Use the following Khan Academy Practice Links, organized by Unit and section number, to help you prepare for assessments during the year or at exam time. You can also keep track of your progress by creating a Khan Academy account and add your teacher as a Khan Academy Coach.
MPM1D Unit 1 – Relations
Practice interpreting linear equations. I.e.: if linear trends are increasing or decreasing, identify values of x given a value of y
MPM1D Unit 2 – Polynomials
Practice exponents of 0 and 1. Good refresher.
Practice bases which are fractions. Note some questions have negative exponents which we do not cover. Click the “hint” button to learn something new.
Practice using exponent laws when given powers with the same base
Practice simplifying expressions using exponent laws
Practice collecting like terms with basic polynomials. Good refresher!
Practice collecting like terms with more complex polynomials
Practice simplifying expressions using distribution
Practice simplifying by adding and subtracting polynomials
MPM1D Unit 3 – Equations
Practice solving one-step linear equations
Practice solving two-step linear equations
Practice solving more complex equations with more than two steps
Practice solving equations and isolating variables with fractions
MPM1D Unit 4 – Modelling With Graphs
Practice finding slope of a linear relation
Practice finding the rate of change for real world scenarios
Practice graphing linear relations given an equation
MPM1D Unit 5 – Analyse Linear Relations
Practice finding equations in slope y-intercept form
Convert between slope y-intercept form and standard form
Practice solving for the x-intercept of a linear relation
Practice finding the y-intercept when given slope and a point
MPM1D Unit 6 – Geometric Relationships
Practice your skills at identifying acute, obtuse, and right angles
Practice identifying whether triangles are equilateral, isosceles, or scalene
Practice determining the missing angle in each triangle
Practice using your knowledge of complementary and supplementary angles
Practice using your knowledge of F, Z, & C Patterns
Practice connecting algebra to geometry. Use geometric relationships to solve for an unknown variable.
Practice more difficult problems which require a firm understanding of different geometric relationships
Practice sum of interior angles of a polygon knowledge 180(n-2)
MPM1D Unit 7 – Measurement Relationships
Practice volume and surface area