CABUGCABUG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
President Roxas, Capiz
Ruan Cyrrene Vallejera
Ma. Krizza Vergara
Mrs. Roselyn Palorma
I. Introduction :
A mathematical investigation is defined as a collection of worthwhile problem-solving tasks that has multi-dimensional content, is an open-minded, permitting several acceptable solutions and is often embedded in a focus question. In addition, a mathematical investigation involves
Head: Reflection Paper
Math has been around for quiet a long time. We all see math in a different way some can grasp it and some cannot. Learning math concept is very frustrating some will master it and some want. I have struggle with math myself. In fact, every time the word math was said throughout my school years and I hated it. Now throughout this course, I realize that I need a great amount of math skills before I can even consider teaching math skills. Math is a difficult concept to teach
Deterministic techniques assume that no uncertain exists in model parameters.
An inspector correctly identifies 90% of the time. For the next 10 products, the probability that he makes fewer than 2 incorrect inspections is .736.
A: Use Binomial table to discover , add 3 probabilities for 0,1,2
A continuous random variable may assume only integer values within a given interval.
A decision tree is a diagram consisting of circles decision nodes, square probability nodes and branches
August 26, 2012
Course Project Part C
The following report displays regression and correlation analysis for AJ Davis Department Stores data on credit balance and size. We will use the data collected from 50 credit customers to complete the following analysis;
* Generate a scatterplot for CREDIT BALANCE vs. SIZE, including the graph of the "best fit" line. Interpret.
* Determine the equation of the "best fit" line, which describes the relationship
Subject: Polyphonic HMI: Mixing Math and Music
This is to recommend that Hit Song Science should market its product and services to record labels attempting to catch a larger share of the market.
Polyphonic HMI is preparing to launch Hit Song Science, which analyzes the mathematical characteristics of music compared to past music hits, making it possible to determine a song’s hit potential. Music characteristics can be analyzed by math such as melody, tempo, pitch, rhythm,
Plan of Investigation
While watching National Hockey League (NHL) games, I often heard the play-by-play announcer mention at the start of the third and final period how it would be tough for a team to come back from a one goal deficit. This led me to wonder just how difficult it was mathematically, and how much previous periods affected the final one. In this project, I will investigate whether the scores at the end of the first period affect the final score of NHL games.
I will gather the scores
FISH PRODUCTION -
The aim of this investigation is to consider commercial fishing in a particular country in two different environments, that is from the sea and a fish farm (aquaculture).
The following data provided below was taken form the UN Statistics Division Common Database. The tables gives the total mass of fish caught in the sea, in thousands of tones (1 tone = 1000 kilograms).
Year | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 |
Total Mass | 426.8 |
BMS11 Business Maths and Statistics
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS USING EXCEL
The pie charts show that a higher percentage of the male gender has tried the product in comparison to the female gender. Over 50% of both genders have tried the product. However, the fact that the percentage of males who tried the product is higher, suggests that gender does play a role in whether the people will try the product. Yet the role genders play is small, because the difference between
Part 1 of 1 -
Question 1 of 20
If a variable has possible values –2, 6, and 17, then this variable is
A. both a
C. neither a
nor a discrete
D. a discrete
Answer Key: D
Question 2 of 20
Which of the following correctly describes the relationship between a sample and a population?
A. A population and a
sample are not
B. A sample
problem 10 on page 444 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra. Show all steps in solving the problem and explain what you are doing as you go along.
3. Write a two to three page paper that is formatted in APA style and according to the Math Writing Guide. Format your math work as shown in the example and be concise in your reasoning. In the body of your essay, please make sure to
then in return, Beremiz receives a camel, and Maia gets his camel back because of the two extra. In the book this literally took not even five minutes to divvy up just showing off the first of many stories in which the Counting Man does incredible math that’s as equally impressive as what he actually gains from doing it. He also tells the story of the inn that him and his traveling partner plan on
and are physical development, personal, social and emotional development, communication and language. The other four are still important but not detrimental as the other areas and they are Understanding of the World, Literacy, Arts and Design and Maths.
Physical development is the area of physical activity for moving and handling including fine motor and gross motor skills. This area of development includes gross activities such as running, walking, climbing etc and also fine
The novel Outliers, aims to investigate the very thing we want for our family, our students, and ourselves. For most of our lives we have believed that with hard work, anyone can achieve success. That had to be the reason that poor immigrants like Andrew Carnegie and college dropouts like Bill Gates achieved unimaginable wealth. Most of us were taught that working harder than anyone else would lead to ultimate success.
