­­­­­­  Mr.Timmerman

Homework – Winter 2019

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Extra Practice Sheets

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CLASSES:

Period 1                                                       Grade 10 Gifted/Enriched - MPM2DG/2  - 01

Period 2                                                        Grade 10 Gifted/Enriched - MPM2DG/2  - 02

Period 4                                                   Advanced Functions – MHF4U1 - 11                                                       

UPCOMING TESTS:

Test: Tuesday, October 15

Test: Tuesday, October 15

Here is the textbook error sheet (so far).                                Test: Friday, Oct 4

Fri. Oct 18

·     Equation of a Circle From Three Points. Tangent line to a Circle.  Please see notes here.

·     HW: twice a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Equation of a Circle From Three Points. Tangent line to a Circle.  Please see notes here.

·     HW: twice a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Quiz

·     Guidance Presentation.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

Thur. Oct 17

·     The Midpoint Formula – see note.

·     Finding Centre of a Circle Using Perpendicular Bisectors of Chords.

·     Equations of Circles – see answers.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     The Midpoint Formula – see note.

·     Finding Centre of a Circle Using Perpendicular Bisectors of Chords.

·     Equations of Circles – see answers.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts

·     Revisited a Rational Function  - here.

·     Oblique Asymptotes.

·     HW: two graphs assigned in class.

Wed.Oct 16

·     Line segments in a Triangle – see note

·     Triangle Centres – note

·     Equation of a Circle Centered at (h, k) – see the note here.

·     HW: p.96 #1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 13, 15, 18, 19

·     Line segments in a Triangle – see note

·     Triangle Centres – note

·     Equation of a Circle Centered at (h, k) – see the note here.

·     HW: p.96 #1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 13, 15, 18, 19

·     Review: Point Discontinuities (Holes) and VAsymptotes, HAsymptotes.

·     Intro to Curve Sketching Algorithm

·     HW: p.174 #16; p.190 #4

Tue. Oct 15

·     Test 1

·     HW: a reasonable sample of p.77 - 79

·     Test 1

·     HW: a reasonable sample of p.77 - 79

·     Rational Functions of the Type Linear Over Linear.

·     HW: see this and p.174 #1 – 12, 14

Mon. Oct 14

·     Thanksgiving Day – No Classes

·     Thanksgiving Day – No Classes

·     Thanksgiving Day – No Classes

Fri. Oct 11

·     Equation of a Circle Centered at the Origin – see notes.

·     Distance Formula

·     HW: as assigned in class

·     Please see this and that as well.

·     Equation of a Circle Centered at the Origin – see notes.

·     Distance Formula

·     HW: as assigned in class

·     Please see this and that as well.

·     Reciprocals of Quadratic Functions – 2

·     Please see notes here.

·     HW:  p.164 # 2 – 4, 5ace, 7, 8adgh; p.166 #9 – 14, 16, 17

Thur. Oct 10

·     Distance from a Point to the Origin

·     HW: continue work on yesterday’s handouts. See this and this.

·     Distance from a Point to the Origin

·     HW: continue work on yesterday’s handouts. See this and this

·     Reciprocals of Quadratic Functions.

·     See answers to the handout here.

·     HW: p.164 #2 – 5, 7 – 10, 13, 15

Wed. Oct 9

·     Review/Practice

·     Review/Practice

·     Review/Practice

Tue. Oct 8

·     Divisor Counting – Part 2

·     HW: questions assigned in class

·     Divisor Counting – Part 2

·     HW: questions assigned in class

·     Reciprocals of Linear Functions.

·     HW: questions assigned in class

Mon. Oct 7

·     Divisor Counting – Part 1 – see here

·     Principle of Multiplication of Possibilities; Formula for t(n) only

·     Number of Even Divisors of 168

·     Proving that Perfect Squares Have Odd Number of Divisors

·     HW: questions assigned in class

·     See this, and that as well.

·     Divisor Counting – Part 1 – see here

·     Principle of Multiplication of Possibilities; Formula for t(n) only

·     Number of Even Divisors of 168

·     Proving that Perfect Squares Have Odd Number of Divisors

·     HW: questions assigned in class

·     See this, and that as well.

·     Unit 2 – Rational Functions Started.

