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and Relation connects with each other and in function there is no other pair connects to it just

only one pair on the x-value but different in y- value. It serves as a review, we already tackled

it in our junior high that a relation between two sets of numbers can be illustrated by a graph in

the Cartesian plane and that a function that passes the vertical line test the vertical line can

be drawn anywhere and intersect the graph in at most one point.

For example, a functional relationship between quantities is at play when we are paying for

gasoline by the gallon or fruit by the pound. We need functions for financial plans so we can

calculate such things as accrued income and interest. Functions are important as well to

interpretations of local and world demographics and population growth, which are critical for

economic planning and development. Functions are even found in such familiar settings as baseball

statistics and metric conversions.

It has a positive impact for me because I can use it in everyday life, I thought that basic

math (add, subtract, multiply and divide) is the only thing I can use in real life. I didnt know

function as well.

There are many kinds of relations. Among the most important algebraic relations

are functions. A function is a relation in which one variable specifies a single value of another

variable. Functions can often be used to model real situations. Identifying an appropriate

functional model will lead to a better understanding of various phenomena.

For example, when you toss a ball, each second that passes has one and only one

corresponding height. Time only goes forward, and never repeats itself. The height of the ball

depends on how much time has passed since it left your hand. This is a one-way relationship

although each moment of time is unique, it is possible for the ball to be at a particular height

more than once as it goes up and then down. Knowing the time will tell you the height, but knowing

the height wont give you an exact time.

But functions will really begin to come to life as us students find uses for functions in

the real world. I can apply it to myself my age and weight on my birthday each year and even

everything surrounds me, the name of a course and the number of students enrolled in that

course. It has a really big help for me that I could figure out whatever equation or formula I

could put my mind to, even though I never thought I could and usually didn't.

In this lesson I learned about forming many formulas in one situation. In this, you can know

how much amount a consumer spends depending on the value of the independent variable. We can

create functions that behave differently based on the input (x) value. It is a function can be in

pieces.

For example, riding a jeepney, the input value is distance and the output is the cost of jeepney

fare. We use Piecewise Function all the time, in our daily lives like the admission fees, the local

zoo charges admission to groups according to the following policy. In real life, lots of problems

are modeled by piecewise functions sample finding shipping costs, income taxes, and ordering tshirts. That are the few examples of piecewise function in real life situations.

It has a positive impact for me because I can make formulas in an easiest way.

In evaluating functions simply replace or substitute the function's variable with the

indicated number or expression. I learned to substitute numbers and easily multiply it with the

given number or expression. We can now solve all the complicated problem if we know how to

evaluate functions.

In real life evaluating functions happens anywhere, it occurs in any situation just like your

allowance a week or a month you can compute it depending on a given situation even if youre going

to shop you evaluate the price to the number of things you bought.

It is very useful, every day we used it to calculate everything whats going on our mind.

Compound interest is interest earned on principal plus interest that was earned earlier.

Compound interest the interest from the previous year also earns interest.

The financial world often refers to compound interest as "magic" because it is one of the

most fundamental ways to build wealth yet takes the least amount of effort. But because of the

variety of interest calculation methods out there, borrowers should compare lender offers, and

investors should compare investment offers by carefully reading the disclosure accompanying

those offers.

Mainly in finance, compound interest can be favorable for those with desired savings.

Basically the way it works is that the money you have sitting in the savings account accrues

interest. Knowing compound interest to be able to know how much Ive saved in the bank.

composition at a point because I can simplify as I go, since I'll always just be plugging in numbers

and simplifying. Evaluating a symbolic composition, where first plugging x into some function and

then plugging that function into some other function, can be much messier. But the process works

just as the at-a-number composition does, and using parentheses to be carefully explicit at each

step will be even more helpful.

At first I thought that the small circle here is similar to the multiplication dot and I

realized that it is far from the multiplication, it is different.

That is, you cannot reverse the order in composition and expect to end up with the correct

result. Composition is not flexible like multiplication, and is an entirely different process. Do

not try to multiply functions when you are supposed to be plugging them into each other. That

is a simple rule in composing a function.

Do not shuffle or re-arrange the variable because it will lead you to a wrong answer just like

in real life if you disarrange whats on the medicine box you dont know which one is your

medicine to take. You can make mistakes sometimes but theres always time to correct it.

There are many kinds of relations. Among the most important algebraic relations

are functions. A function is a relation in which one variable specifies a single value of another

variable. Functions can often be used to model real situations. Identifying an appropriate

functional model will lead to a better understanding of various phenomena.

For example, when you toss a ball, each second that passes has one and only one

corresponding height. Time only goes forward, and never repeats itself. The height of the ball

depends on how much time has passed since it left your hand. This is a one-way relationship

although each moment of time is unique, it is possible for the ball to be at a particular height

more than once as it goes up and then down. Knowing the time will tell you the height, but knowing

the height wont give you an exact time.

But functions will really begin to come to life as us students find uses for functions in

the real world. I can apply it to myself my age and weight on my birthday each year and even

everything surrounds me, the name of a course and the number of students enrolled in that

course. It has a really big help for me that I could figure out whatever equation or formula I

could put my mind to, even though I never thought I could and usually didn't.

In this lesson Ill be able to distinguish the difference between rational function, equation

and inequality that the rational function express a relationship between two variables and can

be represented by a table of values or graph, an algebraic fraction such that both the numerator

and denominator are polynomials. Then the Rational equation is an operation involving rational

expression and lastly the Rational Inequality is an inequality involving rational expression.

