ONLINE PROJECTS are DUE by the end of each weekend.
Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.org

To complete each Weekly Online Project, COPY the title, the date, the Introduction, AND the Questions onto YOUR WEBPAGE.
Once all that is pasted onto YOUR webpage, answer each question by typing in your response.

You have learned three common situations and how to factor in each situation. For each situation, a different factoring method is used.
Situation 1 Example: 6x-9 --> factored: 3(2x-3) Method: pull out GCF
Situation 2 Example: x^2 - 5x + 6 --> factored: (x-3)(x-2) Method: X-Factor
Situation 3 Example: 3x^2 -13x -10 --> factored: (3x+2)(x-5) Method: X-Box

PROJECT:

In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find the cell with the 'Factoring' links. Click on the 'Factoring Practice' link.

On the webpage, click #5. which says: "Mixture of 1-4". THEN, click on the 'START' button.

Do AT LEAST 5 questions and type in the original polynomial and factored form below. Do all your work on a separate page. Hand this separate in to Mr.Flisak on Monday.

ONLINE PROJECT 12 - May 12-18 - Factoring Quadratics

Introduction: Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.org
To do this week's Online Project, you have to join a website called Explore Learning. Explore Learning is a great website for learning math and science using online games and activites called Gizmos. Click on this link for directions on how to join: How to Join Explore Learning

Once you've joined Explore Learning, go to 'Math Help Online' from the main page at mathwithmrflisak. Near the top of the 'Math Help Online' page, you'll see a graphical link for the Explore Learning website. Click on that link to get to Explore Learning. Click on the 'Log in' button on the top left side of the page.

PROJECT QUESTIONS:

Part 1: Use the Gizmo!

Launch the first Gizmo called 'Modeling the Factorization of ax^2+bx+c'. Use this Gizmo to FACTOR at least 5 different quadratic polynomials and write in the quadratic with its factors below:

Part 2: Assessment
Use the Gizmo to help you answer the 4 Assessment Questions that are below the Gizmo. Choose a multiple choice response for each, then press the 'Check Your Answers' button at the bottom. I will automaticaly receive your results. You will not get a complete unless I get your results.

Part 1: RATE Mr.Flisak and Your Other Teachers Online!

Follow the directions on the mathwithmrflisak main page to rate Mr.Flisak and other teachers at ratemyteachers.com.

Part 2: The Algebra Work...

Introduction:
To do this week's Online Project, you have to join a website called Explore Learning. Explore Learning is a great website for learning math and science using online games and activites called Gizmos. Click on this link for directions on how to join: How to Join Explore Learning

Once you've joined Explore Learning, go to 'Math Help Online' from the main page at mathwithmrflisak. Near the top of the 'Math Help Online' page, you'll see a graphical link for the Explore Learning website. Click on that link to get to Explore Learning. Click on the 'Log in' button on the top left side of the page.

PROJECT QUESTIONS:

Launch the first Gizmo called 'Modeling the Factorization of x^2+bx+c'. Use this Gizmo to FACTOR at least 5 different quadratic polynomials add write in the quadratic with its factors below:

There are 4 Assessment Questions below the Gizmo. Answer those questions and press the 'Check Your Answers' button. When you press the button, your results will automatically be sent to me. You will get full points when I see your results.

ONLINE PROJECT 10 - Apr.21-25 - Multiplying Binomials Using FOIL

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find the cell with the 'Multiplying Polynomials and Factoring' links. Click on the 'Multiplying Binomials - FOIL' link.

Scroll down to the bottom of that webpage where there is a question and two white boxes. Multiply the binomials and type in your answer into the first box. * Use the '^' symbol above number 6 on your keyboard for exponents *
Combine like terms and type your simplified polynomial into the second box.

Do 5-10 questions.
How did you do?

EXTRA CREDIT:
From Math Help Online, click on the 'FOIL Quiz' link. Drag answers to match the questions.
How did you do?

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Multiplying Polynomials and Factoring'. There, you will find a link named: 'Multiplying Monomials'. Click on this link and follow the steps on the website. By doing this, you will review and better understand how to multiply monomials. At the end, there is a 10 question quiz.

ONLINE PROJECT 8: Apr.7-11 - Solving by Elimination

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Systems'. There, you will find a link named: 'Solve by Elimination'. Click on this link.

