Jason Moore

## Basics of Statistics

These are my notes and thoughts on an introduction to statistics.

Jason Moore

## Logarithmic Functions In Algebra

These are my notes on logarithmic functions in Algebra.

Jason Moore

## Exponential Functions

These are my notes and how to work on exponential functions in Algebra.

Jason Moore

## Mars, The Red Planet

If you have ever wondered about Mars, we talk a lot about its properties and what makes it wonderful in this section.

Jason Moore

## Inverse Functions In Algebra

If you need some help understanding inverse functions in Algebra, this guide I wrote explains them with several examples.

Jason Moore

## The Rocky Planet Venus

To continue my planet series, this guide is on Venus, the Rocky Planet!

Jason Moore

## Composition Of Functions

The composition of functions is a way to build functions from separate parts. If you are unsure how they work, here is my guide explaining the process.

Jason Moore

## The Cratered World Of Mercury

This is my short guide to Mercury. In it, I discuss its major attributes and origin.

Jason Moore

## Power Functions and Exponents

In this document, we discuss power functions and how exponents affect them.

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## How To Solve Algebraic Inequalities

Polynomial and rational inequalities are all about finding boundary numbers. In this document, let me show you how to do that with some examples.

Jason Moore

## Dark Matter In The Universe

This brief document will be over dark matter in the universe and why there are issues with the calculated mass of galaxies.

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## Why Is There Debris In The Galaxy

Space debris results from the various asteroid belts in our galaxy and the collisions within that send large objects in all different directions.

Jason Moore

## The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra

The fundamental theorem of algebra says that every polynomial has at least one complex number as a solution.

Jason Moore

## Why Does The Earth Support Life

The Earth supports life because it is the right distance from the Sun and has several processes that are perfectly balanced so that life thrives.

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## Why Do We Factor Polynomials

We factor polynomials because they give us points on their curve. These points allow us to analyze functions and solve equations for the values we need.

Jason Moore

## How Do Telescopes Work

The telescope is our most important tool in Astronomy and is used to observe faraway celestial objects and electromagnetic radiation.

Jason Moore

## Nonlinear Functions in Algebra

Functions are a way to understand how one quantity grows or decreases compared to another quantity.  Nonlinear functions, which we will discuss here, are functions that have different growth rates.

Jason Moore

## Introduction To The Solar System

Learning Astronomy is a constant process. That is what makes it so interesting. In this article, Introduction to the solar system, I talk about why it is interesting and how many parts of it were formed.

Jason Moore

## Transforming Graphs In Algebra

Graphs are useful tools. We use them to show a lot of information visually. In this article, I want to show how functions are transformed in graphs.