The grade 12 linear algebra class studied the linear dependence and independence of vectors. They generalized the definition to Nth dimensional space and attempted to use their new knowledge in geometric proofs using vectors. For their assignment, they submitted a problem set of 30+ formal vector proofs.
The grade 12 data management class began their combinations counting unit with card game questions. Students both created and answered questions regarding situations where order does not matter. Next week, they will be tested on their counting abilities with an in-class assignment and unit test before beginning a creative project that incorporates all counting principles.
The grade 12 chemistry students experimented with aqueous and varsol solutions. They examined equilibrium reactions by applying stresses to the solution and measuring the resulting distribution of liquids. The observations from this experiment were then explained using knowledge of Le Chatelier’s principle.