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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Need Some Notes?

Hello everyone. If you ever had missed any notes because of being away from class or just want some crisp clean looking notes to study from, I have them typed up with diagrams, colors, formulas, the whole shabang. The formulas have a space in between each character exept when those characters are being divided. In that case I will have the numerator and the denominators spaceless.
E.g. 8b²+2/34c + 2 , the + 2 is not part of the denominator.
If there is any errors of any kind please mention them so i can fix the problem, and any suggestions are welcome. Richard guided me through creating the links, so thanks to him. Hope this helps all of you, I'll be updating this periodically so eventually there will be a full set.

WARNING: IF YOU JUST PRINT THE NOTES AND DO NOT READ THEM YOU WILL GET NO BENEFIT OUT OF THEM. SO USE THESE WISELY AND READ THEM OVER.



Notes Set 1: Quadratic Functions


Notes Set 2:How to Write Interval Notation and Set Builder Notation


Notes Set 3:The Standard Form for the Equation of a Parabola


Notes Set 4: The Factored Form of a Parabola


Notes Set 5: The General Form for the Equation of a Parabola


Notes Set 6: Completing the Square


Notes Set 7: Completing the Square On the General Form

(On my computer these open rather funny. It opens up a window that asks for a username and password, if you get this just x it out and it gives you the page anyway.)

3 Comments:

At 9/21/2005 8:52 PM, Blogger Richy said...

Excellent Job Graeme

 
At 9/21/2005 9:10 PM, Blogger Craig K said...

Wow Graeme great Idea! And I fixed my title thx ;)

 
At 9/21/2005 10:57 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Fantastic work Graeme! I also have to commend you for your generosity in sharing your work with the world. Really outstanding job -- you took my breath away.

 

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