Olympic College - Topic 7 Graphing a Linear Equation
Topic 7 Graphing a Linear Equation
1. The Linear Equation
Definition: A linear equation is one of the form y = mx + b, for example y = 2x 5, where
Math 142 Project 1 Winter 2014
Math 142 Project 1 (50 points)
Due Wednesday 15th January
Students Name :_
Section I: Multiple Choice Questions
1.
Evaluate f(3) for the function f(x) =
A0
2.
B. y = x2
Olympic College - Topic 8 Applications of a Linear Equation
Topic 8 Applications of a Linear Equation
There are a number of practical problems that involve using linear equations. These applications
a
Olympic College - Topic 6 Cartesian Coordinates and Slopes
Topic 6 Cartesian Coordinates and Slopes
1. Cartesian Coordinate System
Definition: The Cartesian Coordinate System way of representing the p
Olympic College - Topic 5 Ratio and Proportions
Topic 5 Ratio and Proportions
1. Ratio
Definition: A ratio is a comparison of two numbers it can be written in three major forms.
For example, 5 to 7 al
Math 142 Test 1 Solutions Winter 2014
Math 142 Test1 Solutions
1. Fill in the missing three coordinates on the Unit Circle drawn below
2.(a)
Convert 4400 to Radians in the range 0 to
4400 = 4400 3600
Olympic College Topic 3 Applications Using Linear Expressions
Topic 3 Applications Using Linear Expressions
Introduction:
In this section we will look at how to take a word problem written in English
Olympic College - Topic 4 Formula
Topic 4 Formula
Introduction:
In many situations in science and business we use formulas. these formula are essentially just an
algebraic expression where the variabl
Olympic College Topic 9 Exponentials
Topic 9 Exponentials
Definition:
In Mathematics an efficient way of representing repeated multiplication is by using
the notation an , such terms are called expone
Topic 10 Scientific Notation
Topic 10 Scientific Notation
Definition: Scientific Notation, also known as Standard Form is a way of writing numbers
that are too large or too small to be written in the
Math 142 Project 1 Winter 2014
Math 142 Project 1 (50 points)
Due Wednesday 15th January
Students Name :_
Section I: Multiple Choice Questions
1.
Evaluate f(3) for the function f(x) =
A0
2.
x 4x
2
C3
Trig Project 1:
Due Wednesday 12th February
(70 points)
1.
The port of Aberdeen has a dock where the sea level varies according to the model.
H(t)
=
100 + 25sin t
24
Where H(t) = height in metres
Trigonometry Take Home Test 1
(40 Points)
Due Monday 27th January
The following test is a take home test; it is designed to be an accurate representation of your
knowledge. In order to achieve this th
Notes on Measuring the Size of an Angle
Radians and Degrees
The usual way to measure an angle is by using degrees
but there is another way to measure an angle and that
is by using what are called a ra
Olympic College Topic 13 Rational Expressions
Topic 13 Rational Expressions
Introduction:
Definition:
A rational expression is one of the form
the top term x2 9 is called
the numerator and bottom term
Olympic College Topic 12 Factorisation
Topic 12 Factorisation
1. How to find the greatest common factors of an algebraic expression.
Definition:
A factor of a number is an integer that divides the num
The Unit Circle
A general point on the Unit Circle with coordinates (x,y) has the
following properties.
sin
=
y
csc
=
cos
=
x
sec
=
tan
=
y
x
cot
=
1
y
1
x
x
y