Here is what my Santa ended up looking like: All the calculations I used are listed above, this was pretty hard at first but after a while it got easier to find the different equations and equalities to make certain parts. For the eyes all I had to do to make them symmetrical is by […]

# Category: Grade 10

# Algebra Tiles Review Math 10 H 2017

Expanding two binomials using algebra tiles: To expand the binomials I used distributive property: Factoring a trinomial: When factoring a trinomial we need to remember that 2 x’s make , Positive 1 or negative 1 times a x will give you x, When we factor a trinomial we have to work backwards, so we solve by […]

# PE 10- Dance Choreography

PE 10 / Mr. Neufeld’s / Dance Unit / October 19th, 2017

# Surface Area of a Sphere

Today in Math 10 Honours we did a class activity to find out the formula for the surface area of a sphere. To find out the formula we were given an orange, a knife, paper towels and a piece of paper. We were told to cut the orange in half, trace the circumference of those […]

# Philosophy Friday #1

1) Does math “exist” independently of humans? Discussion by: Alhan Z Liza B Jason S Eva L

# Math 10 Honors Numbers Summary

Starting off the unit, we learned about prime numbers (a number that can only be divided by itself and 1) Writing the poem about prime numbers was very fun because I added the fact that 1 and 0 are not a prime number to my poem. By doing the first assignment and finding prime numbers […]

# Riverside’s Amazing Video Scavenger Hunt

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# Prime Number Poem

1 lingers on with the feeling of emptiness inside Because it does not have any other factors, it’s not composite nor prime But something tells me that this little one has got it all wrong, he doesn’t realize that he’s not alone He has numbers that depend on him too, as he’s the only other […]