While the author, Malcolm Gladwell, does not dispute
Trent Beebe Beebe 1
Mr. Arena 4th hour
AP Lang & Comp
Death of a Salesman Essay
The story, Death of a Salesman, is a story that has many literary devices that help to make it the deep and riveting story that has become an American classic. The use of symbols in the story adds to the overall effect and theme and also creates a different mood that the reader must infer from it. The symbols not only represent something in the story as literally a symbol, but of
Task 5 Given:“Curriculum guides allow you the flexibility of adapting your instruction to the individual learning needs of your students. . . . You will also want to remain flexible in choosing the level of behavioral complexity of your unit and lesson outcomes. For these decisions, the information you will need to match the complexity of your objectives to the needs of your learners will come from their in-class oral responses, practice exercises, performance assessments, homework, and tests. You
January 21, 2015
Grand Canyon University
As the course of weeks of planning have interpose realizing a campus improvement plan is an essential item for any growth of a learning environment. Modifying our processes, teaching practices and student learning is vital to notice in order to make our action plan become successful. We must not forget the fact that our action plan is intertwined with the vision and mission set up by the administration
have developed negative attitudes towards that particular subject. The perception that females are inferior to males in performing and understanding math problems have helped develop negative attitudes toward learning (Garrity, 1998). When the hands-on learning approach was implemented in some school systems, positive attitudes towards science and math were reported. Students that have positive attitudes toward science are more likely to have higher achievement scores (Frederick, 1999). Research also
Catherine in “Proof”
1. a) Act I: Scene One
“I feel old.” –pg. 6. True, her dad at his intellectual peak was twenty-two.
“I’m not alone.” False, she is alone, she’s talking to a ghost.
“Because in order for your friends to take you out you generally have to have
friends.” –pg 7. True, she doesn’t have any friends.
“Well now I’ve forgotten.” –pg 8. False, she wants to forget.
“I haven’t been lazy. I’ve been taking care of you.” True.
Test Anxiety and Student Performance
Test anxiety is a real and measureable problem student’s face regardless of their grade or level of academic achievement. Test anxiety can also adversely affect how students participate in and view the learning process long term. This study was designed to examine the effects of test anxiety on high school students specifically, and how the stress associated with the processes or outcomes of standardized testing can negatively impact their performance
Help is always available here.
Learning specialists are available for english, math, writing and other specific classes; some tutors are multi subject oriented. Student workshops are also optional for use. This includes MLA/APA format information, note-taking tips, conducting research, study skills, and test-taking strategies. DLA
and will be more likely to work with Activision in the future. Activision’s effectively investing in its own long term research and development team by continuing to encourage youths to learn about, and master science, technology, engineering, and math classes.
Internet safety has a major role to play as well. The efforts being made by Activision to create a very safe environment for children to be on the internet is astounding. They are doing their very best to make sure that adults know that while
In elementary math there are several concepts about fractions. One concept students in fourth grade will need to master is learning how to tell if fractions are equivalent with unlike denominators. There are a few prerequisite skills that are necessary in order for the students to understand this concept. The first thing students need to know is what fractions are. Fractions are a way of counting parts of a whole. Secondly, the students need to know how to identify parts of a fraction. The top number
American Society: Urban Legends in the Classroom
What is it about America that causes students and people to crave an education? Could it be the intense pressures of society, or could it even be the simple fact that we want to educate ourselves? For centuries people were fine with being un-educated and life was simple and laid back, but when John Cotton (a noted Puritan Minister) established the first public school in America, people began to eat it up. And thus was
mechanism” means a behavioral tool which may be used by individuals to offset or overcome adversity, disadvantage, or disability.
II. Review of Related Literature
1. MATH AND SCIENCE STUDY SHOWS POOR RESULTS - Among 45 countries that participated in the TIMSS for eighth-grade students, the Philippines ranked 41st in Math and 42nd in Science. Our score was more than 100 points lower than Malaysia and more than 200 points lower than Singapore, which ranked first! Among 25 countries that joined
Math also consists of measurements, calendars, formulas, and all the stuff that goes with algebra, geometry, and calculus. There is also the subjects of science, history, computers and other languages also that are being taught in the schools. Then there
Written Examination Paper
By Ben(Zhibin Xu)
Capital College California
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement
for the Credential of
May , 2013
Under the Supervision of Ms. Evelyn
You are asked to set up a practical life area in the classroom. What are the principles you must take into consideration in designing the practical life materials?
