# Math 11

## Week 18- Top 5

NUMBER 1: I learned very early on in the year that I should really learn how to read. My lack… read more

## Week 17-Sine Law

he trigonometric ratios for sine, cosine, and tangent are all very important for finding the lengths of the sides on… read more

## Week 16-Story Problems with Rational Expressions

Once you know how to solve rational equations, you will be ready for story problems. The method of solving these… read more

## Week 15-Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

Steps: 1.Determine LCD 2.Rewrite each fraction as equivalent of LCD 3.Combine numerators by adding/subtracting 4. Reduce if possible you also… read more

## Week 14-Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

To multiply or Divide fractions, you need to simplify it sometime during or when you get the final answer, but… read more

## Week 12-Absolute Value Graphs

The thing to remember about absolute value, is that it means “how far away is this number away from zero?”… read more

## Week 13-Graphing Reciprocal Functions

The thing to remember about reciprocals, is that if you are to reciprocate a small number (less than 1) it… read more

## Week 11-Solving Quadratic Inequalities in One Variable

Solving quadratic inequalities in one variable is very similar to solving quadratic equations For example, to solve – 9x +… read more

## Week 8: Equivalent forms of the Quadratic Funtion

every format of quadratic functions can be converted to another form to fit your needs to solve problems. The three… read more

## Week 7: Formula:y=a(x-p)^2+q

The effects of changing q in y=a(x-p +q If q is increased, the parabola translates up the y-axis and if… read more