M30 IB Probability LP
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PROBABILITY
Day 1
PROBABLILITY is the measure associate with an event A and denoted as P A which takes a
value such that 0 P A 1
In general, the higher the value of P A , the more likely it is that the event A will occur.
If the ev
CHAPTER 7 & 8 EXPONENTS, LOGS
1. 25x 7 87 x
ANS: 22x + 14
3. 93x 4 = 27x 17
ANS:
2.
9 x 3 g27 2 x 7
81x 2
ANS: 34 x35
43
3
Get bases to be the same
93 x 4 =27 x 17
3
2 3 x4
3
= 33
x 17
= 3
6 x 8 =3 x 51
3 x = 43
6 x 8
x=
3 x 51
43
3
5
4.
2
ANS: 25 or
Probability Distributions
Day 1&2
A binomial distribution is an event having 2 possible outcomes ( heads or tails, success or failure,
on or off, king or not a king) Each experiment must be identical and independent.
1
p(s) = 0.25 =
4
3
f = cut is not
Chapters 4 & 5
TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS AND THE UNIT CIRCLE
1. Angles and Angle Measure pg. 166179
Assignment: pg. 175179 #19(odd), 1113(odd)
2. The Unit Circle pg. 180190
Assignment: pg. 186190 #15(odd), 6, 10, 12a, 13
3. Trigonometric Ratios I pg. 191205
TRIGNOMETRIC EQUATIONS AND IDENTITIES
DIPLOMA STYLE QUESTIONS
1. Solve for , where 0 < 360, in the equation 2cos2 + cos = 0.
2. Determine the general solution of tan2 1 = 0, expressed in radians. (SE)
3. For the equation 2cos2x + sinx 1 = 0, find all the
MATH 30-1
Prerequisite: Math 20-1 or Math 30-2
Recommended: 50% or greater in Math 20-1 or Math 30-2
Course Information
The goal of the course is to provide prerequisite attitudes, knowledge, skills and
understandings for success in future math courses th
TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS AND THE UNIT CIRCLE
1. Angles and Angle Measure pg. 166-179
Assignment: pg. 175-179 #1-9(odd), 11-13(odd)
2. The Unit Circle pg. 180-190
Assignment: pg. 186-190 #1-5(odd), 6, 10, 12a, 13
3. Trigonometric Ratios I pg. 191-205
Assign
PERMUTATIONS, COMBINATIONS AND BINOMIAL THEOREM (Answers Below)
DIPLOMA STYLE QUESTIONS
1. How many arrangements of all the letters of the word REASON are there if the arrangement must start
with an S?
2. If all of the letters in the word DIPLOMA are used
PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS
1. Fundamental Counting Principle
Assignment: Workbook: pg. 375 378 #1-14
2. Permutations and Factorial Notation
Assignment: Workbook pg. 382-384 #1-13, pg. 526 of text #22
3. Permutations with Repetitions and Restrictions
As
EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS (Answers Below)
DIPLOMA STYLE QUESTIONS
1. The graph of y = 3x is reflected in the line y = x. The equation of the transformed graph is:
A.
y = log3 x
B.
y = 3log x
C.
y = 3-x
D.
y = -3x
2. The value of log5625 + 3log
TRIGNOMETRICE FUNCTIONS AND THE UNIT CIRCLE (Answers Below)
DIPLOMA STYLE QUESTIONS
1. The angle converted to degrees, is:
2. An angle, in radians, that is co-terminal with 30 is
A.
B.
C.
D.
Use the following information to answer the next question.
3. Th
Lesson A: Introduction to Logarithms
Following the Clues - Part 2
N ow, try what you have learned so far.
Turn to pages 389 to 391 of the textbook, and do questions 1c, 4c, 6a,
9a, 12a and 12b.
You may check your practice work by turning to the Verifyin