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  • 01

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    • Mini Challenge: Lesson

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  • 04

    Chapter 1: Numbers

    • Lesson 1: Exploring the concept of infinity and limit, as they relate to number sets

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Operations with positive and negative fractions and mixed numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Understand unit fractions and their relationship to other fractional amounts

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Work interchangeably with terminating decimals and their corresponding fractions

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Express one quantity as a fraction of another, where the fraction is less than 1 or greater than 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Review: Percentage Change

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Review: Original Value Problems (percentage)

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Review: Rates, Percentage, Proportion

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 8b: Review: Rates, Percentage, Proportion

    • Quiz: Lesson 8b

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8b

    • Worksheets: Lesson 5-8

    • Lesson 9: Working with fractions in ratio word problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Change freely between related standard units (e.g. time, length, area, volume/capacity, mass) and compound units (e.g. speed, rates of pay, prices, density, pressure) in numerical contexts

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Using scale factors

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Similar Triangles: Comparing lengths between similar triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

    • Worksheet: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Similar Triangles: Comparing the areas of similar triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Worksheet: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Using integers to describe changes in location and direction

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lessons 13-14

  • 05

    Chapter 2: Exponents & Scientific Notation

    • Lesson 15: Exploring and comparing large numbers using scientific notation

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Lesson 16: Exploring and comparing very small numbers using scientific notation

    • Quiz: Lesson 16

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

    • Lesson 17: Evaluating Powers and simplifying numeric expressions

    • Quiz: Lesson 17

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

    • Lesson 18: Review: Exponent Laws/Index Laws without fractions and negatives

    • Quiz: Lesson 18

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

    • Lesson 19: Review: Exponent Laws/Index Laws including fractions and negatives

    • Quiz: Lesson 19

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

    • Lesson 20: Brackets and negative laws (reminder that (-3)^2 isn’t the same as -3^2)

    • Quiz: Lesson 20

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

    • Worksheet: Lessons 15-20

  • 06

    Chapter 3: Operations, Rounding, Surds, Irrational Numbers

    • Lesson 21: Complex Order of Operations with Brackets and Exponents

    • Quiz: Lesson 21

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

    • Lesson 22: Using appropriate forms of rounding to estimate results

    • Quiz: Lesson 22

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

    • Lesson 23: Unique Factorization Theorem

    • Quiz: Lesson 23

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 23

    • Lesson 24: Define: Rational vs. Irrational Numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 24

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 24

    • Lesson 25: Perform Operations with rational and irrational numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 25

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 25

    • Worksheet: Lessons 21-25

    • Lesson 26: Rationalize the denominator

    • Quiz: Lesson 26

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 26

    • Lesson 27: Simplifying surds

    • Quiz: Lesson 27

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 27

    • Lesson 28: Multiplying and dividing surds

    • Quiz: Lesson 28

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 28

    • Lesson 29: Solve absolute value equations

    • Quiz: Lesson 29

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 29

    • Lesson 30: Direct and Inverse Proportion

    • Quiz: Lesson 30

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 30

    • Worksheet: Lessons 26-30

  • 07

    Chapter 4: Sets

    • Lesson 32A: Sets

    • Quiz: Lesson 32A

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 32a

    • Lesson 32B: Set Terminology

    • Quiz: Lesson 32B

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 32b

    • Lesson 33A: Basic Set Notation

    • Quiz: Lesson 33A

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 33a

    • Lesson 33B: Set Builder Notation

    • Quiz: Lesson 33B

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 33b

    • Lesson 34: Set Operations

    • Quiz: Lesson 34

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 34

    • Lesson 35: Shading areas

    • Quiz: Lesson 35

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 35

    • Lesson 36: List and place elements in a set (up to 3 circles)

    • Quiz: Lesson 36

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 36

    • Lesson 37: Problem solving using sets

    • Quiz: Lesson 37

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 37

    • Worksheet: Lessons 32A-37

  • 08

    Chapter 5: Probability

    • Lesson 1: Review: Comparing Theoretical Probabilities to Experimental Probabilities

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 2: Review: Frequency Trees and Frequency Tables

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Calculating Probabilities from Frequency Trees and Frequency Tables

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Calculating Theoretical Probability of Combined Events

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Calculate Compound Events

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Calculate Probability from sets and Venn Diagrams

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Calculate probabilities with replacement

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Calculate probabilities without replacement

