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DAY 1: 25 May


I have found this topic very interesting and enriching as I did not know how to do such problems in the past, and faced a few obstacles while doing such questions in the past. However, I have learnt much more and realised that I am able to solve these problems now. Although I may have had some obstacles while on the path to finishing this exercise, these problems have been solved since I managed to get the help of my classmates. In my opinion, this is a very interesting way to learn math efficiently, however, what this learning exercise lacks is a platform for classmates or schoolmates to comment or aid another student in his learning experience. With this, the student is not the only one who benefits but the helper as well, as he is able to put into use what he has learnt and even aid others in trying to grasp the concept of the topic.
DAY 2: 26 May

Type a 100-word reflection for today's lesson and comment on your work.

Submission of Designs:
Design 1
(LONDON 2010)

Design 2
("RU4")

Design 3
(SYRINGE)

Design 3 (Optional)
(BOAT)
2P107_LONDON.JPG
DESIGN 1
LONDON OLYMPICS

WINDOW SETTINGS
Xmin = -14
Xmax = 14
Ymin = -7
Ymax = 7

EQUATIONS
Y1 =2 + sqrt(16-(x+9)^2)
Y2 =
2 - sqrt(16-(x+9)^2)
Y3 =2+sqrt(16-(x-0)^2)
Y4 =
2-sqrt(16-(x-0)^2)
Y5 =2+sqrt(16-(x-9)^2)
Y6 =2-sqrt(16-(x-9)^2)
Y7 =-2 + sqrt(16-(x+4.5)^2)
Y8 =
-2 - sqrt(16-(x+4.5)^2)
Y9 =-2 + sqrt(16-(x-4.5)^2)
Y10 =
-2 - sqrt(16-(x-4.5)^2)

2P107_Half_life.JPG
DESIGN 2
HALF-LIFE LOGO

WINDOW SETTINGS
Xmin = 0
Xmax = 6
Ymin = 0
Ymax = 6

EQUATIONS
y1= 3 + sqrt(9-(x-3)^2)
y2= 3 - sqrt(9-(x-3)^2)
y3= 7 - x/(2 <= X)/(x<=4.5)
y4= 2/3 *(2x-0.5)/(2-X)/(x<=3.1)
2P107_Syringe.JPG
DESIGN 3
SYRINGE

WINDOW SETTINGS
Xmin = 0
Xmax = 6
Ymin = 0
Ymax = 6

EQUATIONS (1)
y1= 2/(1<=x)/(x<=5)
y2= 1.5/(1<=x)/(x<=5)
y3= -1.5x + 3.5/(0.5<=X)/(x<=1)
y4= 1.5x/(0.5<=X)/(x<=1)
y5= -.25x + 3.25/(5<=X)/(x<=5.75)
y6= .25x + .25/(5<=X)/(x<=5.75)

EQUATIONS (2)

y1= 1.75+(1.56-(x-3.75)^2)^1/2 /(2.19<=X)/(X<=3.75)
y2= 1.75-(1.56-(x-3.75)^2)^1/2 /(2.19<=X)/(X<=3.75)
y3= 1.75+(1.1-(x-3.75)^2)^1/2 /(2.65<=X)/(X<=3.75)
y4= 1.75-(1.56-(x-3.75)^2)^1/2 /(2.65<=X)/(X<=3.75)
y5= 1.75+(1.56-(x-2.5)^2)^1/2 /(0.94<=X)/(X<=2.5)
y6= 1.75-(1.56-(x-2.5)^2)^1/2 /(0.9<=X)/(X<=2.5)
y7= 1.75+(1.1-(x-2.5)^2)^1/2 /(1.4<=X)/(X<=2.5)
y8= 1.75-(1.1-(x-2.5)^2)^1/2 /(1.35<=X)/(X<=2.5)
y4= 1.75+(1.56-(x-3.75)^2)^1/2 /(2.65<=X)/(X<=3.75)
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REFLECTIONS
This is a very enriching experience for me. The graphing calculator is indeed amazing. It is able to come up with such brilliant designs even though it is just a calculator. However, trying to form the graphs was a very trying experience for me. Although the dateline has been extended, I had one day less to do it as I had to attend a competition, resulting in the fact that I had to rush it out, Doing so took a lot of effort and I even had to ask for my friends' assistance in trying to come up with the designs. Without his coaching and guidance, I would not have been able to form the graphs to make the design. Although, very trying, I managed to learn much from the exercise and I believe that I can do more in the future if needed to.