This week we looked at exponent laws. But, something that I learned about is, scientific notation. It’s seems complicated when you think about it but it’s actually quite easy to figure out! When using it scientific notation, you tend to use more often with huge or tiny numbers. And in that I mean, for example, […]

# Category: Grade 10

# Learning Latex Coding

making exponents: formula = $ latex # ^ {##} $ these are some examples making fractions: formula $ latex \frac{#(base)^#}{#(base)^#} $

# Week 1 – math 10

This week we were learning about prime numbers and composite numbers. I never learned what composite numbers were before so I learned the definition. Which is: Composite numbers: a number that can be divisible by more numbers than 1 and it’s self Some examples might be: 6 (6-1, 2-3), 24 (2-12, 6-4, 8-3), 30 (3-10, […]