 At Least This Many  Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 2. Using two data points from the NBA statistics chart, form an equation (y = mx + b style), then use it to predict other data points.
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 The EV Function  Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 2. Given a function's definition, find the input (argument) value that yields a certain output value.
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 Filling Glasses  Annie Fetter
Algebra, difficulty level 2. Match up each of the three glasses with the graph that best describes the height of the water in the glass over time, when the glass is filled with water at a constant rate.
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 Fishing on the Bay  Leigh Nataro
Trig/Calc, difficulty level 3. Will the depth of the water on the bay be at the right level for fishing? Write a trig function to find out.
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 The Function Challenge  Bill Graham
Algebra, difficulty level 2. Arrange a series of functions in the order that will produce the largest output.
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 Midpoint Magic  Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 4. Connecting the midpoints of a general quadrilateral yields a special new foursided figure. What is it?
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 What's My Line?  Terry Trotter
Algebra, difficulty level 1. Given a set of eight points in the Cartesian plane, find the three that are collinear.
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