In order to do this math report writeup, you need to solve the problem but if you can write a 10 page report and analysis I can pay more. The file task 1 is the task I would like you to do a report on and I have attached an example of another report for reference.
Here is details on how to write the report:
Criterion A: Introduction
-a clear statement of the task and a clear description of the plan. Make it relate to your investigation. I should be able to read your title and know 3 things. Both of the variables and guess on if they are related or not.
- The statement. It should be explicit. It should be clear. It should outline what you are going to do with the numbers you a likely to collect. I should now know 4 things. Both of your variables, a small prediction, and the math you plan to do to it.
- Make an introduction. Maybe there is a reason you chose these variables? Are you interested in something about them? Also you can give a brief explanation of WHY you think they should be related.
Tasks will probably be set before students are aware of the notation and/or terminology to be used. Therefore the key idea behind this criterion is to assess how well the students&rsquo; use of terminology describes the context. Teachers should provide an appropriate level of background knowledge in the form of notes given to students at the time the task is set.
Correct mathematical notation is required, but it can be accompanied by calculator notation, particularly when students are substantiating their use of technology.
This criterion addresses appropriate use of mathematical symbols (for example, use of &ldquo; &asymp; &rdquo; instead of &ldquo; = &rdquo; and proper vector notation).
Criterion B: Information/measurement
-The relevant information collected, or set of measurements generated, is organized in a form appropriate for analysis and is sufficient in both quality and quantity.
Criterion C: Mathematical Processes
- accurately carries out a number of relevant sophisticated processes.
-writes down mathematical computations with explanation.
-Graphs, tables and diagrams should accompany the work in the appropriate places. Graphs must be correctly labelled or a calculator &ldquo;screen dump&rdquo; are acceptable providing that all items are correctly labelled.
Criterion D: Interpretation of results
3 The student produces a comprehensive discussion of interpretations and conclusions that are consistent with the mathematical processes used.
For the conclusion also refer to the real world.
-give a proof or justification of the correct statement