## 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

## 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

## “Lord of the Flies” – Island Description

Here are quotes and a picture that best describe the island.  The Scar “All round him the long scar smashed into the jungle was a bath of heat,” (Golding 6 e-book). “Behind this was the darkness of the forest proper

## Week 5 – Factoring Trinomials

This week in Pre-Calc 11 we learned how to factor trinomials and it is fairly easy

## Week 6 – Quadratic Formula

This week in Pre-Calc 11, we learned how to solve using the Quadratic formula

## Walter Mitty Daydream Six

He took one last drag on his cigarette and snapped it away. Then with that faint, fleeting smile playing about his lips, he faced the firing squad; erect and motionless, proud and disdainful, Walter Mitty the Undefeated, inscrutable to the

## Week 4 – Rationalizing Radicals

This week in math, we had learned how to rationalize fractions and it is quite easy. For radicals being in the denominator you have to get rid of it. You would have to multiply the fraction by the radical over

## Week 3 – Absolute values and Radicals

This week we had learned about absolute values and simplifying radicals. For absolute values we had learned about whatever is in-between the two lines will always be positive. = 8 To simplify radicals you have to know the root. Either