# Physics and mathematics

## Collection by JOE CHUA INTERNET MARKETING SERVICE互联网营销服务

457
Pins
•
1.62k
Followers

These formulas were used many times throughout the first semester

Help your students see the connections between the inequality symbols, the choice of open/closed points on a number-line, and the choice of soft/hard brackets in the interval notation. I encourage you to use the color-coded version so your students can ask themselves, "Can I include this point?" Green="yes, include", and red="no, exclude." The color-coding follows "stoplight logic" that even your students who struggle the most most understand.

Online High School Franchise #YourOwnVirtualSchoolin30 days

O tamanho está proporcional a o tamanho de uma folha de ofício. para imprimir melhór, copiem para uma página do "WORD" e depois diminuam o quanto desejarem, OBS: se a folha ficar com a metade do tamanho original "esse que eu fiz" ainda é possível ser lido por vistas humanas sém problemas, se diminuirem menór que 9,5cm de largura, e conseguirem ler. você tém olho biônico. Falow!"

card logaritmos

MCAT & ECAT-Physics-Formulas-page-001

Trigonometric ratios of allied angles charts

Linearizing and analyzing graphs are tricky skills for students to pick up when doing physics. I enjoyed the discussion of a poster created by Paul Jebb, on the Modeling Physics listserve, but I w…

Square and Square Root Table Numbers 1 Through 30...

Exponent Rules. What are the main exponent rules? #exponentrules #exponentialfunctions #exponential #exponentrules #algebra #math #mathematics #diplomamath #ONLINESCHOOL #ONLINECOURSES #ONLINEHIGHSCHOOL #AHSROCKS #AMERICANHIGHSCHOOL #AMERICANONLINEHIGHSCHOOL

Ever get stuck with fractions? Do you need help in figuring out a half or quarter or third? This will help you understand and convert fractions into decimals or percentage. Ever get stuck on percentages? Do you need help in figuring out 50%, 25% or 75%? This will help you understand and convert percentages to decimals or fractions. Ever get stuck on decimals? DO you need help in firuring out 0.5, 0.25 or 0.75? This will help you understand and convert decimals to percent or fractions

how to derive and memorize the trigonometric ratios of the special angles, how to use the trig ratios of the special angles to find exact values of expressions involving sine, cosine and tangent values of 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees, How to find sin, cos, tan, cot, csc, and sec of the special angles, and multiples of 90, How to remember special angles, Grade 9 math, with video lessons, examples and step-by-step solutions.

Great algebraic fractions example sheet. P.S. Couldn't find the source and don't have QR reader (weird, I know!), sorry about that...