# Diffusion In Agar Cubes Lab

Before the cubes were submerged into NaOH: The cubes after 30 seconds of submersion: 5 minutes of submersion: After 10  minutes if submersion: The cubes cut into halves after the 10 minutes of submersion: data table:   Conclusion Questions: 1. In terms of maximizing diffusion, what was the most effective size cube that you tested? The…

# DNA and Protein Synthesis Lab

DNA Model 1) Explain the structure of DNA- use the terms nucleotides, anti-parallel strand, and complementary base pairing DNA is a large polymer made of nucleotide monomers with two backbones. It contains deoxyribose, phosphate, and nitrogen bases. The phosphate and sugar make up the backbone and the nitrogen base attaches to the other strands. The structure…

# Desmos Art Functions Card 2018

This is my desmos Christmas card project. https://www.desmos.com/calculator/bxvww3ap10 I had under estimated the amount of thinking this project would need to really accomplish what I had pictured and envisioned in my head. By using a variety of different functions, I was able to create many shapes to make the christmas card. Thinking of ways to…

# Week 18- Top 5 Things I’ve Learned in PreCalculus 11

Graphing: This year in precalculus, we have mainly been looking at quadratic function graphs and how the different forms give different information to graph the most accurate parabola. General form: y-intercept slope Factored form:  () () x-intercepts axis of symmetry Completing the square (standard): +q vertex Absolute value function:  Before I had an idea of what an…

# Week 17- Trigonometry

This week in pre calculus 11, we studied our last unit on trigonomitry, which was an add on to what we’ve learned and covered in math 10, but unlike math 10, we learned how to find the angles and sides of a triangle without a 90° angle (right triangle), through sine law and cosine law….

# Week 16- Solving Rational Equations

This week in pre-calculus, we learned how to solve rational equations. We can cross multiply when there are two fractions on both sides of the equal sign, but when there are more than two fractions, you would have to find the common denominator and multiply each side to get rid of the denominator to solve the equation….

# Week 15- Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

This week, we continued with our unit on rational expressions and learned how to add and subtract rational expressions. Review: Finding the LCD What you do to the bottom of a fraction, you have to do to the top as well Only adding and subtracting the numerators Steps: Factor the denominators if possible Determine the…

# Week 14- Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

This week we learned about rational expressions and learned how to multiply and divide them.  Rational number: a quotient of two integers Rational expression: quotient of two polynomials does not have an equal sign simplifying to it’s the simplest form Rational Equation: an equation that contains at least one fraction whose numerator and denominator are polynomials…

# 10 Important Events of World War II

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# Week 13- Reciprocal Functions

This week we learned how to solve absolute value equations, and then we learned about linear and quadratic reciprocal functions. You can find that there are some patterns that exist when trying to graph reciprocal functions. reciprocal: one pair of numbers whose product is 1 when multiplied together a positive(+) number reciprocates into a positive number a negative(-)…