#### 1. Demo 02

a) It’s the equation of a straight line (y=mx+b) when the slope is the number “m” that is multiplied on the x and “b” is the y intercept b) To find the slope of two given points, you can use this formula c) It means the slope triangle is an imaginary that helps you find the slope of a line or segment. The hypotenuse of the triangle (the diagonal) is he line you are interested in finding the slope. d) None of the above

#### 2. Demo 02

a) It means can be represented as a ratio of two integers as well as ratio of itself and irrational number b) Pi (pie) represents real number with non-repeating pattern that can’t fully be expressed. Pi represents the ratio of circle circumference to tits diameter (3.14159) c) To use the distance formula to find the equation of the circle with the center (h,k) and radius r units d) Is best expressed as irrational exuberance that drives asset prices up to levels that aren’t supported by fundaments coined Alan Greenspan

#### 3. Demo 02

a) It’s any angle that measures more than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. An acute angle falls somewhere between nonexistent and right angle with a radian of 0.7854 b) It’s a obtuse angle with no rational measurement c) Its not part of the four main types of angles: right angles, acute angles, obtuse angles and straight angles. d) When three rays intersect at a common endpoint, they form an vertex.

#### 4. Demo 02

a) Variable that is external to polynomial b) Variable that is fixed is 3.16 c) A variable (often denoted by y) whose value depends on the another (variable that is being measured or tested in an experiment) d) Part of the four types of variables- nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio

#### 5. Demo 02

a) Constant function is a function that has the same output value no matter what your input value is, it has a form y=b, where b is a constant (a single value that does not change) b) Constant function depends on a positive variance c) Constant function is an independent variable that a ratio of 90 degrees d) None of the above