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039-Song PARAdy: "MCF 3M Course"

posted Jun 27, 2015, 6:18 AM by Gregory Taylor   [ updated Jun 27, 2015, 6:35 AM ]
PARA SINGS 13
(barely feat. Expona)
ax2 + bx + c  presents....

"MCF 3M Course"
  (*aka "Pop Music 101", Marianas Trench)

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MCF 3M Course
Has functions at it’s source
That’s a special relation
So let’s learn, notation.

A line has range and domain
Those values we obtain
And then in the same vein SWAP...
Into quadratics.

[STRAND 1]
There’s our parabola,
Symmetry when we draw
The quadratic formula (yeah)
I love that (yeah) for solving

B-squared minus 4-a-c
The discriminant’s that easy
Don’t forget the vertex form
To give you the steps to transform

Three strands, nine expectations,
Watch the order of operations,
Practice those applications...
Functions galore!

Now here’s the ones you should quote:
The x-squared turns around we note,
Exponent x means asymptote,
Then sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x)

Patterns can make this more clear,
Differences, ratios appear.
Work hard, right through ‘till end of year,
x-squared, exponents and sine x
x-squared, exponents and sine x

[STRAND 2]
Sine graph looks like a wave
Period we will crave
Amplitude, axis too
(Phase shift out of the blue)

If we model x as time
These circles are so sublime
Round and Round
 (yay! whoa!) ... oh yeah.

Then there’s cos and tan,
Triangles need a plan.
Proportions? Sine law then.
If not we’ll - need - co-sine - law.
(Tangent’s slope)

Three strands, nine expectations,
Watch the order of operations,
Practice those applications.
(Don’t forget - functions are relations!)

Whoa! Now here’s the ones you should quote:
The x-squared turns around we note,
Exponent x means asymptote,
Then sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x)

Patterns can make this more clear,
Differences, ratios appear.
Work hard, right through ‘till end of year,
x-squared, exponents and sine x
x-squared, exponents and sine x

[STRAND 3]
There are exponent laws we can use.
There are exponent laws we can use.
There are exponent laws we can use.
IF we keep the SAME BASE.

The base is, the value, that gives us,
Growth or decay. (Yup)
We use percents, and as you sketch,
Y-intercept, relates to stretch.

[Expona Adds:]
Quick now, TVM app! Interest compounds, annuities that switch the formula map and get us to calculate...  (CA$H MONEY!)

F-F-F-Functions galore!

Now here’s the ones you should quote:
The x-squared turns around we note,
Exponent x means asymptote,
Then sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x), sin(x)

Patterns can make this more clear,
Differences, ratios appear.
Work hard, right through ‘till end of year,
x-squared, exponents and sine x
x-squared, exponents and sine x
(Oh. Yeah.)

(..... Graph!)

F of x, use F of x, use (It’s the notation) F of x, use F of x, use it.


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