Mathematics 30-2: Module 1
1
Assignment
MODULE 1 ASSIGNMENT
Out of 13
Lesson 3: Application of Sets
Perjeet asked 85 students what sciences they were taking in Grade 12.
45 students were taking physics.
35 students were taking chemistry.
15 students were

Mathematics 30-2: Module 1
Out of 25
1
Assignment
MODULE 1 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 2: Introduction to Sets
1. Akmid drew a Venn diagram.
a. Describe what sets A, C, H, and S might represent. [4]
Answer:
Set A probably represents sports equipment and clothing. S

Polynomial Functions Project
Conclusion:
I think Ive learned a lot from this unit. Mostly that there is math all around us. In
nature, architecture, objects. Its also interesting to see that the placement of a
parabola on a graph can change the equation s

Set Theory Project
Part 1
At a concert, five bands The Eels, The Bears, The Clouds, The Vines and The Jeans
performed five composed songs. Two by The Beatles, two by ACDC and one by
Nirvana. There were three Guitar Playing band and Two Singing bands. Each

Mathematics 30-2: Module 1
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Assignment
MODULE 1 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 1: Strategy in Games, Puzzles, and Patterns
1. Complete Your Turn on page 49 of your textbook. Note: If you require help in solving the puzzle,
read Example 4 on pages 48 and 49

Mathematics 30-2: Module 7
1
MODULE 7 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 5: Laws of Logarithms
1.Fully simplify each of the following using the laws of logarithms. Be sure to show all steps.
a. log5 4 + log5 2
Answer:
2
b. 9 log3 9 + log3 81
Answer:
2012 Alberta Educatio

Module 7 Project
At the Movies
Part 1: Analyzing Data
Activity 1: Weekly Revenue
1)
a) Domain and Range and explain your answer.
The domain is: cfw_ x | x E R
The Range is: cfw_ y | y 0, y E R
The domain is cfw_ x | x E R because the domain is all values

Mathematics 30-2: Module 6
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Assignment
MODULE 6 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 4: Modelling Data with Sinusoidal Functions
1. Recall the information in Focus about the lynx and hare populations. A student determined a
sinusoidal regression function of the f

Sinusoidal Functions Project
Number of Daylight Hours
1
32
61
92
122
152
182
213
Number of
Daylight
Hours at
Equator
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
244
274
Number of
Daylight Hours at
Latitude 30
Number of
Daylight Hours at
North Pole
7.8
9.0
10.7
12.8
14.6
16.0

Mathematics 30-2: Module 6
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1
Assignment
SINUSOIDAL ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 1: Radian Measure
1. Estimate the number of radians for a measure of 210. Sketch this angle. You can insert your
sketch in the space provided. [2]
Answer:
Estimate number of rad

Mathematics 30-2: Module 4
1
Assignment
MODULE 4 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 3: Modeling Data with a Curve of Best Fit
1. Liam was practicing his shot put throws for an upcoming track meet. His coach took pictures of the
ball with a time-lapse camera and measured t

Mathematics 30-2: Module 4
1
Assignment
MODULE 4 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 1: Polynomial Functions and Their Graphs
1. For each of the following polynomial functions, describe these characteristics:
degree
number of x-intercepts and
coordinates of the x-interce

Mathematics 30-2: Module 4
1
Assignment
MODULE 4 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 2: Modelling Data with Lines of Best Fit
1. Determine the independent and dependent variables for each relationship. Justify your reasoning.
a. The number of hours you practise your favour

Mathematics 30-2: Module 5
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1
Assignment
MODULE 5 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 1: Simplifying Rational Expressions
1. a. Discuss the similarities and differences between a rational number and a rational expression. [2]
Answer:
A rational number and a ration

Mathematics 30-2: Module 5
1
Assignment
MODULE 5 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 5: Applications of Rational Equations
1. In this lesson you learned how to analyze and organize information in preparation for solving
different word problems. Use a graphic organizer or o

Mathematics 30-2: Module 5
1
Assignment
MODULE 5 ASSIGNMENT
Lesson 2: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
1.
Multiply the following rational expressions. Express the answer in simplified form, and state any
restrictions.
a.
Answer:
35(-1)
-X4
NP

Dice Applet
Roll
1
2
3
Expression
on Die 1
Expression
on Die 2
Are They
Equivalent?
No
If so, what
was
multiplied?
5
5
N/A
30
5X + 15
1 - X2
8X + 8
5X
2X 3
6
X+3
1
2X2
- (X -1)
8
Yes
No
N/A
My Dice Game
Roll
1
2
3
Equation
t
t
- - - = 1
15 25
12
12
- - -