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  • 1. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 Assignment: 1­­>Set 41 (odds) ­ Due Monday (12/17) 1
  • 2. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 Lesson 41 Warm­Up: 1) Find the area of a circle with a diameter of 6m. [Use 3.14 for pi] 2) Find the circumference of a circle with a  diameter of 6m. [Use 3.14 for pi] 3) Write 4,137,580,000 in scientific notation. 4) Simplify:     (­2)  ­  (­6)  +  (­4) 5) Simplify:(­2)(­6)               ­4 2
  • 3. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 Lesson 41: *function – a mathematical rule that identifies a  relationship between 2 sets of numbers; for each input  there is only one output *linear function – if all the input­output pairs of a function  fall on a line *For  a graph to be proportional, it must be: ­linear,  ­­pass through (0, 0),  ­­­and rises to the right 3
  • 4. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 Examples ­ Lesson 41: For the following functions, make a function table and use the values to  graph the equation.  Last, determine if the function is proportional or not. A) y = 3x x y 4
  • 5. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 B) y = 2x  ­  1 x y 5
  • 6. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 C) y = 1/2x  +  1 x y 6
  • 7. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 D) y = ­2x x y 7
  • 8. Lesson 41.notebook December 13, 2012 E) Does x = 8 and y = 3 satisfy the function y = 1/4x + 1?   8