VOTING METHODS
Keith Szymanowski
Explorations of
Mathematics
April 24th,2017
Voting
Methods Definition
and Description
DEFINITION: THE WAY IN WHICH PEOPLE CAST THEIR
VOTES IN AN ELECTION OR REFERENDUM.
DESCRIPTION: THERE ARE A FEW DIFFERENT WAYS TO
VOTE.
Jesse Norris
10/2/2016
1. Color codes are six digits and represent values of red, green and blue. The first two digits are for
red, the middle two are for green, and the last two are for blue.
2. Red = #FF0000 Green = #008000 Blue = #0000ff Black = #00000
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math Project 9.3
1. The four types of symmetry are:
a. Rotation to turn and object around.
b. Translation to move an object without rotating or reflecting it.
c. Reflection to mirror an object completely, reversing its directi
Name: J W Smith Stock Market Investment Project 6.8Sample Final Report
I chose to invest a total of $999.06 in three interesting companies. The reasons that I
chose these three companies is that I have relatives that work at each one.
1
Names of stocks: G
Jesse Norris
10/2/2016
1. Which investment vehicle (stocks, bonds, or mutual funds) involves the least
risk? Mutual funds are the least risky because of the diversification. The old not
all your eggs in one basket philosophy. Individual bonds would be nex
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math Project 8.4
Compact Discs are made out of 5 distinct layers of material. The first layer is a
thick, but soft clear plastic layer. This layer provides the bulk of the Compact Discs
thickness. It is used to protect the inn
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math
10/23/2016 Project 9.2
The first tiling youll find in my house is a lovely mosaic style. It has symmetrical and mirrored tiling. It
starts with a circle around the outer edge, the next layer is a series of shapes that equ
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math Project 8.4
Compact Discs are made out of 5 distinct layers of material. The first layer is a
thick, but soft clear plastic layer. This layer provides the bulk of the Compact Discs
thickness. It is used to protect the inn
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math
Project 2.1
Through the Merlot system I chose Cut the Knot, an interactive mathematics website. This is a
very basically designed website, barebones in its aesthetic but straightforward and easy to use. Theres a
vast arra
Jesse Norris
Explorations of Math
Activity 1C
Question 1. Only 1 was going to the store, the rest were just things met along the way to it by the
protagonist. This one works well with fundamental strategies. By breaking down the puzzle word by
word you se
Leonardo da Vincis Mechanical Calculator
Leonardo da Vinci
In the year 1967 an American scientist working in Spain at the National Library of
Spain found two previously unknown manuscripts of the late Leonard da Vinci. They
were bound in red Moroccan leat
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math
Project 1.4 Guards and Prisoners
Assignment 1 3 guards and 3 prisoners
First trip across: a guard and a prisoner, drop off guard. Send prisoner back across.
Second: prisoner back over to pick up another prisoner, and then
Jesse Norris
Explorations in Math Activity 2B (Extra Credit)
8/29/2016
I chose the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics website, www.nctm.org to review. The
layout is far better than I would have expected from a teaching information website. It is
Project 5.1
The Chinese Abacus
The Chinese Abacus, properly known as the Suan Pan, was first mentioned
during the Eastern Han Dynasty in a book written somewhere near 190 CE titled
Supplementary Notes on the Arts of Figures by Xu Yue. Suanpans are typical
Jesse Norris
Project 5.4
1. 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, and 489 $1 bills in each of the 10 boxes should allow the banker
to give him exact change no matter what number he asks for.
2. 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 30, 50, 125, 250, and 500 $5 bills in each of the
Answers: New GCSE Maths Edexcel Modular Homework Book Higher 1
Answers Homework Book Edexcel Modular Higher 1
1
Number: Number skills and properties
1.1 Solving real-life problems
HOMEWORK 1A
1 25 12 = 300 + 60 (20%) = 360. He buys 384 tiles, so he has en
Answers: New GCSE Maths Edexcel Linear Homework Book Higher 2
1
Number: Using a calculator
1.1 Basic calculations and using brackets
HOMEWORK 1A
1 a 195
b 300
2 a 28.08
b 48.18
3 a 24.5
b 38.3
c 326.9
d 11.3
4 14 days
5 Alfie 4.67; Becky 5.46; Chloe 6.14;