SMK CONVENT BATU PAHAT JEB: 0017 ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 THE HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE SURVEY (HES) NAME : KUA YU CHAN I/C NO. : EXAM REGISTRATION NO: JA017K016 GROUP MEMBERS: 1) KUA YU CHAN 2) DHARSHINI A/P NEELA MEHAN 3) LIM HUI LING 4) SHEE HUI CHIEN 5) REGINA LEONG ZHI LING OBJECTIVES We students taking Additional Mathematics are required to carry out a project work while we are in Form 5.This year the Curriculum Development Division, Ministry...
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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN DARUL EHSAN, SELAYANG BARU ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 1 2013 NAME : KUMARESAN A/L K THEIVENDIRAN CLASS : 5 SCIENCE LAMBDA I/C NO : 961227-14-6315 TUTOR : PUAN ROSMAZARAH BT SULONG APPRECIATION After two weeks of struggle and hard work to complete assignment given to us by our teacher...
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PROJECT WORK 2013 ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS NAME: SYED SHAMREYL B. SYED SULAIMAN SCHOOL: S.M.K TAMAN DESA CLASS: 5 Science 3 I.C NUMBER : TEACHER: PN. KALSOM CONTENTS 1) QUESTION PAPER | | 2) OBJECTIVES | | 3) APPRECIATION | | 4) PART 1 | | 5) PART 2 | | 6) PART 3 | | 7) PART 4 | | 8) REFLECTION | | 9) CONCLUSION | | OBJECTIVES The aims of carrying out project work are : i. To apply and adapt a variety of problem solving strategies...
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Timber 2012/2013 Hsc major project folio Research Ergonomics How efficient will it be in a working environment? I have taken into consideration that I am a bit taller than other people, and after measuring all cabinets in my house they ranged from 900 mm to 950 mm and for me personally I considered them to be to small. Which is the reason I have chosen to make it to 1000mm. Design How did I come up with the design and why? Originally I started looking on the Internet and browsing...
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berbeza . The household expenditure for every family is different. a) a) Lengkapkan J adual 1 bagi perbelanjaan bulanan keluarga anda bagi tahun 2013.Complete Table 1 for your family's monthly expenditure for the year 2013. Item Item | Purata perbelanjaan bulan an bagi tahun 2013 (RM) Average Monthly Expenditure for the year 2013(to the nearest RM) | Peratus perbelanjaan bulanan Percentage of monthly expenses( kepada integer terdekat ) (%) (to the nearest %) | Makanan Food | 900 ...
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Additional Mathematics Project Work 2013 ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2013 A total of 34,826 students are expected to sit for their SPM examination in Sabah this year. In preparation for the SPM examination, all schools will conduct a series of examinations/tests. After every examination, the school examination secretary will analyze the marks for every subject to determine the average grade of the subjects and the average school grade. This data will indicate the performance of the...
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Innovating new packaging by determining the best suitable level of efficiency with the use of calculus for Trini Chocolate Delights. JABARI BOWMAN ADD MATH SBA CLASS: 5-6 SCHOOL: ST. MARY’S COLLEGE TEACHER: MR. YIP-YOUNG Problem Statement The project’s purpose is to work out the best level of production to suit the new packaging for ‘Trini Chocolate Delights ltd.’ The company’s objective is to maximize produce of their new product but minimize manufacturing cost. To fulfill this task the...
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Ruel Wallace Add Maths S.B.A Mr. Teesdale 5-8 Table of Contents Cover page……………………………………………………………………………………………1 Table of contents…………………………………………………………………………………..2 Title……………………………………………………………………………………………………...3 Problem Statement………………………………………………………………………………..4 Mathematical Formulation…………………………………………………………………….5 Problem Solution…………………………………………………………………………………..7 Application of Solution…………………………………………………………………………14 ...
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Additional Mathematics Project Work 2013 To determine obesity among students by using BMI method Name: Class: Teacher’s Name: List of Contents No. | Contents | Page | 1) | Appreciations | | 2) | Introduction | | 3) | Activity 1: Collecting Information | | 4) | Activity 2: Data Analysis | | 5) | Activity 3: Interpreting Data | | 6) | Activity 4: Further Exploration | | 7) | Activity 5: Conclusion | | 8) | Reflection | | Appreciations ...
