Thursday, November 02, 2006
posted by dinh at 6:39 p.m.
Today in class we got are quiz back from Ms.Armstrong and we got to see what are mark we have overall in precal...

After that she taught us about radicals and how to simplify them.

A radical is an expression under the square root, cubed root, or to the forth root... Our goal is to simplify radicals to their simplest form. Simplifying means to find another expression with the same value.


Rules for simplifying Radicals
1) Break up Whatever is under the root sign into a product of factors. Find the LARGEST PERFECT SQUARE.
2) Split up and simplify.

For homework exercise # 33 omit #5/12/17
For more help with radicals visit Radicals for you.

I pick Chris to scribe next.


At November 03, 2006 10:15 a.m., Blogger Ms. Armstrong

Nice post Dinh, the link is good resource for anyone who needs to review. Just one thing with your grammar...we got OUR quiz back not ARE quiz back.
Sorry, pet peeve of mine (along with 'my bad') :)