Lesson 5
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Lesson 5: The Area of Polygons Through Composition and
Decomposition
Student Outcomes
Students show the area formula for the region bounded by a polygon by decomposing the region into triangles
and other
Chapter 2
Square Matrices of Order 2
Abstract The main topic of this chapter is a detailed study of 2 2 matrices and
their applications, for instance to linear recursive sequences and Pells equations.
The key ingredient is the CayleyHamilton theorem, whic
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AreasandVolumes2Dshapes
Level: Key stage 3
Dimension: Measures, Shape and Space
Module:
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Unit:
Areas and Volumes (I)
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Areas of Polygons
Lesson Summary:
Students will create regular polygons using geometry software and calculate the
area. Students will investigate how this calculation compares to the area of the sum of
Matrices
Determinant and Inverse of a (3 3) Matrix
Aim
To demonstrate how to calculate the determinant, and the inverse, of a (3 3) matrix.
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Consider the line integral
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Professor Ben Richert
Exam 1
Solutions
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(a10pts) Does
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Math 241 (Camp)
Quiz #3
Name:
Fall 2016
Thu., Oct. 13, 2016
2 Problems. 10 points. Show all work. No calculators.
1. Let f (x, y) = ln y 3 x2 .
(a) Find the gradient of f (x, y).
2 pts
(b) What is the directional derivative of f (x, y) at the point (1, 2)
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Math 143 Winter 2009
Professor Ben Richert
Exam 2
March 3, 2009
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Math 241 (Camp)
Quiz #7
Name:
Fall 2016
Thu., Dec. 1
2 Problems. 10 points. Show all work. No calculators.
Z
1. (a) Setup, but do not evaluate, the line integral
xey ds, where C is the arc of
the curve x = e2y from (1, 0) to (e6 , 3).
4 pts
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