This Extended Algebra I function worksheet is intended to be used with the Electronic Textbook. The above letter and number combinations are of the six functions that you learn in the first module.
In the past, a lot of parents, teachers, and students were left guessing as to what they should do on this test, as it was placed in the middle of the school year. The teachers did not want to have the students think about the problems and most often the students were not sure which letters and numbers they were supposed to use.
Many of the students did not have a graphing calculator or a calculator that could print on both sides. When parents asked for assistance, the teachers told them that they would get the answers for them. Even though they thought they could help the students in this way, they were wrong.
With the extension of Extended Algebra I, they were able to provide a better test because the questions were more difficult. The students were not required to perform the work and solve it, but they still had to give a detailed answer to the question.
Students who had prepared in advance for this year’s test found that there were some questions on points of linear equations. The students should know that they need to be able to add and subtract.
This is a good test for the students to understand how to apply algebra in more than one dimension. Before the testing day, the students should know the directions for each of the six functions. They can work out their questions in their own notebooks before the test.
First, they should determine the order of the graphing calculators. Write down the letters on a separate sheet of paper. Then, they should open the big notebook to the functions sheet, determine the numbers, place the numbers on the sheet, and write down the letters.
Then, they should type the names of the cells, where they should be placed, on the small calculator. They should click the calculator, which will write down the letters of the names of the cells. These sheets should be marked so that they can be used in the test.