## CC Reflection: Math Inquiry

Below my core competencies reflection, I have added the link to my power point in which you can follow my learning throughout this process. I hope you enjoy!

My Riverside Rapid Digital Portfolio

categories: Math 10

Below my core competencies reflection, I have added the link to my power point in which you can follow my learning throughout this process. I hope you enjoy!

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categories: Math 10

Below you can find my self portrait which I made on Desmos (a graphing site). My portrait consists of 84 lines where I used linear equations, quadratic equations, cubic equations, square roots, reciprocal function, sine and cosine functions and circles.

**Did I have any challenges throughout this assignment?**

I certainly had challenges throughout this assignment. Since I was away for the introduction of the assignment, I found it very difficult to simply begin the process. After playing with the website and trying *many *equations, I was able to come up with a result that I am very proud of. A second challenge for me was saving my work. I created a portrait in one day that was an alright representation of myself. When I went to place the final details the following day, all of my work had been deleted. In the end I believe that I not only benefited from doing the project twice, but I was able to make a much better final product the second time around.

**Any aha moments?**

My aha moment was when I learned how to colour a circle or a series of closed lines such as my eyes. I had seen many coloured eyes in the works of my peers which truly added a creative component to their work. After playing with the settings for a couple of minutes, I took to google. I was able to find that replacing a greater than sign where I had placed a few = signs, allowed me to colour in the shapes I had been hoping for.

**Did I get help?**

While my classmates were uploading their projects on Tuesday and I was just learning about the project, I was able to enlist the help of a few experts to help me flip parabola’s upside down, or switch the direction of the sine and cosine lines to best represent my hair. Their expertise gave me a great platform to build and learn from.

**Strategies to I figure out what equations to use:**

When I was stuck on which equation to use where, I tried my best to break down the shape I was hoping to create. I looked at my master list of equations trying to find ones that looked similar to the shape when graphed or could look similar if attached to another equation. Once I had the general idea of how to create my unique shapes, I was able to slightly modifie these equations to receive the exact shape needed in other area’s of my face. For example, to make my eye brows, I was able to take the shape of the upper lid of my eye and modify the domain and range, as well as the width of the parabola to get the shape necessary.

**What did this assignment help me understand about functions, relations and their graphs?**

This assignment helped me to understand how the slightest change in the coefficient, can drastically impact the shape the equation will take when graphed. Being a visual learner, I was also able to better understand the reasoning behind the domain and range of y=x^2 or y=x^3.

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**Here you can find Didi Dimitrova and my sheet of calculations as well as our responses to the questions:**In this image we have Didi holding a Clinometer which was the device we used to mesure the angle of elevation.

Here is an image of me, Kelsey, measuring the distance from the pole to where Didi was standing. Lastly, we have Didi using the Clinometer to find the angle of elevation with her eyes directly above the spot on the ground that I measured to.

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**(To the tune of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song)**

**Written By: Didi Dimitrova and Kelsey Stewart**

Now this is a story all about how my life was changed and spun around,

Now bed time’s almost here so sit on down,

I’ll tell you how I met your mama one night in town

In North Vancouver, they call me VII,

On a keyboard is where I spend all of my days.

Flat and curvey that’s me no lie,

And when I saw her so tall I thought that I’d died.

Then I asked her how I knew so many digits of pie,

But not the seven digits to her phone number.

She laughed then rolled her pretty eyes,

And said I’m not your average 7, I never ate 9.

I learned later that she was uncle 1’s ex,

But she assured me that she was ready for me next.

1 shaped us both to be our prime versions,

Soon we fell in love and knew we would never be hurting.

I always knew that 5 and 7 were meant to be,

But I never thought it would be reality.

Together they become a prime combination,

Our love was never even in the calculation.