2.3 Graphing Linear Equations and Linear Inequalities (Review basics and slope)
Pg. 110, #’s 24-38 even , #’s 33, 39, 59-63
Here is the key to a review sheet 2.1-2.3

2.8 Absolute Value Eqs, Inequalities, and Compound Inequalities
Pg. 154, #’s 14-19, 21-27 odd, 28-35 all
(listed below is a sheet of examples of these types of problems)

Word Problem Supplements for Inequalities with Age and Motion *2.7 Linear Regression is possible to complete here
Studying for Chapter 2 test?
here you go! :)

Functions_Part of Chapter 1 and Part of Chapter 9 1.6 Relations and Functions (Need to supplement Domain and Range)
Pg. 48, #’s 13-18, 22-26, 38, 44-46

1.7 Function Notation
Pg. 54, #’s 12-22, 38, 50-53

9.1 Function Graphs
Pg. 659, #’s 7-10, 12, 14, 16, 17 and 26

9.4 Operations with Functions (including sum, difference, multiplication, division and composition)
Wksht 9.4

9.5 and 7.2 Inverses of Functions
Wksht 9.5 and pg. 694, #’s 33-35, 46-50

Chapter 3: Linear Systems** 3.1 Solve Systems by Graphing
Pg. 186, #’s 2-5 follow directions in book, #’s 6-9 graph to find the solution, 23, 26, 3.2 Algebraic Methods for Systems: Substitution and Elimination
Pg. 194, #’s 15-22 all (you may get fractions of decimals in answers), # 44
(Word Problem Supplements for these) 3.3 Solving systems of Inequalities
Pg. 202, #’s 2-5, 7-10, 34, 44-49
Word Problem Supplements for these 3.4 Linear Programming (basic intro)
Pg. 209, #’s 9-14 all, 37 3.5 Solving systems in 3 space (basic intro: plotting, solving by substitution)
Pg. 216, #’s 10-22 all ,48

Algebra II 213 Assignment SheetChapter 1: Foundations for Functions1.1 Sets of Numbers (PEMDAS)

Pg. 10, #’s 12-21, 26-39

1.2 Properties of Real Numbers

Pg. 17, #’s 15-27, 35-40, 53-55

1.4 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions

Pg. 30, #’s 9, 10, 15-18, 20, 24, 27, 28, 36-38

2.1 and 2.2 Solving Linear Equations and Proportions

Pg. 94 ,#’s 222-33 and pg. 101, #’s 22, 24, 25 and 28

1.5 Properties of Exponents

Pg. 39, #’s 22-36, 38, 45-47, 56-58, 83-86

Word Problem Supplements (Area, Perimeter, Numbers, Motion and Some other types may be included)

Chapter 2: Linear Functions2.1 Solving (Equations) Inequalties

Pg. 94, #’s 3-13, 18-20, 37-40, 53-57

listed below is a word document that has some examples of solving equations:

2.3 Graphing Linear Equations and Linear Inequalities (Review basics and slope)

Pg. 110, #’s 24-38 even , #’s 33, 39, 59-63

Here is the key to a review sheet 2.1-2.3

2.4 Writing Linear functions

Pg. 121, #’s 12-18, 20, 21, 23 -27

8.1 Variation Functions

Pg. 574, #’s 17-22, 26-31, 46-48

2.5 Linear Inequalities (2 variable)

Pg. 128, #’s 14-18, 25, 27, 29, 32, 44-46

Here's a powerpoint to practice graphing linear inequalities:

2.8 Absolute Value Eqs, Inequalities, and Compound Inequalities

Pg. 154, #’s 14-19, 21-27 odd, 28-35 all

(listed below is a sheet of examples of these types of problems)

Word Problem Supplements for Inequalities with Age and Motion

*2.7 Linear Regression is possible to complete hereStudying for Chapter 2 test?

here you go! :)

Functions_Part of Chapter 1 and Part of Chapter 9

Chapter 3: Linear Systems**1.6 Relations and Functions (Need to supplement Domain and Range)

Pg. 48, #’s 13-18, 22-26, 38, 44-46

1.7 Function Notation

Pg. 54, #’s 12-22, 38, 50-53

9.1 Function Graphs

Pg. 659, #’s 7-10, 12, 14, 16, 17 and 26

9.4 Operations with Functions (including sum, difference, multiplication, division and composition)

Wksht 9.4

9.5 and 7.2 Inverses of Functions

Wksht 9.5 and pg. 694, #’s 33-35, 46-50

3.1 Solve Systems by Graphing

Pg. 186, #’s 2-5 follow directions in book, #’s 6-9 graph to find the solution, 23, 26,

3.2 Algebraic Methods for Systems: Substitution and Elimination

Pg. 194, #’s 15-22 all (you may get fractions of decimals in answers), # 44

(Word Problem Supplements for these)

3.3 Solving systems of Inequalities

Pg. 202, #’s 2-5, 7-10, 34, 44-49

Word Problem Supplements for these

3.4 Linear Programming (basic intro)

Pg. 209, #’s 9-14 all, 37

3.5 Solving systems in 3 space (basic intro: plotting, solving by substitution)

Pg. 216, #’s 10-22 all ,48