Constructive Interferance occurs when waves come together so that they are in the same point with each other. This means that their movement at a given point are in the same direction, due to the result of the amplitude at that point being much larger than the amplitude of an individual wave. As the waves meet, the amplitude between wave to the crest becomes much larger. For two waves of equal amplitude interfering together, the resulting amplitude is twice as large as the amplitude of an individual wave. After the collision, the wave came back to the original point. In conclusion, due to the constructive interferance, we were able to find a significant increase in amplitude.

Destrictive Interference

When two waves interfere together, they have the same amplitude in opposite directions, But then, there are more than two waves interfering. The situation gets a little more complicated. When the two waves meet in this following example, the collide and go apart as crests and troughs. When the two amplitude have opposite signs, they will also form a wave with a lower amplitude. The following diagram shows two pulses interfering destructively. Again, they move away from the point where they combine as if they never met each other.

Step 5

When we try to listen to music on an airplane, problem might occur. Headphones that block out the noise and let you enjoy to your music are called noise cancelling headphones. The shape of the headphones and the material they are made of can physically block certain sound waves from reaching your ears. As we learned in this lesson, if the soundwave is 180 degrees, it means that the wavelenght is zero, which result in silence.

This week I have learned how to solve graphing inequalities; linear and quadratic functions.

When the equal sign in a quadratic or linear equation is replaced with an inequality sign, a quadratic inequality in one variable is formed. It also determines the domain and range for one equation. It is a very useful when having graphing skills. I have a example of linear and quadratic equation each above. I find determining whether this equation is true or false hard as I have to plug in random points on the graph, which isn’t labelled, which also determine the shaded parts, depending on whether it is true or false.

Maurice, second tallest among the choir boys, is a fictional character that shows the savageness next to Roger and Jack. He first appears with a black cap with silver badge, shorts, shirt and black cloak. He is not a mean person but thanks to being with Jack, Roger and being a hunter, he feels powerful and bullies the littluns with Roger by breaking sandcastles. He also bullies Piggy with Jack and Roger by not giving him food, calls name, and physically assaults him. He rebels against Ralph, Simon and Piggy by removing the conch and moves to other area with the other hunters. His clothes are torn, he looks dirty and messy as his stay on the island gets longer just like the other boys. He assualts a pig with Roger and Jack. He enjoys sodomizing a pig with them and dances around with other hunters like savages. Jack, Roger and Maurice forshadows darkness and evilness that’s going to upon on the island.

1 “Then Jack grabbed Maurice and rubbed the stuff over his cheeks”(Golding 195).

blood on his face

2 “We’ll raid them and take fire. There must be four of you; Henry and you, Robert and Maurice. We’ll put on paint and sneak up;” (Golding 196).

hunters paint

3 “We ought to have a drum,” said Maurice, “then we could do it properly,” (Golding 165).

wants a drum, just like the conch

4 “Finally the laughter died away and the naming continued. There was Maurice, next in size among the choir boys to Jack, but broad and grin- ning all the time,” (Golding 27).

tall and broad, grins a lot

5 “Shorts, shirts, and different garments they carried in their hands; but each boy wore a square black cap with a silver badge on it. Their bodies, from throat to ankle, were hidden by black cloaks which bore a long silver cross on the left breast and each neck was finished off with a ham-bone frill,” (Golding 24).

wears choir clothes

6 “We shall take fire from the others. Listen. Tomorrow we’ll hunt and get meat. Tonight I’ll go along with two hunters—who’ll come?” (Golding 232).

hes a hunter

7 “The hunters took their spears, the cooks took spits, and the rest clubs of firewood. A circling movement developed and a chant,” (Golding 217).

has a spear

8 “’Pick up the pig.’ Maurice and Robert skewered the carcass, lifted the dead weight, and stood ready,” (Golding 197).

This week, it was a review week. We were using our time to answer few questions and ask questions if necessary. While doing reviews, I’ve realized that I forgot about Sequences; Geometric and Arithmetic. The most important ones i realized was that I have to know all the formulas to answer most of the questions. After reviewing through the book, I finally understand the chapter fully.