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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

In this section, students will learn to:

• Display an understanding of square roots
• Create images by rotation 2D solids about a vertex
• Determine the surface area of composite 3D solids to solve problems

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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

Notes

•  2.1
•  2.2

•  2.3

•  2.4

•  Rev.

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
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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

In this chapter, students will learn:


• Compare rational numbers with different values
• Add and subtract rational numbers
• Multiply and Divide rational numbers algebraically and pictorally
• Solve problems involving rational numbers

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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
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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
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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

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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
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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
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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

•  9.1
•  9.2

•  9.3
•  9.4
•  Rev.

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
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