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## Course curriculum

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• 03

### Chapter 1: Numbers

• Lesson 1: Exploring and comparing large numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Exploring and comparing very small numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Multiply and divide numbers by powers of 10

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Negative index laws

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Exploring and comparing large numbers using scientific notation

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Exploring and comparing very small numbers using scientific notation

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Rounding to significant figures

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Describe, compare, and order rational numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Describe irrational numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

• Lesson 10: Square Roots

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Cube Roots

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12A: Fractional Indices Part 1

• Quiz: Lesson 12A

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12 A

• Lesson 12B: Fractional Indices Part 2

• Quiz: Lesson 12B

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12b

• Worksheet: Lessons 10-12B

• Lesson 13: Factorizations and index form

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Unique Factorization Theorem

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Variable Subscripts

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Summation Notation

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Product Notation

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-17

• 04

### Chapter 2: Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages

• Lesson 1: Direct Proportion

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Inverse Proportion

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Comparing and ordering fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Adding fractions with unlike denominators

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

• Lesson 6: Multiplying fractions with fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Dividing fractions with fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Multiplying and dividing fractions with whole numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Multiplying and dividing fractions with mixed numbers

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Relate terminating decimals to their corresponding fractions (such as 3.5 and 7/2 or 0.375 or 3/8)

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lessons 6-10

• Lesson 11: Interchange between fractions and decimals to solve a variety of problems

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Express the division of quantity into two parts as a ratio

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Apply ratios to real-life contexts: conversion, comparison, scaling

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Map scales: finding distance (unknown value) using ratios and proportions

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Worksheet: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Apply ratios to real life contexts: mixing and concentrations

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Worksheet: Lessons 11-15

• Lesson 16: Three term ratios

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Relating ratios to fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Relating ratios to linear functions

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Lesson 19: Use compound units, such as speed, rates of pay, unit pricing

• Quiz: Lesson 19

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

• Worksheet: Lesson 19

• Lesson 20: Calculate percentage increase

• Quiz: Lesson 20

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

• Worksheet: Lessons 16-20

• Lesson 21: Calculate percentage decrease

• Quiz: Lesson 21

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

• Lesson 22: Find the original value given percentage increase and decrease

• Quiz: Lesson 22

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

• Lesson 23: Find the final value given percentage increase and decrease

• Quiz: Lesson 23

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 23

• Worksheet: Lessons 21-23

• 05

### Chapter 3: Order of Operations

• Lesson 1: Order of Operations: BEDMAS, simple

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Order of Operations: BEDMAS, multi-step with roots and powers

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Order of Operations, BEDMAS, with fractions and decimals

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-3

• 06

### Chapter 4: Patterning

• Lesson 1: Growing Patterns

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Shrinking Patterns

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Determine pattern rules and use them to extend patterns and find missing numbers within a pattern

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Identify geometric patterns and describe them using an algebraic rule

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 1-4

• Lesson 5: Term to Term rules

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Position to term rule

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Identify the pattern and the missing element in a pattern involving negatives

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Identify the pattern and the missing element in a pattern involving fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• 07

### Chapter 5: Algebra

• Lesson 1: Interpret notations: ab as a x b, a2 as a x a, and a3 as a x a x a and a²b in place of a × a × b

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Interpret notations: 3y as y + y + y,

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Interpret notations: 3 (x+y) is 3 times (x+y)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Add and subtract monomials with a degree of one that involve integers

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Add and subtract binomials with a degree of one that involve integers

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: What is an equation?

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Solving equations with unknowns on both sides

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Rearrange formulae to change the subject

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Solve equations that involve multiple terms, integers, and decimal number

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Solving multiplication algebraic equations with fractions

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Solving division algebraic equations with fractions

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: What is an inequality?

