# Lolipop Essay

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McGraw-Hili Ryerson D�-J� J:;j�jJ�0ajSJajJ-J Mathematics of This book was distributed by Jack Truong for use at William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute. CHA PT ER 1 Tools for Data Management Speciﬁc Expectations Locate data to answer questions of signiﬁcance or personal interest, by searching well-organized databases. Use the Internet effectively as a source for databases. Create database or spreadsheet templates that facilitate the manipulation and retrieval of data from large bodies of information that have a variety of characteristics. Represent simple iterative processes, using diagrams that involve branches and loops. Represent complex tasks or issues, using diagrams. Solve network problems, using introductory graph theory. Represent numerical data, using matrices, and demonstrate an understanding of terminology and notation related to matrices. Demonstrate proﬁciency in matrix operations, including addition, scalar multiplication, matrix multiplication, the calculation of row sums, and the calculation of column sums, as necessary to solve problems, with and without the aid of technology. Solve problems drawn from a variety of applications, using matrix methods. Section 1.3 1.3 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 1.1 1.1, 1.5 1.5 1.6, 1.7 1.6, 1.7 1.6, 1.7 Chapter Problem VIA Rail Routes When travelling by bus, train, or airplane, you usually want to reach your destination without any stops or transfers. However, it is not always possible to reach your destination by a non-stop route. The following map shows the VIA Rail routes for eight major cities. The arrows represent routes on which you do not have to change trains. Montréal Sudbury Ottawa Kingston Toronto 1. a) List several routes you have travelled where you were able to reach your destination directly. b) List a route where you had to change vehicles exactly once