ill definitely read that

awesoem resource thank you for sharing , i looked through the website and they have cool math articles i will use in the furute

I actually made so many dum mistakes on my test RIP.

yeah it’s a good website, especially because all the information I’ve seen on it is free

this is really hard to read

can you copy it on computer instead?sorry your handwriting is a bit messy

im sure youte very smart though

for srue

if anyone has any free math resource websites feel free to share them to me

i mostly use khan academy for academic or math help so i would like to expand my academic resources lol

Purple math or mathisfun. When I didn’t want to watch my math teachers vids I’d read these websites for basic knowledge

tsk tsk one point off, try and studdy that question

your arithmetic is really good though

i love polynomials

wow ill definitely use them then

It was an arithmetic error I believe

aw well at leasy you understand the logic behind it

Ya I do

Khan Academy is one of the best that i know of

If your school has any math textbook i would definitely look at thoughts

**My advice for textbooks**

- read through the entire lesson 2 or more times
- do many practice problems
- Go to each lesson and do problems from each lesson
- read the example problems and try their method (Do your teachers methods as well!)

teachers often use problems from your textbooks and problems yall have done

**Advice for tests/quizzes**

Do all the problems 2 times and check using methods

this is a great idea tbh

because i have a school textbook but i never read it

i like to wing my tests

rarely study

and always get at least 90

So, I’m trying to make a game where you draw parabolas, because I love parabolas, but I don’t know how to get the code where the lines are really straight. I’m not sure if this is the right topic, but as the game is about parabolas (maths) and I’m assuming the code has loads of maths, does anyone know how to get the code?

Code for a parabola?

A parabola is a function, so you will input an x value and the result will be a y value.

Off the top of my head, the code should look something like this:

```
Set (📱x value) to 312
Repeat 100 times
Draw a trail color ⚫️ width 5
Set position x (📱x value) y (((3)x((📱x value)^2))+(📱x value)+(250))
Increase (📱x value) by 2
```

You can play around with the numbers to make it look like you want, but the important part is that the x value is a steadily increasing variable while the y position is set to the standard form for a quadratic equation: ax^{2}+bx+c

a controls how narrow or wide the parabola will be (and whether it opens up or down)

b will move the parabola horizontally

c will move it vertically

The original set block for the x value will be where the left side starts

The number by which you increase x will determine how quickly the parabola will draw

You might wanna check out this post which contains a link to a project in which I had a parabola.

I can speak Collage Level mathanese…

what’s 9/3