Geometry on the TI-92

Geometry on the TI-92

Jeanina M. Butcher. Fairmont Senior High School. Geometry on the TI-92 Plus. The TI-92 Plus calculator includes a geometry program that allows you to perform operations on geometric figures. With TI-92 Plus Geometry, you can draw, move, measure, graph.

Pick S Theorem

Pick S Theorem

Pick s Theorem. Realized by A. Del Centina. Pick s theorem concerns lattice polygons or geoboard polygons , that is, polygons with all vertices at points of the integral lattice L (the set of all points in the plane with integral coordinates). This theorem.

Connectivity Analysis (Psychophysiological Interaction): Methods

Connectivity Analysis (Psychophysiological Interaction): Methods

Supplementary Material. Connectivity analysis (Psychophysiological Interaction): Methods. The seed region of the PPI analysis was based on a task by group interaction (group differences for the contrast uncued compared to cued negative minus neutral pictures.

5.1 Subject Framework

5.1 Subject Framework

PLANNING: The Subject Framework, Work Schedule and the Lesson Plan. Below are examples of documents that constitute the three levels of planning. Schools that already have these documents are not compelled to change to these. They may use these documents.

The 3 4 Rectangle Is Placed on the Graph with Point P at the Origin and Line Segment Placed

The 3 4 Rectangle Is Placed on the Graph with Point P at the Origin and Line Segment Placed

The 3 4 rectangle is placed on the graph with point P at the origin and line segment placed on the positive x-axis. What are the coordinates of point R? What is the measure of angle A? 3. Which figure appears when a coin is standing on edge and spinning in place? cone spiral circle sphere.

Probability Question

Probability Question

Probability Question. A roulette wheel has 18 red number, 18 black numbers, and 2 green numbers. If you bet on red, what is the probability of winning? What is the complement of winning more than half of 20 bets is?

Maths Literacy Paper One

Maths Literacy Paper One

MATHS LITERACY PAPER ONE. TIME: 1 HOURSMARKS: 75. Examiner: B Morgan Moderator: K.G.Pillay. INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION. This paper consists of 6 questions and 13 pages. Questions 1.1.2; 1.3.1 1.3.2 and 1.3.3 must be answered on the attached annexures.

Friday, Dec. 5Th: I Will E-Mail Take Home Final

Friday, Dec. 5Th: I Will E-Mail Take Home Final

Friday, Dec. 5th: I will e-mail take home final. Monday, Dec. 8th: Lunch, Houston Hall, 12 pm, I ll have my cell phone with me 215-850-6393 if you can t find the group. Tuesday, Dec. 9th, 5 pm: Homework 10 due. Monday, Dec. 15th, 5 pm: Take home final due.

B-201-A: Pedagogy of Mathematics

B-201-A: Pedagogy of Mathematics

B-201-A: PEDAGOGY OF MATHEMATICS. Internal Assessment: 30 marks External Assessment : 70 marks. Note: The Question paper is divided into four sections. Section-A contains Multiple Choice Objective questions of one mark each. Section-B contains Very Short.

Technology Assignment: Regression Models

Technology Assignment: Regression Models

Technology Assignment: Regression Models. In an earlier technology assignment, you created scatter plots of the number of doctors and the number of nurses in the United States from the table below. The scatter plots are shown to the right of the table.

Lesson 2: an Introduction to Geogebra (GGB)

Lesson 2: an Introduction to Geogebra (GGB)

Lesson 2: An Introduction to Geogebra (GGB). Before we introduce calculus, let s look at a brief introduction to GGB. GeoGebra (GGB) is a FREE software package that we will use throughout the semester. The program can be used as a simple calculator, and.

Strand: Number Strand Unit: Counting and Numeration

Strand: Number Strand Unit: Counting and Numeration

Strand: Early Mathematical Activities Strand unit: Classifying, Matching, Comparing, Ordering. Strand: Number Strand unit: Counting and Numeration. Strand: Number Strand unit: Comparing and Ordering. Strand: Number Strand unit: Place Value.

Notes Unit 8: Mean, Median, Standard Deviation

Notes Unit 8: Mean, Median, Standard Deviation

I. Mean and Median The MEAN is the numerical average of the data set. Notes Unit 8: Mean, Median, Standard Deviation The mean is found by adding all the values in the set, then dividing the sum by the number of values.

Chapter 4: Displaying Quantitative Data

Chapter 4: Displaying Quantitative Data

Chapter 2: Displaying Quantitative Data. All graphs should have the following. 2. Properly labeled and scaled axes. 3. Clear unbroken lines. (Truncating is the process of trimming off the unused piece of the axis. This is designated by.

Logic and Reasoning

Logic and Reasoning

Logic and Reasoning. Inductive Reasoning. Make a conjecture about the missing term in the sequence based on the given numbers. Make a conjecture based on the given statement. Segments are perpendicular. C is the midpoint of. SQUA is a square. TRI is a triangle.

1. Binomial Coefficients

1. Binomial Coefficients

1. Binomial Coefficients. The recurrence (m choose n) = (m-1 choose n-1) + (m-1 choose n) is the basis for Pascal s triangle employed in elementary algebra to display the coefficient sequences for (x + y)k. Show that this recurrence can be utilized to.