# Exploring Bivariate Data

We’re trying a Math Nspiredâ„˘ lab provided by Texas Instruments today.

Would you like to try this at home? If you have a TI nSpire calculator you can download the tns file to your handheld or to the Nspire app on your iPad and try this any time. You can also try the student software free for 30 days using the link on the Resources page.

Maybe your parents would like to give it a try!

Exploring_Bivariate_Data_Student

Exploring Bivariate Data.tns (For Nspire Calculator)

Even if you don’t have access to an Nspire calculator, you can now examine the plotted data from this exercise! The plots (with any luck even numbered correctly) are posted below.

# More practice for equations – Without Numbers!

Try these!

Some tips and practice problems

Some Tougher Ones (With Answer Key)

These are NOT homework, and you don’t need to worry about doing them before the test. Feel free to try them out over your spring break when stuck in the car going to gramma’s house!

# Practicing equations with fractional coefficients

Here are some practice problems and some instructions (in case you were afraid to ask).

1.4 Fractions

# Did you forget? Make-up assignment for missed Socrative.

If you forgot to complete the test review and were in 2nd period, you’ll need to complete the alternate assignment for a late grade. Late points start at -10 if it’s turned in by Monday. Your work will be graded for both completeness AND accuracy. You may come in to tutoring to complete the assignment if you want to maximize your score.

You do NOT need to print this out, but you must show ALL your work (formulas, etc.) and write your work neatly on a sheet of paper. NO credit will be given for simply indicating the correct answer.

When complete, fold it in half lengthwise, make sure your name is on it, and drop it in the late homework box just inside the door in room 309.

Make up quiz Socrative College