Unit 0 – Introduction to Grade 9
Khan Academy Practice calculating the perimeter of squares and rectangles
Khan Academy Practice calculating area of squares and rectangles. Good refresher!
Khan Academy Practice calculating area of a circle
Unit 1 – Measurement 2D & 3D
Unit 3 – Exploring Relationships – Lines & Curves of Best Fit
Khan Academy Practice interpreting linear equations. I.e.: if linear trends are increasing or decreasing, identify values of x given a value of y
Unit 4 – Proportional Reasoning: Ratios and Rates
Khan Academy Practice writing ratios as a simplified fraction. Keep in mind, we write “one-half” as “1/2” on the computer.
Khan Academy Practice solving word problems involving ratios.
Khan Academy Practice solving more word problems involving ratios and rates.
Khan Academy Practice setting up proportions BEFORE using “magic circle,” “Y-thingy-thingy,” or logic to solve for the unknown.
Khan Academy Practice solving proportions using “magic circle,” “Y-thingy-thingy,” or logic to solve for the unknown.
Unit 5 – Linear Relations
Khan Academy Practice finding the rate of change (also known as “Slope”) of a linear relation
Khan Academy Practice finding the rate of change for real world scenarios
Khan Academy Practice graphing linear relations given an equation.
Unit 7 – Algebraic Models – Making Connections
Khan Academy Practice collecting like terms with basic polynomials. Good refresher!
Khan Academy Practice collecting like terms with more complex polynomials
Khan Academy Practice simplifying expressions using distribution
Khan Academy Practice simplifying by adding and subtracting polynomials
Unit 8 – Plane Geometry
Khan Academy Practice your skills at identifying acute, obtuse, and right angles
Khan Academy Practice identifying whether triangles are equilateral, isosceles, or scalene
Khan Academy Practice determining the missing angle in each triangle
Khan Academy Practice using your knowledge of complementary and supplementary angles
Khan Academy Practice using your knowledge of F, Z, & C Patterns
Khan Academy Practice connecting algebra to geometry. Use geometric relationships to solve for an unknown variable.
Khan Academy Practice more difficult problems which require a firm understanding of different geometric relationships
Khan Academy Practice sum of interior angles of a polygon. Recall that a triangle has 180 degrees, quadrilateral has 360 degrees, and for each side you add after that, add 180 degrees. In other words, split your shape into triangles and multiply the number of triangles by 180 degrees.
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