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DAY 1: 25 May

I found today's topic new but relatively to understand thanks to the comprehensive and elaborate videos and Powerpoint slides provided. The resources managed to present the information needed in a simple, non-complex way that is easily understood and greatly helps to grasp the concepts presented today. Compared to previous topics, this topic is simpler to understand due to prior knowledge of such matters. However so, my grasp of the concept is only at a near-intermediate level, and in order to master the concept and apply it, I will have to practice with it more to get used to it.

DAY 2: 26 May

The topic today was easy to understand but to apply it was a completely different story. I was completely stunned by the homework given, with no idea how to do them. The use of the Graphic Calculator is a long and tedious process, with many problems. It was extremely annoying to have to change an equation because what you type always replaces what was originally there, like typing with 'insert' off. Also, it was also extremely tedious to keep on having to click individual buttons on the GC instead of using the keyboard itself. There were many times where I assumed my GC file was corrupted when I actually didn't click the minus sign on the GC and instead used the minus sign on my keyboard. And even then, I was confused when I realised that for negative quantities, the negative sign had to be the one on the keyboard. However, I eventually managed to complete the syringe picture, although the entire process of getting the picture out of the calculator itself and cropping it was also a challenge. While doing the others, however, I discovered the option of screenshotting in the calculator to take only the LED! :D

Submission of Designs:
Design 1
(LONDON 2010)
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Design 2
Design 3
Design 3 (Optional)

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