Day 6 Notes:
1. Create a data table in Excel, using the raw data you recorded on Day 5.
2. Use Excel to draw the graph of Area vs. The Square of Diameter, and find
the math model of your graph.
Follow this
Day 5 notes:
1. Name: Lab of graph paper
2. Purpose: How to use graph paper to find the diameter and the area of a
circle? Find the math model of the diameter and the area by Excel.
3. Some clarification before
Day 8 Notes
Units Conversion
1. British units vs. Metric units (the second one is the SI unit system used in
science)
Check this web page to study the relationship between British units and
Metric units:
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ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPALS OF ART
VOCABULARY
ELEMENTS OF ART: The visual components of color, form,
line, shape, space, texture, and value.
Line
An element of art defined by a point moving in space.
Line may be two-or three-dimensional, descriptive,
implied,
El rbol de Mi Familia Ficticia
Create a PowerPoint with two (2) slides to depict a fictitious portrait of your
immediate family tree and the other of your fictitious extended family tree. Use the
Mi Familia and Mi Familia Ampliada PPTs as guides; they can
Day 12 Notes
1. Vectors vs. Scalars
Vectors: Quantities containing both magnitude and direction.
e.g.: velocity, displacement, acceleration, force, etc.
Scalars: Quantities that do not involve direction.
e.g.: spee
Day 9 Notes:
Six different types of graph (You should have taken notes about these five types of
graph. If you missed any, seek help from me!).
1. y is independent to x (no relationship between x & y), and its
Class 4 Notes
The lab procedure to follow:
1. Students are grouped randomly
2. When each group sit together, have someone to grab a whiteboard, a
marker, and an eraser
3. After teacher explains the lab, grab ot
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Day 7 Notes:
How to construct a graph:
1. Collect data.
2. Draw two axes, determine which axis represents which data.
3. Label your axes with reasonable titles and correct unites.
4. Carefully scale your axes, mo
6. Solve for x
7. Solve for x
8. CD is an angle bisector for BCE . Find mBCA, mACB, and mBCD .
Factor the following expressions
9. 3x 2 + 5x + 2
10. 2x 2 3x +1
11. 5x 2 + 8x + 3
Describing and Comparing Peoples Attributes
Verb to use to Describe someone
es/son- s/he is/ they are
Comparing with Adjectives
mas _ que- more _ than
menos _ que- less _ than
tanto_ como- as _ as
sino- rather
Personalidad
Inteligente/tonto(a) or estpido(
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Career Exploration
Exploring different careers can be overwhelming. There are an infinite number of different career
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Unit 1 Worksheet 2 Significant Figures
3 The zero rules for signicant gures follow:
L,¢\."\"(l) Zeros are significant when bounded by nonzero digits.
W (2) Zeros preceding the rst non-zero digit are never signicant.
If a deci
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Constant Velocity Particle Model Reading:
Motion Maps
A motion map represents the position, velocity, and acceleration of an object at various clock
readings. (At this stage of the class, you will be representing position and velocity only.)
Suppose
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Constant Velocity Particle Model Reading:
Motion Maps
A motion map represents the position, velocity, and acceleration of an object at various clock
readings. (At this stage of the class, you will be representing position and velocity only.)
Suppose
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Constant Velocity Particle Model:
Review Sheet
1. Consider the following position vs. time graph.
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a. Determine the average velocity of the object.
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