Math Ia Gold Medal Heights Olympic Games Essays and Term Papers

  • Gold Medal Heights Math Ia

    II) Gold Medal Heights By: Petrel Liu Olympic game is a sport even that held internationally once every 4 years, different country will have athletes gather around in one place to compete each other in a specific sport. The purpose of this math portfolio is to consider the winning heights for the...

      3754 Words | 12 Pages   Linear equation, Quadratic function, Linear function (calculus), Curve fitting

  • Ib Maths Sl Ia Gold Medal Heights

    Gold Medalist Heights IB Mathematics SL Type 2 Portfolio Sarah van der Post 2/4/12 1 Contents Page Introduction Considering Data -Heights of Olympic Games 1932 - 1980 Linear Model Natural Logarithm Model Estimating and Predicting Considering Additional Data - 1896 - 2008 Cubic Model Gaussian...

      2241 Words | 7 Pages   Logarithm, Accuracy and precision, Linear regression, Logarithmic scale

  • Ib Maths Sl Ia Gold Medal Heights 3

    IB SL, Type 2 Math Internal Gold Medal Heights The aim of this task is to consider the winning height for the men’s high jump in the Olympic Games and derive an equation that would show the trend of winning heights from 1932-1980. The table below (Table 1) shows the height (in centimeters) of the...

      2578 Words | 14 Pages   Logarithm, Linear equation, Logarithmic scale

  • Math Internal Assessment Gold Medal Heights

    Gold Medal Heights The heights achieved by gold medalists in the high jump have been recorded starting from the 1932 Olympics to the 1980 Olympics. The table below shows the Year in row 1 and the Height in centimeters in row 2 Year | 1932 | 1936 | 1948 | 1952 | 1956 | 1960 | 1964 | 1968 | 1972...

      1231 Words | 7 Pages   Linear equation, Quadratic equation, Linear function (calculus)

  • Gold Medal Height

    Ben Cosh George Reuter IB Math 20 January 2013 Gold Medal Heights   Introduction: a) The Olympic Games is an international event featuring summer and winter sports, in which athletes participate in different competitions. Since the Olympic Games began they have been the competition grounds...

      1799 Words | 7 Pages   Linear equation, Quadratic equation, Linear function (calculus), Regression analysis

  • Gold Medal Heights

    CIRCLES AIM: The aim of this task is to investigate positions of points in the intersecting circles INTRODUCTION The diagram below shows a circle (C1) whose radius is r and centre O and P any point on horizontal axis . Fig 1 In the above diagram, r is the distance between the centre (O) of the...

      1183 Words | 6 Pages   Fraction (mathematics), Triangle

  • Gold Medal Heights

    Gold Medal Heights Introduction: The high jump has and always will be a sport of the Olympics. Athletes of the high jump push themselves harder and harder to achieve their best, physically possible jump height in preparation for competing in the Olympic games. With the use of the best–fit graph...

      1382 Words | 7 Pages   Linear function (calculus)

  • Sl Math Ia Olympics

    Winning Heights in the Men’s Olympic High Jumps Introduction: The Olympics are an international sporting event that is held every four years where people from around the world send their best athletes to compete and see who the best of the best is when it comes to sports. The Olympics date back to...

      1372 Words | 4 Pages   Linear equation, Track and field

  • Mathematics Type Ii - Gold Medal Heights

    Gold Medal Heights Mathematics IA Type 2 MTA111A Mr Simpson Juno Kim The assignment task is to consider the winning heights for the men’s high jump in the Olympic Games. The Olympic Games are a sporting event that originated in Greece. It is now one of the world’s biggest international sporting...

      2275 Words | 8 Pages   Quadratic function, Linear equation, Linear function (calculus), Linear regression

  • What Should India Do to Win 20 Gold Medals in the 2016 Olympics?

    What should India do to win 20 gold medals in the  2016 Olympics?        What should India do to win 20 gold medals in the 2016 Olympics? It is a known fact that we Indians have not won many Olympic medals. The western countries namely UK,  USA, France etc, are the dominant countries in the Olympic records. For India the number of medals is ...