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that, another source like internet, books, computer and all items that needed to complete this project. They also support me and encourage me to complete this task so that I will not procrastinate in doing it. Then I would like to thank to my Add Math teacher, Puan Siti Suryati Binti Hedzer for guiding me and my friend throughout this project. We had some difficulties in doing this task, but she taught us patiently until we knew what to do. Last but not least, thank you to my friends who were...
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Pedram Ghodrati Math Why do we have to learn algebra? Math is an academic subject which many students struggle to master. I remember when I was in high school, I always had a hard time understanding math. In senior year I almost dropped out of school because of the difficulty of high levels of math classes. I just read an article called, “Is Algebra Necessary?” by Andrew Hacker, an American political scientist and public intellectual. He is currently Professor Emeritus in the Department of Political...
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MATH 122 SYLLABUS Faculty Information: Name: E-mail: Office: Office Hours: Section 08 B-1-122 MAK MW 6:00 – 7:15 PM Fall 2013 Corrina Campau campauc@gvsu.edu A-1-132 MAK Phone: (616)331-2052 Tuesday, Thursday 3:45 – 4:30 PM Monday, Wednesday 3:30 - 4:30 PM Monday, Wednesday 7:15 – 8:00 PM by appointment only Prerequisite: MTH 110 (a grade of C or better is recommended) or assignment through GVSU Math Placement. You may wish to take the MTH 122 proficiency test which would allow you to...
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Reflection on Math April Thompson Math 214 March 25, 2013 Michelle Carmel Reflection on Math In my experience in this course, I was taught and also came across many different concepts of becoming a math educator. By being a math teacher, to me it means that we must know and also process the information that is giving and taught to us as well. I have heard many individuals say the math is an easy subject to teach, because everything is written out for us educators step by steps. But, what...
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value of r that minimizes this by taking the derivative, stetting it equal to 0, and solving for r. Use that to find h. You'll find that the dimensions are different from an actual soda can, but I'm sure you can think of why this is the case. THE MATH PROBLEM: The surface area of a cylindrical aluminum can is measure of how much aluminum the can requires. If the can has a radius r and a height h, its surface area A and its volume V are given by the equations: A=2(pi)r^2 + 2(pi)rh and V=...
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Math 1342 Name _______________________ Lab 1 – Chapter 1 Put the answers to the following questions on the blanks. 1. A survey regarding choices of colors of chairs in the lobby area is sent through email to all 5000 employees at a particular company. 30 people respond to the survey. a) What is the sample? (Include a number) ________________________________ b) What is the population? (Include a number) ________________________________ c) Would this sample...
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Addition Mathematics Project Work 2013 Title : Household Expenditure Survey (HES) CONTENTS NO | TITLE | PAGE | 1 | Title | 1 | 2 | Contents | 2 | 3 | Introduction | 3 | 4 | PART A i. Family Monthly Income and Its Monthly Allocation ii. Statistical Graphs iii. Mean and Standard Deviation | 44,56 | 5 | PART B i. 5 Family Monthly Income and Allocation ii. Comparison of 5 Family Monthly Income and Allocation iii. Education and Recreation Categories For Six Families...
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IB Math: Studies Statistics Portfolio: What is the relationship between the numbers of goals the top sixteen players of the FIFA world cup 2014 score with the height of the players? Due date: Friday November 23, 2013 School Name: Franklin Delano Roosevelt Course: IB Math Studies Name: Valerie Philco What is the relationship between football player’s height that is participating in FIFA and has scored more than fourteen goals...
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modern communities in highland Gautemala, in Vercruz, Oxaca, and Chiapas, Mexico. The calendar is filled with mathematics and a huge math system, but it is not exactly like the math system we use today. The math system hidden inside the Mayan Calendar is called the Vigesimal System. How does the Vigesimal System work? The numbers represent what symbols in the math system? This things have been in the question a long time we still are studying the Mayan Calendar to this day; which was made approximately...
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Math and Nursing February 9, 2013 Math and Nursing * My field of study in nursing. Nurses play a vital role in helping doctors care for patients in a variety of settings. In the field of nursing, mathematics is a crucial part of care giving. * Nurses have to use a variety of math concepts on their job everyday. Nurses must have a great knowledge of math to ensure that patients get the correct amount of medication, food and proper care...
