Handout: arithmetic & geometric series
Examples - Arithmetic series (#1-5)
p.115 #11, 13
Handout: Pascal's triangle (finish colouring)

Mon, Jan 10

Geometric Series

Time to work on Summative
Examples - Geometric series (#1-3)
p.123 #4, 8, 12, 13

Tues, Jan 11

More with Pascal's Triangle
Applications of Sequences & Series

Applications of Pascal's triangle
*first draft of summative due tomorrow*

Wed, Jan 12

Financial Math - TVM Solver

handout

Thurs, Jan 13

Financial Math - Annuities

handout

Fri, Jan 14

Financial Math - Annuities

- discussion of investment and loan products (e.g. RRSPs, TFSAs, student loans, mortgages, lines of credit, consumer credit cards, good debt vs bad debt)
- time to work on Summative

Mon, Jan 17

Review

Tues, Jan 18

Exam Review
- Units 1-3 (Characteristics of Functions)

Wed, Jan 19

Unit 6 Test

Thurs, Jan 20

Exam Review
- Units 4-6 (Exponential, Trigonometric & Discrete Functions)

Fri, Jan 21

Exam Review
- stations
- discuss practice exam (handed out before Christmas)

Mon, Jan 24

Exam Review

Unit 5: Trigonometry and Trigonometric Functions

Date

Topic

Classwork/Homework

Mon Nov 29

Review of Trigonometry from Grade 10 math
- right triangles (SOH CAH TOA)
- non-right triangles (sine and cosine laws)
- angles of elevation and depression

Handouts:
1. Reciprocal trig ratios - finish example 2
2. Trig problems - finish front side examples #1-5, back side example #2
3. Online text 5.7 #5, 9; online text 5.8 #3ad, 4

Wed Dec 1

Ambiguous case of the sine law

Finish example #3 from yesterday (Emma on bridge)
Handouts:
1. Ambiguous case of sine law - front side
2. Online text 5.6 #5ad, 8

Thurs Dec 2

No homework

Fri Dec 3

Ambiguous case of sine law - cont'd
3D problems - cont'd

5.7 #5, 6
5.8 #7, 8

Mon Dec 6

Special angles

Handout: #1, 2, 3, 4abc (not #4def, 5)

Tues Dec 7

Trigonometric identities

Quiz
Special angles handout from yesterday: #4def
Handout: Trigonometric Identities (#1-3 on back of sheet)

Wed Dec 8

Trigonometric identities
Consolidation/Review

Handout from yesterday: Trigonometric Identities #4
More practice with identities: text p.538 #1-13 (as needed)

Thurs Dec 9

Introduction to periodic functions
- developed Unit Circle using special triangles
- graphed y = sinx and y = cosx from unit circle

Correct Tuesday's quiz
finish graphs of y = sinx and y = cosx from unit circle

Fri Dec 10

Transformations of trigonometric functions

Handout

Mon Dec 13

Modelling/Application

Handout

description of course summative handed out *

Tues Dec 14

Modelling/Application

Handout

Wed Dec 15

Unit 5 Review

Handout

Thurs Dec 16

Unit 5 Test

Fri Dec 17

Time to work on MCR3U course summative

Handout from Monday
- first draft due January 12
- final draft due January 27 (at exam)

Exam Review (part 1):
Course text (hardcover)
p.297 #1-10
p.391 #1-17 (but not 9-11)

Unit 4: Exponential Functions

Date

Topic

Classwork/Homework

Wed Nov 10

Intro to Exponent Rules (Online 4.2)

Handout: 4.2 lesson (in package of work along with midterm review) including answers
Hmk: section 4.2 #4-15 (as needed)

Thur Nov 11

Intro to Exponent Rules (Online 4.2)

Consolidation - reviewing work from earlier in the week

Study for midterm/finish review sheets

Fri Nov 12

Rational Exponents (Online 4.3)

Handout: 4.3 lesson
Hmk: section 4.3 #1-7 as needed

Mon Nov 15

Simplifying Expressions with Rational Exponents (Online 4.4)

Handout: Two double sides review sheets for Units 1-3 (for midterm)
Handout: 4.4 lesson (plus answers for 4.3 and 4.4)

Hmk: section 4.4 #2-7 as needed; 8ab, 9ab, 12

Tues Nov 16

Course Midterm (Units 1-3)

When finished - catch up on Rational exponent work from 4.2 to 4.4 (previously assigned)

Wed Nov 17

Review of Rational Exponents

*Report Cards issued along with mark update including midterm mark*

Handout (two double-sided pages): answers for Mid-chapter review, 4.5 through 4.7, end of chapter reviews
Handout: 4.5 lesson - completed in class
4.6 lesson - did #1, 2 in class (with graphing calculators)
Homework - continue to review work with rational exponents

Thurs Nov 18

Review of Rational Exponents
Transformations of Exponential Functions

Handout: 4.6 lesson - #4, 5, 9, 10

Fri Nov 19

Graphing Exponential Functions

Quiz - Working with rational exponents (four questions)
Handout: Transformations of Exponential Functions
- pages 1-2 completed in class
- pages 3-4 for homework

Handout: Transformations of Functions (8 page package) - only need ONE of the following
[this handout will be used Mon-Thurs this week]
a) Letter size paper:

Final Exam: Wednesday, January 26 @ 8:30 in room S211Practice exam - handed out Dec 17 in class (solutions will be posted in class)

Review (Part 1): p.297 #1-10; p.391 #1-17 (but not #9, 10, 11)