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

    • Lesson 9: Apply the property that the probabilities of an exhaustive set of mutually exclusive events sum to one

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Understand that empirical unbiased samples tend towards theoretical probability distributions, with increasing sample size

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Construct “probability spaces” for combined experiments with likely outcomes and use these to calculate theoretical probabilities

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-11

  • 09

    Chapter 6: Data Literacy and Statistics

    • Lesson 1: Review creating a survey (In the lesson focus on what makes a good survey)

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Properties of populations or distributions from a sample (In the lesson look at sampling techniques as well)

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Limitations of sampling

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Interpret and construct tables, charts and diagrams

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Review: appropriate measures of central tendency and spread

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

    • Lesson 6: Using a graphic display calculator (GDC)

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: What is an ogive?

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Finding the Q1, median and Q3 from a cumulative frequency curve and GDC

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Review: Compare, graph and interpret two sets of data from Box and whisker plots

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Lesson :10 Review: Draw and interpret stem and leaf diagrams

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lessons 6-10

    • Lesson 11: Find mean, median and mode from a stem and leaf

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Compare two sets of data on a stem and leaf diagram

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Create a scatter plot to represent the relationship between two variables

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Regression models and correlation

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Lesson 15: Validity, reliability, and representation of data

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Worksheet : Lessons 11-15

  • 10

    Chapter 7: Algebra

    • Lesson 1: Defining terms: variables, degree, number of terms, and coefficients, including the constant term

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Project: Lesson 1

    • Worksheet: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Review: Distributive Law

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Comparing algebraic expressions to one another to identify those that are equivalent

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Project: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Creating algebraic expressions from word problems

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Project: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Simplify algebraic expressions (use one medium example and one hard example)

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Project: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Review: Algebraic equations: Fractions, Decimals, and Negatives

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Project: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Solving equations and verifying their solutions (by plugging back into equation)

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Project: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Distributive Law on both sides of the equation and solve by collecting like terms

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Project: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: What is the difference between an equation and an identity?

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Project: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

  • 11

    Chapter 8: Patterning

    • Lesson 1: Review: Arithmetic Sequences

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Project: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Review: Geometric Sequences

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Project: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Review: Fibonacci Sequence

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Project: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Convert a given representation of a geometric sequence to another representation of the geometric sequence

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Project: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Determine whether a relationship is exponential or nonexponential based on a numerical sequence whose indices increase by a constant amount.

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Project: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Determine whether a relationship is exponential by analyzing a numerical, algebraic, or verbal representation.

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Project: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Generate terms of a sequence from either a term-to-term or a position-to term rule

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Project: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Recognize and use sequences of triangular, square and cube numbers

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Project: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

  • 12

    Chapter 9: Vectors

    • Lesson 1: Introduction to vectors

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Project: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Project: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Describing translations as 2D vectors

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Project: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Addition of vectors (by scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors)

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Project: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Subtraction of vectors

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Project: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Multiplication of vectors (by scalar, diagrammatic and column representations of vectors)

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Project: Lesson 6

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-6

  • 13

    Chapter 10: Financial Literacy

    • Lesson 1: Calculate simple interest

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Financial situations that involve appreciation and depreciation (in the lesson use associated graphs to answer related questions)

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Modifying budgets (in the lesson give an example budget and reflect specific changes in circumstances, and provide a rationale for the modifications)

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-3

  • 14

    Chapter 11: Linear Relations

    • Lesson 1: Comparing the shapes of graphs of linear and non-linear relations

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Deduce expressions to calculate the nth term of linear sequences

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Representing linear relations using graphs and equations

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Creating a graphical or numerical representation of a linear relationship given its constant rate of change

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Comparing two linear relations of the form y = ax + b graphically

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

  • 15

    Chapter 12: Linear Functions

    • Lesson 7: Using function notation to describe the relationship between an input–output pair of a function.

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Sketching and interpreting graphs of linear functions

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Problem solving with linear functions

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-9

    • Lesson 10: Translating, reflecting, and rotating lines defined by y = ax

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Determining the equations of lines from graphs of linear relations

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Determining the equations of lines from tables of values of linear relations

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Solving linear equations in one unknown

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Worksheet: Lessons 10-13

    • Lesson 14: Interpreting the solutions to a two-variable linear equation

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Lesson 15: Solving linear inequalities in one variable

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Lesson 16: Constructing representations of parallel or perpendicular lines.