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Math 1 Quiz # 3 Third Quarter Adding and Subtracting Polynomials July 28, 2011 Name:Von Clifford N. Opelanio Score:___________________ Yr.& Section:7-St.Therese Parent’s Signature:______________ I. Add the following polynomials: 1-2. 3-4. 5-6. = -5m + 2n ...
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of the block and pan using the platform balance. Next is to tie one end of the string to the block’s hook and the other end to the pan passing over the pulley of the plane. Next, place the narrow side of the block on top of the plane. Next, slowly add weights on the pan until you observe a uniform sliding motion of the block along the plane. Record the weights on the 3735070000data sheet then repeat it by adding smaller weights on top of the block and adjusting the weights on the pan. Make five (5)...
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the final draft, which also enshrines into law the power and privileges that the military had enjoyed under Mubarak. Egyptians organized a large protest against the presidential palace. They had slogan for Morsi, “leave, leave, leave”. in January 2013, protestants return to Tahrir Square to record their protest against Morsi as they felt. He was misusing his powers. Following a massive fuel shortage and widespread electricity blackouts, protests rage in cities across Egypt for weeks, with dozens...
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hypermarket a wholesale price of RM5.40 per bottle. The annual holding cost (based on 360 days) for the inventory is 10 percent of the capital tied up in the inventory of JUSMANGGIS. It takes about 20 minutes to place each order. Your salary and benefits add up to RM112.50 per hour. 1. Create an optimal inventory policy where no planned shortages are allowed and the lead time is zero. The optimal inventory policy shold include a) a list of assumptions, b) the quantity of an order each time, ...
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Math Anxiety Mathematics is probably one of the most important skills a student will learn. However, many will argue on practical significance of calculus in everyday life. There are people who get fearful at just the thought of taking that required math class. They worry about having to figure out problems and remembering order of operations. Not only just in the classroom but outside, problems such as having to figure out everyone’s part in a bill from lunch or dividing up partial payments for...
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What is Math Anxiety? June 5, 2012 ------------------------------------------------- What is math anxiety? Math anxiety is an intense frustration, and the fear of failing, freezing up, or forgetting what to do in the area of mathematics. Math anxiety is a lack of confidence in one’s self to do well in math and the notion of being judged, or made fun of for not doing well. Math anxiety is an emotional reaction to mathematics based on a past and unpleasant experience which has damaged a student’s...
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“Memorizing math facts is the most important step to understanding math. Math facts are the building blocks to all other math concepts and memorizing makes them readily available” (EHow Contributor, 2011). To clarify, a math fact is basic base-10 calculation of single digit numbers. Examples of basic math facts include addition and multiplication problems such as 1 + 1, 4 + 5, 3 x 5 and their opposites, 2 – 1, 9 – 4, 15/5(Marques, 2010 and Yermish, 2011). Typically, these facts are memorized at grade...
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Name : YASMIN FATIN BINTI DEAN Class : 5 BOUGAINVILLEA I/C No: 951130-08-5350 Teacher‘s Name: PUAN NAJIHAH BINTI MUSTAFFA INTRODUCTION APPRECIATION A BRIEF HISTORY OF STATISTICS PART A PART B PART C FURTHER EXPLORATION REFLECTION CONCLUSION We students taking Additional Mathematics are required to carry out a project work while we are in Form 5.This year the Curriculum Development Division, Ministry of Education has prepared four tasks for us. We are to choose and complete only ONE task based...
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INSTRUCTION DIVISION, FIRST SEMESTER 2013-2014 COURSE HANDOUT (PART-II) Date: 03.08.2013 In addition to part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives further specific details regarding the course. Course No. : MATH C241/MATH F211 Course Title : MATHEMATICS - III Instructorincharge : M S RADHAKRISHNAN Instructors : A Ramu, M S Radhakrishnan, TSL Radhika, ...
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CURRICULUM 2013 Subject : ESP Course Design By : Name : Silmi Kaffah (11220045) Deti S. R. Novianti (11220084) Chintya Putri B. S. (11220101) Desti Putriana Lestari (11220102) Nur Qodriah (11220153) Devi Santi R. (11220163) Class : Reguler 2011 Group : A-1 Lecturer : Dasep Suprijadi, M.Pd. English Education Program STKIP SILIWANGI BANDUNG 2013 Curriculum 2013 Curriculum 2013 has been designed since the year 2012 the Ministry of...
