Math 9 Principles Chapter 1: • Section 1.1 Square Roots with Perfect Squares • Section 1.2 Square Roots with Non Perfect Square • Section 1.2b The Pythagorean Theorem • Section 1.3 Surface Areas of 3D Solids • Section 1.4 Surface Areas of Irregular 3D Solids 
IPad • 1.1 • 1.2 • 1.2b • 1.3 • 1.4 
Notes • 1.1 • 1.2 • 1.3 • 1.4 • Rev. 
Surface Area and Square Roots


Math 9 Principles Chapter 2: • Section 2.1 What are Exponents? • Section 2.2 Zero and Negative Exponents • Section 2.3 Exponents and Order of Operations • Section 2.4 Exponent Rules 
IPad • 2.1 • 2.2 • 2.3 • 2.4 
Exponent Laws In this section, students will learn to: • to display an understanding of powers with integral bases by representing repeated multiplication using powers and any power with an exponent of zero is equal to one • to perform operations on powers with integral bases and whole number exponents • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 3: • Section 3.1 What are Rational Numbers? • Section 3.2 Adding Rational Numbers • Section 3.3 Subtracting Rational Numbers • Section 3.4 Multiplying Rational Numbers • Section 3.5 Dividing Rational Numbers • Section 3.6 Combined Operations with Rational Numbers 
IPad • 3.1 • 3.2 • 3.3 • 3.4 • 3.5 • 3.6 
Notes • 3.1 • 3.2 • 3.3 • 3.4 • 3.5 • Rev. 
Rational Numbers 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 4: • Section 4.1 Graphing Lines with T.O.V. • Section 4.2 Linear Relations • Section 4.3 Drawing Lines with Intercepts • Applet for Linear Relations • Section 4.4 Equations and Graphs • Section 4.5 Estimating Graphs 
IPad • 4.1 • 4.2 • 4.3 • 4.4 • 4.5 
Notes • 4.1 • 4.2 • 4.3 • 4.4 • 4.5 • Rev. 
Linear Relations In this chapter, students will learn: • to write and describe equations with linear patterns • to draw and graph linear equations • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 5: • Section 5.1 What are Polynomials? • Section 5.2 Combining Liketerms • Section 5.3 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials • Section 5.4 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Part 2 • Section 5.5 Multiplying & Dividing Polynomials by a Constant (Distribution Rules) • Section 5.6 Multiplying & Dividing Polynomials • Ch5 Review Polynomials 
IPad • 5.1 • 5.2 • 5.3 • 5.4 • 5.5 • 5.6 
Notes • 5.1 • 5.2 • 5.3 • 5.4 • 5.5 • 5.6 • Rev. 
Polynomials In this chapter, students will learn: • to display an understanding of polynomials • perform operations of simplifying polynomial expressions by combining liketerms • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 6: • Section 6.1 Solving Basic Equations • Section 6.2 Solving Equations by Using Scales • Section 6.3 Linear Inequalities • Section 6.4 Solving Linear Inequalities • Section 6.5 Solving Linear Inequalities (Part 2) • Ch 6 Review 
IPad • 6.1 • 6.2 • 6.3 • 6.4 • 6.5 
Notes • 6.1 • 6.2 • 6.3 • 6.4 • 6.5 • Rev. 
Linear Relationship and Inequalities In this chapter, students will learn: • to generalize patterns from a problem solving context using linear equations • to extrapolate and interpolate data from linear graphs to solve problems • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 7: • Section 7.1 Scaled Diagrams Enlargements • Section 7.2 Scaled Diagrams Reductions • Applet on Scaling Objects • Section 7.3 Similar Polygons • Section 7.4 Similar Triangles • Section 7.5 Reflections and Line Symmetry • Applet on Reflections • Section 7.6 Rotations and Symmetry • Applet on Rotations • Section 7.7 Finding Symmetrical Patterns 
IPad • 7.1 • 7.2 • 7.3 • 7.4 • 7.5 • 7.6 • 7.7 
Notes • 7.1 • 7.2 • 7.3 • 7.4 • 7.5 • 7.6 • 7.7 • Rev. 
Similar Shapes and Transformations In this chapter, students will learn: • to display an understanding of scaled diagrams • Calculate sides of similar shapes and triangles • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 8: • Section 8a Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines • Section 8.1 Tangents and Circles • Applet on Tangents and Radii's • Section 8.2 Chord Properties • Components of a Circle • Section 8.3 Angle Properties in a Circle (Part 1) • Section 8.3b Angle Properties in a Circle (Part 2) • Section 8.4 Solving Problems with Circle Properties • Applet on Central and Inscribed Angles 
IPad • 8.1 • 8.2 • 8.3 • 8.3b • 8.4 
Notes • 8.1 • 8.2 • 8.3 • 8.4 • 8.5 • Rev. 
Circle Properties In this chapter, students will learn: • to solve problems and justify the solution strategy using circle properties • to explore certain circle properties involving angles, chords, and tangent lines • Click here for homework 

Math 9 Principles Chapter 9: • Section 9.1 Dealing with Probability • Section 9.2 Problems with Sampling • Section 9.3 Samples and Populations • Section 9.4 Sampling Methods 
IPad • 9.1 • 9.2 • 9.3 • 9.4 
Notes 
Probability and Statistics In this chapter, students will learn: • to develop a project plan that involves collecting, displaying , and analysing data • to select a sample from a population • to understand the various aspects of collecting data • Click here for homework 
