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Tuesday, September 27, 2005


Well it seems that I am your scribe for today. I'll finish this and get it out of the way early so that most if not all of you can read it :D (other than the fact that I'm scared that I'll forget what we did during the class..)

During the start of our average class, we started off with the usual "Questions on board." Those questions included finding the perimeter of a rectangle given coordinates of each corner, finding the coordinates of one end point given the midpoint and the starting point of the line, and of course the new stuff which is about graphing lines and table of values.

NEW STUFF: example

y = 2x - 1

Words: Double the input and subtract one.

Table of Values:
-3 -7
-2 -5
-1 -3
0 -1
1 1
2 3
3 5

In this table of values you can see that the numbers go up by twos.

Graph: I don't know exactly how I can display a graph here so I'll just have to explain it to those who are reading this post. First of all, while creating your graph, make sure to add on your scale because without the scale, how can you interpret the data? Second, you have to place arrows on the end of each line showing that the lines do not stop and continue forever.. Finally, you MUST LABEL the HORIZONTAL LINE as the X-AXIS, and the VERTICAL LINE as the Y-AXIS! Make sure that you do not forget any of these while doing your homework or tests for if Mr. K sees that you have missed any of the important factors of a graph, the outcome is.. YOU LOSING MARKS and that's what we all don't want including Mr. K :).

HOMEWORK: Today's homework is indeed EXERCISE 6, not 7 or 8... "6"

Now the moment we've been all waiting for? Well at least I think we are all waiting for.. TOMORROW's SCRIBE! Well I really don't know who to pick on.. I was going to choose Jian but he was lucky during the weekend so I will pick instead..
I hope eeny meeny miny moe works T_SA.. I CHOOSE: uuhh.. Melissa_V which hope I spelled correctly. :D GOOD LUCK MELISSA AND GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL ON HOMEWORK! If you have any further questions or comments, please leave a comment :D


At 9/27/2005 6:55 PM, Blogger Richy said...

To be honest Timmy... Hey!! What's up. Long time no talk. Hahaha. Ok. Wtv. Hahaha. Now that's that's out of the way... About your scribe post... Since 30s aint up... and your an old friend... To be honest. You raised the bar for 20S. Hahaha. And that's good. :) But you should put more examples to help your classmates learn stuff. Like for example... Just to pick on him... Craig's scribe... Is... Um... Really, Well He's Craig. What do you expect from him. Hahahaha. But the point is you should try to explain stuff more better. Cause your Timmy. And I bet your class would learn more you you explained it better too. Haha. Good Job with finally telling everyone what's for homework. Haha. And That is so a better way to choose a scribe. Hahahaha. K. I'm out.

At 9/27/2005 7:10 PM, Blogger tim-Math-y said...

Wow.. that's a lot to say :P

At 9/27/2005 7:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm WOW Craig's post is crazy long! Though it is great and all.. I wonder what he does during his free time :P.. plus I rather leave it to the teacher to explain into thicker detial :D

At 9/28/2005 6:22 PM, Blogger Jan Hong said...

i wasn't lucky on the weekend, it was skills


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