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Qtr 2, Lesson 1: Writing Equations in Slope Intercept Form
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Qtr 2, Lesson 2: Writing Equations Using a Point and a Slope
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Qtr 2, Lesson 3: Writing Systems of Linear Equations
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Qtr 2, Lesson 4: Domain and Range of a Function  8th Grade Math
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We learn about functions and their domain and range.
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Qtr 2, Lesson 5: Discrete vs Continuous Domains
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Qtr 2, Lesson 6: Comparing Linear and Non Linear Functions
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Qtr 2, Lesson 7: Classifying Angles and Sides of Triangles
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Qtr 2, Lesson 8: Angles of Polygons
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In this lesson we demonstrate how to determine the Sum of the Angles of Polygons
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Qtr 2, Lesson 9: Parallel Lines, Transversals and Similar Triangles
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An understanding of transversals and parallel lines helps explain Similar Triangles
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