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Tuesday, December 20, 2005

How to Function


Our unit on functions is coming to a close, so fast time goes by...

This unit did in fact go by very fast and although most of the things we learned were "review," reviewing can still be a challenge. Some aspects of this unit I thought were really simple, like how to tell the difference between a relation and a function, especially on a graph. Sometimes, there were things I didn't completely understand, like what zeros were...and how exactly to find the area of a trapezoid on a graph (today's lesson.*) Luckily, Mr. K. is always there to answer my questions and I know he never wants us to leave his class with a foggy mind.

In general, I think I have a good understanding of the things in this unit and I hope that's reflected in my test mark. Of course, I will study hard and try to understand the concepts but all-around, I think this could be a unit that we all do very well in. Good luck to all, but obviously don't depend solely on luck. Study hard and think you can.



<---relation, not a function!

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