Applied 30 Home Time

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Good Old Budgeting

Mr. Max taught us some new stuff today and went over a bunch of formulas and notes to help us along this week in our homework. Here are the notes:

Property Taxation
>land
>buildings
-to whom is it paid?=>Municipal(town of____?, R.M. of____?.)

Formulas:
-tax owing(LEVY)=portioned assessed value of property x mill rate /1000
Ex. Calculate the annual tax bill for the Munster family, knowing that their property is assessed at $68,000, and local mill rate is 22.319 mills.
=assessed value x mill rate/1000
=68000 x 22.319/1000
=$1517.69

***range of values $100 <= x <=5000

Home InsurancePremium
-dollar amount owing to an insurance company every time period (year?) to maintain insurance coverage. (house & belongings)

“PRO”RATED-pay more for more insuranceEx. $0.68 per $100 of insurance for the Keenan’s, with a home value of $109,000. How much do they pay(pay per year?).

109,000/100 x 0.68=$741.20

***range of values x <=$2000

Also don't forget to work on the homework and don't leave it last minute! Then again....it is going to be a SNOW DAY TOMORROW!

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Monday Jan 8th

Hope everyone had a good holiday. Today we recieved the budget questions. We went through the way to make a budget using excel. The budget is on the coarsework drive under S3 budget. Its pretty easy just remember t drag everything around to make it faster for yourself. The homework questions are due around wednsday. Jason

Monday, December 18, 2006

Circle theorems 1,2 and 3

In class on December 13th we learned about the first 3 theorems of circles and lines inside circles.
1. If an angle inscribed on a circle intercepts a semi-circle or semi-arc, then
the angle inscribed is a right angle.

2.If 2 angles inscribed on the same circle intercept the same arc, then the angles are congruent.

3.If an inscribed angle and a central angle in the same circle intercept the same arc, then the measure of the central angle must be twice the measure of the inscribed angle.

These rules apply to lines that are ina cricle of any size.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

stuff about circles.....cont'

Today in math class Mr. Maksymchuk kept teaching stuff about circles on euklid. And he said some stuff about technology beacause some guys came in and talked in the back of the room. He said that one day he will make graphing caculators unused. Number four is,
4. If in a circle a radius or diameterintercepts a chord at a right angle, then the chord os bisected at the point on intersetion** the convers is true**
**the radius/diameter is called a perendicular bisector**
5. If a line is tangent to a circle, then the tangent line is perpendicular to the radius diamert at the point of tangency. ** the convers is true**
6. if tanget lines to the same circle intercecting a common external point then, the segment created from the circle to the common external points are congruent.
and thats about it i think, so have a nice day.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Tuesday, December 12

Hey!
Today we had a work class because Mr.Max was away......
So here are a few links that might help you in the circle unit that we just started!

http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/formulas/faq.circle.html

http://math2.org/math/geometry/circles.htm

http://library.thinkquest.org/C0110248/geometry/circlesy.htm

Thanks..hope these sites help you, and the next scribe will be somebody from pod 5.

Caitlynd