Mr.Timmerman
Homework – Winter
2019
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CLASSES: 
Period 1
Grade 10 Gifted/Enriched  MPM2DG/2
 03 
Period 2
Advanced Functions – MHF4U1  12 
Period 5
Advanced Functions – MHF4U1  11

UPCOMING TESTS: 
Test: Monday, Apr 15 Quiz: Friday, April 26 
Here is the error sheet (so
far). Quiz: Wednesday, Apr 24 
Here is the error sheet (so
far). Quiz: Wednesday, Apr 24 
Wed. Apr 24 
·
Review – Factoring ·
Commenting on
Values Using NonNegativity of Perfect Squares ·
Solving Quadratic
Equations by Factoring (using standard form and Zero Product Principle) ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Quiz ·
The graph of
y = tan x ·
Graphing
Sinusoidal Functions ·
Writing Equations
for Graphs – see answers
here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Quiz ·
The graph of
y = tan x ·
Graphing
Sinusoidal Functions ·
Writing Equations
for Graphs – see answers
here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Tue. Apr 23 
·
Review – Factoring ·
Advanced Factoring ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Review – Trig
Identities ·
Review/Summary –
Sinusoidal Functions ·
Please see this. ·
Also please review
this, this, and that. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Review – Trig
Identities ·
Review/Summary –
Sinusoidal Functions ·
Please see this. ·
Also please review
this, this, and that. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Mon. Apr 22 
·
Easter Monday – no
classes 
·
Easter Monday – no
classes 
·
Easter Monday – no
classes 
Fri. Apr 19 
·
Good Friday – no classes. ·
Have a great
weekend! 
·
Good Friday – no classes. ·
Have a great weekend! 
·
Good Friday – no classes. ·
Have a great
weekend! 
Thur. Apr 18 
·
Review – factoring
– see
here. ·
Sum and Difference
of Perfect Cubes ·
See notes
here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Trig Identities –
Day 3 – examples. ·
Important note:
Consult solutions below only after you have attempted the questions on your
own. ·
Solution to number
5 here. ·
Solution to number
14 here. ·
Solutions to
numbers 2, 4, and 8 here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts. 
·
Trig Identities –
Day 3 – examples. ·
Important note:
Consult solutions below only after you have attempted the questions on your
own. ·
Solution to number
5 here. ·
Solution to number
14 here. ·
Solutions to
numbers 2, 4, and 8 here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts. 
Wed. Apr 17 
·
Factoring review –
see here. ·
Factoring
Incomplete Squarse – here. ·
Practice – see here. ·
HW: class handout 
·
Trig. Identities  Day 2 – see notes. ·
Took up a HW
questions – here. ·
More Trig.
Identities – here. ·
A sample identity here. ·
HW: class handout 
·
Trig. Identities  Day 2 – see notes. ·
Took up a HW
questions – here. ·
More Trig.
Identities – here. ·
A sample identity here. ·
HW: class handout 
Tue. Apr 16 
·
Factoring Review ·
Completing the Square
on Simple Trinomials: relationship b/n b and c. ·
NonNegativity of
Perfect Squares. ·
Proving
Inequalities. ·
HW: factoring
worksheet. 
·
Quiz ·
Took up p.219 #25 ·
Introduction to
Trig. Identities – day 1 ·
Example of
NonIdentity, Practice. ·
HW: p.240 # 7 – 13,
15, 16, 21; and worksheet; see this,
this and that. 
·
Quiz ·
Took up p.219 #25 ·
Introduction to Trig.
Identities – day 1 ·
Example of
NonIdentity, Practice. ·
HW: p.240 # 7 –
13, 15, 16, 21; and worksheet; see this,
this and that. 
