01.04 Module One Quiz
1) Question 1 Answer:
Karen was wrong because the problem was supposed to be
64(4)+30/5 like matt did 6(6)+30/5 , 10+30/5 , 10+6
Matt was also incorrect because he added 10+30 before dividing
30/5. The answer is 4.
2) Question 2
01.06 Assessment
1) Five plus a number
Ten minus a number
Two times a number
Six times a number divided by three
Two times a number, squared
Three times a number, plus four
2) 2. 5+x
10x
2x
6x/3
(2x)
3x+4
3) 3. x+7
20x
5x
20x/3
(3x)
(3x+4)/2
4) A number
02.04 Module Two Quiz
1) Angelica's service club is selling flowers for a fundraiser. Each flower
costs them $0.50 to purchase. They set the sale price of each flower
at the purchase price plus 40%. Write and solve an equation to
determine how many flower
01.09 DiscussionBased Assessment
Over the course of this unit I found 01.07 Algebraic Properties and
Equations the most challenging. Ive never liked the algebraic properties. It
was too hard to memorise all of the properties and because of that I always
 Variable, a letter that holds th eplace for some unknown value in mathematics.
 Numerical Expression, a number or a group of numbers that are added, subtracted, multiplies, or divided.
 Algebraic Expression, a number a variable or a group of numbers a
 The independent variable is graphed on the xaxis, while the dependent variable is graphed on the yaxis.
 The first unit of measure listed is the dependent variable. The second unit of measure is the independent variable.

Low Precision
target with
 Associative Property of Addition or Multiplication
Just like hanging out with different friends, numbers can also change who they associate with by moving the parenthesis.
1 + (2 + 3) = (1 + 2) + 3 and 1 (2 3) = (1 2) 3
 Distributive Property
Numbers
01.08 DiscussionBased Assessment
Assessment
Over the course of this unit, what concept did you find the most challenging? What did you
do to clarify this concept and further your learning? Please explain the concept and give at
least one real world examp
Math Module 1 Quiz (01.03)
1. Splott was doing well on step 1. Its correct to add 3x to both sides and get
5x+4=14 After that, he need to subtract 4 instead of add 4. If he add 4, the
equation would become 5x+8=18 not 5x=18, and its only make equation
mor
I think that Solving Quadratic Equations was the must challenging part in this unit for
me. But after I asked some questions and get many helps from teacher, I finally could get it
and do that easily. This kind of problem is really important because it re
Math 05.09
James can do the chemistry project in 9 hours, his classmate Steve can
do the same chemistry project in 7 hours. How long will it take for them
work together to finish the project?
1/9+1/7=1/x
First, find the LCD. And the LCD is 7 times 9 would
Math 04.10
Over this unit, I found that the most difficult part for me is the
Polynomial Identities and proof. I ask teacher questions and I find
lots of examples online and practice hard. It really helps me to
overcome the difficulties. This topic is rea
Math 05.12 Discussion
I think the most challenge part for me is the Applications of Rational
Equations, because I found that it is quite hard to understand. So for solving
these problems, I went online to find more example and try my best to solve
them. A
Math 04.06
1. If x + n is a factor, then plugging in x = n will return the value zero for the
function.
f(x) = x3 + 3x2 10x 24
x = 1, f(x) = 30.No
x =  2, f(x) = 0.Yes, x + 2 is a factor
x = 3, f(x) = 0.Yes. x  3 is a factor
x =  4, f(x) = 0.Yes. x +
Math 04.06
1. If x + n is a factor, then plugging in x = n will return the value zero for the
function.
f(x) = x3 + 3x2 10x 24
x = 1, f(x) = 30.No
x =  2, f(x) = 0.Yes, x + 2 is a factor
x = 3, f(x) = 0.Yes. x  3 is a factor
x =  4, f(x) = 0.Yes. x +
Math 04.05
1. Since one root is 6, one of the factors is (x6),the next root is 2, the factor is (x(2) or (x+2) and the third factor is (x(7) or (x+7). Then, to find the polynomial
that start by multiplying together (x6) and (x+2) to get (x^24x12).
Week 16 physical science
Reviewing key concepts
How many bonds can a carbon atom form? I read that a carbon atom can form 4 bonds
Why is carbon unique among the elements? I read that the reason it is unique is because in the
vast number and variety of com
Module One Quiz Jose Bernardo Flores Vera
1. Splott: In the first line, we have the equation. In the second line, Splott does the
right thing when adding 3x on both sides of the equation. In the third line, we
have the result of the operation in the seco
Module Two Quiz
6 x+ 4 = 12
1.
First, we need to square both sides so we can get: 6x + 4 = 144
Then, we need to substract 4 on both sides of the equation so we get: 6x = 140
After that, we need to left x alone by passing 6 dividing, so we get: x =
140
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