Scroll down to the very bottom of that webpage. There, you will see a system of 2 equations. Decide which equation must be multiplied (sometimes both have to be multiplied). Do the multiplication in your head or on paper. Then, type in each equation into the blank boxes. THEN, add the two equations to get just one equation. Type this one equation into the one empty box on the very right side. Using that, on paper, or in your head, get the x and y values of the solution and type them in.

Do at least 5 problems.

Questions:
1. What was your score? How many did you get correct?
2. Do you understand elimination a little bit better after doing this?

ONLINE PROJECT 7: Mar.17-20 - Systems of Linear Equations

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Systems'. There, you will find a link named: 'System of 2 Equations'. Click on this link.
Use the applet on that webpage to answer the questions below.

Questions:
1. The system of lines on the graph is a system of how many equations?
There are 2 sliders beside the graph. One is named 'm' and the other is named 'b'.
2. What does 'm' mean?
3. What does 'b' mean?
4. Move 'm' up. What happens to the green line? WHY does this happen?
5. Move 'm' down until it is a negative number. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?
6. Move 'b' up. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?
7. Move 'b' down until it is a negative number. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?
8. Change 'm' and 'b' until the solution to the system is (5, 8). Can you do it?
9. Change 'm' and 'b' until the solution to the system is (-4, -9). Can you do it?
10. Press the red 'LINE TWO' button on top of the graph. Now you can change the shape of the red line.
Now can you make the solution be (-4,-9)?

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Polynomials'. There, you will find a link named: 'Adding/Subtracting'. Click on this link. On that page, there is a 12 question adding and subtracting polynomials multiple choice quiz. Simplify each problem and select an answer. It will tell you if you chose the correct or incorrect answer.

Question:
1. How did you do? What was your score out of 12? Paste this Project onto your webpage and write your answer here.

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Inequalities'. There, you will find a link named: 'Solving Inequalities. Click on this link.

Assignment: Solve 10 inequality problems on paper and put the answers on your webpage.

Steps:
1. If the problem given by the website has an '=' sign, click on the 'New Problem' button until you see a '>' or '<' sign.
2. Write down the problem you see on your paper.
3. Solve it showing all work and using your calculator to get a decimal answer.
4. Type your answer into the box on the webpage.
5. Press the 'Check your Answer' button.
6. On your paper, draw a number line. Graph your solution.
7. Type your original inequality AND the solved inequality on your webpage. Also, add three possible solutions for x.

If you do more than 10 problems, you will get Extra Credit points.

Example: 13x-79 < 40, x < 9.15, x can be 7, 0, and -28

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ONLINE PROJECT 4: Feb.19-22 - Inequalities

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find a link named: 'On a Number Line' under the 'Inequalities' title. Click on this link.

Assignment: At the bottom of the internet page there is a number line with 2 blanks above it. On a separate piece of paper, draw the number line that you see and write down the inequality statement that matches it. Then, on the computer, use the drop down menu by the first blank to chose the type of inequality sign. In the second blank, type in a number. Hit the <ENTER> key when you're done. It will tell you if you are correct.

When you check your answer, type in your inequality statement AND some possible values for x. Repeat all this 10 times (at least).
Example: x>=-5 X can be: -5 -4, 0, 6, 1 million, etc.

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ONLINE PROJECT 3: Feb.11-15 - Linear Equations

Introduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find a link named: 'Writing Equations'. Click on this link.

Use the internet page that comes up to complete this Project. At the bottom of the page is a graph and an empty box.
STEPS:
1. Look at the graph.
2. On a separate paper, write the equation of the line on the graph in y = mx+b form.
3. On your paper, change the equation into standard form by: getting rid of the fraction AND moving the x over.
4. Type your standard equation into the box on the webpage and PRESS <ENTER>.
5. Add the y=mx+b AND standard form equation to your webpage.
6. Press the <Refresh> button on the webpage to create a new graph.
7. Do the same thing at least 5 times -- your website Project should have at least 5 equation pairs to be complete.
You will get Extra Credit for any more that you do.

