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DAY 1: 25 May


Answer to your question: Then the answer cannot be found. You can only find the mid-point of 2 known coordinates. Else the mid-point will be [(1 + x1)/2, (2+y1)/2]. The mid-point will change depending on the value of (x1, y1).

Type a 100-word reflection for today's lesson.

DAY 2: 26 May

Type a 100-word reflection for today's lesson and comment on your work.

Submission of Designs:
Design 1
(LONDON 2010)

Design 2
("RU4")

Design 3
(SYRINGE)

Design 3 (Optional)
(BOAT)
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Equation for Q1--y1=2+sqrt(17-(x+08)^2)
y2=3-sqrt(17-(x+08)^2)
y3=2+sqrt(17-(x)^2)

y4=3-sqrt(17-(x)^2)
y5=2+sqrt(17-(x-08)^2)
y6=3-sqrt(17-(x-08)^2)
y7=-2+sqrt(17-(x-04)^2)
y8=-1-sqrt(17-(x-04)^2)
y9=-2+sqrt(17-(x+04)^2)
y10=-1-sqrt(17-(x+04)^2)

Windows--x-min: -14
x-max:14
y-min:-7
y-max:7


Equation for Q2--y1=0+sqrt(50-(x)^2)
y2=0-sqrt(50-(x)^2)
y3=0+sqrt(60-(x)^2)
y4=0-sqrt(60-(x)^2)
y5=-3x+2/(x>=-1 and x<=2)
y6=-3x+3/(x>=-1 and x<=2)
y7=-3x+2/(x>=-2.5 and x<=0)
y8=-3x+3/(x>=-2.5 and x<=0)