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will meet on a copy IN. This topic comprises 6 pages numbered 1 / 6 6 / 6. Once ou, make sure it is complete. The use of the calculator ing regulations. I - II digital Activities - Activities Problem writing and presentation 12 points 12 points 12 METROPOLIS - THE MEETING - MAYOTTE Code: DNB - 2009 - 06N Sixth DIGITAL ACTIVITIES (12 points) Exercise 1 1) Calculate A A 3 8 2 this issue is given to y is permitted under exist geometric III - Quality points 4 points

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2) In order to calculate a student has typed on a calculator the sequence of but tons below: 8 + 3 × 4 ÷ 1 + 2 × 1 . 5 = Explain why it does not get the right result. Exercise 2 Three people, Aline, Claude Bernard and each have a bag of marbles. Each selecte d at random a ball from his bag. 1) The contents of the bags is that bag of Alin e: 5 red marbles bag Bernard: 10 red balls and 30 black marbles bag Claude: 100 red marbles and 3 black marbles Which of these people has the greatest probability of drawing a red ball? 2) It is hoped that Aline has the same probability as Bernard draw a red ball. Before the draw, how many black marbles must be added to this in the bag Aline?

2 / 6 Exercise 3 We give below the graphs of three functions. These representations are called C1 , C2 and C3. One of them is the graphic representation of a linear function. Ano ther is the graphic representation of the function f such that f: xa 0 4 x 3 AXB 5y C2 C1 4 C3 3 2 1 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 x 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 -1 -2 -3 1) See graph coordinates of point B. 2) By reading graph determine the abscissae of the points of intersection of the curve C3 with the x-axis. 3) Which of these representations is that of the linear function? Justify. 4) Which of these representations is that of the function f? Justify. 5) What is the antecedent of the function f 1? Justified by a calculation. 6) A is the poi nt of coordinates (4.6, 1.2). To it belong to C2? Justified by a calculation. 3 / 6 GEOMETRICAL ACTIVITIES (12 points) Exercise 1 The unit of length is the centimeter. ABC is a triangle such that AB = 16 cm, 14 cm and AC = BC = 8 cm. 1) a) Draw full scale triangle ABC on the copy. b) The t riangle ABC is it rectangle? Justify. 2) The mathematician Heron of Alexandria (1st century), has found a formula to c alculate the area of a triangle, noting a, b, c the lengths of three sides and p its peri

meter, area A of the triangle is given by the formula: A = has - b - c . 2 2 2 2

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Calculate using this formula the area of triangle ABC. Give the result rounded t o nearly cm2. Exercise 2 In this exercise, we study the figure below where cons: A E ABC is an isosceles triangle such that AB = AC = 4 cm. E is the symmetric of B r elative to A. B C • Part 1: It is located in the special case where the measure of ABC is 43 °. 1) Build the figure scale. 2) What is the nature of the triangle BCE? Justify. 3 ) Prove that the angle ABC is 86 °. • Part 2: In this part, we place ourselves i n the general case where the measure of ABC is not given. Jean says that for a ny value of ABC was 2 • ABC ABC. John Does he right? To appear on the copy o f the approach. 4 / 6 PROBLEM (12 points) Consider a triangle ABC such that AB = 17.5 cm, BC = 14 cm, CA = 10.5 cm. Part 1 1) Prove that triangle ABC is rectangle in C. 2) Let P be a point of the segment [BC]. The parallel to the line (AC) through P cuts the segment [AB] R. The parallel to the line (CO) through R intersects the segment [AC] in S. Show that the quadrilateral is a rectangle PRSC. B R P A S The figure is not at scale. C 3) In this issue, we assume that the point P is located 5 cm from the point B. a ) Calculate the length PR. b) Calculate the area of rectangle PRSC. Part 2 is mo ved point P on the segment [BC] and we want to know what is the position of poin t P for which the area of rectangle PRSC is maximum. 1) Use a spreadsheet has le d to the following table of values: Length BP in cm 0 1 3 5 8 2 0 24.75 9.75 36 cm area PRSC Show on copying the two missing values in Table . Justify by calcul ating the value found for BP = 10 cm. 10 12 18 14 0 5 / 6 2) Software has yielded the following graphic: Area of rectangle PRSC depending on the length BP 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Using a reading chart, give: a) The BP values for which the PRSC rectangle has an area of 18 sq. cm.

b) The value of BP for which the maximum area of a rectangle appears. c) A framework to a cm2 near the maximum area of the rectangle PRSC. 3 35 40 Part 1) Express PC BP function. 30 2) Demonstrate that PR is equal to 0, 75 BP. 25 3) For what value of the rectangle BP PRSC is it a square? 20 15 10 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 6 / 6