So imagine on a Saturday morning. I wake up to a text message that states, "Hey baby I know
you've had a long week with testing and all the extra stuff. So I want to take you out tonight. So
you can relax and cool off. So be ready by 7:30." After I read t
So imagine on a Saturday morning. I wake up to a text message that states, "Hey baby I know you've had
a long week with testing and all the extra stuff. So I want to take you out tonight. So you can relax and
cool off. So be ready by 7:30." After I read t
10.
11.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
. Which of the following groups examines a candidates record primarily on specic issues?
Single-interest groups
Elite groups
Plurality groups
Democrats
Republicans
. All of the following
TRADE AGREEMENTS
& ORGANIZATIONS
TRUE OR FALSE
TRADE
ORGANIZATION
Purpose:
To strengthen economic ties
worldwide
Economic & employment
growth
Eliminate trade barriers
Reform financial institutions
E.g. IMF and World Bank
Purpose:
Economic growth
Trade lib
GL BALIZATION
During John Green video
record in notes how
GL BALIZATION
has impacted business,
consumers and countries as
a whole?
BBB - 1.3 - Canada's Economic
Identity
2
GLOBALIZATION
HOW DID IT START?
WHATS THE POINT?
Whole world may be effected by ev
MCV 4U0
Cross Product of Geometric Vectors
Less 1.9
The dot product of two vectors results in a scalar quantity. A second product of two vectors, the cross
product, results in a vector quantity.
The Cross Product
Let a and b be two non-collinear vectors i
MCV 4U0
Relative Velocity
Applications of Vector Addition
Less 1.7
We have been studying the concept of Relative Motion; that is the velocity of an object as
observed by a single person who is stationary.
But what if the observer is moving as well.
For ex
The Evolution of Global Trade
Self-Sufficient
Needing no outside help in satisfying one's
basic needs, especially with regard to the
production of food.
Self-Sufficient Self-Assessment
How Self-Sufficient are you?
Take out a sheet of GOOS. Answer Qs trut
TRADE BARRIERS
Barriers to International Trade
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Tariffs
Trade Quotas
Trade Sanctions
Trade Embargoes
Foreign Investment Restrictions
Standards
Currency fluctuations
Time Zones
TRADE BARRIERS
1) Tariffs
Tariffs, the most common type
HOW TO ENTER INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
Chapter 2 - Key Terms
importing
global sourcing
exporting
value added
licensing agreement
exclusive distribution rights
franchise
joint venture
foreign subsidiary
protectionism
trade quotas
trade embargo
trade sanctions
MCV 4U0
Unit 1: Geometric Vectors
Whats Your Vector?
Less 1-1
A]
A scalar quantity has magnitude only (ex. distance, speed, mass)
A vector quantity has magnitude and direction (ex. displacement, velocity,
force)
B] Representing Vectors
Geometrically
u
Alg
MCV 4U0
Dot Product of Algebraic Vectors
Less 2.3
Recall:
Algebraic vectors are expressed in component form: ie. u [u1,u2 ,u3 ]
For geometric vectors we defined the dot product to be:
u v u v cos , where is the vector between u and v .
The Dot Product for
MCV 4U0
Cartesian/Algebraic Vectors in R2
Less 2.1
Suppose u is any vector in the plane with endpoints Q and R.
P(a,b)
We can identify QR as a Cartesian Vector because its endpoints
R
can be defined using Cartesian coordinates.
If we translate u so that i
WHY PEOPLE TRADE?
Even when countries can produce what they want
on their own, they often choose to specialize.
They import some things and export others.
People specialize for the same reasons that
countries specialize.
THINK ABOUT THE FOLLOWING.
Why d
MCV 4U0
Dot Product of Geometric Vectors
Less 1.8
Definition:
The dot product of two vectors is defined to be the product of their magnitudes multiplied by the
cosine of the angle between the two vectors when the two vectors are placed tail-to-tail.
the l
GLOBALIZATION
Positive
1.
