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    1. 1. TERM In your own words… Picture1.2.3.4.5.6.7.
    2. 2. TERM In your own words…1.2.3.4.5.6.7.
    3. 3. Mix and MatchStudents are given a graphic organizer ofterms. They are told to represent the termin their own words and with a picture.Students then cut the graphic organizer,scramble the terms and then glue themtogether appropriately.Created by Tracy Allen
    4. 4. In your own words ExampleNounProper NounCommon NounConcrete NounAbstract NounNOUNS
    5. 5. You Do to We Do to I Doy=mx+b In your own words Picturey-interceptOrdered pairPositive slopeNegative slopeZero SlopeUndefined slopeSlope
    6. 6. In your own words ExampleRootsPrefixesSuffixesSynonymsAntonymsHomonyms
    7. 7. In your own words ExampleInclinedPlaneWedgeScrewsLeversFulcrumPulley
    8. 8. ProblemIn your ownwords…Factor23 xx24 xx92x1032xx
    9. 9. In your ownwords…PictureEvaporationCondensationPrecipitation
    10. 10. EXPANDIn your ownwords…Factorhyhxcbca))(( ybxa
    11. 11. TERMIn your ownwords…Key PersonOperationOverlord“DoolittleRaid”“finalsolution”
    12. 12. ProblemIn your ownwords…Answerxxxx
    13. 13. 1. Converse a. q  p2. Inverse b. ~q  ~p3. Contrapositive c. ~p  ~qIf p  q
    14. 14. Linear Relationships between thevariables x and yIn your ownwords…PicturePositive CorrelationNegativeCorrelationNo Correlation 1 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-61 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-61 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-6
    15. 15. EquationSlope-Intercept Formy=mx+bGraphIn your ownwords describeslope…1 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-61 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-61 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-61 2 3 4-1-2-3-412345 6-5-656-1-2-3-4-5-6

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