Operations, Compositions, Inverse of Functions

1. What’s the difference between operating and composing functions? An operation with functions is when we add, subtract, multiply, or divide functions, and the solution is a new function. Addition: (f+g)(x) or f(x) + g(x) Subtraction: (f-g)(x) or f(x) – g(x) Multiplication: (fg)(x) or f(x) x g(x) Division: (f/g)(x) or f(x) / g(x) The composition […]

3D Painting – From Thinking to 3D

Audra Auclair – Oculus Audra Auclair is a young Canadian artist whose work has spanned across many mediums. She has been exhibited both locally, as well as internationally in Australia and America. Although she has achieved a degree in graphic design, graduating with honours, she instead specializes in exploring the surreal and beautiful female form […]

Physics In the News (W1)

Former Boeing Engineer Builds Roller Coaster for Grandkids in Backyard http://www.newshub.co.nz/world/boeing-engineer-builds-rollercoaster-park-for-grandkids-2016090812 September 7th, 2016 This news story has a connection with physics because roller coasters are essentially runned by physics. Roller coasters use gravity and inertia to go around the track, and create the changes in speed and sensation through the whole ride. This could […]

Marshmallow Tower – Physics 11

The physics involved in the marshmallow tower include the fighting forces of compression and tension. Tension refers to parts being pulled and stretched, while compression refers to parts being pushed and shortened. The bending of the spaghetti is the result of both compression and tension. Comparing structures, I saw that cubes had less strength than […]

Interwar Period Essay (UNFINISHED)

To What Extent did Canada Become Politically, Economically, and Socially Autonomous During the Interwar Period? During the Interwar Period, Canada began to grow autonomous from it’s mother country, Britain. Until the early 20’s, Britain was directly influencing Canadian culture and foreign affairs/policies. However, as the world entered the new decade, Canada began to make decisions […]

Advantages of Different Forms

Standard Form y=a(x-p)^2+q Advantages – With standard form, we are able to find the vertex, the axis of symmetry, and the minimum and maximum values. General Form y=ax^2+bx+c Advantages – With general form, we’re able to find the y intercept. You are also able to convert to standard for or factored form easily. Factored Form […]