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in Real Life
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the relations of the sides and angles of triangles and with
the relevant functions of any angles. Without
trigonometry, many industries and sciences would simply not
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CELL Review Sheet
The Cell Theory:
*A well-supported body of knowledge that includes contributions from many scientists over a long period of time
*Made possible by the invention of the microscope
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20. The height in feet of a rocket after x seconds is given by y = 128x - 16x 2. What is the maximum height
reached by the rocket and how long does it take to reach that height?
21. Last year the yearbook at Central High cost
Review for the Test # 3
21. The equation for the cost of manufacturing lawn mowers is y = 0.008x 2 - 0.04x + 75 . What number of
lawn mowers should be produced to minimize costs?
22. With 100 feet of fence, what are the dimensions of the corral of largest
Entry #7
Chapter 7
You Cant Say That on the Internet
Do You Know Where Your Child Is on the Web Tonight? 229-231
Metaphors for Something Unlike Anything Else 231-234
Every day more and more children use the Internet and social networks. However, this
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Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 9
28 November 2016
The topic Ill be going over in my investigation is one that is based off of the topic of
geometry, more specifically: polygons. My investigation about this topic is to find a pattern in
the formulas
Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 7
4 November 2016
Tic-Tac-Toe: More Than Just A Game
I.
Statement of the Research Question
It is something that some, probably most, children and teenagers and even adult has
pondered over at some point in their lives
Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 8
20 November 2016
Proposal I: Is there a pattern in the formulas for regular polygons?
I remember in 8th grade, I tried to combat this question, but sadly I lost the drive to further
do my investigation. Geometry wil
Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 10
4 December 2016
Using Trigonometry to Figure Out the Trends in Regular
Polygons
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
Research Question
When given the formulas of regular polygons, such as pentagons and
hexagons, is there a possible
Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 6
27 October 2016
The problem that Ill be researching is based off of a very simple and fun game: Tic-TacToe. A typical problem, which is the one that Im examining, based off the game, what is the best
strategy to win
Shafia Langford
Math Research
Writing 3
25 September 2016
Problems that are fun to do are arithmetic problems. They are easy, they are simple and
that is what makes them fun to do. But what if, if there was a twist to these problems? If there
was somethin
Shafia Langford
AP Comp Sci
Python Program 4
27 November 2016
Input
num = int(input("Enter a number: ")
prime = "yes"
for i in range(2, int(num*0.5)+1):
if (num % i) = 0:
print(num, "is not a prime")
prime = "no"
break
if prime = "yes":
print(num, "is pri
#Shafia Langford
#22 September 2016
#Program 1
name = input("insert name: ")
favfood = input("insert favorite food: ")
footballteam = input("insert your football team: ")
footballnumber = int(input("insert you number on the football team: ")
birthyear = i
Database Design 3-2: ER Diagramming Conventions
Softbox: A four-sided visual element with rounded corners, used to represent an entity in an ERD
HAIR STYLIST
# Social security number
* First name
* Last name
* Address
* Phone number
* Salary
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Studyguide for the SAT Vocabulary: 192 Words You Need to Know_
The Golden Dozen
1.
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Some cell phones are designed more for their aesthetic appeal than for their functionality.
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Brooklyn Tech email
Each student gets a Brooklyn Tech email
address. Registration information is provided
at the beginning of the school year.
Tech email is the primary mode of
communication to students and should be
checked regularly. Students have the o