decay?

  • The ball on top of a flagpole is called the truck.

  • People generally read 25% slower from a computer screen compared to paper

  • Certain female species of spiders such as the Australian crab spider, sacrifice their bodies as a food source for their offspring

  • One grape vine produce can produce about 20 to 30 glasses of wine.

  • The Hubble telescope is so powerful that it is like pointing a beam of light at a dime that is two hundred miles away.

  • On average people fear spiders more than they do death

  • Every day, over five billion gallons of water are flushed down toilets in the United States

  • In one trip, a honey bee visits about 75 flowers

  • Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet, which can complete one revolution in less than ten hours

  • A chicken loses its feathers when it becomes stressed


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Review? decay?

  • How do you determine whether an equation shows growth or decay?

  • How do you calculate the percent increase/decrease of an exponential growth equation?

  • How do you determine if a graphs shows exponential decay or growth?


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Assignment decay?

Section 7.1

p. 308 - 309

#5, 7, 9, 10, 11,

19 – 23

(10 problems total)


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Applications of exponential decay?

Equations…


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7.2: Exponential Functions decay?

LEQ: What are the roles of the constants in the formula y = ab (kx) ?

Compound Interest Formula

A = P(1 + r/n)nt

P = principal t = time in years

R = rate of interest

N = # of times per year interest is compounded



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Ex. decay?

Write an equation to describe the exponential function of the form y = abx with base 2 whose graph passes through the point (3,4).

4 = a23

4 = a(8)

½ = a

The equation would be : y = ½ 2 x


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You try: decay?

Write an equation to describe the exponential function y = abx with base 4 whose graph passes through the point (2,3).

y = 3/16 4x


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Half-Life decay?

Half life of a radioactive substance is the time it takes for half of the material to decay or decompose

(thus, it has a decay factor or 0.5)

Half Life Formula

y = abt/h

a = initial amount b = 0.5 (half-life)

t = time passed h = half life of item


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Suppose a hospital prepares a 100mg supply of technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

Find the amount after 75 hours.

a = 100 (initial amount)

b = 0.5 (half life decay factor)

** Half life is every 6 hours

t = 75 hours

Amount left = 100(0.5)75/6


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Continuously Compounded Interest technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

Using the compound interest formula, evaluate (1 + 1/n)n for n = 2, 8, 32, 128, and 512.

What do you think would happen as n continues to increase?

Now find the value of e. (ex)


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Continuous Interest technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

As the compound interest formula approaches ∞, it nears the value of e.

Thus, the continuously compounded interest formula is

A = Pert


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Compound Interest Example technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

  • Suppose you invest $1050 at an annual interest rate of 5.5% compounded continuously. Find the amount you will have in the account after 5 years.

  • How long will you need to leave the money in the account to double your initial investment?

  • Suppose you invest $1300 at an annual interest rate of 4.3% compounded continuously. How much will you have after 3 years?


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More technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

Examples/

Applications

Summary

Questions


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Assignment technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

Section 7.2

  • 316

    #16 – 22 Even

    31 - 33,35 - 39


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Warm-up 7.3 technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

Identify each function as exponential growth or decay & identify % change.

  • Y = 15(1.45) x 2) y = 7.3(0.8)x

  • Describe a function that would be modeled by exponential growth.

  • A radioactive element has a half-life of 30 hours. Write the exponential decay function for the 100-mg sample. Use the function to find the amount of the element remaining after 100 hours.


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Did you know? technetium-99m which has a half-life of 6 hours.

  • Sharks are immune to cancer

  • Manicuring the nails has been done by people for more than 4,000 years

  • The study of the iris of the eye is called iridology

  • Back in 1919, the Russian transplant pioneer Serge Voronoff made headlines by grafting monkey testicles onto human males’.

  • In 1946, the New York Yankees became the first baseball team to travel by plane

  • By recycling just one glass bottle, the amount of energy that is being saved is enough to light a 100 watt bulb for four hours


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  • The Mall of America, located in Bloomington, Minnesota is so big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

  • If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have$1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.

