# Today’s Class DAY 2

## COURSE INFO

Course Outline
Teacher: Ms. Pahlevanlu
Email: rpahlevanlu@sd43.bc.ca
Tutorial: Thursdays 310pm Portable 5

# MATH 9 FINAL

When: Friday June 21st
9am-1130am
Please show up at 850 am so we can start on time.
Where: Portable 3
What to bring: pencil, erasure, calculator, student ID

What to expect:

20 non calculator questions covering: Exponents, Rational Numbers, Square Roots.
75 calculator questions covering: Exponents, bedmas, operations with polynomials, surface area of rectangular shapes, linear equations, linear inequalities, linear relations, scale factor, similar triangles and statistics
Note: there will be NO finance on the final.

Review material:
Note: Circle geometry, factoring and symmetry/rotation are no longer part of Math 9 and thus, will not be on the final.

2012-Final-Exam-Review-Burton-1ndxab3

Math-9-Final-Review-2015-1vuotfi (1)

http://myriverside.sd43.bc.ca/mburton/sample-page/flashbacks/

Math 9A

math 9 adapted final exam review 2019

math 9A review – KEY 2019

## WEEK 37 (JUNE 10-14)

Monday:

1. Finance Day 2
2. HW. #19-24

Wednesday:

1. Final Exam review

Friday:

1. Final exam review

## WEEK 36 (JUNE 3-7)

Tuesday:

1. Statistics assignment

Create a word document titled: Thoughts on Data Analysis 2019

• explain what role you think statistics have in our society. Then read the following article:

http://www.truthpizza.org/logic/stats.htm

After you have read the article

• explain anything new that you have learned about the importance of statistics in our society.
• describe the different types of problems with statistics

Post your typed response to your OneNote under homework titled “Thoughts on Data Analysis 2019”

Thursday:

1. Finance notes
2. HW 1-10 from package

## WEEK 35 (MAY 27-31)

Monday:

1. Statistics: Notes provided
2. Math 9A students: Please start on this review package for the final exam. Work through what you can in class.
math 9 adapted final exam review 2019

Wednesday:

1. Statistics day 2: 8.3
2. HW. Read 8.2(p.283) and do: 1, 2, 3&4(odd letters), 5-7, 8.3 #1-7

## WEEK 34 (MAY 21-24)

Tuesday:

1. Review
2. HW. chapter test and review from textbook. Review posted in onenote > homework

Thursday:

Chapter 4: Similarity and Scale Factor test.

## WEEK 33 (MAY 13-17)

Tuesday:

1. Finish similar triangle notes
2. HW. p. 150 #12-20
Post to onenote “May 14 4.3 Similar triangles Pt III”

Thursday:

1. Similar polygons
2. HW. p. 157 #3, 5, 6, 9, 12
Post to onenote “May 16 4.4 Similar polygons”

## WEEK 32 (MAY 5-9)

Tuesday:

1. Similar Triangles (notes provided)
2. HW p. 150 #1-10
Post to onenote homework > Title: May 7 Similar triangles

Thursday:

1. More with similar triangles
2. HW: Similar Triangles WS
similar triangle ws key

## WEEK 31 (APR 29-MAY 3)

Monday:

1. 4.1 Scale factor (notes provided)
2. HW. p. 135 #2,4,7,9,12
Post to onenote > homework > “April 29 4.1 Scale Factor”

Wednesday:

1. 4.2 More with Scale Factor
2. HW. p. 142#2, 4-18
Post to onenote “May 1 4.2 Scale Factor”

Friday:

1. Geometry. Notes Provided
2. HW. 1-10, 12, 13 from note package
Angles KEY

## WEEK 30 (APR 23-25)

Wednesday:

1. Converting within the metric system
2. HW. CONVERTING WITHIN METRIC SYSTEM
3. Post to onenote

## WEEK 29 (APR 15-18)

Tuesday:

1. Linear Relations Test

Thursday:

1. Solving Proportions
2. HW. Odd numbers from: Solving Proportions
Online quiz https://join.quizizz.com Code: 010735 (Open till tomorrow at 830am)
Post Solving proportions WS in onenote.

