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Unit Assessment: Matrices and Systems

# Unit Assessment: Matrices and Systems

Unit 8: Matrices and Systems

Lesson 16 of 16

Lesson 16 of 16

## Objective: SWBAT solve a variety of problems using systems and matrices.

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Subject(s):

Math, Precalculus and Calculus, Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Algebra, Matrices, Matrix Operations, partial fraction, linear programming

*55 minutes*

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#### Unit Assessment

*55 min*

Today is the day of the unit exam, so it is time to see how my students will do with matrices and systems. In this document are some sample problems that I may use on my exam.

There were a **wide array of topics** in this unit, so the exam should reflect that. We worked on systems of equations, systems of inequalities, linear programming, inverses and determinants of matrices, matrix operations, communication matrices, and partial fraction decomposition. I try to hit every topic and make sure that the big ideas of the unit are present - the questions in the attached document reflect those big ideas.

I discuss some of the questions in the video below.

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