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Monday, November 07, 2005

sorry scribin' so late... this is for november 3 ya'll

SORRY PEEPS =).... better late that never hehe... well.

Well November 3rd's class was started off with problems on the board. Here they are, try to solve them if you weren't there. There are answers on the bottom.

SOLVE EACH SYSTEM
Questions:
1. a) a = b + 3
3a - 3b = 7

b) 3x + y = 6
7x + 5y = -2

c) 11x = 8y + 13
5x = 7y + 16

2. One number is 5 more than a smaller number. If 4 times the larger number is subtracted from 6 times the smaller number, the result is 6. Find the 2 numbers.

ANSWERS:

LET STATEMENTS: big number = b, smaller number = n

b = n + 5

6n - 4b = 6

WELCOME TO ORDERED TRIPLES.

While ordered pairs are for flat surfaces, ordered triples are for 3 dimensional surfaces.

ORDERED PAIRS: (x , y) ORDERED TRIPLES: (x , y , z)


Here are some examples:


well fellow classmates im not even sure if i explained it that well but i tried my best sorry guys about being so late my computer is so strange.

PS. mr k i got a good joke for pi day =)...

Q: What do you get if you divide the cirucmference of a jack-o-lantern by its diameter?

A: Pumpkin Pi!

2 Comments:

At 11/07/2005 8:15 PM, Blogger Richy said...

Hahahahahaha *laughs at the pie joke. Great work two. Excellent concept of the THIRD DIMENSION!!!! Hahahaha

 
At 11/07/2005 9:18 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Wow! Awesome scribe! The 3D pictures and graphs explained it way better than I did in class!

The annotated solution to the system of three equation in three unknowns is excellent.

Way to go!

-- Darn, lost another pair of socks. ;-) --

 

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