Zero: 0

Is not positive or negative.

Is constant.

0 is positive: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, … (it is in the series of even numbers)

Is a real number.

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# Category: math

## Number Comprehension: Zero

## Review for going into calc2

## Definite Integral Application Formulas

## Rectilinear Motion

## Techniques of Differentiation [Quotient Rule]

## Excited

## Geometry

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## How to multiply digits 6-9 using only your hands

## Matrices – Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method

## Slope-Intercept Form Vs. Point-Slope Form

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Zero: 0

Is not positive or negative.

Is constant.

0 is positive: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, … (it is in the series of even numbers)

Is a real number.

Refresh on this:

- The Unit Circle
- Properties of Exponents, Logarithms
- Limits
- Derivation Rules
- Finding Roots, Minimum & Maximums
- Integration Rules
- Continuity
- Anti Derivities, Definite, and Indefinite Integrals
- Finding volume of 3d units

Definition of rectilinear motion:

Let s(t) is the coordinate of a point “P” at time “T”.

- s'(t) = v(t) Velocity
- s”(t) = v`(t) Acceleration
- |v(t)| Speed (speed is always a positive value)

My Calculus 1 professor taught me a cool trick for finding the derivative of a quotient.

Dx[(4X-5)/(3X+2)] =

Fall 2012 semester just began at Santa Monica College. I’m really excited about my classes and what I will learn from/via them.

Taking four classes; early world history, philosophy (early philosophers), pre-calculus, and C programming.

My math professor presented this problem .. nobody was able to complete it for the test the day prior, so this is a review.

Continue reading “Geometry”

So I learned this cool counting trick from my math professor the other day. It’s a method of multiplying I didn’t know existed. If you’re using the internet, you *probably* don’t need to use this.

Continue reading “How to multiply digits 6-9 using only your hands”

I’ve been having difficulty with Algebraic Matrices for a couple days now; the textbook and video methods I’ve looked at didn’t help me at all until I found this youtube video:

[tube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwT1FrLzEOQ[/tube]

The definition of **Point-Slope Form** is any equation of the form:

y-y¹ = m(x-x¹)

Note: **There is no graphing**. We seek the equation of the line.

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