• Quadratic Relations of the Form y = ax2 + bx + c
- Investigating the Basic Properties of Quadratic Relations
- Relating the Graph of y = x2 and Its Transformations
- Solving Problems Involving Quadratic Relations
• Analytic Geometry
- Using Linear Systems to Solve Problems
- Solving Problems Involving Properties of Line Segments
- Using Analytic Geometry to Verify Geometric Properties
• Trigonometry
- Investigating Similarity and Solving Problems Involving Similar Triangles
- Solving Problems Involving the Trigonometry of Right Triangles
- Solving Problems Involving the Trigonometry of Acute Triangles

### Chapter 1: Using Linear Systems to Solve Problems

1.1: Modelling with Linear Equations
1.2: Exploration: Tables of Values and Linear Systems
1.3: Solving Linear Systems: Graphing by Hand
1.4: Technology: Graphing Lines Using the TI-83 Plus Calculator
1.5: Investigating Ways That Two Lines Can Intersect
1.6: Technology: Determining the Point of Intersection
1.7: Solving a Linear System Using Graphing Technology
1.8: Solving a Linear System Algebraically: Substitution
1.9: Solving a Linear System Algebraically: Elimination
1.10: Technology: Linear Regression Using the TI-83 Plus Calculator
1.11: Modelling Using Linear Systems

### CHAPTER 2: Coordinates and Geometry: Where Shapes Meet Symbols

2.1: Exploration: Graphical Images: Combining Symbolic and Visual Models
2.2: Technology: Using The Geometer's Sketchpad
2.3: Distance on the Plane—Part I: Distance From the Origin
2.4: The Equation of a Circle
2.5: Distance on the Plane—Part II
2.6: Technology: The Geometer's Sketchpad: The Midpoint of a Line Segment
2.7: Finding the Midpoint of a Line Segment
2.8: Classifying Shapes on a Coordinate Plane
2.9: Technology: The Geometer's Sketchpad: The Point of Intersection
2.10: Using the Point of Intersection to Solve Problems
2.11: Verifying Geometric Properties

### CHAPTER 3: Analyzing and Applying Quadratic Models

3.3: Technology: Finding the Zeros of a Quadratic Relation Using a TI-83 Plus Calculator
3.4: The Role of the Zeros of a Quadratic Relation
3.5: Exploration: Multiplying Binomials Using Algebra Tiles
3.6: Technology: Using Quadratic Regression to Find the Curve of Best Fit with a TI-83 Plus Calculator
3.7: Standard Form of a Quadratic Relation
3.8: Extending Algebra Skills: Factoring Quadratic Expressions
3.9: Solving Problems with Quadratic Equations

4.2: The Vertex Form of a Quadratic Relation
4.3: Using Technology to Investigating Transformations of Quadratics
4.4: Using Symmetry to Relate Standard Form to Vertex Form
4.5: Technology: Finding the Maximum or Minimum Values of a Quadratic Relation
4.6: Determining Maximum and Minimum Values Algebraically: Completing the Square

### CHAPTER 5: Introduction to Trigonometry

5.1: Technology: Constructing Triangles with The Geometer's Sketchpad
5.2: Investigating and Comparing Triangles
5.3: Technology: Enlarging or Reducing a Triangle with The Geometer's Sketchpad
5.4: Modelling with Similar Triangles
5.5: Exploration: Slopes and Angles of Ramps
5.6: Investigating the Connection Between Slope and Angle
5.7: The Primary Trigonometric Ratios
5.8: Solving Problems Using Right Triangle Models and Trigonometry

### CHAPTER 6: Investigating Non-Right Triangles as Models for Problems

6.2: The Vertex Form of a Quadratic Relation
6.3: Using Technology to Investigating Transformations of Quadratics
6.4: Using Symmetry to Relate Standard Form to Vertex Form
6.5: Technology: Finding the Maximum or Minimum Values of a Quadratic Relation
6.6: Determining Maximum and Minimum Values Algebraically: Completing the Square

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### Chapter 1: Linear Systems

1.1 Connect English With Mathematics and Graphing Lines
1.2 The Method of Substitution
1.3 Investigate Equivalent Linear Relations and Equivalent Linear Systems
1.4 The Method of Elimination
1.5 Solve Problems Using Linear Systems

### CHAPTER 2: Analytic Geometry

2.1: Midpoint of a Line Segment
2.2: Length of a Line Segment
2.3: Apply Slope, Midpoint, and Length Formulas
2.4: Equation for a Circle

### CHAPTER 3: Geometric Properties

3.1: Investigate Properties of Triangles
3.2: Verify Properties of Triangles
3.5: Properties of Circles

4.1: Investigate Non-Linear Relations
4.4: Graph y = a(x – h)2 + k
4.5: Quadratic Relations of the Form y = a(x – r)(x – s)
4.6: Negative and Zero Exponents

5.1: Multiply Polynomials
5.2: Special Products
5.3: Common Factors
5.4: Factor Quadratic Expressions of the Form x2 + bx + c
5.5: Factor Quadratic Expressions of the Form ax2 + bx + c
5.6: Factor a Perfect Square Trinomial and a Difference of Squares

6.1: Maxima and Minima
6.3: Graph Quadratics Using the x-Intercepts
6.5: Solve Problems Using Quadratic Equations

### CHAPTER 7: Trigonometry of Right Triangles

7.1: Investigate Properties of Similar Triangles
Use Technology
Create Designs With Similar and Congruent Figures Using Dynamic Geometry Software
7.2: Use Similar Triangles to Solve Problems
7.3: The Tangent Ratio
7.4: The Sine and Cosine Ratios
7.5: Solve Problems Involving Right Triangles

### CHAPTER 8: Trigonometry of Acute Triangles

8.1: The Sine Law
8.2: The Cosine Law
8.3: Find Angles Using the Cosine Law
Use Technology
Program a Graphing Calculator
Use Technology
Program a TI-89 Calculator
8.4: Solve Problems Using Trigonometry

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