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Welcome to MBF3C Foundations for College Mathematics. Please read and review the course outline in the files section below. Please sign and return the acknowlegement form by Friday September 8, 2017. Please also take a moment to join this webpage.

Homework:

Unit 2: Quadratics.
Mon. Oct. 23rd. Please note that due to a presentation today, the test has been moved to Wed. Oct. 25th.
Fri. Oct. 20th. Finish the test review for Tuesday's test.
Tues. Oct. 17th. Practice Test. Pg. 228 - 229 #1 - 11.
Mon. Oct. 16th. Review (Chp 4). Pg. 226 - 227 # 1 - 3, 5 - 7, 9, 10, 12.
Fri. Oct. 13th. Working with Graphs. Pg. 214 - 216 # 6 - 9.
Thurs. Oct. 12th. Pg. 212 - 214 # 1, 2(b, d, f, h, j), 3(a, d, h), 4, 5 (a,c).
Wed. Oct. 11th. Quadratic Relations. y = a(x - h)2. Pg. 200 - 202 # 1 - 5.
Tues. Oct. 10th. Quadratic Relations. y = ax2 + k. Pg. 190 - 192 #1 - 5, 6, 7, 9, 11.
Fri. Oct. 6th. Introduction to Quadratics. Graphing from a table of values.
Thurs. Oct. 5th. Recognizing quadratics from a graph, equation or first & second differences.

Unit 1: Trigonometry
Fri. Sept. 22nd. Trigonometry Decision-Making Flow Chart. "Pop" quiz.
Thurs. Sept. 21st. Cosine Law. Continue working on yesteday's practice questions (handout).
Wed. Sept. 20th. Cosine Law. Questions #1, 2.
Tues. Sept. 19th. Finish questions from handout on Sine Law. #4, 5 (a,c,e). 6, 7, 8.
Mon. Sept. 18th. Sine Law. Complete #1 and 2 from today's practice questions (handout).
Fri. Sept. 15th. Students completed an in-class assignment on trigonometry.
Thurs. Sept. 14th. Application Questions. Handout #1 - 7, 10 - 13, 17.
Wed. Sept. 13th. Math Lab Activity. Using a clinometer to determine the height of structures.
Tues. Sept. 12th. Applications of Trig Ratios. In-class.
Mon. Sept. 11th. Review of Primary Trig Ratios to determine angles and sides of right-angle triangles. Finish questions #1 and 2 on the last page of today's handout for "solving triangles".
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