Jenna L. Portfolio Problem

constructivist challenge: http://madeiramath2.wikispaces.com/Constructivist+Challenge

Wall Wisher Screencast


Parallelogram Screencast



Winter Break Challenge


Better Geogebra 3D Screencast!!
still no words though, sorry! It's the egyptian pyramids!


Geogebra 3D Screencast
sorry that there's no words/sound, but the computer i had to do it on didn't have a working microphone. anyways, i was playing around on geogebra 3D and i came across this, which i thought was kinda cool. Basically, the equations create an X.



12-3-10 Geogebra

11-15-10 Geogebra

Sequence weekly geogebra

Center Points of Triangle

Heres the geogebra due friday 10/29. i think i got it right...

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Page 16 Number 5

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Page 16 Number10

The points are colinear

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Page Eight Number Nine

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Page 2, #9: Find both points on the line y=3 that are exactly 10 units away from the point (2, -3)
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eq=a^2+b^2=c^2
eq=a^2+b^2=c^2

eq=6^2+b^2=10^2
eq=6^2+b^2=10^2

eq=36+b^2=100
eq=36+b^2=100

eq=b^2=64
eq=b^2=64

eq=b=pm8
eq=b=pm8

so then we know to go over eight both ways on the y=3 line. you get the two points (-6,3) and (10,3)