  • In the United States, poisoning is the fourth leading cause of death among children

  • In 1916, Charlie Chaplin was making $10,000 a week, making him the highest paid actor of his time

  • It's possible to lead a cow upstairs...but not downstairs.

  • People that smoke have 10 times as many wrinkles as a person that does not smoke

  • Thomas Edison was afraid of the dark. (Hence, the light bulb?)


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Assignment big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

10 minutes;

compare with a partner;

Stay with partner,

you receive “hw grade” if you get question correct when called.

Section 7.2

  • 316

    #16 – 22 Even

    31 - 33,35 - 39


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Summary big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

Questions

More

Examples/

Applications


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Assignment big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

  • Buying your first new car

  • Financial Futures

  • Half-Life Handout


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Homework big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

7.1-7.2 Quiz


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  • A 3000-mg sample of a certain radioactive element has a half-life of 3 seconds. How much of the sample remains after 1 minute?

  • For the years 1970-1991, the median price of a single – family home in the U.S. can be approximated by the exponential function A = 25690(1.0725)t, where t is in years (1970=0). What is the growth rate of housing prices for this period?


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Did you know? big that it can hold 24,336 school buses

  • In Colorado, there are about 83,000 dairy cows

  • Just by recycling one aluminum can, enough energy would be saved to have a TV run for three hours.

  • The first telephone call from the White House was from Rutherford Hayes to Alexander Graham Bell

  • Turtles can breathe through their butts

  • A glockenspiel is a musical instrument that is like a xylophone. It has a series of metal bars and is played with two hammers

  • Teenage suicide is the second cause of death in the state of Wisconsin

  • Diamonds were first discovered in the riverbeds of the Golconda region of India over 4,000 years ago.


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  • French artist, Michel Vienkot, uses cow dung as paint when he creates his pictures

  • There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball

  • The seventeenth president of the United States, Andrew Johnson did not know how to read until he was 17 years old

  • The fastest growing tissue in the human body is hair

  • A cubic yard of air weighs about 2 pounds at sea level.

  • Pancakes are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Australia

  • A lion feeds once every three to four days

  • A honey bee has four wings

  • Cheddar cheese is the best selling cheese in the USA

  • In the movie "The Matrix Reloaded" a 17 minute battle scene cost over $40 million to produce


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Collect he creates his pictures

  • Buying your first new car

  • Financial Futures

  • 7.1-7.2 Quiz


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Today’s Lesson he creates his pictures

Conversions

With

Exponentials

And

Logarithms


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§7.3: Converting Exponentials he creates his pictures

LEQ: How do you convert between exponential and logarithmic forms?

Logarithms are the “opposite” of exponents; they “undo” exponentials.

Logarithms have a specific relationship to exponentials…


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The relationship he creates his pictures

Exponential Equation (a = 1):

y = bx

is equivalent to:

Logarithmic Equation:

logb(y) = x

“Log-base-b of y equals x.”

Re-written so the exponent

is after the equal sign.


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Ex. Convert 6 he creates his pictures 3 = 216 to the equivalent logarithmic form.

Base is 6, exponent is 3…

log6(216) = 3

Ex. Convert log4(1024) = 5 to the equivalent exponential expression.

Base is 4, exponent is 5

45 = 1024


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Exponent in a different form he creates his pictures

  • log443= 3

    43 = 43

  • log552 = x

    5x = 52

  • log225 = y

    2y = 25

    y = 5

  • logbb2 = z

    bz = b2

    z = 2


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From Logs to Exponents he creates his pictures

  • 52 = 25

    base is 5, exp is 2: log5(25) = 2

  • (1/2)3 = 1/8

    log(1/2)(1/8) = 3

  • 24 = 64

    log2(64) = 4

    To evaluate logarithms, you can write them in exponential form…


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Evaluating Exponents he creates his pictures

Ex. Log816

8x = 16

Both can be written with a base of 2:

23x = 24

Now you can set the exponents equal

(since the bases are equal)

3x = 4 Solve for x

X = 4/3

So, log816 = 4/3


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Ex) he creates his pictures

Evaluate log5125.

