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From: Loyd

To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2001110416:24:46
Subject: Slope, Linear Regression & Equation Solver (TI-83)

Subject charts are posted at the following websites: http://members.aol.com/ejukat/solver.jpg http://members.aol.com/ejukat/slope.jpg http://members.aol.com/ejukat/5pt_slope.jpg Hope they help with the TI-83 Graphing Caluclator. The main trick for at least two of them is to be able to put equations in the F(x)=0 form. This is a skill that algebra I students often lack. One student I taught was very poor at putting equations in the y=mx+b form but when he realized you have to do that to properly use the TI-83, he mastered the skill quickly.

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