week 17 – math 10

This week we continued to further our knowledge of arithmetic sequences, and something I learned was how to find the difference in a sequence if you are not given 2 terms beside each other. in  pattern. for example we will use: t1 = 2,  t4 = 10 d = ? first you have to find […]

week 16 – math 10

This week we started to look at arithmetic sequences, and I learned how to determine if a sequence is arithmetic or geometric. An arithmetic sequence is a pattern with a difference (d) increasing or decreasing by the same value each time. ex. 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,……   or  20,10,0,-10,-20,-30,…… Whereas a Geometric sequence I when the pattern has […]

week 15 – math 10

This week we continued to deepen our knowledge about systems, and have now incorporated word problems and solving systems, I’m going to show you 1 way, out of many, to solve a system. The solution I’m going to show is one of the easiest, Elimination. An example equation’s I’ll use to show you this process […]

week 14 – math 10

This week we started to look at systems of liner equations, and something I learned is, how to determine how many solutions a line/system. First I we must know what a solution and system are; System: when 2 equations/lines cross, this a system Whereas; Solution: is the exact point where the lines/equations cross To find […]

week 13 – math 10

This week we looked at the equation of lines, and learned about general form too. I’m gonna tell you more about general form. This form is mainly useful for entering equations into a computer and for finding missing Y and X intercepts, we can also see that if its in general form then we know […]

week 12 – math 10

This week we looked at liner graphs relations, and smothign that I have taken away fomr the lesson is, point slope form. I find this is one of the easiest forms to find y intercepts, and plotting points. Let me show you. Say we had a been given a random set of points and a […]

week 11 – math 10

this week we specifically looked more into functions and finding the function equations. So I’m gonna show you how to find the function relation using the equation. Let’s say I have, f(x) = 2x – 3  To start let’s first find out what each part represents: f = the function can be any letter in […]

week 10 – math 9

this week we looked at functions! Something that I took away from the lesson was, how to determine what a function is. And why it is different from a relation: its quite simple a relation is the relationship between many different outcomes/outputs of numbers for an input. ex. you have many friends Whereas, a function […]