Neurons are cells that transmit information. There are three different types of neuron structures, a motor neuron, sensory neuron, and interneuron. The structure of a neuron includes the cell body,
This week in math we learned how to solve quadratic equations using the zero product law. A quadratic equation is one that has two answers. A linear equation has one
This week in math we learned how to factor polynomial expressions, specifically ‘ugly’ ones using the ‘box method’. A helpful phrase to figure out if a polynomial expression is ugly
This week in math we learned how to add and subtract like radicals. This means that if there are like radicals in an equation, you can simplify their coefficients. In
This week in math we learned about absolute values. In simple terms, an absolute value is the distance a number is from 0. The official definition is: the absolute value
This week in math we learned about geometric sequences. For the sequence to be geometric, each term must be multiplied by a constant, known as the common ratio, or ‘r’.
6, 10, 14, 18, 22… How to find the 50th term, : =+(n-1)d =6+(50-1)(4) =202 How to find the sum of the first 50 terms, : =(+) =(6+202) =5200
This week in math we learned about arithmetic sequences, to be specific how to find a specific term in a sequence using an equation. To begin, a sequence is a
This is a power point I made depicting three examples of discrimination and prejudice in Canada in the 20th century.
I have created a power point describing the events of Stalin’s Forced Famine, or as others call it the ‘Holodomor’. This was caused by Russia’s leader at the time, Joseph