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Text-Book Reading Strategy

Text-Book Reading Strategy

Text-Book Reading Strategy The following slides include 7 pages scanned from an 8 th -grade science text-book. Follow these simple steps to practice an easy strategy for reading text-books: 1. Read the section title.

By lotus
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Chapter 5 Integrals 5.1 Areas and Distances

Chapter 5 Integrals 5.1 Areas and Distances

Chapter 5 Integrals 5.1 Areas and Distances. In this handout: The Area problem Area under a Parabola Definition of the Area The Distance problem. y = x 2. 0. 1. The Area Problem.

By johana
(357 views)

Estimating multiplication problems

Estimating multiplication problems

Estimating multiplication problems. Please read the instructions first!!. How to play. This game is best for two or even better two pairs of players: Teams A and B:

By Mia_John
(461 views)

5.1 Estimating with Finite Sums

5.1 Estimating with Finite Sums

Photo by Vickie Kelly, 2002. Greg Kelly, Hanford High School, Richland, Washington. 5.1 Estimating with Finite Sums. Greenfield Village, Michigan. velocity. time. Consider an object moving at a constant rate of 3 ft/sec. Since rate . time = distance:.

By paul2
(142 views)

Remainder and Factor Theorem

Remainder and Factor Theorem

Remainder and Factor Theorem. (1) Intro to Polynomials -degree -identities -division (long, short, synthetic). (2) Remainder Theorem -finding remainders -special case  Factor Theorem -factorise & solve cubic equations. Terms. Degree. Coefficient. Constant. Value.

By addison
(249 views)

Simultaneous equations

Simultaneous equations

Simultaneous equations. Yes, I know we’ve done this but you were a little ropey last week. 4 ways of solving them. Pros If you guess well, then easy to solve. Cons Hard to show your working. Only works for really simple ones. Can take a lot of time. 1 Guessing the answers. Pros

By gavin
(148 views)

Chapter 5 – Integrals

Chapter 5 – Integrals

Chapter 5 – Integrals. 5.1 Areas and Distances. Inscribed Rectangles. Inscribed rectangles are all below the curve:. Circumscribed rectangles are all above the curve:. Circumscribed Rectangles. velocity. time. Consider an object moving at a constant rate of 3 ft/sec.

By iram
(112 views)

PC MODTRAN Tutorial

PC MODTRAN Tutorial

PC MODTRAN Tutorial. How to make an atmospheric model in 47 easy steps. Find MODTRAN and start it. The PcModwin 4.0 icon should be on the desktop, and you double click on it to get. Configure model input data. Select Modtran Input-> Model Atmosphere (1). Model atmosphere parameters.

By caitir
(352 views)

Common Core State Standards: The Wisconsin State Standards

Common Core State Standards: The Wisconsin State Standards

Common Core State Standards: The Wisconsin State Standards. Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, Grades 6-8 January 31, 2011. Learning Intentions. We are learning to: recognize the first of the Standards for Mathematical Practice within a chosen Content Standard.

By annette
(148 views)

Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs . By: Angel Peralta. Objective. To gain an understanding of what life was like for dinosaurs. Learn about the most dominant dinosaur. To learn how and why dinosaurs do not exist today. Question? Why do you think we are learning about dinosaurs?. Overview of Dinosaurs.

By snow
(314 views)

Playing Konane Mathematically with Combinatorial Game Theory

Playing Konane Mathematically with Combinatorial Game Theory

Playing Konane Mathematically with Combinatorial Game Theory. Michael Ernst MIT Lab for Computer Science 6.370 MIT IEEE Programming Contest January 17, 2001. What is a game?. Simplified game tree. Fully simplified game tree. Questions about a game. Who wins? By how much?

By elsie
(120 views)

Some Common Preconceptions About Mathematics

Some Common Preconceptions About Mathematics

Some Common Preconceptions About Mathematics. Some Math Preconceptions Discussed in “How Students Learn: History, Mathematics, and Science in the Classroom”. Why are associations with mathematics so negative for so many people?. Food for Thought.

By jana
(68 views)

§ 4.4

§ 4.4

§ 4.4. Solving Applied Problems Involving Proportions. Problem Solving Steps. Understand the problem. Read the problem carefully. Draw a picture if this is helpful. Fill in the Mathematics Blueprint so that you have the facts and a method of proceeding in this situation.

By brandon
(157 views)

3-1 Strategies and Procedures for Mental Computation

3-1 Strategies and Procedures for Mental Computation

3-1 Strategies and Procedures for Mental Computation. Remember to Silence Your Cell Phone and Put It In Your Bag!. Mental Computation. Mental computation is the process of finding an exact answer to a computation mentally, without pencil, paper, calculator, or any other computational aid.

By shayla
(125 views)

Estimating Surface Area

Estimating Surface Area

Estimating Surface Area. The art of math…. You can’t always get an exact answer when looking for the surface area of a complex 3-D shape We use estimation methods to get an approximate answer We will demonstrate this with a cone (even though there is a formula available).

By blythe
(89 views)

Manifest Destiny Graffiti U.S. Honors History 10

Manifest Destiny Graffiti U.S. Honors History 10

Manifest Destiny Graffiti U.S. Honors History 10. Period 1 Groups. Blue : Garland, Falan , Victoria, Germashia , Sara Green : Drew, Lydia, Rachel, Meghan, Rubi Red : Alexandra, Kevy , Lissee , Ashley, Mac Black : Kaily , Trey, Jordan, Ashlyn, Jasmine

By shani
(128 views)

Any questions on the Section 6.6 homework?

Any questions on the Section 6.6 homework?

Any questions on the Section 6.6 homework? . Please CLOSE YOUR LAPTOPS, and turn off and put away your cell phones, and get out your note-taking materials. Section 7.1. Radicals and Radical Expressions. Today’s Homework Assignment :.

By naomi
(116 views)

5.6

5.6

5.6. What If I Know the Hypotenuse? Pg. 21 Sine and Cosine Ratios. 5.6 – What If I Know the Hypotenuse? Sine and Cosine Ratios. Today you are going to explore two more trigonometric ratios that involve the hypotenuse: Sine and Cosine. Side opposite right angle, longest side.

By clove
(157 views)

Warm-Up: February 13, 2013

Warm-Up: February 13, 2013

Warm-Up: February 13, 2013. Use your RIEMANN1 program to estimate Find each of the following: Left sum = Right sum = Trapezoid sum = . Homework Questions. Trapezoidal Rule. Section 5.5. Trapezoidal Approximations.

By ketan
(120 views)

Estimating Sums

Estimating Sums

M6N1g. Solve problems involving fractions, decimals, and Percents. Estimating Sums.

By sanjiv
(129 views)

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