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Bell Work 12/2/14. Graph the equation. Yesterday’s Homework. Any questions? Please pass your homework to the front. Make sure the correct heading is on your paper. Is your NAME on your paper? Make sure the homework is 100% complete. Incomplete work will NOT be accepted. Heading.

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## Bell Work 12/2/14

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**Bell Work 12/2/14**Graph the equation.**Yesterday’s Homework**• Any questions? • Please pass your homework to the front. • Make sure the correct heading is on your paper. • Is your NAME on your paper? • Make sure the homework is 100% complete. • Incomplete work will NOT be accepted.**Heading**1/8/2020 Slope (using a graph) TSWBAT: find the slope of a line using a graph. Students understand the concepts of parallel lines and perpendicular lines and how those slopes are related. Students are able to find the equation of a line perpendicular to a given line that passes through a given point.**Notes**• Slope (m) = Ratio of the vertical rise to the horizontal run. • Tells you how the line MOVES. • Our definition • Formula Other formulas used.**Notes**• Types of Slope a. POSITIVE b. NEGATIVE RISES from left to right. FALLS from left to right. c. ZERO d. UNDEFINED No rise (horizontal). No run (vertical).**Notes**• Rules to finding Slope 1. Identify points on the line. 2. Pick the point on the left. • Go up/down first. • Go right/left next. 3.**Notes**Now you try. Find the slope. 1. Identify points on the line. 2. Pick the point on the left. • Go up/down first. • Go right/left next. 3.**Notes**Now you try. Find the slope. 1. Identify points on the line. 2. Pick the point on the left. • Go up/down first. • Go right/left next. 3.**Notes**Graph the points and then find the slope. Ex. 1. Identify points on the line. 2. Pick the point on the left. • Go up/down first. • Go right/left next. 3.**Notes**Now you try. Graph the points and then find the slope. Ex. 1. Identify points on the line. 2. Pick the point on the left. • Go up/down first. • Go right/left next. 3.**Class Work**Find the slope.**Summary**• The slope is how the line ______. To find it using a graph just pick two points and use the definition of rise/____. Pick the point on the left and move up (positive) or down (________) until you are level with the other point. Now go right until you hit the point. Reduce if ________. • moves • run • negative • possible**Today’s Homework**• 5.3A – Pg 276: 3-6, 12-16, 20-25 • Rules for Homework • Pencil ONLY. • Must show all of your work. • NO WORK = NO CREDIT • Must attempt EVERY problem. • Always check your answers.**Ticket Out the Door**• Complete the Ticket Out the Door without talking!!!!! • Talking = time after the bell! • Put your NAME on the paper. • When finished, turn your paper face DOWN. • Find the slope.

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