Chapter 6 Practice Test Questions
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. How would you graph the solution set for the linear ine
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 3&4 - Trigonometry
Sardis Secondary
Chapter 3: Trigonometry
3.4 Sine Law
For solving some types of _ triangles
Sine law is related to the height of a triangle.
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Math 11 Foundations
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Chapter 4: Trigonometry (Obtuse)
3.6 Sine Law: The _ Case
Say you have a triangle where A=30 and b= 12 What is the height?
What happens if a is 4?
What happens if
Math 11 Foundations
Sardis Secondary
Chapter 3: Trigonometry
3.7 Cosine Law
For non-right triangles that cant be solved with the sine law
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SSS
Cosine Law can be proven based on the _ Theorem
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Math 11 Foundations: Unit 3&4 - Trigonometry
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Chapter 3+4: Trigonometry
3.3 Obtuse Angles
Bigger than _ degrees
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Foundations of Math 11: Unit 5 - Logic
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Unit 1 Overview Logic
Learning Outcomes
D1. Demonstrate an understanding of normal distribution
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Quadratics
Lesson 8: Solving Quadratics Ill: The Quadratic Formula
The Quadratic Formula: to solve forx if ax" +bx+c = 0, where a > 0, use:
a) 3x2+x2=0 &. 1'
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Quadratics
Lesson 6: Solvin QuadraticE uations I: Usin the GC
Quadratic Function Quadratic Equation
Example =2xz+3x5 x2+3 5=0
WIRES d° Y. = 2945* S 2x+ 3x- 5 = o
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Lesson 7: Solving Quadratic Eguations ll Completing the Square
Solving a Quadratic Algebraically (not on GC)
If a quadratic is factorable then it can be solved by factoring, but if it
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Quadratics
Lesson 2: Standard Form of a Quadratic Function
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Lesson 9: The Discriminant
Find the roots of the quadratic equaiion:
i) by graphing and
ii) by the quadratic formula.
a) 2x3 Sx+2=0
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Sequences and Series
Lesson 1: Arithmetic Seguences
Example 1: The Chinese calendar identies years with animals. There are 12
animals, and this year (2012) is the year of the Dragon.
a) What are
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Lesson 4: Mafoin Word Problems |
Example 1: A ball thrown upward reaches a height of h meters after t seconds
according to the function h(t) = -5t2 + 10t + 2. F' M w
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Lesson 3: Changing From General to Standard Form
Any quadratic written in the form y = axz + bx + c, is written in the General Form
ofa Parabola. The general form gives us very littl
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Lesson 1: Introduction to Quadratic Functions
A quadratic function is a function of degree 2 (the highest exponent on the variable is 2).
The equation of a quadratic function can be wr
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 3&4 - Trigonometry
Sardis Secondary
Chapter 3: Trigonometry
3.1 Trigonometric Ratios
A Triangle with a given angle always has the same ratios:
Example: Tangent Ratio
10
6
2
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Math 11 Foundations: Unit 5 - Statistics
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Unit 1: Logic
1.2 Conjecture
If the same result occurs over and over again, we may conclude that it will always occur.
Thi
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 5 - Statistics
Sardis Secondary
Unit 1: Logic
1.3 Counter Examples
Optical Illusions:
Inductive reasoning can easily lead to _
We know that inductive reas
Chapter 5: Statistics
Review
Learning Outcomes
D1. Demonstrate an understanding of normal distribution, including: standard deviation and zscores.
1.1 Explain, using examples, the meaning of standard
Foundations of Math 11: Unit 6 Linear Inequality
Sardis Secondary
Name: _
6.9 Lesson: The Solution Space
SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS SUMMARY:
STEP #1:
STEP #2:
STEP #3:
STEP #4:
STEP #5:
Example: A test is
Foundations of Math 11: Unit 5 - Statistics
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Unit 5 Overview Statistics
Learning Outcomes
D1. Demonstrate an understanding of normal di
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 3&4 - Trigonometry
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Unit 3+4 Review Trigonometry
Prerequisite Skills
1) Triangle Rules
Know the difference between a right triangle
Foundations of Math 11: Unit 7 - Quadratics
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Unit 7 Overview Quadratics
Learning Outcomes
E2. Demonstrate an understanding of the chara
Foundations of Math 11: Unit 7 Quadratics
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Unit 7 Review Quadratics
Learning Outcomes
E2. Demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics of quadratic functions,
including:
vertex,
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 3&4 - Trigonometry
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Chapter 3: Trigonometry
3.9 Sine or Cosine?
Sine Law
Cosine Law
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Unit 6 Overview Linear Inequalities
Learning Outcomes
E1. Model and solve problems that involve systems of linear inequali
Foundations of Math 11: Unit 6 Linear Inequality
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Name: _
Chapter 6 Review
Model and solve problems that involve systems of linear inequalities in two variables.
Prer
Math 11 Foundations: Unit 5 - Statistics
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Unit 1: Logic
1.4 Deductive Reasoning
Inductive reasoning is not a proof of anything except for possibilities that you tested.