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This document discusses different methods for finding the equation of a line, including: 1) Given the slope and y-intercept 2) Using a graph 3) Given a point and the slope 4) Given two points It provides examples of how to write the line equation using each method.

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Linear Equations in Two Variables

The document discusses linear equations in two variables. It defines a linear equation as one that can be written in the standard form Ax + By = C, where A, B, and C are real numbers and A and B cannot both be zero. Examples are provided of determining if equations are linear and identifying the A, B, and C components if they are linear. The document also discusses using ordered pairs as solutions to linear equations and finding multiple solutions to a given linear equation.

Solving Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables by Graphing

This document discusses solving systems of linear equations in two variables by graphing. It begins by recalling the different types of systems and their properties. It then shows examples of writing linear equations in slope-intercept form and graphing individual equations. The main steps for solving a system by graphing are outlined: 1) write both equations in slope-intercept form, 2) graph them on the same plane, 3) find the point of intersection, and 4) check that the solution satisfies both equations. Several examples are worked through demonstrating how to graph systems, find the point of intersection, and verify the solution. The document concludes with an application problem asking students to solve systems, identify the solution location on a map, and describe the

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The document discusses how to graph linear equations and inequalities in two variables. It provides examples of graphing linear equations by plotting ordered pairs, finding intercepts, and using linear equations to model data. Specifically, it shows how to graph equations of the form y=mx+b, Ax+By=0, y=b, and x=a. It demonstrates finding intercepts and using them to graph equations. Finally, it gives an example of using a linear equation to model the monthly costs of a small business based on the number of products sold.

Equations of a line ppt

To write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b) given the slope (m) and y-intercept (b):
1) Identify the y-intercept as the y-value when x=0
2) Plug the slope (m) and y-intercept (b) into the slope-intercept equation
3) To write the equation when given two points, use the point-slope formula: y-y1=m(x-x1), where m is the slope calculated from the two points.

Slope of a line

The document discusses slope and how to calculate it. It defines slope as the steepness of a line or the rate of change between two points. Slope is represented by the letter m. There are three main ways to calculate slope: 1) using the formula m = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) for two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2); 2) by finding the rise over run when given a graph; 3) by taking the coefficient of x when a line equation is in the form of y = mx + b, where m represents the slope. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculating slope using these different methods.

Factoring Sum and Difference of Two Cubes

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Factoring by grouping ppt

This document outlines key concepts and examples for factoring polynomials. It discusses factoring trinomials of the forms x^2 + bx + c, ax^2 + bx + c, and x^2 + bx + c by grouping. Examples are provided to demonstrate finding the greatest common factor of terms, factoring trinomials by finding two numbers whose product and sum meet the given criteria, and checking factoring results using FOIL. Sections cover the greatest common factor, factoring trinomials of different forms, and solving quadratic equations by factoring.

Grade 8-if-then-statement

Here are the converses, inverses, and contrapositives of the given statements:
1. Conditional: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary.
Converse: If two angles are supplementary, then they form a linear pair.
Inverse: If two angles do not form a linear pair, then they are not supplementary.
Contrapositive: If two angles are not supplementary, then they do not form a linear pair.
2. Conditional: If a parallelogram has a right angle, then it is a rectangle.
Converse: If a parallelogram is a rectangle, then it has a right angle.
Inverse: If a parallelogram does not have

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The document discusses linear equations in two variables. It defines a linear equation as one that can be written in the standard form Ax + By = C, where A, B, and C are real numbers and A and B cannot both be zero. Examples are provided of determining if equations are linear and identifying the A, B, and C components if they are linear. The document also discusses using ordered pairs as solutions to linear equations and finding multiple solutions to a given linear equation.

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This document discusses solving systems of linear equations in two variables by graphing. It begins by recalling the different types of systems and their properties. It then shows examples of writing linear equations in slope-intercept form and graphing individual equations. The main steps for solving a system by graphing are outlined: 1) write both equations in slope-intercept form, 2) graph them on the same plane, 3) find the point of intersection, and 4) check that the solution satisfies both equations. Several examples are worked through demonstrating how to graph systems, find the point of intersection, and verify the solution. The document concludes with an application problem asking students to solve systems, identify the solution location on a map, and describe the

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The document discusses how to graph linear equations and inequalities in two variables. It provides examples of graphing linear equations by plotting ordered pairs, finding intercepts, and using linear equations to model data. Specifically, it shows how to graph equations of the form y=mx+b, Ax+By=0, y=b, and x=a. It demonstrates finding intercepts and using them to graph equations. Finally, it gives an example of using a linear equation to model the monthly costs of a small business based on the number of products sold.

Equations of a line ppt

To write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b) given the slope (m) and y-intercept (b):
1) Identify the y-intercept as the y-value when x=0
2) Plug the slope (m) and y-intercept (b) into the slope-intercept equation
3) To write the equation when given two points, use the point-slope formula: y-y1=m(x-x1), where m is the slope calculated from the two points.

Slope of a line

The document discusses slope and how to calculate it. It defines slope as the steepness of a line or the rate of change between two points. Slope is represented by the letter m. There are three main ways to calculate slope: 1) using the formula m = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) for two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2); 2) by finding the rise over run when given a graph; 3) by taking the coefficient of x when a line equation is in the form of y = mx + b, where m represents the slope. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculating slope using these different methods.

Factoring Sum and Difference of Two Cubes

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Factoring by grouping ppt

This document outlines key concepts and examples for factoring polynomials. It discusses factoring trinomials of the forms x^2 + bx + c, ax^2 + bx + c, and x^2 + bx + c by grouping. Examples are provided to demonstrate finding the greatest common factor of terms, factoring trinomials by finding two numbers whose product and sum meet the given criteria, and checking factoring results using FOIL. Sections cover the greatest common factor, factoring trinomials of different forms, and solving quadratic equations by factoring.

