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**Published:**Jul 16, 2014

binder – organized and up to date dividers (to allow placement of all assessments in a separate section) pencils, eraser, ruler graph paper scientific calculator Assessment Methods All assessment tools are designed to measure the degree to which students are achieving curriculum outcomes expressed in our Provincial curriculum documents. Grade 9 math students will be assessed on outcomes included under the following units of study: First Term (Sept – Feb) – number sense and operation sense, probability, measurement & geometry Second Term (Feb – June) – polynomials, equations & inequalities, patterns & relations, data management Students demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways, including: daily class work, teacher observations, teacher – student conversations, individual and group problem solving activities, tests, exams, quizzes, assignments Number Sense & Operation Sense 35% Probability 5% Measurement & Geometry 15% Polynomials 10% Equations & Inequalities 15% Patterns & Relations 15% Data Management 5%

**Published:**Jul 16, 2014

**Published:**Jul 15, 2014

**Published:**Jul 15, 2014

Graphing Linear Relationships from an Equation Remember: you need 2 points to graph a line Examples: y = 1/2 x 3 Steps: 1. where does the line cross the y-axis? This will be (point #1) ex: b = 3 2. from the y-intercept (b), use the slope(m - rise/run) of the line to find other points. (rise 1,run 2 – point # 2, repeat, rise 1, run 2 – point # 3, …) Example: y = -2x Steps: 1 . “b” = 0 (y -intercept = 0) point # 1 2. to find point # 2, rise – 2, run 1 (m) repeat for more points

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

c) Starting at (0, -3) graph a line with a slope of 2 1 then fill in the table of values that would correspond with the graph. Equation: ____________ d) Starting at (0, -4) graph a line with a slope of - 3 1 then fill in the table of values that would correspond with the graph. Equation: ____________ x y 0 -3 x y 0 -4

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

How can you find the slope of two points without graphing? Find the slope of a line passing through the following points: A(1,2) and B(2,5) C(3,5) and D(6,6) E(10,15) and F(20,45) G(0,-4) and H(2,6) I(-2,-3) and J(0,1) K(2,3) and L(-1,-3) M(-1,-2) and N(-4,-5) O(3,-2) and P(-1,4) Q(-5,0) and R(-3,8)

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

Option 2: $0.01 for the first day that you work and then double the previous amount each day you work until the end of the month Day (x) Pay (y) 1 $0.01 2 $0.02 3 $0.04 4 $0.08 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Total Salary Pattern Observed:

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

Part C – Multiple Choice – Circle the correct response (10 pts) 1. Which linear equation is represented from this table of values? a) y = 0.5x 3.5 b) both (a) and (c) c) y = 2 1 x 3.5 d) y = 2x 3.5 2. Choose the correct graph for this equation: y = 2 3 x – 1 3. What quadrant is the ordered pair (1,-5) located in? a) I b) II c) III d) IV 4. The graph of which linear equation would run parallel to the graph of y = 3 1 x – 4? a) y = 3x – 4 b) y = - 3 1 x – 4 c) y = 3 1 x 7 d) y = 3x - 2 5. Which type of relationship has a multiplication pattern between consecutive y-values? a) Linear b) Quadratic c) Exponential d) Other x y 0 3.5 1 4.0 2 4.5 3 5.0 4 5.5

**Published:**Jul 14, 2014

**Published:**Jul 12, 2014