Here's a cover letter I did regarding a project that I worked on in math:

This project was alright, I have to say. While in the past, math classes were not project based, this has breathed new life into math for me. We didn’t entirely have a final product, we did learn using the same procedures as project-based learning. I didn’t learn all too much, as I’ve been in this math class before, but I have reviewed and retained the knowledge. So, in this project we’ve worked on, we have tried to find the maximum amount of profit a family business can make, using algebra. I quickly, and efficiently found the answer, and was able to come to a conclusion using what I have learned. Overall, I would say this was a fairly successful project!

This project was alright, I have to say. While in the past, math classes were not project based, this has breathed new life into math for me. We didn’t entirely have a final product, we did learn using the same procedures as project-based learning. I didn’t learn all too much, as I’ve been in this math class before, but I have reviewed and retained the knowledge. So, in this project we’ve worked on, we have tried to find the maximum amount of profit a family business can make, using algebra. I quickly, and efficiently found the answer, and was able to come to a conclusion using what I have learned. Overall, I would say this was a fairly successful project!

**As a content skill, I learned a bit of trigonometry.**

Although it is very basic, I think that I've learned it as a very consistent skill. Also, it is somewhat applicable, and definitely useful in geometry, as it is a subsection of it. What we learned was how to find the length of a side of a right triangle, only using one angle, and one length of one side. By simply applying the appropriate function, (sine, cosine, or tangent), you can create an equation that allows you to figure out the x value, which is the length of the side you are attempting to find.