- Wow! Two weeks in one post! Too good to be true? I think not! Today we are learning about slop formula and distance formula! Formulicious am I right!
above is a picture of Mount Vesuvius. the photo was taken by Melvin .C Shaffer in 1944 ( Shaffer, Melvin C. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web. )
Mount Vesuvius is a composite volcano which is active in Italy. Mount Vesuvius is part of the Campanile volcanic arc which sits on the tectonic plate where the African plate is subducted under the European plate. in the power point we watched in class today, it was all about earthquakes and volcanoes, this one being with an extremely devastating past. subduction is when one plate over laps the other. composite volcanoes are typically found near subduction zones, just like Mount Vesuvius. what happens is that when the magma reaches the surface, gas builds up until there is too much. that is what causes an eruption! the photo is an eruption in 1944. Mount Vesuvius is best known for is destruction of the city of Pompeii. Mount Vesuvius has experienced eight major eruptions in the last 17,000 years.
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Fonctions go hand in hand with domain and range… sorta. You’ll see when we get into this weeks video! I’m sure you will pick up fonctions right away just like i did! IMG_2188-2jn2ngr
today we are going to learn domain and range! How to look at the different types of graphs, the types of brackets, etc.
Domain and range is something I understood right away! Hopefully this video will help you too! IMG_1980-1n6wrsr