Hypertext Math Paper:  Substitution Page
Guidelines for substitution.htm

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You can use the writing you did in the letter to a friend that Persheen asked you to write.

Copy your description of this System of Equations from the letter...
then add an example to make your description clear.

Your example should come from two lines in your section or your design.

Use the same two  equations from your Excel table that you used for graphing.htm (above), and show how you arrive at the Standard Form for both. Then show how to use these equations to find the intersection of these lines.


For those of you with curved lines in your design:
What line is formed by the intersections of all of the lines in your section?

How does substitution help you to describe the curved lines on your String Art Design?


(This is the same as what is required on the graphing.htm page.)


You need to open the your section.gsp in Sketchpad, then save it as section2.gsp.

Change the color or thickness of the lines that you are describing on this page, and put a point with a label at the intersection of those two lines.

After all of that, make a "Snag It version" of this file. Insert your section2.jpg on this page.


Some students will use images in the background of this page.

You may also add small images from the Internet to the text.

Create hyperlinks to these two pages, which should already be saved in your stringart folder:



Set your
 hyperlinks to go to
Target Frame,
 New Window.

Keep or make the section2.jpg about 300 pixels wide. 

Use a template under File, New to create a table for your page.


Under Table, Insert a table that has at least 2 columns and  2 rows so that you can put the images and links beside the text.

 Click here to print this page.