Sunday, November 20, 2005

Are you studying???

Hey Jellybeans,
Here's a study tool to help you prepare for the polynomial test on Wednesday...yes, you have a test on Wednesday.

Create 3 questions that you think I might ask on the test. (Try to be tricky and stump your friends). Post those questions on the blog and let your classmates try to answer them in the comment box. On Tuesday, you can edit your post and show the solutions to your questions. I will award 2 bonus marks on this test for each original question, and accurate solution that are posted. (Maximum of 6 bonus marks on this test)

Here are some practise questions to get you started.

1. Using the diagram, explain how the algetiles represent the process of subtracting polynomials.

2. Find the area of the diagram to the left. <---

Feeling confident...feeling smart...up for the next challenge...

3. Find the perimeter of the same figure (Hint: you will need to find out the lengths of the 2 missing sides - if you get stuck, try doing the same problem using natural numbers and then use that problem solving technique with the polynomials.)

Good Luck and have fun studying with one another :^)


At 7:55 PM, Blogger Ryan R.(rayan) said...

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At 11:08 PM, Blogger Ryan R.(rayan) said...

1. -3a(4a+8b)+5(8a+5b-10)

2. A number that is multiplied by six, but shared equally with four people.

3. (4x)(5y)-9x(7x-8y) x=5,y=2



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