Next week.

1. Converting within the metric system (if time)
2. HW. CONVERTING WITHIN METRIC SYSTEM

## WEEK 28 (APR 8-12)

Monday:

1. Quiz
2. Finished? Practice..
https://www.thatquiz.org/tq-7/?-j104-l5-mpnv600-ppnv600
https://www.thatquiz.org/tq-0/?-j10g-l3-mpnv600-ppnv600
3. HW. Do the following quiz by Tuesday April 9
https://join.quizizz.com Game code: 768216

Wednesday:

1. Quiz correction & review package

Friday:

1. With a partner, go to https://student.desmos.com/
Enter code: HKQU8U
Once finished, try this one:
Enter code: JG3AT4
2. Once finished, make sure all review material is complete
OneNote review
Review package from Wednesday
Online quizzes posted on Monday
Chapter review and test from textbook

## WEEK 27 (APR 1-4)

Tuesday:

1. 6.1 & 6.2 Review
2. Complete the following assignment and post it to your homework tab in your onenote notebook.
Title: “Linear Relations Study”
Math 9 Linear Relations Study McArthur-1bej7n7

Thursday:

1. 6.3: Graphing Linear Relations (notes provided)
2. HW. question 7 from the notes
p. 239 #4-16
Post textbook homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Apr 4 6.3 Graphing Relations”
3. Quiz on Monday 6.1-6.3

## WEEK 26 (MAR 11-15)

Monday:

CHAPTER 6: LINEAR RELATIONS

1. Notes: 6.1 Representing Patterns
2. HW. p. 216 1-13
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Mar 8 6.1 Representing Patterns”

9A Students:
Watch: Exponents Law video (ignore negative exponents) and do Exponent WS

Wednesday:

1. Warm up
2. Notes: 6.2 Interpreting Graphs
D2 6.2 Interpreting graphs (WORD) D2 6.2 Interpreting graphs (PDF)
3. HW. p. 226 #4-17
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Mar 12 6.2 Interpreting graphs”

Friday:

1. Continue with Wednesday’s lesson
2. Complete 6.1 & 6.2 review that is posted in your onenote. Answers will be posted in the “textbook” tab
3. Can also be found here:D3 6.1-6.2 Review-2lg51mo  6.1-6.3 review KEY-1az3r3z

## WEEK 25 (MAR 1-4)

Tuesday:

1. Test Corrections
2. Review for Inequalities test

Thursday:

TEST

## WEEK 24 (FEB 25-MAR 1)

Monday:

1. Notes: 9.1 Intro to Inequalities
2. HW. p. 346 #1-3, 5-7, 9-11, 15
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 25 9.1 Linear Inequalities”

Wednesday:

• Notes: 9.2 Single Step Inequalities
• HW. p. 356 #1-4, 5ad, 6ab, 7ad, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16-18
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 27 9.2 Single Step Inequalities”

Friday:

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 365 #1-3,6,8,10-14
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 28 9.3 Multi Step Inequalities”
3. Start Review: p.368 #1-20 & p.370 #1-15
4. Test: Thursday March 7th

TEST CORRECTIONS:

Everyone is required to do test corrections. Here are the conditions to get marks added to your test.

1. Done a separate sheet of paper
2. Place your total mark on the top of the paper
3. For each question you are correcting:
2. The question
3. Your solution (with ALL steps shown)
4. Post your corrections to the onenote. Title it: “Linear Equations Test Corrections.”

## WEEK 23 (FEB 19-21)

Wednesday:

Linear Equations test

After the test/for homework…

Plug in headphone(if you have them) or listen on mute (there’s subtitles) and watch this video:

One step Linear Inequalities. (all you need to know is how to solve the inequality and graph it on a number line)

Watch the first 3 videos and do the first practice questions.

