Unit 3 Variables, Formulas, and Graphs. Read through the following slides. Take your time, review them as necessary, take notes if you need to. Complete all of the tasks assigned within the slides. General Pattern :. General patterns are essentially formulas or rules .
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Read through the following slides.
Take your time, review them as necessary, take notes if you need to.
Complete all of the tasks assigned within the slides.
P+P=2*P C/1=C a*(b+c) = (a*b) + (a*c)
4+4=2*410/1=103*(6+5) = (3*6) + (3*5)
15 + (-15) = 0 B + (-B) = 0
General Pattern Special Case
-GP a+b+6 = 6+b+a
-SC 2+9+6 = 6+9+2
Special Case General Pattern
5÷ 5= 1
4.6÷ 4.6= 1
Complete Math Journal Page 84 #s 1-4 AND 86 #s 2, 4 and 6.
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