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DAY 1: 25 May

Today's lesson has been very enriching and I have learnt a lot about midpoint and circles. Although it seemed complicated at first, the use of videos has greatly improved my understanding of the topic. Through an enlightening and graphical method, I was able to absorb a lot about
midpoint. Other than that, the questions were also quite challenging, and allowed me to test my understanding on the topic. Overall, this lesson has been very beneficial to me.
DAY 2: 26 May

Although today's lesson appeared to be easy, the homework and designing of the Olympic crest proved to be extremely hard. Through this lesson, I have learnt about the equation of the circle, how to derive it and the process of doing so. While it might seem simple, it is actually quite hard when you have to apply them. However, through the use of videos, I am able to better comprehend the formula as examples are given. My understanding is then re-enforced by the powerpoint, which is by far, very useful.

READ THE SAMPLE AND INSTRUCTIONS PAGE before uploading!

REMINDER: Please name your files

2P2XX FILENAMEbefore uploading in case you overwrite other peoples' files!DAY 1: 25 May

Today's lesson has been very enriching and I have learnt a lot about midpoint and circles. Although it seemed complicated at first, the use of videos has greatly improved my understanding of the topic. Through an enlightening and graphical method, I was able to absorb a lot about

midpoint. Other than that, the questions were also quite challenging, and allowed me to test my understanding on the topic. Overall, this lesson has been very beneficial to me.

DAY 2: 26 May

Although today's lesson appeared to be easy, the homework and designing of the Olympic crest proved to be extremely hard. Through this lesson, I have learnt about the equation of the circle, how to derive it and the process of doing so. While it might seem simple, it is actually quite hard when you have to apply them. However, through the use of videos, I am able to better comprehend the formula as examples are given. My understanding is then re-enforced by the powerpoint, which is by far, very useful.

Submission of Designs:## Olympic Design:

Windows:X-min: -10

X-max: 10

Y-min: -15

Y-max: 15

Blue-ring:Y1 = 2 + Square-Root(25 - (x+5)^2)

Y2 = 2 – Square-Root(25 - (x+5)^2)

Black-ring:Y3 = 2 + Square-Root (25 - (x-0)^2)

Y4 = 2 – Square-Root(25 - (x-0)^2)

Red-ring:Y5 = 2 + Square-Root(25 - (x- 5)^2)

Y6 = 2 – Square-Root(25 - (x-5)^2)

Yellow-ring:Y7 = -2 + Square-Root(25 - (x+ 4)^2)

Y8 = -2 – Square-Root(25 - (x+4)^2)

Green-ring:Y9 = -2 + Square-Root(25 - (x-4)^2)

Y10 = -2 – Square-Root(16 - (x-4)^2)