Questions:
1. 'm' in a linear equation represents what?
2. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is negative. What happens to a line when the slope is negative?
3. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is positive. What happens to a line when the slope is positive?
4. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is zero. What happens to a line when the slope is zero?
5. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is a very BIG positive number and then move it again until the slope is a BIG negative number. What happens to a line when the slope is a large positive or negative number?
6. 'b' in the equation of a line represents what?
7. Move the 'b slider' around. Watch the line move. What happens when 'b' changes?
8. Change 'm' and 'b' until the the RED line is on top of the BLUE line. Write the equation here:
9. Click on 'New Target' and and make the RED line move on top of the new BLUE line. Write the equation here:
10. Click on 'New Target' and and make the RED line move on top of the new BLUE line. Write the equation here:

ONLINE PROJECT 1: Jan.7-11 - FUNCTIONS

Introduction: Functions are written with an f(x) INSTEAD of y. However, they mean the SAME THING!
For example, f(x)=3x + 5 is the same line as y=3x + 5.
Use this website: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_191_g_3_t_1.html to complete this week's Online Project.

Questions:
1. What are 5 IN/OUT tables that you created using the Function Machine from the website above? Write the values that you found for x and y onto your Website using the template below.
2. Write the equation of the line that matches each equation.

ONLINE PROJECTS areflisakm@galileoweb.orgDUEby the end of each weekend.Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:

To complete each Weekly Online Project, COPY the title, the date, the Introduction, AND the Questions onto YOUR WEBPAGE.

Once all that is pasted onto YOUR webpage, answer each question by typing in your response.

:ONLINE PROJECT 13 - May 19-26 - FactoringIntroduction

Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.orgYou have learned three common situations and how to factor in each situation. For each situation, a different factoring method is used.

Situation 1 Example: 6x-9 --> factored: 3(2x-3) Method: pull out GCF

Situation 2 Example: x^2 - 5x + 6 --> factored: (x-3)(x-2) Method: X-Factor

Situation 3 Example: 3x^2 -13x -10 --> factored: (3x+2)(x-5) Method: X-Box

PROJECT:In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find the cell with the 'Factoring' links. Click on the 'Factoring Practice' link.

Do AT LEAST 5 questions and type in the original polynomial and factored form below. Do all your work on a separate page. Hand this separate in to Mr.Flisak on Monday.

Example:

polynomial: 3x^2-13x-10 factored form: (3x+2)(x-5)

1. polynomial: factored form:

2. polynomial: factored form:

3. polynomial: factored form:

4. polynomial: factored form:

5. polynomial: factored form:

Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.org

:ONLINE PROJECT 12 - May 12-18 - Factoring QuadraticsIntroduction

Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.orgTo do this week's Online Project, you have to join a website called Explore Learning. Explore Learning is a great website for learning math and science using online games and activites called Gizmos. Click on this link for directions on how to join: How to Join Explore Learning

Once you've joined Explore Learning, go to 'Math Help Online' from the main page at mathwithmrflisak. Near the top of the 'Math Help Online' page, you'll see a graphical link for the Explore Learning website. Click on that link to get to Explore Learning. Click on the 'Log in' button on the top left side of the page.

PROJECT QUESTIONS:Part 1: Use the Gizmo!Launch the first Gizmo called 'Modeling the Factorization of ax^2+bx+c'. Use this Gizmo to FACTOR at least 5 different quadratic polynomials and write in the quadratic with its factors below:

Example:

factored quadratic polynomial: 2x^2+3x+1 = (2x+1)(x+1)

Your Problems:

1. factored quadratic polynomial:

2. factored quadratic polynomial:

3. factored quadratic polynomial:

4. factored quadratic polynomial:

5. factored quadratic polynomial:

Part 2: AssessmentUse the Gizmo to help you answer the 4 Assessment Questions that are below the Gizmo. Choose a multiple choice response for each, then press the 'Check Your Answers' button at the bottom. I will automaticaly receive your results. You will not get a complete unless I get your results.

Send Mr.Flisak an email when you're done:flisakm@galileoweb.orgONLINE PROJECT 11 - May 5-11 - FactoringPart 1: RATE Mr.Flisak and Your Other Teachers Online!

Follow the directions on the

mathwithmrflisak main pageto rate Mr.Flisak and other teachers at ratemyteachers.com.Part 2: The Algebra Work...

