Northstar 4 Third Edition Reading And Writing Answer Key

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James H. Grey jgrey@northstar.k12.ak.us MS Word Download Standards:Geometry,Functions and Relationships; Statistics/Probability. PerformanceStandards: A4.3.1,A4.4.2, A4.3.4, A5.3.5, A5.4.3, A5.4.6, A6.3.4Concepts: Interpretinggraphical information, slope, x and y intercepts, writing a linearequation from graphical information, predictions based upontrends.CarnegieChapter: Findingan Equation from Its Graph.Overview:Focusing onreading and interpreting information from a graph.TeacherNotes: It may help todo problem one first and carry over the information to thisproblem.Reading a Graph -Azimuth Range vs. Day in Barrow, Alaska Problem ThreeThe directions on acompass correspond to numbers from 0-360 as shown below where Northcorresponds to 0 degrees, East is 90 degrees, South is 180 degrees,and West is 270 degrees. This is known as azimuth - if an object isat an azimuth of 45 degrees it is in the Northeast direction relativeto an observer. AzimuthRange shows the TOTAL arc the sun traverses in the sky each day.On February 14, the sun rises (comes above the horizon) at an azimuthof 131.4 degrees and sets (goes below the horizon) at an azimuth of229.3 degrees in Barrow, Alaska. This gives an Azimuth Range (thedifference between the sunrise and sunset azimuth) of 97.9 degreesfor that day.The graph belowshows the Azimuth Range, in degrees, the sun traverses in the skyeach day in Barrow, Alaska.Use the informationabove to answer the following questions in complete sentences. According to the graph, what is the sun doing in the first, horizontal part (A)? What does the second, inclined part (B), of the graph signify? What is happening in the third, horizontal part (C), of the graph? Describe each lettered part of the graph in terms of its slope. (Remember, slope equals rate of change.) A. B. C. Extend the curve of part B so that it intersects both the x and y-axis. What is the x-intercept of B and what is its meaning? What is the y-intercept of B and what is its meaning? a) What is the equation of line A? b) What is the equation of line C? Name two ordered pairs on curve B. Using the ordered pairs, write the equation of the line that fits B. Predict what the graph will do next, after part C. Why? Table ofContents

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