·     Review – Rational Expressions

·     Rational Equations (Extraneous Solutions and how to handle them)

·     Practice and a Polynomial Inequality

·     HW: work on class handouts – a reasonable sample.

Fri. Oct 4

·     Took up problems 10, 11 from “Prime and Composite Natural Numbers”

·     Algebraic Reasoning (see notes)

·     Intro to Divisor Counting – see notes

·     HW: work on sheets given in class and review for the upcoming test.

·     Took up problems 10, 11 from “Prime and Composite Natural Numbers”

·     Algebraic Reasoning (see notes)

·     Intro to Divisor Counting – see notes

·     HW: work on sheets given in class and review for the upcoming test.

·     Test 1

·     HW: work on these and p.146 #1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8

Thur. Oct 3

·     Proof: LCM-GCD Relation

·     Problem Solving – see notes.

·     Practice – worksheets

·     HW: handout as assigned in class.

·     Proof: LCM-GCD Relation

·     Problem Solving – see notes.

·     Practice – worksheets

·     HW: handout as assigned in class.

·     Review – 2

·     P.140 – 141; p.142 – 143; handout.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of review

·     Please see Thinking Question – 1 solution, Thinking Question – 2 solution, Thinking Question – 3 solution, Thinking Question – 4 solution, Thinking Question – 5 solution, Thinking Question – 6 solution.

·     Also please see this.

Wed. Oct 2

·     Prime Numbers Continued – here.

·     LCM and GCD here.

·     Group work – Problem Solving

·     HW: handout as assigned in class.

·     Prime Numbers Continued – here.

·     LCM and GCD here.

·     Group work – Problem Solving

·     HW: handout as assigned in class.

·     Review – Various

·     Quizzes Returned.

·     Review: p.74 – 79; Thinking Questions

·     HW: a reasonable sample of review

Tue. Oct 1

·     Break –Even Point – see this good scale example and not so good here.

·     Unit 2: Number Theory and Analytic Geometry (AG) Started.

·     Prime and Composite Numbers (till the red line on handout) – see here.

·     HW: please work on unit 1 outline, finish class handout #1from today, Ch1 Review, and word problems.

·     Break –Even Point – see this good scale example and not so good here.

·     Unit 2: Number Theory and Analytic Geometry (AG) Started.

·     Prime and Composite Numbers (till the red line on handout) – see here.

·     HW: please work on unit 1 outline, finish class handout #1from today, Ch1 Review, and word problems.

·     Solving Polynomial Inequalities.

·     Notes: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout and textbook work – p.138 #2, 4, 6bc, 9, 12, 13

Mon. Sept 30

·     Review Work

·     HW: a reasonable sample of review

·     Review Work

·     HW: a reasonable sample of review

·     Review Work

·     HW: a reasonable sample of review

Fri. Sept 27

·     Quiz

·     Problem Solving Continued – see here

·     HW: Textbook – Chapter 1 Review – p.48 – 53 (a reasonable sample)

·     Quiz

·     Problem Solving Continued – see here

·     HW: Textbook – Chapter 1 Review – p.48 – 53 (a reasonable sample)

·     Quiz

·     More Solving Polynomial Equations – Method of Substitution; also see here.

·     Families of Polynomial Functions.

·     HW: p.119 # 1 – 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22

Thur. Sept 26

·     Problem Solving with Linear Systems Continued – see notes.

·     HW: 40 minutes (word problems, PS worksheet)

·     Problem Solving with Linear Systems Continued – see notes.

·     HW: 40 minutes (word problems, PS worksheet)

·     Review – Factoring Sum/Difference of Perfect Cubes

·     Solving Polynomial Equations.

·     Practice – class handout – see here.

·     HW: p.110 #3, 4, 7, 8eo, 12 – 15, 18, 20, 24; please see this as well.

Wed. Sept 25

·     Linear Systems – Patterning Question – Example with Proof – see here.

·     Practice: PS with Linear Systems

·     Class handout – see here.

·     HW: 30 minutes (word problems, PS worksheet – see above link); see this.

·     Please bring textbooks on Friday.

·     Linear Systems – Patterning Question – Example with Proof – see here.

·     Practice: PS with Linear Systems

·     Class handout – see here.

·     HW: 30 minutes (word problems, PS worksheet – see above link); see this.

·     Please bring textbooks on Friday.

·     Factor Theorem – Day 2 – notes.

·     Examples and Practice.

