I know it is a little long, but it gets much better in the last 2-3 minutes, also around 6:20-6:45.

Problem for Friday 12/3/10

Problem for Tuesday 11/23/010

Sequence Problem

In this problem I used the Sequence command to create a circle and then the sequence shows the value of varible*radius where the varible is between .01 and 1, the
slider adjusts the radius of the original circle

Problem for Friday 11/5/10

Alex C

For my equation I had a car driving to school along the line y=42, the car had to stop at an intersection that follows the equation math x+3x+x*sqrt{10} math
To find the intersection point I set the equations equal to each other. I also created this applet with the added effect of time:

Problem #7 was the problem that had the two railroad lines each rising by .004 percent and we had to find how much of a height difference there would be between
the ground and the rails at the meeting point of both the rails. Problem #7 on page 1:

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Introduction
The Spiderman Problem
Geogebra Challenge
Problem #4, Page 44
Problem for 1/28/11
Problem for 1/14/11
Winter Break Problem
Screen Cast Problem
Problem for Friday 12/3/10
Problem for Tuesday 11/23/010
Sequence Problem
Problem for Friday 11/5/10
Alex C
Problem for Friday*
Problem #7
The Map of The World©
Drag Testable Point:
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The Portfolio Problem of Alex## Table of Contents

## Introduction

This is my Page, the page of Alex!## The Spiderman Problem

## Geogebra Challenge

Exterior Angle Theorum## Problem #4, Page 44

## Problem for 1/28/11

## Problem for 1/14/11

## Winter Break Problem

## Screen Cast Problem

I know it is a little long, but it gets much better in the last 2-3 minutes, also around 6:20-6:45.## Problem for Friday 12/3/10

## Problem for Tuesday 11/23/010

## Sequence Problem

In this problem I used the Sequence command to create a circle and then the sequence shows the value of varible*radius where the varible is between .01 and 1, the

slider adjusts the radius of the original circle

## Problem for Friday 11/5/10

## Alex C

For my equation I had a car driving to school along the line y=42, the car had to stop at an intersection that follows the equation math x+3x+x*sqrt{10} mathTo find the intersection point I set the equations equal to each other. I also created this applet with the added effect of time:

Created with GeoGebra

## Problem for Friday*

*Not really sure what else to call it.

## Problem #7

Problem #7 was the problem that had the two railroad lines each rising by .004 percent and we had to find how much of a height difference there would be betweenthe ground and the rails at the meeting point of both the rails.

Problem #7 on page 1:

## The Map of The World©

Place of the Time period until I change it: The Vatican

Previous Places;

Red Square

Stonehenge

## Drag Testable Point:

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