Mon. Apr 15 
·
Test 2: Analytic
Geometry ·
HW: textbook – p.246 # 7  10 
·
HalfAngle
Identities – see notes. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
HalfAngle
Identities – see notes. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Fri. Apr 12 
·
Factoring a
Difference of Perfect Squares (derivation and examples) ·
Perfect Square
Trinomials (PSTs) ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts; time permitting – p.246 # 1 through 6 (factoring
practice) ·
Please see notes here. 
·
Double Angle
Identities (derivation and examples) ·
Rewriting Identity
to Get a Different Version of It. ·
Exercises with
Double angle Identities. ·
HW: finish class
handout, see notes,
and those
notes, work on textbook  p. 234 #19, 25 
·
Double Angle
Identities (derivation and examples) ·
Rewriting Identity
to Get a Different Version of It. ·
Exercises with
Double angle Identities. ·
HW: finish class
handout, see notes,
and those
notes, work on textbook  p. 234 #19, 25 
Thur. Apr 11 
·
Review –
NonSimple Trinomials ·
Expanding and
Simplifying (and Collecting Like Terms) Products of Polynomials ·
Practice ·
HW: textbook –
p.240 #1 – 5, 6 – 7, 11, 14, 15  16 
·
Took up a question
from 2^{nd} worksheet from yesterday – see here ·
Compound Angle
Identities – what they are and Unit Circle ·
Derivation of Formulas  see here. ·
Using Compound
Angle Identities for Calculating Exact Values of Trig. Ratios (rationalizing
denominators – see note) ·
HW: p.226 #22, 24,
25, 27, 29; then,
time permitting – p.232 #1 – 8, 10, 12  15, 20, 21; please see this. 
·
Took up a question
from 2^{nd} worksheet from yesterday – see here ·
Compound Angle Identities
– what they are and Unit Circle ·
Derivation of Formulas  see here. ·
Using Compound
Angle Identities for Calculating Exact Values of Trig. Ratios (rationalizing
denominators – see note) ·
HW: p.226 #22, 24,
25, 27, 29; then,
time permitting – p.232 #1 – 8, 10, 12  15, 20, 21; please see this. 
Wed. Apr 10 
·
Review: Factoring
Simple Trinomials ·
Simple Trinomials
with More Variables and Higher Exponents. ·
Factoring
NonSimple Trinomials by Decomposition of the Middle Term ·
HW: work on both
of the class worksheets 
·
Cofunction Identities – 2: Problem Solving with Cofunction Identities ·
Please carefully
review this. ·
HW: work on both
of the class worksheets 
·
Cofunction Identities – 2: Problem Solving with Cofunction Identities ·
Please carefully
review this. ·
HW: work on both
of the class worksheets 
Tue. Apr 9 
·
Factoring by
Grouping (Regular and Special – differ by number of terms) ·
Regrouping: #2g ·
Examples/Practice
(Grouping) ·
Handout – Various
Questions ·
Quadratic
Trinomials Terminology ·
Factoring Simple
Trinomials ·
Practice ·
HW: first
worksheet; and second worksheet – numbers 1 through 5 
·
Test 2 ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on questions assigned the day before. 
·
Test 2 ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on questions assigned the day before. 
