Week 17 in math 10

This week we learned about systems of linear relations.

We learned how to solve them using various ways: graphing, substitution, and elimination.

The easiest one to use coming from me is substitution because all you have to do is change one into y/x slope-point form then you have what you need.



What literature has taught me about the effects of racism

Racism has affected so many people in this world. Just because you’re black, asian, Muslim or anything for that matter, you don’t deserve any form of racism. For example, in Indian Horse, Saul was taken to a dirty residential school where kids were tormented by nuns and priest and he went solely because he is Indian. At these so called schools he started off by getting scrubbed hard by the nuns because they wanted to get the ‘dirt’ off even though the nuns knew that it was his skin colour. He was beaten if he made a mistake in class and out of class. He was sexually, physically, and mentally abused by the nuns and priest just because he is Indian. He tried to forget all that by playing hockey but he couldn’t escape it. The crowd and other teams called him names. He soon had enough of it and he quit playing. Racism can effect someone’s favourite thing to do just because of the hatred. Racism can effect anything and it has to stop.

Week 15 in math 10

This week we learned about slope-point form.

We learned we could create it with just one coordinate and the slope.

It’s also a really easy way to graph with.


Then you can change it into general form.

Then into slope-y intercept form.

Week 14 in math 10

This week in math we started a new chapter about slope.

Slope=Rise over Run.

You have a line on a grid and you find 2 nice points on the grid. You then see how high it goes up then how far it goes right or left. (Right means positive and left means negative)

Week 13 in math 10

This week we learned about function notation.

We learned how G(x)=y and how G(2)=x.

X is our domain and Y is our range.

Example#1: So G(5)=x so you would replace all the x’s with 5’s then do the equation.

Example#2: G(x)=43 and G(x)=y so you’re replacing G(x) with 43 then you do the equation.