Day 22
1. Opener
a) The lengths of three sides of a triangle are 7, x+4,
and 2x+1. The perimeter is 36. What is the length
of the longest side?
b) A smaller square lies inside a larger square. The
perimeter of the smaller square is 72cm. The
shaded area i
Day 11
1. Opener
a) Solve for x.
x
5
43
10
b) Give an equivalent trig ratio: sin 30 = _
c) cos 45 = _
d) From $1000 of sales, how much does the average
musician make?
2. Class Enjoyment
Practice
(1.2) pg. 19 # 1 - 6
(1.3) pg. 23 #2 - 7, 10
Challenge
Unit 1 Rational Numbers and Linear Equations
Related Outcomes
Big Idea
Specific Idea
Questions Related
What is a
Rational
Number?
Order a given set of rational
numbers in by placing them on a
number line.
Identify a rational number that is
between two giv
Day5Equations1.notebook
September10,2012
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Page 140 3-4(odds), 5, 7(odds), 8-9, 11, 12(odds), 17
SimpleLinearEquations
We will look at many ways to solve linear equations, it will be up to
you to choose the method or
Name:_
Unit 3 Polynomials
Review Reflection on Related Outcomes
Big Idea
Specific Idea
Questions
Related
What is a
Polynomial?
Using a model representation of a
polynomial.
Page 259 1, 4,
6, 7,
Day6Equations2.notebook
September11,2012
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Page 272-> 5(ace), 6(ab), 7-9, 14-16
x
Solveforx:=c
a
So in general, how do we solve for x?
d
Given the formula
= t , where d= distance, v velocity (speed),
v
and t = time i
Day 1
Welcome to MAP4C - Grade 12 Foundations for
College Mathematics!
My name is Mr. Westwell and Ill be your
teacher this semester.
i) Pick a seat. Any seat.
ii) Take out a pencil.
2. Questions and Questionnaire
2. Questions and Questionnaire
On the bac
Day7Equations3&WordProblems.notebook
September12,2012
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Page272>5(df),6(cd),1013,17
Solveforp:a(p+b)=c
To solve this type of equation we first need to talk about the
distribution property.
Howcanwesimplifythefollowin
WORKSHEET Chapter 2.2 Volume and Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
Prisms
A prism is a three dimensional figure with two equal bases (one at each end). A prism is
named by the shape of its bases; for example, a rectangular prism, or a triangular prism.
Day3multanddivid.notebook
September10,2012
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Page 111-> 4(odds), 9(odds), 11(aei), 12, 17
Page 119 -> 7(odds), 9(odds), 11, 13(odds)
TodaywearegoingtoworkonMultiplyingand
DividingRationalNumbers.
Since most people th
Day 10
1. Opener
a) Did you finish the Unit Circle page? If so, whatd
you find?
b) What are the top 10 most visited cities in the
World?
10. Barcelona
9. Hong Kong
8. Kuala Lumpur
7. Dubai
6. Istanbul
5. New York
4. Singapore
3. Paris
2. London
1. Bangkok
Day 16
1. Opener
1GB = 1024MB
1MB = 1024KB
a) Convert the following units:
4MB = _ KB
7GB = _ MB
1.5GB = _ KB
b) What is the telephone area code for
Cape Canaveral, Florida?
2. Unit Conversion
2. Unit Conversion
a) Convert the following units:
2. Unit Con
Day2Fractions+&.notebook
September06,2012
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Page101>5,7(odds),8(ac),12(afd),13,21,24d,25a,27
Review
1. What is a rational number?
2. Determine the sum: -3.5 + 7.452
3. Determine the difference: -7.5 - 9.8
Dealing wit
Day 13
1. Opener
a)
b) What is the best selling album of all time? Of
all time?
2. Class Enjoyment
Practice
(1.6) pg. 47 # 3, 6, 10 - 12
Chapter 1 Review: pg. 54 #1 - 28
Challenge
(1.6) pg. 49 # 14, 16
Day 7
1. Opener
a)
b)
c) What is the longest anyone has gone without
sleep?
2. Previous Home Enjoyment
Practice
(1.4) # 1a, 3ac, 4iii, 10
Challenge
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triangle
2
8
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8
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3.
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c
2
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triangle
2
2
a +b
b
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Day 9
1. Opener
a) Solve the unknowns below using any method:
i)
32
42
19
x
ii)
25
16
y
14
b) Geographically speaking, which is the most
southern team in CFL history to have won the
Grey Cup?
2. Unit Circle handout
Day 17
1. Opener
a) Solve for the shaded area.
What fraction of the figure
is shaded?
b) If one side length is 12cm long, what is the
area of the figure?
c) What is the longest name of a country
consisting of alternating vowels and
consonants?
United Arab
Day 24
1. Opener
Day 20
1. Opener
Day 24
1. Opener
Day 20
1. Opener
Day 24
1. Opener
Day 24
1. Opener
2. Optimizing Volume and Surface Area
2. Optimizing Volume and Surface Area
2. Optimizing Volume and Surface Area
2. Optimizing Volume and Surface Area
I
Day 12
1. Opener
a)
b) What is considered the biggest blowout in sports
history?
2. Previous Class Enjoyment
Practice
(1.2) pg. 19 # 1 - 6
(1.3) pg. 23 #2 - 7, 10
Challenge
3. Trigonometric Applications
How tall is the tree?
36
47
125 m
4. Chapter 1 Test
Math 12C Unit Test Measurement page 2
Math MAP4C Unit Test Chapter 2 Measurement Fall 2010 6) Find the area of the regular polygon. [5]
Name :>_( cfw_WE lONS Total Marks [Appl] /52
A conversion chart and formula sheet are included in the test.
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Chapter 2: Activate Prior Knowledge B: Perimeter, Area and Volume
Definitions
Perimeter the perimeter of an object is the distance (length) around it.
Area the area of a figure is the number of square units needed to cover it.
- Example: m2, cm2, square f
Chapter 2: Activate Prior Knowledge: Converting Metric / Imperial Measurement
Before Canada adopted the metric system in 1971, we used the imperial system of
measurement. In this unit we will learn to switch (convert) from one system to the other.
Lengths
MAP4C
The Unit Circle
Name: _
Date: _
This is a diagram showing a circle with a radius of one. There is a 40-degree angle drawn on top of
it. Please check now to see that the angle ends at (approximately) the point (0.76, 0.64). We can
approximate to the
Day1PerfectSquares.notebook
September25,2012
SquareRootsandPerfectSquares
What does it mean by saying that an object is a square?
Below is a square with a side length of 10 units.
What is the area of this square?
Now if a square has an area of 100 units2
MAP4C
6.1 Using Formulas to Solve Problems
Date: _
Solve the given questions:
1. The density, D, of an object with mass M and volume V is D =
M
. Determine the density of an
V
object with each mass and volume:
a) M = 200g, V = 10cm 3 b) M = 84kg, V = 4.7L
Day1ModellingPolynomials.notebook
October09,2012
What is the thing we call a Polynomial?
Whyarewegoingto
Apolynomialisamathematicalexpressioninvolvingasum
ofpowerswithoneormorevariablesmultipliedbycoefficients.
studypolynomials?
Polynomials are actually u