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AP Calculus AB

An interactive log for students and parents in my AP Calculus class. This ongoing dialogue is as rich as YOU make it. Visit often and post your comments freely.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

WORK DAY today!

Chapter 1 SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEMS - that's all we did.

Boring? Not at all.

It was fun and turned out to be very helpful for tomorrow's test. We divided ourselves into groups and answered the problems. Well, not all 31 problems, not even half of the whole thing, but we tried though. As for our group (xun, steve and I), the "trying" thingy only got us to #5. Hey it was hard! especially for me, i made my groupmates slow. hehehe. - my bad. (^.^)

Anyway, I learned new stuff. New ways of how to get the inverse of a function, and how to determine whether it is odd or even. So Mr. K, you don't have to worry about anything coz Mr. Tram was nice and he taught us a lot. Too much that he kind of answered some of the problems. But really, he was nice. He showed us some of his techniques too.

But the thing that i remembered the most from today's activity was when doing an equation, any kind of equation, there is always an LHS and an RHS.

- - - a LEFT HAND SIDE and a RIGHT HAND SIDE - - -

I am never going to forget that esp. the RHS. Thanks to Glenney! =)

Oh, and speaking of Glenney, YOU'Re the next SCRIBE.

So good luck you guys.

I pray to the Almighty.............. may all of us pass that test - with flying colors! ;D


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