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DAY 1: 25 May


Yes you are correct. k^2 = 50. The ans is 7.07. Don't always expect a "nice" number for your answer...



DAY 2: 26 May

Todays work was tough. The olympic image took a long time and i could not understand how come there are gaps in between the lines of the circle. When i went online to find out about how to fix this problem, it said that it is normal to have this problem. However, with the gaps in between, the rings dont look like rings at all but more like many capital C's overlapping each other. For todays lesson on circles, it was slightly harder to understand. Thankfully, once i knew that b affected the altitude of the position of the circle, a shifed the circle left or right and r was the radius of the circle, everything progressed relatively smoothly. I also did not know how to get the image out from the calculator so i used the snipping tool to cut my images out. For design 2 and 3, i had absolutely no clue on how to do them as i forgot how to make the line a certain length and i did not know how to draw a semi circle from left to right instead of from top to bottom.
Submission of Designs:
Design 1
(LONDON 2010)
2P215_Nathaniel_Olympic_ring.JPG
var1.JPG
Design 2
("RU4")

Design 3
(SYRINGE)

Design 3 (Optional)
(BOAT)
var2.JPG
var3.JPG





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