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Certificate in Financial Maths & Modelling Syllabus Overview The Certificate in Financial Maths & Modelling provides a rigorous and integrated set of quantitative tools to understand and ex plain financial instruments, financial risk and corporate value and the fundamentally important relationship between them. The emphasis throughout is on t he practical modelling of real life problems and opportunities. Techniques such as no-arbitrage pricing, duration, convexity and portfolio analysis - including...
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sumber untuk menyiapkan folio ini dengan jayanya. Saya juga ingin merakamkan ribuan terima kasih kepada Cikgu Fatin Izni,iaitu guru mata pelajaran Sejarah saya. Hal ini kerana beliau telah banyak berjasa dalam memberikan segala bimbingan dan tunjuk ajar sepanjang saya menyiapkan folio ini. Akhir sekali,saya ingin berterima kasih kepada rakan-rakan seperjuangan saya kerana mereka telah memberikan sedikit idea secara tidak langsung kepada saya untuk memperbaiki kualiti dan mutu folio ini. Sebelum mengundur...
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TAST-0106 Math Development and Instructional Stratagies Final Classroom Strategy Assignment Danessa L. Dunphy – April 26th, 2013 2013 TAST 0106: Math Development and Instructional Strategies Final Classroom Strategy Assignment – Danessa Dunphy – April 26, 2013 ...
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Math Today When We Have Devices Luke A. Douglas Ashford University MAT222: Intermediate Algebra Instructor Robb March 3rd, 2014 Math Today When We Have Devices Some think that math has no place in the world, and I must admit that I am one of those people. I understand that we do use math everyday but in an age of technology it’s no longer needed as much as it once was; or is it? I theorize that math is still an important tool that we must remain proficient at to keep...
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Subject: Math Date of Demo: Feb 04, 2013 Topic: Measuring Capacity Level: Grade - III I. Objectives: At the end of the session, students are expected to: * Define Capacity * Know the difference of Liter (L) and millimeter (ml). * Know how to convert Liter (L) to millimeter (ml) II. Subject Matter: Measuring Capacity Reference: (1) Understanding Math Essentials 3 (pp. 357 – 360) Maria Theresa Garcia Capule Materials: III. Procedure: ...
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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards and Math Lessons In the following essay there will be four lesson plans discussed from four different websites. All of the lessons concentrate on the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards for Number Sense and Operations. The four lessons will be analyzed using the following criteria; the NCTM Standards, the use of differentiated instruction and the use of manipulative...
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times, Egypt was a very large, complex nation. The ancient Egyptians did many things, but did they use Math? There are several evidences that the Egyptians, indeed used mathematics. Most of our knowledge of Egyptian math comes from two mathematical papyri: The Rhind Papyrus, and the Moscow Papyrus. These documents contain many ancient Egyptian math problems. We also know the Egyptians used math just by looking at their architecture! The Great Pyramid at Giza is an incredible feat of engineering...
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MATH 131 -------- CALCULUS I FALL 2013 Section B Lectures: MWF 10:00 – 11:20 in Comp/Math 100C Instructor: Dr. Christopher Catone Office: Comp/Math 119 Phone: (610) 921-7850 E-mail: ccatone@alb.edu Office Hours: M3:30-5:30, W5-6 and by appointment. Tentative Exam Dates: • 20 Sept (in class) Covers: Chapter 1 • 11 Oct (in class) Covers: Chapter 2 • 8 Nov (in class) Covers: Chapter 3 • Final Exam: 9-13 Dec (cumulative) ...
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were the scopes and limitations that applied to my own general statements. Now how I arrived at both these general statements. For the first general statement I took in the patterns, how everything fit in together. But the second one took a bit more math and a little less pattern. I knew what my outcome was and I knew one restriction. I created the formula to fit and satisfy the conditions of one set of calculations and continued experimenting if the same equation would fit other sets of calculations...
