Portfolio in Calculus (crp) Topics: Calculus, Conic section, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Greek language, Greek alphabet / Pages: 3 (567 words) / Published: Sep 27th, 2014

Portfolio in Calculus

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Sir Ferdinand Corpuz

Journal for the Month of June

WHAT I LEARNED? I learned many things this month. It was good that our teacher repeated the topics in basic math to strengthen our foundation. Even if we had a hard time, I don’t see any reason why we should complain because I understand that our wanted to master these topics to be able to move to a higher math. The topics tackled this month are namely:
Inequalities
Rational Inequalities
Circles
Distances
Slopes
Angles of Incidence
WHAT IS THE HARDEST TOPIC? For me, the hardest topic to master was the inequalities, which I know I should master to be able to understand the next topics.
HOW DID I LEARN?
I reviewed my wrong answers in our summative tests because I don’t want to be left behind with the topics.
REFLECTION
When Sir Corpuz said that we are going to have a double program in Math, I was excited because we are not just advancing but are reviewing in the same time.
APPLICATION TO LIFE A lot of advance technologies are product of such very simple concepts in math as long as it is utilized in a very good way. For example the distance formula, this is not just used in Math but also in Physics, Science and many other fields.

Journal for the Month of July

WHAT I LEARNED? This month, I learned that there are also ‘other’ versions of circles. Namely:
Parabola
Ellipse
Hyperbola
WHAT IS THE HARDEST TOPIC?
For me there was no hard topic because I make sure that I made an effort in understanding the topics before the day ended.
HOW I LEARNED?
I made sure that I master these topics before there was a summative test conducted. I even created my own mnemonics just to make sure that I wouldn’t forget the strategies taught by our teacher.
REFLECTION
For the
APPLICATION TO LIFE
These topics helped me a lot about the question marks in my head. It made me good on finding equations,