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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

rad unit

The radical unit is quite easy. I didn't find it difficult like the other units so far. At first I thought that it's going to be hard since I haven't done this before. When Mr K. told us that sq.rt.16, 2^2 and 16^1/2 is all the same number, the number 4, but you won't know it until you solve it.

I learned lots of things in this unit. Adding and subtracting and multiplying and dividing and simplying radicals. Like Mr. K. say "Math is the study of patterns." Radical is similar to polynomials and factoring unit. Some similarities are:

  • When adding/subtracting radicals you must put it in lowest term then solve.
  • Use the distribution law when multiplying.

I'm sure there are more. I enjoyed this unit. Good luck to everyone on the test!


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