## WEEK 22 (FEB 11-14)

NOTE: TEST IS POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY FEB 20TH

Tuesday:

SNOW DAY!

Thursday:

1. Course Programming
2. Review: TGT equations-1dw8yek
3. Don’t need to know #6, 11, 17, 23

## WEEK 21 (FEB 1-4)

Monday:

1. Notes
2. HW p. 319 #1-4, 6-11
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 4 8.3 Solving Equations Pt III”

Wednesday:

1. Notes
2. HW p. 327 #6-12
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 6 8.4 Solving Equations Pt IV”

Friday:

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 302 (8.1) #14, 18, 19, 21 & p. 311 (8.2) # 13-15
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Feb 8 8.1-8.4 Word Problems”

## WEEK 20 (JAN 29-FEB 1)

Welcome back!

Tuesday:

Unit 5: Linear Equations

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 301 #1-3, 6-11
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Jan 29 8.1 Solving Equations Pt I”

Thursday:

1. Notes
2. Midterm
3. HW. 8.2 p. 311 #2, 3, 7-12
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Jan 31 8.2 Solving Equations Pt II”

## WEEK 18 (JAN 14-18)

Tuesday:

1. Midterm Review

Thursday:

Midterm Review 2: midterm review #2 KEY-22yy9ua

Midterm is on Monday January 21st
Show up at 845 at PORTABLE 3 with:

1. STUDENT ID
2. PENCIL
3. ERASER
4. CALCULATOR

Today:

More Review AND…

Reflection assignment. Write 1-2 paragraphs on your Edublog:
Think back on your first semester in math 9. What are some things that you struggled with? What did you achieve that you are proud of?
Looking forward to semester 2, write 2 goals you want to attain for math class. Be specific (“my goal is to get a better grade” isn’t sufficient.)

Goals should be SMART

S – SPECIFIC
M – MEASURABLE
A – ATTAINABLE
R – RELEVANT
T – TIMELY

TITLE: Math 9 Semester 1 Reflection
CATEGORY: Math 9
TAG: #math9pahlevanlu
DUE: Sunday January 20th

## WEEK 17 (JAN 7-11)

Monday:

1. Notes – Surface Area of 2D and 3D shapes
2. HW. In Handouts folder, there are two documents. One labeled D1: Area questions. Do the questions with a checkmark next to them. The other: D1: SA of 3D shapes. Do all the questions except 6, 7. Post to OneNote. Label: “Jan 7: SA of 2D and 3D Shapes”

Wednesday:

1. Notes – Surface Area of Composite Shapes
2. HW. In Handouts folder complete: D2: SA of Composite shapes and post to onenote. Label: “Jan 9 SA of Composite Shapes”
3. Midterm review is posted in the OneNote under the Content Library Tab. Start reviewing for the midterm once you’ve finished the other homework.

Friday:

1. Finish notes from Wednesday
2. Complete “Non Calculator Review” posted in the Handouts tab. Post to your homework tab.

## WEEK 16 (DEC 17 – 21)

Tuesday:

Unit 3: Polynomials test

Thursday:

## WEEK 15 (DEC 10 – 14)

### *TEST – TUESDAY DEC 18*

Monday:

1. Notes – Word Problems
2.  Multiplying
3. HW. Do any word problems you have missed from 7.1-7.3. Start the reviews posted in the onenote under the handouts tab. Catch up on all homework from the unit.

Wednesday:

1. Review
2. Complete AND POST all review material in the one note.
3. Ch 5/7 Review from textbook.

Friday:

## WEEK 14 (DEC 3 – DEC 7)

Tuesday:

1. Notes – Multiplying Monomials with Polynomials
2. HW. p. 269 #4-14
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Dec 3 7.2 Multiplying monomials and polynomials”

Thursday:

1. Notes – Dividing Polynomials by Monomials
2. HW. p. 275 #1-13,15,18
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Dec 6 7.3 Dividing polynomials by monomials”

## WEEK 13 (NOV 26 – NOV 30)

Monday:

1. Notes
2. In the onenote classnotebook, I have added a review sheet for 5.1 and 5.2 in handouts section.
4. HW. p. 195 #3, 5-15
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Nov 26 5.3 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials”

Wednesday:

2. Notes – Word problems
3. HW. p. 200 #1-28
If you skipped any word problems from the previous sections, please do those as well.
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Nov 28 Chapter 5 Review”
4. In the onenote classnotebook, I have added a review sheet for 5.3 in handouts section.