Grade 8-if-then-statement

Here are the converses, inverses, and contrapositives of the given statements:
1. Conditional: If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary.
Converse: If two angles are supplementary, then they form a linear pair.
Inverse: If two angles do not form a linear pair, then they are not supplementary.
Contrapositive: If two angles are not supplementary, then they do not form a linear pair.
2. Conditional: If a parallelogram has a right angle, then it is a rectangle.
Converse: If a parallelogram is a rectangle, then it has a right angle.
Inverse: If a parallelogram does not have

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This document discusses using the point-slope form to find the equation of a line given a slope and point. It provides the point-slope form equation, and examples of finding the line equation for different slopes and points. Exercises are provided for the reader to practice finding additional line equations using given slopes and points.

Triangle inequalities

The document discusses various theorems and properties related to triangles, including:
1) The exterior angle theorem states that the measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the measures of its two remote interior angles.
2) The triangle inequality theorem states that the sum of the measures of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the measure of the third side.
3) Properties relating the lengths of sides and measures of angles in a triangle, such as if sides are unequal then angles will be unequal as well.

Writing the Equation of Line Given Two Points

This document provides instructions for writing the equation of a line given two points in both slope-intercept and standard form. It explains how to find the slope between two points and use the point-slope formula to write the equation in slope-intercept form. It then shows how to take that equation and rearrange it to write it in standard form, ensuring the leading coefficient is positive and there are no fractions or common factors. An example is worked through step-by-step to demonstrate these processes.

Equations of a Line

This document provides instruction on writing equations of lines using different forms: slope-intercept, point-slope, two-point, and intercept forms. Examples are given for writing equations of lines when given characteristics like slope, points, or intercepts. The last section presents an application example of using line equations to determine if two sets of bones found in an excavation site are parallel.

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The document provides examples and explanations for writing linear equations in point-slope and slope-intercept form given the slope and a point, or two points on the line. It includes warm-up questions, examples with step-by-step solutions for writing equations from graphical and numerical information, and a problem applying the concepts to a real-world situation. Practice problems assess understanding of writing linear equations from geometric or tabular data.

Cube of binomial

The cube of a binomial can be found using the formula F3 + 3F2L + 3FL2 + L3, where:
- F3 is the cube of the first term
- 3F2L is 3 times the square of the first term multiplied by the second term
- 3FL2 is 3 times the first term multiplied by the square of the second term
- L3 is the cube of the second term
This formula is demonstrated through examples of finding the cubes of (x + 2), (x - 2), and (2x + y).

Quadratic inequalities

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Factoring the difference of two squares

The document discusses factoring the difference of two squares through examples such as (x+5)(x-5)=x^2 - 25. It explains that to factor a difference of two squares, we write the expression as the difference of two terms squared, then group the terms with the same bases and opposite signs inside parentheses. Several practice problems are provided to reinforce this technique for factoring completely the difference of two squares.

Finding the slope of a line

This document defines slope and discusses how to calculate it using the rise over run method. Slope is the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change between two points on a line. It provides examples of finding the slopes of various lines by calculating rise over run. The document concludes by explaining that if you know the slope and one point, you can draw the line. It provides examples of drawing lines given the slope and a point.

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This document contains a lesson on slope of a line from a mathematics course. It includes examples of calculating slope given two points on a line, identifying whether graphs represent constant or variable rates of change, and word problems applying slope to real-world contexts like cost of fruit and gas. The key points are that slope is defined as the ratio of rise over run, or change in y over change in x, and represents the constant rate of change for linear equations and functions.

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This document provides instructions on graphing lines by plotting ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. It explains that an ordered pair consists of two numbers in parentheses separated by a comma, with the first number representing the x-coordinate and the second representing the y-coordinate. It then discusses how to plot points by starting at the origin (0,0) and moving left/right along the x-axis and up/down along the y-axis. The document also covers how to graph lines by plotting points from a table of x-y values and connecting them. It introduces the concept of slope as the steepness of a line and how to calculate it between two points using the rise over run formula.

Linear equation in 2 variables

This document provides information about linear equations in two variables. It defines a linear equation as one that can be written in the form ax + by + c = 0, where a, b, and c are real numbers and a and b are not equal to 0. It discusses using the rectangular coordinate system to graph linear equations by plotting the x- and y-intercepts. It also describes how to determine if an ordered pair is a solution to a linear equation by substituting the x- and y-values into the equation. Finally, it briefly outlines common methods for solving systems of linear equations, including elimination, substitution, and cross-multiplication.

Multiplying polynomials

The document describes three methods for multiplying polynomials:
1) The distributive property, which involves multiplying each term of one polynomial with each term of the other.
2) FOIL (First, Outer, Inner, Last), which is a mnemonic for multiplying binomials by multiplying corresponding terms.
3) The box method, which involves drawing a box and writing one polynomial above and beside the box, then multiplying corresponding terms. Examples are provided to demonstrate each method.

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System of Linear inequalities in two variables

This document provides instructions for solving systems of linear inequalities in two variables by graphing. It defines a system of inequalities and explains that the solution is the region where the graphs of the inequalities overlap. A step-by-step process is outlined: 1) graph each inequality individually, 2) shade the appropriate half-plane, 3) the overlapping shaded regions represent the solution. An example system is graphed to demonstrate. Students will evaluate by being assigned a system to graph and answer related questions about the solution region.

Writing Equations of a Line

1) The document discusses various forms of equations for lines, including slope-intercept form, standard form, and point-slope form. It provides definitions and examples of writing equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept or given two points on the line.
2) Key concepts covered include writing the equation of a line given its slope m and y-intercept b using slope-intercept form y=mx+b, or given slope m and a point (x1,y1) using point-slope form y-y1=m(x-x1).
3) Examples are provided for writing equations of lines using slope-intercept form when given slope and y-intercept, and using point-

Graphing Quadratics

This document provides information about graphing quadratic functions. It defines the standard form of a quadratic function as y = ax^2 + bx + c and explains that the sign of a determines if the parabola opens up or down. It describes how to find the axis of symmetry, vertex, domain and range. The steps to graph a quadratic function are given as finding the axis of symmetry, the vertex, and then two other points to reflect across the axis and connect with a smooth curve. Methods for finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, y-intercept and solutions are demonstrated through examples.

