Across 1.

Another name for the solution of an equation. The common log of The multiplicative inverse. The ratio of the opposite leg to the hypotenuse.

Lines having a slope of zero. The ratio of the adjacent leg to the hypotenuse.

## Precalculus

Angle from horizontal down to the line of sight. The reciprocal of the sine. The square root of a negative number. Four times three times two times one, for example. The nth power of a. A two-term algebraic expression. Angle from horizontal up to line of sight. Set of all the input values of a function.

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Precalculus Vocab Packet Ch 5. Precalculus Vocab Packet Ch 6. Check out the Waubun High School website: www. The point is to understand.Ambigrams are typically words written in such an artistic way that when viewed upside down, they read either the same word exhibiting rotational symmetry or a completely different word. To explore, I suggest clicking the included Google link and checking out 1 any of the top search hits, or 2 clicking "Images.

A variety of ambigrams can be found in my classroom some of them that I designed myselfand I also have a couple books with more ambigrams if you're interested. My interest in origami began in 4th grade when a classmate made an origami throwing star for some of his friends but refused to give me one.

So, I stole one of his stars and took it home to figure out how to make one myself. Then out of spite I asked my mom to buy me some origami books so I could show this punk up in school.

I've since gone on the straight and narrow path of paper-folding. There must be thousands of instructional web pages out there with models of all different levels.

There is definitely a learning curve to this art form, and I enjoyed watching one of my recent students choose origami as the topic of his senior project. While it may be a bit intimidating for someone looking to get started in origami, I suggest checking out the web page of Robert Langwho is the most famous American origami artist.

The picture to the left is one of Mr. Lang's models.

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He adheres to the practice of always starting with a square or rectangular piece of paper and allowing no cutting or gluing during the creation process. Lang, who has an accomplished background in physics, uses advanced math principles and computer programming to help develop the patterns for his models. Every so often a student will forward me a video for Japanese, or Chinese, Multiplication I don't personally know how much this method is really taught in any Asian countries.

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Dependent events : Probability and combinatorics Permutations : Probability and combinatorics Combinations : Probability and combinatorics Probability using combinatorics : Probability and combinatorics. Course challenge. Get Started What are the imaginary numbers?

Learn about the imaginary unit i which is the square root of -1 and about imaginary numbers like 3i which is the square root of Community questions.

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## Visho Posted on 10:12 pm - Oct 2, 2012

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