Friday:

1. Notes – Chapter 7 – 7.1 Multiplying and Dividing Monomials
2. HW. p. 262 #2-19
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Nov 30 7.1 Multiplying and Dividing Monomials”

## WEEK 12 (NOV 19 – NOV 23)

Tuesday:

CH 5 & 7 POLYNOMIALS

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 178 #2-20
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Nov 20 5.1 Language of Algebra”

Thursday:

1. Notes
2. Practice: Collecting Like Terms
3. HW. p187 #5-23
Post homework to one note classnotebook > homework > “Nov 22 5.2 Equivalent Expressions”

## WEEK 11 (NOV 13 – NOV 16)

Wednesday:

2. Study for the exponents test

Friday:

UNIT 2 TEST – EXPONENTS

TAKE OUR KIDS TO WORK DAY (NOV 14)

TOKTW-Reflection-Sheet (TO BE DONE ON THE DAY OF NOV 14)

ALTERNATE ASSIGNMENT (IF NOT GOING):

TOKTW-day-alternate-assignment-2fk1lwm-1zjting

Information for alternate assignment:

All students are to fill in the reflection sheet or alternate assignment above and post it on their EduBlogs, with pictures. 🙂

Please TAG your post ” TOKTW2018PAHLEVANLU ” so I can find it.  🙂

## WEEK 10 (NOV 5 – NOV 8)

EXPONENTS TEST FRIDAY NOV 16

Tuesday:

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 118 #1, 3, 4, 7, 11
Post both the textbook questions to onenote class notebook> homework > “Nov 6 Word Problems Pt I”

Thursday:

1. Notes: Word Problems Pt II
2. HW. D7 Word Problems Pt II WS
Post worksheet questions to onenote class notebook> homework > “Nov 8 Word Problems Pt II”
3. Review worksheet. Post in the onenote class notebook > homework > “Nov 8 Exponents Review”

## WEEK 9 (OCT 29 – NOV 2)

Monday:

1. That Quiz – Exponents
2. Notes
3. HW. Post the following in your onenote > homework> “Oct 26 Exponent laws Pt II”
Textbook: p. 106 #14-17, 21, 23, 26*(optional)
Is $(-2)^2\cdot(-2)^3$ the same as $((-2)^2)^3$? Explain your answer using exponent laws.

Wednesday:

1. Notes
2. HW. p. 111 #2, 5, 8, 10, 13
Post both the textbook questions to onenote class notebook> homework > “Oct 31 BEDMAS Exponents”

Friday:

1. Group Question
2. Kahoot
3. Notes
4. HW. D5 More Exponents laws WS
Post the worksheet answers (do on a separate sheet of paper, show your work) to onenote class notebook> homework > “Nov 2 Exponent Laws PT III”

## WEEK 8 (OCT 22-26)

NOTE: TUTORIAL WILL BE ON WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK

Tuesday:

UNIT 2: EXPONENTS

1. Notes
2. HW. D1 Intro to Exponents WS
Textbook: p. 98 #16, 17
Post both the worksheet and textbook questions to onenote class notebook> homework > “Oct 23 Intro to exponents”
3. Test corrections (to be done in class or during tutorial)
1. What’s needed:
1. On a separate piece of paper: put your total mark at the top of the page
2. Write the question (include the mark on the question)
3. Write the solution
2. Hand into onenote class notebook > homework > “Unit 1 test corrections”

Thursday:

