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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Scribe, Dec. 21 -Functioning with Functions



Hello to all... I'm today's Scribe!

Note: Exam Schedule

Friday, January 27 -AM English -PM Geography

Monday, January 30 -AM Science -PM MATH

For more info, check with your teachers.

Now, back to today's lesson...

We began the class with going over some of yesterday's homework (exercise 55.)
Then, of course, we had our Pre-Test. Examples of questions were:

If f(6) then evaluate: f(x) =2x^2-x+4 Answer...70

Other things we were asked were things like the Domain, the Range, being able to calculate slopes and plot points on graphs, create graphs with given information and find out more info from the graph we created.

From the people I talked to, most found the Pre-Test pretty straight-forward, but I still know we'll be studying away tonight. We have NO HOMEWORK, but like I said, we should be studying. Remember everyone our test is tomorrow and good luck!

Scribe for the first day back from the holidays will be...neecole.

To everyone I wish a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Crazy Kwanzaa, or just a great holiday season!

1 Comments:

At 12/21/2005 6:08 PM, Blogger AichelleS. said...

wow that's a really awesome post...by the way I like your graphic at the end[student from pc 30s blog]

 

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