Parallel lines and transversals

1. The document discusses angles formed when lines are intersected by a transversal line.
2. It defines types of angles formed, including corresponding angles, alternate interior/exterior angles, and consecutive interior/exterior angles.
3. Examples are provided to demonstrate identifying angle types and using angle properties involving parallel lines cut by a transversal.

Subtracting polynomials

To subtract polynomials, you keep the sign of the first term, change subtraction to addition, and flip the sign of the second term. You then apply this process to every term in the polynomials. The document provides an example rule, two practice problems to try, and the answers to check your work.

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The document provides information about finding the coordinates of points, plotting pairs of points, calculating the slope of lines between points, and obtaining the equation of a line using the two-point form. It gives examples of finding the slope and equation of lines passing through various pairs of points. It also includes examples for students to practice finding the equations of lines from given points.

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Using vectors and the various operations defined on them we can get equations for lines and planes based on descriptive data. We can also find distances between linear objects, such as point to line, point to plane, plane to plane, and line to line.

point slope form

This document discusses using the point-slope form to find the equation of a line given a slope and point. It provides the point-slope form equation, and examples of finding the line equation for different slopes and points. Exercises are provided for the reader to practice finding additional line equations using given slopes and points.

Triangle inequalities

The document discusses various theorems and properties related to triangles, including:
1) The exterior angle theorem states that the measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the measures of its two remote interior angles.
2) The triangle inequality theorem states that the sum of the measures of any two sides of a triangle is greater than the measure of the third side.
3) Properties relating the lengths of sides and measures of angles in a triangle, such as if sides are unequal then angles will be unequal as well.

Writing the Equation of Line Given Two Points

This document provides instructions for writing the equation of a line given two points in both slope-intercept and standard form. It explains how to find the slope between two points and use the point-slope formula to write the equation in slope-intercept form. It then shows how to take that equation and rearrange it to write it in standard form, ensuring the leading coefficient is positive and there are no fractions or common factors. An example is worked through step-by-step to demonstrate these processes.

Equations of a Line

This document provides instruction on writing equations of lines using different forms: slope-intercept, point-slope, two-point, and intercept forms. Examples are given for writing equations of lines when given characteristics like slope, points, or intercepts. The last section presents an application example of using line equations to determine if two sets of bones found in an excavation site are parallel.

Chapter 5 Point Slope Form

The document provides examples and explanations for writing linear equations in point-slope and slope-intercept form given the slope and a point, or two points on the line. It includes warm-up questions, examples with step-by-step solutions for writing equations from graphical and numerical information, and a problem applying the concepts to a real-world situation. Practice problems assess understanding of writing linear equations from geometric or tabular data.

Cube of binomial

The cube of a binomial can be found using the formula F3 + 3F2L + 3FL2 + L3, where:
- F3 is the cube of the first term
- 3F2L is 3 times the square of the first term multiplied by the second term
- 3FL2 is 3 times the first term multiplied by the square of the second term
- L3 is the cube of the second term
This formula is demonstrated through examples of finding the cubes of (x + 2), (x - 2), and (2x + y).

Quadratic inequalities

A quadratic inequality is an inequality involving a quadratic expression, such as ax^2 + bx + c < 0. To solve a quadratic inequality, we first find the solutions to the corresponding equation (set the inequality equal to 0) and then test values on either side of those solutions in the original inequality to determine the solutions to the inequality. The solutions to the inequality will be all values of the variable that satisfy the given relationship.

Factoring the difference of two squares

The document discusses factoring the difference of two squares through examples such as (x+5)(x-5)=x^2 - 25. It explains that to factor a difference of two squares, we write the expression as the difference of two terms squared, then group the terms with the same bases and opposite signs inside parentheses. Several practice problems are provided to reinforce this technique for factoring completely the difference of two squares.

Finding the slope of a line

This document defines slope and discusses how to calculate it using the rise over run method. Slope is the ratio of vertical change to horizontal change between two points on a line. It provides examples of finding the slopes of various lines by calculating rise over run. The document concludes by explaining that if you know the slope and one point, you can draw the line. It provides examples of drawing lines given the slope and a point.

Slope of a Line

This document contains a lesson on slope of a line from a mathematics course. It includes examples of calculating slope given two points on a line, identifying whether graphs represent constant or variable rates of change, and word problems applying slope to real-world contexts like cost of fruit and gas. The key points are that slope is defined as the ratio of rise over run, or change in y over change in x, and represents the constant rate of change for linear equations and functions.

Graphing Linear Functions

This document provides instructions on graphing lines by plotting ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. It explains that an ordered pair consists of two numbers in parentheses separated by a comma, with the first number representing the x-coordinate and the second representing the y-coordinate. It then discusses how to plot points by starting at the origin (0,0) and moving left/right along the x-axis and up/down along the y-axis. The document also covers how to graph lines by plotting points from a table of x-y values and connecting them. It introduces the concept of slope as the steepness of a line and how to calculate it between two points using the rise over run formula.

Linear equation in 2 variables

This document provides information about linear equations in two variables. It defines a linear equation as one that can be written in the form ax + by + c = 0, where a, b, and c are real numbers and a and b are not equal to 0. It discusses using the rectangular coordinate system to graph linear equations by plotting the x- and y-intercepts. It also describes how to determine if an ordered pair is a solution to a linear equation by substituting the x- and y-values into the equation. Finally, it briefly outlines common methods for solving systems of linear equations, including elimination, substitution, and cross-multiplication.

Multiplying polynomials

The document describes three methods for multiplying polynomials:
1) The distributive property, which involves multiplying each term of one polynomial with each term of the other.
2) FOIL (First, Outer, Inner, Last), which is a mnemonic for multiplying binomials by multiplying corresponding terms.
3) The box method, which involves drawing a box and writing one polynomial above and beside the box, then multiplying corresponding terms. Examples are provided to demonstrate each method.

Rational exponents and radicals

Rational exponents are exponents that are ratios or fractions. There are three different ways to write a rational exponent: as a ratio of exponents, as a root of a root, and with a variable exponent. Rational exponents can be rewritten between exponential and radical forms. They follow the standard exponent rules when simplifying expressions, distributing exponents over division and applying negative exponent rules.