:Introduction

To do this week's Online Project, you have to join a website called Explore Learning. Explore Learning is a great website for learning math and science using online games and activites called Gizmos. Click on this link for directions on how to join: How to Join Explore Learning

Once you've joined Explore Learning, go to 'Math Help Online' from the main page at mathwithmrflisak. Near the top of the 'Math Help Online' page, you'll see a graphical link for the Explore Learning website. Click on that link to get to Explore Learning. Click on the 'Log in' button on the top left side of the page.

PROJECT QUESTIONS:Launch the first Gizmo called 'Modeling the Factorization of x^2+bx+c'. Use this Gizmo to FACTOR at least 5 different quadratic polynomials add write in the quadratic with its factors below:

Example:

factored quadratic polynomial: x^2+6x+5 = (x+3)(x+2)

Your Problems:

1. factored quadratic polynomial:

2. factored quadratic polynomial:

3. factored quadratic polynomial:

4. factored quadratic polynomial:

5. factored quadratic polynomial:

ONLINE PROJECT 10 - Apr.21-25 - Multiplying Binomials Using FOILIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find the cell with the 'Multiplying Polynomials and Factoring' links. Click on the 'Multiplying Binomials - FOIL' link.

Scroll down to the bottom of that webpage where there is a question and two white boxes. Multiply the binomials and type in your answer into the first box.

* Use the '^' symbol above number 6 on your keyboard for exponents*Combine like terms and type your simplified polynomial into the second box.

Do 5-10 questions.

How did you do?

EXTRA CREDIT:

From Math Help Online, click on the 'FOIL Quiz' link. Drag answers to match the questions.

How did you do?

ONLINE PROJECT 9: Apr.14-18 - Multiplying MonomialsIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Multiplying Polynomials and Factoring'. There, you will find a link named: 'Multiplying Monomials'. Click on this link and follow the steps on the website. By doing this, you will review and better understand how to multiply monomials. At the end, there is a 10 question quiz.

What was your SCORE on this Quiz?

Email:flisakm@galileoweb.org when you're done.ONLINE PROJECT 8: Apr.7-11 - Solving by EliminationIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Systems'. There, you will find a link named: 'Solve by Elimination'. Click on this link.

Scroll down to the very bottom of that webpage. There, you will see a system of 2 equations. Decide which equation must be multiplied (sometimes both have to be multiplied). Do the multiplication in your head or on paper. Then, type in each equation into the blank boxes. THEN, add the two equations to get just one equation. Type this one equation into the one empty box on the very right side. Using that, on paper, or in your head, get the x and y values of the solution and type them in.

Do at least 5 problems.

Questions:

1. What was your score? How many did you get correct?

2. Do you understand elimination a little bit better after doing this?

Email:flisakm@galileoweb.org when you're done.ONLINE PROJECT 7: Mar.17-20 - Systems of Linear EquationsIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Systems'. There, you will find a link named: 'System of 2 Equations'. Click on this link.

Use the applet on that webpage to answer the questions below.

Questions:

1. The system of lines on the graph is a system of how many equations?

There are 2 sliders beside the graph. One is named 'm' and the other is named 'b'.

2. What does 'm' mean?

3. What does 'b' mean?

4. Move 'm' up. What happens to the green line? WHY does this happen?

5. Move 'm' down until it is a negative number. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?

6. Move 'b' up. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?

7. Move 'b' down until it is a negative number. What happened to the green line? WHY does this happen?

8. Change 'm' and 'b' until the solution to the system is (5, 8). Can you do it?

9. Change 'm' and 'b' until the solution to the system is (-4, -9). Can you do it?

10. Press the red 'LINE TWO' button on top of the graph. Now you can change the shape of the red line.

Now can you make the solution be (-4,-9)?

Email:flisakm@galileoweb.org when you're done.ONLINE PROJECT 6: Mar.10-16 - PolynomialsIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Polynomials'. There, you will find a link named: 'Adding/Subtracting'. Click on this link. On that page, there is a 12 question adding and subtracting polynomials multiple choice quiz. Simplify each problem and select an answer. It will tell you if you chose the correct or incorrect answer.

Question:

1. How did you do? What was your score out of 12? Paste this Project onto your webpage and write your answer here.

Email:flisakm@galileoweb.org when you're done.ONLINE PROJECT 5: Mar.3-10 - Solving InequalitiesIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. Look in the box with the title 'Inequalities'. There, you will find a link named: 'Solving Inequalities. Click on this link.

