Math 201 Chapter 5 Radical Expressions and Equations Review (Answers Below)
Section 5.1 Working with Radicals
1. Convert each mixed radical to an entire radical
a. 16 7
b.  3 5 2
c. 6 x 3 2
d.  8y
( y)
3
2. Convert each entire radical to a mixed radica
Chapter 9
INEQUALITIES
Day 1 Shading linear inequalities with 2 variables
Reviewing single variable inequalities:
Instead of having an exact solution by using an equal sign, we can have a range of solutions that
satisfy an inequality by using inequalities
Day 1
Matrices
Matrix rectangular array of numbers arranged in rows and columns.
5
7
1
5
4
a square matrix of order 2 2
is
 3
2 3
is a 2 3 matrix ( It has 2 rows and 3 columns)
7 9
The numbers in a matrix are called elements and z23 = 9 is the element
CHAPTER 4  QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
DAY 1
Quadratic Equation
any equation that can be written in the form , a 0
So a quadratic function and quadratic equation are very similar. Both have where
But a quadratic function is written
While a quadratic equation is
Math 20 1: Trigonometry
* Your calculator must be in DEGREE mode during this unit!
DAY 1 Angles in Standard Position
Standard Position
Angles are placed in standard position so they can be compared.
Angles in standard position all have the same perspect
Math 201 Chapter 5 Radicals
Radical Expressions and Equations
Day 1&2: The Real Number System (5.1)
Radical The root of a quantity
Note The index shows the type of root
ie is a fourth root
If there is no number in the index, the root is a square root
Math 20 1: Trigonometry
* Your calculator must be in DEGREE mode during this unit!
DAY 1 Angles in Standard Position
Standard Position
Angles are placed in standard position so they can be compared.
Angles in standard position all have the same perspect
CHAPTER 4  QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
DAY 1
Quadratic Equation
any equation that can be written in the form
ax 2 bx c 0
,a0
So a quadratic function and quadratic equation are very similar. Both have
But a quadratic function is written
where
a0
y or f x
While
MATH 201
RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
CH 6
Day 1
Rational Expressions:
any expression that can be written in the form
and b 0. eg.
ie
a
where a and b are polynomials
b
3x 2 10x 6
.
4x 7
2
p
x 1
,
, 2
, m 2 16
y p7 x 4
Are all rational expressions
I. Nonpermissib
UNIT 4 SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES
Chapter 8 Review of Systems of Equations
Day 1 Solving Graphically (all functions)
Solving a system of equations is finding a common point of 2 or more equations.
In Math 10 Common, we learned how to solve thes
CHAPTER 3  QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
DAY 1 and half of DAY 2
In this section, we are going to compare the graph to the graph of .
It is interesting to note that while our textbook use the equation , some texts use the equation . There is no
difference!
In your
MATH 201
RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
CH 6
Day 1
Rational Expressions:
any expression that can be written in the form
and b 0. eg.
ie
a
where a and b are polynomials
b
3x 2 +10x 6
.
4x 7
2
p
x +1
,
, 2
, m 2 16
y p 7 x 4
Are all rational expressions
I. Nonpermis
M201 R TRIG.doc
MATH 201
TRIG
REVIEW
NAME _
I. The point (4, 7) is on the terminal arm of angle . Find exact values of:
1. sin
II. If cos =
_
2. sec
_
5
and sin < 0, find exact values of:
13
1. sin
_
2. tan
_
III. Find one positive and one negative
M201 Unit 2 Quadratics Review.docx
_ will ace tomorrow's test!
MATH 201 Unit 2 : QUADRATICS REVIEW
Section 3.1 Vertex Form of Quadratics
1. Which of the following represents a quadratic function?
a) y = (x + 3)2 x2
b) y = (3 x)2 + x2
c) y = (x 1)3 x2
d)
Math 201 Chapter 7 Absolute Value Review (Answers Below)
Section 7.1 Absolute Value
1. In your own words give a definition of absolute value
2. Evaluate
a.
b.
6
d.

2
3
g.
 1 +3
2 4
e.
1 3
2 4
h.
5  2
f.
c.

1.2  1.5
i.
3  4
4
3. Evaluate
a. 3
M201 R Ch 1 Arith & Geo Seq & Ser.doc
Math 201
1.
Review Patterns (Answer Below)
Which sequence has a common difference of 5?
a. 18, 23, 24 . . .
2.
b. 18, 23, 28 . . .
c. 3, 7, 11 . . .
d. 17, 12, 7 . . .
Which of the following is a geometric sequence?
M201 Ch 6 Ratn Exp Review.doc
Math 201 Chapter 6 Review (Answers Below)
Section 6.1 Rational Expressions
1. What is a nonpermissible value? In terms of rational expression when would a non
permissible value arise?
2. What are the non permissible values
Lesson Plans
Lesson 1 (Day 1 & 2)
Patterns
Introduction to sequences and Arithmetic Sequences
Assignment: Pages 16  19: 1 a  c 2 b, d 3 c 4 a, c 5 a, b 7, 9, 11, 16, *24
Lesson 2 (Day 2 & 3)
Arithmetic Series
Assignment: Pages 27  30: 1 b, c, d 2 b, d
VECTORS
This is an IB unit not found in the Alberta curriculum. The assignment questions are at the end of this
unit as there are no questions in the textbook. As you proceed through the notes, there will be a
statement indicating what questions from the
1
DAY 1
Section 7.1
Math 201
Unit 3 Functions and Equations
Chapter 7 Absolute Value and Reciprocal Functions
Section 7.1 Absolute Value
Objective
To be able to:
Define and recognize absolute values of numbers and expressions
Understand and apply the d
CHAPTER 3  QUADRATIC FUNCTIONS
DAY 1 and half of DAY 2
In this section, we are going to compare the graph
y x2
to the graph of
It is interesting to note that while our textbook use the equation
equation
y a x h k
2
y a x p q
2
y a x p q
2
.
, some texts