Congratulations for making the wise and mature decision to voluntarily practice extra math.
These practice sheets are numbered by levels of difficulty. Each PDF document contains multiple versions of practice questions at the same level of difficulty. In the top right corner, an ID number is printed; this ID number is the version number. There are 3 versions for each worksheet. Each worksheet is followed by the answers. Please don’t print and waste paper if you don’t need to.
Don’t overdo it! “A little bit, often.” is better than “A lot, the day before.”
Practice good form. There is no such thing as scrap paper.
Don’t erase; do it again. If you have problems, someone (Mr. Shim) can help you by looking at your mistakes.
These are practice sheets; they do not necessarily prepare you for problem solving or other rich questions.
¨ Simplifying Radicals – simplifying radicands; collecting like terms; rationalizing denominators
¨ Rational Exponents – converting forms and simplifying
¨ Exponent Laws II – (review grade 10; integer exponents)
¨ Rational Exponents II – using exponent laws with rational exponents
¨ Solving Exponential Equations (logarithms are not required)
¨ Review Factoring – always factor the GCF first! Here we are factoring simple trinomials of the type .
¨ Review Factoring II – these are more difficult; trinomials of the type , where a ≠1.
¨ Review Factoring III – more practice.
¨ Graphing Quadratics (no axes); same as “Graphing Quadratics”, but saves printing as the axes are not provided.
v Evaluating Functions – using function notation, evaluate numeric values or expressions
v Graphing Functions – practice graphing parabolas, square root, absolute value and reciprocal functions
v Inverse Reciprocal Functions – practice determining inverse functions and their graphs using reciprocal functions
Basic Trigonometry – using right triangles: primary trig ratios; solve of side; solve for angle
Sine Law – solving triangles using sine law
Cosine Law – solving triangles using cosine law
Solving Triangles – using any method
Graphing Trig Functions I y=af(kx)
Graphing Trig Functions II y=af(k(x-p))+q
Graphing Trig Functions III y=af(k(x-p))+q , k can be neg
Graphing Sinusoids – practice graphing transformations of sine and cosine (in degrees)
¨ Review Sequences – arithmetic and geometric sequences
¨ Financial Mathematics