Mon. Apr 8 
·
Common
Factors/Divisors ·
Common factoring –
process, examples and practice ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout 
·
CoFunction
Identities 1 (Correlated Angle Identities) ·
HW: finish class
worksheet and work on p.225 #1  14 
·
CoFunction
Identities 1 (Correlated Angle Identities) ·
HW: finish class
worksheet and work on p.225 #1  14 
Fri. Apr 5 
·
Quiz ·
Polynomials Review ·
Expanding,
Simplifying (and Collecting Like Terms) ·
Practice – handout ·
HW: finish class
work, work on exponents sheets and p.156 of textbook #7 – 13, 15  17 
·
Related Acute
Angle Identities ·
Working with
Symmetry (even/odd) of Trigonometric Functions ·
Review: Rational
Inequality – number 10 from class handout(answer wrong) ·
HW:p.208 #1 – 11,
14 – 17, 20; p.209 #18, 19,
21, 22;
P.216 #1 – 6;
p.217 #7 – 10, 13, 16 – 18, 20, 25 
·
Related Acute
Angle Identities ·
Working with
Symmetry (even/odd) of Trigonometric Functions ·
Review: Rational
Inequality – number 10 from class handout(answer wrong) ·
HW:p.208 #1 – 11,
14 – 17, 20; p.209 #18, 19,
21, 22;
P.216 #1 – 6; p.217
#7 – 10, 13, 16 – 18, 20, 25 
Thur. Apr 4 
·
Please work on
rest of AG booklet ·
See
this once attempted on your own ·
New Unit: Algebra and
Quadratic Equations ·
Laws of Exponents ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout 
·
Definitions:
Coterminal and Principal Angles ·
Using Coterminal and Related Acute Angles to Find the Value of
a Trig Ratio ·
Review: Rational
Functions Word Problems ·
HW: review and a
reasonable sample of class handouts. 
·
Definitions:
Coterminal and Principal Angles ·
Using Coterminal and Related Acute Angles to Find the Value of
a Trig Ratio ·
Review: Rational
Functions Word Problems ·
HW: review and a
reasonable sample of class handouts. 
Wed. Apr 3 
·
Verifying
Properties of Geometric Figures ·
Example: Midsigment of a Triangle ·
Conjectures and
Testing ·
Example: Midpoint
Quadrilateral ·
Practice, started number
4 ·
Please remember to
work on your unit outline ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout 
·
InClass
Assignment ·
Review – Special
Triangles – Degrees and Radians. ·
HW: please review
class notes and
review for the test. ·
Please review this
as well. 
·
InClass
Assignment ·
Review – Special
Triangles – Degrees and Radians. ·
HW: please review
class notes and
review for the test. ·
Please review this
as well. 
Tue. Apr 2 
·

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Mon. Apr. 1 
·
Circle Problems –
took up number
2 ·
Using
Inequalities: Strict vs NonStrict ·
Regions Involving
Circles – see
here ·
Equation of a
Median – an
Example ·
Remember to Think
Graphically, Solve Analytically! ·
(Shortest)
Distance from a Point to a Line – Perpendicular Distance – see here
; Explaining Why Perpendicular ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts; see this
as well. 
·
Graphing review – see here. ·
Radians and
degrees – see note
here. ·
Angular Velocity –
see here
and here. ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on a reasonable sample of class handouts 
·
Graphing review – see here. ·
Radians and
degrees – see note
here. ·
Angular Velocity –
see here
and here. ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on a reasonable sample of class handouts 
Fri. Mar 29 
·

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Thur. Mar. 28 
·
Midpoint Formula –
see
here ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Please see this as well. 
·
Please see this as well. 
Wed. Mar. 27 
·
OSSLT – no classes ·
HW: left/right
column of worksheet questions; please review class notes 
·
OSSLT – no classes ·
HW: p.185 #4, 5,
7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work 
·
OSSLT – no classes ·
HW: p.185 #4, 5,
7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work 
Tue. Mar.26 
·
Quiz ·
Equation of a
Circle Centered at (h, k) – see a solution to number
19 here ·
Determining the
Centre of a Circle – see a diagram
here. ·
Midpoint Formula (with
example) ·
HW: right column
of worksheet questions; please review class notes 
·
Quiz ·
Graphing Rational
Functions  see
here ·
HW: p.185 #4, 5,
7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work 
·
Quiz ·
Graphing Rational
Functions  see
here ·
HW: p.185 #4, 5,
7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and continue graphing rational functions work 
Mon. Mar. 25 
·
Worked through
review questions ·
The Distance
Formula ·
Fixing the
Distance: Equation of a Circle Centered at (h, k) ·
HW: distance
formula questions and equations of circles questions – see answers here. 
