Apparently, the length of your kayak affects the speed your kayak can travel. Based on the table below, choose a kayak length.
Maximum Speed Table
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Length
Miles Per
(Feet) Knots Hour
9
4.0
4.6
10
4.2
4.9
11
4.4
5.1
12
4.6
5.3
13
4.8
5.6
14
5.0
5.8
15
5.2
6.0
16
5.4
6.2
17
5.5
6.4
18
5.7
6.5
1) What kayak size are you picking?
2) Using the information you picked, if you travel at maximum speed upstream with a river current of 2 miles per hour, find how far it will take you to travel in 6 hou
A) First, draw a picture to depict the situation. Identify the variables and write an equation to solve for the distance.
B) Solve the equation and show your work./nPart 1
What's their speed?
You are going to calculate what speed the kayakers are paddling, if they stay at a constant rate the entire trip, while kayaking in Humboldt bay.
Watch this video and write down the key information needed to solve the problem
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2) Draw a picture to model the problem
4) Write an equation to model the problem
5) Solve the equation. Provide supporting work and detail

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Page 4/4/nAlgebra 1 is all about equations and functions. First, you learned about Linear Functions and then Quadratic Functions. Next, you learned
about Rational Functions (indirect variation), then Exponential, and then Radical Functions. Before Algebra 1 comes to a close, it is good to
review these functions and compare them side by side.
Complete the table below.
The table has been created for you in a Worksheet. The worksheet is available as a Google Doc., Word, or PDF Worksheet. If you don't have
access to Google Docs. or Microsoft Word, download the PDF and create the worksheet in an application of your choice. If you use the Googl
doc. version, download your completed worksheet as a PDF. You MUST complete the worksheet and upload it as a PDF. All graphs need to b
inserted into the Worksheet, and every line item completed. Do NOT upload individual graphs; your work needs to be organized.
All images should be original. Graphed them using a digital calculator such as Desmos.com.
Resources: Desmos User Guide
Export a graph from Desmos by choosing 'Share' and then 'Export', or you can 'Print' them as a PDF. Alternatively, you can take a
screenshot of your graph. Insert the graph images into the worksheet table.
Parent Function:
Notation
Parent Function:
Graph
Translation:
Graph a function that extends only
through quadrants 1, 2, and 4.
If it is not possible to graph
through these quadrants,
chose one or two quadrants and explain the choice.
Write the function notation
for the above function
Domain and Range of
translated function
Linear Quadratic Rational Exponential Radical
• Reflection: Write a paragraph summarizing what you learned from this activity./nTo do: Receive a grade
Opened: Wednesday, 8 March 2017, 12:00 AM
At 1:00 pm, Ryan realizes his computer has been unplugged. He needs to work on the computer in his car and wants
it to be fully charged. The image on the right represents the time it took for the laptop to charge.
Resources:
Desmos Guide
• Regression Tool
• Line of Best Fit video
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Tue 1:17 PM
Tue 1:27 PM
Tue 1:51 PM
Tue 2:25 PM
Tue 2:42 PM
1. When can Ryan expect his laptop to be fully charged? Do a quick estimate and explain your reasoning.
2. He does a quick calculation at 1:17 and estimates the computer charges 1% a minute. He estimates it will be fully charged by 2:30. Was
he right?
3. Was his prediction over or under?
4. Create a table of values for the data points. You first need to convert the minutes to decimals. (Hint: to convert 1:04 pm to decimal, you
would take 1 + 4/60, which is 1.07).
5. Graph all the data points from your table. Use desmos.com to graph the points OR draw an original graph using graph paper.
6. Calculate the line of best fit for your graph. Use the regression tool on desmos.com to get the most accurate line of best fit. Write the line
of best fit in the form y=mx+b. Based on your line of best fit, when will the computer be fully charged?
7. Was your first estimate correct? Why do you think Ryan's first estimate was not accurate?
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