Math 11 Foundations

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Math 11 Foundations is an academic course that prepares students for Math 12 Foundations. Students need to be prepared to work hard and complete all assigned work to have success in this class. Math 11 includes topics such as: Reasoning, Angles and Triangles, Trigonometry, Statistics, Linear Inequalities, and Quadratic Equations. Extra help from Mrs. Della is available before school and at lunch in room 215.

NOTE: A listing of the homework assignments for the semester can be found below the “useful links” and “project” information.

Some useful links:

Project:

Homework Assignments for the Semester:
Unit 1 (Ch 2): Properties of Angles and Triangles
Ch 2 Notes key Della

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • 2.1 & 2.2 Exploring Parallel Lines
  • Hand out texts – also online
  • p. 72 # 2, 3 & 5, pg 79 #3,4
  • 2.2 Angles Formed by Parallel Lines
  • Do pg 78 #1&2 together
  • p. 79 # 6, 8, 12, 13, 15, 16, optional 19
  • Mid Ch Review
  • p. 85 # 1 – 8
  • 2.3 Angles Properties in Triangles
  • p. 91 # 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 15 & 17
  • Quiz /6 (on one note)
  • 2.4 Angle Properties in Polygons
  • p. 99 # 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 18
  • p. 104 # 1 – 6
  • p. 106 # 1 – 8, 10, 11 (Challenge #9)
  • Review Day – go over Qs
  • Discuss projects
  • Study by redoing questions
Chapter 2 Unit Test    /24

Unit 2 (Ch 3): Acute Triangle Trigonometry
Ch 3 Notes key Della

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • Measure the height of the flag pole (non-rainy day)
  • 3.1 Acute Angle Triangles
  • 3.1 Acute Angle Triangles
  • 3.2 Sine Law
  • p. 117 #1, 2, 4
  • p. 125 #3-6, 8, 11
  • Checkpoint & Quiz if time
  • p. 129 # 1 -9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Programming Presentation: Students go to the assigned room at the beginning of the period. Counsellors will take attendance:

    114/115   (Gagnes   A-Fe)

    123/124   (Young     Fi-L)

    208/209   (Luddu     M-S)

    218/219   (Johal       S-Z)

 

  • Quiz     /8  (Sine Law)
  • 3.3 Proving & Applying the Cosine Law

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • p. 137 # 4-6, 8, 11
  • 3.4 (1) Solving Problems Using Acute Triangles
  • p. 147 # 3, 4, 6, & 7
  • Quiz    /5   (Sine & Cosine Laws)
  • 3.4 (2) Solving Problems Using Acute Triangles
  • p. 149 # 11 – 14
  • Review Day
  • p. 152 # 1- 6
  • p. 154 # 1-3, 7 – 11
  • Choose topic for project by now
  • Project
    • Read pg 156-157;
    • Create research question AND a hypothesis (your guess as to what the answer will be)
    • Assess your question by doing the checklist on page 156 #1-4 and writing out your analysis of your question.
    • Hand in question and hypothesis by end of class 
    • If you have extra time, you can begin working on the questions or data collection from online.
Chapter 3 Unit Test    /23

Unit 3 (Ch 4): Oblique Triangle Trigonometry
Ch 4 Notes key Della

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • 4.1 Trig Ratios of Obtuse Angles
  • Worksheet
  • pg 163 # 1-4

 

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  • 4.2 (1) Sine & Cosine Law for Obtuse Angles

 

 

  • Cockpit Math presentation with David Black
  • http://www.airtimecanada.org
  • Sponsored by Canadian Owners & Pilot’s Association
  • p. 171 # (4,5)ac, 6, 8, 13 & 17

 

 

 

 

