Lesson 4
Exponential Relations
1.
Graphical Identification
Identify the type of growth (linear, quadratic or exponential) illustrated by each graph. Justify
your answers.
2.
Comparing Exponential Rela
Problems on Geometry
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1.
Maria is building a scale model of a garden shed. She will let 1 in represent 2 ft . If
the base of the shed measures 10 ft by 12 ft , what measurements will Maria need
MBF 3C
Lesson 1
Investigate Geometric Shapes and Figures
1.
Find the ratio of the length to the width for this rectangle.
18 m
24 m
2. Show how you can cover the area on a 3X4 grid, without gaps or ov
Lesson 3
Investigate Exponential Relationships
Investigate
Paper Folding
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1. Follow al of the instructions as set out in the text.
Stage
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e) The equation of the relation:
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Exponential Relations
Word Problems
1.
The population of a certain country grows at an annual rate of 2%. If the current
population is 3 million, what will the population be in 10 years?
How long will
Floor Plan for the Vacation Cabin
Assignment
Names:_
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1. Work with a partner. Your task will be to draw a floor plan for a vacation cabin
of your choice.
Select a suitable scale. For example, let 1 c
Lesson 3
Create Nets, Plans and Patterns
1. A cereal box has a height of 30 cm, a width of 20 cm and a depth of 5 cm. Aisha has a
measuring cup filled with 2 L of oatmeal. Will all of the oatmeal fit
Lesson 1
Exponent Rules
Investigate
Patterns with Exponents
Multiply powers with the same base.
(a) Complete the table showing the expansion of each product.
Expanded
Form
Product
52
35
(-2)5
(-3)4
Nu
Lesson 2
Zero and Negative Exponents
Investigate
The Meaning of Zero and Negative Exponents
Use patterns to evaluate powers with zero or negative exponents.
1. Complete the statements. Describe each p
MBF 3C
Lesson 5
Modelling Exponential Growth and Decay
1. Truong studied a pond where frogs lay
eggs. He found the number of tadpoles
increased by a factor of 2.43 per day.
The number of tadpoles, T,
Lesson 4
Scale Models
1. A juice can has a height of 12 cm and must hold at least 350 mL of juice. Find the
minimum radius required, to the nearest centimeter.
2. Penny used a ruler and a compass to d
Lesson 2
Perspective and Orthographic Drawings
1. Use the Isometric Dot Paper to draw a hexagon that contains the least number of dots. How
many dots are there inside the hexagon?
b) Measure the sides
Simple and Compound Interest
Worksheet
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Definition of Simple Interest
Simple interest is a fixed percentage of the principal, P, which is paid to an investor each
year, irrespective of the numbe
Lesson 2
Present Value and TVM Solver
Term
Definition
Present Value
Future Value
Creditor
Discount
Formula
PV = A(1 + i)-n
where
PV
A
i
n
is the present value, or principal
is the amount, or final amo
Design a Pentagonal House
Activity
An architect has designed a house in the shape of a regular pentagonal prism. The floor
forms a pentagon with a side length of 6 m. The five walls are congruent squa