This week in pre-calculus 11, we learned about absolute value, radicals, and roots. This unit is probably the easiest for me because roots and radicals are fairly straight forward. Here is an example: In this equation you would take the $latex 6^2$ and put the 36 back into the to solve for an entire radical. […]

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# Week 2 – Geometric Sequences

This week in pre-calculus 11, we learned geometric sequences and geometric series. I learned how to find with just the first term and r. I did find it a little complicated but when I used the formula I could figure it out and it made sense. For example (Page 49, #5a, Pre-calculus worktext):

# Week 1 – Arithmetic Sequences

Determine with the following series: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 … Use the following formula: Determine using the arithmetic sequence above and the following formula:

# Italian City Project

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# Classification: The 6 Kingdoms

Archaebacteria Kingdom Example #1: Methanosarcina acetivorans This cauliflowerlike bacteria is a methane producing microbe. It is found in environments such as oil wells, trash dumps, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and oxygen-depleted sediments underneath kelp beds. Archaebacteria Kingdom Example #2: Dunaliella salina This halophile green micro-algae, is commonly found in sea salt fields. It is a bacteria known for […]