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Solve inequalities that involve integers and show on a number line

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-13

• Lesson 14: Solve inequalities and verify and graph the solutions

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Substitution including negatives

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Substitution including decimals

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Apply Index Laws to algebraic expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Worksheet: Lessons 14-17

• 08

### Chapter 6: Linear Algebra

• Lesson 1: Linear Patterns: Constant Rates and Initial Value

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Find and create algebraic expressions for linear growing patterns

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Find the nth term of a linear sequence

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Factorization of linear expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Solve linear equations with the unknown on both sides of the equation

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Use coordinate planes to plot straight line graphs

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Find the slope of lines on a graph

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Exploring intercepts of lines

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Find the equation of a line

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Sketch and interpret linear functions

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Create linear equations from word problems

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Solving linear systems: What is it and how to approximate the solution using a graph

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• Lesson 13: Solving linear systems: Substitution

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Solving linear systems: Elimination

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Finding the midpoint between two points

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Worksheet: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Finding the distance between two points

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

• 09

• Lesson 1: Degree of Algebraic Expressions

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Recognizing quadratic functions

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: The standard quadratic form y = ax2 + bx + c

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Graphs of quadratic functions - Positive or negative coefficient of 𝑥2

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Graphs of quadratic functions - Maximum and minimum points of graphs of quadratic functions

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Graphs of quadratic functions - Symmetry and axis of symmetry

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-6

• 10

### Chapter 8: Expanding and Factoring

• Lesson 1: Perfect squares (𝑎 +𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 +2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: (𝑎 −𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 −2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Difference of squares 𝑎 2 −𝑏 2 = (𝑎 + 𝑏)(𝑎 −𝑏)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Understand and use the concepts and vocabulary of factors

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Simplify and manipulate algebraic expressions by taking out common factors

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Factorization of quadratic expressions - binomials

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Factorization of quadratic expressions - trinomials (coefficient of the highest term is 1)

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Factoring binomial special cases (difference of squares, perfect square)

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• 11

### Chapter 9: Probability

• Lesson 1: Probability as a measure of chance

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Decide whether something is fair or unfair (spinner in a game, for example)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Explore ideas of randomness, fairness and equally likely events

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Probability of a single event (listing all the possible outcomes)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Apply the property that the probabilities of an exhaustive set of outcomes sum to one

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Theoretical and Experimental Probabilities

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-6

• Lesson 7: Record, describe, and analyze the frequency of outcomes of probability experiments using tables

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Record, describe, and analyze the frequency of outcomes of probability experiments using frequency trees/tree diagrams

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Solving Probability problems using Venn diagrams

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Create two-way tables to display the sample space for two events

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lessons 7-10

• Lesson 11: Dependent events

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: Independent events

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Multiplying probabilities (rolling a 5 on a fair die and flipping a head on a fair coin is 1/6 x ½ = 1/12 )

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Comparing theoretical and experimental probabilities of multiple independent events happening

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Worksheet: Lessons 11-14

• Lesson 15: Comparing theoretical and experimental probabilities of multiple dependent events happening

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Project: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Construct “probability spaces” for combined experiments with likely outcomes and use these to calculate theoretical probabilities

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Calculate probabilities with replacement

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Calculate probabilities without replacement

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Worksheet: Lessons 15-18

• 12

### Chapter 10: Financial Literacy

• Lesson 1: Describe some advantages and disadvantages of various methods of payment that can be used

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Dealing with multiple currencies and Calculate currency conversion based on exchange rates

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Create a financial plan to reach a long-term financial goal (account for income, expenses, and tax implications)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Different ways to maintain a balanced budget

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Appropriate tools to track all income and spending

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

• Lesson 6: Determine the growth of simple interest (I=prt) at various rates using digital tools

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Determine the growth of compound interest at various rates using digital tools

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Impact of interest on long-term financial planning

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: How consumers get more value for their money when spending

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Compare credit card companies and consumer contracts to determine the best value and the best choice

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Worksheet: Lessons 6-10

• 13

### Chapter 11: Data Literacy

• Lesson 1: Situations involving one-variable data (When is this type of data needed?)