Assignment: Solve 10 inequality problems on paper and put the answers on your webpage.

Steps:

1. If the problem given by the website has an '=' sign, click on the 'New Problem' button until you see a '>' or '<' sign.

2. Write down the problem you see on your paper.

3. Solve it showing all work and using your calculator to get a decimal answer.

4. Type your answer into the box on the webpage.

5. Press the 'Check your Answer' button.

6. On your paper, draw a number line. Graph your solution.

7. Type your original inequality AND the solved inequality on your webpage. Also, add three possible solutions for x.

Example: 13x-79 < 40, x < 9.15, x can be 7, 0, and -28

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ONLINE PROJECT 4: Feb.19-22 - InequalitiesIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find a link named: 'On a Number Line' under the 'Inequalities' title. Click on this link.

Assignment: At the bottom of the internet page there is a number line with 2 blanks above it. On a separate piece of paper, draw the number line that you see and write down the inequality statement that matches it. Then, on the computer, use the drop down menu by the first blank to chose the type of inequality sign. In the second blank, type in a number. Hit the <ENTER> key when you're done. It will tell you if you are correct.

When you check your answer, type in your inequality statement AND some possible values for x. Repeat all this 10 times (at least).

Example: x>=-5 X can be: -5 -4, 0, 6, 1 million, etc.

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ONLINE PROJECT 3: Feb.11-15 - Linear EquationsIntroduction: In a NEW Internet window, go to mathwithmrflisak, then click on the 'ONLINE Math Help' button. On the Math Help Online page, scroll down to see the table of links below. Look for the 'Algebra' heading and go to the very bottom of that column. There, you will find a link named: 'Writing Equations'. Click on this link.

Use the internet page that comes up to complete this Project. At the bottom of the page is a graph and an empty box.

STEPS:

1. Look at the graph.

2. On a separate paper, write the equation of the line on the graph in y = mx+b form.

3. On your paper, change the equation into standard form by: getting rid of the fraction AND moving the x over.

4. Type your standard equation into the box on the webpage and PRESS <ENTER>.

5. Add the y=mx+b AND standard form equation to your webpage.

6. Press the <Refresh> button on the webpage to create a new graph.

7. Do the same thing at least 5 times -- your website Project should have at least 5 equation pairs to be complete.

You will get Extra Credit for any more that you do.

Equation Pair 1:

Equation Pair 2:

Equation Pair 3:

Equation Pair 4:

Equation Pair 5:

ONLINE PROJECT 2: Jan.14-18 - Linear EquationsIntroduction: Equations that match linear graphs are written in the form: y = mx + b

m is slope and b is the y-intercept

To complete this Project, open the link below in a New Internet Window:

http://home.earthlink.net/~fossmountdesign/Applets/LinearApplet.html

Questions:

1. 'm' in a linear equation represents what?

2. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is negative. What happens to a line when the slope is negative?

3. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is positive. What happens to a line when the slope is positive?

4. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is zero. What happens to a line when the slope is zero?

5. Move the 'm slider' around until the slope (m) is a very BIG positive number and then move it again until the slope is a BIG negative number. What happens to a line when the slope is a large positive or negative number?

6. 'b' in the equation of a line represents what?

7. Move the 'b slider' around. Watch the line move. What happens when 'b' changes?

8. Change 'm' and 'b' until the the RED line is on top of the BLUE line. Write the equation here:

9. Click on 'New Target' and and make the RED line move on top of the new BLUE line. Write the equation here:

10. Click on 'New Target' and and make the RED line move on top of the new BLUE line. Write the equation here:

ONLINE PROJECT 1: Jan.7-11 - FUNCTIONSIntroduction: Functions are written with an f(x) INSTEAD of y. However, they mean the SAME THING!

For example, f(x)=3x + 5 is the same line as y=3x + 5.

Use this website: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_191_g_3_t_1.html to complete this week's Online Project.

Questions:

1. What are 5 IN/OUT tables that you created using the Function Machine from the website above? Write the values that you found for x and y onto your Website using the template below.

2. Write the equation of the line that matches each equation.

Table 1

IN (x):

OUT (y):

Equation: y =