Yep, you read that right! We have just completed the last lesson for the 2018-2019 school year. Unless you consider a review (or two) a lesson, then we aren’t done yet.
In Algebra II, this last lesson involved looking at applications of rational expressions and a few “complicated” rationals equations. They weren’t really that bad, but we did have to reach back and remember what it meant to have a least common multiple. Then, in the word problems (a.k.a. the applications), we had a little visit from the subject called Physics. Hopefully now you can see just how related Math and Science really can be in the real world.
In Geometry, this last lesson involved Geometric Probability. This basically involved probability used different geometric shapes. Whether it’s a circle, a triangle, a line segment, etc., we can use geometric probability to help us figure out our chances of landing in a certain area.