FC: Bon Jovi Goes to Six Flags
1: Last Summer, Bon Jovi and his carrot family went to Six Flags What follows are a series of problems and experiences that he went through. Please Enjoy...
2: Bon Jovi in the Car | In the summer of 2013, Bon Jovi and his carrot family went to Six Flags. They drove for the eleven hours at a speed of 60 miles an hour. Using the equation 60x=t where x is number of hours driven and t stands for total miles driven, we can tell that Bon Jovi drove 660 miles an hour.
3: Due to the heat, Bon Jovi's grandma was sent to the hospital for boiling. The graph to the left shows the rising hospital bill costs.
4: Bon Jovi Enters Six Flags | Once Bon Jovi left his grandma at the hospital, they arrived at Six Flags. He was two steps away from the enter line and he walked four towards it. This is known as reflection.
5: Good times! | Bon Jovi Goes Up the Hill | At Six Flags, Bon Jovi encouraged his first obstacle: A BIG HILL. Using his handy-dandy protractor, he estimated the slope of the hill to be 3 feet.
6: Bon Jovi Rides a Roller Coaster | Bon Jovi decided that his first ride should be Goliath. It had exponential decay and exponential increase.
7: Good times! | As Bon Jovi began to ride more rides. He came up with a goal. He would ride between 1 and 30 (which was the maximum number of rides there.)
8: Bon Jovi Gets Hungry | Near 12 o'clock, Bon Jovi began to get hungry. He had 54 dollars and each pizza was 2 dollars. He decided to buy 27 pizzas.
9: Good times! | As Bon was eating his pizza, a gust of wind hit him and forced him to drop it. Using the equation f(x)= 5(1.987)^4t, we can estimate that in 20 minutes, there will be 12229 bacteria on the pizza from the floor.
10: Bon Spins His Head Off | After Bon finished his pizza, he walked around the park. He saw the Bahama Blast. He rode it 14 times. His head got really dizzy after all the rotations.
11: Good times! | Bon Goes Back Home | After leaving Six Flags, Bon did a reflection along with his family. They created a graph in which x stood number of rides they got on while y was the amount of fun. They noticed that the more rides they got on, the more fun they had, this showed a positive correlation.