Week 14 in math 10

Relation or Function This week in math 10 we learned how to tell whether or not we are dealing with a function or a relation just by looking at a graph, mapping diagram or a table chart. Graph: If there are closed dots that are…

Week 13 in math 10

Function Notation This week in math 10 I learned about function notation. Function Notation: Using inputs and outputs with its name function notation is another way of giving an equation. When the name (which is usually represented by a letter is upfront) is directly followed by…

Week 11 in math 10

Perfect Square Trinomials This week in math 10 we learned about and how to factor perfect square trinomials. After factoring a perfect square trinomial you will end up with 2 binomials that will be identical. When you’re identifying if the trinomial is a perfect square the first…

Week 10 in math 10

Factoring polynomials This week in math 10 we learned how to deal with factoring the “ugly” polynomials. For the most part, the “ugly” polynomials are trail and error, which means that you just have to do it until you get it right. This method is…

Week 9 in math 10

Multiplying Binomials This week in Math 10 we were shown easier ways to multiply binomials. By using models, area models and distributive property. However, these models are only supposed to be used for numbers with a degree of one. I personally find using area models very…

Week 7 in math 10

Finding side lengths This week in math we started a new unit on trigonometry. I’ve gotten a hand on it pretty quickly. One thing that I took out of this week was finding the missing lengths. The very first step that you want to do…

Week 6 in math 10

Finding the Volume and Surface Area of a Hemisphere This week we mainly focused on volume and surface area of different shapes. What I took from this week is how to find the volume and surface area of a hemisphere. All the other shapes have…

Week 5 in math 10

Converting Units This week in math 10, I learned how to convert different units. To be more specific the units of distance. When converting a distance, you must take the distance that was given and place it over 1. Now that you have a fraction…