11.1 linear equations in two variables

This document discusses graphs of linear equations and inequalities in two variables. It covers interpreting graphs, writing solutions as ordered pairs, deciding if an ordered pair is a solution to an equation, completing ordered pairs, completing tables of values, and plotting ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. The objectives are to be able to perform each of these tasks related to linear equations in two variables represented in rectangular coordinate systems.

System of Linear inequalities in two variables

This document provides instructions for solving systems of linear inequalities in two variables by graphing. It defines a system of inequalities and explains that the solution is the region where the graphs of the inequalities overlap. A step-by-step process is outlined: 1) graph each inequality individually, 2) shade the appropriate half-plane, 3) the overlapping shaded regions represent the solution. An example system is graphed to demonstrate. Students will evaluate by being assigned a system to graph and answer related questions about the solution region.

Writing Equations of a Line

1) The document discusses various forms of equations for lines, including slope-intercept form, standard form, and point-slope form. It provides definitions and examples of writing equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept or given two points on the line.
2) Key concepts covered include writing the equation of a line given its slope m and y-intercept b using slope-intercept form y=mx+b, or given slope m and a point (x1,y1) using point-slope form y-y1=m(x-x1).
3) Examples are provided for writing equations of lines using slope-intercept form when given slope and y-intercept, and using point-

Graphing Quadratics

This document provides information about graphing quadratic functions. It defines the standard form of a quadratic function as y = ax^2 + bx + c and explains that the sign of a determines if the parabola opens up or down. It describes how to find the axis of symmetry, vertex, domain and range. The steps to graph a quadratic function are given as finding the axis of symmetry, the vertex, and then two other points to reflect across the axis and connect with a smooth curve. Methods for finding the axis of symmetry, vertex, y-intercept and solutions are demonstrated through examples.

Parallel lines and transversals

1. The document discusses angles formed when lines are intersected by a transversal line.
2. It defines types of angles formed, including corresponding angles, alternate interior/exterior angles, and consecutive interior/exterior angles.
3. Examples are provided to demonstrate identifying angle types and using angle properties involving parallel lines cut by a transversal.

Subtracting polynomials

To subtract polynomials, you keep the sign of the first term, change subtraction to addition, and flip the sign of the second term. You then apply this process to every term in the polynomials. The document provides an example rule, two practice problems to try, and the answers to check your work.

point slope form

point slope form

Triangle inequalities

Triangle inequalities

Writing the Equation of Line Given Two Points

Writing the Equation of Line Given Two Points

Equations of a Line

Equations of a Line

Chapter 5 Point Slope Form

Chapter 5 Point Slope Form

Cube of binomial

Cube of binomial

Quadratic inequalities

Quadratic inequalities

Factoring the difference of two squares

Factoring the difference of two squares

Finding the slope of a line

Finding the slope of a line

Slope of a Line

Slope of a Line

Graphing Linear Functions

Graphing Linear Functions

Linear equation in 2 variables

Linear equation in 2 variables

Multiplying polynomials

Multiplying polynomials

Rational exponents and radicals

Rational exponents and radicals

11.1 linear equations in two variables

11.1 linear equations in two variables

System of Linear inequalities in two variables

System of Linear inequalities in two variables

Writing Equations of a Line

Writing Equations of a Line

Graphing Quadratics

Graphing Quadratics

Parallel lines and transversals

Parallel lines and transversals

Subtracting polynomials

Subtracting polynomials

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The document provides information about finding the coordinates of points, plotting pairs of points, calculating the slope of lines between points, and obtaining the equation of a line using the two-point form. It gives examples of finding the slope and equation of lines passing through various pairs of points. It also includes examples for students to practice finding the equations of lines from given points.

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This document discusses various forms of equations for lines including point-slope form, two-point form, slope-intercept form, intercept form, and normal form. It provides the definitions and step-by-step processes for deriving the equation of a line given certain characteristics like two points on the line, the slope and a point, the slope and y-intercept, x and y-intercepts, or the length of the perpendicular from the origin and the angle it makes with the x-axis.

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This document provides 20 quotes from historical figures to inspire creative genius. The quotes encourage thinking outside the box, taking risks, being curious, breaking rules, and gaining an unfair advantage through creativity. They emphasize trusting instincts, changing the world through committed groups, and navigating without a map in creative pursuits. The document aims to banish creative roadblocks by sharing inspirational thoughts on creativity.

40 Tools in 20 Minutes: Hacking your Marketing Career

Marketing today requires doing a little bit of everything from creative writing to HTML to light Photoshopping. There are a ton of free tools to make those tasks easier and scalable.
Originally presented at Suffolk University's Bridging the Gap Conference--April 18th, 2014.
WEB APPS
http://zapier.com
https://ifttt.com/
http://twitterfeed.com/
http://gaggleamp.com
http://landerapp.com/
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en
http://99designs.com/
http://visual.ly
http://www.alexa.com/
http://www.hubspot.com/blog-topic-generator
http://www.wordle.net/
www.inboundwriter.com
http://litmus.com/
http://www.inboundwriter.com/
https://www.optimizely.com/
http://thenounproject.com/
http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/
https://www.facebook.com/help/459892990722543/
http://ads.twitter.com
https://plzadvize.com/
DESKTOP APPS
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/caffeine/id411246225?mt=12
http://jumpcut.sourceforge.net/
http://www.gifgrabber.com/
http://www.gimp.org/
EMAIL TOOLS
http://getsignals.com
http://www.yesware.com/
http://www.boomeranggmail.com/
http://rapportive.com/
http://www.wisestamp.com/
http://verify-email.org
MOBILE APPS
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xuchdeid.clear
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cardmunch-business-card-reader/id478351777?mt=8
BROWSER PLUGINS
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/omnidrive/gpnikbcifngfgfcgcgfahidojdpklfia?hl=en-US
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/klout/
LEARNING PLATFORMS
http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/
http://www.codecademy.com/
http://teamtreehouse.com/
https://generalassemb.ly/
http://www.intelligent.ly/
http://smarterer.com/

2015 Travel Trends

Major hotel chains will focus less on amenities like TVs and phones in 2015, instead prioritizing free high-speed WiFi. Hotel occupancy is reaching new heights, causing room rates to rise, so hotels will emphasize savings opportunities. Travelers can expect to see more bundled packages that combine flights, rooms, and car rentals to provide affordable options. Emerging technologies like smartphone room keys and wearable devices will continue changing the travel experience.