      546 Words | 1 Pages  

  • The Gold Medal

    G Ms. Creamer November 18, 2013 The Gold Medal The date is seventeen April two thousand twelve. The day is warm and sunny, a perfect day for a swimmer. The pool is blue and crystal clear, devoid of dirt and impurities. Why should it not be? It is the Olympic Swimming Pool of New Delhi. I look around...

      1372 Words | 5 Pages  

  • Emma's Gold Medal in Meddling

    Brianna L 16 October 2013 Emma’s Gold Medal in Meddling Art and literature played an important role in the 1800’s. This time period was home to the Romantic Movement. This movement’s central theme was that the human race can be perfected. Jane Austen played an important role in this era with her...

      1756 Words | 5 Pages   Emma Woodhouse, Emma (novel), George Knightley, Pride and Prejudice

  • Gold Medal Crumpettes

    Foods generated a current annual sales level of $12 million and has been a recent entrant into the bakery products market. Their specialty product is Gold Medal Crumpettes which is targeted as a high priced and high quality biscuit. Problem Since Lucas Foods is a new entrant in the bakery products market...

      2195 Words | 11 Pages   Export, Economic growth, Inflation, Grocery store

  • Olympic Games

    The Olympic Games are an international sports festival that began in ancient Greece. The original Greek games were staged every fourth year for several hundred years, until they were abolished in the early Christian era. The revival of the Olympic Games took place in 1896, and since then they have been...

      1136 Words | 4 Pages   Ancient Olympic Games, Pierre de Coubertin, Pentathlon, 1896 Summer Olympics

  • The Olympic Games

    Olympic Games The most important thing at the Olympic Games is not to win, but to take part, just as the important thing about life is not to conquer but to struggle well. The words spoken by Pierre de Coubertin, father of the Modern Summer Olympic Games. Baron Pierre de Coubertin may have intended...

      3164 Words | 9 Pages   Olympic Games, 1936 Summer Olympics, Apartheid, Olympic symbols

  • Maths IA

    EUROPEAN SCHOOL Mathematics Higher Level Portfolio Type 1 SHADOW FUNCTIONS Candidate Name: Emil Abrahamyan Candidate Number: 006343-021 Supervisor: Avtandil Gagnidze Session Year: 2013 May Candidate Name: Emil Abrahamyan Candidate Number: 006343-021 Mathematics Higher Level Type...

      2882 Words | 30 Pages   Quadratic function, Cubic function, Quadratic equation, Complex number

  • Olympic Games

    Introduction: In my previous speech about the Olympic Games, I introduced the topic and gave a brief history including the first recorded Olympics, how the International Olympic Committee was formed, and the first Winter Olympic games. In this speech, I am going to cover a little more history and some...

      547 Words | 2 Pages   Michael Phelps, Olympic symbols, 2008 Summer Olympics

  • Olympic Games

    Olympic Games have a history of about twenty eight hundred years. They were first played near Mount Olympus in Greece in 778 B.C. in honour of the Greek God Zeus. These games were held once in every four years, up to 394 A.D. when they were stopped by a royal order of the Emperor of Rome. When they...

      396 Words | 1 Pages   Olympic Games

  • Math Ia

    Name: Linh Nguyen IB Math IA 02/06/12 Part A Consider this 2× 2 system of linear equations: x + 2y = 3 2x - y = -4 We can see patterns in the constants of both equations. In the first equation, the constants are 1, 2, and 3. The common difference between the constants is 1: 3 –...

      1399 Words | 6 Pages   Linear equation, Invertible matrix, System of linear equations, Determinant

  • math ia

    Example 5: Student work Maths Exploration Newton-Raphson method Rationale- For this project I chose to research and analyse the Newton-Raphson method, where calculus is used to approximate roots. I chose this topic because it looked extremely interesting and the idea of using calculus to approximate...

      1173 Words | 8 Pages   Newton's method

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