Day 1: Review Trigonometry.
Day 2: 2.1 Angles in Standard Position Day 3: 2-2 Trigonometric Ratios of Any Angle (Part 1) Day 4: 2-2 Trigonometric Ratios of Any Angle (Part 2) Day 5: The Sine Law Day 6: The Sine Law - the Ambiguous Case Day 7: The Cosine Law To do a retest, you must show me that you have worked on practising the material. The "tickets" for the restests are below. Complete the "ticket" on separate sheets of paper to hand in:
Chapter 3 Quadratic Functions: p. 201 #1-11, 14, 15 (for 15, pick your own origin) Chapter 4 Quadratic Equations: p. 258 #1, 6-9, 13, 14 odd, 15, p. 262 #14 Chapters 8&9 Systems of Equations and Inequalities: p. 457 #2, 3, 8, 10, p. 459 #4, 5 Chapter 5 Radical Expressions & Equations: Do Chapter 5 Review package from bcmath Chapter 6 Rational Expressions & Equations: p. 352 #6, 9 & 10 (both odd), 12, 15 odd, 20 odd Chapter 7: ask me See post below for notes and homework files. 7.1: Absolute value 7.2: Absolute Value Functions 7.3: Absolute Value Equations 7.4: Reciprocal Functions 7.4 Homework_ (bcmath) 7.4 Key p1, p2 top, p2 bottom, p3 (The colours I used for the asympotes did not come out on the scan. Draw in your asymptote with dashed lines!) Chapter 7 Review and Key_ Test: Tuesday, May 26 - - There are a total of 8 unit tests. There is no time for a final exam.
- - You may take up to 3 retests. Note that a retest may be harder than the original test.
- - It is recommended that you "save" one of your retests for the Trigonometry Chapter, which is towards the end of the semester.
- - "Ticket" to retest: To show that you have worked to prepare for the retest, you must submit the following:
- For Chapter 3: do Practice Test, p. 201 #1-11, 14, 15 (choose your own origin and solve)
- For Chapter 4: do p. 258 #1, 6-9, 13, 14 odd, 15, p. 262 #14.
- - Retest day for April: Thursday, April 16 after school. If you retest on this day, your marks will be updated in time for the next report card. There will be other retest days after the report card.
Day 1: 8.1 Solving Systems of Equations Graphically
Day 2: 8.2 Solving Systems of Equations by SUBSTITUTION Day 3: 8.3 Solving Systems of Equations by ELIMINATION Day 4: 8.4 Solving Problems with Systems of Equations Day 5: 9.1 Linear Inequalities in 2 Variables Day 6: 9.3 Quadratic Inequalities in 2 Variables Day 7: 9.2 Quadratic Inequalities in 1 Variable Day 8: Review Day 9: Tuesday, April 14, Chapter 8-9 Test March 2: 4.1 Graphical solutions of quadratic equations March 4: 4.2 Factoring polynomials March 5-6: 4.2 Factoring quadratic equations (The Zero-Product Principle) March 23: 4-3 The Square Root Principle March 24: 4-3 Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square March 25: 4.4 The Quadratic Formula March 26: 4.4 The Discriminant March 27: Review Chapter 4 :In class, we practised from p. 261 #1,2,4,6-9, 14 and p. 242 #13 in preparation for test. Monday, March 30: Chapter 4 Test Here are some videos on completing the square and factoring: Feb. 11 Review of Polynomials Feb. 12: Relations and Functions Feb. 13: Quadratic Functions Feb. 16: a, Vertical Stretch and Reflection Feb. 17: Graphing quadratics: the p and q parameters Feb. 18: Combining Transformations Feb. 23: Modelling problems (bridges) Feb. 24: Completing the Square (a=1) Feb. 25: Completing the Square (a <> 1) Feb. 26: Optimization Problems (area, product of numbers, revenue) |
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