  • 4.2 (2) Sine & Cosine Law for Obtuse Angles
  • p. 171 # 2, 7, 12, 14
  • Checkpoint
  • Partner Quiz   /6
  • p. 175 # 1, 3, 4, 5, 6a, 8 & 9
  • p. 183 # 4-6
  • 4.3 (2) Sine Law Ambiguous Case
  • p. 183 # 10, 13, 17
  • 4.4 Solving Problems using Obtuse Triangles
  • p. 194 #4, 5, 6, 10, 13
  • Review Day
  • Will allow use of “reference sheet” on test – with the possible ambiguous cases itemized
  • Trigonometry Review (WB pg 13, 14)
  • p. 198 # 1abc, 2ace, 3, (challenge 5)
  • p. 200 # 2bd, , 3b, 5, 6a, 8
Project:

  • Turn to pg 202 – Choosing sources for your data collection
  • Decide primary or both (primary and secondary), make survey and/or plan how to find data, and hand in rough ideas by _Monday, Apr 8___
  • NOTE THAT at least one of your questions MUST be numerical (like percentages from a test, or ranges of values 0-10, 11-20, 21-30, etc)
  • Get 50 responses by  _Tues, Apr 23___

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 4 Unit Test    /31

Unit 4 (Ch 5): Statistical Reasoning
Ch 5 Sec 1-4 Notes key Della
Ch 5 Sec 5 Notes key

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • 5.1 Exploring Data
  • 5.2 Frequency Tables, Histograms & Freq Polygons
  • p. 211 # 1, 2, p. 222 #4
  • 5.1 Exploring Data
  • 5.2 Frequency Tables, Histograms & Freq Polygons
  • p. 223 # 6, 8 & 9
  • 5.3 Standard Deviation
  • p. 234 # 6, 7, 11, 13
  • Worksheet (Practice Quiz)
  • Go over questions from worksheet
  • Quiz   /18
  • Remaining time to finish and post surveys for project – need data in a week and a half!!
  • NOTE THAT at least one of your questions MUST be numerical (like percentages from a test, or ranges of values 0-10, 11-20, 21-30, etc)
  • 5.4 The Normal Distribution
  • p. 252 # 6, 8, 10
  • 5.4 continued
  • Start Z-scores?
  • pg 253 # 11 – 14
  • P. 264 # 5ac, 6ac, 7a, 8a, 9, 10
  • More Z-Scores
  • P. 264 #11, 13, 16, 19, 21
  • p. 274 # 4, 6 – 10
  • p. 277 # 1a (1999 only), 2, 3 (Self-Test)
  • p. 280 # 2,4,6,7,9,10 (Ch Rev)
  • Project Day – analyze data using stats from Ch 5
    • Look through and find a problem with similar data to your’s and use that as your example of how to find mean, median, mode, standard deviation, normal distribution graph, z-score, confidence level, etc …
Chapter 5 Unit Test /29

Unit 5 (Ch 6): Systems of Linear Inequalities
Ch 6 Sec 1-3 Notes key Della
Ch 6 Sec 4-6 Notes key Della

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • Review and Preview activity
  • Play Battleship (new version)
  • p. 303 #4, 5ace, 6ace, 7, 10 & 12

 

  • 6.3 Graphing to Solve Systems of Linear Inequalities
  • p. 318 #(4ac, 5i, 5iii)if you need to,
  • 6, 8 & 10 – for sure do these, check key for equations before graphing!
  • Checkpoint
  • p. 323 #2-5, 6(set up only) & 7a
  • Quiz   /9
  • 6.4 Optimization: Creating a Model
  • p. 330 #3 – 7

 

 

 

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  • Go over quiz and redo another one (keep better score)

 

  • 6.5 Optimization: Exploring Solutions
  • p. 334 #1 – 3
  • Review Day
  • Worksheet
  • Project day – project due June 10, emailed to tdella@sd43.bc.ca by 11:59 pm
Chapter 6 Unit Test   /28

