3.3 Tone and Mood
The visual I chose was Image 2
The adjective I used for mood is: Ominous
The adjective I used for tone is: Frightened
Paragraph: Everything was hidden beneath the shadows of the night except a small trail that was shining from the moons
Math 20-1 Year End Review Package Key
Chapter 1 Sequences & Series
1) The value of n will be a natural number
2) Discrete. Values between the terms of the sequence
are not included in the sequence.
3) A
4) 5, 7, 9
5) d = 4, tn = 4n + 3
6) d = 7, t1 = -19
Math 20-1 Year End Review Questions
Contents
Chapter 1 Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series . 2
Practice Questions: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Pre-Calculus 11 Pages 133 134, 136 137 . 2
Chapter 2 Trigonometry . 4
Practice Questions: McGraw-Hill Ryerson
Mathematics 20-1
Functions Review
10
1. Consider the function f (x) x 5.
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a) Sketch the graph of y | f (x)|.
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b) Determine the x-intercept of the graph of y | f (x)|.
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c) State the domain and range of the graph of y | f (x)|.
-10 -8 -6 -4 -2
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-2
-4
Mathematics 20-1
Nonlinear Systems and Inequalities Review
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Unit 2 Non-Linear Systems and Inequalities
Multiple Choice
For #1 to 7, select the best answer.
1.What is the solution to the following linear-quadratic system of equations?
y 3x 3
y x2 4x 1
A c
Mathematics 20-1
Cumulative #2 Review
For Unit 1 &2 please refer to Cumulative #1 Review
Unit 3 Radicals
Multiple Choice
For #1 to 5, select the best answer.
1. Which mixed radical is equal to 486a 4b in simplest form?
A 3a 2 54b
C 2ab 86
B 9a 2 6b
D 2ab
Mathematics 20-1
Cumulative #1 Review
Unit 1 Quadratic Functions and Equations
Multiple Choice
For #1 to 10, select the best answer.
1. Which of the following does not represent a quadratic function?
A y = (x 3)2 + 8
B y = (x + 6) 2
C y = 3x2 7x + 2
D y +
RADIAN MEASURE &
ARC LENGTH
math 30-1| trigonometric functions|
lesson 3-1
RADIAN MEASURE & ARC LENGTH
up until now, we have used degrees to measure
angles.
a degree is actually not a real number based on any
measurement, but rather an arbitrary unit. I
' Mathematics 3o-1:Uni; Lesson 8; Logarithmic Laws and Equations
Following the Clues Part 1
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 400 and 401 in your textbook,and do questions 1c, 2c,
2d, 3b, 3c, 5a, 6a, 6b, 9c, 10b, 12c, and 13a to 13c.
Lesson 8: Logarithmic Laws and Equations
Following the Clues - Part 2
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 412 to 414 in your textbook, and do questions 1b, 1c, 2a,
2c, 4a, 4c, 5a, 5d, 7d, 8c, and 13a to 13c.
You may check your practice
Lesson A: Transforming Functions athematics 30-1: Unit3
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Following the Clues - Part 3
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 38 to 41 in your textbook and do questions 1a, 1b, 3, 4a,
4b, 6c, 6d, 6e, 7a, 7c, 7f, 12a and 12b.
You may chec
Lesson A; Introduction to Logarithms
Following the Clues - Part 2
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 389 to 391 of the textbook, and do questions 1c, 4c, 6a,
9a, 123 and 12b.
You may check your practice work by turning to the "Verifying
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Now, you can try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 201 to 203 in your textbook and do questions la, lb, ll,
321, 3d, 3f, 4a, 4c, 6a, 6b, 6d, 60, 8a to Sc, 9a, 9c, 90, 10a, 10d, 1151, 11c,
12a, 19a, and 19b.
You may check your practice work b
Mathematics 301: Uni Lesson B: Transforming Functions
Following the Clues Part 3
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 354 to 356 of the textbook and do questions 1a to 1d, 3e,
4a to 4d, 9a to 9d.
You may check your practice work by refer
Lesson A: Transforming FunctiOns athematics 3o-1: Unit3
Following the Clues - Part 4
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 51 to 55 in your textbook and do questions 2a, 2b, 3a to
3c, 4a, 5b, 5d, St, 6.3 to 6e, 15a to 15d, 19a and 19b
You
Lesson A: Introductionto Logarithms athematicsgo-1:Unitl, ]
Following the Clues Part 1
Now, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 380 and 381 in your textbook, and do questions 2a to
2d, 4a to 4d, 7a to 7c, 12a to 12d, 14a, 14b, 15, 16, and 19.