## Week 13 – Graphing Reciprocal Quadratics

This week in Pre-Calc 11 we learned how to draw reciprocals. In this blog post I will show you how to draw reciprocals for a quadratic functions. This is where graphing becomes crazy.   So our quadratic function is We

## Week 12 – Graphing Absolute Values

This week in Pre-Calc 11, we learned how to graph absolute values. These can be applied to both linear and quadratic functions. This task is very easy to complete. First we will do a linear function. y= |x+2| We know

## Week 11 – Solutions of an Inequality

This week in Pre-Calc 11 we learned about finding the solutions to an inequality. This is fairly easy to understand as it is only plugging in a point on a graph (usually 0,0). To make sure it is true you

## Characterization (3D) – “Maurice”

Maurice is one of the tallest boys on the island next to Jack, which also means he is a bigun and not a littlun. Since Maurice is apart of the choir, he wears a cloak but he also has a

## “Lord of the Flies – Morality Podcast”

If you can’t see the embedded version of the video, heres a link to the video Conor Madu, Gabriel Bautista, Tristen Hendriks Work Cited: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conformity#Social_responses https://www.simplypsychology.org/conformity.html http://chsjenniferortega.blogspot.ca/2015/05/lord-of-flies-groups-and-individuals.html https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herd_mentality https://www.collectivelyfree.org/mob-mentality-analysis-and-prevention/

## Week 10 – Midterm Review – Sequences and Series

This week in Pre Calc 11, we were studying for our midterm. One unit that I was struggling with was the first unit, Sequences and Series, mainly sequences. For example… Find for the arithmetic series 11, 17, 23, 29, 35….

## Week 9 – finding “a”

All we do is plug in where the point is into the equation to find “a”

## Week 8 – Finding the standard form from the general form

to find the standard or vertex form we have to complete the square. On the left side we put brackets in to separate the C to find the perfect square for the brackets to find the  to find the standard

## Week 7 – finding the discriminant

To find the discriminant we have to use we plug in the numbers and when we find the answer that is our discriminant. The discriminant tells us how many roots our equation has… so if x>0 we have two roots