·     HW: p.102 #5, 7, 10, 11, 17-19

·     Please see this and that.

Tue. Sept 24

·     Problem Solving with Linear Systems

·     HW: word problem practice (25 min)

·     Problem Solving with Linear Systems

·     HW: word problem practice (25 min)

·     Remainder Theorem Review

·     Factor Theorem – Day 1 – see notes

·     Quizzes returned

·     HW: p.102 #1 – 4, 6, 9, 12 – 15, 20-22

Mon. Sept 23

·     PA DAY

·     PA DAY

·     PA DAY

Fri. Sept 20

·     Word Problems – Distance and Digits see notes here.

·     Problem Solving – Patterning – see a note here.

·     HW: class handouts as assigned.

·     Word Problems – Distance and Digits see notes here.

·     Problem Solving – Patterning – see a note here.

·     HW: class handouts as assigned.

·     The Remainder Theorem.

·     Discovery, examples.

·     Using Remainder Theorem – Method of Undetermined Coefficients.

·     Practice – handout – see here.

·     HW:p.91 #7 – 10, 11ab, 12 – 16, 18 (use remainder theorem), 20 - 23

Thur. Sept 19

·     Mixture Word Problems

·     Chemical Solutions Word Problems

·     See note here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of word problems as assigned.

·     Mixture Word Problems

·     Chemical Solutions Word Problems

·     See note here.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of word problems as assigned.

·     Polynomial Long Division

·     Examples and Practice; Relationship Among Degrees of Dividend, Divisor and Quotient.

·     See notes here.

·     HW: p.91 #1 – 6 as well as the class handout

Wed. Sept 18

·     Review – Solving Linear Systems by Elimination – see note here.

·     Introduction to Word Problems – see note here.

·     HW: class handouts as assigned.

·     Review – Solving Linear Systems by Elimination – see note here.

·     Introduction to Word Problems – see note here.

·     HW: class handouts as assigned.

·     Quiz

·     Review/Practice – Instantaneous Rate of Change – see here.

·     Intro to Polynomial Long Division here.

·     HW: p.91 #1 – 6

Tue. Sept 17

·     Solving Linear Systems by Substitution and Comparison (Part 2)

·     Solving Linear Systems by Elimination – see notes here.

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Solving Linear Systems by Substitution and Comparison (Part 2)

·     Solving Linear Systems by Elimination – see notes here.

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Instantaneous Rate of Change

·     See notes here.

·     HW: finish class handout and work on p.71 #1 – 4, 7 – 10, 12

Mon. Sept 16

·     Please see note on Solving by Graphing here.

·     Solving Linear Systems by Substitution/Comparison – see notes.

·     Practice: Handout/worksheet

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Please see note on Solving by Graphing here.

·     Solving Linear Systems by Substitution/Comparison – see notes.

·     Practice: Handout/worksheet

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Average Rate of Change of a Function – see note on idea and Example

·     Class handout.

·     HW: p.62 #1 – 5, 7, 10, 12, 13

Fri. Sept 13

·     Quiz 1

·     Solving Linear Systems by Graphing – Process and Checking the Solution

·     Concept of a Lattice Point

·     Advantages/Disadvantages of the Graphing Method

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Quiz 1

·     Solving Linear Systems by Graphing – Process and Checking the Solution

·     Concept of a Lattice Point

·     Advantages/Disadvantages of the Graphing Method

·     HW: class handout as assigned.

·     Transformations of Polynomial Functions – see note here.

·     Took up a Graphing Polynomial Function question assigned yesterday.

·     Reviewed Even/Odd Functions.

·     HW: p.49 #1 – 7, 10, 12, 15

Thur. Sept 12

·     Unit Outline – Discussion

·     Graphing Straight Lines.

·     Please bring graph paper to class.

·     Introduction to Linear Systems (What they are, what it means to solve one, possible scenarios/cases) see note.

·     Class handout. Textbooks provided.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of side 1 and side 2.

·     Unit Outline – Discussion

·     Graphing Straight Lines.

·     Please bring graph paper to class.

·     Introduction to Linear Systems (What they are, what it means to solve one, possible scenarios/cases) see note.

·     Class handout. Textbooks provided.

·     HW: a reasonable sample of side 1 and side 2.