2.
3.
4.
Increase jobs
Share experience/ideas of
cultures/innovations
Increase awareness of global
events
Stay connected
Negative
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
One event can effect many countries
Distribution of unskilled labour jobs
= job l
MCV 4U0
Name:
Unit One: Introduction to Vectors
Review of Pre-Requisite Skills
1. State the exact value of each of the following:
(a) sin 60
(d) cos 30
(b) tan 120
(e) sin 135
(c) cos 60
(f) tan 45
2. In ABC, AB = 6, B = 90, and AC = 10. State the exact v
MCV 4U0
Addition and Subtraction of Vectors Homework
Less 1.2
1. Graph using the Triangle Law
a) a b
b) b a
What do you notice?
b
a
2. Graph using the Triangle Law
a) a b
b) b a
What do you notice?
b
a
3. Given the vectors, sketch:
a) a b
b)
a b c
b
a
c
MCV 4U0
Less 1.6
Velocity
Applications of Vector Addition
Air Speed the speed the plane would be flying if there was no wind, (in still air)
Ground Speed the speed the plane is flying relative to the ground; (what an
observer on the ground would see)
Ex 1
MCV 4U0
Lets go 3-D
Less 2.2
In 3-Space (R3).
(x,y,z) defines a point in 3-space
a, b, and c are called the components or
co-ordinates of OP where P is (a,b,c)
the vector OP is the unique position vector with
its head at P(a,b,c) and its tail at the origi
Introducing
International Business
Define Business
What is a business? Create a definition in your
teams and write on the whiteboard. You have
2 minutes.
What do these have in common?
BUSINESS 101: What is business?
An organization that produces or
sell
MCV 4U0
Less 1.4
Forces as Vectors Part 1:
Resolution of Vectors
A force is something that pushes or pulls an object.
On Earth, force is defined as the product between the mass of an object and the acceleration due to
gravity (9.8 m/s2).
i.e. a 1 kg mass
MCV 4U0
Multiplying a Vector by a Scalar
Less 1.3
Examining the Laws of Vector Addition
a b b a which is the Commutative Law for Vector Addition
b
b
a
a
ab ba
b
b
a
Show that u v u v .
a
When will u v u v ?
(Triangle Identity)
Calculating the Magnitude an
MCV 4U0
Addition and Subtraction of Vectors
Less 1.2
The sum of two or more vectors is called the resultant.
Adding Parallel Vectors
Vectors a and b are parallel and have the same direction.
a
b
3 km/h east
2 km/h east
To find a b , place the tail of b at
MCV 4U0
Less 1.5
Forces as Vectors Part 2:
Applications of Vector Addition - Tension and Inclined Planes
Ex. 1: A sign of mass 5 kg is suspended from a horizontal ceiling by two strings that make
angles of 35 and 62 with the ceiling. Calculate the tension
ANSWERS
For answers containing diagrams or graphs, refer to the
Student e-book.
13. a)
46%
b)
80%
c)
3.3% d) 225% e) 137.5%
Section 1.1, pp. 1013
CHAPTER 1
1. a)
Practise
1. a) iterative
b) iterative
d) iterative
e) non-iterative
3. The order of winners m
MDM4U0
Counting Techniques
For each of the following questions, decide whether or not the elements can be
repeated or not. Use the appropriate counting technique to solve the problem.
1. In Ontario, licence plates consist of 4 letters followed by 3 number
MDM4U0
Organized Counting
Example 1: Draw a tree diagram for the following to determine the number of
possible outcomes.
a) Buying an iPod, you have a choice of 4 colours and then 3 headphone options
b) To get to school you can either walk or skateboard t
MDM4U0
Factorials and Permutations
From last class -Example: The names of 8 students are placed into a hat. One
name is chosen at a time, and then removed. In how many
different ways can the names be chosen?
What you have calculated here is called a facto