Summative Due: Wednesday, January 26 (or earlier); first draft due Wednesday, January 12Unit 6: Discrete FunctionsText: p.47 #1a, 2ad, 3ab, 5a, 11a

New handout (2 problems)

Text: p.50 #18; p.57 #1a, 2ad, 3ab, 5a, 10-12

Intro to Series

- Add the numbers 1 to 100

Quiz: Sequences

Intro to Pascal's Triangle

Examples - Arithmetic series (#1-5)

p.115 #11, 13

Handout: Pascal's triangle (finish colouring)

Examples - Geometric series (#1-3)

p.123 #4, 8, 12, 13

Applications of Sequences & Series

*first draft of summative due tomorrow*

- time to work on Summative

- Units 1-3 (Characteristics of Functions)

- Units 4-6 (Exponential, Trigonometric & Discrete Functions)

- stations

- discuss practice exam (handed out before Christmas)

Unit 5: Trigonometry and Trigonometric Functions- right triangles (SOH CAH TOA)

- non-right triangles (sine and cosine laws)

- angles of elevation and depression

p.401 #1, 2, 4-6

Solving Trig problems (2D & 3D)

1. Reciprocal trig ratios - finish example 2

2. Trig problems - finish front side examples #1-5, back side example #2

3. Online text 5.7 #5, 9; online text 5.8 #3ad, 4

Handouts:

1. Ambiguous case of sine law - front side

2. Online text 5.6 #5ad, 8

3D problems - cont'd

5.8 #7, 8

Special angles handout from yesterday: #4def

Handout: Trigonometric Identities (#1-3 on back of sheet)

Consolidation/Review

More practice with identities: text p.538 #1-13 (as needed)

- developed Unit Circle using special triangles

- graphed y = sinx and y = cosx from unit circle

finish graphs of y = sinx and y = cosx from unit circle

- first draft due January 12

- final draft due January 27 (at exam)

Exam Review (part 1):Course text (hardcover)

p.297 #1-10

p.391 #1-17 (but not 9-11)

Unit 4: Exponential FunctionsHmk: section 4.2 #4-15 (as needed)

Study for midterm/finish review sheets

Hmk: section 4.3 #1-7 as needed

Handout: 4.4 lesson (plus answers for 4.3 and 4.4)

Hmk: section 4.4 #2-7 as needed; 8ab, 9ab, 12

*Report Cards issued along with mark update including midterm mark*

Handout: 4.5 lesson - completed in class

4.6 lesson - did #1, 2 in class (with graphing calculators)

Homework - continue to review work with rational exponents

Transformations of Exponential Functions

Handout: Transformations of Exponential Functions

- pages 1-2 completed in class

- pages 3-4 for homework

Handout: Chapter 4 Self-Test and Chapter 4 Review (package)

Applications of Exponential Functions

Examples: Solving exponential equations

Handout: 4.7 lesson (growth & decay)

Unit 3: Quadratic Relations- factored form

- standard form

- vertex form

- properties of quadratics

Handout: 3.2 extra practice

We did #1-3, 13, 14 together

also do #4-8, finish 13, 14

- completing the square

- midchapter review from Monday

- sheet 3.2 from last week

- midchapter review sheet from last week

- continued

Handout 3.3 (from yesterday): #7, 8, 12-15

More CTS practice: course text p.306 #3, 5 (optional)

- by graphing

- by factoring

- using quadratic formula

Handout 3.5 #7, 8, 13 ,15

Handout 3.5 #9-11

Handout 3.6 (same package as 3.5) #3bc, 4, 6

Handout 3.7 #1-5 (homework)

begin review (3 page handout)

continue with review

radicals review

list of topics on test

Unit 2: Equivalent Algebraic ExpressionsFactoring with grid:

Text: p.353 #3-5, 8

- connecting restrictions to graphs

- asymptotes vs holes

p.382 #36, 37

Handouts from online text:

Mid-Chapter review p.107 #1-10 as needed (focus on 2, 6, 11)

Section 2.4 p.113 #4-8, 12, 13, 14, 15

Text: p.369 #3 (as needed), 4-6 (subtractions)Unit review handed out - two sheets

Handout: Unit 2 Self Test (2 sheets)

Unit 1: Introduction to FunctionsMath Autobiography

Introductory Activity (Lines, Circles, Quadratics)

Lesson - Functions, Domain & Range

Handout (1.1): #2, 6, 7, 12

Yesterday's handout: #1, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15

Note: Recognizing functions from equations (lines, parabolas, "sideways parabolas" and circles)

Note: Function Notation

Handout (1.2): #1, 4, 7

Handout (1.2): #2, 10, 15, 17

Handout: Graphing Parent Functions

Homework: Review for Friday's quiz

Note - Exploring Transformations of Parent Functions

Continued graphing handout (1.6) from yesterday (Question E)

Review handout & solutions (mid-chapter review page from online text)

Vertical & Horizontal Translations (package #1)

Reflections (package #2)

Handout: Transformations of Functions (8 page package) - only need ONE of the following

[this handout will be used Mon-Thurs this week]

a) Letter size paper:

b) Legal size paper:

Vertical & Horizontal Stretches (package #3)

Combinations (package #4)

Combinations (package #4 cont'd)

Quiz #2:

Handout: Connecting Transformations & Function Notation

Handout: Combinations of Transformations (Line Segments)

Review package handed out (4 sheets including answers)

Time in class to continue working on Friday's handouts for reivew

When finished: p.302 #3, 4, 5, 7