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1-20-13 Essay #1- math and me When I first learned about math I was nervous I thought I wouldn’t learn how to do it or be good at it or maybe not be able to keep up with the others. When I finally started doing it I realized I was actually pretty good at it so I kept practicing and learning new things and then third grade came and we had to do multiplication and times tables, I wasn’t thrilled. I didn’t quite get it at first and took me a while to get the hang of it. I just remember doing mad minutes...
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Alhamdulillah to Allah for giving me the strength and health to do this project work. Also, I would like to say thanks to my Additional Mathematics teacher, Puan Intan Ros Elyza Binti Zainol Abidin for helping me by giving the rubrics and guidelines for this folio. Not forgotten my parents for providing everything such as money to buy anything that are related to this project work and their advice which is the most needed for this project such as internet, books and computers. They also supported me an encouraged...
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Math Facts & Trivias 1. The value of zero was first used by the ancient Indian mathematician Aryabhata. 2. The implicit curve equation (x2+y2-1)3-x2y3=0 produces the heart shape. 3. The Reuleaux Triangle is a shape of constant width other than a circle. 4. If each count were a second long, it would take about 12 days to count to a million and about 32 years...
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Objektif 4.0 5.0 Perakuan Calon Tentang Ketulenan Tugasan Projek Kertas 3472/2 Saya memperakui bahawa Tugasan Projek yang dikemukakan untuk memenuhi syarat Peperiksaan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia 2013 bagi mata pelajaran Matematik Tambahan 3472/2 adalah tulen. Tandatangan Calon : Nama Calon : No. Kad Pengenalan : Angka Giliran Calon : APPERECIATION PENGHARGAAN ...
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Have you ever ridden on a rollercoaster and felt your heart drop as you were going downhill? Have you asked yourself how getting these feelings were possible? The answer is math. You may ask what math has to do with rollercoasters. Math is the reason for everything and anything that has to do with rollercoasters. Without math, it would be impossible to even be able to create one. To build a rollercoaster you need to be able to use numbers when talking about the costs, taking measurements, calculating...
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Year 11 Mathematics Financial Maths Year 11 Mathematics Financial Maths Fiona Pulea Fiona Pulea TASK 1: Finding your ideal car (Level 1) (KD1, 2, CD1, MD1) Imagine you are an eighteen year old who has just finished school and would like to purchase your first car. Select the make and model of a second hand car which is less than six years old, that you would like to own. (Be reasonable!) You can obtain car prices from a website such as: * http://www.redbookasiapacific.com/au/ ...
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offers a tasty way to practice math skills, such as fractions and ratios, in a real-world context. Many steps of baking a cake, such as counting ingredients and setting the oven timer, provide basic math practice for young children. Older children and teenagers can use more sophisticated math to solve baking dilemmas, such as how to make a cake recipe larger or smaller or how to determine what size slices you should cut. Practicing math while baking not only improves your math skills, it helps you become...
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Cumulative Frequency Tables The cumulative frequency is obtained by adding up the frequencies presented as you go along to give a ‘running total’. In a cumulative frequency table, the values are presented so as to give a clear visual of how the data will add up to give the total frequency. However, the quartiles cannot be determined from a grouped cumulative frequency table. TABLE 5 : CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY TABLE SHOWING THE TIMES TAKEN TO ACHIEVE KNOCKDOWN OF INSECTS USING A COMMERCIAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE...
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Title of Project An investigation into a quadratic expression used to represent a parabolic edge in designing a flower garden utilizing calculus to determine the maximum area of the lawn Purpose of the Project Mr. Jack is an avid gardener and he is considering a new design for his garden. He has a rectangular lawn measuring 5 metres by 3 metres and wants to dig up part of it to include a flower bed. He desires to have a parabolic edge for the flower bed as shown below in Figure 1. ...
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America ranks thirty-second in math. It is because students fail to see the benefits of math. The average scholar is more interested in extracurricular activities. While these activities are enjoyable and can be educational, we must not stray away from the core subjects. Out of the core subjects’ math ranks supreme in most aspects. Math can be cumbersome at times, yet it allows for a more enjoyable job and life. When it comes to school subjects, Math is the superior choice since...
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vectors and their geometric representations. or xi + yj; x, y ∈ Ρ; 2. define equal vectors; 3. add and subtract vectors; 4. multiply a vector by a scalar quantity; 5. derive and use unit vectors; Unit vectors. 6. find displacement vectors; Position ...
