# Portfolio in Calculus (crp)

December 8, 2017 Physics

Portfolio in Calculus Submitted by: Chloe Regina C. Paddling Submitted to: Sir Ferdinand Corpus Journal for the Month of June ? I learned many things this month. It was good that our teacher repeated the topics in basic math to strengthen our foundation. Even if we had a hard time, I don’t see any reason why we should complain because I understand that our wanted to master these topics to be able to move too higher math. The topics tackled this month are namely: Inequalities Rational Inequalities Circles Distances Slopes Angles of Incidence?

For me, the hardest topic to master was the inequalities, which I know I should master to be able to understand the next topics. I reviewed my wrong answers in our summation tests because I don’t want to be left behind with the topics. When Sir Corpus said that we are going to have a double program in Math, I was excited because we are not Just advancing but are reviewing in the same time. A lot of advance technologies are product of such very simple concepts in math as long as it is utilized in a very good way.

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For example the distance formula, this is not just used in Math but also in Physics, Science and many other fields. Journal for the Month of July This month, I learned that there are also ‘other’ versions of circles. Namely: Parabola Ellipse Hyperbola For me there was no hard topic because I make sure that I made an effort in understanding the topics before the day ended. Made sure that I master these topics before there was a summation test conducted.

I even created my own mnemonics Just to make sure that I wouldn’t forget the strategies taught by our teacher. For the These topics helped me a lot about the question marks in my head. It made me good on finding equations, graphing, etc. It made me a better student when it comes to things like these. Journal in the Month of August I learned more about hyperbolas; with the transverses to both x and y axis, the difference between pre-calculus and calculus and the story of King Epsilon.

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