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Ch. 1.2 Unit Price
Notes
UNIT PRICE: the cost of one unit; is a rate with a fraction denominator of 1.
Aka UNIT RATE

Very useful when finding out which brand or product is the cheapest.
Ex. 1) You are running a greenhouse and
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Prices are figured out based on supply and demand, but also on how much the
materials and labour cost that went into creating of the product. Sometimes the time of
year can influence the supply or
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Ch. 14 Sale Prices and Promotions
Notes
Sale prices and promotions are very common to see as you are shopping. It is
important to be able to figure out what the best price is when you are comparing sale
prices and promotional o
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Ch. 1.5 Currency Exchange Rates
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CURREfJCY: the money a country uses.
When people travel, they need to be able to pay for items in the currency of the country
they are going to visit. When businesses buy or sell items with busi
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Volume
Notes
The SI unit for measuring volume is the litre but the imperial unit for volume is the
pint. However, volume can also be measured in millilitres, cubic metres, cubic inches, cubic
feet or many others.
Especi
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Notes
When dealing with measurements it is important to be able to find the area of
objects you are measuring. We will review how to find the area of rectangles, circles and
triangles and als
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Ch. 3.1 Systems of Measurement
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Notes
There are two major systems for measurements: the Systeme International (SI) and
the imperial system. In Canada we use the SI system most of the time, but it is still
important to know the imp
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Ch. 3.3 Surface Area
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Notes
SURFACE AREA: the area on the outside of a 3dimensional (3D) object
GEOMETRIC NET: the unfolded and flattened picture of a 3D object.
drawing this picture can help us find the surface area
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Notes
We are going to be working on length, area and volume problems in chapter 3, but
first we are going to review some skills you should know that are important to remember
for this chapter.
PERIMETER (P):
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Notes
RATIO: a comparison between tWo numbers with the same units
Can be written in several ways:
12
a)12 to 40
b)12:40
c)
40
Always SIMPLIFY ratios to LOWEST TERMS!
Ex. 12:40
12 and 40 can both be divid
Ch. 4.1A Temperature Celsius
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Notes
Another quantity that we measure is temperature. Just like length, surface area and
volume, we can measure temperature in different units. The US uses the Fahrenheit scale (F)
of the imperial system, while Canad
Ch. 5.1 Measuring, Drawing & Estimating Angles
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Take a look around at the classroom. There are angles all around you. Consider who would have been
involved in creating the structures that have those angles; for example, architects, designers, su
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Notes
We are going to be working on length, area and volume problems in chapter 3, but
first we are going to review some skills you should know that are important to remember
for this chapter.
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Notes
RATIO: a comparison between tWo numbers with the same units
Can be written in several ways:
12
a)12 to 40
b)12:40
c)
40
Always SIMPLIFY ratios to LOWEST TERMS!
Ex. 12:40
12 and 40 can both be divid
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Ch. 21 Wages and Salaries
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Notes
When working at a job, your pay can be calculated in different ways. You might be
paid by the hour (you get more money if the job takes you longer), or paid a salary (you get
paid a certain amount
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Assignment
1. Integers: Remember subtracting a negative Integer is like adding its opposite
when multiplying or dividing integers: same signs = positive answer


(+4)(7)=
(8)(+2)=
(3)(+6)=
(+6)+(9)=
(1) x (+9)
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Ratios: compare two numbers or items that are measured in the same units.
Eg. Comparing the length of an object to the width and both measures expressed in metres.
Ratios can be expressed as 30:40 or as a fraction
Propo
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Notes
We are going to be working on length, area and volume problems in chapter 3, but
first we are going to review some skills you should know that are important to remember
for this chapter.
PERIMETER (P):
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Ch. 71 Pythagorean Theorem
Notes
The Pythagorean Theorem can be used to find missing sides of
triangles. A right triangle is
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a triangle with one right angle. The side opposite the right angle is the lehgest side and is called the
The other two
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Ch. 61. Similar Figures
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Notes
When two figures or shapes are similar, one figure or shape has dimensions (length and width) that are
proportional to the other figure. We will look at many different types of figures and determine whether
or not