## Math 10 Week 17

This week we learned how to know how many solutions there are in an equation. One Solution = When the slopes don’t match EX,  No Solutions = When the Slopes are the same but the y intercepts aren’t Ex,    Solutions = When the Slopes…

## Math 10 Week 16

This week in math I learned how to convert an equation that has a fraction to general form. From Slope Intercept form we will make it into general form. First you try to take away the fraction. After finding the fraction before sorting you simplify…

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## Math 10 Week 15

This week in math we learned about the slope. The slope is  that means that the slope of this is  and you know that it will be increase by the way its going up the graph

## Math 10 Week 14

This week I learned how to solve word questions involving functions like “C(n) = 11750 + 32n, where C represents cost in dollars of producing N products of an item. ” Lets say that they want you to find out how much the value of…

## Math 10 Week 13

This week we learned the difference between a relation and function. We learned that a function is when the imput only has one output. However a relation is when an imput has multiple outputs. This can be viewed on a graph and on a mapping…

## Math 10, Week 11

For week 11 we had our midterm and something I practiced was the conversion of measurements. The first thing you do to convert a yard to inches is to first convert it to a feet. You have to find how many times feet go into…

## Math 10 Week 12

This week we are learning about Relation and Functions, the one thing i’ve learned is the tea chart. Looking at this tea-chart you may assume that just people the chart goes up by 4 then the expression would be “4x”. However because 4×1 does not equal…

## Math 10 Week 10

This week I learned about difference of squares involving a common factor. You factor polynomial by determining the missing factor. When you find out that it’s a perfect square you have to find those two numbers that multiple to that number, in this case 49.

## Math 10 week 9

for week 9 I found out how to factor trinomials  that all fit in evenly. First you see what the GCF is which in this case is a two. You put the two in front and then put down how many times that number goes…