Mark on Last Test / Max Edits Allowed
> 90 / 1
80-89 / 2 (1 bonus mark)
70-79 / 3 (2 bonus marks)
60-69 / 4 (3 bonus marks)
50-59 / 5 (4 bonus marks)
40-49 / 6 (5 bonus marks)
30-39 / 7 (6 bonus marks)
20-29 / 8 (7 bonus marks)
10-19 / 9 (8 bonus marks)
0-9 / 10 (9 bonus marks)
Today was so easy. I think it was easy after trying a couple of questions. I think the knew project is easy to. I don't know anything else to say, besides that it was easy. Today in math we went to the computer lab and worked.
Math class was pretty good i finally sat on the other side and it's way better for some reason? well summarized the candy contest and drew images of it. Did a worksheet and we had to arrange different statements on whether it was a census or an example, that's pretty much all we did.
Today in class we went into groups of four. we played the dictation game. we answered the amount of the populations on the smaller sheet which is the survey census...... well anyways as i was saying, you have to cut that up and than paste onto the dication paper. If you weren't finish than that becomes homework for tonight. Oh, we also worked on the yellow sheet.. which is the candy conject? well you know....the sheet that the class was working on last friday. today you had to illustrate the right side of the sheet of paper. and yeah...... we were dismissed at 3:20 today.....well anyways.............i guess that's that. oh and btw, don't forget to get your agendas signed....lol. k.........done.
why i win because think of the jar and the candy like the unlike terms and like term
You are absolutely right Daureen! Way to check up on that Arvin!
Good afternoon jellybeans!
Hmm....today in class we were learning or actually playing a game about stat....ist....ic....yes statistic. And it was fun cause the first game we had to guess how many candy were in the candy jar, and at first we didn'y know the type and size of the candies, only we knew how big the jar was. So we had to make a guess. And then later some of the students received jellybeans and some m&m's and there were twice as many m&m's then jellybeans, and that was a clue. And when I saw the sizes of the candies my whole answer changed. So once Miss Nicholson showed us the jar filled with candies, and we had to submit our guess, the winner who guessed was close was Ahmad......=/.........So for the second game we just had to go walk around the class to look for definitions on the walls and write them down. It was a bit fun and hard cause you have a partner and one will run up to the definition and read and come back remember some of the sentence they had read and the other person will write it down. And onces that is done, you switch spots and the person who wrote does the running and reading, and the person who did the running now does the writing part. And that was mostly it, and I think we don't have any homework......=/
played a math board game with the two edwards, celeste, and michelle it was okay, there should be new games though. have to work on arranging my polynial unit together now
the "x" is = to 2 ok?
HEYY!!! Here r mine 3 questions...
daureen and i made a bet of one dollar on who get's the higher mark..
man that polynomial`s quiz was harder then i thought , i dont know maybe its just me but yeah . that second last question . the one with the "add 10m on one side of the square and 5m on the other" really confused me, did it confuse anyone else ?
Substitution : x = 4, y = -1, z = -5
hmmm let me see..... lets try.. x=4 y=5
1) (4m)(5n) = 6mn
Answer = 75
Did you get it right?? well i have to study NOW .. Bye
here are some questions to practice for the test ---
When Multiplying a polynomial you must use distributive properties.
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 :^)
i was soo bored on saturday night i started playing on the games posted on the s1 math site till five in the morning Hahahaha.
Well Jellybeans, you are not only teaching your classmates, but have inspired your Vice-Principal, (the one, the only, Mrs. Silva) to join the blogging community. She has been so impressed with your classroom reflections and mathematical journeys that she has started her own blog. Check it out and don't be shy to leave encouraging comments for her.
to add polynomials you need to add your like term
you want math ms. silva??
I was just done typing up some work and just when I was done I got zapped into a space ship. This green guy came up to me and said help us from the evil red man. He is slaving my planet and we have to learn polynomials if we want to live.
One day I was walking down the street, minding my own business, when all-of-a-sudden this tiny green monkey jumped out from behind a dumpster. At first I thought the monkey was really sick, but then he began to speak. He said "Earthling, my name is Juju, I come from the planet of monkey math." Right away I figured that either this was an alien I was seeing, or I was sleeping. So I pinched myslef and sure enough, I was awake talking to a space monkey. So I said to him "Greetings monkey, my name is Jason. What do you need from me?" Then he told me a long story of how his home planet was obsessed with mathematics, but there was only one thing they didn't know, they didn't know how to "SUBTRACT POLYNOMIALS" and I was the only living creature in the universe that knew how to. I didn't really feel like telling him, because im really lazy, but then he siad "If you tell me, I'll give you some cookies!" That ofcourse sucked me in and I told him.
Term: A polynomial term have variables to whole-number exponents; there are no square roots of exponents, no fractional powers.
Example: 4p² is a polynomial term.
4p-² is not a polynomial. This has a negative exponent!
Okay Lets Begin Math Pirates!
Example Question: (4p+6)(2+4p)
Step 1. Multiply the first digit & variable in the first term to the first digit of the second term.
Example: (4p+6)(2+4p) 4p x 2 = 8p
Step 2. Then multiply the same digit from the first term to the digit from the second term.
Example: (4p+6)(2+4p) 4 x 4 = 16
You notice that we haven't did nothing about the variable ( p). To multiply the variables correctly please read on. If you already know how please go to the next step 3.
To Multiply Variables To multiply variables it's pretty simple. If your multiplying variables that already exist and are the same imaging there is a little one on top of that certain variable such as (p¹) The little one is just to help you how many of that variable is there before we are multiplying them together. In this case it is the variable "p". To multiply the variables, in this case the variable is "p". Just add the little ones together and that is how to multiply the varibles. p¹+p¹=p². If you got variables such as (3JKL+4JKL) it should look like this (3J²K²L²). It doesn't really matter what variables you got just remember that there is a little one on top of each variable and just add the little ones together. You should get 16p²
Step 3. Take the constant number which in this case is (+6). Now take the constant from the first term and multiply the other constant from the other term.
Example: (4p+6)(2+4p) 6x2=12
Step 4. Almost Finish! Take the same constant from the first polynomial and multiply it with the number coefficient and the variable from the second polynomial.
Example: (4p+6)(2+4p) 6x4=24 and just add the variable "p" 24p
Step 5. Last Step! After doing all the multiplying, here comes the easy part you just combine any like terms and then put your answer in ascending order.
Example: 24p + 8p 24+8=32
24p+8p add the variables together p¹+p¹=p²
Your Final Answer: 32p²
There you have it! That is how you multiply polynomials! If I have missed anything please comment and ill reply soon as possible!
Hope these steps helped you how to multiply polynomials! Good Luck!! :)
Earthlings: Subtracting polynomials is the same as Adding polynomials except we have to change the subtraction sign into an addition sign.
so wa sup men so tnx miss armstrong for this membership heheheheheheh
Hello Jellybeans. I hope that everyone had a fabulous day out in the workforce and left a positive impression with future employers. I'm sure that you represented DMCI extremely well and your parents, aunts, uncles, neighbors and friends were proud to have you along side of them today.
See you on Monday,