Welcome to High School Math Review
This site provides a comprehensive summary of the Ontario Grade 12
Advanced Functions (MHF4U) and Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) courses.
Use the "Search" box to find information on specific topics.
(copy in the search engine words you used to find this site)
Keywords that match your search words will be displayed below each topic.
The course tab headings will show you the number of matching topics.
Click on the Examples
tab for information about finding and working with examples.
To navigate when not searching
Select your course then click on the topics to expand or collapse them.
When subtopics are displayed you can expand or collapse all details with a single click at the left side of the heading.
a tool tip will tell you what will happen when you click -
it changes depnding on what's displayed and how close you are to the left edge
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to submit questions or comments
Examples are attached to the topics displayed on the Course Summary page.
To display an example position your cursor over the darker blue area that appears when the topic turns blue.
When an example pops up, click on it to
add it to this page.
Every example has a three letter identifier displayed in the upper right corner.
You can load examples by
entering this identifier at the top of this page and clicking the [Load Examples] button.
For example, enter aaa,aab at the top of this page and click the [Load Examples] button to load examples aaa and aab.
WARNING: This text will disappear when examples are displayed. Click [Clear Examples] to get this text back.
Write down the identifiers of any examples that you may
wish to review again the next time you visit this site.
You can also view the solutions to the examples directly on the Course Summary page by positioning your
cursor over any blue or grey rectangle on any pop up example. Blue rectangles identify examples for the topic you are currently on.
Grey rectangles identify examples for related topics. The blue/grey rectangle will turn red while the solution is displayed.
Currently there are only a few examples loaded on this site. More will be added as they become available.