1.
Mathematical Prayer
Dear Lord.
We thank you a hundredfold for the love and care
that you have given us. May we in return to you
your good works by multiplying it with love and
respect, adding more faith, subtracting the
unworldly behavior and evil works and dividing your
given talents to others so we can sum it all and be
united as one in your family. In this we pray,
Amen
3.
How to Play:
When the music starts, the
teacher will give the ball to the
student and the student will pass
the ball to his classmate beside
him. When the music stops, the
student with the ball with answer
the question.
4.
It is a fraction that has a
rational expression either in
the numerator, denominator or
both.
Answer: Complex Fraction
5.
How many methods were
used in simplifying complex
fraction?
Answer: 2 methods
6.
In method one, in simplifying
complex fraction you have to
invert the denominator to its
what?
Answer: Reciprocal
7.
In method 2 in simplifying
complex fraction, what do we
find in order to multiply to its
numerator?
Answer: We find the LCD
8.
What is the LCD of x+4 and
x-6?
ANSWER: (X+4)(X-6)
10.
How to play:
The class will have 10 representatives.
Each representative will be given a
metacard with it’s matching pair. Some of
you will receive an equation and some of
you will get the answer. When the music
starts, you must find your x by greeting
and solving the equation from them. When
the music stops, you must already find
your partner and explain to the class the
answer.
12.
a b a b Simplified
Form
5 5x +5
12 12m -1
3x 24
10a 11
13.
Rational equation
It is an equation that contains one or
more rational expressions.
It is an equation that contains in
which one or more terms is a
fractional one.
14.
Solving Rational
Equation:
1. Eliminate the rational expressions in
the equation by multiplying both sides
of the equation by the LCD.
2. Solve the equation.
3. Check.
15.
Extraneous Solution
Extraneous solution is an
apparent solution that does
not solve its equation
16.
Assignment:
For your assignment, answer
page135 nos. 2, 3, 21, 27 and
28. Show your solution. Put it
in your notebook.
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