Sorry for being late on my post. The poll didn't work out so well, so follow Aaron's lead and just comment on what you think.
Unit test vs. Cumulative..
Test is Friday so make sure to speak up.
Unit Test: One test per Unit
Cumulative: One test that includes questions from previous units.
Since we didn't learn anything new today I'm supposed to contribute something useful. So hopefully this helps someone..
This is a basic picture of all the important things. The circle and the degree measures represent the bearing. The 'N, E, S, W' represent the directions.
For some practice, I took some questions off the archived exams.
A bird travels a distance of 2.5km in a direction of 30 degrees west of north. It than travels 9km in a direction of 42 degrees east of north.
How far and in what direction must it travel to return directly to it's starting point?
The bird is 10km from its starting point and must travel in a direction of 29 degrees west of south.
Don't want to solve it that way? You can always do this! .. creepy. What is all that Mr. Max?
Here's another question that you should probably know how to do:
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