Math reflexion

Today we are doing a reflection on our math this semester.

1. I thought that the blog posts were super dumb when I was actually doing them, but when it came to studying your for finals, it was really helpful to listen to my self explain something I didnt remember

2. It’s really helpful to do the practice tests in the work books because it is harder than the home work, but it works on your understanding and gives you a challenge

3. I did not enjoy the fonctions section in one of the units. When I was doing them in te unit it was really easy for me, but then it came to the finals, i completely forgot about them and couldn’t really figure out what I had to do with f(x). Make sure you don’t miss anything for the big tests.

4. Highlighting key words and definitions are very helpful because I did that for the first two chapters, and then stopped. I realized when I was studying for the mid term and finals that by having the key words and definitions highlighted, it was much easier and time efficient when I was remembering what to do during the chapter.

5. Just do your homework. I know that it’s not in everyone’s best interest to sit down and do math when they get home, but it helps so much. Even if you don’t do all of it, don’t leave your book empty. By at least doing a few questions, it can make all the difference to your understanding and your grade.

#15 Graphing project

Raiyah Tyers, so my initials are R.T

these are the plot points that i  used to graph them.

#12 Fonctions

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

Math #11

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

Math week #10 Factor in by decomposition

• Factoring by decomposition is not hard. I thought it was at first, but it’s really not. Watch the video to learn how to do said activity! IMG_1867-1bkrw5j

Math #9! Difference of squares

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the différence of squares is a very easy process! Just remember that it has to be a subtraction question because it is a perfect square being subtracted from another perfect square. With practice it gets very easy.

Math blog #8 i think!

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today i will teach tou guys how to factor polynomial expressions! I didn’t really have any problem with these ones until i started getting confused with the perfect square questions. I will show you how to do those in the next class. Once you prectice your polynomial expressions, You realise THAT it’s not that hard

# 7 multiplying Polynomials using tiles:)

IMG_1654-26w5um9There are tiles for $X^2$  , X, and 1.

we are going to be using equations such as: (2x + 1) (x + 2) = 2 $X^2$ + 5x + 2

check out that awesome latex coding cough* cough* ^

Here’s some ore coding:

$\frac{-4}{8}$ $\sqrt(25)$