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Brianna Hyle

Brianna Hyle
Katie Bacon
Maddie Chronister
Alex Gladfelter

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    • Systems Webquest By Bri, Alex, Katie, and Maddie
    • Responsibilites
      • Katie- Calculator
      • Alex- Power-point
      • Maddie- Checker
      • Bri- Designer
    • Steps
      • First we graphed the points on a graphing calculator to get the line of best fit
      • Then we found the equation for the line of best fit by picking two points on each line and plugging it into standard form equation
      • Then we converted it into slope-intercept form
      • Then we found the point of intersection by substitution
      • Then we found how fast the missiles were moving
    • Equation
      • The equation for Koreas line of best fit it was:
      • Y=24580.80952x-23017.89286
      • The equation for Americas line of best it was:
      • Y=26176x-40085.07143
      • The point of intersect is (10.69914771,239975.819)
    • Graph
    • North Korea Travel Rates
      • Traveled 16593.945984 km/day
      • Traveled 691.414416 km/hr
      • Traveled 429.625 mph
    • America Travel Rates
      • Traveled 5034.028032 km/day
      • Traveled 209.751168 km/hour
      • Traveled 130.3333333 mph
    • conclusion
      • We have determined that North Korea’s missile has hit the moon before we could stop it.
      • North Korea’s missiles were traveling too fast for ours to catch up to it.
      • We determined this by multiplying the speed of the missiles in km per day by the point of intersection.
    • Possible Errors
      • Missile doesn’t work when launched
      • If an object in spaces comes in contact with the missile