Guidelines
The Admissions Committee assesses applicants on academic achievement and demonstration of
leadership. The Activities section of the application is your opportunity to highlight your leadership
experience and potential. Consider all the activiti
HRE 4M1
Course Outline
In Search of the Good
Text: In Search of the Good
Course Description:
This course is directed toward the clear identification of Catholic moral
principles and the concrete application of these principles in the lives
of students. Th
MHF4U
Average and Instantaneous Rates of Change
Recall: An average rate of change is a change that takes place over an interval
A rock is tossed upward from a cliff that is 120 m above the water. The height of the rock
2
above the water is modelled by h t
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Unit 8: Combining Functions
8.1 Combining Two Functions: Sum and Differences
Functions can be combined in a variety of ways to describe all sorts of complicated
relationships. This unit will examine how two or more functio
Unit 4: Day 8: Proving Trigonometric Identities
MHF4U
Materials
Learning Goals:
Minds On: 10 Demonstrate an understanding that an identity holds true for any value of
Action:
the independent variable (graph left side and right side of the equation as
55 f
Final Exam Breakdown
Sampling type & justification
Bias type & justification
Relationship type & justification
Permutations & Combinations questions some requiring just the
answer, and some requiring answer as a probability! (be careful with
this!)
(E
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Unit 2: Quadratic Functions
2.1 Properties of Quadratic Functions
Notes:
Graphs of quadratic functions with no domain restrictions are parabolas.
Quadratic functions can be represented by equations in function notation, by
MCV4U d1+ B Intersections Assignment
Answer all questions with full solutions. Make sure your work is legible, even after you have
scanned it, and submit it as a single file.
1. The equation of a line can be determined using two points on the line.
a. Fin
Grade12AdvancedFunctions
Exam
Unit 1: Polynomial Functions
Polynomial Expression has the form:
a x +a x +a x +a x +a x +a x+a
n
n
n-1
n-1
n-2
n-1
3
3
2
2
1
0
n: whole number
x: variable
a: coefficient X ER
Degree: the highest exponent on variable x, which
BASIC SKILLS REVIEW
Question 1:
rewrite the following relationships using function notation.
A) An airplane needs to travel 400 km. Determine a function for the speed of the
airplane, with respect to time.
Solution :
Step 1- note down the Givens from the
BASIC SKILLS REVIEW
BY
OBED VELLAVELI.
Question 1:
rewrite the following relationships using function notation.
A) An airplane needs to travel 400 km. Determine a function for the speed of the
airplane, with respect to time.
Solution :
Step 1- note down
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1. Can a function ever cross a vertical asymptote? Explain. M3
VERTICAL ASYMPTOTES HOMEWORK
2. The graph of f is given. State the equations of the vertical asymptotes.
3. Match each function from a) to f) with the corresponding graph fr
Q SKETCHING RATIONAL FLINCEION-s a:
Rs:- each rational function:
' determine all discontinuities and equations of any asymptotes ,
0 determine the function's end behaviours at all asymptotes
- determine all intercepts
algebraically verify if it c