    • Quiz: Lesson 16

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

    • Lesson 17: Interpreting a graphical representation of a piecewise linear function

    • Quiz: Lesson 17

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

    • Worksheet: Lessons 14-17

    • Lesson 18: Using a graph or tables of values to estimate the solution to a system of equations

    • Quiz: Lesson 18

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

    • Lesson 19: Determining the number of real solutions to a system of two linear equations

    • Quiz: Lesson 19

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

    • Lesson 20: Determine the point of intersection using substitution

    • Quiz: Lesson 20

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 20

    • Lesson 21: Determine the point of intersection using elimination

    • Quiz: Lesson 21

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 21

    • Worksheet: Lessons 18-21

  • 16

    Chapter 13: System of Linear Inequalities

    • Lesson 22: Using algebra to determine if an ordered pair is a solution to a system of linear inequalities

    • Quiz: Lesson 22

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 22

    • Lesson 23: Graphing systems of linear inequalities on a Cartesian Plane and shading in/out the region that is required

    • Quiz: Lesson 23

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 23

    • Lesson 24: Modeling a scenario with a system of linear inequalities

    • Quiz: Lesson 24

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 24

    • Worksheet: Lessons 22-24

  • 17

    Chapter 14: Expanding and Factoring

    • Lesson 1: Expanding vs. Factoring Introduction

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Common factoring

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Worksheet: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Common factoring by using 4 term expressions by grouping

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Factoring quadratic expressions (coefficient = 1)

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Factoring quadratic expressions (coefficient is not 1)

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-5

    • Lesson 6: Perfect squares (𝑎 +𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 +2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Worksheet: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: (𝑎 −𝑏) 2 = 𝑎 2 −2𝑎𝑏 + 𝑏 2

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Difference of squares 𝑎 2 − 𝑏 2 = (𝑎 + 𝑏)(𝑎 −𝑏)

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lesson 8

    • Lesson 9: Quadratic Formula ( Introduction and why we use it )

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: solving using the quadratic formula

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Solving using the quadratic formula

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Worksheet: Lessons 6-11

  • 18

    Chapter 15: Quadratic Functions

    • Lesson 1: What is a quadratic relation? (parabola, constant second differences, x^2)

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Worksheet: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Comparing quadratic and non-quadratic graphs and formulas

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Identify key characteristics of the graph of a quadratic function ( x intercepts, roots, zeroes, vertex/turning point, max/min)

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Worksheet: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Determine an algebraic rule for a quadratic function given a sufficient number of points from the graph

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Graphing quadratics on a cartesian plane

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Worksheet: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 5B Graphing quadratics using key points

    • Lesson 6: Calculating axis of symmetry

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Worksheet: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Vertex form and identifying the vertex of a parabola

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Factorized form and finding the roots

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lessons 5-8

    • Lesson 9: Describing the relationship between the algebraic and graphical representations of a quadratic equation

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Solving quadratic equations (review factoring [standard form to factored form], and then show how the answers are the roots/x intercepts on the graph)

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lesson 10

    • Lesson 11: Converting from vertex form to standard form

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Worksheet: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Converting from standard form to vertex form; completing the square

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-12

    • Lesson 13: Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Worksheet: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Determining the number of real solutions to a quadratic equation

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lesson 14

    • Lesson 15: Contextualizing Quadratics: Word problems, what do roots and max/min mean? (tossing a ball, etc.)

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Worksheet: Lesson 15

    • Lesson 16: Relate quadratics to find approximate solutions to problems such as simple kinematics problems involving distance, speed, and acceleration.

    • Quiz: Lesson 16

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

    • Worksheet: Lessons 13-16

  • 19

    Chapter 16: Exponential Functions

    • Lesson 1: Introduction to Exponential Functions

    • Quiz: Lesson 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Y = kx for positive values of k

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3: Calculating the growth or decay factor of an exponential relationship

    • Quiz: Lesson 3

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3

    • Lesson 4: Create graphical or numerical representations of an exponential function using the common growth or decay factor

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Lesson 5: Approximate input and output values of an exponential function using representations of the exponential function.