1. Notes: Exponent Laws.
2. Post the following to your onenote > homework > “Oct 24 Exponent laws”
HW: Textbook p. 106 #6, 7, 10, 11
Use Multiplication and Division Law to write each expression as a single power:
$2^{-5}\cdot 2^{12} =$
$9^3 \cdot 9^{-7} =$
$a^{12}\cdot a^6=$
$5^{\frac{1}{2}}\cdot 5^{\frac{3}{2}}=$
$8^4\div8^{10}=$
3. Test Corrections

## WEEK 7 (OCT 15-18)

### UNIT 1 TEST: Thursday Oct  18

Tuesday:

Review

1. Textbook pg 82-85
2. Quizizz – Use first and last name. Must be completed before the test.
Roots (code: 430012)
Fractions (code: 902596)
3. Online Review:
Rational Numbers IXL
Rational Numbers Nelson

Thursday:

Unit 1 TEST

After the test, please complete the following:

Test Reflection

## WEEK 6 (OCT 9-12)

### UNIT 1 TEST: Thursday Oct  18

Wednesday:

1. Student Reflection
2. Warm Up
3. HW Check
4. Review

Friday:

1. Notes: Square Roots and Perfect Squares
2. HW. p. 78 #1-14
Post the following textbook questions into your notebook > homework > “Oct 12 – Square Root”: #1, 2

## WEEK 5 (OCT 1-5)

Monday:

2. Notes: Calculations with Rational Numbers
3. Intro to OneNote Class Notebook
4. HW. p. 60 #4, 6, 11, 12
Worksheet: D3 Adding and Subtracting Fractions HW (odd letters)
D4 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions HW (PDF)

Wednesday:

1. Office Lens
2. Notes: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
3. HW D4 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
1. Practice: #1-4 odd letters
2. Post a photo of 1g, 2g, 3g, 4g from the worksheet in your class notebook > homework – “Oct 2 – Multiply/Divide Fractions”

Friday:

1. Kahoot
2. Notes: BEDMAS with Fractions
3. HW. p 68 #9, 10, 16, 21
Do #1 and 2 odd letters: D5 BEDMAS with Fractions HW-1aiexv4
From the attached worksheet. Post a photo of #1 e, i and 2 e in your class notebook > homework – “Oct 4 Bedmas with Fractions”

## WEEK 4 (SEP 24 – 28)

Tuesday:

1. Kahoot – Multiplying/Dividing Integers
2. BEDMAS Warmup
3. Notes: Rational Numbers
4. HW. p. 47 #2, 3a p. 51 #1, 2

Thursday:

1. Warmup: Rational Numbers
2. Notes: Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers
3. BEDMAS review
4. HW. p. 51 #4, 8, 9, 12, 13, 22, 23

## WEEK 3 (SEP 17 – 20)

Tuesday:

1. Core Competencies D2
2. Notes
3. HW: Operations with Integers
Do all the questions from Day 1 and 2, but do the odd letters (ie. a, c, e, g…)

Thursday:

1. Kahoot – Multiplying/Dividing Integers
2. Notes:
Exponents
Order of Operations with Integers (BEDMAS)
3. HW: BEDMAS with Integers
Do all the questions but do the odd letters (ie. a, c, e, g…)

## WEEK 2 (SEP 10 – 14)

Monday:

Mr. Robinson is joining us to discuss your online course Applications of Digital Literacy

Wednesday:

Mr. Robinson is back for a Part 2!

Friday:

2. Using Random integer generator, create 4 questions. Show the original question, what it looks like when it’s sorted, simplified and the answer. Use a minimum of 5 integers per question. Choose your own range (-20 to 20, -40 to 40 etc)
Take a photo of your work and post it to your blog.
Title: Simplifying Integers
Categorize: Math 9
Tag: integers, pahlevanlu
DUE: TUESDAY SEPT 18, 2018

## WEEK 1 (SEP 5 – 7)

Thursday:

WELCOME TO RIVERSIDE!

1. Introductions
2. Edublog Permission forms
3. Course Outline
4. Student Info
5. Core Competencies