Creating Powerful Customer Experiences

You’re not the expert. Your customers are, and who your customer is, is changing rapidly. Learn more about the digital consumer, how to bring new life to your customer experience, and inspire your team with workshop activities. Take a deeper look into the key drivers of your business, reinvigorate your customer experience, and gain insight from one of the newest inspiring entrepreneurs, who built his business around an out-of-the-ordinary customer experience. Why not create an experience that will leave your customers talking and sharing your brand with everyone? These musings were gathered after attending the Next Generation Customer Experience Conference in San Diego, March 2015.

Eco-nomics, The hidden costs of consumption

Joe, an average consumer, spends $25,000 annually on goods and consumes $100,000 worth of natural resources, but he only pays the direct retail costs and is unaware of the various hidden environmental, health, and security costs associated with production and transportation. These hidden costs—which include pollution cleanup, resource depletion, subsidies, and climate change impacts—add up to over $1 trillion annually for U.S. consumers. The document urges people to reduce their consumption, support sustainable businesses, and make more informed choices to limit these hidden costs that will otherwise be passed on to future generations.

Build a Better Entrepreneur Pitch Deck

An effective pitch presentation can be the difference between securing investment and/or support for your startup. Download our slide presentation, "Build a Better Pitch Deck," and gain insight on what content to include in your slides and how to design them for the most impact. This information is aggregated from leading entrepreneurship and investor sources both in Arizona and throughout the nation.

6 Snapchat Hacks Too Easy To Ignore

Gary Vaynerchuk provides tips for using Snapchat effectively. He notes that while only 1% of marketers currently use Snapchat, it has over 100 million active monthly users, making it a good platform to engage younger audiences. He then provides several tips, such as making emojis huge, finding hidden colors, using geofitlers to tag locations, replaying snaps once per day, drawing on an iPad for better quality, cross-promoting to other networks, using QR codes, and checking out the new Snapchat Discover feature. He encourages readers to get started using these tips on Snapchat.

Digital transformation in 50 soundbites

A presentation sharing 50 quotes from The New Reality study into digital transformation in the non-profit sector.

All About Beer

The document discusses the benefits of exercise for mental health. Regular physical activity can help reduce anxiety and depression and improve mood and cognitive functioning. Exercise causes chemical changes in the brain that may help boost feelings of calmness, happiness and focus.

Two point form Equation of a line

Two point form Equation of a line

Lesson 4: Lines, Planes, and the Distance Formula

Lesson 4: Lines, Planes, and the Distance Formula

Direction cosines

Direction cosines

Equations of Straight Lines

Equations of Straight Lines

Lines, planes, and hyperplanes

Lines, planes, and hyperplanes

Reflection of a point about a line & a plane in 2-D & 3-D co-ordinate systems...

Reflection of a point about a line & a plane in 2-D & 3-D co-ordinate systems...

ppt of Calculus

ppt of Calculus

Lines and planes in space

Lines and planes in space

Line Plane In 3 Dimension

Line Plane In 3 Dimension

What REALLY Differentiates The Best Content Marketers From The Rest

What REALLY Differentiates The Best Content Marketers From The Rest

How to Craft Your Company's Storytelling Voice by Ann Handley of MarketingProfs

How to Craft Your Company's Storytelling Voice by Ann Handley of MarketingProfs

20 Tweetable Quotes to Inspire Marketing & Design Creative Genius

20 Tweetable Quotes to Inspire Marketing & Design Creative Genius

40 Tools in 20 Minutes: Hacking your Marketing Career

40 Tools in 20 Minutes: Hacking your Marketing Career

2015 Travel Trends

2015 Travel Trends

Creating Powerful Customer Experiences

Creating Powerful Customer Experiences

Eco-nomics, The hidden costs of consumption

Eco-nomics, The hidden costs of consumption

Build a Better Entrepreneur Pitch Deck

Build a Better Entrepreneur Pitch Deck

6 Snapchat Hacks Too Easy To Ignore

6 Snapchat Hacks Too Easy To Ignore

Digital transformation in 50 soundbites

Digital transformation in 50 soundbites

All About Beer

All About Beer

Linear equations rev

This document discusses key concepts related to linear equations in two variables including:
1. Linear equations can be written in the form ax + by = c and are graphed as lines.
2. The slope of a line measures its steepness and is calculated using the slope formula.
3. Linear equations can be written in slope-intercept form y = mx + b or point-slope form y - y1 = m(x - x1) to graph the line.
4. Parallel lines have the same slope while perpendicular lines have slopes that are negative reciprocals.

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This document discusses linear equations in two variables. It defines linear equations and explains how to find the slope of a line using the slope formula. It presents the slope-intercept form and point-slope forms of linear equations and how to graph lines using these forms. It also discusses parallel and perpendicular lines based on the slopes of the lines.

Equation of the line

1. The document discusses various forms of linear equations including general, two-point, intercept, point-slope, and slope-intercept forms.
2. It provides examples of writing equations in each form given specific information like two points, an x-intercept and y-intercept, a point and slope, or just a slope and y-intercept.
3. Guided practice problems are included for writing equations parallel or perpendicular to a given line.

January 9, 2014

The document provides information about linear equations and graphs:
- It defines the slope formula for finding the slope between two points on a line.
- It explains the slope-intercept form of a linear equation where y=mx+b, with m being the slope and b being the y-intercept.
- It gives examples of writing equations in slope-intercept form and graphing lines from their equations.
- It discusses other forms like point-slope form and how to write equations of lines given characteristics like a point and slope.
- It defines parallel and perpendicular lines based on their slopes being equal or negative reciprocals, respectively.

