**Notes that we did in class**

**At the beginning of class we talked about the home work we where assigned the day before.**

Which was the graph for diagonal lines.

It says:

Let s = sections

Let d = diagonal sections

Section times 4 is diagonal section

4s = d

Also for homework we needed to do a Show You Know question as well. This is on page 344 of the textbook at the bottom.

Page 345 Show You Know Question and solution:

**Table 1**

**At the top of the chart (part A) it goes up by +3**

At the bottom part of the chart (part B) It goes up by +9

So table 1 does show a Linear Relation

(1,1)

(4,10)

(7,19)

+3 +9

**Table 2**

At the top of the chart (part p) it goes up by +1

At the bottom of the chart (part q) it goes up but +1, +1, +3

So table 2 does not show a Linear Relation

**Next we did a solution on page 346**

**It asked to show what the Linear Relation was.**

And as you can see here the linear relation for part n is +1 and for part c is +3

Also if you have part n while you are trying to find the answer for part c.

the expression is 2n+1

**a) Let n = subscriptions**

**Let p = pay**

b) yes

c) she will receive $160 is she sells 40 subscriptions

Good Job Kiara! I like how you have explained on how you got your answer. I like how made your own pictures to backup your answers! Good Job!

ReplyDeleteGood job Kiara! I like how you made your own pictures and how your explanations are easy to understand. Next time, try to add a video or a link to a game.

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