Lesson 1: Writing Equations for Patterns
A banquet hall has small square tables that seat 1 person on each side. The tables can be
pushed together to form longer tables. At table one there is 4 people, at two tables there
are 6 people, at three tables the
Tangent Properties
A tangent line is a line that intersects a circle at one place.
A secant line is a line that intersects a circle at exactly two places.
A. Connect the radius and point of tangency.
B. Measure the an 19.
C. How big is it? 0
If a radius m
Lesson 2: Linear Relations
For any relationship between two sets of data can be represented by using words, a table
of values, a graph and an equation. To graph points the first number is the x coordinate
and the second number is the y coordinate. Graph t
Lesson 6: Using Graphs to Estimate Values
This graph shows how the distance traveled by a car on the highway changes over a 4
hour period. To draw the graph, we plotted the distance traveled every hour, then drew a
line through the points.
We can use inte
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Circle Properties: Perpendicular Chord Theorem
Required equipment: Ruler and protractor
A. Draw a chord.
B. Bisect the chord.
C. Draw a radius through the bisection point.
D. Measure the angle.
How big is it? 610'
E. Draw another chord and repeat the
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Lesson 3: Another Form of the Equation for a Linear Relation
Recall, to graph an equation we can use a table of values. Make a table of values for the
following relations and draw the resulting graph.
y = 2x + 1
y = -2x + 3
y=4x
What do you notice about t
Mafh 9 H - Lesson Notes
Solving Money Problems
Example) Amrir has 16 more nickels than dimes. If he has $2.45 in Total, how many of
each coin does he have?
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Math 9 Honours Lesson Notes
Factoring a Difference of Squares
Recall:
m2 3m 28 =
I call this a nice trinomial. The leading coefficient is 1.
p2 16 =
p2 0p 16 =
This isnt a trinomial, but it can be turned
into one by inserting 0p in the middle. It
now turn
Lesson 5: Matching Equations and Graphs
Megan and Jason are having a running race. As Megan is 5 years younger than Jason she
has a 10 m head start. The graphs and equations of both Megan and Jasons race are
given below. Match each graph with its equation