Algebra 1 5-5 Guided Practice: Standard Form
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by Matthew Richardson
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Solve It! An athlete wants to make a snack of peanuts and cashews that will contain a certain amount of protein. Cashews have 4 g of protein per ounce and peanutes have 7 g of protein per ounce. Based on the graph, how many grams of protein will the athlete's mix contain?
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Solve It! What do the points (7, 0) and (0, 4) represent in the context of the scenario?
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Recall:
General Slope-intercept form equation:
General Point-slope form equation:

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Take Note: Write the general standard form equation. (Capitalization matters)
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Take Note: What is a y-intercept ?
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Take Note: What is an x-intercept ?
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Take Note: How can you find the x-intercept of an equation written in standard form ?
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Problem 1 Got It?
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Problem 1 Got It?
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Problem 2 Got It? What is the graph of the equation?
Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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Problem 3 Got It? What is the graph of the equation?
Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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Problem 3 Got It? What is the graph of the equation?
Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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Problem 3 Got It? What is the graph of the equation?
Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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Problem 3 Got It? What is the graph of the equation?
Be sure to include relevant graph detail: label axes, indicate units on both axes, and use arrows to represent end behavior, as appropriate.
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Problem 4 Got It?
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Problem 5 Got It? In Problem 5, suppose the store charged \$15 for each movie. What equation describes the numbers of songs and movies you can purchase for \$60?
x + 15y = 60
15x + 12y = 60
15x + y = 60
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Problem 5 Got It? Reasoning: What domain and range are reasonable for the equation in the previous item? Explain.
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Take Note: Summarize the content of this lesson.