Unit 6 (Ch 7): Quadratic Functions and Equations

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • 7.1 Exploring Quadratic Relations
  • p. 360 # 1-6
  • p. 369 # 4, 5, 9, 11, 13, 16
  • 7.2 Properties of Graphs of Quadratic Functions
  • 7.2 BLM Worksheet
  • p. 380 # 5ac, 7, 8ac, 9-11, & 13
  • 7.4 Factoring Review Day
  • 7.4 Factored Form of a Quadratic Function
  • p. 391 # 1, 2, 4ace, 7, 9, 10ace, 11ac, 16 & 18
  • Checkpoint
  • Quiz   /10 (at end of class)
  • P. 398 # 1, 2, 4, 5, 8
  • 7.5 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
  • Check In – Up to now
  • 7.6 Vertex Form (part 1)
  • Worksheet (7.1 – 7.5)
  • p. 417 # 1ace, 2ace & 4
  • 7.6 Vertex Form (part 2)
  • p. 417 # 5, 11, 12, 15
  • 7.7 Using the Quadratic formula
  • Do WS 7.7 notes package (pg 24 and 25)
  • p. 443 # 1, 2, 4ac, 5, 7a, 8ac, 9, 11,13ac
  • Ch 7 Review
  • Worksheet (similar to test)
  • Ch 7 Review Key (like test)
  • Bonus project:
    • Create a pattern using quadratic functions.
    • Label each line with its equation, right on the graph.
    • Colour it.
    • You can use y=x2 , or x=y2 to get sideways graphs.
    • See Ms. Della’s examples
  • Rockets – Build
Chapter 7 Unit Test   /31
  • Continue building rockets once complete test
  • Finish rockets
  • Final Exam Review
    • Ch 2 pg 111 #9-13
    • Ch 3-5 pg 287 #1-14
    • Ch 6-8 pg 520 #1-11 (and #12-14 after the next unit)
  • Launch Rockets? (weather permitting)
 
Rocket returning to Earth!

Unit 7 (Ch 8): Proportional Reasoning

Date

Lesson Practice Assignments
  • Everyone email me presentations by tonight 11:59pm!! tdella@sd43.bc.ca Presentations start tomorrow.
  • 8.1 Comparing & Interpreting Rates
  • Final Exam Omit-a-Test Review – If you fully complete this,, showing ALL THE WORK, and mark/correct it using the textbook answer key, you may choose a test to omit from the semester. This page is due right before we begin the final exam. (You may do the work right on the page.)
  • p. 459 #4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14
  • Draw names for presentation dates…
  • Presentations: 
  • 8.2 Solving Problems that Involve Rates
  • p. 467 #3, 5, 6, 12, 14, 15 & 18
  • Presentations: 
  • Review (quiz tomorrow)
  • Review for Final Exam as well
  • p. 473 #1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9 (mid ch review)
  • Quiz   /6 (on one note – some Qs from checkpoint)
  • Presentations: 
  • 8.3 Scale Diagrams
  • p. 480 # 5, 6, 9-12
  • Presentations: 
  • 8.4 Scale Factors & Areas of 2-D Shapes
  • P. 487 # 4b, 5b, 6, 7, 10, 13
  • Presentations: 
  • 8.5 Similar Objects: Scale Models & Diagrams
  • p. 498 # 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 14 & 18
  • Presentations: 
  • 8.6 Scale Factors & 3-D Objects
  • p. 508 # 1b, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11
  • Presentations:
  • Review Day for Final Exam
  • Worksheet (in package)
  • Presentations: 
  • Online, choose a building to create a scale drawing of.
  • When finished, review for final exam

Small Unit Test   /12

  • Final Exam Review
  • Games/Review for final exam
  • Choose a test to re-write – review for it, ask questions

Rewrite-a-test day

  • October Sky – movie (Quadratics) — if time
  • October Sky continued
W June 19
  • Fully completed 8.5×14 Bonus Review is due before starting final exam – write which test you would like to omit by your name on the Bonus Review.

Final Exam