After our first unit test, I am feeling good about this semester in mathematics. We have moved on to radicals, and they are great! The piece I like the most about radicals is how the index changes how you look at the equation. It is integral to mixed and entire radicals. The difference between a mixed and… Continue Reading Week 3 – Pre-Calc 11
Week 2 in Pre-Calc has been great! We’ve covered much more in our series and have moved up and on to geometric sequences and series. Those these are fairly basic, I love how they work. Honestly. I find it fascinating that even when you are constantly multiplying, you can have tons of different results. For… Continue Reading Week 2 – Pre-Calc 11
This was week 1 of Pre-Calc 11 and so far, I am enjoying it! We’ve started off with arithmetic sequences and arithmetic series. The difference between the two is that in an arithmetic sequence, you are either adding or subtracting the same difference to your starting number. In a series, you are adding all the… Continue Reading Week 1 – Pre-Calc 11
Here are three examples of wave phenomena. These are standing waves. Notice the points that don’t seem to be moving? Those are called nodes or nodal points 2. This is an example of destructive interference. The waves are out of phase and in turn, cancel each other out. 3. Finally, we have an example of… Continue Reading Wave Phenomena
Here are some examples of different wave types shown by using a spring. An example of a periodic wave 2. An example of a Transverse wave 3. An example of a Longitudinal wave 4. An example of a pulse wave
Hello, My name is Owen Deo, and this is my blog filled with school-related activities from my grade 9-12 years. Here you will find projects and assignments I feel demonstrate my attitude and learning capabilities. Please look around, but first here are a few things about me. I am an avid rugby player who is… Continue Reading Me!
Hello! Here is a video of Nate, Nick and I explaining Newtons Three laws of motion. I hope you enjoy and further understand what Newton was talking about!
For this experiment, we needed to add Copper(II) Chloride (CuCl2) to water to study the concentration and volume of a liquid. Me and Nick were partners for this one. First of all, we had to calculate how many grams of Copper(II) Chloride to add to 50mL of water for a Molarity of 0.200. The first… Continue Reading Concentration and Volume of a Liquid
These are the calculations for measuring out 0.200 mol of MgO. Here is the weight boat with the measurements on the bottom. And here is 8.06g of MgO, otherwise known as 0.200mol of Magnesium Oxide.
Hello, Here is my self-assessment (CC) on my radio show on the roaring 20s. Thanks for checking it out! Here is the original document as well because I think it’s pretty cool and worth checking out.