Find your group below and work through the links and instructions.

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers

Multiplying Two Fractions

Multiplying Positive and Negative Fractions

Bonus: Multiplication as Scaling

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers

Multiplying Two Positive Fractions

Multiplying Positive and Negative Fractions

Bonus: Multiplication as Scaling

If you finish those, go on to Dividing Fractions and work your way through the videos and exercises.

-Go to this link: http://www.mathplayground.com/wpdatabase/wpindex.html

-scroll down to "Fraction Challenge I" and "Fraction Challenge II" and work through the word problems!

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-Inscribed and Central Angles (Khan Academy) - practice questions come right after the video

-Inscribed Angles (Demonstration - can drag corners to show the angles!)

-Angle Inscribed in a semicircle (Khan Academy)

8.1 Review Quiz - Tangents and Angle-Sum Property

8.2 Review Quiz - Chord Properties

8.3 Review Quiz - Angle Properties

Practice questions:

Parts of a Circle questions

Inscribed angle questions

Angles in Semi-Circles questions

Tangent Questions

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(needs to review basics of equations and inequalities)

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2. Work with a partner to do some

3. Practice some

4. Next, try some of these practice questions on Khan Academy (You can watch the videos if you need a refresher)

--> 2 step equations practice Video

--> Equations with Variables on Both Sides Video

5. Practice on IXL - make sure to write out all of YOUR steps!

(work in pairs or groups of 3, each of you should try the questions, compare answers and type it in. If it says you are out of questions for the day, switch ipads and keep going)

Verifying equations

Write expressions (no equals sign)

6. Try some Inequalities:

Graph Inequalities

Solve 1 step inequalities - Add & Subtract

Solve 1 step inequalities - Multiply & Divide (remember the Golden Rule!)

Solve 2-step inequalities

Graph solutions of 2-step inequalities

(Needs some more practice with higher level Equations & with Inequalities)

1. Try these practice questions on Khan Academy (You can watch the video if you need a refresher)

--> Equations with Variables on Both Sides Video

2. In a group or pair, try some practice questions of harder types of equations on IXL:

(Each of you should try the questions, compare answers and type it in. If it says you are out of questions for the day, switch ipads and keep going)

Multi-Step equations

Variables on Both Sides

Write expressions (no equals sign)

Word Problems - write equation and solve

Verifying Equations

3. Next, let's look at equations with multiple fractions

>A video on solving fractional equations

>A description of how to so these questions, with practice problems --> you uncover solution to once you have tried them!

4. Try some inequalities:

Graph Inequalities

Solve 1 step inequalities - Add & Subtract

Solve 1 step inequalities - Multiply & Divide (remember the Golden Rule!)

Solve 2-step inequalities

Graph solutions of 2-step inequalities

Verify Inequalities

("I've got it! What else can I try?")

1. In a group or pair, try some practice questions of harder types of equations on IXL:

(Each of you should try the questions, compare answers and type it in. If it says you are out of questions for the day, switch ipads and keep going)

Write expressions (no equals sign)

Word Problems - write equation and solve

Verifying Equations

3. Next, let's look at equations with multiple fractions

>A video on solving fractional equations

>A description of how to so these questions, with practice problems --> you uncover solution to once you have tried them!

Then move on to some inequalities practice!

Solve 1 step inequalities - Multiply & Divide (remember the Golden Rule!)

Solve 2-step inequalities

Verify Inequalities

Graph solutions of 2-step inequalities.

Try some advanced inequalities

3. In a pair or group of 3, pick one of the

Yesterday we started notes on Inequalities. This topic is really the end of Chapter 6, but I thought I'd give it a post of its own anyway, since it is a new semester!

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Our first math 9 Midterm is coming up on November 4th, and it will cover all three units we have completed to far. This is a major test worth 10% of the final grade for grade 9, so it is important to learn how to staudy for large test like this one! Here are some suggestions and resources for studying:

Note: The videos usually start with a minute or two of Ms. Davies talking about the homework questions from the textbook that her students are assigned - you can skip or ignore this part.

Here are the links:

Integers

2.1 What is a Power?

2.2 Powers of 10 and the Zero Exponent

2.3 Order of Operations

2.4 Power Laws Part 1

2.5 Power Laws Part 2

Intro To Fractions

3.1 Compare and Order Rational Numbers

3.2 Adding Rational Numbers

3.3 Subtracting Rational Numbers

3.4 Multiplying Rational Numbers

3.5 Dividing Rational Numbers

3.6 Order of Operations

Understanding Square Roots

Estimating Square Roots (Watch only the first 3:30 - then it gets more complex than we need)

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