I’ll consider the function and manageability, good
October 19, 2012
Causes and Effects of Gender Inequality
Throughout history, countless acts of gender inequality can be identified; the causes of these discriminating accounts can be traced back to different causes. The general morality of the inequity relies on a belief that men are superior to women; because of this idea, women have spent generations suffering under their counterparts. Also, a common expectation is that men tend to be more
Many people might say the single sex schools are ineffective, because girls and boys need to know how to communicate with the opposite sex. They should be enforced to help children reach their full dreams without the thought of humility standing in their way. School is a place where students get acquainted with the basics of the life, which further helps them to foster their proficiency level in different aspects of life required in this competitive world, and the most important part of school is
derived by analyzing the historical background on the mathematicians, the time periods, and the contributions that affected their society and modern society as well as specific examples of how the mathematical developments affected society.
Math had and has a great impact in technology. During the 20th century mathematics made very quick advances on all fronts. Mathematics sped up the development of symbolic logic as the
This paper will discuss the relationship between Will Hunting and the psychologist Sean Mcguire in the movie Good Will Hunting. The struggles that occur between these main characters will be analyzed and their meanings found. A basic outline of the movie will be included to give the larger picture and its influence upon the two men.
An Analysis of the Movie "Good Will Hunting" and the Main Characters Will Hunting and Sean Mcguire
1. Description of the Movie
a. Setting of the movie
Blake Snyder Beat Sheet
October 19 2012
Opening image: The first image seen is of a girl’s parents telling their daughter goodbye and to have a good first day at school. The girl’s mother is crying because unlike most kids her daughter has never been to a real school. She is sixteen years old and has been homeschooled all her life.
Theme stated: “I had a lot of friends in Africa. But so far, none in Evanston.” This line basically foreshadows how she has no friends at her new school
Teacher Interview and Observation on Lesson Implementation
University of Phoenix/Axia College
At 1:00 p.m. I entered into Evoline C. West Elementary school on Thursday, July 12 2012 for an interview with Mrs. Yolanda Lawrence. As I entered the classroom, I was greeted by Mrs. Lawrence, the head teacher in this classroom. Mrs. Lawrence has no assistant at this present because of it being in the summer. After I entered into the classroom, the entire class welcomed
host, Dr. Debbye Turner-Bell, provides many striking examples proving the importance of exercise: A high school in Illinois substantiated the importance of exercise with empirical test’s, which showed how students in PE classes performed better in a math test compared to inactive students. A professor at Harvard medical school, Dr. John Ratey, states that exercise produces growth factors called BDNF that helps producing brain cells in hippocampus – an area in
1. | Question : | (TCO F) Assume there is no beginning work in process inventory and the ending work in process inventory is 100% complete with respect to materials costs. The number of equivalent units with respect to materials costs under the weighted-average method is: |
| Student Answer: | x | the same as the number of units put into production. |
| | | less than the number of units put into production. |
| | | the same as the number of units completed. |
| | | less
Question : According to the federal regulations, which of the following studies meets the definition of research with human subjects?
Your answer : A researcher conducts a linguistic study of comments posted on a local public blog.
Correct Answer : A developmental psychologist videotapes interactions between groups of toddlers and their care givers to determine which intervention methods most effectively manage aggression.
Comment : The study of passenger lists is a study of individuals
Early Childhood Education: The Curriculum That Matters Most
Prof. Carly Davenport
November 21, 2011
Early Childhood Education:
* The Curriculum That Matters Most
As times change, it seems that education must change as well, to fit the ever-changing needs of our youth. For children of any age, education is a complex thing, but so very important for each of them to succeed in anything they do. California State Standards imitate
puberty justify single-sex education?
Do you think adolescents are less socially distracted in single-sex schools?
Do you think single-sex education could prevent early sexual behavior and pregnancy?
Do you think girls learn better in all female math and science classes?
What about the “boy’s crisis”? Can’t single-sex schools help struggling boys?