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PROJECT WORK FOR ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS 2012 POLYGONS IN OUR LIFE Name: Class: Teacher: I/C number: CONTENT |No. |Title |Pages | |1 |Objectives | | |2 |Introduction ...
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Math is an essential asset in the business world. Without mathematics businesses wouldn't be able to operate effectively. In order to run a restaurant math plays an important role in a lot of different areas. For instance the items on the menu may change due to the way it sells. Bookkeeping and math allow you to both figures out what items are profitable and what items are selling. The business world revolves around math, from profit and loss statements, to graphs, to taxes. Everything in...
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Math is not my best subject. I would go as far to say that at times, I HATE MATH. Don't get me wrong, I use math every day. At work, I have to turn fractions into decimals. I can figure out my change at the store. I am even getting through this Stats class. I just wish I knew exactly why I don't like math. It might be because it seems like such a foreign language to me. I can remember when I started learning math. I used to sit in my class and use my chisel and rock slate to carve the numbers...
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what is 1+1 and your answer, or course, is going to be 2. But what if God responded to that elementary question with the answer of 3? Would you question it? Or would you take His answer as-is because He is all knowing? I am going to explore through math whether or not we, as Christians, it is wrong to question God. A bible verse that immediately comes to mind on the subject of the impossible is when Jesus feeds the five thousand. 13 When Jesus heard what had happened, he withdrew by boat privately...
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Gibson Math 095 24 November 2010 Do we really need Math when we grow up? When I was growing up, I really did not care for math. At a young age I realized that I must study and practice all the time to truly understand math. Math is a tricky subject like that, if you do not practice it all the time you tend to forget it. I also asked myself one day, ‘Do we really need to have a good foundation of math, and will we need it when we grow up?” When we are older adults, are we going to need Math knowledge...
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KERJA PROJEK MATEMATIK TAMBAHAN 2013 QUESTION 1 Introduction A. Population Ecology Population ecology refers to the study of population size and factors influencing it. Population size in a habitat is dynamic and depends on birth rate, mortality rate, immigration, emigration and suitable abiotic conditions such as food supply. Bad climate, congestion, competition, predators and parasitism will downsize the population. Aim The aim of this project work is to investigate the growth of Mimosa...
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MIchael Driesen Mrs. Rozell Math 10H 17 December 2011 Vectors Math is everywhere. No matter which way you look at it, it’s there. It is especially present in science. Most people don’t notice it, they have to look closer to find out what it is really made of. A component in math that is very prominent in science is the vector. What is a vector? A vector is a geometric object that has both a magnitude and a direction. A good example of a vector is wind. 30 MPH north. It has both magnitude,(in...
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Introduction Obesity can lead to various health problems. My school has decided to carry out a “Healthy Lifestyle Campaign” with the aim to create awareness among students about obesity-related health problems. The Body Mass Index (BMI) gives an indication of the physical state of person as being underweight, normal, overweight or obese. BMI can be calculated by using the following formula: BMI = History Body Mass Index (BMI) The body mass index (BMI), or Quetelet...
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Amount P =Principal R =Rate T =Time M =Maturity Value P =Principal I =Interest R =Rate T =Time ₱8700.00 at 3.25% for 3 years I =PRT I =(8700) (0.0325)(3) I = ₱848.25 http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/simple_interest.asp Math Of Investment (Calculator-Based) by Zorilla, Partible, Esller, Mendoza, Bansa, Apuyan B. Discount Interest Method The interest rate charged to commercial banks and other depository institutions for loans received from the Federal Reserve Bank’s...
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Standard Math Sample Questions (MATH 500): Fractions, decimals, and percents 1. Write 4.035 as an equivalent percent (%). A. 403.5% B. 40.35% C. 4.035% D. 0.4035% 2. Convert 0.00375% to an equivalent decimal. A. 0.000375 B. 3.75 C. 0.0000375 D. 0.375 3. Write 2.35% as an equivalent fraction. (Make sure fraction is reduced to lowest terms.) A. 27100 B. 472,000 C. 47200 D. 472,000 4. Convert the fraction 1574 to an equivalent percent (%). A. 0.2027% B. 0.001574% C. 0.20%...
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