Introduction to Nelson Mathematics 11
Nelson Mathematics 11 is designed to help you develop your skill at solving real problems
using mathematical skills and logical reasoning. There are questions that give you a chance
to practise familiar mathematical s
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base, n is the term number, and k is the constant power of the argument when written in
exponent form.
A second method that can be used to investigate the sequences is to express each term
rationally. With the change of base method, the terms in
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If k were to be -2, and n any integer, the function f (n) =
2
would look like:
n
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Because it has now been verified that both k and n can be any integer, it can now be
k
concluded that the rational form of the n th term is
where k,
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Math IA: Portfolio
Logarithm Bases
Introduction:
11th grade students were asked to make a portfolio about logarithm bases and look
for the general term of each set of logarithms. We also have to test the validity of the
genera
Vectors
Calculators NOT Permitted
Time Allowed: 30 minutes
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Score:
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Date
Block
Section A: Answer in the space provided
1.
The diagram shows a cube, OABCDEFG where the length of each edge is 1cm. Express the
following vectors in terms of the unit v
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Logarithm Bases
Logarithms originated in the early 17th century. Mathematicians John Napier and Joost
Burgi separately published different approaches to their own respective versions of the
concept of a logarithm. Both aimed to simplify mathemat
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A more thorough investigation of the original logarithmic forms reveal that base of the
third term is the product of the base of the first term and the base of the second term:
log 4 64 , log 8 64 , log 32 64
4 8 = 32
log 7 49 , log 49 49 , log