5x = 125

5x = 53

Since both bases are five, you can set the exponents equal.

X = 3

Thus, log5125 = 3


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A short cut he creates his pictures

To evaluate log216, you can ask yourself

“What power of 2 is equal to 16”.

  • What question would you ask to evaluate log327? Evaluate it.

  • What question would you ask to evaluate log10100? Evaluate it.


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General Forms he creates his pictures

  • What is the value of logb1?

    • Log21 c) Log31

    • Log41 d) Log51

  • What is the value of logbb?

    • log22 c) log44

    • Log55 d) log99

  • Explain why the base b in y = logbx cannot equal 1.


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Inverse Graphs he creates his pictures

Logarithms and exponentials are also inverses of each other.

If you graph y = 10x and y = logx, they are inverses. Their graphs are reflections of each other over the line

y = x.

*log has a general base of 10*

Find the inverse function of each:

  • Y = 3x 2) y = 5x 3) y =bx

    1) Y = log3x 2) y = log5x 3) y =logbx


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How do you convert between exponential and logarithmic forms?


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Assignment he creates his pictures

Section 7.3

p.321-323

#2 -12, 16 - 26,

30 - 40, 50 Even


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Warm-up 7.4 he creates his pictures

  • Write 5-2 = 1/25 in logarithmic form.

  • Write log381 = 4 in exponential form.

  • Evaluate log10,000


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Interesting Facts he creates his pictures

  • Spencer Eldon was the name of the naked baby on the cover of Nirvana's album

  • All three major 1996 Presidential candidates, Clinton, Dole and Perot, are left-handed.

  • The Madagascan Hissing Cockroach is one of the few insects who give birth to live young, rather than laying eggs.

  • The book of Esther in the Bible is the only book which does not mention the name of God.


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  • Sheriff came from Shire Reeve. During early years of feudal rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

  • An animal epidemic is called an epizootic.

  • Dracula is the most filmed story of all time, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is second and Oliver Twist is third.

  • The silhouette on the NBA logo is Jerry West.

  • The silhouette on the Major League Baseball logo is Harmon Killebrew.


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Check HW rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Section 7.3

p.321-323

#2 -12, 16 - 26,

30 - 40, 50 Even

Go Over

Questions?


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Graphing Inverses rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Complete math toolbox

p.324

#1 - 9 odd

Exponentials in the Real World

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/dockets/algebra/communication_speed_light/


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§ rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff. 7.4: Properties of Logarithms

LEQ: Why do we need properties of logs?

What are the properties of logs?

Complete “work together”

p.325

#1 - 7


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Properties of Logarithms rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

1) logbMN = logbM + logbN

Product Property

  • logbM/N = logbM – logbN

    Quotient Property

  • logbMk= klogbM

    Power Property


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Examples rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Write the expression in single log form.

  • log320 – log34

    log320/4 = log35

    2) 3log2x + log2y

    log2x3 + log2y = log2x3y

  • 3log2 + log4 – log 16

    log(23 x 4)/16 = log 32/16 = log2


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Examples of expansion rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Expand each logarithm.

  • log5(x/y)

    log5x – log5y

  • log3r4

    log3 + logr4 = log3 + 4 log r

  • Can you expand log3(2x + 1)?

    NO, the sum can’t be factored.


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Estimating Answers rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/logarithm/Properties-of-Logarithms.lesson


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Evaluating Expressions rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

To evaluate an expression, apply rules, then use the logarithmic rules to solve.

Ex. log55 – log5125

log5(5/125)

log5(1/25)

log5(1/52)

5x =5-2

x = -2


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Summary rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Rewrite each expression

  • logx + log y

  • 2log3x – log3x

  • log3 + log4

  • Evaluate: log28 – log22


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7.1 – 7.4 Quiz rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.


