Sadia Kamran
Key Questions Unit 2
Lesson 6:
31. Degree: 3, Dominant term: 8x3
32. Domain: cfw_x | x R; Range: cfw_y | y -5, y 5
33. i matches with c; ii matches with a; iii matches with b
34. g (x) -> ; g (x) ->
35.
a)
D
Maximum number of zeros: 3
f (x)
Unit 1 Lesson 1
1.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
(2x3)(-7x5) = -14x8
-45x5y7z9/9x7y7z5 = -5x-2y0z4
(-5x4)3 = -125x12
(3x4y5z7)5/(-3x3yz4)7 = 1x-1y18z7
(xa+b)a-b/(xa-2b)a+2b = x1/4 or 4x
a.
b.
c.
d.
6-2 = 1/36
253/2 = 125
-85/3 = -32
625-3/4 = 1/125
2.
3.
a. 93x272x813
Lesson 8 Assessment Answers
Hugo Cortes Ruiz_MHF4CU_Lesson 3 assessment for learning
Task 1: Knowledge and Understanding questions
1. State the dominant term, leading coefficient, and degree of the polynomial for
the function f(x) = 3(x + 4)2 (4x 1)(x 5)2
Assessment of Learning:
Teacher-marked
Lesson 5: Exponential and logarithmic equations
Assessing your knowledge of
exponential and logarithmic
equations
You are a quarter of the way through this course. This is an Assessment of Learning, which is
used to
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MDM4U
Lesson 15 Assessment
Task 1: Its all in the cards.
1. A card is drawn from a standard deck of 52 playing cards. Leave answers as fractions in lowest
terms and odds as a ratio in lowest terms. Find each of the following probabilities or
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MATH 1013A,B 3.0
APPLIED CALCULUS I
SECTION A: Prof. Szeto
B: Prof Taylor
NAME:
STUDENT #:
SECTION:
Final Exam:
15:30 (3 Hour Exam)
Version B: Wednesday Feb 21, 2001,
Tait McKenzie Bldg, Upper Gym.
Aids allowed; Notes on 4 (four) sides only of 8.5x11 inch
(Marks)
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MATHIOIBB 3.0 Test no. 2 F2010
Time: 45 minutes Value: 100 marks
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(15) a) Beginning with the denition of a derivative. as a limit, evaluate a
Key Questions Unit 5
Lesson 16
63.
Equation 1: y = 2x; 0 x 120 (2 minutes converted to 120 seconds)
Equation 2: y = 240; 120 x 150 (2 m/s x 120s = 240m standing for 30s)
Equation 3: y = 5(150 x) + 240; 150 x 198 (he went down the road at 2m/s into 120s
w
Sadia Kamran
Key Questions Unit 3
Lesson 11:
50.
a) 6/4 = 1.5 radians
b)
6
2
c) Degrees are defined so that there are 360 in a full circle. Radians are defined on a
unit circle. A unit circles circumference is 2, which equals 360. If you divide this
by tw