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Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
Module 7 topic 1 notes and instruction
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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Our body systems are interconnected and dependent on
    • each other!
    • It takes all the systems for human
    • growth and development.
    • How is this related to a system of linear equations?
  • 3.
    • Think back to linear equations!
    • Given y = 2 x – 3, a "solution" to this equation was any ( x , y ) point that "worked" in the equation, made the equation TRUE!
    • y = 2 x – 3
    • 1 = 2(2) – 3
    • 1 = 4 – 3
    • 1 = 1
    • (2,1) is a solution since the statement is true!
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Graphing is one of many methods used to solve a linear system.
    • Solving Linear Systems by Graphing
  • 6.
    • Linear Systems
    • Intersect at (3,0)
  • 7.  
  • 8.
    • The equations must be in slope-intercept form: (y = mx + b)
    • Graph the system.
    • Find the point(s) of intersection.
    •  
    • If they DO NOT INTERSECT …
    • PARALLEL Lines produce NO SOLUTION b/c there are NO POINTS in common!
    • SAME Lines produce MANY SOLUTIONS b/c they share ALL POINTS!
  • 9. After reading the material in this topic, it is time to check your knowledge.  You may repeat the practice until you have received a score of 80 or above! Once you have successfully completed this assignment, you can move to the Mastery Assignments.

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