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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Slope AKA Rise Over Run AKA Rate of Change

We discovered the "slope" formula today. Remember the different ways to find and interpret the slope depending on if the function is described as a graph, table of values or an equation. You can find a review of the lesson here. Follow the [Now YOU try it!] links to practice what you learned.

You can also quiz yourself on what you learned here, and there. And this is a little review quiz on the midpoint formula.

Does that picture remind you of anything? ;-)

1 Comments:

At 9/28/2005 4:57 PM, Anonymous janet said...

sysiphus :P

 

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