## 11 SL Double-Angle Identities

Complete the following questions before Wednesday’s class.

Exercise 11D questions 1–5, 7 (only the first column), 9

## 11 SL Manipulating Trigonometric Expressions

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 11 C.1 questions 2ghijkl, 3, 4
Exercise 11 C.2 questions 2, 3

## 9 Extended: Factoring Practice

Complete the following factoring exercises before our next class. (This is our last set of questions on factoring!).

Exercise 3G questions 1–3

Complete the following questions before Friday’s class.

Exercise 3F questions 2 and 4

## 11 SL Working with Trigonometric Models

Complete the following question before our next class.

Exercise 11B question 4

## 11 SL Solving More Complex Trigonometric Equations

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 11A.3 questions 1ac, 2bc, 6abcdefhi

## 9 Extended: Further Factoring

Complete the following questions before our next class. Note that these will all involve the “p, q” method, once you factor out any common factors.

Exercise 3E questions 4 and 5

## 11 SL Solving Trigonometric Equations

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 11A.2 (use a calculator for these) questions 1 and 2
Exercise 11A.3 (don’t use a calculator for these) questions 1b and 2a

## 12 SL The Inverse Normal Distribution

Complete the following questions before our next class.

Exercise 24D.1 questions 2–4

## 12 HL Taylor Series

Complete the following questions before our next class (these are from the Pearson book).

Pages 1411–1412 questions 17a, 23, 26abc