Mrs. Pleadwell Notes

Graduation 2018


Posted: June 9, 2020

Online Lesson 21

This is the last online Lesson.  Watch the video and do Questions 1-7 attached.  Have it completed by noon on Friday, June 15th.

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Posted: June 8, 2020

Online Lesson 20

Watch the video on "Setting a Price: and try the attached questions (#1-6).

This is the last week of online learning.  There will be one more lesson.

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Posted: June 4, 2020

Online Lesson 19

Watch the video on unit price and try the attached questions.  Reach out with any questions you have and send me a picture of your completed assignment.


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Posted: June 2, 2020

Online Lesson 18

Watch the video on Rate, Ratio and Proportions.

Do the attached questions 1-9.

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Posted: May 27, 2020

Online Lesson #17

Watch the video on Compound Interest and try the attached questions.

Note:  The last part of Question 2 is Simple Interest.  You have to calculate the interest first and then add on the principal.

Here are a couple answers so you can ensure you are on the correct path.

Question 1, first part:  $573.90 and $93.90 and Question 2, first part:  $38066.03 and $26066.03

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Posted: May 24, 2020

If you have any assignments completed, please send me a picture asap.

Posted: May 24, 2020

Online Lesson #16

Watch the video on Simple Interest and do the attached sheet.  Here are a few answers to ensure you are on the right track.

1a) - $11.10

2a) - $5.34 and $255.34

3b) - 1.7 of a year

3e) 2.5%

3g) $2250.00


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Posted: May 20, 2020

Online Lesson #15

Watch the video on using trig to solve word problems.  There are two new concepts included:  Angle of elevation and angle of depression.

Do what you can with the attached assignment.  It is alright if you can't get them all but you can ask me for help if you need it as well.

I will give you one answer from each page so you can see if you are doing ok.

Page 1, Question 3 - 14.3m; Page 2, Question 4 - 22.0m and Page 3, Question 9 - 20.9m  ** For Question 9, you have to find the height of the tree from the man's eye level then add on this height to this point to get the total height of the tree.

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Posted: May 19, 2020

Online Lesson #14

Watch the video on financing a car and calculating the true rate of interest.  I have attached a question sheet to try.  I have also included a sheet to show your answers on or you can follow the same setup if you don't have a printer.

Posted: May 19, 2020

Online Lesson 14

Complete Assignment #5 (Finding a missing side) and send me a picture.

Then I want you to attempt the quiz which is covers everthing we have done in trig so far.  We will treat it like a quiz to see what you know but I can't give you a mark.  Send me a picture when you are done.

If you get stuck, rewatch the vidoes I sent on trig or send me a message.

**Remember - your calculator has to be on DEG mode and you use 2nd or Shift when you are finding an unknown angle.

Posted: May 14, 2020

Online Lesson #13

Watch the video on determing Present Value when using the Compound Interest Formula.

Try the sheet attached.  I am not providing an answer key as I need to see your work, but the first two answers are $960.00 and $160.00.  If you get the first two, you should be fine with the rest.  If you are having trouble, please contact me.

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Posted: May 13, 2020

Online Lesson #13

We are moving on to finding a missing side using trig.  Watch the video and try the sheet attached.  Again, you have to show your work and I am not providing the answer keys.  The first two answers are 1) 4.5 and 2) 4.7.



Posted: May 12, 2020

Online Lesson #12

This is another sheet of doing compound interest.  Watch the vidoe in the previous lesson if you haven't done so.

The 2nd page shows some examples of some questions you will see.  Have a look at this first so you know what to do.

Again, I am not providing the answer key as students are just coping my answers down without any work.  Send a pic to me when you are done.

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Posted: May 11, 2020

Online Lesson #12

Try the attached document.  Treat it like a quiz to see what you know.  Send it to me when you are done so I can mark it.

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Posted: May 7, 2020

Online Lesson #11 for grade 11 students.

Watch the video on Compound Interest and try the questions attached.  Remember this is money so round to 2 decimal places.


I am not providing the answer key but I will give you the first two answers here so you can ensure you are on the right track.  Please show your work - write out the formula, fill in the formula with the numbers and then write the answer.

1.  A = $64,069.24 and I = 7369.24

2.  FV = $5,078.44 and I = 678.44

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