Our Level 4 Math & Problem Solving course targets students in Grades 8 to 10. This level addresses difficult topics in math and applies advanced problem-solving strategies.
Level 4 instruction includes, but is not limited to:
Prerequisite for Level 4: Completion of Level 3 OR successful completion of assessment interview (for new students).
Given trapezoid ABCD. MN is a mid-line of ABCD. MN = 28cm.
Sides AB and CD continued until they meet in point P.
APD = 30°.
A circle with diameter MN is drawn with the center O in
the middle of mid-line MN. Points B and C are on the circle.
Stephanie and Elizabeth live in houses on the same street. The street is straight and there is a very high transmission antenna between their houses. Stephanie observes from her house the top of the antenna at the angle of elevation 33°, but Elizabeth observes from her house the top of the antenna at the angle of elevation 47°. How high is the top of the antenna from the ground, if Elizabeth’s house is 120 meters nearer to the antenna than Stephanie’s house?
Prove the following trigonometric identity:
Prove the following using mathematical induction:
1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + . . . + (2n – 1) = n^2
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Sep 11. '22 - Jun 25. '23
540 Lakeshore Road West
17:15 - 19:15
Recreational InstructionalIntense or Competitive
Level 4 - Math & Problem Solving is run by Brain Power Enrichment Programs.
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