In this lesson we introduce the use of the Quadratic Formula for solving for the zeroes of a quadratic. Comparisons are made to use of Completing the Square. Applied and simplified radical expressions are practiced. You can download a copy of the worksheet used in this lesson and homework set by clicking on:
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We derive from first principles the main laws of rational trigonometry, using the concepts of quadrance and spread to replace the usual distance and angle. Most everything works out much simpler. A screenshot PDF which includes WildTrig1 to 35 can be found at my WildEgg website here: http://www.wildegg.com/store/p114/product-wild-trig-A-screenshot-pdf
This physics video tutorial provides a basic introduction into position time graphs, velocity time graphs and acceleration time graphs – graphical analysis of linear motion. The slope of a position-time graph is equivalent to the velocity and the slope of a velocity-time graph is the acceleration. The area under the curve for a velocity-time graph…