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Assignment rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Section 7.4

P. 328 – 329

#2 – 34, 38 – 68

Even

Extra Practice?

http://www-math.cudenver.edu/~rbyrne/flash.htm

http://www.purplemath.com/modules/index.htm


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Warm-up 7.1-7.4 rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

Rewrite each expression

  • logx + logy

  • 2logx – logx

  • log3 + log4

    Evaluate the expression

    4) log28 – log22

  • log(xy)

  • logx

  • log12

  • 2


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Interesting Facts rule in England, each shire had a reeve who was the law for that shire. When the term was brought to the United States it was shortened to Sheriff.

  • Murphy's Oil Soap is the chemical most commonly used to clean elephants.

  • Goat's eyes have rectangular pupils.

  • Walt Disney's autograph bears no resemblance to the famous Disney logo.

  • Other than humans, black lemurs are the only primates that may have blue eyes.


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  • The United States has never lost a war in which mules were used.

  • Artist Constantino Brumidi fell from the done of the U.S. Capitol while painting a mural around the rim. He died four months later.

  • Since 1896, the beginning of the modern Olympics, only Greece and Australia have participated in every Games.

  • Cathy Rigby is the only woman to pose nude for Sports Illustrated. (August 1972)

  • Blueberry Jelly Bellies were created especially for Ronald Reagan.


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Check HW used.

Section 7.4

P. 328 – 329

#2 – 68

Multiples of 4


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§7.5: Exponential & Log Equations used.

LEQ: How do you convert from radical to fractional exponent form?

An example:

The formula F = km2/3 describes the amount of food F, in kilograms, that a mammal must eat daily. (k is a constant of variation, and m is the mass of the animal).


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  • Substitute these values for F and k into the given formula for a large elephant, F = 145 kg and k = 0.421. Estimate the value of m2/3.

  • Estimate the value of m.

    (use a calculator to find a value of m for which m2/3 is near your estimate from Q1).

    3) How could you solve the equation F = km2/3 for m2/3? What is the result if each side of the equation is then raised to the 3/2 power.


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Radical Equation elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

To solve equations in the form xa = c, where the variable is raised to a power, you can either use the properties of exponents or use radicals.

Radical Equation –

The variable in an equation occurs in a radicand.

Ex. 4 + x2/3 = 31


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Solve with reciprocal exponents: elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

4 + x2/3 = 31

x2/3 = (31 – 4)

x2/3= 27

Multiply both sides by reciprocal of 3/2

x(2/3)(3/2) = 273/2

x = 273/2

x =


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Try these elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

  • 3y4/3 = 768

  • 6√(10y) = 3

  • √(7x) – 4 = 0

  • 102x = 1,000,000

  • Why is it important to check the possible solutions?

  • 64

  • 72.9

  • 16/7

  • 3

  • Squaring both sides of an equation can lead to extraneous solutions.


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Word Problem elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

Ex2. Meteorologists use the formula

D3= 216T2 to describe the size and duration of storms, such as tornadoes, thunderstorms, hurricanes, and cyclones. In the formula, D is the diameter of the storm in miles and T is the duration, or the number of hours the storm lasts. If the diameter of a thunderstorm is 12 mi, about how long would this storm last?


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The diameter of the storm is 12 mi. elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

Solve for T.

D3= 216T2

(12) 3 = 216T2

1728 = 216T2

8 = T2

T = √8 = 2.828 hours


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#10 elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

Suppose a hurricane lasts for 6 days. Estimate the diameter of the storm.

D3= 216T2

D3= 216(6)2

*Remember T is in hours, 6 days = 144 hours

D3 = 216(144)2

D3 = 4478976

D = about 164 miles


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Exponential Equations elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

An equation in the form a = bcx, where the exponent includes a variable is called an exponential equation.

