Course name: Foundations of Mathematics Course code: (MFM2P)

Grade: 10
Credits:1.0
Type: Applied
Language of Study: English
Prerequisites: MFM1P or MPM1D
Course description: Develop and graph equations in analytic geometry. Solve and apply linear systems. Interpret graphs of quadratic relations. Investigate trigonometry of right triangles, and the measurement of three-dimensional figures. Preview Course
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MFM2P Foundations of Mathematics Grade 10 online course
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Grade: 10
Credits:1.0
Type: Applied
Language of Study: English
Prerequisites: MFM1P or MPM1D
Course description: Develop and graph equations in analytic geometry. Solve and apply linear systems. Interpret graphs of quadratic relations. Investigate trigonometry of right triangles, and the measurement of three-dimensional figures. Preview Course

Course Overview

This course enables you to consolidate your understanding of linear relations and extend your problem-solving and algebraic skills through investigation, the effective use of technology, and hands-on activities. You will develop and graph equations in analytic geometry; solve and apply linear systems, using real-life examples; and explore and interpret graphs of quadratic relations. You will investigate similar triangles, the trigonometry of right triangles, and the measurement of three-dimensional figures. You will consolidate your mathematical skills as you solve problems and communicate your thinking.

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28 Lessons

1.1   Exploring similar triangles

1.2   Problem solving using similar triangles

1.3   Connecting similar triangles to the primary trigonometric ratios

1.4   Using sine, cosine and tangent ratios to find sides and angles

1.5   Using the primary trigonometric ratios to solve problems

1.6   Using the imperial and metric systems

1.7   Surface area and volume of common three-dimensional solids

1.8   Solving measurement problems with surface area and volume

2.1   Manipulating and solving linear equations

2.2   Equations of lines

2.3   Connecting rates of change to the slope of a line

2.4   The special lines y = b and x = a

2.5   Graphing standard and y = mx + b forms

2.6   Determining the equation of a line

2.7   Solving Linear Systems Graphically

2.8   Elimination

2.9   Substitution

2.1   Solving problems using systems of equations

3.1   Multiplying monomials and polynomials

3.2   Expanding binomial products

3.3   Factoring out a common factor

3.4   Factoring x squared + bx + c

3.5   Factoring the difference of two squares

4.1   Comparing linear and quadratic relations

4.2   Graphing basic quadratic relations and connections to tables of values

4.3   Understanding the standard form y = x squared + bx + c

4.4   Using the factored form y equals (x - s) (x - r)

4.5   Solving quadratic relation problems graphically



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