# wwek 13 math 10

word:
x=imput, independent,
y=output dependent,

5              →                         table of value

sccops                                             cost                                     order pair

1                                                   10                                     (1,10)

2                                                     20                                    (2,20)

3                                                   30                                        (3,30)

# Week 10 Math

polynomials

example

In the trinomial x²+ax+36 list ALL the values for a where  a=I When the trinomial is FACTRABLE

x²+ax+36

36.1

18.2

12.3

9.4

6.6

a}37.20.15.13.12.-37.-20.-15.-12

# Week9 Math

polynomial operations

example

(X²+8x+16)=( x+4)²

(2x²+5x+3)=(2x+3)(x+1)

Sum product Intergers

8.         -20.        -160

-8.         -20.         160

-1.          -20.           20

# Week7 Math

trigonometry

:words:  sin :o/h.  Cos:a/h  tan:o/a

Opposite＝O

hhpotenuse＝H

(Example)

sin 50°＝0.766

Means that the opposite side is 76.6% of the

hypotenuseside.

cos12°＝0.978

Means that the adjacent side is9.787 of the hypotenuse side

tan43°＝0.932

Means that the opposite side is 93.3% of the adjust side

# Week 6 Math

1. Measurement

Cone               : SA=2πr ²+2πrh

⤵︎×２      :V=(area of base)×h

Sphere      : SA=4πr     ½ sphere : SA=½(4πr²)

: V=¾ πr³                     :V=½(¾πr³)

Reclangular Prism

SA=2(wh+lw+lh)

V=(area of base)×h

# Week 5 Math

1. Measurement

G.    M.  K    h   da  u    d  c     m.      M.         n

109.  10610³10².      10.   -10² -10³  -106. . -109

tenth:27.3

thounsandths:27.342

# Week 4 Math

Rational Exponents

example.

3√2.× 3√2 .3√2=3√8 →21/3  .21/3 .21/3=2

so.    x1/3=3√x1

Evaluate

example.

811/4 481３ ⤵︎            253/2→ 2√253⤵︎

=     33                                              =  53

= 27                               =125

# Week3 Math

Exponent

(Example)

3481 ＝3×3×3×3        √5＝51/2

45 ＋4−3＝4−2

word : Multiplication(M)

Division(D)

Presque Partout(PP)