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Topics for math test 2018

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Revised topic list for the academic class math proficiency test

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Topics for math test 2018

  1. 1. SPH3U1 Academic Physics Math Test Topics September 2018
  2. 2. Why do a math test? • Understanding, and being to apply, mathematical concepts is a requirement for being successful in grade 11 physics. • Students must bring well developed mathematical skills, at the grade 10 level, to this course. Students who do not possess the required skills will likely struggle with this subject and may not earn the credit. • This test will count and be part of your term mark.
  3. 3. Topics from Grade 10 Math (Required for math test) • Know, and be able to apply, the following: – Pythagorean theorem – Sine and Cosine Laws – Trigonometric ratios (and inverse trig ratios) – SOHCAHTOA • Be able to work with linear equations: – Using point – slope, or two points to get the equation of a line (y = mx + b form) – Solve a system of linear equations using substitution or elimination.
  4. 4. • Know what the angle of elevation is and what the angle of depression is and how to use these angles. • Be able to calculate the slope of a line. • Know what the y & x intercepts are and how to calculate them given sufficient information • Understand slopes: for parallel & perpendicular lines, vertical and horizontal lines
  5. 5. • Be able to determine the roots of a quadratic equation of the form ax2 + bx + c = 0. – This can be done by using quadratic formula (know this) and possibly by just factoring the quadratic equation – Understand the importance of the discriminant and how to use it to determine the number of roots.
  6. 6. • Students show know how to use inequalities (less than, greater than,…) signs • Know the shape of a quadratic equation when graphed and its name. • Be able to draw graphs that show the number of roots present
  7. 7. How to study for this test • Look over prior tests. As the math department gives your tests back you should have these! • Do not study topics not listed previously • Always put pencil to paper and solve problems! • KNOW required formulas and ratios. • Some review (not much) is in your physics textbook. Page 652, sections A6.4 and A6.5. Textbooks will be handed out by the end of the week • Use the internet!

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