### MFM2P Grade 10 Applied Math

Course note package: The entire course in 9 pages with worked examples.

MT: Measurement and Trigonometry

MT1. SIMILAR TRIANGLES:
use their knowledge of ratio and proportion to investigate similar triangles and solve problems related to similarity;

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos : Practice Problems: Solving similar triangles: http://bit.ly/LAAjTY  Similar or not? http://bit.ly/1lsadTd Similarity: http://bit.ly/1jltJPc  Solving similar triangles: http://bit.ly/1mJisL4 Practice: http://bit.ly/1goUZeq  Practice: http://bit.ly/1mXL7MQ   Practice: http://bit.ly/1eGtKpW   Practice:  http://bit.ly/1k4MDcw

MT2. PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM & TRIG RATIOS:
solve problems involving right triangles, using the primary trigonometric ratios and the Pythagorean theorem;

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Trig intro: http://bit.ly/1abo7Us  Sine, cosine & tangent: http://bit.ly/1bML2AH  Pythagorean Theorem: http://bit.ly/1dgT0SE  Pythagorean Theorem proof:  http://bit.ly/1ey7AKi  Pythagorean Theorem interactive:  http://bit.ly/1i3GM4q Trig ratios:  http://bit.ly/1jiaqWR  Finding missing sides & angles in right triangles:  http://bit.ly/QXKPYq  Using Pythagorean Theorem:  http://bit.ly/1nAmKm6   Pythagorean Theorem proof:  http://bit.ly/1gAWAin Trig ratios:  http://bit.ly/1gItdpk   Trig Practice:  http://bit.ly/1iYCWwO  Trig Practice:  http://bit.ly/1bMLgb6  Trig practice:  http://bit.ly/T7cSFJ   Pythagorean Practice: http://bit.ly/1fwDupM   Pythagorean Practice:  http://bit.ly/1aQ0em8

MT3. SURFACE AREA & VOLUME:
solve problems involving the surface areas and volumes of three-dimensional figures, and use the imperial and metric systems of measurement.

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: 3-D solids (V & SA):  http://bit.ly/LACoiu Surface area: http://bit.ly/1aPYuJH  Surface area of composite shapes:  http://bit.ly/1bMMjYz  Volume: http://bit.ly/1gAV93q Volume of cones, cylinders & spheres:  http://bit.ly/1luK1Sa  Volume practice:  http://bit.ly/1dUxu5Y  Surface area practice (rectangular prisms):  http://bit.ly/1dgSJiD  Surface area practice: http://bit.ly/1iYDXFb  Practice area, volume & surface area:  http://bit.ly/1mYp9Jy

LR: Modelling Linear Relations

LR1. SOLVING EQUATIONS:

manipulate and solve algebraic equations, as needed to solve problems;

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Solving equations:  http://bit.ly/1i3ICCl Substitution:  http://bit.ly/1i48lKW Solving equations:  http://bit.ly/1lsd6Dh  Rearranging formulas:  http://bit.ly/1cGWjXr 1-step + - equation solving:http://bit.ly/T7ta1h   1-step x ÷ equation solving:  http://bit.ly/1jMKGBX   2-step equation solving:  http://bit.ly/1dgUmgf  Word problems:  http://bit.ly/T7tq0r  Equations w/ variables on both sides:  http://bit.ly/1lkqJjz  Equation solving steps:  http://bit.ly/1hOpYwO  Practice rearranging equations:  http://bit.ly/1abrAT1  Practice solving equations w/ algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1bMPU8Z

LR2. CREATING GRAPHS, TABLES & EQUATIONS:
graph a line and write the equation of a line from given information;

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Linear equations:  http://bit.ly/1lsdKk9 Using x- and y-intercepts:  http://bit.ly/1fkjyor  Slope: http://bit.ly/1cGXaYm   Using slope & y-intercept:  http://bit.ly/18H9EiW  Creating equations:  http://bit.ly/1bhjU05  Linear Regression on a graphing calculator: http://bit.ly/LY32l8 Cockroach game: http://bit.ly/1g6MfGw   Distance VS Time graph game:  http://davidwees.com/graphgame/  Slope: http://bit.ly/1aQ1ENB   Linear relations:  http://bit.ly/1ksmsei   Graphing an equation:  http://bit.ly/1eGzHTC   y-intercept:  http://bit.ly/1bhkY3V  Creating an equation:  http://bit.ly/1gAZeEA

LR3. SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS:

solve systems of two linear equations, and solve related problems that arise from realistic situations.

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Systems of linear equations:  http://bit.ly/1bfD7ff Interpreting a point of intersection: http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=QRHHDXc   Solving systems graphically w/ a graphing calculator: http://youtu.be/45jx68vFPjY   Solving systems graphically by hand:  http://bit.ly/IL8feO   Solving systems by elimination:  http://bit.ly/1c942yg  Solving systems by substitution:  http://bit.ly/1cptpdq Practice solving linear systems graphically:  http://bit.ly/LAHJGK  Practice elimination:  http://bit.ly/1bhlT4k   Practice susbstitution:  http://bit.ly/1nArBn6

QR: Quadratic Relations of the Form y = ax2 + bx + c

QR1. FACTORING & EXPANDING

manipulate algebraic expressions, as needed to understand quadratic relations;

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Factoring & Expanding w/ algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1egn4nz What the heck are algebra tiles?http://bit.ly/1lshN02   Factoring w/ algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1gB2CiU  Factoring w/ algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1n4t9CW  Factoring w/o algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1lsi2rZ  Expanding w/ algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1aQ4SjZ   Expanding w/o algebra tiles:  http://bit.ly/1eoLo51  Expanding (binomial squared):  http://bit.ly/1ijymXb Practicing w/ algebra tiles (click on "factor" & "expand" tabs):  http://bit.ly/1bMPU8Z  Factoring easier:  http://bit.ly/1bMV84O  Factoring harder:  http://bit.ly/1fJ7qhv   Expanding easier:  http://bit.ly/Mo1ukR  Expanding harder:  http://bit.ly/1dUBeVe

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Graphing quadratics:  http://bit.ly/1lsivdv Features of quadratics/parabolas:  http://bit.ly/1oNeM9I   Graphing quadratics: Key Features of Quadratics (use desmos to graph the equation)

solve problems by interpreting graphs of quadratic relations.

 Tutorial Websites: Tutorial Videos: Practice Problems: Quadratics in real life:  http://bit.ly/1egoe2g Interpreting quadratics:  http://bit.ly/1fkniqd   Interpreting quadratics w/ graphing calculator:  http://bit.ly/1ijzcTR Interpreting Quadratics (use desmos to graph the equation) Quadratic relations problems:  http://bit.ly/RVCBAb