·
Solving Rational
Inequalities – see notes
here. ·
Graphing a
Rational Function – see note here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Solving Rational
Inequalities – see notes
here. ·
Graphing a
Rational Function – see note here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Fri. Mar 22 
·
Fixing Distance
from a point to the Origin  Equation of a Circle Centered at (0, 0) ·
Checking id a
Point is ON/INSIDE/OUTSIDE the circle ·
Practice – class
handout ·
HW: finish side 1
of class handout, review class notes and work on textbook p.96 #1 – 4, 7 
·
Practice –
Graphing Rational Functions ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Practice –
Graphing Rational Functions ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Thur. Mar 21 
·
Divisor Conting – 3 ·
Distance From a
Point to the Origin ·
Please bring a
compass. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Entrance Card –
see here. ·
Curve Sketching
with Algorithm. ·
Please see
solutions here. ·
Oblique Asymptotes
Continued: see this and that. ·
HW: p.174 #16;
p.190 #4 
·
Entrance Card –
see here. ·
Curve Sketching
with Algorithm. ·
Please see
solutions here. ·
Oblique Asymptotes
Continued: see this and that. ·
HW: p.174 #16;
p.190 #4 
Wed. Mar 20 
·
Test 1: Linear
Systems ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Graphing Rational
Functions – Procedure (Curve Sketching Algorithm) ·
Intro to
Oblique/Slant Asymptotes ·
HW: p.176 # 17,
18, 19 
·
Graphing Rational
Functions – Procedure (Curve Sketching Algorithm) ·
Intro to
Oblique/Slant Asymptotes ·
HW: p.176 # 17,
18, 19 
Tue. Mar 19 
·
Divisor Counting –
Part 2. ·
See note here, here, here, and here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Linear over Linear
handout – key features – see here. ·
Review/Summary – see
here. ·
HW: p.174 #1 – 12, 14 
·
Linear over Linear
handout – key features – see here. ·
Review/Summary – see
here. ·
HW: p.174 #1 – 12, 14 
Mon. Mar 18 
·
Line Segments in a
Triangle – see
this ·
Divisor Counting
Review ·
Practice ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Reciprocals of
Quadratic Functions – Continued – See note
here. ·
HW: p.164 #2 – 4,
5ace, 7, 8addgh; p.166 #9 – 14, 16, 17 
·
Reciprocals of
Quadratic Functions – Continued – See note
here. ·
HW: p.164 #2 – 4,
5ace, 7, 8addgh; p.166 #9 – 14, 16, 17 
Fri. Mar 8 
·
LCM/GCD Problems.
See solution to number 3 here. ·
Introduction to
Divisor Counting – see class notes
here. ·
Review handout
(Fractions/LCM/GCD) ·
Review –
Triangles, Quadrilaterals. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Reciprocal of
Quadratic Functions. ·
Three Cases.See notes here. ·
P.153 #2 – 5, 7 –
10, 13, 15 
·
Reciprocal of
Quadratic Functions. ·
Three Cases.See notes here. ·
P.153 #2 – 5, 7 –
10, 13, 15 
Thur. Mar 7 
·
Warm up/PS tasks. ·
Applications of
PND: LCM and GCD of Two Numbers. Connecting LCM, GCD by forming their
product. ·
HW: task offered
in class and a reasonable sample from class handout 
·
Reciprocal
Functions. Summary here. ·
