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by D. Fisher

by D. Fisher

Changing Percents by D. Fisher 1. a. The Soccer team is raising $800 for equipment. It is 50% of the way to the goal. How much money has been raised? 100% $800 $50 75% $600 50% $400 25% $200 b. Why is this answer wrong? 0 % $0

By paul
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REDUCING A FRACTION TO LOWER TERMS

REDUCING A FRACTION TO LOWER TERMS

REDUCING A FRACTION TO LOWER TERMS. BY: CARLIES HARVILL. REDUCING A FACTION TO LOWER TERMS MEANS FINDING AN EQUAL FRACTION WITH A SMALLER NUMERATOR AND DENOMINATOR. THE NUMERATOR AND DENOMINATOR OF A FRACTION ARE SOMETIMES CALLED TERMS.

By daniel_millan
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Understanding Proportion

Understanding Proportion

Understanding Proportion. Ratio . A ratio is the comparison of two numbers by division. A classroom has 16 boys and 12 girls. Also written as 16 boys , 16:12 or 16 to 12 12 girls Generally, ratios are in lowest terms:

By hubert
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10.1 Simplifying Expressions

10.1 Simplifying Expressions

10.1 Simplifying Expressions. Standard 12.0: Simplify fractions with polynomials in the numerator and denominator by factoring both and reducing to lowest terms. Rational Expression Simplest Form. A quotient of two polynomials.

By diem
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THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS

THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS

THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS. 1-2. VOCABULARY…. Order of Operations – the order in which we solve all problems Simplify – to get an expression down to its lowest terms Lowest Terms – having the least amount of numbers or variables possible. ORDER OF OPERATIONS.

By enan
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Welcome

Welcome

Welcome. to. Jeopardy!. Rational Expressions. 100. Fractions with Monomials. Adding & Subtracting. Multiplying & Dividing. Fractions with Polynomials. Equations. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500.

By xia
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WRITING THE EQUATION OF A LINE

WRITING THE EQUATION OF A LINE

WRITING THE EQUATION OF A LINE. Slope intercept form of a line. Y = mx+ b b is the y-intercept – point where it intersect the y – axis. m is the slope of the line. Rise over run. Steps to follow . Y=mx + b

By cyrah
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RENAME TO LOWER TERMS

RENAME TO LOWER TERMS

RENAME TO LOWER TERMS. Introducing: lower terms lowest terms identity. Rename To Lower Terms 1. These fractions are the same size. The fraction on the right is in lower terms because both the numerator and denominator are smaller than the fraction on the left. Rename To Lower Terms 2.

By goro
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Pharmacology I

Pharmacology I

Pharmacology I. Math Review. Fractions – add or subtract. Convert to equivalent fraction with like denominators Perform math on numerators Example ½ + 1/8 = 4/8 + 1/8 = 5 /8 11/12 – 17/24 = 22/24 – 17/24 = 2/ 24. Fractions - multiplication.

By sun
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Math 7 Final

Math 7 Final

Math 7 Final . CHAPTER 1 REVIEW. Patterns and Relations. 1. Which number is divisible by 3? 34 , 51, 68, 38 a. 34 b. 38 c. 51 d. 68. Patterns and Relations. 2. Use the divisibility rules to find all the factors of 112. a. 1 , 2, 3, 6, 7, 16, 18, 36, 56, 112

By iman
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Introduction to Fraction Operations. Introduction to Fraction Operations. In This Chapter, You Will Learn: To determine whether a number is divisible by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 To show why a number cannot be divided by zero To write fractions in lowest terms

By zeal
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College Algebra

College Algebra

College Algebra. RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS AND FUNCTIONS, RADICALS, AND RATIONAL EXPONENTS. Rational Expressions and Functions . Rational expressions Reducing to lowest terms Building up the denominator Rational functions Applications. Multiplication and Division .

By hina
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Unit 6

Unit 6

Unit 6. Addition of Common Fractions. Fraction problems are best worked longhand. Some fractions do have exact decimal equivalents and can be converted to numbers that can be worked with on the calculator.

By giulia
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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1 . Square Roots and Surface Area. 1.1 – square roots of perfect squares 1.2 – square roots of non-perfect squares. Chapter 1. review. The Pythagorean Theorem:. Area = . L 2. Remember, the opposite of squaring is take the square root. Volume = . L 3. handout.

By teddy
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The Distance Formula

The Distance Formula

The Distance Formula. Lesson 9.5. Find the distance between the two points:. (4, 4) and (-6, 4). (-2, 6) and (-2, -5). (4, 6) and (-5, -3). 9. 9. Count between 4 and -6. Distance is 10 units. Count between 6 and -5. Distance is 11 units. Draw in a right Δ .

By keanu
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1.2

1.2

1.2. Fractions!!!. Parallel Example 1. Identifying Fractions. Write fractions for the shaded and unshaded portions of each figure. a. b. The figure has 8 equal parts. There are 5 shaded parts. shaded portion. unshaded portion. The figure has 12 equal parts. There are 6 shaded parts.

By alder
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

Adding and Subtracting Fractions. Unit 7. Question #1. 1 + 2 5 3. Question #1. 1 + 2 = 13 5 3 15. Question #2. Answer #2. Answer is 2. Question #3. Answer #3. Answer is = 2 = 3 = 15 = 33. Question #4. Answer #4. Answer is = 6 .

By mahola
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Section 5.3 – The Graph of a Rational Function

Section 5.3 – The Graph of a Rational Function

Section 5.3 – The Graph of a Rational Function. General Steps to Graph a Rational Function. 1) Factor the numerator and the denominator. 2) State the domain and the location of any holes in the graph. 3) Simplify the function to lowest terms.

By lacey
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Probability

Probability

Probability. Data, Stats, and Probability. Probability. Impossible. Possible but not certain. Certain. Probability 0. Probability between 0 and 1. Probability 1. What are some events that have a probability of 1?. What are some events that have a probability of 0?. Probability.

By anitra
(191 views)

rhombus

rhombus

rhombus. an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram ; any equilateral parallelogram except a square. Lowest terms. the form of a fraction after dividing the numerator and denominator by their greatest common divisor. X-axis and y-axis. Lines that helps you keep/find the #’s .

By iago
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