Week 8- Quadratics

One thing we were introduced to this week was Standard Form. This is my favorite from when graphing because it tell you so much about the graph. Standard form looks like: $latex\ y= a(x-p)^2 +q   Where a cannot equal 0 ex. Y=1(x-1)^2 +2 The A value tell you which way the parabola open (positive up/ negative down) […]

Week Three: Absolute Value

“The absolute value of a real number is defined as the principal square root of the square of number.” Which means the absolute value of a real number is the square root of a squared number. The absolute value of  a number is its distance from zero (0) on a number line. This ignores the “+” […]