Solve these equations by taking the logarithm of both sides.


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Solving Logarithm Tips: elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

  • Logarithms should contain the same base (or you have to use a formula to change them)

  • You can only plug positive numbers into a logarithm

  • If you have two logs in a problem, one on each side of the equal sign and both with a coefficient of one, you can “drop” the logarithms


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Solve elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

2log9(√x) – log9(6x – 1) = 0

2log9(√x) = log9(6x – 1)

log9(√x)2= log9(6x – 1)

x= 6x – 1

1 = 5x

1/5 = x

Always plug the answer back in to make sure that it won’t produce any negatives or zeros in the logarithms.


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Solve elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

logx + log(x – 1) = log(3x + 12)

log(x(x – 1)) = log(3x + 12)

x2 – x = 3x + 12

x2 – 4x - 12 = 0

(x – 6)(x + 2) = 0

X = 6, -2

When you plug them back in, 6 works,

but -2 is an extraneous solution.


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Solve elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

ln10 – ln(7 – x) = lnx

ln10/(7 – x) = lnx

10 = x

7 – x

10 = x(7 – x)

10 = 7x – x2

x2 – 7x + 10 = 0

(x – 5)(x – 2) = 0

x = 5, 2

Both are solutions.


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Ex. 7 elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?3x = 20

log73x = log20

Use rules of exponents to get:

3xlog7 = log20

Divide both sides by 3log7

x = log20/3log7

x = 0.513


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Try these elephant. How does this result compare with your estimate from Question 2?

  • 3x = 4

  • 62x = 21

  • 3x+4 = 101

  • 1.262

  • 0.850

  • 0.201


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Sometimes it’s more useful to convert an equation to exponential form to work a problem.


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More Practice exponential form to work a problem.


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Solve exponential form to work a problem.

logx = 1 – log(x – 3)

logx + log(x – 3) = 1

log(x(x – 3) = 1

log(x2 – 3x) = 1

x2 – 3x = 101

x2 – 3x – 10 = 0

(x – 5)(x + 2) = 0

x = 5, -2

-2 would create a negative log,

5 works, so the only solution is 5.


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Solve exponential form to work a problem.

Log2(x2 – 6x) = 3 + log2(1 – x)

Log2(x2 – 6x) - log2(1 – x) = 3

Log2(x2 – 6x) = 3

(1 – x)

(x2 – 6x) = 23

(1 – x)


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(x exponential form to work a problem.2 – 6x) = 8

(1 – x)

(x2 – 6x) = 8(1 – x)

x2 – 6x = 8 – 8x

x2 – 6x +8x = 8

x2 +2x - 8 = 0

(x + 4)(x – 2) = 0

x = -4, 2

The only solution that works in the

problem is -4 (2 is extraneous)


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What about other bases? exponential form to work a problem.

To evaluate a logarithm with any base, you can use the change of base formula.

*for this formula, the bases cannot = 1.

logbM = log10M

log10b

Ex. Log35 = log5/log3


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Ex. of solving with change of base exponential form to work a problem.

62x = 1500

log662x = log61500

2xlog66 = log61500

log66 = 1…so

2x = log1500/log6 (change of base)

2x = 4.0816

x = 2.0408


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Ex5 exponential form to work a problem.

  • Solve log(3x + 1) = 5

    log (101) undo each other = 1, so

    10log(3x + 1) = 105

    3x + 1 = 105

    3x + 1 = 100,000

    3x = 99,999

    x = 33,333


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Ex6 exponential form to work a problem.

  • Solve 2logx – log3 = 2

    use rules of exponents

    log x2 = 2

    3

    101log(x2/3) = 102

    x2/3 = 102

    x2 = 102(3)

    x2 = 100(3)

    x = √300 = ±17.32


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7.5 Assignment/HW exponential form to work a problem.

Section 7.5

p. 334 – 336

#5 – 60

(multiples of 5)


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Warm-up 10/28/08 exponential form to work a problem.7.5 Lesson Quiz

  • On ½ sheet of paper, complete & solve the following 4 problems.

