June 15

Math 10 week 17

this week in math ten we learnt about systems and how to find the system of two lines. A system is a point where two line cross on a graph. There are three different types of systems 1. There the normal system were we have two lines with different slopes 2. They are also parrelel systems where they have the same slope and there for have no points in common. 3. Coincident systems is the last one this is when we have two lines that are actually one on top of each other. In that case for a system like this there is no limit to how  many solutions there are.

 

We we also learnt an easy way to find the solution to a system called substitution. By using substitution we can find the answer by inputting the coordinates we come up with to find our answer and verify it.

 

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June 6

Math 10 week 14

this week in math we learnt about how two lines can be parrelel or perpendicular. Two parrelel lines are two line beside each other that for no matter how lng the go for the will never touch.  And two pepedicula lines are two lines that meet somewhere on the graph and creat a 90 degrees angle.

 

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June 6

Math 10 week 15

this week in math we learnt how to find the slope of two points on a line. To find the slope of a line we need at least two coordinates, say we have (3,7) and (1,8). With these two peices of info we can easly find the slope.

 

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June 6

Week 16 math 10

this week in Mrs. Burtons math 10 class we learnt how to find the points on a line. To do this we need atleast two pieces of information like two coordinates. Say we have (0,5) and (3,8) this is enough information to find the point on the line. All we would need to do is first of all find the slope and secondly choose one set of coordinates and drop them into the equation were using. For this example were going to use (slope y intercept form).

 

 

 

 

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May 18

Math 10 week 13

This week in math we learn about the domain and the range of the quadrants. This was one of my least favourite unites because in the past, like all the other unites we learnt about its kinda just been building on what we already learnt from last year. How ever with this unite we started from scratch we had never learnt anything like this before and there for it was kinda confusing. To my understanding all of the domain is everything between the two dots on the X axel, and the range is everything between the two dots on the Y axel.

 

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May 18

Math 10 week 12

this week in math we learnt about the different quadrants and how they are different from one and the other. The top right quadrant is for all of the positive degrees, the top left quadrant is for all of the (-,+) degrees, the bottom left quadrant is for all the the negative degrees, and finally the bottom right quadrant is for the (+,-) degrees.

 

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May 18

Week 11 math 10

this week in math we didn’t really learn a whole lot. For the most part we just went over review in class. So there was nothing really more that we could have learnt beside the things tha Ms. Burton had already taught use.

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April 28

Week9 math 10

This week in learns how to factor difference of squares.

Difference of squares is when when you have trinomial that end in a negative and every number has a square rout. You if you do have a difference of squares you should be able to chage your trinomial into a binomial. You would be able to do this the prossese of elimination showen in the ample below.

 

This is considered because both of thes numbers have a square root and can be simplified.

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April 27

Week 10 math 10

This week we learnt how to factor simple trinomials and how the factor the GCF of trinomials.

Factoring simple trinomials:

To factor simple trinomials you need a trinomial that has the right pattern which I X squared + or – x + or – #. To factor this you must find two numbers that can add to the number in front of the X and can multiply the lone number.

 

Factoring the GCF:

To factore the GCF you must find the greatest common factor. Which pretty much means you must find the highest number possible that each of these numbers can be divided by.

As you can see in this example I chose 5 as my greatest common factor.

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