dd/07/yy Quarter DIGITAL ACTIVITIES (12 points) Exercise 1 1. 2. The student forgot to put parentheses: Year 2 1.

The probability Aline takes a red ball is 1 The probability that Bernard draws a red ball is equal to the pr obability that Claude draws a red ball is equal to Aline has the greatest probab ility of drawing a red ball. 2. Must add 15 black marbles in the bags of Aline. Indeed it will contain 20 marbles in all, including one quarter of red marbles. Exercise 3 1. 2. 3. The coordinates of point B are the abscissas of the points o f intersection with the C3-axis are:. , 2 and 4. The curve C1 is a graphical representation of the linear function because it is a right through the origin of the coordinate. 4. 5. The curve C2 is the graph of the function f. This is the only one left! We search for x. It was therefore equivalent to, so . The antecedent of a by f is equal to 5. 6. C2 is the graph of the function f. , A does not belong to C2. . Since JD Picchiottino dd/07/yy 2 / 4 GEOMETRICAL ACTIVITIES (12 points) Exercise 1 1. a. See figure. b. They include: The longest side is Since rectangl e. 2. Here. And therefore: So Exercise 2 Part I 1. 2. 3. We use the compass, the ruler and the rapporteur. The ECB is right-angled triangle C as its circumscrib ed circle diameter is the end [BE]. . and C the triangle ABC is not A B · In a right triangle acute angles are complementary then OCI 90 47. The 180 2 47 86 · being isosceles triangle FAC: ABC 2 Part II · John is right, because the central angle ABC · Intercepts the same arc as the inscribed angle ABC E · · The theorem shows that the inscribed angle ABC ABC A 2 43

B C JD Picchiottino dd/07/yy 3 / 4 PROBLEM Part 1 1. Since 2. Is calculated, the triangle is a rectangle in C. (CO) is perpendicul ar to (AC) and is therefore perpendicular to (RP), which is parallel to (AC). an d. · · The PRC is right angle. Similarly the angle RSC is right. Having three right angles, the quadrilateral is a rectangle PRSC. 3. a. We know that. Thales' theorem applied to the triangles BAC and the BRP, th en PR = 3.75 cm So therefore 33.75 cm ². parallel sides (RP) and (AC) shows that b The area of the rectangle is equal to PRSC Part 2 1. See the table below: Length BP PRSC cm area in cm 2 0 0 1 9.75 3 24.75 5 33.75 8 36 10 30 . December 18 14 0 According to the theorem of Thales applied as before: We know more than the requ ired area is equal to: If 2. Then there is a. The PRSC rectangle has an area equal to 18 cm ² for b. The area of the rectangle looks for maximum c. The maximum range is between 36 cm and 37 cm ² ². and Part 3

1. JD Picchiottino dd/07/yy 4/4 2. We have seen in question 1 of Part 2 only. because 3. PRSC is a square if and only if, therefore, is to say So Resolve: JD Picchiottino