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Get Ready for. GRUDGEBALL!!!. **TEAMS**. (Please grab one dry erase board for your group, marker, paper towel, and sit with your group!) Team 1: Chantel, Maria, Rachel, Emma Team 2: Mareea , Malik, Nicole, Sandra Team 3: Becca , Kayla, Justin, Luis, Lindsy - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Get Ready for..GRUDGEBALL!!!**TEAMS**(Please grab one dry erase board for your group, marker, paper towel, and sit with your group!)

Team 1: Chantel, Maria, Rachel, EmmaTeam 2: Mareea, Malik, Nicole, SandraTeam 3: Becca, Kayla, Justin, Luis, LindsyTeam 4: Zaneb, Eliot, Alex, NickTeam 5: Jennifer, Dis, Brian, Fran, RafaelTeam 6: Amanda, Bridget, Sydney, HannahRules of the GameGet to cross of two Xs of the other teams if you get the question correct.Also, you get a chance to shoot at the 2-point line (get to cross off an additional X) and the 3-point line (get to cross off an additional 2 Xs)If you lose all of your Xs, if you get a question right AND make a basket, then you get 4 more Xs backBUT you dont also get to cross off 2 of the other teams Xs

ExpectationsEach team member gets a chance to write the answer on the dry erase board and to come up to shoot the ball into the basket.I am allowed to take away Xs if any teams are too loud or not respectful of the other teams.

Yes, degree of 2No, not a polynomialAbout 6,799.54 yards from the hillsideAbout 1,346.3 yards above groundApproximately -7.10, -2.85, -0.85, 0.81Minimum: (-5.69, -126.33)Local Minimum: (0.14, -14.42)Local Maximum: (-1.94, 14.06)No maximum!Sketch a possible graph of a polynomial with roots -3,4, 6(double root)The roots of a polynomial are -2, 3, 0, and 4. What are the factors of the polynomial?x(x+2)(x-3)(x-4)Write the general form of a polynomial with roots 0, -3, and 4 that passes through the point (3, -54)A farmer with 450 ft. of fencing wants to enclose a rectangular plot of land to hold his cows. The plot backs up to a river such that one side of the plot doesnt need fencing. What is the maximum area he can enclose, and what will be the dimensions of the plot he can enclose?(Window: x(0,400), y(0, 50,000)Zero at -6X=10y=1