Section 3.3: Geometric Sequences and Series
Exercises
State whether the following sequences are geometric or not. If they are, state the first
term and common ratio.
1. 8, 9, 11, 13, 16,
2. 3, 10, 17, 24,
3. 3, 6, 12, 24,
4. 1, 2, 6, 24,
5. 81, 72, 63
Section 2.1: Relations
Exercises
Write the relation as a set of ordered pairs.
1.
x
1
2
3
4
y
4
3
3
4
fruit
apple
orange
banana
mango
peach
apricot
colour
red
orange
yellow
green
blue
purple
2.
Write the relation as a table.
3. cfw_(red,green,(green,red),
Section 3.2: Arithmetic Sequences and Series
Exercises
State whether the following sequences are arithmetic or not. If they are, state the first
term and common difference.
1. 8, 9, 11, 13, 16,
2. 3, 10, 17, 24,
3. 3, 6, 12, 24,
4. 1, 2, 6, 24,
5. 81,
Section 4.3: Applications to Computer Graphics
Exercises
1. Consider the triangle in the diagram below. If the base is 3 units long and the two
sloping sides are each 5 units long, calculate the coordinates of each vertex (corner).
2. Use the same diagram
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Section 2.2 Exercises
1. For a database of Camosun College students, would the student name be a key?
2. For a database of Camosun College students, would the student number be a key?
3. For a database of Canadian citizens, would the social insuran
Section 4.4: Trig Functions of Any Angle
Exercises
For the following angles in standard position, sketch the angle (including the swirly line
to show direction of rotation).
1. 150
2. 335
3. 420
4. 135
5. 530
6. 540
For the following angles, list one posi
Section 4.1: Introduction to Trigonometry
Exercises
Calculate the remaining side for the following right triangles. Give exact answers.
1.
13
5
2.
1
2
3.
A
3
7
4.
15
8
B
5. a = 2, b = 3
6. a = 15 , c = 4
7. b = 1, c = 5
8. a = 6, b = 8
9. a 3 5, b 5
10. b
Section 4.2: Applications of Right Triangles
Exercises
Solve the following right triangles, rounding approximate answers to one decimal place.
1.
a = 5.2
b = 6.7
b = 0.6
A = 38
2.
3.
a = 81
A = 37
4.
B = 57
c = 54
5.
B = 55
A = 35
6.
a=2
c=5
7. a = 18, b
CALCULUS
This introduction will be light on theory, but will give enough "recipes" that you
should be able to follow things in a course where there is no prerequisite for
calculus, but the prof wants to use "just a little bit".
There are two types of calc