CP Math 1 to Honors Math 2

 

If you have just completed CP Math 1 and are planning to take Honors Math 2, there are some topics that you have not been taught that you will need to learn to be fully prepared for class.  Below you will find a list of these topics, links to resources that can be used to learn these topics, as well as a self assessment to use to test yourself.  It is up to you to be as prepared for the start of class as possible.  You will need to come to guidance in August to take a Trigonometry Assessment, Linear Systems Assessment, and the Honors Math 1 Final Exam.  You must score an 85 or higher  on all three assessments. .  Good Luck.
 

List of Topics that need to be supplemented:  (Use the websites, videos, and tools linked to help learn the necessary topics)

* Topics not covered in CP                                    # Topics covered deeper in Honors

A. *Linear Systems  - including 3 variable systems

Graphing

 

Systems of Linear Equations: Definitions (page 1 of 7) - Purple Math


Systems of equations with graphing - Khan Academy

 

Substitution

Systems of Linear Equations: Solving by Substitution (page 4 of 7) - Purple Math


Systems of equations with substitution - Khan Academy

 

 

Linear Combination

Systems of Linear Equations: Solving by Addition / Elimination (page 5 of 7) - Purple Math


Systems of equations with elimination - Khan Academy

 

 

Matrices

Representing linear systems with matrix equations - Khan Academy


Solving Systems Using Inverse Matrices (PDF Document)

 

3 Variable Systems

Paul's Online Math Notes - Linear Systems with Three Variables


Systems of Linear Equations: Solving by Gaussian Elimination (page 6 of 7) - Purple Math

 

Note – Should be comfortable with application problems involving linear systems.

 Application Practice

B. #Fraction Work

Visually adding fractions - Khan Academy

Finding common denominators - Khan Academy

Adding mixed numbers - Khan Academy

Multiplying 2 fractions - Khan Academy

Understanding division of fractions - Khan Academy

C. #Simplifying Radicals

http://www.themathpage.com/alg/simplify-radicals.htm

 

D. #Function Notation

What is a function? - Khan Academy


E.  *Trigonometry

i. Right Triangle Trigonometry


Finding sides using right triangle trigonometry Tutorial:  Kahn Academy Link

Finding sides using right triangle trigonometry Questions:  Link

Finding angles using right triangle trigonometry Tutorial:  Kahn Academy Link

Finding angles using right triangle trigonometry Questions:  Kahn Academy Link



ii. Law of Sines:

youtube tutorial:  Link

Khan Academy Link

Finding an Angle using Law of Sines Khan Link

Law of Sines Practice Problems:  Khan Link



 
Self Assessment for transition to Math 2- Honors:

Self Assessment Test


Self Assessment Answer Key