Here's a link to some tutorials that will help you with the project.

Here's a link to download the program and use at home for free.

Students are evaluated on four parts:
1. Chair (20 marks) (Assignment 20)
2. Table (20 marks) (Assignment 21)
3. Room design (60 marks) (Quiz 7)
4. The PAA project they made in wood working (100 marks) (Quiz 8).

Each item made will begin at 100%, there will be no creativity marks. Deductions are based on structural errors or design flaws (dimensions incorrect, hollowed out items, etc...). Getting 100% on this project is more than do-able. Work hard, have fun and let's see some cool designs!

This year we will be doing a project based unit. Students need to complete two major tasks.
1. Write a paper based on either research (stats Canada) or project based (survey) data.
2. Present these materials in an appropriate format.

Unit 1- NumbersMath 9 Contents ListUnit 2- Exponents

Unit 3-Rational Numbers

Unit 3- Polynomials

Unit 4- Algebra

Unit 5- Linear Relations

Unit 6-Geometry

Unit 7- Cyclic Geometry

Unit 8- Statistics

Stock Market Challenge- link

UNIT 1- NumbersThat's Mathematics!!!## Numbers- Ug the Caveman

## Operations with these numbers

## Order of Operations

## example2 example5 example7

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Students can watch this video if they finish early.Unit 2 Exponents## All about Powers

## Exponent Laws

## Square Roots and other Radicals

## Assignments

## Quizes

## Unit Exam

Unit 3-Rational Numbers

Representing and describing polynomialsUnit 3 Polynomials- Degree, Coefficient, variables
- Using Algetiles ex1, ex2, ex3

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials- Notes 1 Notes 2
- Subtracting ex1

Multiplying Polynomials- Notes 1 Notes 2- Distribution ex1
- using algetiles ex1, ex2
- without algetiles
- Binomial x Binomial ex1, ex2, ex3 student1,ex4
- Binomial x Trinomial ex1, ex2 pt1 pt2

Dividing Polynomials- without algetiles- ex1, ex2, ex3 ex4 ridiculous ex5

Factoring PolynomialsTest Questions

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AssigmentsQuizzesExamstop

Unit 4- AlgebraSolving basic equationsSolving InequalitiesApplications of Equations and Inequalities- example 1 part 1, part 2, part 3
- Steps to solving step1 Step2-4 ex1

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Unit 5- Linear RelationsVitruvian Man- We began by testing one of Da Vinchi's Theories

Graphing an equation

Designing your own Graph

Practicing Changing Slope and Y-Intercept of a line

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Unit 6- GeometryAssignmentsQuizUnit Examtop

Here's a link to some tutorials that will help you with the project.Google Sketch Up ProjectHere's a link to download the program and use at home for free.

Students are evaluated on four parts:

1. Chair (20 marks) (Assignment 20)

2. Table (20 marks) (Assignment 21)

3. Room design (60 marks) (Quiz 7)

4. The PAA project they made in wood working (100 marks) (Quiz 8).

Each item made will begin at 100%, there will be no creativity marks. Deductions are based on structural errors or design flaws (dimensions incorrect, hollowed out items, etc...). Getting 100% on this project is more than do-able. Work hard, have fun and let's see some cool designs!

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Review of basic concepts part 1 part 2Unit 7- Cyclic GeometryChords and Tangent Lines

- Tangent Radius Property ex1
- Bisector Chords

Anglesex1- What if the diameter is a chord, what do we know about the inscribed angle?

ex2- What about opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilaterals? part 1 part 2

ex3- Word problem involving lights and inscribed angles by the same arc.

ex4- Inscribed angles in a cyclic quadrilateral

ex5- A very difficult question that will take a lot of pausing and playing part 1 part 2

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Real World Live Statistics (probably not 100% accurate, but cool none the less)Unit 8- StatisticsThis year we will be doing a project based unit. Students need to complete two major tasks.

1. Write a paper based on either research (stats Canada) or project based (survey) data.

2. Present these materials in an appropriate format.

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