You are on page 1of 12

Algebra II – Unit 2/8 Name ___________________________

June 2018 score ______ ______ ______

assignments notes Neatness

Graphing Functions
Lesson 2.2: ________________________________________________________________

Each inputanhasexactlyone uniqueoutput y


One-to-one: ___________________________________________________________________

Horizontal line test:check


_________________
Failifline hits 2 or more
____________________________________________________
1 pts

Vertical check function


_________________ line test: ____________________________________________________

Fails if line hits


→ ___________________________________________________________________________
2 or more

Integers whole s K
_________________: ____________________

Greatest Integer Function Floor Pound down


_______________ ___________ _______________ : __________________________________

f ( x) = 3.7 3

f ( x) = −5.5

6
f ( x) = 0.7

LinearFunctions
Lesson 2.3: ________________________________________________________________

ORDER Slope: m Y Yz or 42
_________________________
MATTERS

2 Y

negativeslopec M positiveslopecm

E y

y k m x h hiklisa
Point – Slope: _________________________________________________________________
point m slope

mxtb m
slope b yinterceptcoibb
Slope – Intercept: ______________________________________________________________
y

sameslopecsame m
Parallel Lines: _________________________________________________________________

lm 1 M ten
Perpendicular Lines ( 1 ): _____________________________________________________
Mo

Example 1: Find the equation of the line Example 2: Find the equation of the line

given the pointchild


1
(-8, 1) and m = − . kik
perpendicular to the point (4,
1
-7) and m = .

2 10

Y k m x h y k Mx h me to 1

y 1 x C8 y c7 x 4 As

y 1 121 8 yt7 10 40

y le Ix 4
ye 10 133 A

ye Ix 3

Lesson 2.4: ________________________________________________________________

GraphingInequalities

solid E I
___________ line: ____________________________

Dashed
___________ line: ____________________________

Shading:

solid or
1. Determine the type of line _______________________.
dashed

2. , : shade down output smaller


is thantheline
__________________________________________________________________

, : shade
up output is largerthanthe line
__________________________________________________________________

do 3

O2

y I txt 2
Example 3: Graph the inequality y x+2 Example 4: Graph the inequality y
d
O
− x−3
3
pos I P
hey slope

right3

r I

F 0,2

co CO

Systems of Equations
Lesson 2.5: ________________________________________________________________

Add subtract togetan equation in 1 variable


Elimination: _______________________________________________________________

• a variable to eliminate
_____________________________________________________
choose

1.
1 variablesmust be nea or pos ft
___________________________________________________________

infront
must bethe
2. _____________________________________________
same

solve for avariable to put in a cliff equation


Substitution: _______________________________________________________________

• Solve for a variable


_____________________________________________________

1.
Pluginto diff equation
_____________________________________________

back in tofind
other variable
2. ___________________________________________________________
Plug

Example 5: (Substitution) Find the solution Example 6: (Elimination) Find the solution

y = 2x − 5 x + 4 y = 22

to the system of equation a . to the system of equation a .


5 x + y = −2
b b 2x + y = 9

224

3 b xtD 2 Eliminate X

Xtl2x 2 2 a 2 81 44

3 5 2 b 2 xty
93x

3 O 7y 35

1 1,9 3 11 3

yI

Simplifying Radical
Lesson 8.1: ____________________________________________________________________

Properties of Radicals

Rules Example (#8)s

IndexRule #1:

a=
ayn Ffs
n

3
In
a =
f
n
Rule #2:

a 7

Tab F r9F r99


a• b =
f
Rule #3:

= AVM 6 105 6
m

Rule #4: an 5

E
Rule #5: =

Perfect Squares

12 = I 62 = 112 = 121 162 = 256

36
2 =
2
4
2
= 122 = 17 2 = 289

7
49 144

32 = 9 82 =
64 132 = 169 182 = 324

42 = 92 = 142 = 196 192 = 361

16 81

52 = 102 = 152 = 225 202 = 400

25 100

simplifying Radicals
Lesson 8.2 _____________________________________________________________________

Rule #3 and Rule #5 Practice

rarberatb
Recall: Rule #3 states _______________________________

Rule #3 Steps

Breakup product
1. ________ ____ the radical into a ___________ of __________ __________ largest

___________ __________ • ____ (see perfect squares chart on page 3)

perfect square

perfect square
2. Simplify the ____________ __________.
3. Repeat the process until there are no more perfect squares.

Example #9: Simplify 32 . You Try #1: Simplify 50 .

532
5160
52
532 54.58 525.52

258 254.52

4Tz 2.2 15522

You Try #2: Simplify


44rad
72 . You Try #3: Simplify 96 .

You Try #4: Simplify 45 .


Ta You Try #5: Simplify 600 .

13552 iff 56

110

Challenge #1: 6 3 • 5 3 Challenge #2: 8 2 • 5 10

F re
Recall: Rule #5 states _______________________________

Tb
Example #10: Simplify the following radicals.

9
a)

36

b)
x

60

t.ro 4zf f5 2FE

c)

125

Lesson 8.3 _____________________________________________________________________

Simplifying

mm Radicand stuff underthe


______________: ____________________________________________________
sign

add subtract______________,
To _____ or ____________ radicands you must have the ____________
same ____________
degree

randicand
and ________________.

Example 11: 3 x + 5 4 24 + 2 a + 6 x + 9 b + 2 4 24

74524T 9rXt2rat9rb

SolvingRadical Equation
Lesson 8.5 _____________________________________________________________________

How to Solve a Radical Equation

Isolate rfradical
1. ________________ the _____________.

square both
2. ____________ _________ sides of the equation.

solve
3. __________ for the variable.