  • x3/2 = 27

  • 2 + 3x = 82

  • log x + log 4 = 3

  • log 3 22 = x


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Interesting Facts exponential form to work a problem.

  • Will Clark of the Texas Rangers is a direct descendant of William Clark of Lewis and Clark.

  • When ocean tides are at their highest, they are called "spring tides." When they are at their lowest, they are call "neap tides."

  • February 1865 is the only month in recorded history not to have a full moon.

  • The last NASCAR driver to serve jail time for running moonshine was Buddy Arrington.


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  • Many Japanese golfers carry "hole-in-one" insurance, because it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000.

  • The ridges on the sides of coins are called reeding.

  • Montpelier, Vermont is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds.

  • The Roman emperor Caligula made his horse a senator.

  • At latitude 60 degrees south you can sail all the way around the world.

  • A Chinese checkerboard has 121 holes.

  • The hyoid bone, in your throat, is the only bone in the body not attached to another bone.

  • Mice, whales, elephants, giraffes and man all have seven neck vertebrae.

  • Sunbeams that shine down through the clouds are called crespucular rays.

  • Very small clouds that look like they have been broken off of bigger clouds are called scuds.


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Extra Credit Paper it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000. Due: Tuesday – Election Day

  • Minimum length = 2 pgs.

  • Size 12 font, double spaced.

  • Will be graded for correctness & content.

  • Include a reference page (MLA/APA ok)

  • Guidelines?


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Wednesday it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000.

  • Tomorrow’s Agenda

  • 9th graders to the auditorium

    For making it count presentation.

    2nd block, students will be in a classroom with seniors making presentations.


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10 it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000. th graders will be taking the PSAT

*college scholarships are rewarded based on PSAT scores

  • Chadwick’s HR to Davis’ Room

  • Danforth’s HR to Parker’s Room

  • McFather’s HR to Hankins Smith’s Room

  • Montgomery’s HR in her room

  • Ortiz’s HR in Sirman’s Room


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  • 11 it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000. th graders will the taking the ASVAB in the Café Annex


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  • 12 it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000. th graders to their assigned rooms

  • Phippen’s HR to Bollinger’s Room

  • Cochran’s HR to Media Center

  • Ragan’s HR to her room

  • School’s HR to her room


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Questions? it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000.


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Last it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000.

Section…

On ln


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§7.6: Natural Logarithms it is traditional in Japan to share one's good luck by sending gifts to all your friends when you get an "ace." The price for what the Japanese term an "albatross" can often reach $10,000.

LEQ: How are natural logs related to the letter “e”?

From 7.2, we learned that the number “e” = 2.71828… can be used as a base of exponents.

Just like logarithms, the function ex has an inverse, called the natural logarithmic function.


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The natural log function is usually written as y = lnx. (key just below log)

read “y equals the natural log of x”

Find:

ln3 ln5 ln15

The properties of common logs apply to natural logs also. (Quotient, Power, Product)

http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/logarithm/Natural-Logarithms.lesson


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Ex1) Use natural logs to solve 8e (key just below log)2x= 20.

8e2x = 20

e2x = 20/8

e2x = 2.5

lne2x = ln2.5

2xlne = ln2.5

*ln(e) cancel each other out just like log(10)

2x = ln2.5

X = ln2.5/2

*Make sure you close parenthesis around top!

X = 0.458


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Natural logs were invented because they simplify the expression of many relationships in the physical world…


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p.338 Ex #2 expression of many relationships in the physical world…

A rocket can attain a stable orbit 200 km above Earth if it reaches a velocity of 7.7 km/sec. The formula for the maximum velocity V of a rocket is given by

V = -0.0098t + clnR. The rocket engines fire for t seconds and the velocity of the exhaust is c km/s. The ratio of the mass of the rocket with fuel to its mass without fuel is R. Suppose a rocket used to propel a spacecraft has a mass ratio of about 25, an exhaust velocity of 2.8 km/sec, and a firing time of 100 sec. Can this rocket attain a stable orbit?


