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• ### Population project

1. 1. Population Project JapanBy: Mikaela Fringer
2. 2. Linear Equation y=mx+b is the Linear EquationJust look at the straight line. Prediction:
3. 3. Work for Linear Equation
4. 4. Quadratic Equation In this part we got 3 points to ﬁnd a, b, and c. When doing this you have to use elimination and substitution. Then at the end you have to plug itJust look at the Curve line. in to the original equation to check Prediction: your answer.
5. 5. Work for Quadratic Equation a = 0.000105 b = 0.628858 c = 27
6. 6. Exponential Equation
7. 7. Work for Exponential Equation
8. 8. Explanation for ProjectText
9. 9. The End
10. 10. Slide 3 Slide 3 • Your work on writing a linear equation • your equation • your predictionRepeat for Quadratics and Exponential Curves Slope: Y1-Y2 : 1,040,000-1,270,000 X1-X2 120-160 -230,000 Part 1 -40 Point Slope: Y-Y1= m(X-X1) Y-1,040,000 = 5,750(X-120) Y-1,040,000 = 5,750x-690,000 +1,040,000 +1,040,000 Y = 5,750x + 350,000 1,040,000 = 5,750(120) + 350,000 1,040,000 = 690,000 + 350,000
11. 11. Slide 2 Slide 2 • Picture of graph • explain year zero and years since
12. 12. Last slide, Explain why each prediction is different Slide 4 Text Slide 2 • Picture of graph • explain year zero and years since Slide 1 • Introduction of making a prediction with a line • explain how to write an equation given two points Slide 3 • Your work on writing a linear equation • your equation • your prediction Repeat for Quadratics and Exponential Curves