Solution
to a challenge here. ·
Reciprocal of a
Linear Function. ·
HW: p.153 #2 – 5,
7 – 10, 13, 15 
·
Reciprocal
Functions. Summary here. ·
Solution
to a challenge here. ·
Reciprocal of a
Linear Function. ·
HW: p.153 #2 – 5,
7 – 10, 13, 15 
Wed. Mar 6 
·
Quiz ·
Group work:
Problem Solving/Presentations ·
HW: finish class
handout and a sample of p.54 – 55 of
the textbook 
·
Unit 2 Started –
Rational Functions ·
Review – Rational
Expressions ·
Rational Equations  see notes
here. ·
HW: p.183 #1, 2,
6, 9, 15 and to finish the class handout (see notes above) 
·
Unit 2 Started – Rational
Functions ·
Review – Rational
Expressions ·
Rational Equations  see notes
here. ·
HW: p.183 #1, 2,
6, 9, 15 and to finish the class handout (see notes above) 
Tue. Mar. 5 
·
Unit 2 Started:
Number Theory (Prime Numbers) and Analytic Geometry ·
Primes and
Composites, PND (Prime Number Decomposition) ·
Please work on unit
2 outline ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Test 1 ·
HW: Please work on
p.146 – 147 (a reasonable sample) 
·
Test 1 ·
HW: Please work on
p.146 – 147 (a reasonable sample) 
Mon. Mar. 4 
·
BreakEven Point –
see here. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of textbook pages assigned in class 
·
Review – Part 3 ·
HW: review for the
test; a reasonable sample of class assignment 
·
Review – Part 3 ·
HW: review for the
test; a reasonable sample of class assignment 
Fri. Mar 1 
·
Word Problems –
Relative Velocity ·
Unit 1 Outline –
Please Review ·
Problem Solving
with Linear Systems – working on second worksheet ·
HW: a sample from
word problems handout and work on problem solving questions 
·
Unit 1 Review –
Part 2 ·
P.140 – 141 (omit
10b, 15, 16, 18c); p.142 – 143 (omit 14, 15) ·
Please see number 4, number 5, number 6. ·
HW: review for the
test; a reasonable sample of class assignment 
·
Unit 1 Review –
Part 2 ·
P.140 – 141 (omit
10b, 15, 16, 18c); p.142 – 143 (omit
14, 15) ·
Please see number 4, number 5, number 6. ·
HW: review for the
test; a reasonable sample of class assignment 
Thur. Feb 28 
·
Word Problems:
Chemistry Solutions and Distance/Speed/Time problems ·
Problem Solving –
Part 2 ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Unit 1 Review  Part 1 ·
P.74 – 77; p.78 – 79 
·
Unit 1 Review  Part 1 ·
P.74 – 77; p.78 – 79 
Wed. Feb 27 
·
Problem Solving in
Groups ·
Number Pattern, Conjecture
and Proof for Difference of Squares Factorization Formula ·
HW: finish Problem
Solving – Part 1 handout and work on word problems (a reasonable sample, up
to chemical solutions, before those) 
·
Review – Factor
Theorem – see this. ·
Solving Polynomial
Inequalities. ·
Strict vs
NonStrict Inequalities. ·
Example 1, Example 2, Example 3 ·
HW: p.138 #2, 6,
6bc, 12, 13; please review
interval notation on p.8 of the textbook. 
·
Review – Factor
Theorem – see this. ·
Solving Polynomial
Inequalities. ·
Strict vs
NonStrict Inequalities. ·
Example 1, Example 2, Example 3 ·
HW: p.138 #2, 6,
6bc, 12, 13; please review
interval notation on p.8 of the textbook. 
