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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Dreadful Test Blog

Today's class was pretty good. Reviewed a lot before the test, like finding the roots of a parabola from general form, then from that finding the vertex. Basically we had a little general form review on finding roots, vertex, y-intercept and such. Understanding the general form is getting a lot more clearer to me making me not rely so much on the standard form anymore to find vertexs and such. The most difficult thing for me to understand was getting information out of the general form, becuase I was used to just reading the standard form that I just wanted everything to be in standard for. But as we worked on the general form more often it became easier for me to understand it, and how to find characteristics of a parabola using both forms.

BTW Thanks Richard for the Blogger 101 =D, it helps knowing that people in class are looking out for one another when we're stuck.

1 Comments:

At 9/23/2005 8:37 PM, Blogger Richy said...

Um... Your welcome.

 

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