If short notes in class are your version of hitting the jackpot, then all classes were in luck today because the notes were just that – short!
In Algebra II, we looked at solving absolute value inequalities graphically and by using a table. When solving graphically, we graph the absolute value function using “a”, “h”, and “k” transformations and then evaluate the inequality. If the part of the graph we want is considered the “legs” of the function, then we have an “or” inequality. Otherwise, if the part of the graph we want contains the vertex, it’s an “and” inequality.
In Finite, we started the section of Equations of Lines. Most of today was spent looking at the slope of a line and slope-intercept form of the line. There was very little application in today’s notes other than parallel and perpendicular lines. But, have no fear, applications come tomorrow for us!
- Algebra II
- Notes – Start 2.2