Tue. Feb 26 
·
Word Problems
continued: Investment Type, Mechanical Mixture
Type ·
HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts 
·
More Solving
Polynomial Equations ·
Families of
Polynomial Functions ·
HW: p.119 #1 – 3,
6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22 
·
More Solving
Polynomial Equations ·
Families of
Polynomial Functions ·
HW: p.119 #1 – 3,
6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22 
Mon. Feb 25 
·
Word Problems ·
HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts 
·
Solving Polynomial
Equations ·
HW: p.110 #3, 4,
7, 8eo, 12 – 15, 18, 20, 24 
·
Solving Polynomial
Equations ·
HW: p.110 #3, 4,
7, 8eo, 12 – 15, 18, 20, 24 
Fri. Feb 22 
·
Quiz ·
Number of Lattice
Points on a Line. ·
Systems Sharing a
Solution. ·
Discussing
Approach to Word Problems. ·
HW: Review class notes,
challenge offered in class; #13 (word problems) 
·
Factor Theorem –
Part 2 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is not 1, Using Rational Zero Theorem). See note. ·
HW: p.102 # 5, 7,
10, 11, 17 – 19 
·
Factor Theorem –
Part 2 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is not 1, Using Rational Zero Theorem). See note. ·
HW: p.102 # 5, 7,
10, 11, 17 – 19 
Thur. Feb 21 
·
Review – Solving
Linear System 
·
Factor Theorem – Part
1 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is 1, Using Integral (Integer) Zero
Theorem). See note. ·
HW: p.102 # 1–4,
6, 9, 12 – 15, 20, 21, 22 
·
Factor Theorem –
Part 1 (The Leading Coefficient of P(x) is 1, Using Integral (Integer) Zero
Theorem). See note. ·
HW: p.102 # 1–4,
6, 9, 12 – 15, 20, 21, 22 
Wed. Feb 20 
·
Review – Method of
Elimination ·
Proof by
Contradiction ·
Practice ·
HW: a reasonable sample of class handouts 
·
Quiz ·
Remainder Theorem
– see notes here. ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on p.91 #7 – 10, 11ab, 12 – 16, 18 (give it a try, no
problem if stuck), 20  23 
·
Quiz ·
Remainder Theorem
– see notes here. ·
HW: please review
class notes and work on p.91 #7 – 10, 11ab, 12 – 16, 18 (give it a try, no
problem if stuck), 20  23 
Tue. Feb 19 
·
Solving Linear
Systems by Elimination ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Polynomial Long
Division ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Polynomial Long
Division ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Mon. Feb 18 
·
Family Day – No
classes 
·
Family Day – No
classes 
·
Family Day – No
classes 
Fri. Feb 15 
·
More Solving
Linear Systems by Substitution and Solving by Method of Comparison (when both
equations in y = mx +b form) ·
Took up a shaded
area question. ·
HW: p.2 – 3 of
class handout 
·
More ARC and IRC
examples. ·
HW: p.71 #1 – 4, 7
– 10, 12 ·
Please also work
on those
questions . (once attempted see
solutions here and here) 
·
More ARC and IRC
examples. ·
HW: p.71 #1 – 4, 7
– 10, 12 ·
Please also work
on those
questions . (once attempted
see solutions here and here) 
Thur. Feb 14 
·
Number of
Solutions see here
and here ·
Solving Linear
Systems by Substitution ·
HW: page 1 of
class handout. 
·
Average Rate of
Change (ARC) – Slope of the Secant Line ·
Instantaneous Rate
of Change (IRC) – Slope of the Tangent (which
we only get to calculate approximately) ·
Applications
Problem – see here. ·
HW: p.62 #1 – 5,
7, 10, 12, 13 
·
Average Rate of
Change (ARC) – Slope of the Secant Line ·
Instantaneous Rate
of Change (IRC) – Slope of the Tangent (which
we only get to calculate approximately) ·
Applications
Problem – see here. ·
HW: p.62 #1 – 5,
7, 10, 12, 13 
Wed. Feb 13 
·
Linear Systems and
What it Means to Solve a Linear System ·
Solving Linear
Systems by Graphing ·
Cases – Number of
Solutions. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Here
are notes from yesterday. ·
Review – Factored
Form ·
Transformations of
Functions – class notes are here. ·
HW: p.49 #1 – 7, 10,
12, 15 
·
Here
are notes from yesterday. ·
Review – Factored
Form ·
Transformations of
Functions – class notes are here. ·
HW: p.49 #1 – 7,
10, 12, 15 
Tue. Feb 12 
·
Review of Math
Facts Game ·
Solving Fractional
Equations ·
Practice ·
A Problem Solving
Question ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Please work on
p.26 #8acdef, 11 – 18 ·
Please work on
p.29 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 ·
Equations and
Graphs of Polynomial Functions ·
Please review this note as well. 