Do you think girls and boys with certain personalities could benefit from single-sex education?
Do certain groups, such as children from low-income
SPE 358 Characteristics of Students with Physical Health Impairments
Strategies to Teach Individuals with Physical Impairments
Timothy E. Jackson
October 13, 2012
Facilitator: Byron Punch
Several important factors will be addressed within the body of this essay. The first gives the definition of exactly what Neuromotor IEP is. Neuromotor ability is defined as a condition that; has been caused by some serve damage to the central nervous
MA. KARLA RACHELLE ULIBAS
BSED - II
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page i
Table of Contents ii-v
Theoretical Considerations, Literature and Research Studies on the Use of Learning Aids 1-16
Activity Sheets 17
Complete the Skip Counting Series 18-19
Metric Length 20
Metric Weight 21
Metric Capacity 22
Compare Metric Measurements 23
Metric System Measurement
Take a Stand and Deliver a message
In the education system, students of color seem like they aren’t getting the same opportunity’s to succeed in school, compared to the white students. Ramon Menendez’ film Stand and Deliver reveals several issues on the subject of institutional racism as well as other matters which create a major struggle for minority students. Menendez depicts several characters in his film that illustrates some obstacles or situations students of color deal with on a regular
Empiricist philosophers such as John Locke believe that knowledge must come from experience. Others philosophers such as Descartes believe that knowledge is innate; this way of thinking is used by rationalist. In this paper I will discuss the difference between Descartes rationalism in his essays "The Meditations" and Locke's empiricism in his essays "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding". I will then lend my understanding as to what I believe as the ultimate source of knowledge.
Share The Resources Extensively N Gain The Harmony (STRENGTH)
“Shila, knock it off. Stop arguing with Geetha. You know you will never win.” That’s my classmate’s comment when she saw me debating the issue on truancy with Geetha. Everyone in our school knows Geetha as the Indian girl who can eloquently speak her mind, but that doesn’t mean I can’t be as good as her. Today, in my speech titled ‘Share The Resources Extensively N Gain The Harmony’, I will explain, why I should be on a par with Geetha
Virtual Classroom Observations Video 1-6
Dr. Susan Stanley
EDUC 656: Teaching Content Area Reading
By: Vanna Mata
November 22, 2015
Video 1: Mark Diacopoulos
In this video, Mr. Diacopoulos was teaching his class about the formation of the U.S. Constitution. He talked about the two sides of the politics; Federalists and the Anti-Federalists (Democratic Republicans). There were a couple of things that stood out for me in this video. First, it was his accent when he spoke
Curriculum Based Summative Assessment Design
EDU645: Learning & Assessment for the 21st Century
Dr. Amy Gray
December 22, 2014
The Summative Assessment Design is to develop the students with addition and subtraction by
having multiple strategies to addition by placing together and understanding, and also
American College Testing & Strong Interest Inventory
Jadine Marie Sawyer: December 11, 2012
Achievement and Intelligence Assessments
It is critical counselors are competent in assessments as it is an integral part of counseling (Whiston, 2013). Those practicing in the counseling field must be aware of the applications and limitations of the assessing instruments that they are using with clients. Counselors should consider that they are responsible for the proper
Baby Girl: Preslee
1) Q: You are starting to notice that Preslee's crying is rhythmic and moderately loud when she is hungry, wet, or cold. If she is startled, there is a sudden intake of breath and a loud wail, followed by more deep breaths and loud wails. A: You try to respond to the different types of crying by changing, feeding, or soothing little Preslee.
2) Q: Preslee spends most of her time falling asleep, sleeping, or slowly waking up. When she is awake, you take advantage
What does it take to be a pharmacist? Pharmacy involves more than just handing out drugs, otherwise anyone could do it. “A pharmacist is a health professional who follows instruction from physicians regarding the amount of education to distribute” (“Pharmacy requirements”). The pharmacy profession requires a lot of education, demands patience and attentive work, provides good pay, and offers a satisfying job.
A pharmacist’s education can consist up to eight years of high level education
B.) Individual differences
IIII. The learning environment
A.) Setting and maintaining the classroom
B.) Establishing a structure for each day
C.) Creating a classroom community
V. What the children learn
A.) Literacy (Reading)
C.) Science (Discovery)
D.) The Arts (Art, Dance, Dramatic play, Music)
VI. Teacher's role