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Name ________________________________ Period 1 3

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1. How to combine integers with adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.
2. How to multiply and divide integers with positive and negative numbers.
3. How to use the commutative, associative and distributive property.
4. How to use the order of operations.
5. How to combine like terms of an expression.
6. How to solve an equation.
7. How to solve an inequality.
8. How to find a rate or unit rate.
9. How to set a proportion.
10.How to find the percent of a number.
11.How to find the tax, tip, or discount of the original price.
12.How to identify the three types of angles.
13.How to find the circumference and area of a circle.
14.How to find the surface area of a rectangular prism.
15.How to find the volume of a rectangular and triangular prism.
16.How to find a cross section of a three-dimensional figure.
17.How to find the mean, median, and mode of a data set.
18.How to find the range and interquartile range of a data set.
19.How to make a box plot using your five number summary.
20.How to find the probability of a simple event.
21.How to find the probability of a compound event.
22.How to make a tree diagram.
23.How to find a missing angle in a triangle.
24.How to classify a triangle by its sides.
25.How to classify a triangle by its angles.
26.How to make a simulation of a given situation.
27.How to represent the sample space of an event.
28.How to find the absolute value of a number.
29.How to make a ratio.
30.How to know the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.

On your poster, include the following:
1. Title / Topic
2. Define / explain (in words) the topic
3. List any and all rules that we learned about your topic.
4. Give an example.
5. Extra Credit – find an online video (2 minutes or less) explaining your topic.
Constant of Proportionality
Define: K is a constant rate. If one
variable is always the product of the
other and a constant y = kx, the two are
said to be directly proportional.

Rule: Graphs are proportional when it
forms a straight line and goes through
zero.
Y = kx
Example:
100 = k10

10 = k

Y = 10x