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Exponential Functions: compound interest

    • Quiz: Lesson 6

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Exponential Functions: Depreciation

    • Quiz: Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

  • 20

    Chapter 17: Geometric Properties and Constructions

    • Lesson 1: Review: Points, lines, vertices, edges, planes, parallel lines, perpendicular lines

    • Quiz: Lession 1

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2: Review: Angles at a point and on a straight line (In the lesson look specifically at corresponding angles & parallel lines, alternate angles & parallel lines, co-interior angles & parallel lines)

    • Quiz: Lesson 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 2

    • Lesson 3A: Compass constructions part 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 3A

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3a

    • Lesson 3B: Compass constructions part 2

    • Quiz: Lesson 3B

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 3b

    • Lesson 4: Identifying congruent and similar shapes (In the lesson include coordinate axes, by considering rotation, reflection, translation and enlargement and mention of fractional scale factors)

    • Quiz: Lesson 4

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lesson 4

    • Worksheet: Lessons 1-4

    • Lesson 5: Measuring line segments and angles in geometric figures (In the lesson you can include interpreting maps and scale drawings and use of bearings)

    • Quiz: Lesson 5

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 5

    • Lesson 6: Construct congruent and similar shapes

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 6

    • Worksheet: Lesson 6

    • Lesson 7: Basic congruence criteria for triangles (SSS, SAS, ASA, RHS)

    • Quiz : Lesson 7

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 7

    • Worksheet: Lesson 7

    • Lesson 8: Understanding proofs for similar triangles

    • Quiz: Lesson 8

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lesson 8

    • Worksheet: Lesson 5-8

  • 21

    Chapter 18: Trigonometry

    • Lesson 9: Review trigonometric ratios in right angled triangles (SOHCAHTOA) and finding angles in 2D figures

    • Quiz: Lesson 9

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 9

    • Worksheet: Lesson 9

    • Lesson 10: Identify Pythagorean triples

    • Quiz: Lesson 10

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 10

    • Worksheet: Lessons 9-10

  • 22

    Chapter 19: Measurement

    • Lesson 11: Review: Area and perimeter of basic shapes

    • Quiz: Lesson 11

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 11

    • Lesson 12: Review: Circle definitions and properties

    • Quiz: Lesson 12

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 12

    • Lesson 13: Review: Circumference and area of a circle

    • Quiz: Lesson 13

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 13

    • Lesson 14: Find the length of an arc

    • Quiz: Lesson 14

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 14

    • Worksheet: Lessons 11-14

    • Lesson 15: Find the perimeter of sectors

    • Quiz: Lesson 15

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 15

    • Lesson 16: Calculating surface area

    • Quiz: Lesson 16 part 1

    • Quiz: Lesson 16 part 2

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 16

    • Lesson 17: Calculating volume (In the lesson include cuboids, right prisms, cylinders, cones, spheres, pyramids, and composite solids)

    • Quiz: Lesson 17

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 17

    • Worksheet: Lesson 17

    • Lesson 18: Conversion of units of area, volume and capacity

    • Quiz: Lesson 18

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 18

    • Worksheet: Lesson 18

    • Lesson 19: Constructing and interpreting plans and elevations of 3D shapes (In the lesson include cubes, cuboids, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres)

    • Quiz: Lesson 19

    • Mini Challenge: Lesson 19

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Sandra (Grade 12)

“Explorer Math made SO MUCH SENSE! My grades are back up!”

Toronto, ON

Mathilda (Grade 12, IB Diploma)

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers to some common questions we are asked

  • What grade is this level for?

    This level is designed for kids ages 11-12 in Grades 6 and 7.

  • Is there any in-person teaching?

    Our programs have been designed to be completely self learn. No personal instruction is included at this time. We also do not think it is necessary to add personal instruction or tutors to our program.

  • How will I get feedback on my projects?

    Within 1 business day after you submit your project your will get 2 notifications. The first notification will let you know if your project has been approved, or not approved. The second notification will be an email from our team of instructors giving you comments on the project.

  • Who checks my worksheet?

    Worksheets are provided with the answer key. They range from easy to intermediate to hard questions and are designed for you to be able to complete it on your own.

  • Can you explain your currriculum?

    It doesn't matter what curriculum you followed, we have surpassed it! Our program includes all aspects of the following curriculums: Canada (Ontario & BC), British Curriculum, International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP) and Singapore National Curriculum.

The Perfect Math Program

There are several ways Explorer Math is the best math program for your child

  • Learn at your own pace

  • Fun interactive lessons

  • Curriculum that grows with you

  • Spend only 15 minutes a day

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