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DAY 1: 25 May



This topic was rather complicated at first. The name itself was hard to comprehend. But after the videos, in particular the slides, I was able to see how such an unknown value can be found out through the various sub topics though earlier: the theorem and gradients of line. In all, I felt that this was rather a breeze, and I felt that the questions set was rather intriguing and challenged a great deal of my brain, through it’s simple theory. All in all, I felt this online lesson was very interesting I gleaned much from it and got an insight of complicated geometry.

DAY 2: 26 May

I felt that this topic was much more of a challenge than last week. This time, we had yet another formula to place into our brains, yet another time to master a alien topic. I must say, the picture was a challenge for me, considering that I'm not really good at art and it some how did not work. Overall, I guess that i gleaned much from it, not only the hard knowledge but the patience to actually work upon it. And yes, now I know circles can be put on graphs

Submission of Designs:
Design 1
(LONDON 2010)

Design 2
("RU4")

Design 3
(SYRINGE)

Design 3 (Optional)
(BOAT)
X-min = -24
X-max = 24
Y-min = -14
Y-max = 14

1st Ring
Y1 =2 + [squareroot] (2^2 -(x + 4)
Y2 =2 - [squareroot] (2^2 -(x + 4)
2nd Ring
Y3 =2 + [squareroot] (2^2 -x^2)
Y4 = 2 - [squareroot] (2^2 -x^2)
3rd Ring
Y5 = 2 + [squareroot] (3^2 -(x - 4)
Y6 =2 - [squareroot] (3^2 -(x - -4)
4th Ring
Y9 = -1+ [squareroot] (3^2 -(x - 4)
Y10= -1 -[squareroot] (3^2 -(x - 4)
5th Ring
Y7 = -1+ [squareroot] (3^2 -(x - -4)
Y8 = -1 -[squareroot] (3^2 -(x - -4)