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V = -0.0098t + clnR expression of many relationships in the physical world…

V = -0.0098(100) + 2.8(ln)25

V = about 8.03 km/s

More than 7.7 km/s is needed for a stable orbit, so it can be attained.


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#7) Find the velocity of a rocket with a mass ratio of about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

V = -0.0098t + clnR

V = -0.0098(30) + 2.1ln(15)

V = 5.39 km/sec

No


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Assignment about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

Section 7.6

p.339-340

#14-17

18-22 E

24-26

(10 problems total)


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Handouts: about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

Half Life

Life Expectancy


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Homework about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

Wrap-up: Due Thursday

p.343-345

#1 - 50 all

Test Review Thursday

Reminder: Test Friday


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Warm-up 10/30/08 about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

The function y = 200(1.04)x models the first grade population y of an elementary school x years after the year 2000.

  • Graph the function on your graphing calculator. Adjust the viewing window:

    xmin=0,xmax=20;ymin=0;ymax=500;yscl=100

  • Estimate when the 1st grade pop. will = 250.

  • When will the pop. reach 325?

  • Check your solution algebraically.


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Interesting Facts about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • On a dewy morning, if you look at your shadow in the grass, the dew drops shine light back to your eye creating a halo called a heilgenschein (German for halo.)

  • The correct response to the Irish greeting, "Top of the morning to you," is "and the rest of the day to yourself."

  • Giraffes have no vocal cords.

  • Joe DiMaggio had more home runs than strikeouts during his career.

  • All porcupines float in water.


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  • A-1 Steak Sauce contains both orange peel and raisins. about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • Many northern parishes (counties) of Louisiana did not agree with the Confederate movement. To show their disapproval, they changed their names. That's why there is a Union Parish, Jefferson Parish, etc.

  • The Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia, has twice as many bathrooms as is necessary. When it was built in the 1940s, the state of Virginia still had segregation laws requiring separate toilet facilities for blacks and whites.

  • Residents of the island of Lesbos are Lesbosians, rather than Lesbians. (Of course, lesbians are called lesbians because Sappho was from Lesbos.)

  • The Chinese ideogram for 'trouble' symbolizes 'two women living under one roof'.


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  • Go over wrap-up about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • Half life handout

  • Financial Futures handout

  • Study for test


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Warm-up 10/31/08 about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • You put $1500 into an account earning 7% interest compounded continuously. How long will it be until you have $2000 in your bank account?

  • Evaluate: log4256

  • Expand: log4r2t

  • Solve: 3lnx – ln2 = 4

  • Solve: 2logx = -4

  • Rewrite as a common log: log316


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Interesting Facts about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • German has a wood for the peace offerings brought to your mate when you've committed some conceived slight. This is "drachenfutter" or dragon's food.

  • In Chinese, the words for crisis and opportunity are the same.

  • No word in the English language rhymes with month.


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  • The poisonous copperhead smells like fresh cut cucumbers. about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

  • In Disney's "Fantasia", the Sorcerer's name is "Yensid" (Disney backwards.)

  • Anne Boleyn had six fingernails on one hand.

  • Mustard gas was invented in the McKinley Building on the American University campus. Additionally, preliminary work on the Manhattan Project was done in that building. The government used the McKinley Building because of its unusual architecture. If there would be any type of large explosion inside the building, the building would implode onto itself, containing any lethal gas or nuclear material. The building now houses the Physics Department.

  • When angered, the ears of Tasmanian devils turn a pinkish-red.


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Questions? about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?


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After you finish the test: about 15, an exhaust velocity of 2.1 km/sec, and a firing time of 30 sec. Can the rocket achieve a stable orbit 300 km above the earth?

Work on make-up work,

Work on extra credit paper,

Sleep?:P


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