Foundations of Mathematics 11
Chapter 6- Systems of Linear Inequalities Definitions
Linear inequality: A linear inequality is a relationship between two linear expressions in which
one expression is less than (,), greater than (.), less than or equal to (

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Foundations of Mathematics 11
Chapter 7- Quadratic Functions
7.7 Solving Quadratic Equation Using the Quadratic Formula
Goal: Use the quadratic formula to determine the roots of a quadratic equation
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Example #2: Solve 2 x 5 x 3 0
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Chapter 2 Definitions
Transversal : A line that intersects two or more other lines at distinct points.
Interior angles: Any angles formed by a transversal and two parallel
lines that lie inside the parallel lines.
Exterior angles: Any angles formed by a t

Mathematics 10 F&PC
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Term I Practice Exam
Multiple Choice: Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Marie has 17 yd. of material that she will cut into strips 19 in. wide. How many strips can Marie

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Chapter 3- Acute Triangle Trigonometry
Review & Practice test
Multiple Choice: Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Solve for the unknown angle measure. Round your answ

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Chapter 4- Obtuse Triangle Trigonometry
Review & Practice test
Multiple Choice: Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
_ 1. Determine the unknown angle to the nearest degree.

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Math 11 Foundations
Chapter 2 Angles & Triangles
Practice Test
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1. Which pairs of angles are equal in this diagram?
a. a = b, c = d, and e = f
b. a = e, c = g, and b = f
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c. a = c, e = g, and f = h
d. a = e, b = d, and c = g
2. In which

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Foundations of Mathematics 11
Chapter 7- Quadratic Functions
Factoring Review
We use factoring to be able to discover what the value of a variable when there are multiple answers.
(Usually in formulas where we have x2, x3, etc)
1) Factorin

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Foundations of Mathematics 11
Chapter 6- Systems of Linear Inequalities
6.5 Optimization Problems II: Exploring Solutions
GOAL: Explore the feasible region of a system of linear inequalities.
Words to know:
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Feasible Region: _

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Foundations of Mathematics 11
Chapter 6- Systems of Linear Inequalities
6.6 Optimization Problems III: Linear Programming
Goal: Solve optimization problems.
Example 1:
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