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Math 9 Honours Chapter 1:

•  Section 1.1 Fractions and Decimals
•  Section 1.2 Irrational and Rational Numbers
•  Section 1.3 Prime Factorization
•  Section 1.4 Square Roots and Mixed Radicals
•  Section 1.5 Surface Areas of Composite Solids
Notes

•  1.1

•  1.2
•  1.3

•  1.4

•  1.5

Surface Area and Square Roots

In this section, students will learn to:

• Display an understanding of Rational and Irrational Numbers
• Convert Mixed Radicals and Complete Radicals
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Math 9 Honours Chapter 2:

•  Section 2.1 Solving For Exponents
•  Section 2.2 Zero and Negative Exponents
•  Section 2.3 Fractional Exponents
•  Section 2.4 Scientific Notations
•  Section 2.5 Operations with Radicals
•  Section 2.6 Rationalizing Radicals

•  Section 2.7 Number of Factors and Decimal Representation
•  Chapter 2 Review

Notes

•  2.1
•  2.2

•  2.3

•  2.4

•  2.5
•  Rev.
Powers and Exponent Laws

In this section, students will learn to:

• Compare rational numbers with different values
• Evaluate the square root of rational numbers that are perfect squares
• Approximate the Square root of rational numbers that are not perfect squares
• Solve problems involving rational numbers
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Math 9 Honours Chapter 3:

•  Section 3.1 Generating TOV's and Linear Functions
•  Section 3.2 Slopes and Lengths of Line Segments
•  Section 3.3 Graphing Linear Functions
•  Section 3.4 Slopes and Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
•  Section 3.5 Intersecting Lines
•  Chapter 3 Review

Notes

•  3.1
•  3.2
•  3.3

•  3.4
•  3.5
•  Rev.

Linear Relations

In this chapter, students will learn:


to create a Table of Values for a linear function
to graph lines using slopes and y-intercepts
• to recognize equations for parallel and perpendicular lines
to algebraically find the intersection between two lines

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Math 9 Honours Chapter 4:

•  Section 4.1 Multiplying & Dividing Polynomials
•  Section 4.2 Expanding Binomials with Pascal's Triangle
•  Section 4.3 Dividing and Factoring Polynomials
•  Section 4.4 Factoring and Solving Trinomials
•  Section 4.5 Solving Difference of Squares and Powers
•  Section 4.6 Completing the Square
•  Section 4.7 Quadratic Formula
•  The Rock Problem
•  Section 4.8 Long Division
•  Chapter 4 Review
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•  4.1

•  4.2

•  4.3

•  4.4

•  4.5

•  4.6
•  4.7
•  4.8
•  Rev.

Polynomials

This is a difficult and exciting chapter for most grade 9 honours students. Initially, students will learn basic computations with polynomial expressions like adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing polynomials. Later, we eventually explore complex methods of factoring and solving trinomials and polynomials with more than 3 terms. These methods include facctoring a difference of squares, difference of powers, completing the square, quadratic formula, and long division.


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Math 9 Honours Chapter 5:

•  Section 5.1 Basic Inequalities and Equations
•  Section 5.2 Graphing Linear Inequalities
•  Section 5.3 Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities
•  Section 5.4 Solving Systems with Three Variables
•  Section 5.5 Solving Inequalities with Trinomials
•  Chapter 5 Review
Notes

•  5.1

•  5.2
•  5.3

•  5.4

•  5.5

•  Rev.

Linear Inequalities

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to graph a linear inequality on a number line
• to graph linear systems on a coordinate plane with two or more lines
to model and solve real life scenarios using systems of inequalities


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Math 9 Honours Chapter 6:

•  Section 6.1 Basic Trigonometry
•  Section 6.2 Solving Trigonometric Problems
•  Section 6.3 Special Triangles
•  Section 6.4 Sine Law
•  Section 6.5 Cosine Law
•  Section 6.6 Trigonometry with Unit Circles
•  Section 6.7 Double Angle Identities
•  Section 6.8 Basic Trigonometric Identities and Proofs
•  Proofs for Cosine Law
•  Proofs for Double Angle Identities
•  Chapter 6 Review

Notes

•  6.1
•  6.2
•  6.3

•  6.4
•  6.5
•  6.6
•  6.7
•  6.8
•  6.9
•  Rev.
Similiarity and Trigonometry

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to understand the applications and purposes of trigonometry
• to draw connections between the ratios of the sides in a triangle with the degrees of its interior angles
to apply the cosine and sine law to solve for each side and angle of any triangle
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Math 9 Honours Chapter 7:

•  Section 7.1 Inscribed and Central Angles
•  Section 7.2 Tangent Properties to a Circle

•  Section 7.3 Chord Properties
•  Section 7.4 Cyclic Quadrilaterals
•  Section 7.5 Intersecting Chords
•  Section 7.6 Geometric Proofs
•  Section 7.7 Orthocenter, Incenter, and Circumcenter
•  Chapter 7 Review

Notes

•  7.1
•  7.2

•  7.3
•  7.4
•  7.5

•  7.6

•  Rev.
Circle Geometry

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to about the properties of chords and angles in a circle
• about the properties of a cyclic quadrilateral
to prove a theorem by using properties of circle geometry
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Math 9 Honours Chapter 8:

•  Section 8.1 Introduction to Non-Linear Functions
•  Section 8.2 Function Notations
•  Section 8.3 Domain and Range


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•  8.1

•  8.2
•  8.3



Probability

In this chapter, students will learn:

• to draw connections between the image of a
non-linear function and it's equation

• to simplify functions notations

to find the domain and range for a function
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