WRITING AND GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS 1.pptx

The document discusses linear equations and graphing linear relationships. It defines key terms like slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, and provides examples of writing linear equations in slope-intercept form and point-slope form given certain information like a point and slope. It also discusses using tables and graphs to plot linear equations and find slopes from graphs or between two points. Real-world examples of linear relationships are provided as well.

identities1.2

The document discusses the concept of slope and how it is used to describe the steepness of a line. It defines slope as the ratio of the vertical change (rise) to the horizontal change (run) between two points on a line. Several forms of linear equations are presented, including point-slope form, slope-intercept form, and standard form. Relationships between parallel and perpendicular lines based on their slopes are also described. Examples are provided to demonstrate finding slopes, writing equations of lines, and determining if lines are parallel or perpendicular based on their slopes.

Writing linear equations

This document discusses writing linear equations in slope-intercept form and point-slope form by given information such as the slope, y-intercept, or two points on the line. It provides examples of finding the equation of a line given its slope and y-intercept, two points, or one point and the slope. The key methods covered are using the slope-intercept form y=mx+b and point-slope form y-y1=m(x-x1).

Ml lesson 4 7

The document discusses graphing lines using slope-intercept form. It provides examples of finding the slope and y-intercept of lines given their equations or points on the line. It also gives examples of writing equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept or a graph of the line. Finally, it discusses parallel lines and how they have the same slope.

12 LINEAR EQUATIONS.ppt

This document discusses writing equations of lines given different information. It explains how to write the equation of a line given the slope and y-intercept, slope and a point, or two points. It also covers determining if two lines are perpendicular or parallel based on comparing their slopes. Examples are provided for writing equations of lines and determining if lines are perpendicular or parallel.

Unit 6.1

The document provides examples for writing linear equations in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b) given different representations of a line:
1) Given the slope (m) and y-intercept (b), write the equation.
2) Given a graph of the line, calculate the slope and y-intercept to write the equation.
3) Given the coordinates of two points on the line, calculate the slope and use it to write the equation.
4) Given an equation and a point that the line passes through, solve for the missing slope (m) or y-intercept (b) value.

February 18 2016

The document discusses various formulas used to represent lines in the coordinate plane, including:
- Slope-intercept form: y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.
- Point-slope form: y – y1 = m(x – x1), where (x1, y1) is a known point on the line and m is the slope.
- Standard form: Ax + By = C, where A, B, and C are constants and A and B cannot both be 0.
It provides examples of writing equations of lines in different forms given information like the slope, a point, or the graph of the line. Converting between

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The document provides instructions for writing and graphing linear equations in slope-intercept form (y = mx + b). It defines key terms like slope (m), y-intercept (b), and parallel lines. Examples are given for writing equations from slope and y-intercept, graphing lines on a coordinate plane, and determining if two lines are parallel based on having the same slope. Key steps are outlined for graphing a line passing through a given point with a given slope.

Alg. 1 day 60 6 4 point slope form

The document discusses point-slope form of linear equations. It provides examples of writing equations in point-slope form given a slope and point, as well as graphing lines from their point-slope form equations. Key aspects include using the difference in y-values as the slope times the difference in x-values, and substituting the point's x- and y-values and given slope into the point-slope form equation y - y1 = m(x - x1).

2.4 writing equations of lines

1) This document discusses writing linear equations in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b) given different information: the slope (m) and y-intercept (b), a graph, the slope and a point, or two points.
2) It provides examples of writing equations of lines given: the slope and y-intercept, a graph, the slope and a point, two points, or the x- and y-intercepts.
3) The key steps are to identify the slope (m) and y-intercept (b) from the information provided, then substitute those values into the slope-intercept form equation to write the linear equation.

TechMathI - Slope intercept form

This document discusses linear equations and slope-intercept form. It provides examples of:
1) Finding the slope and y-intercept of linear equations in slope-intercept form like y = 4x + 2.
2) Writing equations of lines given the slope and y-intercept, such as an equation with m = 3 and y-intercept of 7.
3) Finding the slope and y-intercept from two points on a line, then writing the equation in slope-intercept form.

Algebra 2 Section 1-4

This document provides instruction on writing linear equations in slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and finding equations of lines parallel or perpendicular to given lines. It defines key vocabulary like slope, parallel, and perpendicular. Examples are worked through, like writing the equation of a line given its slope and a point, or finding the equation of a line perpendicular to another line passing through a given point. The problem set provided practices writing various linear equations.

Writing Equations Of Lines

This document provides instructions for writing equations of lines based on slope and y-intercept. It explains that the equation of a line is y = mx + b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept. Various examples are given of writing equations of lines given slope and y-intercept or two points on the line. The document also discusses writing equations of lines parallel or perpendicular to another line.

Ultimate guide to coordinate plane

1) The document provides examples and explanations for writing equations of lines given slope and y-intercept, two points, or one point and being parallel/perpendicular to another line. It also covers graphing lines and solving word problems involving linear equations.
2) Worked examples are presented for writing linear equations to represent real-world contexts like transportation options for a class field trip.
3) Guided practice problems reinforce the concepts with additional examples for students to work through, including determining if lines are parallel/perpendicular and solving multi-step word problems.

equation of the line using two point form

This document discusses using the two-point form to find the equation of a line given two points. It provides the two-point form equation, examples of using the form to find the slope and y-intercept of lines, and practice problems for determining the equation of lines passing through two points. The goal is to determine the equation in slope-intercept form using the two-point form equation and substituting the x- and y-coordinates of the two points.

