Module Four Quiz
1. - We got a list of factors, first we need to search for the factors by using the
synthetic division. If we try the factors in order by plugging them into the formula,
we find that the first factor is (x+2) because the result equals to
Brave New World: Chapter 2
The second chapter of Brave New World continues as the Director of Hatcheries
and Conditioning, DHC, leads a group of students through the Central London Hatchery
and Conditioning Centre. In this chapter, the group moves into th
Romanticism from Long Ago
James Joyces Araby, is a great story of a young boy that fumbles into
adulthood with little stopping him. Considered one of Joyce's best known short stories,
Araby is the third story in his short fiction collection, Dubliners, wh
Chemical Bonding
Chapter 9
Covalent Bonds and Ionic Bonds: Octet Rule
Explain each of the following observations in terms of the "octet rule":
Na atoms and Cl atoms will combine to form NaCl.
Why does NaCl exist as an ionic solid?
Cl atoms will react with
Brave New World: Chapters 7-12
Chapter seven begins when Bernard and Lenina enjoy the reservation ceremony
and are surprised to find a blond-haired boy, by the name of John, who speaks perfect
English. They meet his mother, Linda, who had been abandoned o
Brave New World: Chapters 13-18
As Chapter 13 of Brave New World opens, Lenina Crowne is in a strange place.
Lenina is absent minded an unhappy about John (The Savage) having rejected her. She
rejects dates, messes up her job, resulting in the future deat
Brave New World: Chapter 3
The chapter begins with children playing ball games, while the Director watches
approvingly. The Director comments that in Our Fords day games involved no more
than a ball or two, a few sticks, and maybe a net. He says that erot
06.07: Discussion Based Assessment
Over the course of this module I found that learning systems of two liner
equations was the hardest concept for me to grasp. It was difficult for me to determine
which basic algebraic method I should use to solve for my
06.05: Graphing Systems of Nonlinear Equation
1.
2.
3.
y=x 2+36
X
T
Y
6
0
2
32
1
35
3
27
I chose the points (6,0) and (2,32) for the drone line.
The equation of the drone line is y=-8x+48.
The domain of the rainbow is (-6,6) and the
range is (0,36). This
Five years ago, I remember waking up at the hospital, dazed and confused. Being
connected to a heart monitor, my body felt frail and weak. The doctor had come in on a
Monday to explain the final diagnosis. I, Caroline Giddings, was severely sick and I had
Module 7 Activity
1. My flight number for the first flight is 542 and I need an angle of elevation of 23 at
takeoff. In order to find the missing angle measure I add Angle T and Angle W together
which gives me 23 + 90 = 113 and I subtract that number from
Module Seven Quiz
1. The first number I rolled on the dice was 5, and h next roll I got a 3. I first labeled the
legs of the triangle 5 and 3. Then I was able to plug these numbers into the Pythagorean
Theorem. I got 5+3= C. From here, all we have to do i
Module Six Activity
1. The building is 25 units in length across the top from A to B, 10 units down the right side
from B to C, 10 units in from C to D, 13 units down from D to E, 15 units from E to F,
and 24 units from A to F. In order to get the perimet
Module 8 Activity
1. In order to find the area of the main tank, first we need to find the area of the sphere. We
use the equation V = 4/3 (r) and we are given r = 70ft. When we plug in our numbers
we get V = 4/3 (70) = V = 4/3 (343,000) = V = 4/3 (1,077,
Algebra II Applications of Rational Equations
1. It takes Greg 3 hours to paint the house and it takes his friend Ralph 6 hours to paint the
same house, how long would it take Greg and Ralph to paint the house together?
2. 1/3+1/6=1/x. Each fraction repre
Algebra II Module 5 Quiz
1. The rational expression I chose for this activity is x+4/2x
2. My first toss resulted in heads which means that I have to add x+1/2x to my rational
expression. So I have x+4/2x + x+1/2x. The denominators are already identical i
Module 9 Quiz
1. In order to create the circle inscribed in the triangle I first created the triangle using the
points given in the instructions. From there, I had to find the angle bisector for each of
the three angle A, B, and C. Then I marked the point
Algebra II Module 3 Discussion-Based Assessment
The most challenging concept for me in this module was solving factoring. I found it
challenging to try to remember factors and it was difficult for me to check my answer also.
Factors are difficult to me be
Applications of Circles
1. Name of the ferris wheel: London Eye
2. Diameter of the wheel (in meters): 120m
3. Number of cars or compartments: 32 cars
4. Circumference of the wheel (in meters): C = 2r = 2(60) = 377m
5. Area of the wheel (in meters): A = r
Module 6 Quiz
1. Mall = (-8, 4) and Restaurant = (-6, 5)
4-5/-8+6 = -1/-2 =
Because the slope is a positive , the slope is positive.
2. Restaurant = (-6, 5) and House = (-3, 30
5-3/-6+3 = 2/-3
Because the slope is a negative 2/-3 the slope is negative.
3
Algebra II Module 4 Quiz
1. The factors of f(x)= x+3x-10x-24 are (x-3)(x+4)(x+2). I started by synthetically
dividing given the numbers the other partygoers suggested. When I got to (x-3) I had
found a match. I synthetically divided using (x-3) and got (x
Algebra II Module 1 Quiz
1. Splott made an error when he added 4 to each side. When he added 4 to each side he got
5x = 18, when he should have subtracted 4 from each side to get 5x = 10. And from there,
divide both sides by 5 and find that x =2. Fizzle m
Algebra II Module 3 Quiz
1.
A. The function of f(x) is a difference of squares: x-9 the factored form of this equation
is (x+3)(x-3) when you FOIL this factored version you get your original equation.
B. The function of g(x) is a sum of squares: x+2 the f
Algebra II Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
1. Both Theo and Paula made a mistake in their work. Theo made a mistake in his second
step. He did not need to multiply the top term by (x+2) on the left side of the addition
sign. Because the bottom
Algebra II Solving Polynomial Equations
1. In order to create a rollercoaster that moves between buildings but does not hit the
building or its foundation, we are using the points (6,0)(-2,0) and (-7,0). The first step is
to create a polynomial function w
Algebra II Module 5 Discussion-Based Assessment
The concept I found most challenging in this module would be asymptotes of rational
functions. It was challenging for me because I did not quite understand the lesson. It was difficult
for me to follow the e
Module 8 Quiz
Penny Problem:
In order to find the volume of the jar, we have to use the equation V = rh we then plug in our
numbers to get
V = (3)(11.5) when multiplied we get V = 324.99 in.
Next we have to find the volume of a penny in order to find out
Algebra II Completing the Square
1.
A. f(x)=x+6x-16 This function has 2 real rational solutions when it is solved. The first
step to this is to figure out what numbers we use to plug into the discriminant. To do
this, we use the equation ax+bx+c. In this
Algebra II Module 1 Discussion-Based Assessment
The concept I found most challenging is the f(g(x). This is confusing to me because it is
difficult for me to remember which equation to use and how to get there. I find it confusing to
remember which equati
Algebra II Module 4 Discussion-Based Assessment
The concept I found most challenging in this module was polynomial long division. It
was hard for me because I easily get messed up with all of the information. I messed up a few
just because I was trying to