
Weekly Objectives (Math 2)Week 12: Graph all four constraints on the same set of axes. Develop an idea for how you might find the maximum possible profit.
Week 11: Read through the scenario described on page 302. Write an inequality for each constraint and convert them each into slopeintercept form. Week 6: Construct an argument for what shape is the best for a honeycomb and why. Refer to the Bees Final Portfolio document for guidance. Yes, I do want you to do this assignment. Week 5: Feb 48 Consider the shapes drawn on the Tessellation Templates document. Make a list of shapes that do tessellate, and shapes that do not. Write out a couple of general statements about what criteria a shape must fit in order to tessellate. It may be helpful to write a statement for each type of shape (Triangle, Quadrilateral, Pentagon, etc.) Week 4: Jan 28  31 (Meeting on Thurs) Consider all regular polygons with the same perimeter, P. Construct a formula for the area of the polygon as a function of the number of sides, n. To help you get started, use specific numbers, such as P = 100 and n = 6. Then keep P the same, but change your value of n. Graph the function and describe its behavior. Week 16: Dec. 1014
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