Linear equations rev

Linear equations rev

คาบ 5 7

คาบ 5 7

Equation of the line

Equation of the line

January 9, 2014

January 9, 2014

WRITING AND GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS 1.pptx

WRITING AND GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS 1.pptx

identities1.2

identities1.2

MATHLECT1LECTUREFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFHJ.pdf

MATHLECT1LECTUREFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFHJ.pdf

Writing linear equations

Writing linear equations

Ml lesson 4 7

Ml lesson 4 7

12 LINEAR EQUATIONS.ppt

12 LINEAR EQUATIONS.ppt

Unit 6.1

Unit 6.1

February 18 2016

February 18 2016

คาบ2 2

คาบ2 2

Alg. 1 day 60 6 4 point slope form

Alg. 1 day 60 6 4 point slope form

2.4 writing equations of lines

2.4 writing equations of lines

TechMathI - Slope intercept form

TechMathI - Slope intercept form

Algebra 2 Section 1-4

Algebra 2 Section 1-4

Writing Equations Of Lines

Writing Equations Of Lines

Ultimate guide to coordinate plane

Ultimate guide to coordinate plane

equation of the line using two point form

equation of the line using two point form

"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

At this talk we will discuss DDoS protection tools and best practices, discuss network architectures and what AWS has to offer. Also, we will look into one of the largest DDoS attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure that happened in February 2022. We'll see, what techniques helped to keep the web resources available for Ukrainians and how AWS improved DDoS protection for all customers based on Ukraine experience

Y-Combinator seed pitch deck template PP

Pitch Deck Template

High performance Serverless Java on AWS- GoTo Amsterdam 2024

Java is for many years one of the most popular programming languages, but it used to have hard times in the Serverless community. Java is known for its high cold start times and high memory footprint, comparing to other programming languages like Node.js and Python. In this talk I'll look at the general best practices and techniques we can use to decrease memory consumption, cold start times for Java Serverless development on AWS including GraalVM (Native Image) and AWS own offering SnapStart based on Firecracker microVM snapshot and restore and CRaC (Coordinated Restore at Checkpoint) runtime hooks. I'll also provide a lot of benchmarking on Lambda functions trying out various deployment package sizes, Lambda memory settings, Java compilation options and HTTP (a)synchronous clients and measure their impact on cold and warm start times.

Northern Engraving | Modern Metal Trim, Nameplates and Appliance Panels

What began over 115 years ago as a supplier of precision gauges to the automotive industry has evolved into being an industry leader in the manufacture of product branding, automotive cockpit trim and decorative appliance trim. Value-added services include in-house Design, Engineering, Program Management, Test Lab and Tool Shops.

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

In the first session, we will review the organization's vision and how this has an impact on the COE Structure.
Topics covered:
• The role of a steering committee
• How do the organization’s priorities determine CoE Structure?
Speaker:
Chris Bolin, Senior Intelligent Automation Architect Anika Systems

Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Slides from event

Session 1 - Intro to Robotic Process Automation.pdf

👉 Check out our full 'Africa Series - Automation Student Developers (EN)' page to register for the full program:
https://bit.ly/Automation_Student_Kickstart
In this session, we shall introduce you to the world of automation, the UiPath Platform, and guide you on how to install and setup UiPath Studio on your Windows PC.
📕 Detailed agenda:
What is RPA? Benefits of RPA?
RPA Applications
The UiPath End-to-End Automation Platform
UiPath Studio CE Installation and Setup
💻 Extra training through UiPath Academy:
Introduction to Automation
UiPath Business Automation Platform
Explore automation development with UiPath Studio
👉 Register here for our upcoming Session 2 on June 20: Introduction to UiPath Studio Fundamentals: https://community.uipath.com/events/details/uipath-lagos-presents-session-2-introduction-to-uipath-studio-fundamentals/

"What does it really mean for your system to be available, or how to define w...

We will talk about system monitoring from a few different angles. We will start by covering the basics, then discuss SLOs, how to define them, and why understanding the business well is crucial for success in this exercise.

Christine's Product Research Presentation.pptx

How I do my Product Research

Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

before the computed tomography, it had been widely used.

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

Manufacturing custom quality metal nameplates and badges involves several standard operations. Processes include sheet prep, lithography, screening, coating, punch press and inspection. All decoration is completed in the flat sheet with adhesive and tooling operations following. The possibilities for creating unique durable nameplates are endless. How will you create your brand identity? We can help!

LF Energy Webinar: Carbon Data Specifications: Mechanisms to Improve Data Acc...

This LF Energy webinar took place June 20, 2024. It featured:
-Alex Thornton, LF Energy
-Hallie Cramer, Google
-Daniel Roesler, UtilityAPI
-Henry Richardson, WattTime
In response to the urgency and scale required to effectively address climate change, open source solutions offer significant potential for driving innovation and progress. Currently, there is a growing demand for standardization and interoperability in energy data and modeling. Open source standards and specifications within the energy sector can also alleviate challenges associated with data fragmentation, transparency, and accessibility. At the same time, it is crucial to consider privacy and security concerns throughout the development of open source platforms.
This webinar will delve into the motivations behind establishing LF Energy’s Carbon Data Specification Consortium. It will provide an overview of the draft specifications and the ongoing progress made by the respective working groups.
Three primary specifications will be discussed:
-Discovery and client registration, emphasizing transparent processes and secure and private access
-Customer data, centering around customer tariffs, bills, energy usage, and full consumption disclosure
-Power systems data, focusing on grid data, inclusive of transmission and distribution networks, generation, intergrid power flows, and market settlement data

Freshworks Rethinks NoSQL for Rapid Scaling & Cost-Efficiency

Freshworks creates AI-boosted business software that helps employees work more efficiently and effectively. Managing data across multiple RDBMS and NoSQL databases was already a challenge at their current scale. To prepare for 10X growth, they knew it was time to rethink their database strategy. Learn how they architected a solution that would simplify scaling while keeping costs under control.

What is an RPA CoE? Session 2 – CoE Roles

In this session, we will review the players involved in the CoE and how each role impacts opportunities.
Topics covered:
• What roles are essential?
• What place in the automation journey does each role play?
Speaker:
Chris Bolin, Senior Intelligent Automation Architect Anika Systems

[OReilly Superstream] Occupy the Space: A grassroots guide to engineering (an...