We can use this to solve a variety of problems that involve rates, times and work. Using

rational expressions and equations can help us answer questions about how to combine workers

or machines to complete a job on schedule.

It is really useful if we know how to distinguish these Rational functions. We can apply or

relate this to our daily lives. It has great impact that Ill be able to distinguish this things.

Solving rational functions is pretty straightforward if you are careful to write each step

completely. But as soon as you start skipping steps or doing stuff in your head, you're going to

start messing up. So always work neatly and completely. And never forget to check your solutions.

Thats the rule that I made, just concentrate because if you have anything on your head you cant

guarantee that you cant come up with the right answer. Solving Rational function is very simple

and easy to understand.

It is like substituting a corresponding number to the given expression or number.

In real life we can apply it too, just like representing the concentration of a drug in a patients

bloodstream the hours after the drug was administered that is one of an example in solving

rational functions in real life.

At first I was confused in solving rational inequality because it has many steps and I

dont get in the first place but now Ive understood and it is easy just by following the steps

and here there is an interval and set notation.

Solving rational inequalities is very similar to solving polynomial inequalities. But because

rational expressions have denominators.

I can relate the steps in real life, we cant achieve anything if we do nothing.

Exponential function is a function whose value is a constant raised to the power of the

argument, especially the function where the constant is e. Exponential functions look somewhat

similar to functions you have seen before, in that they involve exponents, but there is a big

difference, in that the variable is now the power, rather than the base.

To evaluate this function, we operate as usual, picking values of x, plugging them in, and

The best thing about exponential functions is that they are so useful in real world

situations. Exponential functions are used to model populations, carbon date artifacts, help

coroners determine time of death, compute investments, as well as many other applications.

It is very useful especially in economics and science. It has a great impact to me as a learner

because I can use this for the future solving involving exponential function.

Logarithms are still very, very useful, but in a totally different way. They are very closely

related to exponential functions. We can solve x aside from observation, mention that there is

a mathematical way to present the expression, and that is through logarithms, the inverse

process of exponentiation.

Logarithm is widely used by a chemist for the pH scale. Logarithm is important in measuring

the magnitude of earthquakes, radioactive decay and population growth. In the financial world

they help in the calculation of interest rates.

Just like in exponential function it is also very useful especially in economics and science. It

has a great impact to me as a learner because I can use this for the future solving involving

logarithmic function.

Simple interest is a quick method of calculating the interest charge on a loan. Simple

interest is determined by multiplying the daily interest rate by the principal by the number of

days that elapse between payments. Simple Interest remains constant throughout the

investment term.

Of course simple interest used in real life examples are on certificate of deposit for periods

for one year or less, on car loans, other loans (consumer loans), discounts on early payments.

It is useful for me that I know how to get the interest if talking for money simple interest

is useful for this topic.

First Ive learned that I can add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers. Then I learned that

you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials. Now I Also learn that I can also add,

subtract, multiply, and divide functions.

Performing these operations on functions is no more complicated than the notation itself.

For instance, when they give the formulas for two functions and tell me to find the sum, all

they're telling me to do is add the two formulas. There's nothing more to this topic than that,

other than perhaps some simplification of the expressions involved. To find the answers, all I

have to do is apply the operations (plus, minus, times, and divide) that they tell me to, in the

order that they tell me to.

In this lesson we used the four operations the addition, subtraction, multiplication and lastly

division. Operations on functions are similar to operations on numbers. Each operation has a

formal definition which produces a new function. Dividing two functions together will also result

in another function if the denominator or divisor is not the zero function. This is a very important

part in Operation on functions.

A proposition is a declaration that can be either true or false, but not both. For

example, Today is Friday is a proposition. This statement can be true or false, but not

both. This is my favorite so far; it is also confusing but its fun.

In this lesson we just determine if the statement is a proposition or not. It easy to

understand but it tricky sometimes.

I can relate it to real life to the fact that it is true or false, that true praise comes

often even to the lowly; false praise only to the strong.

only because they do not realize how complicated life is.

Thank you.

Thank you for always believing I could figure out whatever equation or formula I could put my

mind to, even though I never thought I could and usually didn't. I always tried my hardest and did

the best I could, but I always struggled, despite being in the honors courses. But thank you for

giving me the motivation to always try my best and believe in myself.

Thank you for always trying to teach me new and confusing ideas. Math is a tough subject, and I

know only a few students enjoy it. There are so many formulas, and it seems like the numbers

just never end. There are so many ways to figure out the answer to so many problems. So,

thank you for letting me use that in life; the idea that there is more than one way to solve a

problem.

Thank you for your help. I know a lot of people think it is just your job to help, but I can tell that

you actually care about the students and whether they understand what you are teaching. I

know that many of us had trouble understanding, but you never gave up on trying to teach us

and making sure that we got it. I struggled in your class, but I was too stubborn to admit it.

Thank you for seeing that I was having difficulty in your class and helping me, even when I didn't

ask. Thank you for showing me that it is okay to ask for help if it is needed. After all, a person

can't do everything alone.

Thank you for everything that you have done. You have helped me so much, morally and

academically. You have taught me so much that I can use in life. No, I can not use y=mx+b in my

life, but I can use the life lessons you taught me. You have taught me to never give up. You

taught me that there is more than one way to solve everything; it just depends on perspective.

You taught me that it is okay to ask for help, even if it is scary to think that I need help. You

taught me to always believe in myself, even when everything looks bleak. So thank you. Thank

you for everything.

Thank you Mrs. Alcantara

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