Semester Project Pre-Calculus - Sherine Bou Saada
Updated: 12/6/2018
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• I can't believe my car broke down! Now I will have to walk all the way to school! And I have a very important lecture session for pre-Calculus﻿.
• Setting: On the way to her job at ISG-Dammam
• My car broke down! No taxi was found for me to take either! And I have a lecture session for Pre-Calculus! I don't know what to do Mr. Ryan.﻿﻿
• Oh my god! Mrs. Kennedy what are you doing here? Is everything okay? You have those sad looks!﻿
• Setting: On the way to her job at ISG-Dammam﻿
• ﻿Mr. Ryan, I already feel very exhausted and I don't think I will be able to make it to school. May you please deliver the students what I am about to tell you about how functions are all around us.
• I would be more than pleased to help Mrs. Kennedy!﻿
• ﻿Setting: On the street that leads to ISG-Dammam
• ﻿First, you have to know that a function is a rule. We use the letter f to represent a rule that states "f" is the rule "square the number". For example, f(2)=22=4
• Setting: Le Rõse Cafe
• And if they have been asked to "evaluate f(3), f(-2), and f(2)" Then, the values of 'f' are found by substituting for x in the formula f(x)=x2+4. After, they replace x by 3, -2, and 2. They will have to find the domain and range of 'f'.
• Setting: Le Rõse ﻿Cafe
• Adding to, there are four ways to represent a function. Verbally (by a description in words), algebraically (by an explicit formula), visually (by a graph), and numerically (by a table of values). ﻿
• Setting: Le Rõse Cafe