The typical problem in product engineering is not bad strategy, so much as “no strategy”. This leads to confusion, lack of motivation, and incoherent action. The next time you look for a strategy and find an empty space, instead of waiting for it to be filled, I will show you how to fill it in yourself. If you’re wrong, it forces a correction. If you’re right, it helps create focus. I’ll share how I’ve approached this in the past, both what works and lessons for what didn’t work so well.

inQuba Webinar Mastering Customer Journey Management with Dr Graham Hill

HERE IS YOUR WEBINAR CONTENT! 'Mastering Customer Journey Management with Dr. Graham Hill'. We hope you find the webinar recording both insightful and enjoyable.
In this webinar, we explored essential aspects of Customer Journey Management and personalization. Here’s a summary of the key insights and topics discussed:
Key Takeaways:
Understanding the Customer Journey: Dr. Hill emphasized the importance of mapping and understanding the complete customer journey to identify touchpoints and opportunities for improvement.
Personalization Strategies: We discussed how to leverage data and insights to create personalized experiences that resonate with customers.
Technology Integration: Insights were shared on how inQuba’s advanced technology can streamline customer interactions and drive operational efficiency.

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Building automations in FME Flow can save time, money, and help businesses scale by eliminating data silos and providing data to stakeholders in real-time. One essential component to orchestrating complex automations is the use of attributes & automation parameters (both formerly known as “keys”). In fact, it’s unlikely you’ll ever build an Automation without using these components, but what exactly are they?
Attributes & automation parameters enable the automation author to pass data values from one automation component to the next. During this webinar, our FME Flow Specialists will cover leveraging the three types of these output attributes & parameters in FME Flow: Event, Custom, and Automation. As a bonus, they’ll also be making use of the Split-Merge Block functionality.
You’ll leave this webinar with a better understanding of how to maximize the potential of automations by making use of attributes & automation parameters, with the ultimate goal of setting your enterprise integration workflows up on autopilot.

Apps Break Data

How information systems are built or acquired puts information, which is what they should be about, in a secondary place. Our language adapted accordingly, and we no longer talk about information systems but applications. Applications evolved in a way to break data into diverse fragments, tightly coupled with applications and expensive to integrate. The result is technical debt, which is re-paid by taking even bigger "loans", resulting in an ever-increasing technical debt. Software engineering and procurement practices work in sync with market forces to maintain this trend. This talk demonstrates how natural this situation is. The question is: can something be done to reverse the trend?

A Deep Dive into ScyllaDB's Architecture

This talk will cover ScyllaDB Architecture from the cluster-level view and zoom in on data distribution and internal node architecture. In the process, we will learn the secret sauce used to get ScyllaDB's high availability and superior performance. We will also touch on the upcoming changes to ScyllaDB architecture, moving to strongly consistent metadata and tablets.

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

An English 🇬🇧 translation of a presentation to the speech I gave about the main changes brought by CCS TSI 2023 at the biggest Czech conference on Communications and signalling systems on Railways, which was held in Clarion Hotel Olomouc from 7th to 9th November 2023 (konferenceszt.cz). Attended by around 500 participants and 200 on-line followers.
The original Czech 🇨🇿 version of the presentation can be found here: https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/hlavni-novinky-souvisejici-s-ccs-tsi-2023-2023-1695/269688092 .
The videorecording (in Czech) from the presentation is available here: https://youtu.be/WzjJWm4IyPk?si=SImb06tuXGb30BEH .

"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

"Frontline Battles with DDoS: Best practices and Lessons Learned", Igor Ivaniuk

Y-Combinator seed pitch deck template PP

Y-Combinator seed pitch deck template PP

High performance Serverless Java on AWS- GoTo Amsterdam 2024

High performance Serverless Java on AWS- GoTo Amsterdam 2024

Northern Engraving | Modern Metal Trim, Nameplates and Appliance Panels

Northern Engraving | Modern Metal Trim, Nameplates and Appliance Panels

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

What is an RPA CoE? Session 1 – CoE Vision

Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Nordic Marketo Engage User Group_June 13_ 2024.pptx

Session 1 - Intro to Robotic Process Automation.pdf

Session 1 - Intro to Robotic Process Automation.pdf

"What does it really mean for your system to be available, or how to define w...

"What does it really mean for your system to be available, or how to define w...

Christine's Product Research Presentation.pptx

Christine's Product Research Presentation.pptx

Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

Principle of conventional tomography-Bibash Shahi ppt..pptx

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

Northern Engraving | Nameplate Manufacturing Process - 2024

LF Energy Webinar: Carbon Data Specifications: Mechanisms to Improve Data Acc...

LF Energy Webinar: Carbon Data Specifications: Mechanisms to Improve Data Acc...

Freshworks Rethinks NoSQL for Rapid Scaling & Cost-Efficiency

Freshworks Rethinks NoSQL for Rapid Scaling & Cost-Efficiency

What is an RPA CoE? Session 2 – CoE Roles

What is an RPA CoE? Session 2 – CoE Roles

[OReilly Superstream] Occupy the Space: A grassroots guide to engineering (an...

[OReilly Superstream] Occupy the Space: A grassroots guide to engineering (an...

inQuba Webinar Mastering Customer Journey Management with Dr Graham Hill

inQuba Webinar Mastering Customer Journey Management with Dr Graham Hill

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Essentials of Automations: Exploring Attributes & Automation Parameters

Apps Break Data

Apps Break Data

A Deep Dive into ScyllaDB's Architecture

A Deep Dive into ScyllaDB's Architecture

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

Main news related to the CCS TSI 2023 (2023/1695)

- 8. Dude! You try one.
- 9. y = x + 2 x y
- 12. Remember this! Parallel lines have the same slope . m = m Perpendicular lines have a slope which is a negative reciprocal of the other. m = - ( 1/m )
- 13. Example 2 Find the equation of a line passing through ( 4,2 ) and parallel to y = 3x + 7. m = 3 x 1 = 4 ; y 1 = 2 y – 2 = 3 (x - 4) y – 2 = 3x - 12 y = 3x -10
- 14. Example 3 Find the equation of a line passing through ( 6,-3 ) and m = 3 perpendicular to y = 3x + 7. m = - 1/3 x 1 = 6 ; y 1 = -3 y – (-3) = -1/3 ( x – 6 ) y + 3 = -1/3 x + 2 y = - 1/3 x - 1