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Angry Birds Project

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Alyssa Cabebe

on 3 April 2015

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Angry Birds Project
The objective of this project is to find the best angle through algebra. By guestimating certain points, one can determine which are the best suited to knock down as many obstacles as possible.
Standard Form
y= -.06x^2 + 1.33x - 1.07
Standard Form to Vertex Form by Completing the Square
By using the box method, I was able to determine the vertex form of this equation.
Standard Form
Standard Form to Vertex Form by Completing the Square
Best Opening Shot
Standard to Factored Form
Standard Form
Factored Form
Vertex Form
Alyssa Jillian P. Cabebe
This is the best opening shot because the angle used was good enough to knock down the pieces.
Using the quadratic formula, the a, b, c values were plugged in. Get the negatives of the roots by multiplying it by the answers by -.1
plugging it in the quadratic formula would be easy
determining the y-intercept is shown
when one is unfamiliar with the quadratic equation, mistakes are more likely to occur
roots are already available
cannot be used all the time
if the coefficient has many factors, trial and error would take too long
vertex points (highest or lowest points) are already available
challenging when one is not used to "completing the square"
I honestly think the easiest is the Standard Form because all you need to do is plug it in the Quadratic Formula. Factoring after this form is also very simple. Ergo, why I recommend this form.
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