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T-Total.My aim to find different digits/numbers in the letter T using different grids. And then we have to record the results in a separate table as l am working with each grid.

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Introduction

AIM

My aim to find different digits/numbers in the letter T using different grids. And then we have to record the results in a separate table as l am working with each grid.

Introduction

During this coursework l attend to solve the problem and show it to the examiner by investigation the formula of the t-total for example 9n-4 something like that. Then l intend to explore the connection between the t-total and t-numbers relationship l am also going to find the patterns between the t-number and the t-total will also evaluate the finding and the investigation.l will do the extension.

I will now show you how l will get the results and how that l predicted that it was going to come next as the t-total and how l finds the relation ship (formula) and what the pattern is.

Know l is going to on grid 9 x 9 grid. This how it looked like know I am going to show the results predications and the relationship.

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All the bottom numbers are the T-number.

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I used the same method again when the T-number is at the bottom of the letter T.

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RELATIONSHIP

5n-49

As l said before that l predicted that the T-total would go up in fives and that what it is.

For the pattern l used the same method as before. the pattern is 4 the same this time along so lam predicating that the pattern is always going up in 4.according to the results l have so far think that all of the relationships and the patterns are going to end up the same.

After that l did the last and final one which is the 7x7.

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I used the same method and made no changes with what l have done.

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l also used the same method as all of the ones l did before. Yet again the T-total has only risen by 5.and the pattern is the same 4 as before. This proves that all my predications are all right all like l said before.

Investigation

I  am going  to further with my investigation by rotating T 90 degrees anticlockwise am going to do this and find out if the results,prediciting and the relationship are the same or right.

Findings

I have compared all my results and found another pattern, which is starting from the grid 10x10 to grid 7x7 or maybe under the T-total goes lower by three. But if you look at this other way the T-total goes three higher.

Evaluation

 In these results l have found a lot of patterns and l have found the formulas of the relationship. Such as the grid 10x10 to the grid 7x7 or maybe under the T-total goes lower by three and the pattern is T-number T-total equals the pattern which for the 9x9 are 4.l will do more investigation by rotating the letter T 90 degrees anti-clockwise and do the same as before. To improve this l would either enlarge it or rotate it more.

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Conclusion

I used the same method again and l succeeds and know l am pretty much sure that the method will work all the time and l will work with this method all the time.

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Relationship:  5n-7

I think that the pattern and the formulas are the same because the T-number and the T-total are going in the same sort of pattern this is why T-totals and the T-numbers formulas are the same.

I’m predicting that the formulas are going to be the same as they are already are.

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I have usedthe same method as l haveused in the three before.

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Relationship: 5n-7

My prediction was right yet again l thought that all of the relationships would be the same and they are all the same. All the patterns the same and l was pleased with the results l have got and now l think my investigation is complete that l had to do.

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