Example #12: 2 x − 17 = −9

r2x 8
2

2 82 72
6414

321

How to Solve Radicals with Division.


Rule 5 to combine
1. Use _______________

both
f FJ
____________ radicals. ____________________________

2. ____________ _________ sides of the equation.


Square
solve
3. __________ for the variable.

x+3

fE III 9
Example #13: =3
x −1

Xt 12 9
12 8x
11289
Factoring Quadratics p
Lesson 3.1 _____________________________________________________________________
Ways to Factor Quadratics
1. Guess and Check
2. Calculator
3. Quadratic Formula
4. Cry

ax2tbxtc
Standard Form of a Quadratic: ______________________________
x2H4xt33
• ax 2 will always be in the top left box.
Y
• The number in front of x (grey)
ax 2 ____ x
should add up to b.
• c should be in the last box, last row.

____ x c

Steps
2 and _____ in the correct parts of the box.
9
1. Put your _______ C
X's
2. Put the ________ on the ________________.
diagonal
b
3. *THINK!* What numbers multiply to ______ and add up to ________.
ac
factor
4. Take out a ______________ from each row and column.

outside
5. Factors are _____________ of the box.

6
Example 14: Factor x 2 + 10 x + 21

x 2 + 10 x + 21 = ( )( )

Example 15: Factor x 2 + 12 x + 20

x 2 + 12 x + 20 = ( )( )

Example 16: Factor x 2 − 8 x − 20

x 2 − 8 x − 20 = ( )( )

7
Factor 3x 2 + 11x + 8
Example 17:
3 8 24
24
X ti as
3 8
3x 3 2 t3

8 t8x too

3x 2 + 11x + 8 = (
3 18) ( Xt I )

Classwork (You must show work for full credit)

y 2 − 12 y + 20 m2 + m − 12

2n 2 − 7 n + 5 2 x2 − 8x + 6

8
Example 14: Factor x 2 + 10 x + 21
1.21 21

X 17 21
2
t7x x tf
7.3 71 3 10
3 t3x 21

x 2 + 10 x + 21 = ( )( )
xt3 Xt7

Example 15: Factor x 2 + 12 x + 20


120 20

X ta 20
x tf
x X2 2
21
1.20
10 LOX 20 10.2 1072 12

x 2 + 12 x + 20 = (
Xtlo ) ( X 12 )

Example 16: Factor x 2 − 8 x − 20


I 20 20

20
X 10
x l
X x2 LX
10.2 1012 8
2 lox 20

x 2 − 8 x − 20 = ( )(
Xt2 X 10)

7
Example 17: Factor 3x 2 + 11x + 8

2 72
2 14
3
8.3 813 11
t8
2
X 3 8x
I 3x 8

3x 2 + 11x + 8 = ( )( )
3 18 Xt l

Classwork (You must show work for full credit)

y 2 − 12 y + 20 m2 + m − 12

2n 2 − 7 n + 5 2 x2 − 8x + 6

12 3

At
Is l EE 2

2h 5 n D
8
Special CASES
Lesson 3.3 _____________________________________________________________________

Special Cases of Quadratics

(a + b) 2 = (a + b)(a + b) = a 2 + 2ab + b 2
(a − b) 2 = (a − b)(a − b) = a 2 − 2ab + b 2
a 2 − b 2 = (a + b)(a − b)
2 Example 18: Expand (m + 3) 2 a2t2abtb2
atb
gag m 2t2 m 3 t 32
2 Example 19: Expand ( g − 5)2
lm2t6mt
a b AZ Lab b2
I g
2 2
g 5
25
tf 5
2

Example 20: Expand p − 642


g2 log
64 82
pz 8 p 8 pts
Challenge: Expand (2a + 4)2 a2t2abtb2
2a2t2C2a 4 42
4a2 that 16
Special Cases of Cubes

(a + b)3 = a 3 + 3a 2b + 3ab 2 + b3
(a − b)3 = a 3 − 3a 2b + 3ab 2 − b3
a 3 − b3 = (a − b)(a 2 + ab + b 2 )

France Pascal
______________’s Triangle

Blaise Pascal o C2at4 2


I l I
I 2 I 2
I 3 3 I 3
1 4 64 I 4
I 510105 I
I 6 1520156 I
112,2 t 21244 t 1.42
l 7213535217 I 492 16at 16 9
Solving Quadratic
Lesson 3.4 _____________________________________________________________________

Zero Product Property If A 13 O 0 A0


_________ ____________ _____________: __________________________________________ 13
How to Solve a Quadratic Equation

Factor
1. ______________ the polynomial.

set fader equal Zero Zero Prod Prop


2. ______ each ____________ _________ to _______. (____________________________)
3. Solve variable
________ for the ____________ in each equation.
4.
X
Write solution as _________________________________________.

Example 21: Solve 2 x 2 + 5 x + 3


6
6 LX t 3
6 71 7
203 21 3 5r
xp 2 351 0 X 2 2 3 X
t 2 x 3
Xtl
4 2 13 0 oI
Lesson 8.7: ____________________________________________________________________

n
Recall: For a nonnegative number b and a positive integer n, b means a number raised to the
_____th power equals to _______.

n
b
Example 22:

a) 4 16

b) 3 125

m
Recall: a n
= n a m = ( n a )2

3
Example 23: 4 2

10