More Exponent Laws Rule #3 Power of a Power Multiply the exponents
(a )
mn
= a mn
Rule #4 Power of a Product Exponent outside the bracket applies to all terms inside the bracket.
( ab ) n
= a nb n
Rule #5 Power of a Quotient Exponent applies to both terms
C hapter 4 Review A system of l inea r equations consists of two or more l inear equations. A solution of a system of two equations in two variables is an ordered pair (x, y) that makes both equations true. This solution is the point w here the graphs int
4.5 Goals:
Solving Systems of Equations by Determinants
Evaluate determinants Use Cramers rule to solve a systemof equations
Purpose: Learn how computers solve a systemof equations
A square matrix has the samenumber of rows and columns. A determinant is a
Name:_
Date:_ Graphing Lines: Three Methods
To graph a straight line you need at least _ points, plus ideally _ extra point to check. We already know how to plot ordered pairs. There are also a few other ways to graph lines.
Method # 1: _ Graph y = 3x 2
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MPM 1D Homework Outline
Monday October 11 Tuesday October 12
Thanksgiving Day Pg. 41# 1-5, 7 a,c,e Topic: Graphing in a Cartesian Homework: pg. 107 #2 4 (a, c, e only)
page 121 #1 10
Wednesday October 13
Topic: Graphing in the Cartesian Plane: Summative A
G rade 9 Academic Level Math 2011
February 3,
Dear Parents/Guardians: The following letter outlines some of the expectations and procedures for the Grade 9 Academic Math course. Supplies: Being prepared is a step toward success. Each student should have t
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Unit #1 Number Sense
Review Day 1: Operations with Negative Numbers (Addition /Subtraction) Read P. 18 Ex #1 and #2 and Do Q# 1 a-e, 3a-e, 5e-j (Multiplication /D ivision) Read P. 19 top of page and Do Q# 1abc, 2abc, 3abcd, 4abc (
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Ministry Document: The Ontario Curriculum Grades 9 and 10: Mathematics 2005 Prerequisite(s): Grade 8 Math Credit(s): 1.0
Course Description:
This course enabl
Operations with Rational Numbers Adding and Subtracting Fractions
When adding and subtracting fractions you need to have a common denominator. Always remember to reduce to lowest terms!
Multiplying Fractions Numerator multiplied by numerator Denominator
December 2010 Hello Parents We have just started the last unit in the Math course, Measurement Geometry. We will explore interior and exterior angles of triangles and other polygons, perimeter and area calculations, as well as volume and surface area for
LINEAR RELATIONS: SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST DATE: Always Sometimes CONCEPT 1. I can plot points on a grid or the X-Y plane. 2. I can make a table of values. 3. I can identify the dependent and independent variables. 4. Given any equation, written in the f
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Student Information Sheet MPM1DI
Ministry Document: The Ontario Curriculum Grades 9 and 10: Mathematics 2005 Prerequisite(s): Grade 8 Math Credit(s): 1.0
Course Description:
This course enabl
The Exponent Laws Exponents have the basic format of: BaseExponent
We are going to look at two exponent laws: 1. Multiplication Law 2. Division Law Rule #1 Multiplication Law The Multiplication Law states that when multiplying two powers with the same bas
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Unit #3 Modelling Using Equations
Lesson #1: Solving Polynomial Equations (I) Read Page 292 Example #1 and #2 Do Page 294 Q# 1 through 6 parts g and j Page 296 Q# 14 gjm, 15 adgj, 18beh, 19bdf Do proper CHECKS for questions 1gj, 5
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Equation of a Line
Topic Slopes and Intercepts Connecting Equations / Graphs Connecting Equations / Quiz Finding the Equation of a Given Line More wit
4.1 Solving systems of linear equations in two variables Goal: Solve two equations with two unknowns Purpose: Find the break-even point where cost is equal to revenue
Review: A solution of an equation in two variables is an ordered pair (x,y) that makes t