Image attached with numbers shown.  Using the rectangular form  seems like it

  Image attached with numbers shown.  Using the rectangular form  seems like it is the simplest out of the three forms. It’s very easy to  understand and does not come with as many steps. Personally, I  think matrices can be a good stand in for complex numbers. The only  problem I would see occurring is… Continue reading  
Image attached with numbers shown. 
Using the rectangular form  seems like it

  Do you  think that the matrices we introduced in this discussion are good  sta

  Do you  think that the matrices we introduced in this discussion are good  stand-ins for complex numbers? Explain your reasoning.  Is there any  operation/task where they might fail to “impersonate” complex numbers? To me matrices are usually harder to solve than doing the work for  complex numbers. It’s a different way of thinking about… Continue reading  
Do you  think that the matrices we introduced in this discussion are good  sta

  I researched Reference and Conterminal angels. Conterminal angels

  I researched Reference and Conterminal angels. Conterminal angels are angles with the same initial and terminal  sides. However, the rotations could be different hence the co-terminal. Reference angel is the smallest positive acute angle formed by  terminal side of the angle t and horizontal x axis. (Blitzer, 2021) Find the Reference angle of the… Continue reading  
I researched Reference and Conterminal angels.

Conterminal angels

  I  chose the Pythagorean Theorem for my topic this week. Pythagorean  theorem

  I  chose the Pythagorean Theorem for my topic this week. Pythagorean  theorem states that “the square of the length of the hypotenuse of a  right triangle equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other  two sides.” (Merriam-Webster.com). Another way of saying this is A2+B2=C2 So lets say I’m getting ready to… Continue reading  
I  chose the Pythagorean Theorem for my topic this week. Pythagorean  theorem

  Hello, Original How do the variables c and d affect the asymptotes? Which tran

  Hello, Original How do the variables c and d affect the asymptotes? Which transformation rules were applied? In the graph below I changed the C=6 and kept D=-.2 / A=-3.6 / B=3.3 The asymptotes shifted down as a result to increasing C. Also, the transformation flipped.   In the graph below I changed the D=6… Continue reading  
Hello,
Original
How do the variables c and d affect the asymptotes? Which tran

  Original Graph moved a to positive 0.9-Right upper left quad shrank or shifted

  Original Graph moved a to positive 0.9-Right upper left quad shrank or shifted down  below the x axis. The lower right quad moved from above the x axis to  below the x axis. moved b to negative 1.3 – Horizontal flips Shifts the upper left quad to the right and the bottom right quad… Continue reading  
Original Graph
moved a to positive 0.9-Right upper left quad shrank or shifted