This week in math 10 we learned more about factoring and we learned new ways to factor as you can see in the photo we learned how to factor using a 2 x 2 box but we have a phrase that also helps us to determine what type of factoring that we will need to […]Read more "Week 10, Math 10"
This week in math 10 we mostly reviewed what polynomials are and what we learned in Grade 9 as you can see in this picture we reviwed things like Distributive property, area model and the tile models .Read more "Week 9, Math 10"
This week in math 10 we learned how to solve triangles using trigonometry. as shown on the paper to solve the triangle you have to find all the missing dimesionsRead more "Week 8, Math 10"
This week in math 10 got ourselves into a new unit called trigonometry. In trig we use 3 new buttons on our calculators, Cosine, Sine, and Tangent. You use all 3 buttons on your calculator to help you solve right angled triangles, something you need to remember to help you is a word that you […]Read more "Week 7, Math 10"
This week in Math 10 we learned about Spheres and Hemispheres. Spheres are pretty cool because you can fit 2 cones full of water into one sphere, Hemisphere, on the other hand, is half of the sphere so if you were trying to find the volume or the surface area of a hemisphere you would […]Read more "Week 6, Math 10"
This week in math 10 we learned conversion. As you can see on the picture we learned some Metric prefixes and the metric number lines, we also learned how to convert using the strategy that you see up top on the picture around the bottom. The Metric prefix can also spell out “King Henery Doesn’t […]Read more "Week 5, Math 10"
This week in math 10 what I learned was the fractional exponent law, the fractional exponent law is when you multiply same bases and add the exponents.Read more "Week 4, Math 10"
This week what I learned was about the negative exponent and how you turn it into a fraction when you have one. For example, if you have 8x to the power of negative 3 (-3) it turns into 8 over x with the power of 3Read more "Week 3, Math 10"
In the first week, I learned about LCM and GCF. LCM or lowest common factor is when you have a small number that is a multiple of two numbers, a GCF or greatest common factor is when the highest number can divide into two or more numbers. I also learned about the number system, The Real […]Read more "Week 2 – math 10"