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Systems of Equations Unit
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bekennedy
Posted 1/11/2006 10:22 AM (#517)
Subject: Systems of Equations Unit
I will take the substitution method if that is ok with everyone. I have some good ideas on how to make it interesting and I also have some interesting activities. If this is fine with everyone doing the systems unit, I will start gathering stuff for it.
saclark
Posted 1/23/2006 2:20 PM (#564 - in reply to #517)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit
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That's fine with me. That leaves graphing and elimination. I would rather take elimination, so if Stinson is ok with graphing then we can all get started. I know Lubbe is doing the graphing calculator stuff.
jrarnold
Posted 1/23/2006 3:05 PM (#568 - in reply to #517)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit
If you guys can give us an activity before Wednesday, Reed and I could work on a Flash thingy for you Wednesday night?
slubbe
Posted 1/23/2006 4:07 PM (#569 - in reply to #517)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit
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Do we have to use flash, or can we use just any technology, because the graphing I have is already complete. Reed didn't think we had to have it.
nfeese
Posted 1/25/2006 8:29 AM (#572 - in reply to #569)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit
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Yes, each unit should have something "flashy" (flash component) in it. (not every lesson....but "something" within the unit).
szehnder
Posted 1/26/2006 8:09 AM (#580 - in reply to #517)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit


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I can do the graphing section.

Clarifying...this is graphing without a calculator...but with the assumption that the students already know how to graph a line?
saclark
Posted 2/17/2006 1:43 PM (#666 - in reply to #580)
Subject: RE: Systems of Equations Unit
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Yes this is graphing without a calculator, but they would already know how to graph a line.

On another note, What are we going to do for flash? I don't even know what flash really is? Help!
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