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Mini Project: Lesson 1

• Worksheet: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Situations involving two-variable data (When is this type of data needed?)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Collect continuous data involving two variables and organize the data sets a table of values

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Select the type of graph best suited to represent various sets of data

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Create an infographic about a data set

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: The purposes and use of mean, mode and median

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Find the measures of central tendency (mean, median, mode, and modal class) from univariate empirical distributions through graphs and tables

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-7

• Lesson 8: Find the measures of spread (range, including consideration of outliers) from univariate empirical distributions through graphs and tables

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Lesson 9: Analyze and interpret scatter diagrams

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Worksheet: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Plot two variable data on a scatter diagrams

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Correlation vs causation (with and without outliers)

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lesson 11

• Worksheet: Lessons 8-11

• Lesson 12: Determine and draw line of best fit through the mean point

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lesson 12

• Lesson 13: Predict points using the line of best fit (interpolation and extrapolation)

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Worksheet: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: Analyze and interpret histograms

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: Analyze and interpret stem and leaf diagrams

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Analyse different sets of data (ideas include: ask and answering questions, challenging preconceived notions, and drawing conclusions, then make convincing arguments and informed decisions for graphs, including misleading graphs)

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Worksheet: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: How data can be manipulated (show real life examples)

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Apply statistics to describe a population

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Worksheet: Lessons 12-18

• 14

### Chapter 12: Location and Movement

• Lesson 1: Identify geometric properties of tessellating shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Identify the transformations that occur in examples of tessellations

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Describe, perform, and predict translations on a Cartesian plane

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Describe, perform, and predict reflections on a Cartesian plane

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Lesson 5: Describe, perform, and predict rotations on a Cartesian plane

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Describe, perform, and predict dilations on a Cartesian plane

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-6

• 15

### Chapter 13: The Metric System

• Lesson 1: Very large metric units - mega, giga, tera

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Very small metric units - micro, nano, pico

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Representing metric units using models, base ten relationships, and exponential notation

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-3

• 16

### Chapter 14: Lines and angles

• Lesson 1: Similar and congruent figures

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Similar triangles (equal corresponding angles and proportional corresponding sides)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Alternate and corresponding angles on parallel lines

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Derive and use the sum of angles in a triangle

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Problems involving angle properties (intersecting and parallel lines and of polygons)

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Angles of elevation and depression

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-6

• 17

### Chapter 15: Length, area, and volume

• Lesson 1: Calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes and composite shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 1

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

• Lesson 2: Circle definitions and properties (including: center, radius, chord, diameter, circumference)

• Quiz: Lesson 2

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

• Worksheet: Lesson 2

• Lesson 3: Circumference of a circle (2πr = πd)

• Quiz: Lesson 3

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

• Lesson 4: Area of a circle (πr²)

• Quiz: Lesson 4

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

• Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

• Lesson 5: Calculate area of 2D shapes and composite shapes

• Quiz: Lesson 5

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

• Lesson 6: Calculate surface area of regular solids

• Quiz: Lesson 6

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

• Lesson 7: Calculate volume of regular solids

• Quiz: Lesson 7

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

• Lesson 8: Views and nets of 3D objects

• Quiz: Lesson 8

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

• Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

• Lesson 9: Using scales to make objects and models

• Quiz: Lesson 9

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

• Lesson 10: Calculate lengths and areas using scale drawing

• Quiz: Lesson 10

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

• Lesson 11: Reproduce scale drawings at different ratios

• Quiz: Lesson 11

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

• Lesson 12: History behind the Pythagoras and the Pythagorean Theorem

• Quiz: Lesson 12

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

• Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

• Lesson 13: Determining whether a triangle is right-angled given the lengths of three sides

• Quiz: Lesson 13

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

• Lesson 14: 3D problems involving the Pythagorean Theorem

• Quiz: Lesson 14

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

• Lesson 15: What is trigonometry? (Understand sine, cosine and tangent ratios)

• Quiz: Lesson 15

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

• Lesson 16: Calculate unknown sides in right-angled triangles using one of the three trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine and tangent)

• Quiz: Lesson 16

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

• Lesson 17: Calculate the size of an angle in right-angled triangles using one of the three trigonometric ratios (sine, cosine and tangent)

• Quiz: Lesson 17

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

• Lesson 18: Compare lengths, areas and volumes using ratio notation

• Quiz: Lesson 18

• Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

• Worksheet: Lessons 13-18

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