·
Please work on
p.26 #8acdef, 11 – 18 ·
Please work on
p.29 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 ·
Equations and
Graphs of Polynomial Functions ·
Please review this note as well. 
Mon. Feb 11 
·
Graphing Straight
Lines (using y = mx+b, 3 methods) ·
Advantages of
Method 1 ·
HW: please review
class work, work on p.2 of Fridays handout and
shaded area questions. 
·
Review – Factoring ·
Tables of Values
(TOVs) and Finite differences; Constant Nth Difference and Leading
coefficient; d = an! ·
Factored Form of
Equation of Polynomial Function; Order of Factors/Roots and Xinterceps ·
HW:p.39 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 and revisit p.29 #13 and see
this solution. 
·
Review – Factoring ·
Tables of Values
(TOVs) and Finite differences; Constant Nth Difference and Leading
coefficient; d = an! ·
Factored Form of
Equation of Polynomial Function; Order of Factors/Roots and Xinterceps ·
HW:p.39 #1, 2, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13 and revisit p.29 #13 and see
this solution. 
Fri. Feb 8 
·
Shaded Area
Question ·
Parallel and Perpedicular Lines ·
Practice ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Characteristics of
Polynomial Functions – Part 1 (degree, sign of the leading coefficient, end
behavior, symmetry,number of turning (local
max/min) points, even or odd degree, odd degree vs odd) ·
P.26 #1, 2, 3i,
ii, 5, 6, 7i, ii – see here. ·
Please review this carefully! 
·
Characteristics of
Polynomial Functions – Part 1 (degree, sign of the leading coefficient, end
behavior, symmetry,number of turning (local
max/min) points, even or odd degree, odd degree vs odd) ·
P.26 #1, 2, 3i,
ii, 5, 6, 7i, ii – see here. ·
Please review this carefully! 
Thu. Feb 7 
·
Finding Shaded
Area. Complementary Counting Problem Solving Method. ·
Review – Linear
Relations. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts; please see this. 
·
Review –
Factoring, Inequalities. ·
Characteristics of
Power Functions. ·
See notes here. ·
HW: please review notes
above, and work on p.12 # 3 – 11, 14, 16 – 18. See the pages here. 
·
Review –
Factoring, Inequalities. ·
Characteristics of
Power Functions. ·
See notes here. ·
HW: please review
notes above, and work on p.12 # 3 – 11, 14, 16 – 18. See the pages here. 
Wed. Feb 6 
·
Review ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Review ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
·
Review ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handouts 
Tue. Feb 5 
·
Review – Dividing
Fractions ·
Problem Solving
with Fractions – Part 1 ·
Work Rate Problems
started. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout – “Problems Involving Fractions”; please see this, that. 
·
Answer page for
“Essential Skills Review” distributed (number 2s answer is
wrong – should be ) ·
Review(PSTs,
Quadratics/vertex form, sinusoidal functions, solving trigonometric
equations) ·
Please carefully
review this. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout 
·
Answer page for
“Essential Skills Review” distributed
(number 2s answer is wrong – should be ) ·
Review(PSTs,
Quadratics/vertex form, sinusoidal functions, solving trigonometric
equations) ·
Please carefully
review this. ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout 
Mon. Feb 4 
·
Course
Outline/Expectations ·
Diagnostic ·
Fractions Review (Reducing,
Mixed Number vs Improper Fractions, Adding with LCM, Multiplying, Cross
Canceln) ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout – fractions review 
·
Course
Outline/Expectations ·
Diagnostic ·
Review (Expanding,
Factoring, Simplifyng Rational Expressions) ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout – “Essential Skills Review” 
·
Course
Outline/Expectations ·
Diagnostic ·
Review (Expanding,
Factoring, Simplifyng Rational Expressions) ·
HW: a reasonable
sample of class handout – “Essential Skills Review” 