Complete all the 3 questions below. Use the template in the attachment below to answer all the questions. You must screen capture your endproduct and all the mathematical functions used in your answer to all the questions. Save your file as Term2GCDesignAngBeiKong(3O212).doc

Term 2 : Homebased learningStarter:a) Introduction to GC : http://www.prenhall.com/divisions/esm/app/graphing/ti83/

b) You should have a copy of the VTI on your desktop. This should be done by Term 1 week 3. If you do not have it, click on this link http://hsmathangcc.wiki.hci.edu.sg/Things+You+need+

Main Course :a)

Skills

b) Let’s be at work now.

Activity 1:Using the following pairs of coordinates, input into the VTI and deduce what is the picture you will get.

If you need help, click on the attachment below.

Activity 2:If you cannot create these designs, click attachment below to check out how to create these patterns.

If you have problem, click on the attachment below to reveal how you can create this fish.

Dessert:## Complete all the 3 questions below. Use the template in the attachment below to answer all the questions. You must screen capture your endproduct and all the mathematical functions used in your answer to all the questions. Save your file as Term2GCDesignAngBeiKong(3O212).doc

## Upload your work into ivle .(Term2HBL3O1, Term2HBL3O2,Term2HBL3V2)

## For Question 1:

## You will need these steps to store your various shapes.

## Step 1: After you have input in all your steps, you 2ND --> STAT PLOT and select the following.

## Step 2 : Store your shapes. 2ND ---> DRAW-->STO-->Store Pic --> Enter--> Store Picture 1

## Step 3: Recall Picture --->2ND---> STO--->Recall Pic

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## You must complete this after you have uploaded you "GREAT" design into iVLE. Click on the respective link to input your reflection.

## These are the six habits adopted by the Mathematics Department in HCI (2009-Now).

1. The habit of Persisting2. The habit of Striving for accuracy and precision (Mathematical language)3. The habit of Applying past knowledge to new situations4. The habit of Thinking flexibly5. The habit of Responding with wonderment and awe6. The habit of Questioning and Posing problems## 3O1

## 3O2

## 3V2