**Kwethemba Moyo**

## Graphing Quadratic Equations

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 13 February, 2021 · Leave a Comment*

Graph $y={ x }^{ 2 }-2x-1$ .

1. What type of an equation is this?

2. Remember the general form of an equation of this nature: $y={a x }^{ 2 }-bx-c$

When $a > 0$ the graph is $\cup$ shaped and when $a < 0$ it is $\cap$ shaped. What is the situation in our problem?

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## ALGEBRAREA Product of two brackets and area

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 20 July, 2020 · Leave a Comment*

1. You have 2 blue shapes, 3 green and 5 brown. Describe their properties.

2. Find the areas in square units of the 3 pieces blue, green and brown.

3. Build one big geometrical shape using all 10 pieces, placing them edge to edge. Draw […]

## Quadratic Equations

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 14 June, 2020 · Leave a Comment*

1. For security John plans buy the minimum amount of Diamond Razor Mesh fencing material to fence around his dam and discourage entry. He sent his 15 year old son Mzu to measure the dam.

Mzu tells his Dad that this rectangular shape he has drawn of the dam and fence can help him.

To […]

## Addition/subtraction of 2 digits numbers

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 30 April, 2020 · Leave a Comment*

Below are three addition- subtraction problems that are classified into Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3.

Level 1: Find the sums and difference of the numbers indicated on the diagram (vertically/horizontally)

Level 2: Fill in the empty boxes such that the sums (difference) of the horizontally and vertically arranged numbers satisfy the given […]

## Quadratic sequences

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 30 April, 2020 · Leave a Comment*

A sequence is defined by the formula an = n2 – 2n + 1.

(a) Calculate the first 8 terms of the sequence.

(b) Calculate the first difference between the terms.

(c) Calculate the second difference between the terms.

(d) What can you say about the results you obtained?

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## Year 10 – 12 Linear Sequence

*By Kwethemba Moyo On 21 February, 2020 · Leave a Comment*

1.1 The square grids below the continuous line depict negative numbers and those above the line positive numbers. Study the square grids shown above with black squares forming a pattern. How is the pattern growing? Create square grids 9, 10 and 11; complete them with black squares to further develop the […]

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