·     Summary: Zeroes of Even/Odd Order, Behaviour Around the X-Axis

·     Symmetry: Even Functions vs Odd Functions; Algebraic Definition

·     Examples; handout.

·     HW: p.39 #3-5, 7, 8, 12, 14

·     Please see this and that.

Wed. Sept 11

·     Equation of a Straight Line (Slope-intercept form, standard form)

·     Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

·     Checking if a Point is On the Line (LS/RS check)

·     A Shaded Area Question

·     HW: a reasonable sample of shaded area problems and linear relations review

·     Equation of a Straight Line (Slope-intercept form, standard form)

·     Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

·     Checking if a Point is On the Line (LS/RS check)

·     A Shaded Area Question

·     HW: a reasonable sample of shaded area problems and linear relations review

·     Factored Form of polynomial Functions

·     Continuity, Key Features.

·     X-intercept order (even/odd/magnitude)

·     Handout: part 1, part 2, part 3.

·     Textbooks distributed.

·     HW: p.39 #1, 2, 6, 9 – 11, 13

Tue. Sept 10

·     Problem Solving with Geometry – 2

·     Work Rate of a Team – problem

·     Took up number 13 (see here)

·     Linear Relations Review

·     HW: a reasonable sample of word problems, a reasonable sample of linear relations review

·     Problem Solving with Geometry – 2

·     Work Rate of a Team – problem

·     Took up number 13 (see here)

·     Linear Relations Review

·     HW: a reasonable sample of word problems, a reasonable sample of linear relations review

·     Factorial Notation

·     Investigation – Finite Differences – See notes/class handout here.

·     HW: p.26 # 7, 8acdef, 11 - 18

Mon. Sept 9

·     Problem Solving with Geometry

·     Finding Shaded Area – Complementary Counting.

·     More Work Rate Word Problems

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout (as discussed in class)

·     See this as well.

·     Problem Solving with Geometry

·     Finding Shaded Area – Complementary Counting.

·     More Work Rate Word Problems

·     HW: a reasonable sample of class handout (as discussed in class)

·     See this as well.

·     Took up a Contest Question

·     Connecting Power Functions to Polynomial Functions (prevailing term)

·     Investigating Polynomial Functions – Part 1 – see notes here.

·     Summary – see this.

·     HW: p.26 #1, 2, 3i, 5, 6 – see this.

Fri. Sept 6

·     Problem Solving with Fractions. Introduction to Heuristics

·     Group Work Exercise.

·     HW: side 1: #7, 8; side 2: 2, 3, 5, 6

·     See this and this.

·     Problem Solving with Fractions. Introduction to Heuristics

·     Group Work Exercise.

·     HW: side 1: #7, 8; side 2: 2, 3, 5, 6

·     See this and this.

·     Started Unit 1: Polynomial Functions

·     Terminology and Discussion on Power Functions – see notes here.

·     More Factoring Practice – Sample Questions and a handout;                     see this and that as well.

·     HW: factoring review and from class handout – p.12 # 3 – 11, 14, 16 - 18

Thur. Sept 5

·     Review - Fractions Work

·     Review – LCM, Relatively Prime

·     Solving Fractional Equations           (by clearing fractions)

·     Problem Solving with Fractions

·     HW:  25 minutes of fractional equations and #1, 3, 4, 6 of 2nd sheet

·     Review - Fractions Work

·     Review – LCM, Relatively Prime

·     Solving Fractional Equations           (by clearing fractions)

·     Problem Solving with Fractions

·     HW:  25 minutes of fractional equations and #1, 3, 4, 6 of 2nd sheet

·     Handout – answers to Essential Skills Review; #2 (s) has an error – class note

·     Review – Absolute Value;  PSTs

·     Review – Trigonometry

·     Review – Inequalities/Rules/Solving

·     Handours – factoring, Polynomials here

Wed. Sept 4

·     Introduction, Course Outline

·     Review – Fractions

·     Practice: Fraction Review handout

·     HW: a reasonable sample of practice work as discussed in class.

·     Introduction, Course Outline

·     Review – Fractions

·     Practice: Fraction Review handout

·     HW: a reasonable sample of practice work as discussed in class.

·     Introduction, Course Outline

·     Diagnostic Assessment

·     Review – Expanding, Factoring, etc.

·     Practice: Factoring Review handout

·     HW: a reasonable sample of practice work as discussed in class.